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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 April 1878

THE INDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING,' APRIL 10, 1S78. IPROTECTIOX. Tallacfea or a Tariff for Protection. INashvllle North American.! The American Manufacturer makes a statement of the strongest argument it is possible to make for protection. First, it quotes from a British paper this paragraph: Tue retention oi our irnu traae is a matter ef national life and death to us. America need not sell iron to buy f"od : we must poll lro i or sutler want. If we did no! makp Iron for our own use and for other we should be impoverished. But no such calamity eouid occur to America. Commenting on this, the Manufacturer says: "We must hre correct the error of the statement lu the last nentence. Much a calamity could occur to America if we did not make iron for our own use. Several million of our population are directly or Indirectly dependent upon our iron trade. It employs uuudreds of thousand of workmen, and if they were thrown out or employment their laroilles would sutler want, the a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 April 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APJÄJ- ID. 1878. G Till; DAY OF TlkK r.ltl AT HAND. BY niAHLF-S KINGSI.KV. T!u day of the Lord ii at hand, at hand, lis storms roll up the. sky; .The natlona lie starving on heaps of gold; K.ll dreitmera tons and siuh; "The iiisht is darkest betöre the mom ; When the pain is sorest the child is born. And the üay of thf lrd is at hand. Gather yon, gather you, angel.s of God Freedom, mid Meicy and Truth; 'ri! for the earth is grown coward anil old; ;ome down, ami rmew 11s her youth : Wisdom, Self-SHc:ifiee, During and Love, ll'.ste to the b-utle field, stoop from above, To the d.iy of the Ioid at hand. Gather yon, gather you, hounds of hell famine and Pla-rue :nd War; Idleness i;uotry Cant and Misrule, 'Jatherand l 11 lit the snare. Hireling and Mammonlte, lilol and Knave, Crawl to ttin battle field, euk to your grave, In the day of tne Iau1 at hand. Who would tit down Jnd Mgh for a lost age of gold When Hi linl of nil use is here? True h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 April 1878

THE INDIAKA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNING, APRIL 10, 1878- V GENERAL TELEGRAMS. Secretary Kberm An Conti n ties to lilve Ji Is Views on tr y RenraptIon or Speele Payment. "Washington, April 4. The conference between secretarc bherman and the house commissioners,, n banking and currency. In regard to the , vara ctiou act, was resumed today. It oikt With a comparison between the ability j tne government to resume anil maintain t e specie payment and that of the bank of F A(?lanl, the secretary insisting upon it that th .government wusia equally as eikxI, u no. u er, condition than the duukoi tng land. AYter Phis point had been thorough!) been thoroughly j exhar . e,i nj, Ewins -ced the secretary wher , du.; ow j,e expected to et additional null jol-us of -gold which lie required by the first ' Jj;iuarr. f 3cretary Sherman Von must tee that for r-, to cW.te too closely what I propose to do " -Mijht prevent me trot, doing -what I expect tin do, a-nd therefore I will answer your ques...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 April 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MOKNIXG, APltlL 10, 187S. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL MO.NET AM TUE IKKETS. Orricx or the IxnrAJf apolis Hrvtiitel, ) Tuesday Eveäijju, April it, Ws. f This has been a very quiet week ia financial circles. The bank are in a very healthy condition, and are meeting every demand made upon them, lut there I only a small amount of paper being negotiated, ana rates of interest reinala at 83IO per cent. Eastern exchange is in fair demand. The banks continue to buy at par, and sales across the counter arc being made at 1-10 '; premium. INDIANAPOLIS CLEARING HOUSE. Clearing-! Balances, for the month of Jin nary ...Sb,im fl.ixu.UUO r or the month of r ebrnary ... ,,iius,.l 1 For the month of March. l,öl.:;o) i,i:,m Ki.lX o :io.tiii 4'..im 4.1,10 41.0. m fi,IJ H,iKX) 50,0'JÜ Monday, April 1 17.i,lAK) Tuesday. April a 17l,00l) 212,"K)0 lM'.OilO 170.W) Wednesday, April 3.. Thursday, April 4 Friday, April 5 Saturday. April (i Monday, April S Tuesday, April 9 Com...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 April 1878

