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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 August 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTIN33Ia "WEDNESDAY MOlVNIHGf . AUGUST 98, 1878. 5 GENERAL TELE0RA3IS. THE OBE&T FL&61C Tb PrvcrcM mt Site Gnat Scop rgt-3lo Abatraieal f Its Severity. ; Naw Orlkass. lug. 26. Xew case?, 125; deatfes, 44. Yesterday 228 cases were re" ported. Dr. Warren Stone, who returned from Port Eads on Sunday, leaves for Grenada this evening in response to a call from the Howard association. The Picayune says by privat letter it has learned that the fever at Flaqnemine, Iberville parish, has largely itxrvased and the people are sadly afflicted. Tbey suffer chiefly from want of physicians and nurses, and those who are in good health are mainly employed in taking care of f.hose thtft are down. The Times says the ström g sympathy shown to the atnicted cities of the south by their 'more fortunate sisters of the north is something not to be easily forgofen. On every side we hear of the roost noble eflbrta being made to raise contributions in aid of the affl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 August 1878

6 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; WEDNESDAY MORSTSTG, AUGUGT 28, 1S78. OYER IIIS GRIEF. 'I believe that the intelligence or trie country ought to ran It." Kutherford B. Hayes. ' Wben all seemed lost. And dimly hone The prize he would Hare made hts own, - IIIh bleeding heart And tearful eye For suffering blacks Could testify. "On their account my soul lament This victory of Intelligence." Tears down hin cheeks No longer course; That hemorrhage - Has spent Its force; Of grier there is No Högering trace, And pioussmJles Illume his face; Hi nee whites have better nerved his need, Ills heart for blacks has ceased to bleed. INDIANA INTELLIGENCE. The farmers in the southern portion of the state are busily engaged In breaking ground for wheat. It is estimated that Putnam county farmers have lost $00,000 by the ravages of hog cholera during the last few weeks. Some hav lost is high as 150 head. Huntington: George Gardner, a farmer living near this place, committed suicide by hanging, Wednesday. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 August 1878

THE raDIANA STATE SENTINEL; WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28. 1878- GENERAL TELEGRAMS, THE LOCI IAN A BiBSUH. Majar Barke Tee till ee Before the Potter CmatttM to (be Majr la TO bleb Hayes Was Induced Berofvlxe New York, Ang. 20. The Potter committee resumed lis investigation this morning. Major E. A. Barke tu the fint witness. He said: "I was charged with the regiatration and election matter In 1376, In New Orleans, as chairman of central commission and registration bureau. I think we knew the result of the election in Louisiana about the 15th of ovember. The returns were all in except those of St. Martins, which has about 2,000 Totes." General Butler did all the questioning of the witness. Witness - said the vote for the highest Tilden elector j. was 83,850, and the lowest Hayes elector received 75.210, a difference of 8,619. Witness could not give the vote for Nicholls exactly, I but he had a majority of 2,000 votea. The returning board threw out some 10,000 votes to count in Hayes. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 August 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TTEDNESDAY MOKNTSTG, AUGUGT 28, 1878; FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. ....... i ? -t .FINANCIAL, -j, ' - - ' ; ' I - . -r . MM 'SI ' 0 CK OF TEE INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL, 1 Monday Evening, Auk. 28, 1878. f ' Tbe local money market was quiet to-day. The average of bank dealings was quiet for the season. - The demand for discounts was somewhat lignt, but pre vlon rates were maintained. .. j jr.. K as. lern exchange was in fair d ;mand. New Terk FlMacUl Market. New York, Aug. 26.-Money-Easy at 12 per cent - Prime Merntlle Paper 33i per cent t'ustom Receipt S4 17,000. ' The assistant treasurer disbursed 1304,000. Clearings-t-',000,OüO. Sterling Udaya4JÖ; steht 487. Gold Hold all day at lou. Borrowing Rates Flat, y&l per eent. Government Bonds Firm and higher. 1 Railroad Bonds Generally firm. " State Securities Quiet and steady. The stock market in early dealings declined K'a's.batln the afternoon the market was fii in nntll near the closs. when there was a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 September 1878

