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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 May 1878

L A V JL A. A. . . . I r r i lies i i ' i y i i i 3 i .'V. I y 1 1 4 -l I W"". I A. 1A T VtVV 1 V VOL. XXYII. NO 37. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 1, 1878. WHOLE NO. 228. V TUE KII.F.XT TRYST. BV VAEfiAUET W. PRESTON. "Now Tt at yon are In Florence, go To Sii Igoren zo. Tlie church, j oa know, Holds Michael's miracle carved In stone The brooding; figure that, under the shade "Of its moult -like cowl, severe and lone, Watches you till you grow afraid It may step from Its niotie and ask you why You dar intrude with a curious eye Thus oa its dusk domain of thought. Study the mystery there inwrought, For the realm of art, I think, will fall To show you a greater. CJaze your fill, Search for the secret, if yon will, Until you have gotten behind the veil Of the palpable marl'le. None the lew The cvaning t scajes; and you'll confess That what is the wizardry of the spell, Angel 8 self alone could tell. Butther than this Is the reason why I point you to fan Lorenzo. Nigh To its indss...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 May 1878

THE ZNDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING MAY 1, 1878. WEDNESDAY, MAY 1. THE POLITICAL OI'TLOOK. - The democracy of Indiana are in good ; fighting condition for the coming campaign. She has in the field her- state ticket f composed of good men," whose personal popularity gives great stren th to it. Their ability to conduct an active canvass and to form a thorough organization .of the party can not be questioned. The state central committee, through its chairman, Colonel B. C. Shaw, is looking after the thorough discipline of the party in the township and county organizations, and everything looks auspicious for a grand victory in October. The main battle will bs for the legislature. The republicans will concede the election of the state ticket to the demcc racy, aad will make up a ticket with the distinct understanding among its managers Of selling it out to secure the legislature. The republican party knows full well that a lair apportionment of the state would leave them large...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOBNIXG, MAY 1, 1S78- DEMOCRATIC DOCTRINE. The Platform of the Party Adopted at the State Convention. A Clear and Unequivocal Enunciation ol Principle Sentiments Which the Sfaaaea Will Indonc. The democracy of the Etate of Indiana assembled in delegate convention declare: That national bank notes shall be retfred, and in lieu thereof there shall be issued by the government an equal amount of treasury notes with full legal tender quality. That we are in favor of making the United States notes, commonly called greenbacks, a fall legal tender in payment of all debts, public and private, except such obligations only as are by the terms of the original contracts under which they were issued, expressly payable in coin. That the right to issue paper money as well as coin is the exclusive prerogative of the government, and such money should be issued in such amounts as ths sound business interests of the country may from time to time require. "We are in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 May 1878

TILE ÜTJMAKA. STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY -MOHNING, MAYS I, 1878. WEDNESDAY, MAY 1. "Honesty la the" best policy." Democracy and lo tates. 'Thcwor'ds are synonymous. I Ovkb 2(,W)0,X)O acres of land in "Wisconsin j Las never been ploughed. It is all arable. The net income of the city of Boston from licensed liquor saloons last year . was $1j1,151. A SryoAY school boy of Maysvilhvwhen asked if his father was a Christian, answered, "Yes, but he is not worsin rauch at it 'now." - Barnim says he is never going (o give op circus business. When too old for anything else he will go as a clown's joke, and after death as a mummy. Let prayers be made in all the churches for the regeneration of the republican leaders. Such moral lepera pollute Christianity and disgrace the American name. " I wccld rather be right than president," taid Henry Clay. "No man can afford to 'accept the otace of president if the shadow 'of fraud affects the title," said Haves. "Let 'us organize a commission and pre-empt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 May 1878

TS THE IXDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOENESTG, 'MAY 1, 1878. S ONE OF MANY. The Cashier of the Salem Nationa Bank a Defaulter for a Large Amount. How II Ilnsbee'ized the CommunityItntneil by 8pmilsltoni la Wall Street-Tbo I2nk Will Pay in Full. By Xelegrapa to the Sentinel.1 Salem, Ind., April 28. This usual uiet little city was stricken, as 11 by a thunderbolt, last venlng by the announcement of tb robbery of the Salem National bank. It seems the night watchman of the city during his rounds, in testing doors, noticed the front door of the bank unlocked, with tne key on the Inside of the door. He at once gav a general alarm, which was responded to by the entire population. The directors at once made a thorough investigation of the premise?, bat could develop no signs of robbery having been committed, the front and buck door only being opened. Inquiry proved that Mr. James Baine, cashier of the bank, was missing, as well as his horsa and bridle. Iany surmises were made as regards...

