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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 January 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESixa MOBNING, JANUARY 30, 1878. XLY. CONGRESS. :FC.X2G-T7XuA.XI session. S EH ATE. Qnlte am Important Session Discus sion of tne Bland Silver Bill. Washington, Jan. 23. The greater part of the morning hoar was occupied in the presentation of petitions remonstrating against a reduction, of certain tariff duties and the restoration of the tax on tea and coffee, all of which were referred. Mr. Voorhees presented a petition of 1,200 citizens of Albany, N. Y., in favor of the remonetization of silver and the repeal of the special resumption act. Referred. The house bill to remove obstructions from the Mississippi, Missouri, Arkansas and Red rivers, was taken up and passed. Mr. Beck presented a petition of citizens of Kentucky in favor of the reduction of the tax on tobacco. Referred. Mr. "Wallace of Pennsylvania presented a petition of the tob icco dealers of that state remonstrating against any. change in the taxation of tobacco unless it be absolutely a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 January 1878

6 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUAIIY 30, 1878. mx Gr EST. Rpeechle sorrow sat with me, I was signing wearily I iAmp an 1 fire were out; therein Wildly beat the window pane. In the dark we heard a knock. And a hnd was on the lock; One in waiting spoke to me, Saying sweetly, . "Tam cotue to up witli thee!" All my room was dark and damp; "Sorrow," raid I,"trlm the lamp; IJgbt the fire noil cheer thy faoe; Set the guest chair In its place." And agin I beard the knock; In the dark I fonnd the look. Enter! I have turned the key! Enter, stranger! Who art come to 6up with me." Opening wide the door he came. But I coald not speak his name; In tne guest chair took his place, Bnt I could not see his face! When my cheerful fire was beaming, Woen my little lamp was gleaming, And the feast was spread for thcee, Lio ! my Master Was the guest that supped with me! ALL KORTJ. Bret Harte is said to have no conscience. A friend says that he would borrow his washerwoman's saving and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 January 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESriL- MORNING, JANUARY 30, 1878. TEXAS TOPICS. Interesting Description of a Visit , to the General Land Office at . Austin. A Wovel Specimen ef Arebltectnre How tbe Bovines Is Conducted Tb History of the Land Grants and Potent- . , Tb Way to Get llomeAtead. JSpecIal Correspondence of the Sentinel. ArsTiw, Jan. 18. In company with Mr. A. B. KU lough, a gallant Alabamian, we have visited many places of interest in this city, among others the general land office, and we take pleasure in acknowledging our indebtedness to him, as well as to Mr. Hatchins, for much of tbe valuable information embodied in this letter. With their generous and courteous essistance we are enabled to give you a description of mathematical exactness. The building known as the. general land office is a stately edifice occupying an elevated position 150 yards southeast of the capital, and its unique appearance attracts one's attention even before they know there's, anything remarka...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 January 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEIi, WEDNESDAY MOKNING, JANUARY 30 1878. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL MONEY AND THE MABKEIo. OmotoF THK Ixdiaapoms SBNTrKSL,) Tuesday Eveuiko, Jaa. 29, 1878. I The local money market during the entire week has besn only fairly active. The hank s as usual meet all demand of their regular customers, and first class commercial paper is being negotiatdd at per cent, though In somo Instances a higher and lower rate Is being paid. Transactions In eastern excnange are moderate, and counter sales are being made at the game rate that has ruled for some time past. ISPIA5AFOLI3 CLEARING HOTT8K. Clearings. Balances, Wednesday. January 2 f2'5,wX) 145,000 Thursday, January 3 ........... 20,000 Friday, January 4 . 255,000 Saturday, January 5 25 ,000 Monday, January 7...-... 220,000 Tuesday, January 8 200,000 Wednesday, January 8 Z,WX Thursday, Januaty 10 252,000 Friday, January 11 20,000 Saturday, January 12 250,000 Monday, January H 281,000 Tuesday. January 15. .... 2to,000 We...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 February 1878

VOL. XXVII NO 25. IXDIAXAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MOElSTKGl, FEBRUAtlY 6, 1878.. WHOLE NO. 21G. A STREET ARAB'S PRAYER. BY SARAH T. BOLTOJT. Two waifs upon tbe stream of time, Outcasts, without a homo or name; Born In the haunts of Bin and crime Heirs to a heritage of harne; Two wandering Arabs of the street, "With tattered clothes and bare, brown feet. One, crushed and mangled till the life Was slowly ebbing from his heart; The other, racked with fever's strife Beyond the healing power of art; Their pallid faces nestled there, Framed in a mass of tawny hair. One murmured, with a plaintive sign, "Say, Bobby, did you ever hear Of Jesus? Maybe when you die Hell come and take you up from here To heaven, and there you wont be poor, Nor cold, nor hungry any more. At mission school I heerd 'em say He goes about a-doing good, And, If you'd ask Him, night or day, ne'd come and help you all lie could. Who knows but He'll come round to-night And ydu would know Him, Bob, at sight." To," said the boy, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 February 1878

