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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 July 1878

Wm pip v Vax v o vy VOL. XXVII. NO 47. IKDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MOHNlNGr, JULY 10, 1878. TOOLE NO. 238. S r. A BETBOSPECr. BY GEOKOE Z. XAGLES. I am thinking, MIy thinking. Here to-night, beside the glow Of the tire, of my childhood, Of Its Joyous, nappy flow. And I seem to see the faces That 1 used to see of old. As the twilight ;alli around roe, As the evening shadows fold. 1 am thinking. Idly thinking. It Is almost like a dream, liow the hours softly murmured In I heir gladsome, tinny stream. How the fcunlight brightly gliMtened, And how fair the roses grew, How the Jove-gems clung and clustered Round my lite, like ci j nUl dew. As I Rlt nd muse, one mem'ry Of those shining days of yore Corres to me like holy incense From Its gemmed and jeweled shore. Tis a fond, endearing murmur, And it often comes to me. Of the old time when I nestled Clse beside my mother's knee. I am thinking, fondly thinking, How she whispered In my ear Ot the Father's loving kinduesa To Ills little children ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 July 1878

2 THE HTDIANA STATE SENTTKEL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 10, 1878. 1 "WEDNESDAY, JULY 10. Com now in the treasury is s&id to be 197,415v133, but there la no telling as to the truth of the statement The rids have been Caught in the crlnM of making figures lie In one instance to the extent of $19,000,000. The Indianapolis Journal begins tb 'w ork f the campaign by publishing a lac simile f the letter writte by Senator Voorhees In Deenrrher., introducing aontliera sympa thizer to friends In the ihm tu. Inter -Ocan. ' But the Jofcrnal is careful not to begin the campaign by publishing its editorials favoring a peacef d dissolution of the union. The Journal vat not in feror of "One country, ''one flag, and one destiny." The official report, of Hon. B. IL Eristow, secretary of the treasury, showed that from 18C9 to 1376, a perbd of seven years, shows "the defalcation of government officials to have been $5,500,503.93, or $785,59.13 per annum. This, kowever, only includes the 3ett...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 July 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY SIOENING, JULY 10, 1878- FABS A5D nOVSEIIOLD. WISTES, TEEDING Or DAIKY COW8 I! DENMARK. The winter food of cows is a matter of very frreat importance, and bos a marked influence on the quality of tne butter. The iood employed consists of corn, cake, bay and oat or barley straw. On some farms mangels are given, but this is not tbe rule. Considerable information as to tbe influence o! particular foods on the quality of tbe butter has been gathered by Professor Segelcke from tbe data afforded by dairy exhibitions. At such exhibitions, after tbe judges have pronounced their verdict on the quality of the nutter, the history of each specimen is attached to it, the food supplied to the cows being one of the particulars mentioned. The different kinds of corn and cake employed are divided by Troteesor Segelcke into three classes, according to their influence on the quality of the butter. Fi ret class: rape cake, wheat, bran and oats. Second class: barle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 July 1878

