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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 February 1880

VOL, XXVIIL KP 7, INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1880-WITH SUPPLEMENT. T7HOJJE NO. 151G. f. t l t l I (5 ) ANOTHER 'NICK SCHEME. Eadic&li Negotiating far 640 Acres of Land fir a Nespro Colony. Joint H. Kaker' . Cohgre,l,iial IiMrirt Must he Saved. Special to the Sentinel: T Goshek, lnd Feb. 3. Considerable excitement was created In political circles in this city to-day ly the discovery that the Kepublicaa managers of this county were negotlatIn? for the purchase of Gl') acres of land in Middlebury township, with the intention of planting a colony of North Carolina negroes, 1 families In number, upon the land. Mr. Jacob Cornell, Jr a leading Republican politician, informed tbe Sentinel correspondent of the details of the movement, justifying the course of the Republican managers, as he claimed it waa Pri KSARY TO CAERT THIS CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT at the coming election. He also informed the Sentinel correspondent that ut first it wu the Intention of the Indianapoli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 February 1880

2 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 11, 1880. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 11. "Bucks'' are in demand. The Republican "bosses of de emgrashun" order the women and children to stay in North Carolina. How does Rev. Dr. Broyles like the title "bucks," which an Indianapolis Republican applies to thre masculine members of the colored race? - Thk Exodus Organ calls Heath "an ignorant negro." He knew enough to get a ride to Greencastle in a Government postal car. A white man can't "do it. Ask "one" Reynolds. No "bocks" were thought to be necegsar north of the Wabash, bat Baker's district is cloee, therefore 10 acres of land have been purchased in Elkhart county to settle enough bocks" to make the district Reliably radlcaL Cosklixv, it Is said, holds the Republicans of New York in "the hollow of his hand." Thus it is the me in New York as in Pennsylvania, and all over the country. The most desperate political gamblers of the Radical party are on tp. The Exodus Organ continues angry with...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 February 1880

ff THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY IL 1880. HOW THEY FAKE. A Sentinel Reporter Among the Negroes from North Carolina. Tha Poor Deluded Radical Took Sheering in Bare Booms, Over Ashes and Embers. Th Gilden Promises Held Oat to Them Are Realized Only in tns Imagination. Down on the Tbree-Notca road, naif a mile below the Belt railway, hudalei over poverty-stricken fires, which are kindled in two cook stoves, in a coaple of shanties, lire two families of colored people. They are from North Carolina, and this is the promised land which they have sought and found. It is not the Eden they anticipated; neither have they found any of the milk and honey which they were led to believe Mowed perpetually in this favored clime. Instead, they have found a cold and unsympathetic land, where the keen and biting blasts of a winter they knew not of whistles through the crevices, and chills their Dlood as they shiver around their meager fires. A Sentinel missionary strolled down that w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 February 1880

fHfi IKDX&TA STATE SENTtKEL- WEDNESDAY i FEBRUARY 11, 1880; WITH SUPPLEMENT WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY u Entered m second-class matter the oQce at Indianapolis, Id Äaft.j FOR THOMAS PRESID ENTf A- HF.NORICKS, or Di Subject to the decision tlW3 National Dcmo- cratloC .o&ventlon. KATES O f SUBSCRIPTION. Dally, delivered ,by rrtors, per week 9 53 Dallv. deliver - rArrkrs. Including Monday Ser -,i SO TJallV tO hCV, WUrn met OODV 3 Indiana pol i mm for 1 J80 Dilj. Sun- ' kf wnd Weefeljr Editions. AILY. Delivered fc--carrier, per week- 2o Dally, In' jmCing Hunday. per week- .... Dally, j irennum.toy malL.-.. - - W w Dally, i r annum by malt, Including und jr ifcy mft.ll 1 00 Pally, iottvered by carrier, per annum-. 12 00 Daily, ekvered by carrier, per annum, inci tng 8unday. 14 w eCBDAT. Bum -edition of 70 columns 2 00 WEEKLY. We afcfrr, per annum....-.. 100 T -postage on tubecriptiotui by mail Is prepa Kt.y the pnaiiwher. Sevsdealere supplied at three cents per copy, V 5...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 February 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1880. A FOUL MURDER. Im G. F. Brown Murdered Cold Blood. in s Skull Crushed In By Som9 Kind a Blent Instrument. of Illicit Lot Supposed to Hare Seen the Cause of the Blood j Deed. seph Wade Arrested for the Murder Mrs. Brown Held as an Accessor to the Crime. miglns Testimony Before toe CoronerMrs. Brown Weakens The Post Mortem. ot Prom Sunday's Dally. The horrible details of the decent V nte-t-Keyers butchery are icaiy toi j and fresh within the mind 0f tne public, Bnd 11 again we are cf ,ftd npon to reiate the cumstances of rther mur(jer. Which is, could be, more, vr,yolting in character than at terrible Hi8Ut trae.dy. The first Ümation of iTalr was heralded to the iblic throng' A toe column ot the Sentinel yesterday morning in V-ia following short kT8graph. x srsTTcrnrs find. fsr j&A aOoat Ho'elocfc Captains Splaun te bl and butaiy. and found the same jot twA mile out ou the National road. oy were tu tue possesion of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 February 1880