"THE .INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 6, 1878. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6. Receiver Jewett, of the Erie railroad, la in limbo on a charge of perjury. According to the belief of Napoleon , who eyer possessed Constantinople would govern the world. It is refreshing to hear republicans curse the Shylock Journal for its treason to the welfare of Indiana. They do not mince their words. . It is believed that the pope will soon be able to go about the palace with the aid of cratches. His physicians, notwithstanding his late severe illness, are very hopeful. Fkof. Chadbocbne, of Wilhams college, has an idea that a society for the suppression of useless knowledge is what the world need3 most. What if some of the prof essor's learned papers were to be suppressed? A bishop of the Northern Methodist church united with a bishop of the southern branch of that body in holding service in a colored Methodist church of Charleston, South Carolina. Brethren dwelling together in unity. Thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 February 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 6, 1878. lions soxg. BY H. W. LONGFXLLO'W. tr, stay at home, my heart, and rest; Home-keeping hearts are happiest; For those that wander, they know not where Aa full of trouble and full of care; To stay at home is the best. Weary and homesick and distressed. They wauder east, they wander west. And are battled and beaten and blown about By the winds of the wilderness of doubt; To stay at home is best. Then stay at home, my .heart, and rest; The bird is safest In its nest; O'er all that flutter ihelr wintrs and 11 A hawk la hovering In the sky ; To stay at home is best. Atlantic for February. ZEKE AND POLLY AT THE THEATER. "How much be you goin to tax us to go in?" said Zeke, as he and Polly stepped up to the box office at Robinson's the other night, just as the window was opened, for they bad come early to matte sure 01 getting all these was to be of tne snow. The scale of prices was explained by the ticket seller. "Crab cider a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 February 1878

THE iTOIASTA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY 'MORNING, FEBRUARY 6. 1878. 1 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6. POLITICAL ANÄOUÄCEÄEATS. STATE TICKET The name of MAIILON D MANSON, of Montgomery county, wtll be preaented before the democratic state convention lor the office of auditor ol state. PATRICK SHANNON, of Vigo county, will be a candidate before the democratic state con vention for the office of treasurer of state. JOHN J. COOPER, of Marlon county, will be a candidate lor the office of treasurer of täte before the democratic 8 tale convention. WILLIAM O. FOLEY, of Decatur county, will be a candidate for the office of treasurer of state before the democratic state convention, February 20, 1S78. Uli. a.. iJt,i'Xir.rwjri, oi uuuoiH county, -will be a candidate before the democratic btate convention for auditor of state. The name of J. M. LORD, of Marlon county, will be before the democratic state convention for the office of secretary of state. RILEY HOGS HI RE, ot Marion county. Is a candidate for...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 February 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. "WEDNESDAY MOENING, FEBRUARY 6, 1878. 5 FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Soil for Wheat. An oM farmer gives' his opinion in the Michigan Farmer as follows: 'From long observation I am more and more convinced that a loose, fnable bed for wheat is a mistake, and that compression or solidity m the soil is a necessity to prevent the failure of the root in taking hold of the .ground after sowing." . . Xeise a Poisos to Tics. The poisonous property of pork or other meat brines when fed to pigs is known to many, and years ago -was mentioned by the veterinarian Youatt. The Rural New Yorker, referring to the subject, says quite a Urge number of cases are on record in which some have died tn consequence of a mall quantity of brine having been mixed with their feed, under the impression that it would answer the same purpose, and be equally as beneficial as the admixture of a small quantity of salt; and where one case has proved fatal there are scores in which pigs have suffered ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 February 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL., WEDNESDAY MOHNING, FEBRUARY 6, 1878. 6 AS UNEQUAL GAME. A moment of loving and laughter, A jest an1 Ry pood-by. If you one short week after Forget, why may not 1? I To you but a moment's feeling, A touch and a tender tone; A wouiH thst knows no healing To ine who am left alone. A wound and an aching wonder That lightly you go fiom me, Tlat we must le kept asunder By the cold abiding sea. Blackwood's Magannc. STATE SEWS. There are 97 priests in the diocese of Fort "Wayne. Corn is selling along the Ohio river at from 35 to 37 Ja cents a bushel. A fatal disease has made its appearance among the horses at Fort Wayne. Wheat has sold higher in New Harmony Since January 1 than in Evansville. A sale of 10,000 bushels of wheat was made at Vincennes recently, 31 cents per bushel being the price received. 4 Bloomington Courier: The late cold snap did not check the growth ol the wheat in this section of the state. Many of the farmers in Clay county have lost their p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 February 1878

