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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 July 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; "WEDNESDAY MOBNING JULY 24,1878. CROP Pfi031ECTS. Rsports from Forty-Eight Counties in Indiana. The Kbowta Far Afcave the A veraTr of Cnexamplrd Plenty. (Special Dispatches to Cincinnati Enquirer. Bk.ntos Wheat: lleports show an increased acreage of 50 per cent; will yield twenty bushels per acre, which is an increase of 50 per cent, over last year. Oata: An increased acreage of 33 per cent., being the largest and bet crop ever raised in this county. Corn; An increased acreage; prospect magnificent for a very large crop. Tototoes: Acreage, 500 early, 500 late; about the same as last year; prospect splendid for a large yield. Fruits: Fall crop of all kinds. Books Wheat shows an increased acreage of 2X per cent, ; yield one-fourth more than average, and twice as good in condition of grain. Corn: A decrease of 20 per cent, in acreage; oendition of crop good; prospects Of an average crop. Potatoes: A decrease of 40 per ont in acreaj-T; condition of crop good;...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 July 1878

THE INDLVNA STANCE SENTIKjji WEDNESDAY MÖKNINGr JULY 24. 1878. 6 THE DIXIE NOVEL'S VICTIM. o college lad was be who had winged His man on the campus green, But he carried a pistol spite of that, And his age was sweet fifteen. Wild tales he had read till they fairly made The blood through his youug veins shoot, Of "The Red Avenger," "Dare Devil Diet," And '-The Arkansas Wild Galoot." Hence rage at ifia playmate took the form Of a fierce, heroic ire; .it . So his weapon he drew and peppered the legs Of little John Mclntyre. The story is easily told and brief; The point of it plainly seen ; How the dime novel fiend affects a boy W ith a pistol at 8 weet fifteen., IXDlAyXTxTELLIGENCE. Goshen is to have a religious paper. The "Weekly VincennesSun is "3 years old. The peach crop is said td be v ery great In Sullivan county. Tyler Mason is now holding the temperance fort at Terre Haute. The young swallows at Lafayette are dying by hundreds from the extreme heat. Scrae of the farmers are wo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 July 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOIINIXG JULY 24, 1878. GENERAL TELEGRAMS. THE COXQUEBISG HEBO. Reeptln f IVord Itoeonafleld ia the House er Lords Ills Statement or tt Policy of the Peace Congress. Los dom, July 18. Lord Beaconafield, on entering Old Palace yard on his way to the house of lords, about 5 o'clock this morning, was heartily cheered by the great crowd which had assembled there to greet hintHe experienced much difficulty in passing through the throng, though accompanied by I a squad of police. Public interest in the promised statement Jby Earl Beaconsfield attracted a large and distinguished assembly in the bouse of lords, including the Princess of Wales and other members of the royal family. When Lord Beaconsfield entered there was considerable cheering. He looked well and betrayed no especial feeling at his brilliant reception. About five minutes later Lord Salisbury entered, and Lord Beaconsrield rose, amid loud cheering. He said that in laying upon the table th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 July 1878

f ) THE INDIANA STATE 'SENTI2JEL. WEDNESDAY " MORKXNG, eTUEY 24, 1878. 8 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL FINANCIAL. OFFICS v. TT1K INDIANAPOLIS 8KNTINEI) Mu.nbay Eve-ni.no, July I - Tbc local money market remain quiet and without any noticeable features. Ifcrtea of interest continue at 81 per cent. Commercial. There was no Improvement noticeable in the local merchandise markets to-day. Busi ness moves sluggishly in all lines. ' Receipt of wheat are liberal, and offerings of spot and ear y delivery are large, meeting an active milling and shipping demand for 11 wheat that will grade-. Receipts from Illinois are in bad condition, damp and hot. The market Is becoming glutted with re Jected and unmerchantable, and wHl sell lower. The market for corn is qalet bat Strong, and values are a shade higher. The offerings are small and the bulk of the receipts, Chiefly Illinois product, Is hot and sour. Oats are scarce and nominal. Provisions are easy and a little weaker, but generally holders are not...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 July 1878