VOL.. XXVII- 3STO 35. INDIANAPOLIS, 'WEDNESPAY MORNING, APKLL 17, 1878. WHOLE NO. 22G. THE SOXO OF THE CA3II. A Crlroeau Iucldent. BV Jl.VYAKD "TAVLOK. At the dinner given to Biyard Taylor the suhjolned ptnm was handed ahoct by Mr. l'ierrepont, who related that twenty two year nince he 'wan so Impressed with Its merit that he had It printed at the oSlce of the Evening Post to give to his friends: ';ive us a son?," the soldiers cried, The outer trenches guarding, "When the heated gun of the camps allied tirew weary of bombarding. The dark Rdan, in silent scoff. Lay. grim and threatening, under: And the Uwny mound of the MaJukoir No longer belched its thunder. There was a pause. The guardsman said : We titorrn the forts to-morrow; Sing while rue may, another day W ill bring enough of sorrow." There lay a'.on? the battery's side. Below the sruokingcaunon Brave hearts, from Severn and Irom Clyde, And from Hie banks of Shannon. They sang of love, and not of fame; Forgot was Britain's glo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 April 1878

2 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MORNTNGr, AP11IL 17, 1878. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17. RITES OF INTEREST. Th legislature of Kentucky has fixed the legal rate of interest at G per cent Any rate above 6 per cent is usury. Formerly the law of Kentucky permitted parties to stipulate for 10 per cent interest; then the rate ras reduced to 8 per cent, and now It has reached 0 per cent, and fears arc entertained that Kentucky will suffer thereby. The Courier Journal says: A mortgage carries on its face the contract for Interest., ami necessitate conflnlux the contract within the limits of the letter of tbe law. ir money can not be had at six per c nt. those who get it on securities not subjected to public Inspection will have to inject a U.nre Khare of personal honor into their credit. Ami those who loan and borrow money In this way will do so in violation of law; aud the amount of such transactions will measure the hold the law has on the intelligence, the respect and the necessities of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 April 1878

THE INDIANA. STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 1878- 3 A FIXED FACT. The Contract Between the Board of State House Commissioners and Architect May Signed. Tns Architect Allowed Two Per Cent. on. the Actual Cost TU a Work Will Doubtleas Ba Soon Eegun. The building of the new state house now appears U be a fixed fact. The commissioners yesterday entered into a contract with the architect, Edwin May, of this city. Three copies have been made and signed by Governor Williams, as president of the board, and Mr. May. The following ii the text of the contract: These ar Holes of agreement, made this lltn day of April, ISIS, in pursuance of the provisions of an act of the general assembly or the stau of Indiana, approved March It. entitled "An act to authorize and provide for the erection of a new state house, and for matten incident thereto," by and between the board of state house commissioners, appointed, qualified and acting a such board pursuant to the provisions of said HCt, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 April 1878

THE ESTDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOENING, APRIL 17; 1878. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17. THE JOUUXAL'N DOl GHFAf US. The Journal was Impudent enough the other day to speak ot the democratic masses of the north as doughfaces, and charged that they always bad and always would obey the behests of the southern wing of the party. The democratic party is the only party whose principles can be applied to and made to cover every section of our common country. It is the party of the people, in their Interest and not in the interest of the money sharks of foreign countries or our own. Any man who loves bis whole country and wants to ae the principles of justice and honesty practiced by all our people toward each other, politically as well a3 in private transactions, i3 a democrat, and he hrs no business iu any other organization. We do not desire to fight the war over again, . but we can not refrain from reminding the Journal that northern democrats, when the alternative of waror disunion was pre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 April 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNfLNG. APKIL 17. 1878- FAKM AND HOUSEHOLD. I'o v ltrtl Keepixu bv Boys. The Touliry "World would give the boys a chance ia tne inter??t3 and occupations of the farm, and recommends ia the article "below, and very pro perl v, that the poultry yard should be given tLeni in charge as an amateur field for - business experience: It i3 one of the most promising indications of character ween a boy shows a disposition to etru something This desire to hold something in feesimple is the very opposite of tranipUm. Amon; bojs, the enjoyment of owning buying and seilins;, is very keen, and n ctt-n gratified in the getting of knives, old watches and trinkets, and making exchanges with eaek other. Who does not reniemter tae wonderful dicker and trade of h3 boyhood. It was onlv the beginning of a development, or, rather, a self-edacation. This matter should no; be permitted to go without some guidance. Parents and guardians should take an interest in it. not...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 April 1878

G THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APKIL 17, 1878. FIVE. Rnt a week i w lonsf !" lie said, With a tH of hin curly head. ' ue, two, Ihre, four. live, ttix, seven ! Seven whole days! Why, In hlx. you know You said it yourself you told nie So), The great tiod up in heaven Müde ail l he earth ml the seas ami skies. The tre s and the birds and the butterflies. How rau 1 wait for ray seeds to grow?" "Hut a month Is so long!" tie satd, With a d nop ot his boyish head. "Hear rue count one, two, three, four V'otir whole weeks and three days more; 'I'hirty-orie days, and eaeh will creep Ah the shadows crawl over yonder steep; Thirty one night. aid I shall lie Watching the siirs climb up the sky! Jlow eau I M ail till a moiitli is o'er?-' ' r.ut a vear ie so long!" lie said. Uplifting Iii bright young head. "All tlie seasons mut come and go t viT the hiliH witli footsteps slow Alii man and winter, summer and spring. Oh, for a brijrt of gold to tlins iver t he cliaMii deep and wid...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 April 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOENING, APRIL 17, 1878. GENERAL TELEGRAMS. The IVeniocratie or Illinois la Convention A Ticket Put fa the Field Considerable Confusion. sbinjfif.ld. 111., April 11. The democratic Ktate convention met in the represent at i vos' hall at noon to-day. Henator J. M. Hush, .t Pike county, calitd the body to order, and General J.C. Black, of Danville, was made temporary chairman. Committees -ere appointed ; that on platform was headed by w. c.Goudy.of Chicago. The Convention reassembled nt 2:'H and the committee on credentials reportd nil counties represented, and over '. delegates present. The committee on permanent organization reported the folie-wing officers: Pi-estdem Senator Mtcraei W. Kobinson.of Cook county, with one vice president from each congressional district. Secretaries Fran tc Ltw.ler, of Ccok con nty ; T. V. Boston, of Union, and 11. Gotten, of Clark. Tlie report on platform not being prepared an informal ballot for state treasurer w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 April 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTIKJEJU WEDNESDAY MORNING, AP11IL 17, 1878. FINANCIAL AND COr-irERCIAL A" THE MAKKETS. OTTlCEor thi Indianapolis Hr-ernTKi XlESDAY,EyKXI"0, Apnl 1U, 1578. I The local money market baa ruled exceedingly quiet during the week closing with this evening. The banks are doing their usual amount of checking and deposit business, but there is but Utile paper being negotiated either at the banks or in the open market, and rates or Interest rule steady at 810. There is a good demand reported for eastern t-xehange, and tho banks are buying at par, aad s --i.es across the counter arc being made at 1-103' i premium. INDIANAPOLIS CUAR1SO HOCSK. CTairln-r. Balanc1. Vor th month of January .t,5l3.) fl.'-WHO Kor 1 he month of February. For iho month of March....Moivliiy, April 1 -. Tuesday. April '.' ......... WeJuiwlay, April ;t . Thursdny, April 4 Friday, April 5 .. Hat unlay, April ü .. Momlav, April S Tuesday, April 9 - Wednesday. April 10Thursday, April 11...... IH.T.frOO 4...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 April 1878

