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

f"! ysy AAn vs s Aft ys YOL. XXYII. NO 42. INMAXAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MOHNESTG, JUNE 5, 1878. WHOLE NO. 233. r if i w mum t THE WATER HILL. Listen to tha water mill Through the live-long day; How the clanking or the wheels Wear the hours away ! LansinUlly the autumn wind Urs the green wood leaves; From t he fields the reaper sing. Binding up the sheaves. And a proverb haunts my mind, An a spell la cast The mill will never grind With the water that has past." Take the lesson to thyslf. Loving heart and true: Golden yeara are fleeing by, Youth Is pnssiuz, too. Learn to make the most of life. - Lose no happy day; Time will never bring thee back Chances wept away. Lenve no tender word unsaid, Love while love shall last "The mill will n-ver grind With the water that has past." Work while yet the daylight shines Man of strength and will; Never does the streamlet glide Unless by the mill. Wait not till to-morrow's sun Beams upon the way; JLU that thou can'st call thine own Li s In thine to-day...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 June 1878

THE rNDLVA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOBNING, JUNE 5, 187& WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5. UAYEV POST JK ASTER UENEBAL. The disgraceful exhibition which a perjury created president's pliant tool mates of himself by publishing an open letter to the people of the south is entirely in consonance with the degraded level the fraudulent postmaster general occupies in the estimation of all honorable men. From the day Key permitted Hayes to place upon his neck a abinet dog collar he has been a pliant tool in the hands of the presidential fraud. A mercenary traitor to his own record and to the section he misrepresents, he was doubtless reported by the crime stained conapirators who placed Hayes in office as pur reusable, and that he would accept a osition under stipulations that his ray would depend entirely upon bis capacity to play sneak and utter such jargon as would ba beat calculated to obscure the infamous record of J. Madison Wells, his retnming board associates and their confederate c...

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

THE DttJIASTA STATE SENTINEL, TVEDJtESDAY MORNING,. JUNE 5, 1878. brands and trade marks, in the absence ot Philip Ilaiall, of Richmond, V a., chairman, who was not present. The report is as follows: , Tbe committee on brands nt trade marks vould respectfully leportas follows: The value of property in trade marks, not only to miller, but to other industries, is only fully realized by those who have given th question very careful attea ion. It is a species of property that to many does not have the positive value wuirh attaches to your mill, ani yet sometime there In more real money valae in the reputation of the Hour than in the machinery with which it is manufactured. Sonn trade marks have great commercial value. One name on the article of starch Is estimated by the owners to le worth a quarter of :t ml lion of dollars, and this is not an over valuation. This is but one amon the many. The vului-of trade marks m this country would ag?regiite many millions of dollars. Vey many of the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 June 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SEOTEOTSL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 1878. . "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5. DEMOCRATIC STATE. TICKET FOB . 1ST. For Secret ry of State, J. Q. SHANKLIN of Vanderburgh County Far Auditor of Stat, MAHLQN D. M ANSON of Montgomery Co. For Treasurer of State, " WILLIAM FLEMINU of Allen County. For Attorney General, THOMAS W. WOOLLKN of Johnson County For Sanerlntendent of Public Instruction, .ILöMAKTof Allen county. Vokdek if Haves is still serene? It looks as though John Sherman would be Mexicanized. The title look bad. Sherman's letter knocks tne right and justice out of it. LorisJASA affairs look worse than was predicted; probably worse than the devil him elf believed was possible. John Sherman is now in tlie hands of Totter, iiad the probabilities are that he will be made into a vessel ol dishonor. If John Sherman is not ground in the mills' of the gods exceediDg'y small it will be because the mills arc out of order. Johx Sherman's memory is defective. The investigating commi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 June 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL.; WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 1878. 5 DECOR ATIOX POEM. A Newcastle, Indiana. BT JuKE O. HAKB1S. For fifteen years the palm ot peace Has stretched Its grateful arms to heaven ; Still mav It nourish and lncreae, By wars dread ll;htnlns never riven. Deep rooted In our kindly soil. Lung may It shelter weary toil. May Ireedotn rest beneath its shade, AUU, VDUe in saieiy sue reposes, May all this lovely land be made Tu blossom like a field of rose. May North and South as one combine To 8 w the fields by carnage blig&ted, Till the palmetto and the pineEmbrace above a land nulted; But hearts that love noi heio graves Are prisoned in the breasts of slaves. Time pours nepenthe for regret, And mercy holds the key to heaven, Hut do not ask us to forget. However muca may be forgiven. The palm of peace! To yon and me How sweet the breezes round it blowing; But dead ier than the upatree The shadows of its earlier growing. For 'neatb the sheltering arms it wav...

