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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 March 1878

. - VOL. XXVII NO 32. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY: MORNING, MARCH 27, 1878. WHOLE NO. 22; 1" THE LEGEND OF ST. SOPHIA. I Atlantic Monthly. I "When the fierce MosK-ms stormed the town. They sacked Byzantium up and down; Not even Saint i-oph'a stayed Their cruel, all cestroyin? raid. The aacred walls no shelter fcve; They rode their chargers up the nave, Trampling down with iron hoof The people gathered under it roof, And yet. In spite of startled cry, Theshoutof angry foemen niKh, . The ring of the coiiHeorafc-d Ktones 'Neath the horses' teet, the dying moans. The priest, who at the altar tuere Had just begun to ehant his prayer, ills prayer, unbroken, chanted on, I.'nnioved in either look or tone; In voice so tranquil, solemn, clear. With never a sha-te of haste or fear,, lie said the holy Catholic mass. When closer still the horde drew near, He seemed neither to see nor hear, Until they prensed at left and riant And quenched the candles in his sight ; And then he turned to where was sp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 March 1878

THE. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; WEDNESDAY MOHNING, MARCH 27, 1878. CV p , ' . m t &JttiXl$k WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27. I'lLri THE NlSTH left nearly $25,000,000. . . In gold and notes Pkke-or Tick predicts 1'repare for rain .then. a dry summer. . To kr are iu the United States, by carelul enumeration, 2.f),0(0 Hebrews. . The first blessing given by the new tope was conferred oq a Protestant gentleman from Horton. . Tue legislature of Iowa has appropriated $1,500 to a man who served four years in the penitentiary unjustly. It ought to have been ?lr,0.). England has commenced suppressing newspapers in India. Tbe natives have commenced talking altogether too plainly to unit John CulL To how the'great depression of business in Washington city, a correspondent writing from there says there are .at present l,iO0 eligibly situated vacant houses. As estate valued at $100,000 is waiting at Philadelphia for heirs to come and claim it. Mr. Jones and Mary Keen are advertised as the ones most ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 March 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNINtt, MAltCII 27, 1878, LEFT ALONE AT EIGHTY. "What did you say, dear breakfast? Somehow I've si pt too late; You are very kind, dear Efhe io tell them not to wait. I'll dress an quick as ever I can ; My old hands tremble sore, And Polly, who use to help, dear heart ! Lies t'other side 9' the door. rut up the old pipe, deary I couldn't smoke to-day; I'm sort of dazed and frizhtent-d, And don't know what to nay. It's lonesome lu the house, here, And lonesome out o'door I never kne.w what lonesome meant, In all my life before. The bee go hummln?, the whole day long, And the flrxt June rose has blown, And 1 am eighty, dear Ixrd, to-day Too old to be lelt alone ! ' . 0 heart of love ! 0 still and cold ! O precious lip, so white! For the first sstd hours in sixty years. You were out of my reach last nlsjht. . You've cut the flower. You're very kind. Bhe rooted It last May : Jtwas only a Klip; I pulled the rose, And threw the stem away; But she, s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 March 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNIN& MARCH 27, 1878, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27. Tun fool Shylock organs, of which the Chicago Times occupies an. advanced position, arc still banging away at the silver dollar and quoting John Sherman's nonsense. J. Madisox WELixlemands that Anderson, the convicted felon, shall be made collector ol the port of New Orleans and it is believed that Hayes will be compelled to grant the request. The V.mperor William was ..eighty-one years old on Friday. Heia extraordinarily hale and strong, end attends an entertainment every night and attends to business during the entire day. MrR-.EPt', the young queen of Spain "loves (the English Iangusgo and studies Lorgfellow's poems with great perseverance. Hhe will do much to increase her husband's popularity at home and abroad. , II ay ks und his wife will spend a portion of tbe summer season on the White mountains. We do not want him to fall 'over a precipice and. break his neck, for in that case Whe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 March 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MOIINING, LjCII 27, 1878. F0RTY.FIFT1I CONGRESS. REQULAK SESSION. SENATE. r Washington, March 23. Mr. Wallace submitted an amendment to the bouse bill .to repeal the specie resumption act, which provides: ' Tn.it orfand afte." July 1, NTS. United States leal tender notes a.hnll be receivable lor ail deut and dues, both public and private; that any national banking association hereatter orcrabi.td.or any national banting association now in existence w hich may desire to Increase its circulation khall deliver tu the secretary of the treasury for cancellation any of the nonets of the United States, payable within 10 years and bearing 6 per cent, interest, and shall receive in exchange therefor legal tender notes ol the United Mates to the amount of the nominal value of such bonds, which said bond hall be treated as part t the sinking fund and recorded and destroyed under the existing laws, but the whole amount of legal tender notes issued for this...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 March 1878