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

G THE INDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNTNG, MAY 1, 1878. 7 GRAS D FATHER'S PET. This Is the room where she slept, Only a vear agoQuiet andcarefully swept. Blinds and curtains like snow. There, by the bed In the dusky gloom, - ' She would, kneel with her tiny clasped hands and pray! Here Is the little white rose of a room, With the fragrance fled away! . Jletlv, grand father' pet. With her wise little face 1 seem .to hear her yet Winning about tbe plsce; But töe crowds roll on and the streets are drear, And the world seems hard with a bitter doom. And Nelly Is singles: elsewhere and here is the little white rose of a room. Why if she stood just there, As she nsed to do. With her long light-yellow hair And her eyes of blue - If she stood, I say, at the edge of the bed, And ran to my side with a living touch. Though I know she is quiet and burled and dead, I should not wonder much; For she was so young, you knowOnly seven years old ; And sUe loved me, loved me so. Though I was gra...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 May 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOENING, MAY 1, 1878. . general: telegrams. Fall Text or the Confession Made by Judge 31 c Lin with Regard to the Elec tiom Frandt la Florida. Is ew York April 23. The following Is the text ot the statement of Judge McLiu regarding the canvass ot the vote iu Florida for president, as published here la a long special from Washington: As a mem ber of the late state board of cuu-va-s.se rs of tlie state of Florida, I feel impelled by a sense of duty to myself and justice to others to make the following statement: At the time the canvass was made I was not at any time conscious of acting otherwise than rlgtit and proper. I called upon the canvass vlth the conviction that It was my privilege and duty, in a political sense, to give the benefit of every doubt In favor ot the republican party. I felt that when a question could be deciiled either way without doing violence to a public sense of Justice It was fairly allowable in politics that I should alw...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 May 1878

8 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY . 1, 1878. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL HONET ASO THE MARKETS. OmCKOr TTTK I VDIANAPOLIS HKVTrTL, 1 Tu ks dat Evkxiso, April 30, lSvS. I Local financial u flairs have ruled exceedingly rjuiet during the -week closing to-day. The business trausncted by banks and banking houses Is only fair. There Is but little paper beinis negotiated, and that In all Instances has to be strictly gilt edse. Rates of Interest rule steady at 810 per cent. Kastern exchange Is in fair request, the rates Jjelng par buying, and l-lOQ'i selling. Commercial. The amount of business transacted in the general markets during the past week has been quite fair, and quotations have, as a general rule, underwent but few changes. The Inclement weather of the past few days has caused quite a numlx-r of buyers residing near the city from coniins In and purchasing their goods.; There has been considerable activity in LreadstuCs during tha las! fcr days. The demand for whea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 May 1878

r. i. VOK XXVII- KO 38. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1878. WHOLE NO. 229. XOTH1SG GOOD Ml ALL VER PER-ism. Nolfiinsr good shall evf r perish, CIy the corrupt shall die; Trvuh, -which uen and angels cherish. Flourish eseternnlly. None are wiiolly God forsaken! All Hwscrel Imaee wear: None so fcsst but should awaken In our .urts a brother's care. 2nt a ir.Cnd but has Its mission Powwof worHlng woe or weal ; So drrrded none's condition. Battue world his weight may feel. Worcs of kindness, words or warning. Deem not thou mayVt speak in vain! Eve-a those the counsel scorning, Oft shall they return again. Though the mind, absorbed In pleasure, Hold the voice of counsel lischt. Yet doth faithful memory treasure "What at ürvt il seemed to sirght. Words of kindness we have spoken, May, when we have passed away, Heal, perhaps, some spirit broken, Gnde a brother led astray. Thus our very thoughts are living, Even when we are not here; Jov and consolation given To the friends we hold...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 May 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOENINT(x, MAY 8, 1878. WEDNESDAY, MAY 8. A pe-k of "war 5s glimmering on the Texas frontier. Which ia best, the religion our mothers taught us ir the infidelity Bob Ingersoll preaches? The European war clou I gets black and blacker. When it bursts, ruay a rain of prosperity fall on us. The republicans are sudden!' converted to the value of troth. It isn't found at the bottom of ?A'i7 wells especially Mad Wells. Thr republicans are always preaching equality Of the races. Why doti't they nominate some good colored man for a decent office? A rf.vari of five hundred dollars is offered by a radical council for toe arrest of a late radual member. Murphy should be sent after him. Casdidateh for positions upon the repub- j licantate ticket are neither numerous nor lively but a gilt net ruay yet be constructed that will capture enough victims. Is it lngersolls eloquence or peculiar views thai attracts Indianapolis audiences to his lectures? Do republica...