Wm mum. VOL. xxvn. NO 50. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY" MORNING," JULY 31, 1878. WHOLE NO. 241. Ay I CASTLES IS THE AIR. J A 11 EH BALLANTTSE. Thebonnie,bonnie bairn Who sits with careless grace, Glwe-ing in the tire With Iiis wee round face. Laughing at the gus?y flame What sees he there? Ha! the young dreamer. .Builds castles In the air. His wee chubby face And his rough curly head Are dancing and nodding To the lire In its bed; ' He'll brown his rosy cheeks, And singe his sunny hair, Staring at the Imps With their castles In tue air. He sees lofty towers Rising to the moon ; He sees little soldiers Pulling them all down ; Worlds rashing op and down. Blazing with a Hare See bow he kwps As they glimmer in the air. For all co se he looks, What can the laddie ken? He's thinking upon nothing. Like many mighty men. A wee thing makes us think, A wee rhing makes us stare ; There are more folks than him Building castles in the air. Such a c ight in winter May well make him cold ; His chen opon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 July 1878

o THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1878. WEDNESDAY, JULY 31. And eo Mr. Tyner Is a salary grabber? Johx. Peter Cleaver Sh as ks ia in the list of the salary grabbers'. Thk Journal should remember that Morton was a salary grabber. Courier-Journal. The Journal denies the charge. Indiana, by t-e radical Shylock cune of contractiou, lost $25,000,000 in six years and six months. Garfield, the leader of the rads in congress, took what the law allowed him and is a salary grabber. Mr. VooKnEES says he did not speak disapprovingly to a ppriugfleld reporter of the Potter committee. The reporter says he did. "We believe the reporter. Lafayette Courier. Well, believe a lie and be da m aged. Johs Sherman has saved in eighteen years, from a salary of '$5,000, an estate valued at $2,000,000. Who bat an accomplished radical could do that? Did not the Hon. John Coburn bring his salary grab to this city, and then becoming frightened at the howl rained, cover it into the treasur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 July 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNING, JULY 31, 1878- 3 THE l'ARDOXLNG T0WEK. Answering the Slanders of Political Charlatans.' rignres Will Sot Lie, and tbe Hon. John E, Arr Farnlkbea Thfm. Offick Sechitary OP Btate,) Indianapolis, Ind., July 2.3, 1S7S. To the Editor of the Sentinel: Sic So much has been said and so many false statements made regarding tbe exercise of the pardoning power by Governor Wilhams, it is just that a fall, fair and candid statement of the facts should be made public. It has been charged that'the record of pardons issued by Governor Williams has been kept sscreted, and that the public have been refused an Inspection, of the same. This statement is wholly false. All the records pertaining to the granting of pardons have been kept among the other public records of this office, and at all times open to public inspection. As regards the records in the governor's office, they are private, belonging to him individually, from which he makes his report to th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 July 1878