THE IXDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 27, 1878. G IX SCHOOL DATS. BY JOIIN O. WniTTIER. Still sits the school houso by the road, . A ra?t;6d beenar sunning; Arountt rt Mill the sumaichs Strew. And bUcliberry vines are runnin . "Within, the master's desk I. seen, IXf pscarral with raps oincial; The warpin floor, the battVred st-at, The jacknife 's carved Initial. The charcoalrescoes on it's walls, Its door's worn tdll ltrny ins The feet, that, creeping How to school. Went storming out to playing. Long years nao a winter sun Stume over its setting; Lit up ths western win.iow panes, And low eaves' icy fre tting. It touched the tanRled po:Vm curls, And brown eyea full of grieving, Of one who still her steps delayed When all the school was leaving. For near her stood the little boy Her childish favcr singled. Hi cap pulled down upon his face ..Where pride and shame Mere mingled. Pushlnc with restless feet the. snow To right and left, he lingered, ' As rest less her tiny ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 March 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 27, 18.78, GENERAL TELEGRAMS. Fall Text er tne Statement of the See rtaiy or I tie Trmnnry Before the Senate Finance Committee on the ReHnmptisu Act and the Kilver BUI, WAsniSGToy, March 20. At the Interview of the committee on finance with the secretary of the treasury, in regard to the repeal of the resumption act, on the 19th insL, the chairman said: Mr. Secretary, I have jotted down a few general questions ard some in detail, which i propose to ask you. and I suppose that the other members of the committee may have questions which they may desire to ak at a later period, but 1 will ask. some general questions in order that you may make a statement, if you choose, with more freedom than you can by going into the smaller details at the commencement. First Ought the, resumption act, in yonr opinion, ue repeaieu; .auu n uji, nuj uui. Answer Secretary Saermph That question, as you say, is very general, and it is rather a legislativ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 March 1878

THE -INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOUNING MAltCII 27, 1878. 8 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL MONET -ASD THE, MARKETS. Omrsor tus Iitoianapows skntij.4i&,"i TI X3DAY Evxsixo, March 2u, ls. I This bau been a very quiet week as far as the local jwoney market is concerned. business done by the bauks has been on light Mcule. Then is some little pa per beln? negotiated lit tlie banks and In tu open market, and rates of Interest continue to remain at 810 percent. The demasnl for eastern exchange is good, tbe banks are buying t par and sales are being made oeroas the counter at 1-lOO'i premium. IXDIAJfAPOUS CXKAKIsa H0USK. Clearings. Balance. For the month of January ...S,dlö,uu) MW,ow For ta mouth of February- o,,- I xTiuJVv, Maren i. ........- 1 Saturday, Marrh 'i . U.UiO Monday, March 4 .. l'lö.ouo Tuesday, March 5 l!tt,iJ WeuneMiay, March 6 212,010 Thursday, March 7 Ji'SU'U Fndav, March 8 . 2I7,wJ Saturday, March - . Iii, 00 Monday, March 11 Tuesday. Marrh U 176,'jOO Wednesda...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 April 1878