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

THE INDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOENING, MAY 8, 1ST 8- 3 A STRANGE SIORY. A Penitentiary Convict Discovered to be a Wcman. An Episode at Buflalo Penitentiary In Male Attire from Childhood Brav Mary Ann Senator's Start History. iCaffaJo Express. The narrative which we nor present before our readers will be found filled with Interest. It is indeed a strange story such as has seldom been written otherwise than in romance, dealing with a "Capitola" or perhaps the figure will be made stronger by saying a ' Billy Fier" in real life. It will be found to contain considerable of the romantic element, but darkened by a record of hard toil, such as in our age and country only strong men are supposed to perform, and crowned with misfortune and punishment perhaps entirely undeserved. On the 23d of October, ls77, William Freeman was sentenced to the Erie county penitentiary for one year and six months, the prisoner having pleaded guilty to a charge of burglary and larceny. Freeman was duly ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 May 1878

4 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNING, MAY & 1878. WEDNESDAY, MAY 8. THE EYANSVILLECOl KIEK AND THE STATE HOCKE. ' Among the few papers that are charging the formation of a state house ring here and asserting the impossibility of building the state house ad contemplated by the legislature, and within the limit of the appropriation made for that purpose, we note that the Evansville Courier is the most bitter and the most persistent. One of the proprietors of this paper is a candidate for secretary of state, and it is but fair to assume that these attacks nave his passive consent if not his active approbation. "We are surprised that one, who, like him, has had every opportunity for possessing himself of accurate knowledge concerning the character of the cooimisMoners, and also for obtaining all the tacts in relation to their action, should permit either of them tobeso unjustly assailed or their action so basely misrepresented. At the head of the commission SÜ3 Go...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 May 1878

0 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, -WEDNESDAY MOENING, MAY 8, 1ST 8- i V Country having contrived to fix leijal-tender United States notes at a discount of from, i to 40 per cent., then used thera at their face with which to buy into the pockets of the people, and every bond now paid or hereafter to be pat. I is simply a redemption by the eople, -dollar for dollar, iu coin, or the depreciated pit per originally invested In bonds. A system -of finance that discredited its own money at -the blddlne of the -bullion lrok-rs and assoCiated banker," in order that the t-apitalists tot the country might so Invest that discredited money as to compel the laboring classes to redeem it at par in old and silver, was indeed, m it whs so forcibly described, "u cunningly devised scheme, and iraugnt with sreat injury and ereat loss to I'll classes of people throughout this Union, except one." These, however, are not the only historical circumstances which cause the people to listen with impatience to the...

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

G echo. reallns from sun flushed era? at fall of day, Whisperm? at noon about the pathless wood, Mourning in yon black Jiollow, and away. Fly athwart the broad broit of the flood, Ho loot ran follow thee, no tongue can peak Of tue wild sorrow trembling in thy cry. But pitv t':iia would range tue world im seek, Somewhere, the passion of thy love-bright eye, Echo! and kiss the tear from thy pale cheek. And 1'Kl thee die. Alas, Immortal sorrow! Love many fall From the Kray dust that shapes the heart of man ; The magic lights of evening Hush and pale O'er the deep grave, aiid ali the stars are wan Wltn one nijiht's tears. But clear, and sad. and wild. At earliest dawn, and ere the sun ha domo Von bank of ruddy cloud hat lies high piled Along the sea. ere light breaks on tue loam, J near the cry, "Narclisjus!" flush, poor child, He tu not oine. So many voltes cry about the world For their dead youth dead in its own despite; That know not of the dreudful die it hurled. frtnkint one hour o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 May 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1878. GENERAL TELEGKA31S. Terrible Explosion r mt the Washburne rioar Mills t MinneapolisHTcntj Persons Reported Killed. Minseai olih, Minn., May 2. At 7 o'clock this evening the city was shaken as by earthquake by a terriüc explosion, which was promptly traced to the groups of great liouring mills in what is known as the platform, just a'DOve St. Anthony's Falls, where the entire liouring district of the city is concentrated. TUB EXPLOSION' came from the Great Washburne mill, from j which a column of tianie was seen to shoot up several hundred feet, followed by a crash which crushed the immense structure like an egg shell. E "5D.RY EXPLOSION instantly destroyed Thompson t Iloyt's and the Humboldt mills, and Haines immediately burst out, communicating to tbe ialaxy mills, those of Pet'it, Robimon A Co., Cahill, Ankeny & Co.. L. Day .1' Sons, Lay it Bollins, Buell, Newton . Co., and Garton, Hayward & Co., ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 May 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY -MORNING, MAY 8, 1878. 8 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL MOX1TT AND THE MARKETS. Omcir thi Indian a polth BK-rrrxwt,! Tuesday Eveking, May 7, una. f There has been bat llttleactivity In financial aflairs during Hie past week. The banks are Jn a healthy condition, and are doing their usual amount of business. Therein but little paper negotiated and rates of Interest rule steady at 8o10 per cent. We have nothing new to note In eastern exchange. The demand is lair and sales steady, baying at par and selllDg at 1-10?; premium. Commercial. This has been rather a dull week in a'l departments cf trade. The continued bad weather has put the country roads In anything but a good condition, and this has had a tendeney lo keep a lare number of buyers Trom the city. The grocery market Is reported as lelng frteady, and the demand for both staple and fancy goods is fairly active. There is a steady business belnz transacted In the dry goods market, and, with the excep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 May 1878