4 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1878.' Wh WEDNESDAY, JULY 31. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET OB 1S7H. Skcretart or 8tatb JOHN ü. FI ANlvLIN, of Vanderburg County. Auditor ok State MAIILON D. MANSO.V, or Montgomery County. Treasurer of StateWilliam FLEMING, of Allen County. Attorney General .THOMAS W. WOOLLEN, of Johnson County. Superintendent er Public Instruction JAMES H. SMART, of Allen County. The Brazilian coffee crop for 1878-9 is estimated at 4,000,000 bags, the largest crop ever raised. Robeson declared for Grant; but the country said, "Shut up, yon thief," and Robeson shut up. . The fellow Tappan, the Doaton swindler, is still a free man. If Boston has anything resembling justice, it does not pursue Mr. Tappan. Secretary Schcrz's decision in regard to the lands granted to the Pacific railroads places 23,580,047 acres of lands in the market at $1.25 per acre. The total area of public and Indian lands remaining unsurveyed and unoffered at the date of June 30...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 July 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING JULY 31, 1878. EXECUTIVE 0LEME50Y. Eeaaons Why Oertain Pardons Hare Been Granted. Tat Governor's Coarse Will Receive the Approval of All Fair-Blinded Men. In consequence of the effort of the republican press and politicians of Indiana to bring the executive of the state into disrepute on account of the granting of certain pardons, the Sentinel herewith publishes the following. No further explanation is necessary: THE ABRAM9 CASE. Tub State or Indiana. "1 Executive I'F.r-'T, Governor's Office, '- Indianapolis, July 3, 1ST8. J No. 4 o. Ex parte William J. Abrams. Application for ranlon. After due consideration the governor decided as follows: William J. Abrams, who was convicted in the Marion criminal circuit court of the criiue of murder, and sentenced on the 18th day of September, lvi't.tobeiniprisoned for tlie term of his natural life, pardoned July 8, 1M7S, and released from confinement in the state prison north. rvcMon: I:y the Govern...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 July 1878

THE DTDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1878. G A BirOELOR'S APOLOGT. ICbambers' Journal. Her evM were bright : her Agare slight. And ligbt as any fairy ; Her nose was heavenward Inclined; Her manners sweet and airy. Her mouth wait like a rowbnd; Her voice like any linnet; Her head was little, and 1 fear Had very little in It. But then no artless was her art My heart could not resist her; And added to her other charms, She had a pretty sister. Thev bloomed like any double rose, They blushed a double pink; One graced the name of Laura; The other, Kate, I think. "W hen left alone with Laura, Love rged his soft dictate; And in Hweti Laura's absence, I doted more on Kate. And thus to choose between them T were treason to decide, Because I had been happiest With either for my bride. To Bich one flower, and leave her Companion all alone. To pine In single sadness Would need a heart of stone. And that's the reason, ladles, I'm still your partisan, For beiDK single hearted, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 July 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING? JULY 31, 1878. GENERAL TELEGRAMS. THE ELECTORAL IXH IKY. Tb Work Dene TeMerdwy The Proeeedlnsrs at Atlantic City. Atlantic, X. J., July 24. The Totter committee this morning called representative Kelly, the examination being conducted by Representative Hiscock. Mr. Kellyestiiied that he visited New Orleans in November. 1876. President Grant, while in Philadelphia participating ia the closing ceremonies of the exposition, sent for witness. He found President Grant surrounded by distinguished gentlemen, among them General Robert Patterson. President Oraot proposed he should visit New Orleans to witness the action of the returning board. At first he declined, but the president said a number of prominent gentlemen of the democratic party had gone, and therefore he wanted him to go. He was merely to go to New Orleans as a looker on and to see that nothing iinpropsr should occur. Previous to going he had no conversation with any one but Presi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 July 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SEISTTIXEL, WEDNESDAY MOENESTG, JUIcJT 31, 1878. 8 FINANCIAL AND C0JU1EKCIAL. FINANCIAL. Ol rjCE OF THE INDIANAPOLIS Kl!NTr'FL, 1 Mosday Evening, July 2:, 1878. f There were no new features In the local money markets to-day. The demand for loans was only moderate, and borrowers in good credit who presented acceptable paper were -accommodated at 810 per cent. Eastern exchange was In fair demand at the usual rates, 1-10 per cent discount buying and par selling. Hew TorK Financial Hatter. Sew ork. July 29. Money market easy at l1- per cent. Prime mercantile paper 294 per cent. CuHiom Receipt )l,UUO. The assistant treasurer disbursed 183,000. Clearings H.UU),uiU. , Sterling Exchange 0 days 482; sight Oold-Stf ady at 100'. Borrowing Hates-Fiat at 2 i per hr. tiovernments-Uenerally steady. Kailroiul Bonds tuleU State Securities Dull. Stocks weak, feverish and unsettled. Transactions large nd attended with much excitement. The lears, upon receiptor telegrams reporting rai...

