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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 May 1878

THE rSTBIAA STATE SENT1KEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1878. FORTY-FIFTH CONGKESS. REGULAR SESSION. house. The FrvwKlciitlal Fnwl Atit tUaler K InveMlgiitlon la ttalw BriMh ( Con. t Resolution IntrodnresI by Mr. rllrr-IntfmUDs Ibate mm Hot hi Side of the II Ott. WacIiiotox, May 13. Tbe vote by which the main question was ordered on th kill to rt gnlate the inter-state commerce was reconsidered, and the bill wer over till to-iuorrow. Nr. Lapbaa. introduced a joint resolution reefting the darjger to which the country ny be subjected by the threatened eruption of fitting full by raids across the Mexican nd Canadian border, and by insurrections Sn several -states, such as occurred last v,ear, and authorizing the president if, in his judgment it may seem trecessary, to increase the arar during the recess of congress by tbe enVistment of volunteers not to exceed 75 000 "m number. Mr. Totter, as a question of privileee, presented the following preamble and resolution: Whereas, The state of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 May 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTTXEI WEDNESDAY MOHNING, MAY 15, 1878. beaitiitl tiiixuh. Beautiful face are those that wearIt matters little 1 dark or fair Yhole-souled honesty printed there. Beautiful eyes are those that show. Like crystal panes where hearth-fires glow, Beaatiiul thoughts that burn below. Beautiful lips are thowe whose words Iraa from the heart lik songs of birds, et whose utterance prudence girds. Beautiful hands are those that do orte that Is earnest and brave and true. Moment by moment the long day through. Beautiful feet are those that go On kindly ministries to and fro Down lowliest ways, if God wills it so. Beautiful fchoulders are those that bear Ceasl:ss burdens of homely care With patient giace and daily prayer. Femit if ul lives are those that bless Klient rivers of happiness, Whoe hidden fountains but few may guess. Keautifnl twillzht, at set of snn. Beautiful goal, with race well won. Beautiful rest, with work well done. Beautiful graves, where grasses creep, Whe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 May 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNING, MAY 15, 1878. GENERAL TELEGRAMS.The National Powwow at rittsbnr;. Philadelphia, May 9. The national convention continued ita session until 2:30 this morning, owing to a bitter discussion on the platform, and resumed ita session and discussionat I o'clock to day, wltn but little more than half the delegates present F. V. Hughes made a speech, largely upon the labor question, favoring eight hours for work, and deprecating the employment of children in factories. Other speeches followed, but wer interrupted frequently and unpleasant exDressions exchanged. i. 1. Dewees, chairman of the state central committee, read a more conservative platform than the one read the niht before, and it was loudly cheered. Ernerson, of Beaver, moved it be adopted, when there were loud cries ot 4-NTo gag law!" "Hold on!" A delegate from Fayette alluded to the mob of Luzerne, which brought forty delegates to their feet. Exceptions were taken to a portto nof the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 May 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOltNING, MAY 15, 1878- FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL MOXET AXO TIIK 3IAXKEIS. Orncior ths ImnAic apoms Hkntinki, I Tl'KsnAY EvkINQ. May II. 1(J7S. I Tl'.i money market ha bet-n exceedingly qui- t during the past week. TDe amount of busiiiesn transacted by the bunks and banking houses has been fair. There has been but a small amount of paper negotiated, and rates of interest are unchanged, being reported steady at 8 10 percent. The demand for eastern exchange is fairly active, the banks purchasing at par, aud hales across the counter being made at 1-10 '-8 premium. CCElA'AFOLI3 CLEARING llOCTbC. Clearings. BIanoef. ror the month of January .fo,5l;,wJ i.iw ou Knr the month of February.- 3i,UhV44 For the mouth of March.... 4,5X40(1 For the i.iontli of April 4,82 j,CM.J 7 000 1.192.U0O 2K.IW0 10,000 52.1HI0 42,000 47,000 42,010 5H,i)00 2700 WedneMlay, May 1 ..... ThuiNday, May - Friday, May 3.... Saturday, May 4...Monday, May rt . Tuesday. May 7 .. Wedn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 May 1878

