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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 January 1880

1 HE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21188Q-SUPPLEMENT. A DREAM OF LO.NÜ AGO. BY AMANDA M. BRIOGS. Soft sleps the earth In Night'e mibrace. The riTr raariueni low. While softly Fancy's floors trare Tbo K-tnri of long apo; Somehow, in etillj nights like this. That parting in the lane Comes bai t in all its drrarj blis And all it bitter pain. llow well I can recall the scene. The haunting picture fair, The flitting shaile, the silvery sheen, Athwart Nell' golden hairt J nut how the lazy river swept Down past the mined mill, And how the moonbeams softly slpt Upon the die ant hl IL The starlit fields, the dewy grass, The meadow lark's sweet song; The purple hills, the narrow pa. The rirer windiug long; The ring-dove calliDg to his mate, Adown the dnsky lane; The cooing notes with ssdoess freight The nigbt-birds low refrain. I could not speak the word "Farewell." Ohl Why he t we to part? Ard in that swetest starlit dell, To sever hesrt from heart. We vowed beside the solemn str...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 January 1880

'J HE INDIANA. STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY .21. 1880H3UPPX,EMENT BLOCKADE IIÜ.NN1NG. Th Psrlla Wliicli Attendtd Running the PolomiC Bkckidt. BprleTd From the GUow. by the Mercy of President uwom. Philadelphia Times. The x-blockade-runner was hardly reco n'uable when the Time man again encount ered him. A serviceable winter suit an o oro snbsituted for the time-worn VvCiw attire in which he had last appeared. T outfit waa complete even to a hat of apr.mvd width of brim, from under which his Mr.k eves flashed cood-fellowship and w vel come. "Yes, I got a brush freni the wing of fortane," said he, noticing the inquini rUnce "A loi of old Confods held a met' ing here a little while ago, and these tog are evidences of the feeling they have lor an oil comrade. The luck stopped there, though for the old wound has been troubling me nd I guess we'd better go in here if we'r ovmo- to talk." The "her" referred to was i coiey beer saloon, with which he seemed to to familiar, for the glas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 January 1880

..v A ' I ' ' VOL. XXVJJLt. XO 4. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY, JANUAIIY 281880-WITH SUPPLEMENT. WHOLE NO. 1513. .(JjM tili i j f ä i i ii i i c i i i iiii r ii i TUE MUDDLE IX 3IAIXE. The State House Still Protected ," by Uie Militia. Wliat Governor Divis Sajs Regarding rfto Military Order. ArÄ5port That the Pasionista Charge ' ' Garceloa With Selling Cut. It Is Ecmored That a Large Amount of ' Anna and Ammunition Has Been f ttrchased at Hew York. Th laeattons of' lulo LefilalHlMre KulMMllted tt We Supreme 'onrt. Til K ITl'ATION. Main Coitimes t Attract tl TCye of the Nation. Although Nothing Very Startling In th Situation. Rofrroir, Jan. 20 The Herald's Urnnswirk special says: Oeuernl Chamberlain disapproves the actlf a of the governor la shutting oat from tlie ISiate Ilonse the Fusion Legislature. He declares tb&t on SuadRV last Uovroor Dvis. having sought counsel of htni in the matter, prospectiveof such an exigency Hrising, he labored for .two hour to convince that offic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 January 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNE8DAY. JANUARY 28, 1880. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28. The "New" political firm is New, Dudley & Co. (limited.) Jim Woodard is the Co. "We wonder at what figures Duo'a Commercial agency rates the "New" concern. Tableav: JohnC. New, chairman of the Judical State Central committee. United States Marshal Dudley and the Cincinnati Enquirer manufacturing political pyrotechnics to amuse the Radical party. h, no! Jim Woodard ol the Cincinnati Enquirer, says he was not ''working in the interest of the Republican party," but that he had been in consultation with John C. New and the United States marshal in setting up the asylum job for Republican camp&ira thunder. Gentle Jim? Innocent Jim! Is there telephonic connection between the Radical State Central committee rooms and the bireau in this city of the Cincinnati Knquirer? Jim Woodard at one end of a telephone and Dudley or John C. New at the other would make euch a cherubic combination that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 January 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY JANUABY 2 1880. GENERAL JACKSOVS LOVE STORY. His Cbivalric and Haraantlc ABectlou far His Wife Through All the Change of Ilia Career. On the anniversary of tlie little of NewOrleans, an account was reprinted of the re. cent Jisrmrry in "Washington of & large trunk full of papers which helonsjed to fJcneral Jaokon. From these the Cincinnati Commercial has complil the following ketches of (reneral Jackson's married life: "Colonel John Donelson, a wealthy- ami enterprising Virginia surveyor and the fath er of Jlra. Jackson, emigrated to lennc-ee uith hi- family alut the year 1780. lie descended the Ilolston river to the Tennessee, thenwdown the Tennessee to the Ohio, up the Ohio to the Cumberland, and up the. Cumberland to the vicinity ot'Nailivillo, where he fixed his home. It wa a voyage of 2,000 miles and attended with much adventure, and peril. His daughter, Rachel, then a girl of 10 or 12 year, hared its dangers as well as the dang...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 January 1880

