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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 January 1880

1 THE-INDTAA STATE ETj:ra 7rl880gIiEfEifaV WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7. NoitwiCH, Conn., has a $35,000 cashier embezzler, j Nkw Your Citt willpay$29,642,991 93 for being governed during the year 1330. A RrrCBLicAN remarked, a few days since: I gave $10 13 help on the exodus, and I will give $10 more when called upon." Th Tery frotu and scum of the negro race, now being imported into Indiana by the Re publican leaders, are wanted here for nothing else than to practically destroy the free franchise of resident citizens. Thim is really no good reason for believing that this State will be a delightful abiding place to the thousands of negro beggars now being imported for the sole purpose of robbing the people of the State of tbe great fundamental right of legitimate majority rula. I Pzkby, of exodus fame, is In tha city, and ays he 1j going to Parke county to arrange tor soma land, and he "be d d if any body was going to run hira out of the State." Mr. Perry has come to stay, undoubtedly. What...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 January 1880

THE' tmiVA-NA STATE SENTINEL,, WEDNESDAY, jlNUAIiY 7, 1880-SUPPLE3IENT: .. : by ME YOUR TUIOr NEXT. J ml if not too bamhly, oh, my friend! - f hiss, your follow. nan. But draw the veil of charity bout him if yon can. ' ' He ouce wtu called an honest nan. Before core trial VexedHe stepped frooa oat the narrow way It may be your tarn next. Fainting apon the great highway A suffering aool doth lie; Go staunch hia woandi aud tjuenrh hU thirst, er pees bim idly by. Ood will not brook the swift ucim, ' Tha thooghtleaa vain pretest; A fellow-mortal bitea the dust It May be your tora next. Ton heard, one day, a single word Against a person's name; Oh, bear it not from door to drwr, To farther hart hit fame. If you're the man yon claim to be. Remember, then, the text. To ' Speak no evil," true or fabelt maybe your torn next. The world la bad enough, we own. And we may need more light; Yet, with true love to all, may we Help in the cause of right. Lift ap the sinful and the weak, The soul by ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 January 1880

- -r-T7 r,r vp T CT Vf . vol,, xxvrrr. t,o 2. Indianapolis, Wednesday, January 14, isso-with supplement. WHOLE NO. 1511. , .H . MAINE.: Organization of the Local Legislature fry the Fusionists. An Extensive Series of Brilaries on the Fart of the Republics. . 1 1 A Ecgra Legislature Set Up b the Eadicals. An Appeal Made to thd Supreme Court to Icdora Thex. b--ierrl t'hmberltu Befnsca I Ke cog; ulrt A-iltC Aoveriier Luhkoh. THK TIIOI 8LE IN MAIN K. Organization of the Fusion Legislature Great Excitement Hut No Violence. Aiocst v, Jfe .Jju.7.-In the House, Ass'stntclerfc Gibh-i proceeded to call the oertiiicd roll of member. Mr. Hale claimed tliatef rtalu elected memtersot the Hou-a from eitle wer not ou tbe roll, and moved Uiey bo Included. II supported uia iiiotlou lun Ion .t'ch. Objections wre made to the motion Irom the other Hide, and Mr. Hale was ruled out of order by the asti-tant clerK, who refused to put the motion, ou which uie Republicans withdrew from participating iu the p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 January 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, JANUAIiY 14, 1880. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 14 Thk honest Republicans of Maina admire Governor Garcelon'a pluck. Th bribery knaves of Maine will be investigated. That is the way it looks. Masked balls are becoming popular in yew York City. The "ton" have taken them in Land. Hon. Viskzükla Orth will probably be retired. A new era of law and justice seems to be dawning. Immigration from Europe during the year 1879 at the port of New York reached a total Of 175,589. Moat of the immigrants came from Germany, Iroland, England and Sweden. The Maine Radicals evidently thought that members of the Legislature were as readily bought up as the Radical rascals of the Louisiaca returning board. They were most gloriously overreaohed. M r. Bayard seems determined to urge for ward his currency measure, whether the country wants it or not. The general seatfmect of the country demands that financial atfdirs shall be let alone for the present. Tue lick spittle Journal ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 January 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY JANUARY 14, 18S0. 3 THE HOME. It if not doubted tfct cn bav a Lome in tbt flsce wher each ob ha etUblinbed bit hearth and the sun of bia poateaiioni and fortuoci; whence be will not depart, if nothing calls him away; whDce if be ha departed be seem to be a wanderer, and if be rttnrn be ceases to wander. Deflnitioo fioni Ciril Law. "Then pmJ at borne, my heart, and rent Th bird la lafeit in itt nest; O'er ail that flatter their wing and fly A hawk U livTrriug in the aky; To atay at bom it best." Longfellow. OCR YOUNG FOLKS. Baby' Shoes Ob, those little shoes, those little blue shoes! Thoi Does that no little feet use. Ob, tbe prices were high That those shoes would buy, Those little blue unused shoes: For they bold the small shape of feet That no more their mother's eye meet, That, by Ood's good will. Years since, grew still. And ceased from their so sweet. Oh Dear! I wish I knew my letters well, So 1 might learn to read and spell ; I'd find them...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 January 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14 1880. WITH SUPPLEMENT. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14. FOK'PKEBIDKNT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, OF IK DIANA, . Subject to the decision of tue National Democratic Convention. IMPORTANT HFKC'IA L MOT1CE. Ia Tlew of the great political importance of the year lc0 and the next presidential contest, we make tho price of the Weekly Sentinel, containing GO columns, at oz volla a per year, free of postage. " In order to give everybody an opportunity to see for himself that we are now publishing the very best weekly ever published in the West, we will send four cories of the Weekly Sentinel on trial for three months for $1, postage paid. Tue Maina Republican knave are still plotting, bat ara no longer dangerous. The aen-aesis arm. of the pang has not yet "truck do-nex-Govercor Gare-lon. Who furnished the bribery fur.ds to pay fl.000 a head for Fusion members of the Maine Legislature? Did ßlaine? Wonder if the First National bank of New York had a hand in it...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 January 1880