v -r x "V VOL. XXVII. NO 3G. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 24,. 187. WHOLE NO. 227. I MV M arnru'K 7dTTT- I ,i ! ! " " . . OXE MORE. BY R. R. One more bark on the streom or time, One more care on a mother's mind. One more boat on a fathomless sea, Bound lor the myotic eternity. One more trust repr-J in man. By Him who leads the triune van. One more chance to mortals given, To rear a soul to inhabit heaven. One more stigma chained to earth, If Chrl.st should reap out moral dearth. One more active, thinking mind, To weigh the doing of its Kind. One more being courting strife "With the inconsistency of life. One more heart to throb with pain "When friendship snaps its brittle chain One more heart to feel the woe That mortals all are doomed to know. One more attempt to wrest a prize From the hand of fate ere purpose dies. One more straggle with life's turmoils Uncertainty as to whom the spoils. One more fight with Fatanic snares, A puzzle to tell the wheat from tares. A last fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 April 1878

THE INDIASTA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APPJL 24, 1878. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21 The state prisons of Xew York are now 8elf-Eupporticg. Locisville aristocrats have the family monosraai oq the carriage driver's hat. This distinguishes him from ths oldest son. See i east Bte.s, the great A. f. c. (American Ca;; carrier), was knocked down and robbed of $37 and a diamond pin recently in Illinois. But the precious flag is still safe. IIahkiet Beecher Stowe has received $10,000 from "Uncle Tom's Cabin." Had her rieht been properly protected her share Would have been at the least $300,000. Next Sunday, at Atlanta, a children's jubilee is to be held in connection with the International Sunday-school convention, now ;n session there. It 13 estimated that 20,000 persons will be in attendance. Lawrence Barbett intended to play "The 'Man o' Airlie" during his Philadelphia engagement, but was prevented by an injunction. The local papers say tha; 43 King Lear he made a decided sensation, and w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 April 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL., "WEDNESDAY MOEMG, API IE 24, 1878. THE NEW STATE HOUSE. The Third Quarterly Report of the Board ot State House Commissioners. A Sad Blow t3 the Disappointed Arctltects All the Fla.cs Examined la Detail An Account of How the Work Was Dine. The following is the third quarterly report of the board of state honse commissioners, submitted to the governor yesterday: To His Excellency James D. Williams, oovernor of Indiana: Bib In the wand quarterly report of this bOrd, submitted on the 7th of January lt, it ig Stated that 24 plans for a new Mate house had been received from competing architects, and that In pursuance of the law, experts (architects, engineer Had builder) l-.ad Wn appointed, and having taken the required nth, were then engaged in the examination of the plans. With a view to facilitate the -work, and to confine It as far as practicable to tne requirements of the law. the commissioners instructed the experts to repoit (In addition to any suggesti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 April 1878

TILE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APHIL 24- 1878. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21. JDEMOOItATIC RT AT K TICKET FOR For Secretary of State, J. u. sHaNKLIN of Yan-Jerburgh County For Auditor of täte, MAHLON D. MaNsON of Montgomery Co. For Treasurer of .State, MII.T.lAM FLEMIS of Allen County. For Attorney General, THOMAS W. WOOLLEN of Johnson County For Superintendent of Public Instruction, J. II. SM AKT ol Allen county. The New York Bulletin savs: "One of the ! moät serious hindrances to the return of 'better Times is the va3 number of youn? 'men who are adrift ia the larger cities, who 'can et nothing to do, simply because they j "Can do nothing ttiat anybody wanta done." ; The i of April, the -"1 1th anniversary of j Shakespeare's birth, rill b? signalized at the ; Crarifl opera house, Baltimore, by special I and appropriate performances. Edwin Booth J will act "Hamlet," all other parts being for j the time taken by the b?st actors and act- j resses that can be procured. J A svcv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 April 1878

