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

THte INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH G, 1878. DEMOCRATIC DOCTRINE.. Tha Platform of the Party Adopted at the State Convention. J. Clear and FneqnlvocM Enunciation of Principle Sentiments Wnlcb th Mam Will Imlorae. . Tbe democracy of the stale of Indiana assembled in UeU gate convention declare: That rational bank notes shall be retired, and in lieu tLereof tbere shall be issued by the eoverntnent an eual amount of treasury notes with fill lpal tender quality. That we are in favor or making the United State notes, commonly called greenbacks, a full legal tender in payment of all debts, public and private, exopt snch obligations only as are by the terms of the original contracts under which they were issued, exprestly payable in coin. That the right to ioue paper money as well as coin is the exclusive prerogative of the government, and such money ehouM bo iened in such amounts as the Bound business interests of the country may from time to time require. We are in favo...

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

THE INDIAXA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAllCII G, 1878. G THE OERMAX. Albert Jellington de Tons Could dance with eas the whole night long. Jler parents found this hard to bear, But that la neither here nor there. Fhe lived to dance ; it is no slur To say the wait was nuts to her. She beat at Germans all to grass The daughter of llerodlas. Howadjl Eunnco Ramcbarnunder llehcl 1 her danc with pagan wonder. Haid he "rhe German must te caught lire I return to Juggernaut." It really would be quite the cheese To learn to circulate with eae Anion th maidens of Fombay ln such a fascinating way." He gained the side or Miss de Tonz, And wild, "I've watched you dancing long; I've vi wed from near, I've scanned from far, To me the German's cavalre." "I'd lilre to täte It back with me "When I return to Bengalee. The secret ot the dance impart." aid Miss di Tong, "With all my heart." Rhe made him send a cholee bouquet, Ktio taught him lots of stufftosay, Hue had him whirled from ten to fou...

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

THE INDIAKA STATE SENTTNTELi, "WEDNESDA1T MORNING, MARGIT G, 1878. I) XLY. COXGKESS. REGULAR SESSION. SENATE. "WAsnisoTOX, Feb. 23. At 3:10 p. m. a message was received from the house of representatives announcing that that body had passed the bill authorizing the coinage of the standard silver dollar and to restore its legal tender character, notwithstanding the objections of the president thereto. ... Mr. Hamlin said he was of the opinion that" itwai of vastly more importance to dispose of the silver "bill than to proceed wita the consideration of the pending bill. For the purpose of testing the sense of the senate, he moved that the pending bill In regard to holding court in Mississippi be laid on the table. Agreed to yeas, 44; nav. 1 . Tae President pro tem. The chair lays before the senate the bill to authorize the coinage of the standard silver dollar and to restore its legal tender charact?r, which has been sent to the senate by the house of representatives, with the objectio...

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

THE INDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOUSING, MAT&CII G, 1878. FINANCIAL AND COHFJERCIAL UOSIIT AND THE MAKKKTS. Omer or Tim I?ttianapoi.is Rkttixki,) Tuesday Kvkm.vo, Muirli I . The local money market bus been unusually oulct during the rt week. There boa been bat a small amount of paper negotiated, ami ibis has been at S-It) per cent. Eastern exchange is in moderate request, ml transactions are being nmd at 1-10 premium. rNWA.NA.rOIJS CXXAKINO IIOCSE. Clearings Balances. For the menth of Jannary...?j.5l.".,uuo Jl, s,. For the mcith of February... ;:,", J;'.' ' w Vn.lT. Mreh I. . lHli.urt It 000 Hatuidav, MarcU3 Siti. Moauay, March 4 Jli.Wd Sl.ouu ('mnifrrial. There hat been a fair amount of business transacted in the general markets during the week closing vith this evoningand price have undergone but fW changes f necial Im portanoe. The provbion market Ls dull, and prlc-sare a Ii ade lower. The flour market Is reported dull and nn changed. There is but little (loins ...