THE INDIANA' STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MOENING, JULY 10, 1878.' WEDNESDAY, JULY 10. DESUCKITIC STATE TICKET FOB 1ST. Secretary or State JOHN . 8EIANKLIN, of Vasderburg County. Acmtok or Etats 31AIIL0N D. MANSON, of Montgomery County. Trka-sctrer or State WILLIAM FLEMING, of AUen County. Attorney GtNrKAL THOMAS W, WOOLLEN, of Jotmnon County. SCPERESTEICDESr OF PUBUC f JTSTKCOTIOÄ JAMES H. SMART, of Allen County. It is universally admitted that the Indian Trar, now under way and which promises to be unusually disastrous, is the outgrowth directly of radical 6COURdrelism. Radical agents swindled the savages until they declared that it was better to fight than to starve. Ik Grant through the influence of the distinguished thieves who enjoyed his friendship and confidence, becomes emperor and establishes a dynasty, his boy Fred will be his successor, or, by tome possibility, Orvil might be called upon to wear the crown and wield the scepter all of which looks nice. Tub Indianapolis Sent...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTTNEL, "WEDNESDAY MOHNTNG, JULY 10, 1878 5 GENERAL TELEGRAMS. THE LOUISIANA lXQCIRT. Tb Pottrl!nM'ommltle NI111 at Work -Jrnki Shown to b m Defaulter to m Large Amount. New Orleans, July 8. The TottM subcommittee met at 11 o'clock. D. J. Wedge, of East Feliciana,' testified: Was chairman of the democratic parish campaign committee; detailed the occurrences in connection with Anderson's departure from the rarish an 3 the efforts to secure his return to complete the registration; under the law the registration closes nine days before the election; Anderson did not return until three or f oar days before the election ; there were over 400 democratic voters unregistered; know Captain DeGray, a prominent republican, who was consulted by the negroes as to their course; DeGray in a conversation tola the witness before the election that it was ihi purpose of the republicans to have no ticket in the field, so that the parish could be thrown out; DeGray refused to vote, s...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOENING, JULY 10, 1878. THE TALE OF THE TERRIBLE FIRE. I will tell you the tale of the te rrible Are: It springs from the earth it 1 dreadful and dire. In the dark Wintry sky, See the spark Upward tly; See it grow In its frame S-e It glow lato flame! See 11 Imming and blazing; S-e It spring Into life With a vigor amazing How It longs for the strife! Hear the noi.se and the rattleHow it swells, how it (grows. Like the crash of a battle, Like the clash of the foeo! Bee It rushing and rising and roaring, Hee It trying to touch a tall star; It seems In the sky to le soaring Like a nag of fierce flame from afar. Ste it turning and burning and braving Hee It streaming and gleaming and red! A h ! the smoke In the air now Is waving Like a winding sheet of dull lead. Hear it laugh with wild glee at each futile endeavor To quench or to quell its exuberant force; It Is naming and free and fantastic forever; It delights and exults wltb no pang of remorse, W...

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

THE INDIANA" STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 10, 1878. 7 STKIKING IUED PAN. The Pother Committee Getting Jiown to the lied Rock of Fraud. Emile Weber Testifies That the Feliciana Parishes Went Democratic His Brother Influenced hy the Promises and Assurances of Sherman to File His Protest. The Man Who Found the Sherman Letter and Destroyed It. Seymour Testifies Before the Sub-Oom-mittee That Jenks Did S ng That AfSdavit. THE IXVFSTKJATIOX. IbeFotlrrCommlltM Still Froaeentlna; Im Inquiry. Waphisutos, July 2. The Totter commit, tee to-day recalled Thomas C. Anderson, who testified that be did not see any one sign the certificates of the electoral YOtes while in the governor's office in New Orleans; that Mrs. Jenks pleaded the poverty of her mother, and asked him to appoint her brother, A. Ii. Murdock, to a place in the custom house. Witness promised to do something for him this month, but lias not yet. Mnrdock has had a letter from Senator Kellogg for some time requesting Kello...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 10. 1878. 8 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL MONEY AHD THE MARKETS. Omer or tjik Indianapolis Sentinel, 1 MOJIUAY EVKNIJi, July 8. 187. I Mouey Is In fair supply foi first class borrowers at the usual rates, SJIO per cent. There la a fair demand for eastern exchange t lie usual rates. INDIANAPOLIS (XXARISQ HOUBS. Clearings. Balanoesi. For the month of January .5,ai5,uuu n,iw uuu For the month of February 3,b08,544 For the month of March... 4,54.300 For the month of April-.- 4.825,01)0 For the month of May 4.01,000 967 0U0 1,192,000 1,371.000 1W8.0U0 Commercial. The summer dullness has nettled down upon the local merchandise markets, and they are without any changes of Interest since our last. The grain market la firm under an active de" mntid, but light supplies retard business. . There Is a fair demand for old wheat flour at quotation. New wheat flour is expected next week. Produce is quiet and dull, and provisions are unchanged. GRAIN IK...

