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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 August 1878

-sassssn a i r m m m w VOL. XXVII. NO 52. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MOKNLNG, AUGUST 14, 1878. WHOLE NO. 243, I t I: IM. FRANKLIN LASDERS. An Enthusiastic Keception at Lafayette. The Financial Question Learnedly Discussed A Clear Showing of the Evils Brought About by Radical Legislation. The Remedy In the Hunds ol tbe People and tbe Ballot-Box the Recourse. La Fayette, Aug.' 11. Mr. Landers and your reporter were met at the depot in this city yesterday afternoon, on the arrival of the train from Indianapolis, by Francis Johnson, Esq., chairman of the democratic county central committee, Mr. Doblebower, 'editor of the Dispatch, and Colonel John S. Williams, and were taken to the Lahr house, whera comfortable quarters awaited them. During the afternoon many democrats paid their respects to Mr, Landers, and assured him of the satisfaction his appointment gave the democracy of Tippecanoe county. With the democracy of this city and county Mr. Landers is m great favorite. He received the uni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 August 1878

2 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1878. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11. The New York Herald prints 105.C64 copies daily, which amounts to ' something over $1,000,000 a year. Disraeli haa a brother who holds the position of assistant clerk of .parliament and draws a salary of $9,000. This brother Ralph is some years . younger than Lord Beaconsfield. The Grand hotel at Saratoga, out of which Judge Hilton drove the Jews last season, is nearly empty this year. Hilton's meanness is coming home, for a fact, and in another year a Jew will own the Grand and various other property, if the judge isn't more care ful. Ose of the officers of Kossuth's staff, Sam uel Royce, has written a book entitled "DeHioration and Race Education," In which the author presents the condition of the people of this country, and gives his views as to the way in which they may escape the troubles that threaten them. The great need of the nation is industrial education, ' and the recognition of its t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 August 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1878- MASONIO MUTUAL. Ninth Annual Meeting of the Association. The Condition and Prospects of the Organization. . The Ninth annual meeting of the Masonic Mutual Benefit association was held at Masonic hall yesterday afternoon, there being a full attendance. The meeting was called to order by W. W. Woollen, Esq., president of the society. After the reading of the minutes of the last meeting President Woollen delivered his annual address, which is as follows: Brethren or thk Masonic MutcalBkxekit Sx iety of Indiana For the ninth time we are railed together In annual communication to consider the Interests of onr organization. Idouhtnot tnatyou fully appreciate the importance of the work before you, and will give It tbe thought and deliberation its Importance deserves. In the summer of 1869 a few masons of this city, feeling the importance or providing for the wives and children of deceased masons, associated themselves in a cor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 August 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUGT 14 1878. "WEDNESDAY, AUXJCST 14. STATE TICKET I'OB 1ST. CSECRErXTfr OP 8TATK JOHX O. SHANKUN, df Vandcrbuit County. -Aubstor ' or BTATK .MAfILON D. MANSON, of Montgomery Connty. Thtlasukwr or State WILLIAM. FLEMING, of Alisa County. ATTO5WfY QeNEJK'1 THOMAS "W. WOOLLEN, of Jenson County. ''atrKRlirrtJrDicsT er Pvblic Cstecctiow JAJ.IEH EL SMART, of Allen County. The democratic watch firea are blzmg 'from the lake to the Ohio river. Indiana democrats meca business; they hare taken the aggressive; they are pushing the Tads to the wall; the outlook gn ws brighter every day. . Fob the first time hi 0 years ; the Chinese ''are at peace with themselves. The famine did enough killing to five breathing space i lor a little while. 