4 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1880. THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WITH SUPPLEMENT. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 28 . SPECIAL NOT I CK. A-ert f I the Weekly 8entiuel (or subscriber? sending their subscriptions to Una oilice d.recti should, when ordering the Rc.-e Tamer and Name Writer premium, give the r.ame of the eswin' machine to which this device is to be attached. If th is direction i? followed, it will save ranch trouble and unnecessary correspondence. MISCEGENATION. To the Fd.u.r of the Sentinel: sir Will you plea4 write an article on talscetrenatlon i The ladle of lUis town , I H-mo-crats and Republicans, ask It as a favor. The ladies look upon the Journal of your city as a miscegenation paper, because it lias said that nobody's daughters demand white husbands or none, except ttoe of Democrats. In view of the treat number or negroes now coming to Indiana, the Journal's posit ion is regarded as exceedingly objectionable. A Fkiexd ok Women. Mont icetc-, Ind., Jsn.w. - We are aware that the Journ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 January 1880

TOE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, JANÜAHY 28, 1880- 5 HUTCHINSON'S HADES - Pencil, Drivers Never ' Existed. : Overwhelming Testimony Relating thfl : Charges Against the Minagerant of the Insane Asylum. The Attendants and Patient Give the Lie to tie Journal's Account of. Yesterday. Taey Claim to Bave Been Mlsrepreiented and Their Statements Distorted Hutcnlnion the Only Witness Left. iTndUcapohs Sentinel, Jan. 21.; A Sentinel reporter visited the Hospital (or the Insane yesterday afternoon for the purpose of Inquiring Into the troth of the statements published in yesterday's Journal, which purported to be the testimony as given by the attendants at the institution. In the cases of Erteile and Tobias, who, it was claimed by the Journal representative, were suffering from the effects of having their legs bound together so tightly as to cause ulcerated sores, and otherwise depicting these two "poor, belplees, hopelessly insane creatures" aa having been terribly maltrerted by the at...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 January 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28i 1880. IT DID NOT RAIN. by o. r. DIUWCK. A literary circle sitting At a plaoo not far away. While a chap waa ready getting. At tbe close of one sad üay. To e locate a recitation ; On the platform front be stood. From apparent Hesitation Choosing be some subject good. Audience, hat in hand, already To arise and homeward go. If perchance, to make a spread, he Should commence on "Beautiful Bw. "Ahem! Ah Hem!" his throat he8Cearlng, Then their hats they Jammed on tight. That audience scooted, madly swearing: "Curfew Shall not Ring To-Night." OVERWHELMING A PARSON, 'I'm real glad you've come, 3IUs Turdy?' exclaimed Miss Betsey Marvin opening the door of the village dressmaker. "I've U en expecting you &ir thi three weeks. My alapaca is gettin" so rutty I'm most a?Jimed to wear it. When'd you get home?" "Last night,'' answered the little woman ; shaking out the folds of the large figunwl delaine before her. "Then you haven't he...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 January 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, JANUAItY 28, 1880- LIES NAILED. Statements of the Attendants at the Insane Hospital in Regard to the Conduct of the Institution. The Insane Hntterings of a Watchman, Better Fitted to Occupy th8 Position of Patient John a Hew, United States Marshal Dudley a ad " Jajhawker," of the Cincinnati Ice cirer, Tonn a Politi cal Partnership, Tor the Purpose of Manufacturing Cam paign Thunder for the Badical -Party. Interviewe Witt, a Number of Employes, in Which. Tney Stamp the LI on All the First rrslucts of the "Machine." la relation to the allegations made by Jeremiah Hutchinson in the Journal of Thursday, :r eck;f.rs states to a tentinel representative that they are "eminently false and monstrous." He is impelled under the circumstances to consider the source, and then make a eorrect statement o the lacts to which these horrible deformities relate. If thought desirable, a thorough investigation is invited, and every facility will be afforded. Mr. Hut...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 January 1880