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

r ) ' t VOL. XXVII- NO 48. ESTDlANAPOIilS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUXY 17, 1878. WHOLE NO. 239. F ' y -I TO A CIIILD. Tliou hast the color of the spring, The fcold of klngoops triumphing. The blue of wood bell wild ; But winter thoughts thy spirits All, And thon art wandering from us still. Too young to be oar child. Yet have thy fleeting smiles confessed, "Thou dear and much desired guest, That home Is near at la.st; Long lost In high mysterious lands, Close by our door thy spirit stands, Its journey well nigh passed. Oh, sweet, bewildered soul, I watch The fountains of thine eyes, to catch New fanden bubbling there. To feel our common lischt, and lose The flush of strange ethereal ßues Too dim for us to share ! Fade, cold Immortal lights, and make This creature human for my sake, Since I am naught but clay; An angel is loo line a thing To sit beile my chair and Ring, And cheer my passiug day. I smile, who could not smile nil less The air of rapt unconsciousness Passed, with the fading...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL.' "WEDNESDAY MOHNTNG, JULY 17, 1878. WEDNESDAY, JULY 17. The Georgia delegation in the next congress will be solid democratic The colored vote in Georgia will be largely democratic At the close of a bloody shirt harrangue in Iowa, the" band struck ap "The Rogues' 'March." Nothing in the whole range of tunes could have been more appropriate. It is reported that Grant is growing thinner. Grant never enjoyed better health than when he was clerk in a Galena slaughter house. The emell of olood helps his appetite. Another Chinaman lias tried to become an American citizjn, but couldn't quite get in. A Chinaman Is Just a little inferior to the negro, according to the decisions of the supreme court. Sesatob D. W. Voorhkes will open the campaign at South Bend, Indiana, in a speech on July 27, at 2 o'clock. Let' John Sherman and other hard money sharks stand from under. Zack Chasdler and .General Logan know something about the Louisiana frauds, and want to testify. B...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNIN G, JULY 17, 1878- BEAUTIES OF COLORADO. The Hajestle Hoantains and Awfal Gortn. Canon City Correspondence Chicago Timet. Here I am in the wild fastnesses of the Colorado mountains and only a couple of I days from Chicago. It seems incredible, but the modem locomotive is a magiciau that annihilates space. The run from Chicago over the Chicago, Burlington and (jaincy and the Kansas City, St Joe and Council Bluffs railroads to Atchison, la a remarkably pleasant one, and the accom- - Xnoldtiocs of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fee road, which carries the traveler to this 1 point, leave nothing to be desired. The line of the latter road traverses the magnificent valley of the Arkansas river, whose surpassin? richness has earned for it the title of the "Garden of the Continent," and which, owing to the liberal policy of the land department of this road U rapidly filling up with an enterprising and industrious population. Tae change of scenery ...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 17 1878. mi WEDNESDAY, JTjy 17 . DEMOCRATIC SIAT 1W A TICKET IOK Secretary of State JOHN O. 8HAXKU AUDITOR OF BTATF .4f VanderbuTS County. MAHLON D. V.AfSOX, of tgomerr j uoaiiiy. TREASTTKIR OF .-r.ATK-. WILLIAJ vtiEMIKO, of ABrn Cocnty, ATTORNEY Cyfc,.KRAL THOMA'; WO0L1VEN. of Jenson Coy. Super jvesdent p Public Jnstrcctksk J AJtfES H. 8M ART, of Allen County. aisojt is goi2 to Colorado. He will "Ant Ti patent -of the ki" ant suns, Sr or nesooa. Bp marck hs an odd relish for oeJlacting t.nl preserving the r43to's assassins have xt9t:d in attempting to täte hia life. He feels gUitefoJ for fke poor sh-sts sent by them. The s&ijpment of htrsea to Estland still T50ntintws'4."vely, andr his despite the cessation of wtr prejiarasion. Fine, thoroughbred colts are greatly in deuta-.d for the Englrsa'ca arrets, ar.d the prices paid are fair. A -cot ederat general, wb served under JtrT Davis, who tdmired Jef. Davis, who fcited'f...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY -MOENIJTGi JULY 17, 1878. GENERAL TELEGRAMS. THE TREATY OF PEACE. Tb Substance f tb Article m Agreed to by the Berlin Conffrews. Loxdos, July 14. The following ia the substance of the articles of the treaty of peace concluded by the Berlin congress: Article 1. Bulgaria la constituted an automatic tributary principality under the suzerainty of the sultan, "with a Christian government and a national militia. Articled The principality is limited on the south by the Balkans. Article 3. The prince shall be elected by the population and confirmed by the porte and powers. No member of the reigning European dynasty sLall be prince. In the event of a vacancy a new prince will be elected under th tame conditions. Article 4. The olan of government will be prepared by an assembly of nobles convoked at Tirnova before the election of the prince. The rights of the Turks, the Roumanians, the Greeks and others will be taken in account in whatever relates to the...