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

VOL,. XXVII NO 30. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAIiCII i3 1878. WHOLE NO. 221, 7 THE FLIGHT OF THE SWALLOWS. W. 0. EE5SETT. Arontul the old minster the swallows are nySoon into white winter the year willbedying; goon, soon the ehill winds through the boughs will be slclilng. And ice will be here; Soutn. sontn are the sonimer and happy birds singing, . And sunshine, that only here sprm; will be bringing. . &o the wise swallows gather In flocks for their winging To warm climes so dear. Are they twittering and chattering of bright davit departed? Of de!tr"happy nest homes from which they have started? How they wheel, as if exiled, they lingered, sad hearted. Their known eaVes to leave; .And why should they thus fetay the moment ot starting? , . Why so seem to loathe from gray skies to be partinx? . Think they of the happy hours here they spent, darting Through many a red eve? Do birds, like to men, hover 'round parted pleasure? Has the past it dear memories,to bird tho...

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

2 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MASCH 13, 1878. WEDNESDAY, MAKCII 13. the democratic party vs. the Radical, pabtt. The times are eminently auspicious for making comparisons between the democratic party and the radical party. In the fall orbed light of recent and current events the task is not a difficult one, and we enter upon it not only without hesitancy, but with real gusto. The radical party is the only party in this or any other country that has risen to the supreme infamy of a national thief party. Such is the verdict of the people, from which there is no escape. It has been oar journalistic duty from time to time to exhibit the radical party before the state and country, and bring into the boldest prominence its inherent depravity. We are entirely satisfied with results. The dethronement of the party Is Virtually accomplished. Its exile from zxwer is inevitable. In this hour of congratulations at the downfall of thieves; of the humiliation and disgrace of pub...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOBNING, MA1CT 13, 1878. JLK ASTK0X03IICAL TÜZZLE. A Moon Which Rises in tfcs West X Hew Theory to Account for the Ex IrMrdiiair Speed of the Inner Hooo of Hun. iNew York Tribune. "Washisgtox, March 5. rrofes-or Asaph Hall, the discoverer of the . inoons of Mars, has for some time been interested in a theory suggested by Professor M. II. Doolittle. of the coast survey, explanatory of the peculiarity in the revolution of the inner satellite, which makes its journey about the planet in a shorter space of time than that occupied by the planet in revolving upon its axes. As is is well understood this fact presents an anomaly in astronomical science. Last Saturday night Professor Doolittle explained the full details of his theory before the philosophical society of this city. . His paper attracted marked attention from the members of the society. The observed periodic time of the inner moon of Mars around its primary is a fraction over seven hours. T...