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

VOL.. xxvn. NO 51. IK3DIANAPOUS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 1878. WHOLE NO. 24l "7 m I 1 KATE AN I. BY LEX O. HARRIS. When we were children, Kate and I. fche had the prettiest golden curls And brightest eyes of all the girls. I stopped to gaze as she went by ; I tried to give her nuts and toys She said she was afraid of boys When we were children, Kale and I. When we were schoolmates, Kate and I, I let her ride upon my Bled, I brought her apples, large and red, And wrote her lessons on the sly. I stood beside ner in the class. And missed the words to let her pass. When we were schoolmates, Kate and I. When we grew older, Kate and I, X walked beside her to the school. And blushed and trembled like a fool, And dared not meet her saucy eye. I tried to wrap her from the cold Sht said I should not be so bold When we grew older, Kate and I. When we were lovers, Kate and I, Her trusting faith was sweet to see, And she was all the world to me. When we had sworn, by earth and sky. " Our vo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 August 1878

2 THE mDIAKA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOBNINtt, AUGUST 7, 1878. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7 Did Noyes commit perjury before the Potter committee? Some things look that way. The distinguished conspirator may have to come home again. . The Lafayette Courier is jubilant It is of the opinion that a change of one vote in each township in the state will obliterate the majority, which made the Hon. James D Willlama governor. Possibly, and your party, on the Louisiana plan, ought to get that one vote. Esgliph laborers in their own country eat bat little meat, rarely having it upon their tables more than once or twice a week. The earl of Shaftesbury, who has given the subject careful attention and investigation, has declared that nothing can be more injurious to this class than this practice, and he advocates the eating of more flesh and the necessity of learning how to cook it more profitably and better. The campaign in Marion county will be opened next Monday night by the Hon. Thos. A. Hendricks,...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 1878- GENERAL TELEGKA3IS. THE L&BOB QTJESTIOH. Jleetlnj of tbe House Committe Apaolsntesl to Caamidrr It Examlnatloa t KrprcHlllvM of ttt Warhlamen Tue of Macblnerj the Cblef ' Cmos of the Troablcs. New York, Aug. 1. A. committee of the Louse of representatives to consider the labor question met to-day in the post office buildiDg. There were present A. 8. Hewitt, of New York; J. W. Thompson, of Pennsylvania; A. Vf. Rice, of Massachusetts, and Thos. A. Boyd, of Illinois. Word was received that H. S. Hickey would not be able to serve until after the Oc:ober election. A communication was also received from the clerk of the committee on accounts of the house of representatives, detailing what expenses incurred by the committee would not be allowed. Among these were the services of a clerk, stenographer and sergeant-at-arma. The clerk of accounts said he would have a conference with the clerk of the house regarding the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 August 1878