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

' THE 1XD1ANA STAPE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 17, 1878. G -THE HOT SEASOBT." BY 6LIVEB WE5DELL HOLMES. At last two Fatarenhelts biew up. And killed two children small, And one barometer shot dead A tutor with iu ball. Row all day long tbe locust sang Among the leafless trees: Tli re new hotels waried inside out Tbe pumps could only wheeze; And ripe old wine, that twenty years Had cob webbed o'er in vain. Cam snouting through the rotten corks Lixe July's best champagne. The Worcester locomotives did Their trips in half an hour; Tlx Lowell cars ran forty miles Before they checked their power; It' 1 brimstou noon beCHme a drug. And locofocos fell, AH asked for Ice, but everywhere Baltpeter was to selL Plump men of mornings ordered tights, Bat ere the scorching noons, Their candle molds had grown as looe As Cossack pantaloons! Th aoa ran mad men could not try If water they would choose; A horse lell dead he only left Four red hot, rusty shoes! And all about the warehouse stci We...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 17, 1878. 4 GENERAL TELEGRAMS. POLITICAL CONYEXTIOXS. Tne Sleeting or the Michigan Democrat. Detroit, Mich., July 10. The democratic state convention met at the opera house at Lansing at noon to-day. The convention was called to order by D. IL Dickinson, chairman of the state central committee. D. Foster Pratt was chosen temporary chairman. After the transaction of the customary rorttlDe work the convention took a recess until 2:30 p. m. On reassembling the convention efftCted a permanent organization and reelected D. Foster Pratt permanent chairman. The following resolutions were adopted: The democratic party of the state of Miehlen in convention assembled, renewing its fidelity to Its time honored principles, standin for a sacred prworvKtion of the national credit and tlie nation's faith, for the constitution and the laws, and for the great truth that Oils is a Kocrnment of the people, where the Sri 11 of the people should rule, ...

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

8 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL," WEDNESDAY MORNIXGr, JULY 17, 1878. FINANCIAL AMD COMMERCIAL HU.VKT AND THE MARKETS. Ol not of the Indianapolis Sentinel, Monday Evening, July 15, 1878. J There 1 nothing new to report in the local money market. ( Money 1 In fair supply and rates of interest continue at 810 per cent. INDIANAPOLLS CLEABINO HOUSE. Clearing. Balance. Tor tbe month of January 3,515,000 li Jt0 0O0 For the month of February-. 3,eos,54 7 0U0 For the month of March 4,!. 1.192.WX) For the montn of AprU 4.KÜ.0U0 1.374,000 For the month of May 4,üJa,0u0 UMawO Commercial. The local merchandise markets u'eie tame to-day, and without any material chane as re gards prices. The receipt of wheat were sufficient to allay apprehensions of a corner, and although toero is none to spare, sellers have generally filled , their contracts. Corn wan easier and weak, the eastern markets being off. The decline of prices here ranges from HQle. Country produce is generally dull. There is but little d...