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

THE 1XDIAXA STATE SElrrOTilL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH X3 1878. Elys JpgtttxttJC-l WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET TOR For Secretary of State, J. G. SHANKLIN'of Vanderburgh County For Auditor of State, MAHLON D. MANSON of Montgomery Co. For Treasurer of State, WILLIAM FLEMING of Allen County. For Attorney General, THOMAS W- WOOLLEN of Johnson County. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, J. II. SMART of Allen County. POLITICAL ASNOCSCEJtESTS. CCCXTY TICKET. SAMUEL B. CORI1ALEY will b a candidate for the office of nu'iltoror Marlon cent my, abjeet to the democratic convention. SAMUEL BECK will be a candidate for ouaty treasurer, subject to tli dwi&lon of tlie democratic county convention, CORYDON R. SHIHER, a resident of Warren township lor ovr 39 years, will be a an--dldata before the democratic convention of Mai ion county for the otficeof sheriil. . R. J. CONNER will be a candidate for the nomination of clerfc, subject to the decision f the democratic ...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTQTEL, WEDNESDAY MORKRTG. MARCH 13, 1878. o again a candidate in 1S70 against General Lew Wallace, and defeated him by about 40) majori ty. lie has been chairman ot the democratic state central committe for the last four years. H05. W. F. FLEXIKQ. Sullivan True Democracy. William Fleming, of Allen county, the nominee for treasurer of state, is in every sense o the word a sagacious politician and a man of the closest and most exact organizing elements of character in the state. lie is a lifelong democrat and one of the leading basiness men of the northeastern portion of Indiana. Lewisvllle Democrat.! The Hon. William Fleming, the candidate for treasurer, was born in Ireland, and is 49 year old. lie has resided In Allen county for 30 years. During a great part of this time he has been the leader of the democrats in Allen county, and is a powerful worker and a grand organizer, and adds a tower of strength to the ticket. Huntington Democrat. William Fleming, nominee...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. ."WEDNESDAY MOENING, MARCH 13, 1878. TOUR MISSION. If yon fan rot on the oceaa sail among tbe swiftest fiet, ... Bockin on the mighty billows, laughing at tbe Horm you meet. Ton can uttnJ anions; the tailors anchored yet wlthtn tho buy. Too. can iid a band to help them as they launch their boat away. If you are too weak to Journey up the mountain te p and high, . Toa can stand witnin the valley an the multitudes go by . " You can chant In happy measure as tney nl-twly pa along; Though tliey may folget the Inger, they will not folget the soug. If yoa can not In the conflict J rove yourself a wnrrl r true. . If, when tire und smoke are thickest, then? a no work for you to doWhen the battle field U silent, you can go with R- ntle t J, You can hear a way th wounded, you can cover upthodead. If yoa ctn not In the harvest garner up the richest heaves. If any a grain botn ripe and golden, which the carelo- rvper leave. Ton c;in nlt?i among the briers growing rau...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MABCH 13, 1878. FCBDUE UNIVERSITY. "Jefferson" Givey an Interesting Sketch of This Institution of Learning. It OrlKtn awl location A Description of Ib Edifice and tbe Various Iepartments The Faculty and the Literary Societies. ISpeclal Correspondence of the Sentinel. Lafayette, Ind.. Marrh 7. A sketch of this institution wL'l doubtless be read with interest by the traders of the Sentinel. Being the youngest in the family of oar state colleges it is not so well knewn as most of the others, though in the simple title of Purdue university it is already recognized as one of the rising institutions of the land. Its broad foundations have been laid, its system of financial sustenance is fixed, and it has started out ;n its educational career with as much promise and with as auspicious prospects as any one of our state institutions. ITS ORIUIX. An appropriation made by congress some 10 years ago to establish an agricultural college gave a larg...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; WEDNESDAY MOltXIKG, MAEOH 13, 1878., 8 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL MONEY AND TUE MABKEIS. OmCior TDK INDIANAPOLIS gESTrNIL,! . TUESDAY EVESIG, Match 12, 1S7S. I The local money market baa been very tiu'iet during the entire week. The banks are doing a fair amount of business, but there ban bitva but little paier negotiated, either at the banks or in the open market, and ratevof interest were steaJy at 810 per cent. Kastern exchange rules quiet hut steady, transactions across the counter being made t 1-1 premium. " INDIANAPOLIS CLEARING HOUSE. Clearing. Balance. for the month of Jnnarv...8ö.51.i.l)0 tl,t).liü Kor the ruojtti or ebruary . ,,.... !T,0OO 4 UM ttfiU SI St f.UOI ;7.i CO Sl.( 71,W Friday. March 1. ....... Saturday, March 2 Moaitay, March Tiu-nly, Mur li 5 Wednesday, March ... Thursday, March 7. Friday, March X... H-tnrday, Match ! Monday, March 11 ...... LV6.1W l;,M 2n,io 1 :-,) UM JU,(I 0 Commercial. From the amount of bUHiUfR.s, done in the gener...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 March 1878

mm vol. xxyn NO 31. IOTIAXAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 20, 1878. WHOLE NO. 222. 4 V VANQUISH EI. KYkD. CTXXINGd. What time rude WlJter, wielding forceful sway, l'suri the milder kingdom of Ihn Spring, Half recognizing beauty's snbtie iowcr, ' He, gentler grown, breaks forth la blo?sonii ing. Then, 'neath the fhlry fingers of the frost, Grow pare, pale forms of 'ferns and mosses rare, Of lace-llke seaweed and of nodding seed Of ghostly firs on mountains grim and bare. Along the rocks a fringe of crystals clear Gives buck the light in hues like Iris bow, And all earth's imperfections lie concealed Beneath the star gemmed mantle of the snow. Ooe to the warm heart of her mother, earth, 'Mid all tier elfln train spring, nestling lies, And till the sun, her ardent wooer, calls, Each busy fay his skillful finders plies. And scares hath vanished from the rough hillside The gathered drift, where, striving first to bear From out the mould his handiwork, appears Each elf; and sweet voiced ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 March 1878