HE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 6, 1878. XLY. CONGRESS. KEQULAR SESSION. SENATE. . I Washington, Jan. 29. J Daring the morning Mr. Beck called upa resolution submitted by him last week, declaring It unnecessary or Inexpedient 'to maintain or impose taxes at this time for the purpose oi providing for the $37,100,015 01 asked for by the secretary ot the treasury for a sinking fund, and sppke in favor of passing the resolution. Mr. Deck said he introduced the . resolution for the purpose of obtaining the expression of the sense of the two bouses of congress upon what he considered to be the most important question now before congress, and that was how could taxation best be reduced so as to relieve the people from the oppression under which they labor, and at the same time meet the requirements of . the government. He read from the late report of the secretary of the treasury, showing that there would be a deficiency at the end of the next fiscal yeas of $11,433,0...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 February 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOBNING. FEBHUAHY 6, 187, 8 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL MONEY AXD THE MAHKEIS. Orncior the itia'!apoi.is sfnttiki Tcikday Evemxo, Feb. 5, 187. f Financial affairs have ruled quiet thronghoat the entire week. The business transacted at the banks has been fair, but not specially avctlve.and gilt-edged paper 1 being negotiated at 910 per cent., though in noma cases higher and lower rate Is being paid. Kastern Exchanfte rules steady, and counter sales are being made at 1-10 premium. INDIANAPOLIS CIXARIXJ IIOCSE. Clearings B lances. For the month of January ...Sö.si".1 f l,:9o,i Friday. February 1 Ikm.ic) 4i.(Ml Haturday, February 2 1s,ikj JU.ooo Monday, February 4 2J-I,U00 J57.UUO Commercial. This has been a very quiet week in all branches of trade, and prices have fluctuated lut little. The grocery market is steady and sugars are firm. Co fTee Is weak, and the tendency la downWard. There Is a fair amount of business being transacted in both fancy and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 February 1878

- w YOIi. XXVII NO 2G. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY" 13, 1878. WHOLE NO. 217. THE TERRIBLE TEST. F.LIZABETB 8. rnIT8. Separate upon the folded page Of myth or marvel, sail or Klan, The test, tbat gave the Lord to thee, And thee to us, O Galahad! "Found pure In deed and word and thought,' The creature of our dream and gness, The vision of the bntln thou art, The eidolon of holiness. Man with the power of the (Sod, Man with the weakneVs of men, "Whose lips the Sangreal leaned to feed. "Whose strength was as the strength of ten. "We read and smile; no man thou wast; No human pul-es thine could be; With downcast eyes we read and sign ; Bo terribie Is purity ! O fairest legend of the year. With folded wings, go, silently! O flower of knighthood, yield your place To One who comes frvia Galilee I To wounded feet that shrlnfe and bleed. But prefs and climb the narrow way, The same old way our own must step, 1'orever, yesterday, to-day. I'or soul can be what soul hath b?en, . An...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 February 1878

2 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MOHNING. FEBRUARY 13, 1878. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13. POLITICAL AN30UXCE11EATS. 8TATK TICKET. WILLIAM FLEMING, of Allen county, is a candidate fur the nomination of treasurer of state, auoject to the will of the democratic state convention. The name of MAIILON D MANSON, of Montgomery county, will be presented before the democratic state convention for the office ot anal tor ot täte. PATRICK SHANNON, of Vigo county, will be a c andidate before the democratic slate convention for the office of treasurer of state. JOHN J. COOPER, of Marion county, will be a candidate fur the otlicu of treasurer of täte betöre the democratic state conventluu. WILLIAM O. FOLEY, of Decatur county, Will be a candidate for tne office of treasurer of state before the democratic stale convention, February 2U, 17S. DR. E. STEPHENSON, of Dubois county, will be a cau-iidate before the democratic state convention for treasurer of state. The name of J. M. LOUD, of Marion coun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 February 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1878. GRACE, MERCY AND PEACE. Yhs 3r Policy of the Journal A ReVir of tbe Gillooly ce. !To the E'ltor of the Sentinel: Sir I desire first of all to express to you the heartfelt gratitude of our people for your able and fearless defense of their interest, your early, continued and unswerving fidelity to the interests of the oppressed everywhere, and your terrible and effective lampooning of the money changers prior to their exit from "the temple of liberty." Accept the gratitude of a people who, but for your bold defense, your words of cheer and defiant attitude, would no doubt ere this, many of them, have yielded in despair, and now that the clouds are veering to the east and the western sky is brightening, let it not be forgotten that in the darkest hour the Sentinel stood by the people and openly defied the money kings, their abettors, "the llesh and the devil." Cut what can be said for your contemporary, the Journal? Mus...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 February 1878