.; ;:!:;!(;,: YA(.i.:r''.:;vr t:i:ri.T7.:i. :ny.'i? lvjmw.i :un . V . ... VOL. XXVIL NO 40. IXDIiJSTiVPOLIS, WEDNESDAY" MORNING, MAY 2 2, 1878. WHOLE NO. 231. r r. r. l I mil i ft tf III . "S. Ill X N ism nvn n v rM v t fro i AX APOLOGY FOR FLIRTATION. "Ah, women nrw fleRIe!" you tell me. " Well, yes if by fickle you mean A trifle leu false than you men aie, And greatly more true than we seem." 'Bnt women are eroel ho cruel ! They flatter and coax for awhile. Then tread on the heart that we give them. And deal us a blow with a smile." We are cruel, it may be, but cruel In a million of charm Ins? ways; JSo sorry at times to have hurt you, bo kind on the gloomiest days. P.ut ycu men ! yon calculate nicely How near you may go, or how far. And never one moment you soften, .Nor pity the hopes thai, you mar. 44 A nd 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 so sweet. You leave it to lie on the roadsid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 May 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 1878- WEDNESDAY, MAY 22. ' 1 : Democracy' and low taxes. This is the motto that will win in October. Congress never did a braver act than to demand thorough investigation of -Hayes' title.'- . ' ' i' Bex Butlm is in favor of unearthing the 'frauds by virtue ot which ' Hayes exercises power. . " - The Cincinnati Enquirer is a Hayes organ. It talks of his title just a3 if it had not been obtained by perj ury. . The radicals are of the opinion that the democrats are making capital for 18S0. They are making capital for all future time. Accoriu-vg to the Cincinnati Enquirer, if - a man has got quiet possession of a stolen horse, the title ought not to be distured. H m an mmm The army is to be cut down to 20,000, and this sized establishment will cost the country for the fiscal year ending June 3' 137!, the sum of $33,029,671.', i r ' , The radical gerrymandering swindle of Ohio is wiped out. A democratic legislature performed the job...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 May 1878

THE -INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOENING, MAY 22, 1878. LITTLE" PEOPLE. . ..... .BY J.a.WHJTTIKK. A dreary place would be this earth, ' Were there no little people in It ; The song of life would lose Its mlrib. Were mere no children to begin it. 2fo little forms, like bads to grow, And make the admiring heart surrender; Jo little hands on breast and brow. To keep the thrilling love chord tender. The sterner souls would grow more stern. Unfeeling nature more Inhuman, And man to toio coldnow turn. And woman would be leb than woman. Life's song, indeed, would lose Its charm, Were there no bablen to best in it; A loleful place this world would be. Were there no little people in it. " III KKAII FOR AMERICA.' Wbat a French Lady Writes from Sew York to Paris. .Mrae. Lyde PaüchkofT la Tarlx Figaro. I only arrived yesterday and am horribly tired. All day long I received visits from reporter?, who asked me point blank my age, mv history, my tastes, my character, my political opinions, m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 May 1878

THE IHDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 23, 1878. WEDNESDAY, MAY 22. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET FVR -: - S7H. - ' Tnr Secretary of State. .... J. O. rJILAXXLlN of Vanderburgh Coe.uty Ter Auditor of Stat. VASliON D. M ANSON of Montgomery Co. "'For Treasurer of State, WILLIAM FLEMING of Allen County. For Attorney General, THOMAS W. WuuLLKN of Johnsom County For Superintendent of Public Instruction, J. IL SMART ol AÜn courrty. If anything nnlr braven was require! to tlentonstrate tbe justice of -the presdienticl fnrid investigating commit !c it was tLe determined opposition of the radical onafirators. That settles the question. The senat yesterday, by a rote of 30 .; 2, made Grant peir-toner, fne purpose of the amendnent was to kill the bill gfcing pension to "General Shield?, To haverplaced General Ftv.morit on the pension i would have Wen approved by the courtry, but Grant ioe not ir?ed a pension. Fb"mtIiimj .he Indianapolis Sntlnel this warning ,re concfcr.de that it desigw...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 May 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNINÖ, MAY 22, 1878 4 (JENERAL TELEGRAXS. What II a yen Tblnkf of tb PropoMd In--veatlxatlon I tbe Florida I'randa He Tblnks Hard or the Southern Democrat for 1 DK Rae it on Ulm. New York, May 18. The Time's special saya: "A gentleman in the confidence of the president and baying perfect knowledge of Mr. Hayes' views respecting the recent proceedings of the democratic majority of tbe house, said this evening that the president, while maintain his natnral equanimity of temper, was not inclined to look lightly on the situation. He did not think it waa a matter to treat with indifference; great events in history had sprung from small beginning. Tracing the movement from its birth the president has been strack with its rapid growth.. He points to signiticent circumstance that such independent and influential men as. Alexander II. Stephens ar- already powerless to stay the caucus. Whatever the result of the investigation might be, whatever disclosu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 May 1878