4: THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUGT 7, 1878. ft WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7. Thk Sentinel of next week will contain the great speech of the Hon. T. A. Hendricks. Ir Major J. W. Gordon should take part in the Ohio campaign we want him to be good nough to tell the people "over there", just what he thought of Morton. Fbox 1S65 to 1S73 there were enterprising men who Invested their capital in business that gave employment to working men and women. Contraction has killed off more than 60,000 of these men of enterprise, who liave lost more than a billion and a half of money. As a consequence, confidence has fled and money lies idle or is invested in four per cent, bonds. Such are the effects of the radical Shylock curse of contraction. Had it not been for the democrats in the house of representative, under the leader hhip of General Tom Ewlng, greenbacks would have been made receivable for customs duties, thus bringing them at once to par with gold. Journal. Yes, and had it n...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL "WEDNESDAY MOENING. AUGUST 7, 1878. KEAENEY IN BOSTON. Eeception of the California Agitator in laimeil Hall Last Eienicg. An ImunM Attendance An Overflow Sleeting A characteristic Speech, and Great Enthualaam. Costok, Aug. 5. Dennis Kearney was formally received at Fanueil hall this evening by one of the largest gatherings ever held within and around its walls. Not onefourth of the crowd could gain entrance, and during the proceedings an overflow meeting of immense proportions was in progress in the square. The crowd was noisy, enthusiastic and reckless, but withal good natureL Within the hall the heat was intense, and following the example of Kearney, a majority of the audience were soon in their shirt sleeves. T. C. Braphy called the meeting to order, and E. Al. Chamberlain presided and made a speech. He regarded this great gathering of laboring men as presaging the overthiow of the power of capitalists. He said that the gubernatorial office was within t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 August 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. T7EDNESDAY MOKSTING, AUGUGT T, 1878. G DO YOÜ BEJIE5IBER? THOMAS I. COLLI TK. Do you remember day long past, Wlien we roamed alone through a wtnafillel wood, Anl came to a ledge of rock at last, Wnere wlm bauds clasped clot we silent stood? We heard the murmur of shining streams, The whisper of leaves that swayed above, And over our souls swept the golden dreams That come with the dawn ot love. Do you remember the sigh that stirred The bending grass In tne rising breeze. That brought us the note of a distant bird, And wild, weird murmurs from lar on seas? The bird's call came like a happy sone. And we gave no heed to the sea s sad tone, For fear is forgotten and hope Is strong. With lore's great gladness known. Do you remember? Will you forget? These words are common and quickly said , But they will be treasured when eyes are wet With the tears of those who mourn us dead. Kot dead, but sleeping; we can not die; Our souls are deathless by love's sweet grac...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 August 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY lOBNING, AUGUST 7, 1878 7 SENATOR D, W. YOORHEES. He is Interviewed and Tells Wnat He ' Knows About Republican Lies. Ex-8oIdlers Among II U Strongest Sap-portn-IIe Always Wins In a Ftrwiul Campaign. Importe (Ind.) Cor. Cincinnati Enquirer. I found the Hon. D. W. Voorhees quartered at the Teegarden bouse, in this city, and, before he was aware of my intent, had drawn upon him a copy of a South Bond paper containiDg copious extracts from the Indianapolis Journal, which extracts were not as toll of praises as they might have been. I at once prepared myself for business by saying: '"Mr. V oorhees. it seems that the leaders of the republican party, aided by the -Indianapolis Journal, have decided to make this a persona! canvass against yourself. Does not this strike yon as a little peculiar, and out of the usual way?" The senator leaned back in his chair, glanced oat of the window for a moment and then replied: "Yes; I can see no good reason why I sh...

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

THE IKDIASTA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOP.NING, AUGUST 7, 1878- 8 FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL Orricc or ths Indianafiji,i! Bentimel,1 Mohday Evening, Aug. 5. f The local money market is without any new features of especial interest. Rates of Interest Continue steady at 810 per cent. Xw ToiK Financial Maltern. New ork. Aug. 5. Money easy at 2&2 per rent, clotting at 2 per cent. Prime mercantile paper-Ä3Jj per cent. Cusiom Recelpts-W38,0U0. Tne amis tan t treasurer alsbarsed töiO.OOO. Clearing ö.t-ni,Oi u. Gold Moll at 100i throughout the day. Carrying Rates 1 per cent. Borrowing Rates y&l per cent. Go verumeuts Irregular. Railroad Bonds Unsteady. State Bonds Quiet and steady. The stock market opened active, and the selling movement in St. Paul sent the preferred shares down 2J and common 34 per cent. The decline was attributed to no receipt of wheat at Milwaukee to-day aad to the unfavorable crop report. Northwestern fell iy.J$yA per cent. In sympathy with St. P...

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