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

G THE INDIANA, STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNING, JUNE 5, 18; 8- LIVE FOR mWWETlIIXfi. Live for something, be not Idle, Look about thee tor employ; Sit not down In use les dreaming lbor is Uie sweetest Joy. Folded bauds are ever weary, Selfl.-h hearts are never gay, Life for thee ha h many duties Active be, then, while you may, 5-ratter bVsslngs In the pathway! Gentle words and c fermismlles Heuer are than gold or silver With their great creating wiles. Ah the pleasant sunshine falleth, Ever on the grateful earth, M let syiHpjttliy aud kindness Gladden well the darkened hearth. Hearts there are oppressed and weary; lrop the tears of h miathy, . Whisper word of hope and comfort. Give, aud tuy reward shall be Joy unto thy soul reUirulng. From this perfect fountain head; Freelv, as thou freely givcst, .Shall the grateful light be slied. INDIANA INTELLIGENCE. The Corydon schools have clcv.-d until September. They are already talking about the Fourth of Jaly in Terre Haute. Perry Tattle,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 June 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MQBNING, JUNE 5, 1878. 7 GENERAL TELEGRAMS. CRIHIXAL MATTERS. TAKEX FROM BED Alf D SHOT. Evasbyille, Ind., May 30. A. Ctorppagnett was taken from his bed at Owenfiville, Gibson county, last night, and shot to death by a mob, for disaolutenejs and a murderous attack on a quiet citizen. A DASTARDLY TRICK FIVE ME KILLED. Nrv York, May 30. Some one, as yet unknown, placed a tie on the Pr oe pect Tark, Brooklyn and Coney Island, railroad track last night, and the result was that a gravel train wu thrown from the rails and fire laborers killed and several seriously wounded. The killed are William Croft, Tatnck Cook, George Primerose, John Geohegan and John Ellis. TRAIS' ROBBERS. Salt Lake, May 30. About 10 o'clock last nigutaparty of masked men boarded the weit bound passenger train just after it left Percy station, entered the mfddle sleeping car and proceeded to rob the passengers. They took a watcU aod $100 from one passenger, $50 and tickets from ...

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

THE IXDIiVXÄ STATE SENTINEL, iraDNESDAT 8 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL HUSLT AJf D TUE MAKKETä. OlTICKOT TiTK IVDIA3AFOI.I3 8KNTnK 1 Mosdat Evejiq, Jane 3, 1S7S. There was a fair amount of business transacted In the local money market to-day. The banks and banking houses are met-ting the wants of their regular customers promptly, and strictly gllted? paper Is being negotiated at SiO per cent., though in some instance! a higher and lower rate I In-lng paid. Extern exchange is in moderate request, and rates rule steady at par buj in? and 110(3 Jg premium selling. I5DIASAP0LI3 CXEAKLNG HOCnZ. Clearings BAlances. Tor the month of January ...tvMS.'o) 11,111 000 For the month of February . 3,tm,541 For the month of March... ifimjM) For the month of April...-. 4.82i,' For the mon'.h of May 4.0il,0uo 7 0UO l.üL'.OHO t'obluirrriHI. There was -onslaerable ljusin-s3 transacted in tue general markets to-day, and prices, a a eneral rule, underwent but few changes. The pleasant weather hsis had a tel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 June 1878

INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 1878. VOL. xxvn. NO 43. WHOLE NO. 234. CUPID AND DEATH. Adapt! from ..Kaop's Fables. BY LIE O. HARRIS. As Cupid strayed one sultry day. Oppressed with heat and short of breath, He wandered from the path, and lay Aileep within the cave of Death. The quiver at his side tipped o'er. And all his arrows tumbled out. And lay where Death upon the floor Had strewn hi guttering darts alout. At length he woke; but who can tell The mischief In that moment done? He grasped the arrows where they fell. And some were Death's, and some his own. And now he speeds his mingled darts, But hnds them oft unfaithful prove, And carry death to youthful hearts That should have felt the shafts of love. And Death hlmseltoft sees with rage Ills arrows fail to stop the breath, And wound with love the heart of age, That should have felt the halt of Death. Lewlsville, June 10, 1S78. HOW HE PROPOSED. EY EBEN E. REXFORD. "Confound it." exclaimed Bachelor Craig, 4I wish I was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 June 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOKNING-, JUNE 12. 1878. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12. A strcno resolution against Mexicanizmg the government will be in order just to help Sherman out of h's trouble. A KEsoLt'Tio denouncing Anderson ami declaring that John Sherman never wrote that letter will be in order. Hayes rewarded all the crime-stained criminals, but the rads must declare him innocent of a knowledge of frauds notwithstanding. Bex Butler hm finally dragged Hayes into the investigation. Hayes will have to show the letters in his possesion relating to the Louisiana fraud and the conspirators. General Noble, General Wallace, General Haskell, Major Harriott, Colonel Wolfe and Captain Myers are candidates for nominations. This would be an army of officer1 without privates. Is endorsing the financial policy of the government the republicans must not omit the rcrnoiietization of silver and the prohibition of retiring greenbacks simply because they were democratic measures. "iive this man ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 June 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL,, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 1878: TIIE FORSAKEN. Gay form were thronging "round, lie I lov'd was putting by; He turned a cold glance on me, And I thought 1 heard him sigh. His eye, tat sparkled brightly once, Hau lost Its luster now; Joy had forever left that lip, And marble seem'd that brow. He turned hin hasty glance away From one he lov'd to well, Fearing, perl pa, his form, so changed, That hopeless love might tell. Upon his rm a fair bair'd girl Vas lfti.iln? gay and free; AIhs! she little thought bow well He was beloved by me. I would not have another know How deep was my despair, When I saw him by the altar kneel. And pledge bis honor there; That he would guard with life, with fame Protect in weal or woe, IIr, his own bride, who knelt too there, His best belov'd below. I 8 w his quivering Hps were prea-i'd IT poti her brow so lair; He thought noi. then, alas! that I, His rirst love, saw him there, I hoped his bride, that happy girl. Would love him...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 June 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTJJSEJU WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 1878. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12. Levispxe's name was forged only nine Ben Bctles has evidently cocked his eye after tacts. Jvhx Shibmas takes more interest liMndebates than be 1 s in syndicates. Toske Den Butler after Matthew; and 1 J ayes is the Irest an mal eh.'W of theseaeon. "What sort of a vesiel has the Washington Pottery made of Matthews? Don't ell speak at once. Hytv wrote to. Evarta that Anderson's case was a "special ca," and it -does look that war. Tr.E rads are jast now too busy in making exjhroations to hare much to say about "w solutions." JL-NDKRPON says he wants th-s radical party to win evr-y time. His deration to the party is unabated. T-BKMW.CKS are considerably above John Sherman just now They are fiat money, bet not half as fiat as John. Uob I-hjer.-oli demands that Hayes sball .-step-down. The devil himself is becoming ashamed of the fraud hiisiass. Ths general opinion js that Andersen is Just a shade bevter tha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 June 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 1878- 5 HORRIBLE CRim. A Double Murder in Hancock County, A Widow and Niece Murdered. Statement of the Accused Party. Full Particulars of the Dreadful Affair. Special to the Sentinel. Gbeexkield, Ind., June 8. This morning between 7 anl 8 a.m. the citizens of our quiet little city were horrified by the announcement that Mrs. Sarah Jane Wilson and her little niece, Anaretta Cass, had been cruelly murdered the evening previous at their residence in Green township, some 10 miles north of this city. Mrs. Wilson was aged about 43 years, and the little girl tome seven or eight years. Mrs. "V. was the wife of Woodford Wilson, an estimable citizen of Green township, who deceased some time last summer. Mr. Wilson left a will leaving his personal and realty to his wife (they were childless) tlnring life, and then in fee to William Wilson (a brother), Samuel Wilson's (a brother) heirs, Andrew Wilson and Woodford WLson (nephews), Elizabeth...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 June 1878