THE INDLVNA STATE SENTIXEL, ATEDXESDAY rOBlSTDsTG, APHIL 24, 1878. 5 GENERAL TELEGRAMS. The Principal Featnres or the Internal Revenue Bill Ordered to be Reported to tbe JlonM T diijr. . Washington, April 3 The following are the principal features of the internal revenue bill ordered to-day by the committee ou ways and means to be report -d to the house: Be U enacted, etc., That on and aiterthe parage of thU act there shall be levied and collected upon all snuff, manufactured tobacco or any suustilute lor tobacco, Krcnml, Iry, (lamp, picKled, teen ted or otherwise, and of these de.-cripticns when prepared for use, aud upon all chewing and iiiokln? to- I bacco, flne cut, cavendish, plus or twit, cat or g anulated, of every de.svriptlon; j tobacco twisted by hand or reduced condition to be connmd,nr in a manner other than the ordinary mode of drying, curinu, prepared for sale or consumption, even if prepared without the une of any mathine or instrument and without oeln pressed or swee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 April 1878

G AX AFOLOGY FOR FLIRTATION. "Ah, -women are fickle!" yon tell me. "Weli. yes If by fickle you mean A trifle less faLse than yon men are. And greatly more true than we seem." Tut women are cruel so cruel! They flatler and coax for awhile. Then tread on the heart that we give them. And deal us a blow with a -mlle." , "We are cruel, it may be, but cruel In a million of charming ways; Ho sorry at times to have hurt you, So kind on the gloomiest days. But you men! you calculate nicely How near you may go, ot how far, And never one moment you soften, Nor pity the hopes that you mar. "And when you at last are successful. And the flower floats down to your feet, Its colors are no more so perfect Its perfume is no more feo sweet. 'You leave it to lie on the roadside (First trampling it down in the dust). And fancy that such is your right here To break and to outrnge our trust. You think ns so weak, till we sting you, , And give you at last your deserts; And then you turn round in your anger...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 April 1878

THE 'INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOENING, APRIL 24, 1878. MR. CON KLING AT HOME His Outspoken ReTiew Presidential Career Hayes. of of the What the New York Senator Always TMnks and Seldom Says of Measures and of Men. Conkllnc Invents and Orant Approves tne Electoral Coiuiiilstslon Conkline 'ow leuoiiDM the Work or Ills Own Hands. New YorkJWorld, 17. UTICA, April IS The friends and foes of Senator Conpin? In thU section have been alike disappointed by his failure tospeaa- upon the great public questions of the iiour. His friends have been confident that when he opened his mouth he would rut his enemies to flight, and hiseneimes have been quite as confident that auv speech he could make would be to their political advantage. Thus It has happened thai both sides have been grievously disappointed as tiie silver bill passed and one important nomination after another was taken up and disposed of without anything like a pitched Dattie. Mr. Conkllnc was certainly to peak oa tne questi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 April 1878

8 THE USTDLYNA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, APltIL 24, 1878. rillAIJPIHI Aim OnUnCPPIAl HOET AXD THE lÜBlttTS. OuiOtor thi Indian APoLra kintikl, Tuiday Evening, April i, ls;-s.4 i Financial affairs have been exceedingly quivd during the week closing with this even! ug. The amount of business transacted by the banks has been only f;ilr, and the negotiation of paper has been on a small scale. There ishut little doing in the open discount markst, and no paper is being taken uales it is gilt edge in every respect. Th9 rat? of Interest remains at the same old figures, 8,jjlt) percent., though in some instances a higher and lower rate is belüg raid. The demand for eastern exchange Is reported as being fair. The buying piioe con liniwa at par, and transactions across the counkr aie . being made at l-0(ä,i premium. IüDIANAPOLIä CLKARINO HOCSK. Clearings. Balance Tor the month of January .5,51o,uiO tl,i9u,i For the month of h ebruaiy. i,tsAi for the month of March. . 4,5Hi.:-9'0 Monda...

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