'Ia the region where it played such dreadful havoc 5,000,000 people died of atavation, prostration and the dis eases which always follow the awful scourge. A ' fabchid pea'cn a gridiron' does not dance around mo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 August 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1878. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. THE TABU. Labor. Pause not to dream of the future before or; Pause not to weep the wild care that come o'er us; Hark! bow creation' deep, musical chorus, Unlntermlttlngly goes up Into Heaven ! Never the ocean-wave falter In flowing; More and more richly the rotw-bear. keep glowing, Till irom its nourishing stem It 1 riven. 'Labor Is wornhlp! the rbin la singing; "Labor Is worship!" the wild bee is ringing; Listen! that elequent whisper upeprlnging Speaks to tby soul from out nature s great heart. From the dark cloud flows the life-giving shower; From the rough od blows the f oft-breathing flower; From the small insect, the rich coral-bower; 1 Only man, In the plan, shrinks from his part. Labor is life ! TU the still water falleth ; Idleness ever despalreth. bewaileth ; Keep the watch wonnd, for the dark rust as. aaileth-: Flowers droop and die in the stillness of noon. Labor is glory ! the flying clo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 August 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUGT 14, 1878. G WASHINGTON GOSSIP. Beauties of 0ml Service Keform-Words of "Warning to the Greenbackers. General Matters Around the OplUU Gold In Ole Virginity." Special Correspondence of the Sentinel. "Washington, Aug. 5. The hot spell has subsided, and Washington resumed its wonted routine oi department work and duties, and the hotel registers attest the arrival of a few strangers thereby. The city is clean, beautiful and quiet, and if it is not now, will within te n years, be the most beautiful city, with the most cultured population, of any on the continent. At the last session congress appropriated nearly three millions of dollars towards beautifying and improving Washington. Let this continue for five years more, and the money be judiciously expended, and Washington will be an almost earthly paradise. Notwithstanding all thi3, It would be a blessing if to-morrow the capital could be removed to Indianapolis, Springfield. St. Lou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 August 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING AUGUST 14, 1878. 7 WORDS OF WISDOM. The Great Battle Ground of the Nation. Opening of the Campaign in Cen. tral Indiana. Ex-Governor Hendricks 'Addresses One of the Most Enthusiastic Meetings Ever Held in Indianapolis. His Utterances are Received With Unbounded Applause-Sentiments Submitted to Genuine Patriots of all Parties. Unavoidable Absence of the Hon. D. W. Voorhees Senator Joseph E. McDonald Eesponds Briefly. GOVERNOR HEXDRICKS' ADDRESS. Fellow Citizens It Is Inevitable that upon questions Involving the rights or the welfare of the people we become divided Into parties. It has been no in the past, and will be so in the future. Anil as the election approaches the question presents itself, upon which side shall we stand? Wrongs of the past are to be rebaked that they may not grow into precedents, evils of the present are to be corrected and the greatest possible good invoked for the future. Such a work Is possible, and I submit to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 August 1878