0 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL,, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 12, 1878 HOW LONG. BY LOUIdK CIIA.Nnl.r.K MUILTOX. 11 on ray grave the summer grass were growing, Or heedless winter wind aTOM It blowing. Through jovous Jane, or desolate December. llow Jong. iwtH'theart, how long would you memberHow long, dear love, how long? For brightest eyes open the summer. And sweetest smiles would greet the sweet new comer. Ami ou young lips grow kies for the takln. When all the summer buds to bloom are breaking How long, dear love, how long? Totlicdiralarvd where sad-eyed ghosts walk onlv. Where Üds are cold, and waiting hearts are lonely, I would not call thee from thy j'outh s warm blisses, Kill up your glass and crown It with new How long, dear love, how long? Too gay In June von might be to regret me. And living lips might woo you to forget me: But ah, sweetheart, I think you would rcmsraler When wind are weary in your life s December long, dear love, so long! JEALOUSY. IXew York Sun.l ' "I hate you...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 June 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL,, WEDNESDAY MOBNING, JUNE 12, 1878- THE INVESTIGATION. Ben Butler's Position Demoralizes His Friends. Sherman and Matthew lsel Vp More Letters In Reserve. Special telescram to the Chicago TimesJ Washington, June 5. Tbe republicans, however, are not trying to save Matthews, or even Sherman. They are only TRTI5U TO BREAK DOWX ANDERSON, to break his original story of cheating in the vote of the state of Louisiana. Already the republican cry is plainly heard to throw overboard all of the men who are involved. The New York Times' leader to-day, advising the republican party to throw overboard bath Matthews and Sherman, has created a marked sensation and added to the political demoralization. Those in the confidence of the leaders in thii investigation movement ?ay this is only by-play, and that they are indifferent to the assault upon Anderson. All of his testimony that is important can be substantiated by documents They are willing to concede that ANDERSON IS ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 June 1878

8 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING JUNE 12, 1878. r i . . - FINANCIAL A?.D COMMERCIAL MOXtT AM TUE MARKETS. 0"ICEK THK INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL,) Monday Evening, June 10. l!7S. J There i only a moderate demand for money, yet rates of interest continue steady at 310 per cent. Th?re is a fair request for eastern exchange. Th? bans receive it at par and sell It across the counter at 1-10 to per cent premium. INDIANAPOLIS OI-UUNO HOUBC. Clearings B!ances. For the month of January ...fälä.UXJ 11,190 000 Kor the month of February-. 3,U08,r44 17 000 For the month of March 4,5. 1.192.UUU For the month of April 4.Ci,ooo i;74.uio For the month of May 4,0l,UlA) l.(K,U00 Commercial. Tlie general merchandise markets were quiet to-day, and business was only moderate, yet prices were without especial change. The grain markets were unchanged. Wheat was dull with no shipping demand. Corn was firm under small receipts. J There was no change in provisions or produce. GRALN IN STORK. June 10,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 June 1878

