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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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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 16 October 1878

lb VOL. XXVIL NO 61. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 187S. WHOLE NO. 252. WHO DID IT? Who tracked the mud across the floor And through the ball and np the stain? AnU left It clinging to the chair? "Whose ringer print deface the door? Whooe crumbs beneath the table lie? Who emeared the butter on the cloth? Who ipllled the gravy, tdopied the broth, And dropped a pickle in the pie? Who pulled the curtain with a Jerk, And left it hanging all askew, And!broke the cord ? 'twas nearly new ; . 1 wonder If twas mother's work? V Whoe knife Is this, with handle sUlned, And opened blade with rust so marred? Twas found this morning in the yard. Upon the grass last night it rained. Just now I slipped and nearly fell A marble rolled a rod or more. And then I crushed an apple core Who was it? Mother can you toll? Face downward on a slab, a book Lie open, leaves dog eared and thumbed; And near, a handkercheif, be-gummed And stiff with taffy-only look! Upon a door knob hangs a hat 'Tit p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 16 October 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MOKNING,. OOTOBEE 16, 1878. 1 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1C THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. The results of the October elections a waken new interest in the future success and policy of the democratic party. Fortunately for the country, there need be no doubts. In the past, the country under democratic rule marched steadily from triumph to triumph. The laws wera obeyed, the people were happy and contented, and prosperity and peace walked hand in hand. The constellation ofstates revolved in their well denned orbits around the central authority, without encroachment or coaflict, while the world looked on and admired the workings of a system of ' government which, while it guarded all interests, left the people so absolutely free to pur'sue their avocations that friction was so light and discords so immaterial as scarcely to attract attention, and harmony was maintained, while growth, and expansion were matters for constant gratification. Errors there were, for it is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 16 October 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENT3OTX. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 1878. 3 SERYANT GIRLS. The Superiority of English' Handmaidens. The lm Endaad Promoted Ser vants A Servant In tbe (nen l'nlae, Farm Laborers WoraVoiTtIsan TbelrSlctei In America. Boston Coinnerclal Bulletin.) Novelists and social .atlrists to the contrary notwithstanding, tu re are no people in the world who have better domestic help than the English, and this fact is less due to the superiority of the English nrl. w a dodomestic than to the custom a'bich closed all other avenues of employment Jo her, except those of the milliner anJ dressmaker, and compelled a system of training in her early yeai-s which folly qualified her for the satisfactory discharge of domestic duties, when it became necessary for her to relieve her parents of the burden of her support. Nor did she demand exorbitant wages for her efficient serrice. She was content with 6 for hir first year's service, and when, after years' experience in the various dep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 16 October 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBEB 16, 1878, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16. It w ill require seteral weeks for democrats to carry less than 180 pounds of enthusiasm to the square inch. Bl.vise as a state saver is not a success. He did not save Maine, he did not save Iowa, and the next thing to be heard from his grand exploits will be that he could not save Illinois. The Baltimore Gazette Regards" It as probable that "there may be -enough of the old Venezuela business about those ninety-seven 'votes to enable the next house to take Mr. Orth by the scruff of tha. neck and the alack 'of the trousers and tosi him out the back door." An athange asks "where are all the thousands of millions gone that the people have paid into the national treasury since the 'radicals came into power?" and then inti--aifiies that no man can answer the conundrum. Well, it Is on record that radical officials in thirteen years stole fl,300,ooo,ooo of the people's money. That much is accounted for....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 16 October 1878

!Tiffi INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 10, 1878- TIIE RETARDING itlME. The Fivkle Frost Still Refuses ta Come to the Relief of the South. The Tread Disease Puts in an Appearance at Helena, ArL, ani Fulton, Ky. Iicrea3a cf Deaths and Almost Total Suspension of Business at Chattanooga, Tennessee. The Epidemic Increasing at Mobile The .Reports Generally UnfaYorabie from All Quarters. THE DOMINANT DISEASE. TIi Harases ol tb Frightful Fever Sllll Uelne on. Memphis, Oct, 14. The weather is warmer. The following telegram was received to-day at noon: Decatlt., Ala., Oct. 14. Howard Association, Memphis: Will leave here this morning for Tuscumblaand Florence. Seventeen new cases at this Mint vesterdar. The Howard association here Is well managed. Tney have nil their wants suppnea. dr. sauve auu smnmtroiia tne resident Physicians doing nobly. Two hun dred cases of yellow fever at Chattanooga, Tennessee, who an being cared for by physicians and a thoroughly organized relief...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 16 October 1878

G TILE IXDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOENDSTG, OCTOBER 16, 1878. DE PROFUNDI'S. BY FATII KB RYAX. Ah! Days so dirk with Death eclipse! Woe are we ! woe are we ! And the nlfhts are age long - Kroni breaking heart, tbro pallid lip, Ch, my Ood! woe are we! Trembleth the mourners' sons, A blicrht Is falling on the ftilr. And Hope Is dyiirg In despair, And Terror walketh everywhere. AH the hours are full ot tears, Oh. my Ood ! woe are we ! Grief keeps watch la brightest eyes Every heart U strung with fears; Woe are we ! woe are we! All the light hath If it the skies. And the llvtug awe struck crowds riee above them only clouds, And around them only shrouds. Ah ! the terrible farewells! Woe are they ! woe are they ! When last words sink Into moans. While life's trembling vesper bells. Oh. my Ood! woe are we! King the awful undertones! Not a sun In any day! In the night tlme'not a rav, And the dying pa away! Dnrk! so dark! above below, Oh.ruy God! woe ore we! Coweretli every hamuli lif...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 16 October 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MOBNING, OCTOBER 10,1878. THE BALLAD OF BARBARA. BY AH rNOEXIOCS BARD, WHO HAS DUO KOR THBTRCTUAS IT WCHE fOK A UKuUNDdOG. In Frederick city a gray haired girl, With teeth ol a German dentist's pearl, And cheeks of the corner druggist's rose, And an Ely an crook In her Grecian nose. Of an age that yon easily might dlvlna At about sixteen or sixty- nine, Was banging out her clothes one day, When Stone wa.l Jackson came that way. Hhe bad last hung up on the white wire line A striped petticoat ever so fine, With stripes of bine and red and white. And. turned to behold the unwelcome sight Of a gray back: army full of fight. But otherwise empty, who crowded the Btreet, Stirring the dust irom tnelr shoeless feet, When the general stepped to her side and said: "My dear, 1 had hoped to find you dead.'V "And so I am, kind sir," said she, "And this is my grandma that you see. My father's sister, my ma when a bride, My grandaunt and my second cousin, And ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 16 October 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY .MORNING, OCTOBER 16, 1878. THE MT. VERNON TRAGEDY. Fur Particular of the Terrible Oatrage in the Dark Comer of Indiana. Grimes Most Tearfull AyengedHtiman Bodies Dangling: Prom Limbs of Trees. Tccr llvrrlble Tmie of Old Dan nrri, the Murderer f Deputy Sheriff fhraM Priwa rt Quartered la PrUon Cell. Patches from Mt Vernon gm additional particulars of the terrible tragedy enacted there on Monday night. They also describe more fully the horrible outrages which led to tt murder of Deputy Sheriff Thomas and ' the summary execution of the four negroes. It serins that on Monday night, about 11 nVif.-i eiirht neeroes. lawless and drunk. went to a house of ill-fame near the out stiri of the town and knocked for admitThoro war three eirla in the bouse.and one el them inquiring what was wanted was Dwerei that a messenger with a note was wa'tine she opened the door, and avoung nepr.o sood on the steps, and just behind him a gigantic fellow with a cocked re...

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