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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 June 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SEOTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNING, JUNE ia 1878- GENERAL TELEURA3IS, THE IS DIAS WAR, Particular oft Plan of t fM-klar tbe Redtiavlaa A Cordon C lYoop Crrndnally NarrtMtlac th IItll A Larg-e Somber of ltopredatlons Be ported. Sax Frasitrco, Jine 1?. A SilTer City dispatch eays: "General Howard reached Camp Lyons yesterday. Colonel Whipple's companies of oyer 100 mounted men, morinfc to effect a junction with Colonel Bernard's command, left Sheep ranch yesterday in the direction of Stein's mountain. The junction will be effected this evening or to-morrow morning. General Howard fcft Camp Lyons this morning for Malheur. It is his intention to proceed up the Malheur with Stewart's throe companies of cavalry, and be prepared to head off the hostile. An effort will be made to corral the savages. There are, however, nearly 700 Indians on the wsr path, including the Bannocks, Net Perces. Shoshoii's and Piutes. During Sarah "Winnemucca's recent trip in the hostile C3mp she gaine...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 June 1878

G THE INDIAXA STATE: SEKTIKEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JütfEl 9, 1878, Jl'XE. BY LEE O. HARRIS. jweet May, upon her flowery bier, Lies pallid now, her wopter gone, " And June, the queen of all the year, 1 1 a pat her crown of roieü on ; And round her lovely fjrra she twines A zone of honeysucklf vines. Bright. butterflU-s and beauteous things About her sunny tresses play; Tho bumming bird, on trembling wings, With rapture meets her on the way, And, drinking kin.-- from her lips, tirows drunken with the twevU toe sips. The air is heavy with perfume Where, nndtrnent h t he locust trees Or ankle deep In clover bloom, she walks, surrounded by her bees, hile winds, that follow in her train, Go -portins: through the ripening grain. She scatters blossoms, wild aud sweet, - With lavish hand elons; the lanes, And by the brook her rosy feet Uiow redder with the berry stains. And buttercups, to see her pass, " fciand tip toe In Nie meadow gras. She stoops in tenderness to set Her blossonn on the to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 June 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1S78- 7 GENERAL TELEGRAMS. The eastebx QCEsnojr. Movement I Bnnlu n4 Turkish Forces Tl OpnlnE ot the Fear Cod Kress. Kelgrad, June 13. Prince Milan has postponed going to Niscb, on account of the mobilization of the Austrian array, which creates undefined apprehensions and abundant political speculation. TO BK INCORPORATED. The territory granted to Servla on the western frontier by the treaty of San Stefano will, according t a princely ukase just issued, be Immediately Incorporated. RUSSIAN M0VEMB5TS. BrciiAREsr, June 13. Several thousand Russians have arrived in Roumania from Russia daring the past few days and taken positions on the line of posts fating the southern outlets of the Carpathian passes between the rive-s Argish and Sereth. Troops from the Dobrudja are also crossing the Danube for the purpose of camping upon the high ground on the Roumanian side as much sickness prevails south or the river. ANOTHER GRECIAN OUTBRE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 June 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOENTNXx, JUNE 10, 1878. 8 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL HOXET AJTD THE MARKETS. OrnCKOFTHE IXPIAMAPOUSSKSTTS .) MuSbAT EvksixG, June 17, 187. ) The money market Is quiet. Ratca of !nterett are steady at K10 jer cent. There Is still a fair demand for eastern excbanje. The banks receive it at par and sell It acravi the counter at 1-10(9! per cent premium. IXDL4HAIOLIS CUABIVQ HOOT. Clearings. Balance. For the month of January .J5,515,(XM f 1,190 ODO For the month of February 3,008,544 For the month of March. 4.5K1. For the month of Aprll. 4.H25.000 For the month of May... 4,021,000 7 000 1.1 2,000 1,374.01 1,028,000 Comniftrial. Trade was quiet In the local merchandise markets to-day, and prices were In the main unchanged. Cash wheat H In light supply, with a moderate shipping and local milling demand. Corn was weaker and lower under a further decline at the seaboard. There was nothing new in provisions or produce. GKAIX 1H 8TOKX. June 17, Uf78. Wheat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 June 1878