THE IKDIAKA STATE SENTINEL, v7EDNESi!AY, JANHTABY 14, 1880- A FOWL EXHIBITION' la Progress t MäsoaicHilI TEat is Grand ic All It Appointment. A Larr?r N ember of Entrita Tcan Evr Befor at Any Poultry Enow Hell In ' tn United States. The work is still going on in WatthiDgton and JIa-oaic Uallj, preparing (or exhibition of the National Poultry suscciation. New arTiva8 are constantly appearing on the urenes, and fanciers of chickens can not certainly und fault with the arrangements that at beinv made for the accommodation of took. A row of coods line the walls of the audience room in Masonic Hall, and two double rows run the length of the room in addition. There will b an excess of 1,500 entries at Masonic Hall alone. The Mexican veterans went in a body last night to see the exhibition, a special invitation having oeen sent them. . There are a gTeat many prominent men already in the city who. have devoted a great deal of time to toe im provenient of poultry, araoDg them Charles A. Jiwe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 January 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1880 6 ALL FOR GRANT. From town and country, land and sea, Rlngstera of high and low degree Are hasten In? banded to tne fray. Like hungry flocks of birds of prey Each harpy, hawk, and cormorant Now shoaU lor Urant. The throngs or banished whisky kings Rise up among; the other King!-, And In the nation' face once more. As insolently as before, Their stolen splendor proudly flaunt. And shout for Urant. Once more the men who settled down Beneath the people's aDgry frown, Arise, in spit of their disgrace. To push their claims to power and place, Fearless of public scorn or taunt, And snout for Urant. Corruption's cavalry make baste To mount and lay the country waste; A heavy Infantry reserve But wUts the chance to show its nerve. And never is their powder scant. To fire for Urant. All who believe soldier's name May cover countless deeds of shame, And that all public trusts are made To be by sordid men betrayed, "While honesty Is naught...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 January 1880