.1 ! , .... VOX. XXVUL- NO 55. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1878. WHOLE NO, 246. Written for Ute Sentinel. CAHPAIGX SOXG. Air Hold thi Fokt. Hear the th.under see the lightning Flashing through the air, Tis onr preacher after Hanna, Bound to raise his hair. Chorus. Poll your votes for De La Mat jt, e's our leader true; Hell light for right with all his might The thieving, pirate crew. IL Bee the hero, soldier, statesman. With his armor on ; Hear the slashing of his broadswordBetter look out, JohnChorus. Poll your votes for De La Mat yr, He's tbe poor man's friend, Hell strike the shackles off of labor. And your cause defend. III. Hanna's trying to deceive us, Bat twill never do; Big trade dollars at a discount, Johnnie, so are you. CHORUS. For well poll our votes for De La Matyr, He's the people's choice; Well speafc In tones they cant mistake, With one united vie. IV. Hear the echo from the workshop, from the plain and hill. From the crossroads, from the hamletOne ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 September 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL.; WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1878. ' ' WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. Therx is nothing left for the radical party but to die.- ' . - .. Tix way democratic speakers are taking radical scalps I cheering. Tni Hon. Gil Shanklin is making telling speeches In southern Indiana. Thz sews comes to as from all portions of the state that the rads are terribly rattled. The attacks of the News upon Senator voorneea are uie r-noee ot a stun a as long range; society suffers vastly more than the target. ' , The telephone Is to be introduced Into the G er roan army to connect outposts. It is most cordially indorsed by the officers who nave thoroughly tested it The Journal is of the opinion that after ten years an indictment found against a radical official restores him to society effectnally whitewashed. Not so the people. Tits Hon. Franklin Landers is meeting with grand ovations in southern Indiana. The people who hear him are getting the hang of the financial questions of ...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SEISTTOTEIa WEDNESDAY MOBBING; SEPTEMBER 4, 1878. COMIXG HOME. They come! tliey come! Uprising from the Baity wave, befccending from the mountain top, Emerging from the Mammoth Cave, Perspiring from the hotel hopGlad to get bome ! They come ! they come ! rom skimped and scanty rural rare. )m tons ana pains tnai pass ior mo wn ere malaria loads me air, where all night from sun to son nRoeslinm. - - vnmc! tliev come! From Vhere the mountain lift their beads L mil Wieir tops tne clouds eclipse, From sombre lakes In tranquil beds. Pine fragrance on their halrand lips, And Med lord rum. J They come! they, comer From forest wild and desert waste, From summer haunts beside the sea. From ahrines of lashion, wealth and taste. With talk that makes us long to be ' Among the dumb. They come! they come! One of a tnous tnd fisher's fair. With tempting bait of charming eyes. Has eanght and gaffed her fish with care, And brings a husband as her prize One worth a plum. j They come!...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 September 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL,, WEDNESDAY MOBNING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1878. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBBR 4. DESOCBATIO STATK TICKET TOR 178. 8KCRKTAKT O BTATX JOHN 0. 8fIANK.LIN, of Vaaderburg County. Auditor or State MAIIIjOK D. MANHOV, of Montgomery - County. TKKA9DKER of Statte ' WILLIAM FLEMING, of Allen County. ArroKKT OraKRAif THOMAS W. WOOLLEN, of Johnson County. 8CPKROTISDK5T OF PUBLIC ISSTBUCTIOJI JAMES H. SMART, of Allen Coanty. CoKua comes to the surface waring tbe blood shirt. Tux Journal Is tili indorsing Orth. The juery is what per oent. Orth offers. Axx honorable men declare thai the radi al districting infamy mast and shall be wiped out Thk campaign is growing warm, and dem. ocrats are taking off their coats and rolling Bp their sleeves. The dollars of the daddies were jingling pretty lively in Indianapolis yesterday, and nobody objected to them.. Ir the Rev. Tom Goodwin's theory of the resurrection of the body is correct there will be do Shylocks tearing op the streets of the new Je...