t X?... .IT VOL. XXVII. NO 45. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE JG, 1878. WHOLE NO. 236. HEB LETTER. BY BRET HAKTE. I'm sitting alone by the fire, Dreswed jtutu I mafrom the danee la a robe even you would admire It cost a cool thousand In France; I'm be-dlamonded oat of all reason. My hair 1 done up In a cue. In short, sir, "the belle of the season Is wasting an hour on you. A dosen engagement I'velsrokcn ; I If ft In the midst of a set; Likewise a proposal, half spoken, That waits on the stalrs-for me yet. They nay he'll rich when he grows up And then he adores me Indeed, And you, sir, are turning your nose op, Three thousand miles off, as you read. . "Aad how do I like my position?;' "And what do I thin of New 1 ork?" And now, In mv higher ambition. With whom do I walk, flirt or talk?" "And unt it nice to have riches. And diamonds and silks, and all that?" "And aren't it a change to the ditches And tunned of Poverty Flat?" . Well; yes If yon saw ns out driving Each day In the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 June 1878

2 , THE INDIANA STATE SENTTNEI, WEDNESDAY MOBNING, JUNE 26, 1878. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26. Radical stiffs" John Sherman and Stanley Matthews. "Fiat M05ET idiots" is the republican Dame for the nationals. W hardly think It fair for the republians to expect a democratic congress to proTide them with fat places like the Hot Springs commission. Thk Totter investigation is likely to gTOW Immensely in interest during the vacation. Every thing now points towards Hayes like at tie tracks to a slaughter house. By an oversight the bill continuing the Hot Spring commission was not enrolled. This is a great misfortune for the commissioners now will have to psy their own bills at the Hot Springs. They've been there long nongh anyway to haye fully recovered. Thk cry is still for Grant. The men who plundered the revenues of the coantry Immediately under his eye and with his approval would be delighted to Lave him'once more in command. Bat the age of steal has passed. Thieves will have to take a back se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 June 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNTNGr, JUNE 26, 1878. 3 THE INDIANS. The Tlireatened Troubles on the Frontier the Result of Bad Treatment by th8 Government and Its Agents. Corrupt Radical Offieisls are Bewponsible for the War. INewTorkTlme. The Idaho Indians hare shown, as a whole, remarkable tractability and a striking willingness to conform, in some measure, to the ways of the white race. From their first Intercourse with os they hare been far more friendly than many of the tribes of the Mississippi and Missouri valleys. The Bannocks and Shoshones, now in revolt, were allies of oar troops for many years, and furnished them soldiers' until a very recent date. Buffalo Horn, the leader of the present war, was, op to last winter, a favorite scout of Generals Howard and Crook. The same was true of the Nez Ferce, up to the time of their revolt prior to tha during' seventy vearj or intercourse, no Nex Perce, it is believed, has ever killed a white man, except in one justifiable ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 June 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTIKEL, WEDNESDAY MOKISTN'G, JUNE 26,1878. 1 "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26. BF.nOCRATIC STATE TICKET FOB SECRETARY OF STATE . JOHN Ü. SHANK. LIN, of Yarulerburg County. A CD I TO 4 OV STATl MA1ILON I. MANSON, of- Montgomery County. Treasurer or Statk WILLIAM FLEMING, of Allen County. Attorney General THOMAS W. WOOLLEN, or Johnsou County. 6lTKBi?rrF.:TDEifT er Public Inwtrhctioj JAMES H. SMART, of Allou Couuty. Marion Coaaly TTlekcf . - Kf.f'kisentatives 8AMTJEL F. COREY, GEORGE UYER, ÜEOHUE M'EESK. Clkrk THOMAS F. KYA.N. SHakirr KICIIAUD J. UKIOllT. Auditor BENJAMIN F. JONES. Treasojrek SAMPLE LOFTIN. COKONER CHARLES M. M ETC ALF. COMJf ISSI03TKR First District DAVII B. HOSBUOOK. Second District-JEKüxMlAH UOULE. The colored men are cutting loose from the icpublican party. .Russia and England will not tight. The czar continues to make concessions. Thk election in California from present indications was carried by the agitators. This is especially the case in the cities. Too...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 June 1878