TUE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 1878. 6 THE HEROES WHO DIED. God knows who was right." Ah, yes. it Is trne, And the God of the Gray Is the God of the Blue: lie bore their proud spirit To mansions above, -Anl lie crowned them at last With II U garland of love. The grass grows green On the graces where they lay, The fiowers bloom alike O'er the Blue and the Gray; And loved one's tears Are mingling with dew. While with it CroU blewnen The Gray and the Bine. In heaven above u God opens His gateNo si life or contention, No discord, no hate; The portals are open. And there, side by side. Stand the heroes of battle The herces who died. God welcome them nil: Ihougb, in battle's array, One bore the bright Blue And the other the Gray, Thoaih one fought for Union, The other for State, One angel of mercy Guided all to God 8 gate. And there, at the right hand 01 Him who is just. Away from the mortal And up from the dust There, tbere by God's throne. Far away from earth's g...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 May 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MOHNING, MAY 22, 1878. 7 GENERAL TELEGRAMS. Tt Democratic KfprwnUIMM In Ca-rns-The Adjournment Question Discussed Tbe investigation of the Election Frauds In Florida to be Carried nt. Washington, May 14. The caucus of dem ocratic members of the house was held this 'afternoon immediately after adjournment. -J Representative Clyraer occupied the cba'j. The first question was the senate concurrent resolution proposing the 10th of June as the time for closing the present session. The house had postponed its consideration until the 15th (to-morrow.) Representative Wood moved that the consideration be further postponed until the 5th of Jane. This was disagreed to and on motion of Representative Franklin the postponement was extended to the 29th of the present month. Daring the debate it was claimed that the present state of public business would not per o it a day to be fixed for adjournment. The house should hold this power in Its own bands. In addi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 May 1878

TIIE; INDIANA STATE SENTINEL,, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 22, 1878- s FINANCIAL AMD COMMERCIAL HOXET AND TUE MARKETS. OrriCKor rnx Iitdiawapoltb Sstthnicl, I TrDAT Evxvixa. May 21, 1ST. I The money market daring the week closing with to-day has been very quiet. There has been some little first class paper negotiated, aud Mts of interest rule steady at SS10 per cent. Eastern exchange 1 iu fair demand; the banks continue buying at iar and wiling across the counter at l-103' premium. INDIAS APO LIS CLKAEIXQ H0UBK. Clean ngs Balanoes. For the month of January ...fö,5i5,ooo l.iwu oui . . ... vuill (JhTfKIO For the month of February For the month or March For the month of AprilWednesday, May 1.... Thursday, May 2. .... Friday, MV 3 Saturday, May 4...Monday, May 6... ........ Tuesday, May 7.... Wednesday. May 8 Thursday. May . Friday, May 10 Satrday, May 11 -. Monday. May 13 Tuesday, May 11 . Wednesdav, May 16 Thursclav.'May ltf Friday, May -i Saturday, May 18 Monday, May -0..... 4, 5 U00 121,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 May 1878