THE IKDIANA STATE SENTINEL, T7EDNESJDAT, JANUARY 14, 1880 7 STATE AGRICULTURISTS. Proceedings of the Two Daj'i Session--Exports of Committees, Etc. All the Old Members of the Board R-elected-A Resolution Adopted Looking to tlx Sale of tin State Fair Grounds. The board of agriculture met Tuesday in regular annual session, with President Mitchell ia the chair. The members present were Messrs. Mitchell, Haynes, Han cock, Qiick, Mutz, Seybold, Rgan, Merldith, Brnes, Custer. Lockhart, Satherland, Turner, Sample, Cofield and Seward. teksidsnt Mitchell's address. In accordance with a time-honored custom, I feel calied npon, as your executive officer, to Indulge la a few brief remarks with reference to general topics that has come ander mr observation while in the discharge ot otSclal duties, and will preface them by quoting from the report of the commissioner of agriculture to Abraham Lincoln, in In speaaingof tue improvements In farming In this conntrv and England, and the Influence of ag...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 January 1880

Y H is. J vi i a r Liitttatnr fwT::zri:ia aTATa AAKtxr hut ' A ' THE IXDLASLA. ilTEi SEITTIXEL i IT r-nn r.r'i 8 I 4. Tg ÜÄKBTtf i C'jvn. Eoiiki. Uses coarse cloth; have a pall of very hot Viter; soap the cloth a litt!; sprinkle oo plenty of pulvemed bor., od rao tbe boiler-well; rinse oil with hot -vster, aud dry witti ft soft cloth. The boiler can ba brightened in this way as quickly asjsith acid. A S:pi.Sopp Taie-VmeHyf any kind of cold meat of fowls, bf.3 of meat, . tc., boil until eli the.meat falls from the'bones ftrain tr.d set sway --t.xc.ct.- A hen wanted, addcneor two greted bectn, one larjra or two email chopped -carrots, oue-talf-cuo of rice, one grated potato.. pepper and ealt to taste. iSoii three l.ours slowly. 'The rice may be -omitted and tomato added. Maoceia Hakta lie a l " up -with, a wla until q-ite ligit nix egy.-. fc-f a. j uuca of sogar, and a Utile l'emou zst: when well beaten add a quarter pound-of fr?th butter (slightly melted) and hal' a pound oM our Pat ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 January 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY JAXUARY:i4,1880SUrrLEMENT. .ilil 1111:1 . i . l i ; )t 1 t WEDNESDAYJANUARY 14. A Qoöp many or the Indiana exodus pauper ixeica j-vnt.W go back to North Caro lin. ,iy SHiRM.iir, 'the'(Vearj'- broker, Is a Republican candidate for , president1 J.-iladUon Walla should be the nil of bia boom. ,., Mais is all right. The Republican assassinado not propose to commit murder in the interest Of knavery. Garcelon'a nerve waa too mach for them. Govxbkob CakceLos asked for the opinion of a -supreme court, and got the opinion of a tet of Republican monstrosities, which, If It hjken foUoed,' would have upset the Uwi and the constitatlon of Maine. - I A NEW-DUDLEY CIRCULAR. It It not about time for United States Marshal Dudley, in behalf of tbe Republican party in Indiana, to get up another circular? He has probably found out by thia timeHow many negroes you have in your precincV. ., What ia the politics of your tchool-master. What about your telegraph operato...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 January 1880

THE INDIANA' STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1 8 80 SUPPLEMENT 'J A FHEE SEAT. V iu aid and poor, and stranger In the great metropolis, As he bent his step thitherward To a stately edifice. Outside he Inquires, "What cbnrch is this?" "Church of Christ," he hurt them mj; "Ah? Just the place I am looking for; I trust lie U here to-day. II passed through the spacious columne door And ap the carpeted aisles And aa be pasaed. on many a face He saw surprise and smiles. Trotn pew te pew, up one entire side. Then acroea the broad front spscr; From pew to pew down the other aide lie walked with the same slow pace. Not a friendly voice had bid bim ait To listen to Gospel truth; Kot a sign of deference had bea paid To the aged one by youth. No door waa opened by generous hand, The pews were paid for rented. And he was a stranger, old and poor, Mot a heart to bim relented. As b paused a moment ontside to think, Then again passed into the street. Up to his shoulder he lifted a stoce That ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 January 1880