i ; f 1 1 A A ' XV ' ' .O 71 - a. . t i . . ri VOL.. XXVII. NO 39. INMAXAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1878. WHOLE XO. 230. Elk AS: Till T r ruin rr l I WE REAP W1IAT WE SOW. For pleasure or pain, for weal or for woe Til the law of our being, we reap what we We may try to avoid them may do what we will; But our acts, like our shadows, will follow us htm. Tbe world U a wonderful chemist, be sure. And detects In a moment the base or the pure, - M'e may boast of our claims to eenlu.s or birth, But the world takes a man for just what he's worth. We Mart in the race for fortune or fame, Aud theu, when we fall, the world bears the blame. Bat Line times in ten. It's plain to be seen. There's a "screw some where looe" in the human machine. Are you wearied and worn in this hard, earthly strife? Do you vearn for affection to sweeten your life? Keiuenaber this great truth has olten been proved ; "We must make ourselves lovable, would we be loved. Though life may appear ns a desolate track....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 May 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1878- WEDNESDAY, MAY 15. Bcchasaw thinks be may get one member In the legislature to play United States senator on. The Journal don't go much on the nationals. The "Plan" conceives well, but be is a failure on the delivery part. Ir Prentice was alive he would vcntiLe the Cameron-Sherman marriage. He would make them long for a little air. Ocr rooster is practicing his crow for next October. He treads lightly and briskly, for we have engaged a phonograph for him, and he expects to be heard all over Marion ounty. J EMS Bui'HASAS was seen on the street Yesterday afternoon, carpet bag in hand. He had a hungry look. It was thought he was on a raid to an out township. He is too lumincas for Indianapolis. The telegraph brings intelligence of the marriage of Senator -Cameron and Miss Sherman, at Cleveland, Ohio. The presents amounted to $100,000. One turn of the Sherman lever will easily screw that out of the people. The sweet breath of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 May 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAT 15, 1878. A RUSSIAN HEROINE. Trial and Acquittal of the Girl Who Shot Gen. Trepoff. ArnKlac the Inoalt Offered m Pol 1 lira 1 Prisoner at tne RlsU of Her . Life Fnller Details or tbe Excitement la St. Petersburg. St. Petersburg Cor. London Times.l All the world here is at present talking about the trial of Vera Zasulitch, the young person who, about two months ago. made an attempt on the life of Gen. Trepoff, the prefect of the city. The trial was held on Friday, and since that time the political complications and the eastern question have been quite thrown to the background. Tbe incident which gave rise to "the affair Zaaulitch" happened on the '25th of July of last year. At that time a considerable number of young people of both sexes accused of revolutionary propaganda were confined In one of the St. Petersburg prisons. Some of them were already condemned, and others were awaiting trial. On the morning of July 25 General Trepoff ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 May 1878

THE. INDIANA, STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, IAY 15, 1878, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15. D.nUCKATlC STATE TICKET IDH 1578 For Secretary of State, J. O. 8HANKUN of VanderlHirgh Oonnty For Auditor of State, MAHLON D. M ANSON of Montgomery Co. For Treasurer of State, "WILLIAM FLEMING ot Allen County. For Attorney General, THOMAS W. WOOLLEN of Johnson County For evpertntennt of FubUc Instruction, J. 11. SM AKT ot Allen ewanty. ILTfi i.as determined to veto the bill repeaEng'Mi bankrupt law if it should pass. SaFTEI. J. T" fcirK i bell w to be the owner ctheewV')rK World, Hendricks ousist to buy a. Journal, too. Cincinnati Kuquirer. lathe Enquirer for sale? T'e Xeff York Sun wants the Southern Methodist chnrck to dex ounce "the lying, "perjury and forgery" by virtue of which JL "B. "Hayes mounted into office. The Shylocke are still subscribing to the Jour per cent bonds, kut not a dollar-will they invest in any industrial enterprise 'whereby laboring men may have wo si: and "wages. ' Co?;res wi...

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