THE IOTIÄXAJ STATE SEKTINEL, TrEDNESDAY' MOROTIN'Gb!' JUNE 26.-1878., HEWITT TO BE UIE. Wattersoa Charges Elm With Personal Dishonor and Betrayal of Friends, In that lie Failed to Tell the Committee of Advtsenieat hat Tilden Disapproved or the Eleo . toral Bill. Nkw York, Jane 23 Hon. Henry WaU terson, editor of the ixmisville CourierJournal, publishes in the Sun of Sunday (this) morning, an open letter to the Hon. Ab rani S. Hewitt, in which he says: 4,ou know, and I know, that Mr. Tilden disapproved of the electoral bill. You know and I know that yon spent Bunday, the 14th of January, in New York, and that he made his objections sufficiently known to you. On Monday evening.the- 15th of January ,a meeting of the committee of advisement considered the terms of the bill and hypothetically submitted to it; that at that meeting I oppo3ed them; that yoa were dumb as an oyster with regard to Mr. Tiltlen's opinions; that finally we ail agreed to support the measure, moat of us believing i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 June 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOBNING, JTJNE 26, 1878. G A. SZWIBOVS TEBSIOS OF HAMLETS souixxiirr. BT GABST OWE!. Toby, or not Toby, that's what's the matter with Banner; . "Whether 'tis Just the cheese to suffer The klc s and caffs of these outrageous cops. Or put yer props up and bast 'em oa the snoot. And when you bust 'em, end 'em? To fly to JTo more; and by this git-op-and-glttlng to say we end . , The racket, and the thousand sockdologers That we fall heir to: lis a consummation Devoutly to be wished. To soak to hock Yer upper benjamin at yer ancle s to git The "sugar" for a Rood quare meal ; ay, there s Thepurty work. Major Burke; For In such scrapln for yer daily bread Yer liable to be pulled and shuffled off Afore His Honor. That's when you drop To yercelamlty, and tumble to yer condition hi Who would bear these flat-cops' thumps And pressing wrongs too numerous to mention, , m , The fangs of rabid dorgs; or hash delayed, Tne Inching op for keeps upon a cove. When ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 June 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOBNING, JUNE 26, 1878..' GENERAL TELEGBAMS. POLITIAI. AFrAIBS. Tbe Tennonl Democratic ConTntlon. MoirrrzuzB, Vt., June 20. The democratic täte Convention organized to-day with George L. Waterman as chairman, and renominated W. H. H. Bingham for governor, Jerome W. Pierce for lieutenant governor, and George E. Royce, of Rutland, for treasurer. Resolutions congratulating the country on the restoration of home rule in the aouth and the overthrow of military combination, brought about in response to the demands of the national democracy, and demanding retrenchment and economy la federal and state administrations, strict accountability of all officials; the honest payment of the public debt; home rule; no federal interference in municipal or state elections; a jast and equitable revenue tariff; one currency for all, and the gradual substitution of greenbacks for national bank bills. The resolutions further state that in view of the overwhelming majo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 June 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MOKNTNGi JUNE: 26, 1S78. 8 n?IANC2AL AND COMMERCIAL JUOXBT AND THE MARKETS. Orricx or thk I?tdiaxapoli9 BF.?rnKL, Monday Evksino, Jane 24. M7S. f Money continues in fair supply and is rreely loaned on strictly first-class paper at 810 ier enU , . Eastern exchanje continues in fair demand r mt the usual rates. IXD1A-SAPOL13 CLXASnfO HOCH. ' " riArinoTi. Balances. rar the month of January .5,M5,U00 I1.1W 000 for the month of February 3,08,f44 ' For the mohth of March H! For the month of April 4.82a,l0 For the month of May 4,021,000 ti7 01 JO 1,1 lri.wo 1J02HJJ0 Commercial. ... There was a fair movement In the local merehandise markets to-day, and prices were without especial change. 1 There was no change In . the grain or flour markets. ' ' Wheat was scarce and In good demand. Corn wan quiet and unchanged. Flour wag quiet at former raten. ; Provisions and produce were unchanged. QRAXX I STOBJS. ' ' Jan Ü4, 1878. Wheat I Corn I Oat Rye 1,335 8,003 3...