VOL. XXYIL 3sTO 33. IXMAXAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY .MORNING, APRIL 3f 1878. WHOLE NO. 224. 4 GEXT1XITY. BT LEK O. IIAKKP. Oh, glorious America! What happy lund Is thine, "Where eentlemen bo noon are made, twaa never o In mint. No blazoned coat m England yet ou scions mcli as these Could make them eNe than footmen, or beadtt-s IT you pilose.' Itayner M.t in Indianapolis Teople, March 23. Kay, nay. my iriend, though Khould.t not xiy ' Twa? netyr so in mine." We will not blame thy country so; Perhaps the fault was thine. For nature hath decreed some laws E'en England can't' reverse. And there are things can not be changed Into a silken purse. E'en "glorloas America" Ere now, has vainly tried To tone an English flunkey's airs Of overweening pride. There's something In the blood, it wenw, Which makes them chafe to pe That Kent lernen aro bred, not born, Where mind and soul cr free. There's freedom in the very alr That fans our Tankee land. And at the forge and at the plow Oar gentlemen are plann...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 April 1878

o THE IXDIAXA STATE SENTIXEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APUIL 1, 1878. "WEDNESDAY, APKIL 3. IRCLISD'S l'PORTl'ÄITT. Those who have read the record of England's oppression of Ireland will doubtless surmise that if the British lion and the Russian bear at last engage in a life and death struggle, Ireland will take advantage of her opportunity and seek to regain her nationality. Ireland's inveterate hate of England has grown in intensity as the years have increased since the monstrous crime of ter subjugation was perpetrated, and wkerever on the green earth a true Irish heart bea's England has a foe. We hear much of England's preparations for war; of her great wealth and her great power. No one doubts England's pluck, but it is quite possible that she is just now Inviting a aeries of catastrophes which in the end may exhaust her wealth and deprive her of the commanding position she has hitherto occupied in the affairs of the world. Her purpose in antagonizing liussia is, it is claimed, to sav...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 April 1878

THE INDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MOKNING, APKIL 3, 1878. 3 CHARITY. Oh ! it were better far I deem. That hope were never known. Than that each day it should arise But to b$ overthrown. oh ! it were better far, I deem, That iove were never mine, Than that Its fleeting Item alone I poll jpj houI should shine. Ah, yes! I deem it better far That naught but charity. And faith la Uod's unceasing care Should e'er abide in me. For hope and love, like fraarraut tlowirs, Both share a common grave; But charity, too pure for earth, Returns to Him'who gave. w FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Lawss. Blue grass (poa peatensis) mixed with white clover forms the choicest of lawns; two bushels of blue grass and six pounds of white clover per acre. Mix timothy with it if von please. A mixture is better than a single kind; sow at the rate cf three bushels per acre of this mixed seed. The sweet vernal srrass is excellent to mix with bine grass and white clover for a lawn. It is fragrant and beautiful when in b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 April 1878

THE 1XDIAKA STATE SENTIKEL, WEDNESDAY MOEXIXG, AP11IL 3, 1878. WEDNESDAY, APRIL .1. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET FOR 1S7H. For Secretary of State, J. (J. HAJJKLIX of Vanderburgh County . For Auditor of State, MAHLCN D. MA.XSOX of Montgomery Co. For Treasurer of Mats WILLIAM, FLKMINU of Allen County. ' For Attorney General, TUOMA.S W. "vVOOLLKX of Johnson County. For Superinteudent f Public Instruction, J. II. SMART of Allen county. POLITICAL ASÄOCNCBJIiaiTf. . I - COUNTY TICKET. FOIt SHERIFF K.J. BUK1HT. JOHN J. PIFFLEY will a candidate for auditor of Marion county, subject tu t Lie decision of the dem .erat ic nominating convention, June 1, ls7. NAPOLEON B. TAYIiOR will b" a candidate for the nomination f-r treasurer oi A! a Hon county, subject to the decision of Wit-denio-ratic convent! n IIBDKS a. BIG HAM will be a candidate for ihe omou of auditor of Marlon county, subject, of course', to t!ie democratic nominating eonvei itou.to bo held äuturd'.iy, June 1. CH.VHLKS N. METCALK, M. is...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 April 1878