8 THE INDIANA STATE SENTENEIv 1VT3DNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 14, 1878. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. FINANCIAL. OiriCKOVTHR IntANAPOLM SKITTINEI., Monday Kvksi.nu, Auk. 12. 1878. ( There was no noteworthy change in the local ni nn y market yesterday. R ites of Interest continue unchanged at 83IO per cent. Xew York f inancial Market. Nkw York, Aug. 12. Money Kasy at VA&2 per cent. Prime Mercantile Paper 33i percent. Customs Receipts-J17tJ,l0. The assistant treasurer disbursed 158,000. Clearings 3,U0U,U)U. Sterling 60 day 484 ; sight 4S8. Gold-bold all day at iWYr. Carrying Rates per cent. Korrowlng Kates 1 per cent, and flat. Governments (Jenerally steady. Railroad Bonds Qul-)t. Htate Bonds Nominal. The stock market opened weak and declined lightly, but soon afterwards became strong, and prices advanced K- percent, in the entire list. In the atternoonthe market was weak, owing to a fresh bear attack on the Ht. Paul shares, especially the preferred, which declined from 6 to and a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 August 1878

mtk. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 21, 1878. VOL.. XX VII NO 53. WHOLE KO. 244. ) N - CONFESSIONS. I. FRIENDSHIP. TO A. I. L. Jlv dearest thought unit to name you friend, Vou who have given me of your heart and mind In ricii profusion, till I fear to find Your generous love grown weary In the end; But well it is that our two Uvea should blend, Like leaves by tranquil breezes interwlned For we are of a, sad, communing kind Who love strange gods and wander as they wend. Through all Ihe growth of time yon have not lost That laith in what my life has vaguely told In words that falter with the weight of song The world' may marvel little at the cost SVherewlth a human heart la bought or sold . Yet we have learned it wisely ana are strong. II. -SYMPATIIY. TO B . The moonlight glimmering over throbbing The stars aglow in myriad paths of night The olemu grandeur of some mountain height The gentle sweep of murmurous forest trees The faint, ethereal mus e of the breeze And all famili...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 August 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MOENTNG, AUGUGT 21, 1878. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21. Hates is reported aa intensely hostile to the Chinese. Hajesa John Fizzle, John Fizzle Hanno, Fizzle John Hanns. Johx Basra will fizzle out in October. That's what's De La Matter with Hansa. Staslky Matthews refuses to appear be fore the Potter committee. Still afraid of Butler. Irdiara rads are reported to be making their plans for carrying the state by Florida and Louisiana methods. Johs Hassa indorses the frauds, forgeries and perjuries by which ilayea was elevated to the office he-disgraces. The rada made the trade dollar "fizzle 'money" ns John Hanns puts It, and working men are suffering thereby. Jons Hassa believes in John Sherman's and Stanley Mathews' policy of rewarding perjured villains with federal offices. John Fizzled in the opera house three hours, or, to be exact, two hours and fifty minutes before he was taken out "Whew! If John Hanna did not kill himself at the opera house Wednesd...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 August 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 21, 1878: out or DOORS. Apple Blossoms. The orchard gram In ranshme barred. And starry white upon the award The pretty daisies lie ; I refit beneath a mosxy tree, And through Its waving branches see Jhe sapphire of the sky. I feei the balmy breeze of May Still blowing down the graasy way, And la the boughs above The little birds break into song, And praise. In thrilling strains and strong, Spring's halcyon days of love. The apple blossoms fall around, And neck the daisy checkered ground As breezes softly blow ; I stretch a lazy hand aloft, " And grasp a cluster silken-soft, Like rosy tinted snow. I look at every tende r leaf. And marvel why a life so brief To such sweet things Is given ; Why not for them a longer tpace To blossom gayly In their place Beneath the summer heaycn? Why not for them a longer time To fel the sun at morning prime, To see the moon at night? To quiver by soft breeze stirred: To sing when God's morning bird...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 August 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUGT 21, 1878. i WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET FOR 1VTH. Secret abt of State JOHN O. SHAN KLIN, of Vttuderburg County. Acditor or State MAHLON D. MANSON, of Montgomery County. Treastjrkk y Rtatk WILLIAM. FLEMING, of Alien County. Attorney General THOMAS W. WOOLLEN, of Johnson County. Superintendent mr Public lKSCRtrcrioN JAMES H. 8MAIir, of Allen County. Parsc-h Newmav . is out for Grant ' wants to go round the world again. He Obth and Grose are a mutch team of radical candidates. Both are lame and in bad Tepute. Blaise is billed for a few stump speeches in North Carolina. Blaine don't hanker after Grant Deaths by yellow fever In Newt-rleans up to the 17 th instant, as reported by the lew Orleans Times, numbered 239; total cases, 002. So great is the demand for the five cent iition of the new testament, issued by the American Bible society, that to meet it 1,000 copies hare to be printed daily. Keep it beiore the peopl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 August 1878

r V. THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOPtNING, AUGUST 21, 1878- ) V GENERAL TELEGRAMS. TEX Jl ESS EE DEMOCRATS. A ehic and Stirring Ret of Revolution. Nashville, Aug. 16. The X"nessee democratic convention reassembled at 9 a. ni. and adopted the following resolutions : In the name of the democratic parly of Tennessee we, Its delegates In convention assembled, solemnly arraign the radical republican party, national and state, before the bar of public opinion as the author of all the misfortunes which now oppress and threaten the people. Protesting 1U friendship for federal union. It sought to destroy It In centralization. Declaring Its purpose to establish justice it trampled it under its feet. To insure domestic tranquillity, Its proclaimed mlAston, it preached the gospel of hate and filled the land with blood, misrule and anarchy. Pretending to provide for a common defens.elt frultlessy squandered millions or the people's money. Affecting to promote the general welfare. It be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 August 1878