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

'ft if 1 . . .- VOL,. XXVII. NO 4G. INDLAPOMS, WEDNESDAY MOHNING, JULY 3 1878. WHOLE NO. 237. 1 RAIN. BY IDTARD FA WC IT. Oh. the rain has many fitful moods Kre the merry gammer closes from the first chirp of the robin broods To the ruin of the roses! Through the sunshine's gold her glitter steals. In the doubtful April weather, "When the world seems trying how It feels To be sad and glad together. Now ana then, on quiet, sultry eves. From her low, persv tent patter, She would seem confiding to the leave An extremely solemn matter. Then, again, yoa Me her from the sky Such a mighty flood unloldlng That you wonder If Old Earth knows why It receives so hard a scolding. Yet we learn to fancy, day by day. As we watch her softly shining, That she has no cloud, however gray, But It wears a silver lining. For In autumn, though with tears she tells How the lands grow sad and darken, Yt-1 in spring her drops are tinkling bells For tho sleeping flowers to hearken. And her tinted bow seem Love...

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

2 If. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3. Ajdkhwx baa eiTectively killed John Sherman nd Stanley Matthews. They eiuell bad. Alex. Stethens ingoing to be a candidate anyhow. A zephyr may carry that poaii tom way yet. Watteksox aays the south is nothing if not ntimental. Ia the Southern Pacific railroad pure scntim nt? The rads exhibit great joy when some one is called to testify before the Potter committee who has not committed forgery or perjury or some other penitentiary crime. Democracy and low taxes are the watchwords of the people. County taxes should be reduced, and tbeyxwill be If the demo cratic candidates for the legislature are lected. The radical organs are endeavoring to show their disregard of the Potter committee, its investigations, revelations, etc. They do not feel more comfortable than if they had taken extra sized doses of ipecac and salts, and they are welcome to the fun. J. Dos Cameron is to have a clear track for the United States senatorship, as Hartranft has got frightened and...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1878. THE KV EH I SO TIME. Togr-ther we walked In the evening time. Above ns the sky spread golden and clear. And lie bent his bead and looked In my eyes, As if he held me of all most dar, Oh ! it wai sweet In the evening time. And onr pathway went through fields of wheat; Narrow that path, and ronh the way. But he was near, and the birds sans; true, And the star came oat In the twilight gray, Oh ! it was sweet in the evening time. Softly he spoke of the days gone past, Softly of Dlessed days to be; Clwe to his arm and closer I pressed The corn held path was Eden to me. Oh! it was tweet In the evening time! Grayer the lifjht grew, and grayer tili, The rooks flitted home through the purple shade. The nightingales sang where the thorns stood high, As I walked with him in the .woodland Oh, It was sweet In the evening time. And the latest gleams of daylight died; My hand In his enrolled lay; We swept the dew from the wheat as we pas...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL,, WEDNESDAY MOHNING, JULY 3, 1878- WEDNESDAY, JULY 3. DEHOCBATIV STATE TICKET OK 1V7. Skckktabxok Rxatr JOHN 0. 8HANK.UN, of Vaaderburg County. Auditor ok Statb MAIILON D. MANSON, of Montgomery County. Tkkascrir or Statk WILLIAM FLEMING, of Allen County. ATTOMEY GENERAI THOMAS W. WOOLLEN, of Johnson County. BCPKMNTEITDEJT K PUBLIC IXSTRUCTIOK JAMES H. SMART, of Allen County. Marlon County Ticket. Representatives SAMUEL. T. COREY, GEORGE RYER, GEOUUE S5PEKÖE. Cl.EHKTHOMAS F. RYAN. SHißirr RICHARD J. BRIGHT. AUDITOR BENJAMIN F. JONES. Treasurer SAMPLE LOfTIN. CORONERCHARLES M. M ETC ALF. COMKISSIOJIKR First District DAVID B. HOSBROOK. Second District JKiittMlAll COBUK. Jeff Davis wanted a peaceful dissolution of the Union, and the Journal advocated the same doctrine. Grast wanted to fight for the rebels, and the Journal did not want war for the sake of the Union, lias the Journal forgotten its treason? The Cincinnati Gazette tries to be facetious over LIze P...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1878. THE SPEAKER SPEAKS. Reception to the Hon. Samnel J. Ran dall inPhiladelpnia Last Evening. lie Ealofflse the Bwnt Sennlem of CnKKM on the Character of Its Work. Philadelphia, Julj 1. This evening a reception was tendered the lion. Samuel J. Randall by the central democrtic association of tbis city. Letters were read from a number of senators and members of congress, expressing regret at their inability to be present Representatives of the best classes of the democracy of this city and vicinity were In attendance. The guest of the evening was escorted into the reception room by ex-Mayor Richard 0. Vaux and S. Davis Tage, Esq.. the orchestra meanwhile playing "Hail to the Chief." After a few congratulatory re marks by ex-Mayor Vaux, Speaker Kendall delivered an address in which he took occasion to eulogize the recent session of congress on account of the character of its legislation, none of which, with a single exception, co...