THE IDtAjtfA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOBNINGK MAECE 20, 1878. WEDNESDAY, MAUC1I 20. A ft ate board of immigration has been appointed in Mississippi. . Greatly to their chagrin aud disappoint- i ment women will not be allowed to practice 1 law in California. Ladt Dvrrzmx iscalled the "Little Quen" by the C-Uidians. And that's the. rf a?ot. Victoria ordered '-my lord" back, to England. ' Josrrn . Cook lectured on 'Heir and 'Marria. Without Love"' last Monday in Jloston. An admirable collection of kindred topics. Tire ' congregations of two Presbyterian harthes oC Albany, X. Y., have sert $öi" to the relief fond fur the benefit of the Chinese sufferers ty famine. Iowa 5ias coturuenced repenting its humanitarian theories t'oout punishment fee murdar, and grants ta exchange the halter "for the penitentiary. ' ' A OKfmoi k man lit ed to be a hundred years old, and ha never touched a dose of medicine. ' Somebody persuaded him to take some kerb tea, and be only lived ten years after. Tub ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 March 1878

THE INDIANA OTATE SENDTEL, WEDNESDAY MÖKNIXG. MAltÖH 20, 1878. r A HAUNTED TOWN. Tha Presbyterian Ghost" That Walketh in Darkne33 on a Logansport Thoroughfare. A Wraith tkt C'ttnriVt,nrn, X r: -bj.eriaa una Klntk Alarm Ilell It I Kapposcd I lKff Nplr.t or n nnt - lereil ludiaa. Special Correspondence of the Sentinel J LotiAXsPoRT, Ind.,'Marc"a 11. Every spring brings m a g'-iost a real visible ghost, seen stalkU'S through our streets, at the solemn hour of midnight,. und this one has proved no exceptioa. For several years past during the latter part of winter and at the approach of pprins a spirit or ghost, or soma other unsightly thiD. havir.g the fear of no law in ita eyes, has been seen on our streets during tue late hours of night. One night last week one of our prominent citizens had occasion to pass np Broadway street on Lis way home, arni when n?ar the Presbyterian cbuch this ghost, like that cf Dinquo. appeared immediately before him, dressed in black, and raising ita arms a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 March 1878