0I Til.TAU. 'fA(I5ZKa:i7r .JR'ATKi?. STAT ASLtAUYA 'JUT m . -.. . u net : i cthe . ATE 'SENTrNEli;,' WiJ DNESDA.Y,' UiBXS&i ,1880; : : 1 1 Hour hold Knowledge. Si-KAMEO EsiAD ASD BlTTER rCPDISOLay'the brcta 'and butter in a basin with aprioot and other m between; add a custard m for baked pudding, and steam it. 1'iiAi iro ;Tcket.To ocb ran W oysters add bread crumbs until you can , mold It like a loal of bread; add also butter the siie of two eggs, pepper, ilt and a little pulverized sage.. -This is delicious. Drisk roR the Sick. Two teaepoonfuN of arrowroot in a quart pitcher, with a little water; three teaspoonfuls cf white sugar, Ux ) dice of tne lemon and part of tbe rind; etlrfiwetcly whila pontio? bailing water until the pitcher'iitail. Drfnkcold. IjACbb Choc of .ate. Break into pieces two tyancfesof cacao laite; put,lt into a saucepan ytith a email tumbler o! water; place Uf on the tire and stir constantly; when it haa become yery smooth, -d one and a half pints o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 January 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY, JANUAHY 28, 1880-SUPPLEMENT. ONLY AX ERRAXD BOT. Only an errand txj-,dolDg bla duty. Kimb e of foot anJ ot rtsolat wLl; What will Ooccme t mm? What la th aura of hlrn? Where la the Dich he's appointed to fill T Only an errand boy; out In All weathers; Heavily laden, and hungry and sad; ThU way and t'other way, Driven a boat all day, No one considers the poor little lad. Only an errand boy; jet there'a a future Lying before him, for which he most plan; Hin all It the recompense Now for tbe diligence With which he waits on tbe prosperous man, Yet before many years he will have rixen Dp to a height be la fitted to fill ; Giving bis orders oat, Bending as aids about. Men whom be served wlib obedient will. Only an errand boy, through the crowd poshing, Eager tbe goal end hin wage to gain : Waich him, and you will see What la bU destiny ; What the reward he Is eure to obtain. Only an errand boy, cheerful and willing; Born amid poverty; held under ban...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 January 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1880-SUPPLEMENT toilers. ' ST amos. . ,Wl) tries; from the earth Ita choicest pm The ore that make the rich wut gain? Who fashion crow us and diadems, That kings and queens may reiga? Totler they are ia hnmble (tat. - Who work nnhonorvd and unknown. While mere pretence it ranked at treat; Thus ia the world to full prone. The thing men prise a good or fair. And which tney lavish gold to gain. Bat Come throunh patient labor's care The product of tite band or bmiu. Till labor d-th its grace impart. The ma bio's beauty i auknown; Ire transformed by the cnlpu.r's art, Ti bat shapeless mui of stone. The mocaroenta ia Egypt placed At some forgotten king coa maud, Bar still the marke the builders' traced. And prove the might of labors band. We care not tT the kingly race Who aoognt a niche of fame to fill, Bat ia thoe mighty work we trace The wonder of tb toiler' kill. Cltlea are boiltby men unnamed Tu earth gigantic forests hurled; By labo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 February 1880