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

THE INDIAKA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 3, 1878. MRS. W1TKES J EN KS HOARS INTO Air Captain Jenks of the Hon Marines. I. I'm Mrs. Jenks of the "Andersou Greens," I've come to be witness from New Orleans; All Butler's knaves I'll tramp with queens As I bother the Potter army; III teach my sex how to swear, how to swear, how to nwear, To bother the Potter army! Spoken; Ye, the committee of lawyers, half calf, you kDow, out of the library, have been kindenouch to cross examine me. I always divide fairly so I took the examining anl left them to bear the cross. Anderson, did you say? Yes my Jo John ; I've beard of him Weber, too? Certainly her first name whn Liza Abe taught me thin captivating walk thus! One In the land of shadows the other in the land of shad! And a night editor, too! But I know the time of day ! Chorus I'm captain now of the "Anderson Cireens," Pray serve me up the "Ways and Means," For I've finished the Potter army! if. The visit ing statesmen wanted to ru...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOENING, JULY 3, 1878. ÜENERAL TELEGRAMS. THE INDIAN WAR. The Outbreak Still Mpreadlaa; Tn But-as-to doTnefr Wont-Depredations In Tex a. San Francisco, June 27. A Portland dispatch says: "It is the belief of old residents in eastern Oregon that all Indians in that section are dfraffected, and that they will be ready on slight provocation to take up arms against the whites. Kven the Warm Springs Indians, who have heretofore been strong friends of the government, and who have on several occasions rendered efficient service against murderous tribes of their own race, refuse to pit their forces against the Bannocks, and it is thought that a large party of them will join the hostiles. It begins to look as if the Indians intend to do their worst this summer. INDIAN OUTRAGES IS TKXAS. Galveston, June 27. Tne News' special says the Si,n Antonio stage was attacked by five Indians yesterday about five miles east of Pecos station. There were five persons o...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY -MORNING, ariZLY an878. 8 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL HÖHET AID TIIE MARKETS. Ol nOt OF THIS IyDIA5ArOLI9 8KXTINKI.) Mosoat Evening, July 2, 1878. f There is uo change In the money market, and rates of Interest continue at h&IO per oeni. rjTDIAJf APOLI3 CUtABLISTQ HOÜSK. Clearings. Balance. Tor the month of January I5,515.U00 11,190 OU) For the month of February- 8,H08,54 7 000 For the mouth of March 4 .681 .300 1,192,000 For the month of April 4.82i,000 1,374.01 For the month of May 4,021,000 l,028,0uö Commercial. The local money markets continue quiet without any notable change as regards prices. Transactions In the grain mrfrket are mainly confined to supplying the local demand, the supply being too limited for larger operations. Flour is quiet and steady. Provisions are steady and unchanged. GRAIN IH STORK. July 1, 1878. Wheat Corn I Oats Rye 2, 34 2,787' 0 401 3(,lI lb8 177 00 7,470 ... 121 6.78-5 25 3.50U 3tÄX) 3,355 50,833 3,75 1...

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