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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 25 September 1878

r 1 eo a? v VV iv o y VO!L. XXVII. NO 58. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MOKNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1878. WHOLE NO. 249. I I . THE CR0WÄISG MURDER. The Bodies Identified as Those of the Wife and Child of William Merrick, an Indianapolis Livery Stable Keeper. The Husband and Father Accused of the Bloody Deed, and Lodged in Jail. 'strong Circumstantial Evidence of His Guilt. A Mighty tfet-Work-of Dunning Pacta Worked Up by the Police and Sentinel Reporters. The Oausea Which Led to the Orime Fully and Graphically Stated. Indication of the People and Threats of Summary Punishment, Law or No Law. ' The later developments In the mysterious double murder, first brought to light at a late hour Sunday afternoon, and which was fully reported in yesterday's Sentinel, are full of interest to the people of this city. The bodies were early identified as those of the mUsir.gwife and child of William Merrick, the proprietor of a livery stable on South street, between Illinois and Tennessee streets. The way an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 25 September 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1878. WEDNESDAY, 8EPTEMBER 23. Or the telegraph operators of Great Britain eleven thousand are women, and the number increases rapidly, as they do their work ceedlly and accurately. AxORMNi to the opinion of a celebrated English physician, insane asylums in America are failures. Tbey serve no good either as places of detention or cure. Princ Arthur, Victoria's eon, who is soon to be married, will lire in Ireland. Ills residence has been fixed in the vicinity of the Hill of Tara, and a suitable home will be either purchased or built for him. Amoiwj the death notices In a Toronto (Can.) paper is that of John Malloy, ninety years of ape. He claimed to have been an officer on the Royal William, the first steam er that crossed the Atlantic. He grew to be very proud of this distinction, and often mentioned incidents connected with the trip, the landing and the comments on both aides the water. I iesv er, Colorado, is filling up ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 25 September 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TTEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 18781 A DffilBLE DASTARDLY DEED. A Cold-Blooded and Fiendish Marder at the Spencer House Last Evening. A Beautifal Young Girl Euttlesslj Shot by a Passion Grazed Lorer. Tha Cratl Murder of Mollie McGlew toy Louis Cuetlc-Eiddled With Bullets While Pleading for Mercy Th Unxampled Brutality of the Murderer Two Ota er Wounded toy the Infuriated Villain. From Friday's Sentinel. Jst night about 9 o'clock the people upon the streets were startled with the report of another murder more homble in its details than any of the numerous ones which have been recorded since the Cold Spring tragedy, n immense crowd was soon congregated about the Spencer house, the scene of the dreadful murder. The circumstances connected with the case are these: Louis Guetig, nephew and adopted son of Henry Guetig, proprietor of the Spencer house, and.for some twe years night clerk, became enamored of one of the dining room girls in the bouse by the name...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 25 September 1878