THE INDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 3, 1878. THE ELECTION. Tha Democrats Sweep Evansville, Electing Nearly All of Their City Ticket. As Tar as Heard From They Carry the Day Throughout the State. LICKIXO TOWXMIIP Go Democratic fcj a ood Majority. By Telegraph to the Kentinel.1 Haktiort Citt, Ind., April 1. In Licking township, JJ'ackford county, the democratic vote was 2"'G, the national vote 15'. and the republican vote 140. ANOTHER YICTOKY. Tb Democrat Uli lu the Lal. I By Telegraph to the HentineM Mmii'rAS C:ty, Ind., April 1. The regular democratic township ticket was elected today over a ticket made up of bolting democrats supported by the republicans. A very bitter fight was made, and the majorities run from 17 to 57. THE UDIOl'BATS MIX. Two More Towutiii Heard From, nud Tliey Cio Solil. ! By Telegraph to the HentlneJ. j Eaielanp, Ind., April 1. Our township t election to-day resulted in the election of j the entire democratic ticket by .unusually j large major...

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

G THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNTNG, APHIL. 3, 1878. HIGHLAND MARY. BY THE J .ATE LADY STIRLING MAXWELL. 1 would I were the light fern growing Beneath my Highland Mary's trend, I would I were tue green tree throwing Its shadow o'er her gentle head ! I would I were a wild tlower springing Where my weet Mary love to rest, . That she might pluck me while she sluglng. And place me on her snowybreast! I would I were In yonder heaven A silver star, whose soft dim light Would rise to bless each Kumnier even, And watch my Mary all trie night! I would, beneath these BtnnU, white lingers, . I were the lute her breath ha fanned The gentle lute, whose soft note lingers. As Joth to leave her falrv hand ! Ali. happy things! ye may not wander From Scotland to some darker sky, JJ it. even live unchanging yonder, To haDpinecs and fry nigh! W hlle I at nilitnight s'aaiy weeping LTpm 11 deep, transparent blue. Can only gaze while all are sleeping. And dream my Mary watches too! "JOHN'S WIF...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 April 1878

TIIE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNING, APRIL 3, 1878. THAT VONDEUFUL EDISOX. Perfecting Even the Phonograph Beyond the Dreams of the Caricaturists. rromUlnsr That It Shall Really Kepeat a Fn!l i?ra, Sot lo Speak of a 300-lajceiovtl. f New York World. Yesterday morning a reporter 01 ine orm called unon lied upon I'rotessor raison aw uia lauomtory in Menlo Tark. N. J. Alter greetings had been exchanged the reporter asked, "How is the phonograph to-day, Mr. Kdison?" "Oh, about the same as usual," was the answer; "but come and ask it. It has an answer for every man, and generally in his own words." The reporter followed .Mr. Elison to an upper room where the phonograph was resting on a table, and as the cylinder 6lowly turned he shouted at it, pleasantly: "How are you'.'"' Then the cylinder was shitted backwards and again turf od, and the phonograph cried out in the same cheerful tone that the reporter had used: "How are you?" Mr. Edison seated himself before his lavorite inven...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 April 1878

8 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORXIXG, APRIL 2; 1878. it. V FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL MOS ET AXD TUE MARKETS. Ornosor thi Iitdianapoljs 8E!rrnrEi) TVR-DAT Kvesiso, April 3. ls7s. The money market dm ing the weck closing "With to-day has leen exceedingly iulet. There 1 about the usual amount of checking und depositing done at the banks -ach ilay, but there is but little patter lelng negotiated, and the rates of interest rule steady at JWtlO per cent., though in some cases a higher and lower rate Is being paid. There is quite a good demand reported for eastern exchange, and banks continue to purchase at par, and transactions across the counter are made at l-la peT eent. premium. INDIANAPOLIS CLEARISQ HOUSC. Clearings. Balances. For the month of January ...S.i.olö.ono Sl.ifcu.iaiu For the mouth of February... 3,mw,544 y7,uo Fridav. March 1 Kim 41.000 4 ,( 51.0110 53,000 57,100 xu.ooo 31,0110 7!),(J0 61,1X10 52,000 41,uw 31. L0Ü 35.000 .k.ooo 30 000 42,100 23,100 35.' Ml 4,tm ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 April 1878