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

THE INDIANA STArTE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MORNING SEPTEMBER THE SAFFRON SCOURGE The Yellow Feye'r Continues Its Awfal Ravages In the7 Cities of the South. Total Deaths in' New Orleans to Date, 1,091, Including 461 Children' V C W . A Bre! Eiot Among the Negroes at Ifscapnia The Outbreak : Quelled bj the Authorities. Awful Distress at Grenada Death of But ler P. Anderson Exports of Belief Measures. THE PROSTR ATI S Q PESTILEÄCE. Tb Proer Yellair' Fever Epl-ttemlc-A Terrlbl tat T Affair la the Stricken Cities. ; AT KKW ORLF.A58. Naw Orlkass, Sept 2. New cases, 209; deaths, 83. The following were sent to the secretary of wir New Orleans, Sept. 2, 1878. To the Honorable Secretary of War: We would most respectfully urge the issuing of rations through the reabody relief association. The distie-s Is terrible. Immediate relief Is necessary. Contributions thus far are Inadequate. uijwiK USsith, Collector of Customs; A. 8. Badger, Poet Master; M. Marks, Collector of Internal Revenue; B. F. Flande...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 September 1878

(J , - r -s THE ESTDIAISTA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER '1 1878. G "Written for the Sentinel. KATY DID. BY 1.KK O. HARR. "Katydid! Katydid?" What! You know? Then IH be sworn, LItUe tattler, yon were hid , By the meadow yestermora. "Katydid!" Well, well I thought No one knew X had been wooing. "Katydid." lies, yes, bat what What has Kate been doing? - Katydid l Katydid!" Did you see each half-yelled eye, Where the gods of mischief hid. And let their azure arrows fly! - Could I brook her merry scorn, ' Where we met along the meadow -While wet arrted yestermorn, In the maple shadow? "Katydid! Katydid" When at last I dared to speak, Did you see the tear that hid - In the roses of her cheek? Did you see her eyes of bine, Beaming then upon me clearly? "Katydid!" Ah, then I knew Katy loved me very dearly. "Katydid!" Katydid!" What if then her sonny head Was upon my bosom hid, Did you hear the word she Raid ? Did you se her rosy hue, . - . When she kissed me? Ah, I knew It W...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOBNTNG, SEPTEMBER 4, 1878- 7 GENERAL TELEGRJLjIS. DEATH'S DEBAUCH Yellow Jack Swuy ConUaow In the 8atn 2S Slim I Abatement or the Terrible Dtoease. New Orliahs, Aug. 29. New cases, 140; deaths, 49. The weather is wann and showery. No news this morning from other points. The situation htre ia unchanged. A local telegraphers' relief committee was organized here last Sunday, the object being the relief of telegraph employee Buffering from yellow fever' in this. city. At Jthe suggestion of General Superintendent VanHorne, the committee to-day determined to extend the field of operations to all infected points couth ot Canton. Miss. Tbia includes Yickaburg and Port Gibson. So far , 14 telegraphers here have taken the fever. Of these one died, three recovered, and the others are In hopeful condition. The officers are Charles IL Chase, chairman; A. 1). Babbitt, secretary; James T. AUeyn. treasurer. Paul Lelop, operator, and Frank Delplain, battery man...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 September 1878

miE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNTNG, SEPTEMBER 4, 1878. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL FINANCIAL.' Ut Uk Or IHK INDIANAPOLIS SENTIKKIi, 1 - ' - Monday Evexiicg, HepU 2. f There were no new features of Interest In the local money market to-day. There waa a fair demand for loanable funds, but only atrictly first claas paper was accommodated at the usual rates. New Turk Financial Hatters. New Iokk. Fept. 2. Money Market easy at llyc per cent. ,,.,, Prime mercantile paper-3J(fiil per cent. Custom Recelpta-f.lll,0uO. Th" awustant treasurer olsburaea f:H7,uuu. t iearlngs-I.i.nw.OUJ. Pierling 6ü da vs 4H.I ; sight tiold All day at Borrowing Mte V and 1 per cent. Govern me nts Firm. Railroad Bonds Generally firm. State Securities Steady. The stock market, which wa heavy and loerlntho morning, became strong In the afternoon, with an advance of YMVA percent, the latter In SU Paul preferred. Toward the clone there was a reaction of per cent. Trausaotlons aggregated 1 kt.üuö shares, of whic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 September 1878