II I 1 Ii a; .... I C X -4 ACT"?-- I: voi . XXVni. NO 5. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY, FEBllUAliY 47 lböO-WITH SUPPLEMENT. WHOLE NO. 1514. WM' L ). I Y GENEltAL TELEGILUIS. HOYNTOS VS. SnKKM.VX, Text nf th tbarc-a and spe-eilietltt l'rrrrmU AniiKKifTifritl Slirrinitn ly II.'V. I l'ojntwn. Washington, Jan. -'S. ISN), liou. Alexander lUuiscy, Secretary of War: Sie Herewith I Inclose for your Information, and i Ii rooah you for the information of the president. In his capacity Of rnraranmt ln-cüiei of the army, a charge, with speculation, walnut William T. Sherman, general of the ami y, for "ee ml net tinbefoniinj "n ollicer and a gentle man,' in violating tlie rmuinal laws of this lUatriet, wbicb define, and punlsü the crime of slanoer. Xhe Ktral rtahtnf a citlcu to prefersuoh ehan-.-s is fully re couulcd in im opinion recorded in vol. Hi, page t;. Opinions of the Judge Auvoeate Geueralof the Army, In the following words, to-wit: BCRF.AU MlUTAJkY .Ii STK , Jmy 2'', lv-i. ) "I'ArTAix I have...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 February 1880

THE IISTDIASTA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY, FEBttUABY 4 1880. WITH SUPPLEMENT. "WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY" 4 Who cashed that $625 draft from Washing too City a short time since to purchase tickets (or sever! car-loads of. negroes to Indiana? The rumors of Grant's withdrawal is simply to keep him before the people. Anything.from being burned in edgy by Dennis Kearney to riding 6ix torses in a circus, seems to hare the desired effect. The Camercnian band of trainers, who have him in charge, understand their business. Who paid that draft which came from "Washington City a short time ago, to pay the fare of North Carolina negroes from that city to Indianapolis? It was paid at a bank in this city, and our information is that the negroes could not get out of Washington until that draft was paid. Who paid it? Some one did. JiDt-E Martikdale, it seems, received a letter from Washington City at the begin ning of the exodus movement, but a Dr. Eliiott answered it, telling Terry and Williams to come t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 February 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 4, 1880. ft I DEOPPED DEAD Colonel Nslson Trusler .Falls Dead at the Grand Opera Home. "The neople congregated at the Opera Hone Thursday eveniiig to witness the play of "Oar German Senator" were startled at seeing a man fall heayily to the floor while passing down the center aisle to the parquet. He proved to be Colonel Nelson Trusler, the United States attorney for this district, who had bnt a moment before entered the hall, in company with his wife, Uten a programme of the even icj-'s entertainment, and was beiDg shown seats by the usher. At tint it was the Impression that he had only stumbled anl fell, bat as he did not attempt to get np, several gentlemen near by went to him, when it was found that he was dying. lis was immediately taken into the hall way entrance to the theater, and medical aid summoned. Dr. Richardson, who happened to be in the theater at the time, at tended the dying man. Ue revived a little after being removed ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 February 1880

If THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, FEimiTAHY 4. 188(K 1 - i . - r - - - - ' I - - i i i i ii - - WITH SUPPl7EMENTr WKDNKSDAY. FEBRUARY 4 roß puts I DENT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, Or INDIANA. CA,bjecl K thedecialou of tue National Ikuqocratic Convention. KITES Ol' Sl'IISCICI l'TIOX. Daily, dt-bvered by carriers, per week- SO 25 Dally, delivered by carriers, including Manday Sentinel, per week 30 DaUy to newsdealers, per copy 3 IodUrutpoU Sentinel for 18X0 Daily, Sunday Hud Weekly Edition. PAiLY. le!5verti ty carrier, per week 25 IUfcitj, including Sunday, per week- & I'il5, per annum, by njail 10 CO Daily, per tanutu by all, Including Monday ty mail .. . 12 w Daily, delivered by carrier, per annum... 1- UO I uly, delivered by carrier, per annum, including nuüay. 1100 UXIY. Randay edition of 70 coluruus .9 2 00 WEEKLY. Wetifclj, lr aiinoui t 1 UO Ttt i8tage on subscriptions by mail is prepaid by tho publisher. Newsdealers supplu-d at three ceuts percopy, postage or otte...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 February 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1880: INSANE ASYLUM ECHOES. Tbs lUcent H&Hcioas Attack oa tho M idgement Will Do So Harra. The Mad Hour es of the Past aa Compared Witt Aiylimt of tht Present Day. The recently emblazoned falsehoods purporting to be an exposure of inhumanity on the part of the management at the Insane Asylum will bare a wholesome publio infla ence, in that, new interest will be awakened tor the institution, and new sympathy generated for the distressed inmates. It la bat a few years since benevolence, ided by wisdom, constructed the fitat asy- lam. JJo"7 ex were mad housea, ( greSa to enact, in order to hold a world's fair j tf. Httentjon a nd, indeed, all In horror that the name . in the city of New ork daring the year , of militarv who enteil the bank and inimplies. They were living sepnlchers for t l!iU. I-olio wing is the synopsis: .miivd for th. cashier. They were evidentlv the unfortunates, and when the door was , IheExposUion la i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 February 1880

4 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 4, 1880. HELEN Or TYRE. HIXRT W. LO 50 FELLOW. What phantom Is this that appears Through the purple mists of tne years,. Itself hut a mut like these? A womiD of cloud and of fire; ltM she; It is iiejen of Tyre, The town in the midst of the teas! o Tyre! in thy crowded streets The phantom appears and retreats. And the Israelites, that sell Thy lilies and lions of bras, iook np as they see her pans. And murmur "Jezeoel!" Then another phantom is seen At her side, in a gray gabardine. With beard that iloats to his waist ; It is Simon Magus, the steer; lie speaks, and she pauses to hear The words he utters la hasto. He says: "From this evil lame From this life of sorrow and shame, I will lift thee and make the miae; Thou hast been taeen Can dace. And. Helen of Troy, and shalt be The Intelligence Divine!" Oh. sweet as the breath of morn. To the fallen and forlorn Are whispered words of praise. For the famished heart believes The falsehood t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 February 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1880. GENERAL TELEGRAMS. MAINE. THE 1EC1!0.S CF THE St'PREMK COI RT OS THE l"EJTI0XS Or THE FlI0!U8TS. Bahc;or, Jan. 27. The following is a full text of tbe unanimous decision of the luoreme Judicial court, completed this evening, declining to reoognite the Futlonlst bodies at AnKUata.und explicitly declaring the House and Senate now nolding sesslou in the State House of Maine, the legal Legislature of -Maine: Ban;or, Jan. 27. 18S0. Ia respoue to the foregoing communication, the undersigned justice it of the supreme judicial court, have the honor to siiy tfcnt while we c n not a 1 mit, even by implication, that ih- st tement and questions now ix? lore as are presented by uny legally orgaalzed legislative bedy, so as to require any opinion trom us under the roudtaliooal provision (act 6, sec. 3i, we feel that we snould be ommlttlng an important servl't, which the people of thislxloved tate and the. eentlemen who have presented these ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 4 February 1880

.11 TUB 'INDIAN A STATE SENTJLNELU WEDNESDAY IfEBllUABY 4r . 1880. 8 f i THE FARM. Hints fnt February. Pi-owix; Should be done only when the toil will crumble loosely; when the plow smears the upturned surface the soil will be injured. Wnile earlineis and forehandedness are commendable, one Bhould make taste with caution. Is. AhkaI A farmer should always think in advance of bis work. The whole plan mnt be laid out In the head, before tbe hands are put to it. There is time yet left for thinking over what should be done in the next two or three bosy months. Yor Cui;ke Karly chickens which can be reared easily if proper can- Is given, may be kept in a glass covered coop protected at night by covering with straw. If evere cold is feared, tieat a couple of bncke hot in the oveD. wrap them in a piece of eirpet. and pot them in the coop. A large cm or jug of hot water is also a very good warmer. Siriso Whkat. In many localities spring wheat will succeed if it is sown early. Oen weather thi...

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