6 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOP.NING, AUGUST 21, 1878. GENERAL TELEGRAMS. POLITICAL. AFFAIRS. Tbe Connecticut Greenback Convention Otber Pol 1 tic 1 Events. New Haves, Aug. 14. The etat convention of the national greenback party assembled in this city this morning. There were 80 delegates, representing 27 towns and all the counties but one. A temporary organization was effected by electing Henry C. Baldwin, of Naugatuck, chairman. 'After the appointment of the different committees The convention took a recess unta)2 p. m. In the afternoon a lengthy platform was adopted, containing the principles enunciated by similar conventions in other states, the following state ticket was nominated: Governor Charles Atwater, of New Haven. Lieutenant Governor Henry Manchester, of lanbury. Secretary of State Lucie n V. Plnney, of Wlnstead. Tr usurer Loren F. Judd.of New Britain. Comptroller Charles J. Winters, of Norwich. Tbe convention then adjourn!. The spectators numbered about 50. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 August 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SEKTENEI, WEDNESDAY MOHNTNGr, AUGUST 21, 1878. THURMAN'S THUNDER. The. Speech of the Hon. A. G. Thurman Delivered at Ham. ilton, Ohio, Yesterday. A Masterly Review of the Financial Issues Objections to the National Bank System. Details of the Ruinous Policy of the RepublicansPacts and Figures for the Millions. OHIO'S SENATOR. The Heeling at Hamilton Teterday Senator Tbnrman' Speech. I By Telegraph to the Sentinel. Hamilton, O., Aug. 13. ?enator Thurman opened the campaign here this afternoon, speaking to an Immense crowd. Tne following is a report of his speech in full : Mr. President asd Fellow Citizens I have seen several statements in the public press to tne eflect that ttie object ot my appointment to address yoa to-day was that I should "sound the key note of the campaign." I wish, In the very outset of my remarks, to disclaim ny such pretention. Under free institutions It is for tne people to give the key note; and, bo far as the democracy of Ohio are concern...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 August 1878

8 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOBNINÖ AUGUST 21, 1878. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL FINANCIAL. Office or thb Ijtdiaxapolis Sentinei! Monday Evkkino, Ang. 19. f There was ittle animation In the local money market to-day. There wa.s a moderate movement in the discount branch, and rates of Interest continue at 810 per cent. New Tor ft. Financial Matters. Kew okc, Aug. 19. Money Market easy at 1 2 per cent. Prime mercantile paper S733i per cent. Custom Receipts fcol,OUO. Tne assistant treasurer disbursed 1163,000. Clearings 7.2M),U' 0. Sterllng-60 days 4; sight 4ssLV Gold Opened and closed at 100, with a few Bales in the Interim at 1UU. Carry log I late 1 percent. Borrowing Rates per cent and flat. Governments Firm. KatlroAd Bonds Strong. Slate Bonds Quiet. The share speculation was strong in late deallnss and the tendency of the market was upward. The reaction which followed the morning advance was nearly all recovered, and in some canes the highest prices of the day were made In...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 August 1878