THE IXDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MOHNING, SEPTEMBEB 25, 1878. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER DF.HOCRATIC ST ATI". TICKET 1'UU Kkcrktary or Htatk JOHN O. SHANKLIN, of Vanderburg County. Auditor or Btatb MAULON D. MAXHON, or Montgomery County, TKKASor.EH or Statk WILLIAM FLEMING, or Allen County. . ArronsaY Gexerai THOMAS W. WOOLLEN, of Johnson County. 6üPEEDTESOTin' OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION JAMES H. SMART, of Allen County. Ox St. Patrick's day a republican who happened to be in the office of a democrat witnessing the procession, paid: "They are nice men to vote, airx't they? kfd n$ twa vc to TMny itlle votinjT' This is dedicated to the Irish republican club. Tjt Indiana democracy declare in their platform J hat the democratic party is the Iriend of the common school system. Juris; ing by what we se! every iiy, we had about ourluded that the material Which composes the democratic party was not sufficiently acquainted with the school system to bo either friend or fo8. Loulsvil le Commercinl. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 25 September 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNING.EPTEMBEIt 25 1878. 5 JACK'S JOURNAL. Another Dark Page in the Feyer Record Spread of the Epidemic. A Largely Increased Death List in Memphis New Cases More Numarous. Terrible Eitnalkm of Greenville Out off from Gommunicatioa and in Urgent Need. The Disease Beaching into OonntTy Places Eenewed Appeals for Aid Measures of Belief. THE PREY OF TUE PESTILENCE. M'arui Weather Amnfn InerMe the Despondency la tbe Yellow Fever Inferted CI Hen. Memphis, Sept. 2TH Tbe weather has turned warm again, which is favorable to the spreading of the disease among those who remain well. Since last night John C. X'emann, Alex. W. McGonnell and John W. Lewis' names appear among those who have died. Martin Griffin, cashier of the German national bank, was taken down this forenoon. This will not interfere with the business of the bank, as ex-Major John Johnson, superintendent of the Howard association nurses, has taken charge, and will keep tbe institution open....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 25 September 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1878- BOJTHY RED LIPS. BY "SIOCX" BBCBAKZK. Bonny Red Lips, why do yoa pout? What la the matter, I pray T Arc impUh troubles prying about? If o, I will drive them away. Just give m a kiss one iwect little kiss And I will drive them away. Bonny Red Lips. O sweet Red Lii. Will yoa not give me but one? The wee honey bee. It sips and sips, And never liken to gel done. Tin bo with me. hiy bonny Red Lips : So give me a hundred or more. Bonny Red Lips, O sweet Red Lips Why do yoa smile so gay? The wee honey bee on the white nse nips. Ana the white rose never says Nay. And neither do you, my bonny Rd Lips, As I kiss all your troubles away. TWO TBAES WEDDED. Kate Vernon had been scarcely two years wedded when her aunt, with whom i he had formerly lived, and from whose house she had married, came to spend the winter with her. Mrs. Beverly bad not been long with her niece before she saw, or thought ehe saw, that thine were not eoimr ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 25 September 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SEOTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNINGK SEPTEMBER 25. 1878. 4 THE TURN OF THE TIDE. The Ebb of the Stream of Death .Begun in the Fe?er Stricken South. The Disease Dying Oat at Memphis and Victebnrg for Lack if Material The Canton People Bay They Do Seed Further Aid. Expressing Gratitude. Not Death 6f Ex-GoTernor Bard at Bouge Spread of the Jever Louisiana General Notes. Eaton in TUE YELLOW PLAGUE. Jtm Decided Abatement of the Disease The Death Roll for Teaterday. AT HEW OBLEASS. New Orleans, Sept. 19. Deaths, 55: cases reported, 195; prior to the 16th inst, 135. K. C. Jacobs, with A. Thompson A Co., died tlds morning. The Young Men's Christian association has received a dispatch from Laponda Plankton asking for six male n arse 8, aying the fever is very bad. The nurses will go by next train. Sister Therasy, of St.Vincent orphan asylum, died last night, bister Estelle is very low. The death list includes 14 children under seven. The Picayune reports the death at Donaldsonville...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 25 September 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 25, 1878. 8 THE BIRTHPLACE OF BCRNS. BT BOBIRT G I5GBRS0LI Though Scotland boasts a thouwud namtn Of patriot, king and peer, The noblest, grandest of them 11 Was 1ovh1 and cradled here. Herc lived the gentle peasaut-prluee, The loving cotter-king, Compared with whom the greatest lorn Is bat a titled thing. Tis tout a cot rooted in with straw, A hovel made ot clay; One door shuts oat the snow ana storm, One window irwts the day. And yet I stand within this room And hold all throne In scorn, For here, beneath this lowly thatch, Love's sweetest bard was bom. Within this hallowed hut I feel Lide one who clasps a shrine, When the glad lips at last have touched The something deemed divine. And here the wor.d through all the years, As Ion 88 days returns. The tribute of its love and tears Will py to Robert Burns. ELSIE CROFT. i. When John Croft, the curate of Rowan 'dale, died and was carried to the qmet churchyard, whither his wile ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 2 October 1878

VOL. XXVII. NO 59. INDLtVSTAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MOANING, OCTOBER 2, 1878, WHOLE NO. 250. I GOD'S BEST. It Is tbe evening hour. And thankfully, Father, T-.y weary child Has come to The. I lean my aching head Upon Thy breast. And there, and only there, I am at rest. Thou knowest all my life, Each petty sin; Xotntng is hid from Thee Wit hoot, within; All tnat I have or am Is wholly Thine, So is my soul at peace, For ttioa art mine. To-morrow's dawn may And Me here or there; It matters little, since Thy love Is everywhere! A WIFE'S CONFESSION. (Cassel 's Magazine.! I did not marry for lote. Very few people do, so in this respect I am neither better nor worse than my neighbor. No, I certainly did not marry for love; I believe I married Mr. Cartwrigbt simply because be asked me. This was how it happened: He was the rector of Doyeion, and we lived at the manor house, which was about 10 minutes' walk from the cburcb and rectory. We had daily service at Doveton, and I nearly always attended it....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 2 October 1878