VOL. XX VII I- NO 3. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1800-WITn SUPPLEMENT. WHOLE NO. 1512. THE MAINE TROUBLE. err A Kather Exciting Day at the Cud. ital of the Pine Tree State. Governor Smith and the Legislature Refused Admittance to the Stite House. The j Hoid & Session of the Lenhinrn the .Sidewalk. The TusioQUit8 Remain linn in their Struggle for Eicht. Ito Klwle II I aUfr n Mrwna. Mnard r Armrd Mm. iMHW ix Main;, All tei tt tlw state J-. 1ci Jan. P. The Hei Aiig'-.'su special sas: All is .tot ftjoct the Ktato House this rooming, rhe dirty of enxrdlng I be building is In the knl of Major l K. Ny, acting assistant sdjutSTit general, and late tf General Chambeiialu'fc ait'. Thesen ral left for Brunswick on ihe 'first train this morning. Trie force of police Is apparently largelv increased, an guards -are piaccdont. ndc tue outer diiors. TOe pfses itned iat week are ot acknwhlged r:o day, but pc.rns enthiized e.w sr:iulotf new on. s by Ms; or Ny and others ot hisatl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 January 1880

TILE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1880. WEDSE.SU A. Y, JANUARY 21. Ltaoc potatoes RarneU and Dillon, the Irish gi-"tatora." Dictator Chamheulxis has issued a decree that bo will no; recogui.a any Legislature in Maine. Tkk Senate yesterday passed a Li 1 iocreasing the pensions ol all disab:cd eoldiers from $6) to $72 per month. More South Cirolina negroes have an ived. Let it be uuderstoixlta.it cobodj daughters demand wtlte husbands or none, except tho?e of Democrats. Chamhehlain, the supreui court am! tha Republican ra-c-ils eeni determined io uptet the cinstilntioti cf Maine and violate every law ujkq th statute baok. It ill be intereating to note what tLe people of Mauio will djobiutit. )z bosses of de emgrahun" are being .'-.niiuoDf d to Washington by the exodiia committee Larg'dale, Dudley aid the exo d . is organ! Gentitnien, one and alii have your grip eacfcs rs?ady. Oar Daniel ca'ls you to judgment m TnisJi lwkTbii for Mr. Awistaat Postmaster Ganeral Brady,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 January 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY JANUARY 21, 18,-0. STABBED TO DEATH. Another Addition to the Long List of Murders Committed in This City. Eobert Keever Euffdrs Death From ; Batch r Knife in ths Hands of Louis Antenat, .The Murcterer Arrested and is laterviewed at the Oeatr&i Station. Be Pleads Self-Defanse, an Says: "If I Bad Tw IRevolve r I Woul4 Shoot Them Bom." Another horrible murder was committed last Friday, an J. as far aa can be ascertained, was without cause. At :45 Louis Antenat, a Frenchman, assaulted ftabert Keevers, or 527 JTorth Mississippi street, on tbe corner of First acl MiseiisiDpi streets, inilicting a wound with a hza knife, from wticli lie died almost inbtantl y, THE 4-RIME. The murder was but the work of a moment, and may be classed aa one of an atrocious character, for there appears net the least justification therefor, unless it be so stated in his inerview which appears ia this di Lit ir. Mr. Keever, in company with William Lowan, of 401 S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 January 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY JAN ü Ali Y 2U WITH SUPPLEMENT. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 21. F.OP. PRESIDENT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, Of IMIA'A, enbject to the decision of the National Democratic Convention. I.WPKTAyr SPECIAL TS OTIC K. In view of the great political importance of tbe year 10 and the next presidential contest, we make the prite of the Weekly Sentinel, containing W columns, at one roiL'.k per year, free of postage. Ia order to give everybody an opportunity to see for himself tLt we are now publishing the very best weekly ever published in th w s, we will send four copies of the Weeily Sentinel on trial for three months for $1, paftae paid. Wilkie Cou.i.v makes his pen pay. It has earned him $1 A'HTJ. A Chiesgo cattle twn can hardlv beat that. Is Landoa the women are helptnpon edu"atioD.l attain?. There are nine of them on he school board of that village. AMv.voiitof money neds some change He is not partirular about hU qrarters, and woild willingly take th bits in his mo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 January 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1880- 5 STILL THEY C03IE. Carolina Negroes Flocking: to Indiana in Droves Drummed Up by Sehtming Politicians. So Provision for tie Maintenance of Tuoae Already Here, and Democrats Applied to for Monej to Pay Their W&j Back. The Exodus Commute Cry for Eelp, and Say That If Democrats Do Not Come to the Rescue Their Republican Brethren W.ll Starve. On Friday night special train of three coaches ana baggage car followed the io coming paswnger train over the I., C. and L. road. The coaches were tilled with North Carolina negroes to the number of nearly 2G", including men, women and children They were ail ebaboily dressed, and each carried a Dack, in some instances not larger than a ' collar box, and from that size up to the dimensions of a barrel. These packs represented the sum total of their household gocds. They were directed into the gentleman's waiting room at the depot, and when they were all in every inch ol space was ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 January 1880