mm VOL. XXVII- XO 31. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APBIL 10, 1878. WHOLE NO. 225. THE OLD SCHOOL BOOH. On the o'd school book. In Its dusty nook. With tearful eyes I gaze; Come down, old friend, for an hour well spend In talk of the bygone days. I gaze onoe more, us in clays of yore. On the tank that vexed the brain: The lesnou done und the -viciory won, And I fet-1 I'm a child again; And seem to stand with the youthful band, . In the old 8chfjl house, on the ureen ; I hear the fan ery the .school begun, And join in the gladsome fcoue; I take my ple with a sober face, O'er the well curved desk I bend. And hourly pour o'er t he learned lore Of thy wonderous page, old friend. Then our cares were few and our friends were true. And our griefs were rare and light; The world was nought (so we fondly thought) But a resion tt pure delisbt; But the time ha-fcotd,andour path hasted Through the dark and tearful scene; And pas-sed awny are the goi:d and guy, Like the old house on the green....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 April 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOBNING, APRIL 10, 1878. o WEDNESDAY, A I'll IL 10. Last year there were one hundred and fifty murders committed in Kentucky and only one murderer was hanged. A Tfaan drawing an eight dollar pension as a soldier of 1812 ia 111 years old. lie lives with his grandchild, a woman nearly TU. The Grend Duke Nicholas said to a party of ambassadors and other public personages j few days since, "Russia is now fighting for j the liberty of the Slavs, and the Poles ought to join her in this glorious task." j !. - - - -- ----- . A pkioer confined in a station house at Kenknk is ninetv-six vears old. lie is a common drunkard and vagrant. He has j been drinking whisfcy seventy-five years, j and is yet so strong that in a street fight he 1 nearly beat a man to death with his fist. mm - ( The old superstition that the thirteenth j person at the table will soon die has recently been revived at Wyoming, Xew York, in I connection wun inree ramer singular seams, i ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 April 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOIiNIKG, APItlL, 10, 1878. 3 J- FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. . Wooden fl.xrs are objected to for poultry houses bv The Country, lor the reason Ciac they tend to caase the birds to become duckfooted, and, what is of wore consequence, absorb and retain dampness from the droppings, and bi prove a source of cramp and other ailments. A Massachusetts potato raiser claims that his Krami fowls eat the larvae of the Colo rado beetle. He tells the New England Far mer that they kept a garden patch nearly clean last season, being encouraged to fre quent the same by having their ssea scat- ; Ured among the same. Wieg Foce. B. F. J., in Country Gentleman, gives the cost of wire fence per mile as put up on the Illinois Central railroad: Thipp Klrnml tvirHpd fonee wire. l.Ofi Iiis.. at lk- - ni m ! Two strands, plain, 615 lbs., at öc ..... ii N Three hundred aud seventy-two cigntfoot cedar posts, at I'ic... . - Fmir ten-toot cedar oost. at lSe "i& Two thous...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 April 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNING, APRIL, 10, 1878. WEDNESDAY, APBIL 10. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET FOB 1S78. For Secretary of State, J. G. 8HANKLIN 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. Mni:TIII ABOUT WAR. Those who clamor loudest for war are generally the individuals who are the last to subject themselves to an experience of its horrors. In theory the mission of Christianityhas overcome the necessity for war, but in the light of h'ntory the most cruel wars that have ever deluged the world in blood have been conducted under Christian banners; It is useless, however, to theorize. We have got to take the world as we find it, and if in -the progress of events obstacles are in j the way that can be removed only by war, war will be employed. The real qu...

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