i Elte VOL. XXVII- "JSO 41. INDLYKAPOLIS, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY, 29, 1878. WHOLE NO. 232. f TIRED MOTHERS. A little elbow lean upon your kuw, Your tired knee, that has so much to bear; A child's dear eyes are looaing lovingly From underneath a tbaich of tangled hair. Perhaps yon do mt heed the velvet touch Of warm, moist Angers, folding yours so tixht; You do not pr!e this Welsing over innen. You altno are too tired to play to-night But it Is klewsrdness! A year asjo I did not see it I do to-lay "We are so dxril and tfcankless, and too slow ToeAtch the sunshine till it slips away. And now it seems warpassin? straime to ine Ttwt, while I boic the bade of motherhood, I dit not kiss more oft and tenderly Tue little child that brought me only good. And irwmie nlgkt wiin you ltdown to rest loaTftis this elbow from your tired kuee, Tkls restless, curling head from ott your This lisping terjgue that chatters constantly? HfrwiVour own the dimpled hands had ilped. And ne'er would nestle in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 May 1878

THE INDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOItNING, MAY 29, 1818- WEDNESDAY, MAY 2T. The Cincinnati Commercial does not admire the jm-snattel of tlie investigating cow mit ti e. A good sign. W'r judge from tli8 appearance of the delegates to the national"' convention that ''the Plan" won't have as e&iy a time selling them out to the republicans as somebody had in Wf;. Tin; Lafayette Courier screams wildly. "Republicans to tbe front!'' It is very jmis sible the editor of that paper might feel safer if he had a post office building in front of hit fi-uie. The republican party la not dead. It doesn't even s!ee p. Journal. No, but it steals and commits forgeries and perjuries, and will never cease its criminal career until it is dead and damned. Do your -worst, says Sherman. I liave nothing to fear, says Hayes. Send for me promptly, says NoA ei. Cincinnati Gazette. These roguish chaps will all be attended to in due time and the list might prudently be extvndt!. The fa t tbat, th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 May 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1878. 3 HOHE IIXRT. If I had known in the morning llow wearily all the day The words unWind Would trouble my mind, I said when I went away, I had been more areful, Carting, Jinr Riven you heedless paid ; But we vex "ourown"' With look and tone We may never take hack again. Far though in the quiet evening I may give you the kiss of peace, Yet it might be . That never for me The pain at the heart'should cense. How tnauy go forth In the morning That never come home at night ! Ami hearts have been broken liy harsh words spoken That sorrow can ne'er set right. We have careful thought for the stranger, And smiles for l lie tuinetiine guest. P.ut oft for "oar own" The bitter tone, Though we love "our own" the best. Ah! lips with curse impu'ient! Ah! brow with Hint look of scorn! Twere a cruel fate Were the night too late . To undo the work of the morn. Estou Pilot. DEMOCRATIC DOCTRINE. The rial lor in or tbe Parly AIopleljU the Slate C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 May 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOKNINÖ, MAY 29, IS 78- WEDNESDAY, MAY 2!. DC.noCK.lTIO STATE TlVUtf 1'OK 1ST. For Secretary ofSt.it. J. O. SHANKLIN of Vanderburgh County For Auditor of State. MAHLON D M ANSON 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. SM AKT ot Allen county. RADICAL DUOHXtEl'ISG. The triumph of radicalism was the production of an epidemic of scounirelism that has scourged the country from center to circumference. Nothing like it was ever, known before in any civiliz?d. half civilieil, barbarous or heathen country on God's green earth. "Whatever it touchel that was of good repute withered and died. Radicalism, with fangs like a hooded cobra and amis like a devil fish, wa- peculiarly fitted for destroying the country. Bloodthirsty as a tiger, relentless cs death, false as a mirage, and s essentially Corrupt that a whited sep...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 May 1878