6 THE INDIANA STATE SEXTTNEE. WEDNESDAY, JAKUAIiY 21, 18S0. THE BEE KEEPERS. The Proceedings of the State Association Yesterday. A" Large Attendance of Gentlemen temted in the Mauufacturd of Honey. InA Number of Excellent Essays on tb Subject of Bee Culture Read ar.d Discusjea. I From Wednesday's Dally. The Indiana Beekeepers' association met in the Agricultural room at 10:"0 a. m. with 1'resiJent C. S. Schofield in the chair. The president stated the object of the meeting, which was for the purpose of forming a permanent organization of the beekeepers of the State for the farther advancement ot the beekeeplDg interest. After considerable discussion the report of the executive com mittee appointed at the last meeting was read and accepted, when the uiftiEg proceeded to the adoption of a constitution and by-laws. The question of vict-presidents was left open for further discussion. The dinner hour having arrived, the association adjoarned to - o'cljok p. in. Afleruowii Session. The a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 January 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY , JANUAIIY 21, 1880- POULTRY FANOIEUS. The Proceedings of th8 Last Day's Session Election of Officers. A Solenoid Banquet at the Grand Hotel in me Evening. A Number of Toasts oartd. Which Were Responded to toy Governor Williams, Gakral Mansoa. and Others Tne A-'uericiO Poultry awoc'ation convened again Tuesday morning at the Grand Hotel with President Sweet in the cair. Nothing of importance was done, except the Ph-mv? of a number of resolutions relative to taking cruia chicken from the standird. Mr. Ha' stead, from the coaimittee on a snb-titnte fur clause Xos. 1 and 10, reported as follows: "White fo there or f athers which are tipped one inch or more with white in any part of tne plumage except tbe crest small tips of wh;f- r giay to Ik; cat as defects. Tae f .lowing was ottered by Mr. Featcm, and unanimous-ly adopted: Kef lived. That the practice of selling stock and eg;;s ou credit is Injurious to the Interests or breeders, fanciers, aud th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 January 1880

8 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 21, 1880. fome mid $mu Household Knowledge. Giva:& Pcddisg. One cup not utte full ot anet, two cups c f bread crum'ja, two teaapoonfnla of powdered ginger; nix with tum molas-ea. butter a mold or basin, put in the podding, and bake for two or three tours; or, if preferred, steam it instead of baking. Aldf.ri.ky 1Ymis.. Two tablespoonfnls of Kroaod rice, the same of arrowroot, the yolks of two eggs a little grated lemon peel, augar to taste, and one pint of milk; mix together. Lay a little orange marmalade or other preserve at the bottom of a dfsh ; pour over it this mixture, and bake. Thk BirbCa'.f. It ia a pod plan to cover a bird cage at eight with a woolen or other cloth having a rough Surface, as the vermin which infest rooet birds will be attracted by the, great warmth, leave the bird for the coverin, and in the morning the latter may be icelded, and they will thui be destroyed. Amfex rnrMS'j. Half a pound of whitesug...

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