4 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 20, 1878. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2. CÄttfJKATIC STATE TICKET- TOR v 1STH. i For Secretary of .ate, SHANKLIN of Vanderburgh County For Auditor f State, IILON V. MANSON of Montgomery Co. For Treasurer of State, WILLIAM FLMIN of Allen County.' For Attorney General, tnOMAS W. WOOLLEN of Johnson County. For Superintendent f Public Instruction, J, H. SMART of Alien county. POLITICAL ASNOl'XCEMESTS. COO'TY TICKET. VOOP i. TOUSF.Y will be a candidate for tdierirt", suoject to the decision of the democratic ötuvention. DR. c. II. BUELLwlll be a candidate for Sheriff of Marion county, subject to tbe deciolon ef tbe democratic nominating convention, 4 on the one term principle." SAMUEL E. CORHALEV will be a caudlelate tr the otUeo of auditor of Marion county, Bubjrit to the democratic convention. SAMUEL BECK will be a candidate for ounty treasurer, subject to the decision of the teucratic county convention. CORYDON R. BIHMER, a resident of Warr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 March 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOENING, MARCH 20, 1878. 5 FARM AND HOME. Ct cumbers. For early spring use, w in hot beds, leaving three plants in cm hill 1o each eash. For general crop, sow m May cr beginning of Jane, after the ground has lecome warm, m very rich soil, in hills four to five 'feet apart each way, elevating the hills a little above the' ground. Put eight weds in each hill; having burned some n arm, half rotted manure therein, cover half an inch deep with fine soil and liirhtly press the earth over the seeds with the back -cf a 'coo. Keep the ground loose and clear of weeds; in dry weather water occasionally. Thin oat, leaving four thrifty plants in each bill, when insect danger is past. Sprinkle vines with plaster, soot or air slacked lime to protect from insects. A warm location is sost suitable. Cklert. Sow seeds in hot bed?, or very early in the open ground, half an inch deep, in drills one foot apart. Transplant when three inches high into rich soil, finely...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 March 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MOUSING, MAHOH 20, 1878. JTJLKC I1K MT I-' LI-, LOVED ONE. BT WILLIAM nOWITT. JNew Vor Tost, Pth. The following verse were written liy William IIowl t on the h-'Ali anniversary of Iiis' birthday, In loving n eniory of Margaret F. Foley, an American sculptress, who die-1, at Meran, Intbe Tyrol, December 7, 177. Miss Fol'jy whs a nn-mlx-r of the Howitt hou.- hold, and vas rnosttendet ly cared for by the family duxingb rla.si. illness. The verses, have not appeared before In any newspaper. ßy the sound of strange waters, in strange earth laid her. . Far nwav froni ihe ldud of her birth aud her t ri'nds ! And strange were thvhands to her rest which conveyed her Cat what lecfc it where mortality ends? And oh! she wan weary! so worn, wcurj. hearted! Weary in spirit und wfftry in brain! Fain to depart, but not lo bo parted From tb Jr. ends that slie clung lo In pleasure and pain. , . H we laid her to re-t where a gathered l:tnd Of the pilgrims of nifi....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 March 1878

THE INDIAN STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING MARCH 20, 1878. THE EUROPEAN CRISIS Tha Position of the Powers Regarding Affairs in the East The Probable Terms or Settlement Tbc Treaty t b Made at Km! en IIa- i den Constantinople to te t Free, City IlisiMnrcJCt Pol ley. (Foreign Correspondence of ,jie SenUnel.l 13khii, Feb. 19. The cri-,(S jn Kiirope depends at present upon the crooked an inexhaustible ways of our diplomats and strategists. Unlike any Other country, and even more !miortant than at any other period, are the discutons regarding the orient. With the bd fret dring everybody in the face, and th. mere energetic attitude of ilUSiia iß her progress, it is conclusive that the gradual cnUmnation of her policy not tnly startled Ungland, but also aroused the pcupieion of Xm remaining lions, and at last prompte. Bismarck from bia residence at Varzm V throw olT his coat of Indillcreuce and e-jpY the arena of debaters. It is perfect) y clear that the policy of llussia is not a r.c we...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 March 1878

8 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MOIiNlNG, MAECJI 20, 18? 8. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL MOSEY A.SD THE MARKETS. OrriCKor mi Indianapolis SrNTrset,! Tuesday Evk.ni.ng, March VJ, rrti. f The money market during the week closing with J hin e enicg ha been a very quiet one. There has been but little doing in the way of negotiating paper, either at the banks or lu the open market, and the ruling ritte of Interest is lö per cent., but In Home eases atrlctly gilt edge paper Is being taken at Sa it tent. There U an active demand reported fjr eastern exchange, and the banks are bying at jar and selling at l-10Jg premium. INDIANAPOLIS CLKAK IN Q HOUSE. "Clearings Balances. For the month of January..3,5r,0O0 f l.iWU.tfiO For the ino:tb of February... .hO-Vrll J(7,MNI ! tf rutty, ai irch I liÜUJUO 4JIKXI ! hatnrday, March 2 &6.U0U 4 i,iw Monday, March 4.......... I'LVoiW 51.WJ0 . Tuesday, Mar. h ä litJ.UOO 54.0U0 i Weaiu.-sluy. March 6 V1:2,iiOO a7,Ul ; Thurschiv, March 7 2J.s...

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