VOL. XXVII- NO 44. INDIANAPOLIS, "WEDNESDAY MOENING, JUNE 91, 1878. "WHOLE NO. 235. v. r 1 RELIGIOUS MATTERS. God Knaweth Beat Sometime, when all life's lessons have been learned. And sun and stars forevermore have Bet, The things -which oar Judgments here have spurned The things o'er which we grieved with lashes wet "Will flash before us out of life's dark ntaht, As stars shine moot in deeper tints ot blue; And we shall see how all Ood's plans were right, And how what seemed reproof was love most true. And we shall see how, while we frown and sigh, God's plans go on as best for you and me ; How, when we called, lie heeded not our cry, Becaiu His wisdom to the end could see; And even as prudent parent disallow Too much of sweet to craving babyhood, Bo Uod, perhaps, Is keeping from us now Ltfe's sweetest things because it seemeth good. And If, sometimes, commingled with life's wine, We And the wormwood, and rebel and shrink. Be Hure a wiser hand than yours or mine Pours out this port...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 June 1878

2 THE IXDLVNA STAITE SENOnSEv lDKESDAY MOENDTG. JUNE 19, 1878. WEDNESDAY, JUNK 1U. Bismarck wifl helibe .ruling spirit of the peace congress. Jons Sherman did write tbat letter. Let him be impeached. , . ,,4 r Ohio rad.t aret a discount Sherman, Matthew and Hajes. Staslky Matthkw is willing fc jretofTIf they will do no more than vote Mm a fool. It appears that ILiyes bail . a a aver.-ion to meeting Anderson, lit feared O face his tool. John Shkrvvk is jast now tinder joinp a shrinkage compared with current estimates before his tcoundrelism was exposed, and he is not worth five cents on the dollar. TnE adrukdon Is now made by the conspirators that the certificates upon which the electoral commission based it9 action were forgeries, and, as a consequence, . Hayes' title resti upon crimes confessed. Last year some of us were for Tan I, gome for Silas, and some for C'jesar, but in-uhty few for 'brist, f Applause and lauxbter. Judge Went to the Ohio radical convention. . That's so. " In ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 June 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; WEDNESDAY MOKNING JUNE 19, 1878. A WOSAS'8 KISGDOH. ZmdeaTorlMS to Provide m Place Where She Will Reiff Supreme. Philadelphia Times. Mrs. Fletcher Harper, the younger, without any fuss or parade, has taken in hand an enterprise. that quite throws into the shade Judge Ililton'i costly failure. Down at Atlanticville, near Lorn? Branch, the has bought the Seashore cottage, sometimes a family club bouse, and ou the first of July it will be opened aa a summer resort for working women. ' The scheme of management devised for this pleasant retreat for tired women reads like a stray chapter from "The Princess." Within the confines of the charmed domain woman alone is absolute. That elegant embodiment of cynicism, the modern hotel clerk, will not stand at the receipt of custom in Mrs. Fletcher Harper's seaside Lome; in his place will be a woman, und a pleasant, kindly woman, too. we feel well assuml one who will welcome the coming j and speed the parting guests in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 June 1878

4 THE INDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1878. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19. This queKion cow is, can a president be 'dlyekrted" by fraud? Wrex will Lire Piafcston, Mwrat Halstead's swamp angel, appear? Johm Shxrmah may fee impeached; let him go -and join bis embrrling brother. The European ooares is in session but It hasn't got a Totter investigating committee. A Gesiral Dervn irom the republican party will be In oeier soon concerning Florida. The Ci nein nail Enquirer regards Hayes title as "unalterable," and unhalterable alM we suppose. In his next speech General Sherman should tell the country what lie thinks of John Sherman and Juchre Sherman. More than a sore of fraud, convicted and perjury cursed scoundrels, including John Sherman, wb "helped to"duly elect" Hayes, haye been rewarded with fat offices. Will Henri Watterson be required to tell about those "one hundred thousand un'anned Kentnckisns" and the bursting of the "brass hooped democratic piggin"? It Is rattoer-cr...

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