TUE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1878. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2. Di rinu thirteen yean of radical sway the te alingi amounted to $l,:;00,000,000. From ltM the radical partj contracted the turret e $l,10l,Mi.,471. produlng bank up toy, idleness, poverty and starvation. Tuk radical party, up to the lit of July, by it Shylock policy, caused CIUK)'. failures, with liabilities amounting to $l,b3U, 174,443. It It f atlu:atl that under the radical Buylock policy tba value of property throughout the country baa undergone a shrinkage of . fully 40 per cent, or $3,000.000,000. j Since the radical party bas bad cuntrol of the government it bos expended in the way of interest IX.O-'ö.sn.üTS SrT. No wonder the poor suffer and that there la a demand for a charge. The first woman lawyer ever admitted to tbo California bar is Mrc. Foltz, of S"n Jose 8he was the ablest advocate of the bill which passed the lost legislature olluwiog women to practice law In that state. Mr. Fol 'a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 2 October 1878

i THE INDIANA STATE SETINEI WEDNESDAY MOHNINÖ, OCTOBER 2, 1878. 3 THE CURSE OF CENTURY. Tfcrilliag Story of a Crime Perpetratel in New York City Eighty i Years Ago. Bad rate of Rclnlng Manhattan Belle Jlnrdervxi by Her Iover The Anathema of a Quaker Friend What fsayyia the Record, i New Tork Correspendeiice Chicago Time. Public attention baa of late been directed toward Green and Wooster streets. These hnmiwhfre llvavü notorious and rarelv Sj&fe for the belated pedestrian, were raided by tbe ponce a lew aays since ana a numoer of allegtd women are, as a consequence, now resident oa the island. This episode of metropolitan criminal history was duly chronicled by tbe Times in its telegraphic columns And mifht have excited only a languid and transient interest were it not for the fact that, despite the raid and its apparently good results, several people have aicce wandered out from the Klare end glitte, of Broadway, and bavins once entered these dimly lighted haunts of vic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 2 October 1878

4 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MOHNING, OCTOBER 2. 1878. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2. DEHOCRATIC STATE TICKET FOR 187. Secretary or State JOHN Q. SHANKLIN, of Vanderburg County. Auditor or Btatk MAIILON D. MANSON, of Montgomery jouniy. Trxasurkr or Statk WILLIAM FLEMING, of Allen County. Attorney General TH0MA8 W. WOOLLEN, of Johnson County. BXTPEBUrrUTDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION . JAMES H. SMART, of Allen County. For Congress OILBERT DE LA MATYR. Radical officials stole $100,000,000 a year for thirteen consecutive years a grand ag gregate of $1,300000,000. and the Journal never has denounced the damnable scoun drehsin. The Journal sneers at Dr. De La Matyr for enlistiog in the army "as a chaplain." The Journal crew Is for preying upon the treasury a l'i Tom Browne instead of praying for the soldiers. The radical party changed the contract with the bondholders by which the people were swindled out of $000,000,000 at one swoop, and the Journal approves of the ras cally proceeding. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 2 October 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER' 1878- K0ÜRMED BY THE NORTH A Steamboat Load of Supplies for the Sick and Starring Southern People. Stores of Food, Clothing and Medicines for the Isolated Points on the Mississippi. Decided at Diminution of the Death Bate New Orleans, Memphis, and Vick&bur?. The Fury of the PeYer Pelt in Provincial Places- General Outlook More Hopeful. THE PROTRACTED PLIGl'E. liw entn Roll In the Feyer Infected District Still Appalling. Memphis, Sept. 30. The weather is warm and sultry. At the Howard association headquarters great activity prevails, and nurses are being sent to Fans, Mason's, Grand Janction, Gtrmantown and Lagrange, Tenn., and Hernando, Miss. Among the deaths reported are Ed Terrell, Daisy Shepperd, George Butler aad James Gatty, who as taken ill at Mound City, Arkansas, five miles up the river. L. J. Levin, a volunteer from Chicago, fell senseless at the Peabody hotel entrance at noon to-day. His condition is consi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 2 October 1878

G THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOENTNG, OCTOBER 2. 1878. THE B1BY HOTS., Tvro little baby boys I own ; The elder scarcely walks alone; His sunny hair and light Drown eyes. Ills earnest look of sweet sarprl.se, "His fnntiT vivi and Invons Miout. J 1 could not tell you all about, Ii I snooia try a year. iie creeps so last to catoi nis loya. Ana men ue sets up sucu a noise: His horse and dog, and book and bell, He throws tuem all about pell-mell, Ob, Mother Goose! it von could see This llt'le boy, so full of glee, Your sides would ache, I fear. In hammock low, arnons the trees. Rocked back and forth by passing breeze, The baby swings and coos to see The gentle rustle of the tree, Tbe lights and shade, the leaves that fall; The sunshine brooding over all Tis Indian summer here. Why overhead, in, the blue sky, Tne down clouds float soltly by, A luliaby lair Nature sings. And through the air its music rings; All things peaceful Unor keep; My little one falls fast adtep. Ills moth...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 2 October 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER. 2, 18787 S1MUL "SLVSLWAUGIITY." .She Sends Oat a Sensational Story Concerning Yellow Ferer in Louisville, Reporting 250 Cases There and the Panic Stricken Populace Fleeing the City. The Falli City Pronounces tie Eeport Absurd, Malignant and Utterly "Without Foundation. The Plague Furiously Raghs at Memphis, 21 ew Orleans atd Elsewhere A Terrible Beoord. TUE FEVER'S SPREAD. Th Pestilence Catting Still Wider Swath. Cincixwati, Sept. 26. Refugees from Louisville arriving here by every train and on all roads give alarming accounts of the sudden outbreak of yellow fever in that city. Two hundred and fifty cases are reported in the neighborhood of the Louisville and Nashville depot, and eome street in that vicinity are reported as almost entirely deserted by the fleeing populace. Every vehicle obtainable is reported as being used to remove the terror stricken people, and hackmen are accused of charging exorbitant rates when called i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 2 October 1878

OCTOBER 2, 1878. 8 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL FINANCIAL. OrricEor the Indianapolis Besttxei.,) Monday Evening, Bept. 30. f The bosines In discounting In the local money market to-day was fair, though not especially active, and rates of Interest were onhangt d. Kam tern exchange was In fair demand. New TorK Financial natters. New orx. Bept. 30, Money Active at 2&"j per cent. Prime mercantile paper ii5 per cent. Custom Receipts t341,OUO. The assistant treasurer alsborsed 313,0UU. Clear! n ga 8,2."jO,UuO. Kterilng 0 days 4l ; sight 4So. Gold Steady at VfV. Carrying Rates Scat 4 per cent. Borrowing Rates Flat. Government Active and firm. Railroad Bonds Were generally strong and higher. täte Securities Dull. Stocks The market was rather weak at the opening, when prices declined ) to per cent. In the general list. Hubsequently, however, a firmer tone prevailed ana an advance of Vi to iv; percent ensued, Pittsburg, Illinois Central,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 9 October 1878

Wm VOL. XXVII- NO GO. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 1878. WHOLE NO. 251. WE'VE GOT 'EM ! A Complete Triumph for the Democracy In the Grand Old lloosier State. The Entire Democratic State Ticket Heeled by Fully Fifteen Thousand Majority. A Gain of Four Congressional RepresentativesThe Defeat of Orth Extremely Probable. A Clear Democratic Legislate Majority. Senator Voarhaes Will ba Eeturned Beyond Doubt. A Majority of Ten on Joint Ballot Certain and Probably Mora Gratifying1 Eeports Prom all Parts of the State. INDIANA. Sentinel Oktice, 3 a. m., Oct. 10. The democratic state ticket has been undoubtedly elected by 15,000 majority. The democrats will Lave a big working majority in the hall of representatives, and a majority of two (2) in the senate, which insures the retarn of the Hon. Daniel W. Voor bees to the United States senate. The most gratifying features of the election are the enormous democratic gains in previous republican strongholds The democrats gain two rep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 9 October 1878

2 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MOKNING, OCTOBEli 9, 1878. TUE P10MERS' CGAYESTION The Aged Fathers of the State in Solemn Conclave at the Fair Grounds. Eloquent Historical Addresses by Judge Charles H. Test and Hon. John B. Dillon. Names of Old Settlers, With Their Ages, Places cf Residence, and Kambar of Years La the State. A Permanent Organization Formed, Constitution Adopted and Officers Elected. .JFrom TLursday's Daily Sentinel. Music hall, adjoining the exposition, was packed to suffocation by 11 o'clock a. m yesterday, the time announced for the opening of the pioneer's contention. LookiDg out from the stage could be eeen a aea of grey beads, consisting of both men and women of ,lye ancient time," and repr. -sating all ages from CO to 100 years. The oldest settler, Mr. Dewitt, of St- abec county, aged 102 years, although not present, sent his regrets, with the hope that he would be able to attend the next Te union a year hence. The meeting was called to order by Judge...

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