THE INDIANA STATE STTItfEL, WEDNESDAY MÖHNIXG, FEBRUARY 13, 1878. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13. Tbk litest news is that J. Madison Wells will "develop" if he is not protected. The public 'want the perjurer and scoundrel to ''develop." Tk B. IIayks' right to sign a patent for the conveyance of land has been refused n ac: cdant of doubts as to fcis title to the office viiich he obtained by fraud and perjwy. TuESitylock orgamare exceedrwslv am ions foe Hayes to use his veto power. These monarchical emissaries can't betr Ithe idea that in thratountry the people aw sovereign. It -should be understood thtt two of the moct prominent japera ia the country that are now apposing the will cf the American people rae owned and controlled by British projects. ' TrE'whippirg post will undoubtedly soon j toe estt blishei in Kcntuy. Whipping will then be thf punishment for larcvny, wife "beating and oii nor offenses. A majority of 'the white prople of the entire state are in .'favor of the proposition, an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 February 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MOBNINGU FEBHUAHY 13, 1878. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. The Best Vegetables. A judicious self ction of seed lies at the very foundation of all success. For this reason the safe rule is for each one to cultivata only such varieties &3 have proved successful in thfe sain soil and climate. But to adhere rigidly to this rule would exclude all the newt f and more improved varieties. It ? dpsirahle. therefore, to experiment with new varieties to a moderate extent while retaining the old reliable sorts for the 'uiaija crops. The experience of others in thiäfort of experimenting is available to acer'.aii extent, and saves many vexitious failures. Peter Henderson writes to the Agriculturalist the result of trials made in 1877, which is so valuable that we reproduce it entire, premising that each one of ou-- readers will keep in mind the difference b atween his own soil and climate and that A. eastern .New Jersey: For a number of years, past we have ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 February 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MÖ11NING. FEBEUAltY 13. 1878. G TO-MORROW. The setting Run. with dying beams, Had waked the purple bill to Are, And citadel and doom and spire "Were glUUd by the far-off gieam; And In and out dark pine trees crept Full many a slender Hue rf gold; Gold mntH athwart the river swept. And kissed It b It onward lolled; And sunlight lingered, loth to go, Ah! well, it causeth sorrow To pait from those we love below; And yet the snn as bright shall glo'f To-morrow ! The tide was ebbinsr on the strand. And stooping low its silver crest; The crimson seaweed lay at rest Upon the amber ribbed sand; Dahed o'er the jocks and on the shore Fluni? parting wreaths of pearly spray, Then lieu awa ; yet turned once more And sent a sltcht across the bay, .As though it could l.ot bear to go. Ab! well, it causeth sorrow To p;rt with those we love below. Yet thitherward the tide shall flow To-morrow ! Two hearts have met to say farewell Ate -en when the sun went down; E...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 February 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 13, 1878. XLV. CONGRESS. REGULAR SESSION. SENATE. "WAsinxGTox, Feb. C. Mr. Thurman argued that silver and gold had been the metallic money of the world for thousands of years. They were also the money of the constitution. They were the metallic money of the colonies, and afterward of the United States, from the declara tion of independence until silver was. demonetized cy a mistake, aui without the knowledge of the people or congresa. cr by enactment of revised statutes in 1874. Both metals are suited to perform the functions of money, and silver Ooes perform that function atnig a large .ijority of the human race. Silver; is especially stilted for small transactions, and may, therefore, be properly -exiled the rsaney of the people in humble circumstances. It follows that the burthen of proof rests on those who in&ist that silxer should be demonetized. It is argned that to rehabilitate the dollar of 412? grains woul...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 February 1878

8 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY M0HN1NG, FEERUAllY 13, 1878. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL MONET AND THE MARKETS. OmcKor thb Indianapolis Sentinel,) TftSPAY Evesixö, Feb. 12, 178. The local money mart et underwent no changes of importance to-day. A fair amount of business was transacted at the banks, and Strictly gilt edge paper was negotiated at PQ10 percent., though In some Instances a higher and lower rate Is being paid. Eastern exchange Is In moderate demand, aud sales across the counter are being made at 1-10 pxemlnni. INDIANAPOLIS CLEARING HOUSE. Clearings Balances. For the month of January ...S-jAlS!! 8t,:90,(rO Friday. February 1 - Iss.Ofl 46,0") Saturday, February 2 lHj.UiO 33,000 Monduv, February 4 2'4,o)0 37,txx) Tuesday, February 5 bis ,0)0 47.0W) Wednesday, February 6 lt2.ou 3-Ujoo Thursday, February 7 . 1-S.KO Mi, Friday. February 8 117,000 32.000 Saturday, February 180,000 , 87,0J Commercial. Business dur.ng the week closing with this evening has been only moderate...

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