s-yi-i :7) cHV fil.t: - .;; - 7 7 - . - 1 1 - r- VOL. XXVII NO 54. WHOLE M. 245, t ' 1 . - . .'....',....,.. '. .... THE TEMPTER. BT O. HARRIS ,' 'Only ft glas, now and then, with a friend! r Why should they warn me and bid me be- . , ware? ,. i - -' fia lovea me, I know, and my love will defend, f And lead him away from the treacherous s snare. " ' ' ' ' The tempter will fly, and the blush of hU wine Grow pale In the garlands my love shall entwine. , ... Only a glass! And pray where Js the harm? ; Why should affection be startled at this? Can Bacchus betray with his roseate charm, When Hymen has hallowed his cup with a kiss? , . Away with your warnings, so gloomy and grave! The tempter my lure, but affection caa save. ' . ' . Oalyaglass! Shall I torture for this . A heart that is beating responsive to mine? In doubt there is sorrow, in faith there is bliss, - And love can not drown in a goblet of wine. Thus trusting In love she goes with him a bride, 1 Sor sees that the tempter sti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 August 1878

2 INTINEL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28. Bokxek, of the New York Ledger, and the owner of Dexter, is spoken of as a candidate for mayor of Nw York. Th Journal talk aboat Senator Voorbees' debts. Would It not be well for the Journal to ght any on that question? Wc acknowledge the receipt of a magnificent picture a pros pec tire view of the state house, "by Edwin May. Esq., architect. The 1 original from which the picture was taken can be seen at II. H aber' a, No. 82 East Washington street. A fkixxd has shown as the ' following dispatch said to hare been sent to John Sherman. It reads as if the LindermanShennan circular was understood. The following dispatch was sent to Secretary Sherman on August 10 from national bank of one of the principal cities of the west: Hon. John Sherman, Secretary of the Treasnry, Washington, D.C: We have Just paid oat the last trade dollar. Let the trap fall. .Cashier. The Journal on Saturday last charged the Hon. Franklin Landers with hating voted to demonetize t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 August 1878

s THE AUnV. Reasons Why It Snonld b Abolished. Citizen Soldier In the New York Ban. . From the adoption of the constitution till the days of the Mexican war the United States never bad a regular army in the sense in which it is now nsd bj the military ring at Washington. This appears on the face of history. President Washington tried the experiment of establishing such- a force in the American legion, but he himself was the first to recognize its unsuitable ness under a government of the people, and it was disbanded daring bis term of office. Thereafter, until 1816, the regular troops, ao called, were really volunteers of the same class as those who fought in our civil war that is, their regiments were raised as required and disbanded when . the necessity was over. From 1816 to 1830 only a few regiments of infanry and batteries of artillery were kept in service, and they were obliged to earn their wages like other Americans. The Florida war and the extension of the far trade on the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 August 1878

rJ INDIANA &TATI3, Si AUGUST 28,1878. WEDNESDAY, AVGUST 2S. DEHOCRATIV ITATfe TlCIr. . ' .-187. 8KCKETXB.tr OV BtATK - J JOHN IK SlIANKLOf, of ViOÜerbuji COWB Cr. AtmiroR or Htatb MAHLON D. MANSO.S," of Mootgvaiory County. Trias tru'jK or Sta.w WILLIAM. FLEStlNXJ, of Allta Comity. ATTORXTT ORTCR.W, - THOMAS W. WOOLLEN, of Jtnr6onCounty." BCFXKXNTKJTOKNT F PUBXJC ISSmrrtCriON JAMES H. 8MART, 5f Allen Ounty. ' Fij3j out your, bao&anna, De I A Matyr .UV FI an na. - Wirt Orth got t back from Austria tee fads made him plaj oyster-a. Ij.taxcis o r arfkal crookedness Ing by the Gro?j, and in a general, wer at that. ' ' '. Th democratic -camp fires Vere"p.ever burning mo;. fcritiiantly. Shove -cp the ftunks. ' The radical Mrs ound,'Iiow tbey wsy yelp. When De JM3!'r-fee1e for Jth Aöanna'a scalp. So.va o m says that 'Jadf;e Marndale has 'blocked tip tlie passage way to -the bank rupt co .art . s Tub p ople an say?J6J:n Uanna 4 enl pray, And t hMA 4wd 1 wiU ea.tcb abou...

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