VOL. XXVII- NO 5G. INDIANAPOLIS, TVEDINESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1878. AVHOLE NO. 247. MDIÄSfü.'S MEW STATE ESO"0"SjS. - f . DIMENSIONS.- Sids and North fronts, 185 feet. East and West fronts, 492 fset. Center, East to Vest, 282 feet by 118 in width. Height of Dome, 234 feet; Diameter, 72 feet. Heißht of East and West fronts, 100 feet, South and North fronts, 92 feet. First Story, 18 feet 6 inches. Second Story, 19 feet. Representatives' Hall, 48 feet. Senate Chamber, 48 feet. Supreme Court Room, 40 feet Third Story, 16 feet 6 inches. S-ttvto JECo-uus Commissioners : , JAMES D. WILLIAMS, Prest., JOHN LOVE, Vice Prest., Gen. T. A. MORRIS, Prof. JOHN COLLETT, Hon. I. D. G. NELSON. MAY, Architect. CITIES OF CORPSES. Grenada Depopulated hy the Terrible Scourge Only Three or Four Persons Left. Mortality's March in Memphis-Largest Nnmber of Daily Interments Since the Outbreak. Situation of the City Simply Frightful 411 New Cases for Twentyfour .Hours. Tha Yirulenco cf the Fever in New ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 September 1878

2 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING SEPTEMUER 11, 1878 WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. Louisville's exposition, without a race horse or Hayes, is not likely to pay. Stewart's monument at Garden City ia to cost $10,000, and will be of white marble. Thk Chinese had an Edison in 1)68 who invented a telephone similar to the one that has made auch a stir in the world of Vte. Canada has been flooded with counterfeit $1 and $2 notes. To put a stop to their circulation plates and diea for a new issue are being prepared. Filliy, the St. Louis postmaster, who has been kicked out of the post office to make room for Hays, ia likely to make things hot for the bulldozing rada. Joseph- Cook will lecture this season on 'Strikes and Communists," "Inner Life of 'Newspapers," and "Alcohol and the Human "Brain." He has kept his wife busy all summer buntiDg np the high sounding words in the dictionary. For two years diphtheria has prevailed continuously on the southern part of Cape Cod, Mass. Score...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 September 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNING; SEPTEMBER 11, 1878. 3 STATE INTELLIGENCE. LastniRht, In Jllddletowr., the safe of Isaac G. Morris was blown vpen, and over $200 obtained. An entrance was made by prying oft a shutter in the rear. The job showed the work of professionals. New Albany: Lewj Denny, 15 years of age, sustained fatal injuries yesterday by being run over by an express wagon he bad been driving. His horse started to run away, and in attempting to stop the animal he fell under the wheels. Danville Democrat: The Fifty first Indiana will hold a reunion at Danville on the lüth, on the occasion of the annual reunion of the Eleventh regiment It will be a pleasant and profitable gathering, and the citizens of Danville will do their part in contributing to its success. Salem Democrat: "We are now in the very height of the peach season. Large shipments are being made from this point, and we notice a great many wagons from the south part of the county going north on the r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 September 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOIiNINGv SEPTE ALBEK 11, 1878. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET FOR 1J7. 8 ECKET A RT OT STATT JOILN O. HH AN KLIN, of Vanderburg County. AUDITOR OF fiTATE MAHLON D. MANSON, of Montgomery County. Tbkasttrek of Statk WILLIAM FLEMING, of Alien County. Attorniy Gineral THOMAS JT. WOOLLEN, of Johnson County. BUPERINTECDE5T OF PCBLIO INSTRUCTION JAMES H. SMART, of Allen County. Gi'stave Doee, the celebrated French art. ist, Intends visiting America toon. II wants to see Niagara, the Mammoth care, he Rocky mountaiis and the Yasenrite. He will spend some time in Mexico sketching The few pictures sent over to the Faris exposition and the conversation the American artists bare inspired his longing for the trip Tom Goodwi! is a money lender, and probably one of the most grasping and soulless of the profession. In one instance a gentleman applied for a loan. He was willing to pay 10 per cent., Tom's advertised rate. Tom told him that in ad...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 September 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 11, 1878. 5 TIUOW FEVER. An English View or the Kronrje. Memphis Appeal. The following report by one of the most eminent British medical commissions is given as conclusive testimony from a very nigh, the highest, source as to the origin and causes of epidemic yellow fever. It Terr significantly lays 8tre3s in filth and dirt as the means by which the fever takes hold and is prolonged in places like Memphis, and ought to convey a warning to our citizens of what is necessary and what must be done in the future If we are to avoid a recurrecc) of the epidemic which has made a charnel house of Memphis for the fourth time: 1. That yellow fever epidemics break out simultaneously in different and distant towns, and in different and distants parts of the same town, often under circumstances in which communication with infected persons is impossible. 2. That yellow fever epidemics are usually preceded by the occurrence of individual or ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 September 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1878. 9ILKIXG TIME. BY PHILIP MORSE. 4I tU you, Kate, that Lovejoycow Is worth her weight in gold ; r-be gives a good eight quarts o' iilk, And isnt yet five year old. 'I see young White a-comln'now; He wants her, I know that. Be careful, girl, your pillin' ltT An save some fur the cat. "Good evenin' Richard, step rieht in ;" I (! 1 couldn't, sir. I've J ust come dow n "I know It, Dick, 1 ou've took a shine to her. "She's kind and gentle as a lamb, Jest where I go he foltere; And though it's cheap I'll let her go; She's your'n for thirty dollars. "Yonll know her clear across the farm. By them two mi-k white Blare; You needn't drive her home at night, But Just le' down the bars. Then when you've owned her, say a month, And learnt tier, as it were, I'll let why, what's the matter, Dick?" "Taln't her I want its her!" "What! not the girl! well, I'll be blessed! There, Kate, don't drop that pan. You've took me mightily back. B...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 September 1878