THE INDIANA STATiJ SEKTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MOßNING, MAY 20, 1878. 5 GENERAL TELEGRAMS. TERRIFIC STORM. DOINGS OF THE T0RXAD0 AT MINERAL POI5T A LARGE SUMBER OF PERSONS KILLED ASD MAXT W0C5DED. Dcbcqcf, la. May 24. The Herald has the following special concerning the tornado :at Mineral Toint, Wisconsin : "The terrible tornado which struck Mineral Point Thursdar evening entered from a southwest direction. It first struck the lead smelting furnace of James Spencer, tearing it almost to ruins. It next carried off the house of John Coleman, badly injuring Mr. Coleman, hi two daughters and Tip Alltn, who were in the house at the , time. It then struck the residence of John Spe isley. carrying the houe from Its foundation, and in anotner instant shattering it to splinters.' Mr. Spensley'a barn -was taken up and carried off, and a horse, which was in the barn, carried away with it, and neither horse or barn or any portion of either of them have been found. Friendof Mr. Spans!ey from Dubuque, s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 May 1878

G THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 29, 1878. DAIST PICKIXG. A little child, kne-deep In meadow grasses Jler tiDy apron heaped with blooms of spring; X.i?htlv above her head the soft v lnd passes; BSwcUy along her way the blue birds sing. tinlck fly the eagor glances hither, thither, The little grasping tinkers know no bounds; Alretuly oine fair buds begin to wither, Home f liy drop unnoticed to the ground. To matter now, the world 19 full of sweetness; fitretrhes the field before her wide and gay; Jtfitbe little heart that knows no incompleteness. 2Jo toucn of gloom in fill the sunny day. Ah, gladly take what springtime brings of gladnf-ss, Eacu tender blossomed joy of childhood's hour: Porday will come when, treading slow In sadness. Thou may Vt search vainly for one wayBide flower. Home Journal. INDIANA INTELLIGENCE. Hoie thieves are ravaging Allen county, Decoration day will be generally observed in New Albany. A Catholic school bouse is in progress of Construct...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 May 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL., WEDNESDAY MOANING, MAY 29, 1878. GENERAL TELEGRA3IS. Tlie Democralie .Convention it ftit-bnrg-The platform A nd re vr II. Dill, of VdIom County, miuaiel for Governor. Iitt5BLE.s lay 23. The democratic state couventicn reassembled at 'J 'o'clock this : nomine, and the report of the committee on contested eats laying been made and the contestants -eated a permanent organization was aflVcted by the election of lion. Oha. IL Euckalew permanent president Mr. Sowden, of Lehigh, obtained recognition, and moved that after tLe nomination of governor the convention proi eed to ballot for lieutenant governor. This being contrary to the regular order of nominating it wa? objected to, and the yeas and nays being ordered ths nomination was defeated yea. 121; nay?. 125. Mr. Sodden then moved to leal the nomination with that of supreme judge. Rejec ted, and the chair announced that the jegular ord r voul! be adhered to, and that the conveation would proceed to ballot fo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 May 1878

THE ISTDIAiwV STATE SESTTSnEL, T7EDJTESDAY MOENIXÖ, MA.Y 29, 1878 FIIIAHCIALAHD COMMERCIAL MO.NET ASD THE MARKETS. Orncxor th Iitoiasapolis riKrtVSax,! TYesday EviMSQ, May 2S, 1878. I The kxU money market ha.s unU-r,?one but lew clM-Mgc during the week cloMnii with this venln. The hanks nre transacting a fair juiHHint of business. There is some little paper being ncKOtintetl, but in all cases It lias to Ik? BtrtoUy first class. Katt'S vt Interest Mere bJ !.- at 810 ier cent. Kasbern exchange Is in fair demand. The )nV.i continue to buy at pur, ami wile across the i-.inter are Wing male at 1-10 .'i pre-xv-urn. LSDLA.SAPOLI3 CUASI5Q HOUBC. Clearings. Balance. For the month of January ...Sö,515,uu0 f 1,190 Olli Kor the month of t etruary. J,butv44 For the month of March-.. .öSMtu For the month of April..... O-V") 7 IM l.lW.WJO i;j74,ow 2S.IM) 4,tU 32.0" 52jIU 42.UM 47,WH) 42,010 &, 27, (MO 30,01)0 2,000 :.,M i,(X -5,tlU) 34,(110 4f.U0 2V.1M ls.ooo 41,000 4.S.0U0 44.000 2a,u...

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