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

1 ' VOL. XXVH. NO 49. IOT)IANAPOIiIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1878. WHOLE NO. 240, orw r i.i i r- I SEA SIDE TALK. Jni( After tne Arrival of tn Saturday Hlfftat Doat. Why! How d'ye do? Can It b youf When did you net here, pray? You know you wrote, In your 1 wt note. You couldn't get away. Yoa look quite 111, (Now don 'i ! Be still ! Dim 't squeeze my hand! lllgo!) You've heard! Heard what? Is it tree, or not? Oh! that. How did you know? Yea! I've said yea. To w hom ? Just guess Iii tell you if you're rightIt isn't oat, Bat you, no doubt. Can keep it secret quite. What can you mean? I might have Been? een what? You never sal J 1 couldn't guess, I told hUn yes, You don't wlh you were dead. I met him here No! Just this year, ' There, tint's his T cart see? Yes! 'tis Quite swell. And the groom as well. There, that little man ! That's hk. I must not wait, 111 be too late. He's going to drive with me. I'll meet you then. On the piazza, when It's darK, and he can't see. New York Sunday...

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

2 WEDNESDAY, JULY 24. Was Morton a salary grabber? It is ao reported. Gnn't the Journal tell? : - Isdiafa has suffered to the extent -of $25,XXXXOOO ty the radical eure of contraction. Wii l the Journal reproduce a Tew of its edlterials showing why JelT Davis shouV take the southern states without;-! fight? Will the Journal reproduce its treasc&a"ble utterances .with regard to permit! ng Jeff Davis to walk away witi the southern states without a fight or a foet race? Tub Journal's last financial flop was the recommendation of counterfeit morey instead of the gennioe. It is good radical doctrine, bftt the Journal aas possiHy been told by Harrison ?r Grertam thatitmade an asof iteelf, aad that it must case iU advocacy C counterfeit money. Ths radicals have at'l&st found out 'that the $19,030,000 eteal was all right. It is accounted for. The money was taken at a time of great need fio a reserve '"fund, and scattered and paid out and accounted for, etc Such an ef...

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

THE INBIANA STATE BEICTEL, WEDNESDAY, SfOlijflT G; JULY. 24, 1878- a i SOT TET. BT BKXT HARTS. Jot yet, O friend, not yet The patient stars Xean from their lattices content to wait. Ail la illusion till the morning bars Hlip from the levels of the eastern gate. Klgbt is too yoan, O friend, dy is loo near; "Walt for the day that maketh all things clear--Not yet, O friend, not yet. Hot yet, O friend, not yet. All is not true; All is not ever us it seemeth now; Soon Bhall the river take another blue, 8oon dies yon light upon the mountain brow. What lietn dark, O love, br'ght lay wlU till, "Watt Tor thy morning, be It gooa or ill, Not yet, O love, not yet. The Season In Saratoga. I Saratoga Cor. New York Times, July IS. Tois week may fairly be called the begiuniug of tbe Saratoga season. None of the hotels ate fall, bat visitors are comiog In in swarms. The registers at the principal hotels the Grand Union and the United States number about CO a day. At this rate it will not take them l...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MOENINtf, JULY 24, 1878. i u t er e ov WEDNESDAY, JULY 24. DEMOCRATIC HfATK TICKET FOR 1ST. Secretary of Rtate JOHN jkFIANK.LIN, of Vaaderburg County. AUIMTO or tJTATE MAHUON D. M ANSON, of Montgomery County. Tkiasurir or StateWilliam FLEMING, of Alien County. Attorney Genera ii THOMAS W. WOOLLEN, of Johnson County. Um RINTi: 7f TVK.ST K PUBLIC ISSTRtTCTIOR JAMES II. SMART, of Allen County. Did Oeneral Martindale command when the Journal was an outspoken advocate of Jeff Davis' theory -of secession? We -challenge the Journal to say whether or not the great radical leader, O. P. Morton, was a salary grabber.- It has been so reported. There is a very decided decrease in the number of tourists going from this country to Europe in the last fortnight Those who designed taking such a trip have nearly all departed, and the only flitting visible now is from the city to country resorts. The watering places have about their usual number of quests, and wi...

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