THE XNDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOENING, SEPTEMBER 11, 1878 7 RADWAY'S REMEDIES. FROM THE Hon. THUELOW WEED Indorsing Dr. Rad way's R. B. R. Remedies alter using Them lor Several Year. New York, January 4, 1S77. Dear Sir Having for several years used your medicines, doabtlngly at first, bat after experiencing their efficacy with full confidence, it Is no less a pleasure than fa duty to thankfully acknowledge the advantage we nave derived from them. The pills are resorted to as Often as occasion requires, and always wit h the desired effect. The Ready Relief can not be better described than it is by its name. We apply the Liniment frequently and freely, almost invariably finding the promised "Reliet." Truly yours, (Signed) THURLOW VEED. D. RadWAY, Iysenterj, Diarrhoea, Cholera Morbus, Fcrer and Ague, CURED AND PREVENTED BY RADWAY'S READY RELIEF. Rheumatism, Neuralgin, llipli licria. Influenza, Sore Throat, DifllcuU Ureathing RELIEVED IN A FEW MINUTES BY RADWAY'S READY RELIEF. B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 September 1878

8 THE INDIANA STATE SENTTNEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 11, 1878- AUIUMS THOUGHTS. BT BECKIB W. BEID. fine la sitting alone In the twilight. The autumn day is dune; ßhe Is sitting there, hearing, half dreamily, The apples drop, one by one. And her thoughts fly back to her spring time. When the apple frets. In bloom, "Were to her, a careless dreamer, But a mass of -Ht perfume. ' Then came the happy summer, When she thought of days to corae, .A she lazily watched the blossoms Turn to apples In the sun. And now she Is come to the antumn, The autumn, too, of her years, And as the red, ripe apples fall, Methinits I see tailing tears. For she thinketh now of the winter, The winter sure to come. "When the apple trees will be resting, While snowfiakes fall one by one. But, iod knoweth, when ilfe Is over. When we see what we've left undone, By the light of the blessed hereafter, We'll be glad that our seasons are gone. And the aged Hps move softly. As she thanks Mm who rules alone; Thank...

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