TKE JLNJJliVN A öTATJg ÖENT1XEL. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY Ii, 18ö0. THE HOME. It is not Jonbted that men hae a hw In tliat )lace her fach oua hu established Iii hearth and the anm of his pnetemions and fortune; whence he will not depart, if nothing call hiio aj; whence If he ha departed be acenia to be a wanderer, and if he return! he ceaxea to wauder. Definition fiom Civil Law. "Then tay at bunie, my heart, and reet The bird u iutf't in ita neitt; UVr all tliat flutter their wiage aud fly A hawk la hovering iu the ky; To etay at home ia best." Longfellow. OCR YO UNO FOLKS. OCT fur Boylaud. All aboard? A traveler tW all troo Babyland! Before niv eyes there comes a blur; But still I kb-s ruy hand. And try to ismile as off he goes. My bonny, winsome biy ! Yen, bon voyage! od ouly knows How much I wish tbee Joy ! Oh, tell roe; have yon heard of him? He wore a sailer a hat All silver-corded round the brim, And titrauger e'en than that A woadrons suit of navy blue. With p ckets deep and wide; ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 February 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY, FEKRUAHY 1L 1880- 7 DEMOCRATIC DOCTRINE. The Speech of Eon. John E. Neff Delivered Before the Heedrick a Club Wednesday Evening. An Kscelleul Rrtlrw of the 1'uWir. tion at I Mir in the tom1 11 ST Campaign. I 11(lEXTLKMKN " THE HEStmtCK Ctf I am here this evening In response to invitation you have so kindly extended to ise to address yon. I highly appreciate the compliment, andreturn to you my thanks for thw honor you have dorn) lue Your organization has been bo far attended with flattering succ?kh, and promises to be oneot grett uselulnes lu the approaching political contest in this State. Theeffleacy of a early aud thorough organization in political campaign can not be overestimated, and 1 express the hop. that the steps you have takeu to perfect as organliiion. w ill lfollowed bytheTOHDir Democrats throughout the täte. The political campaign tb:it we are noon to enter U to he one of unusual bitterness, nnequaled, perhaps, by any that has occ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 February 1880

THE INDIAN' A STAi'E SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY, FEBltTJAliY 11, 18SÖ. and Jfarm. TIotleholl Knowledge. Celery Cream Soi p To make c?Iery cream soup, boil & small cup of rice in three pints of milk until it will pass through a sieve; grate tlie white part of two heads ot celery (three, if small) on a bread grster; add this to the rice milk after it haa been strained; pot to it one quart of 'rong white t3c; let it boil until the celery is quite tender; eea son with salt and cayenne, a?d serve; if cream is obtainable, substitute one pint of it for the same quantity of milk. Scribner'a Monthly. Shall Bseikfast Briochk One pound and a half of sifted floor, 10 ounces of butter, one ounce of powdered augar, a pinch cf alt, one ounce ot German yea3t, four whole eggs and five yolks; mix the same as brioche, mold them into balls, which place on buttered biking sheets in the lorm of bun9; egg them over, make a hole in the top of each with your thumb, place in tbis a little ball cf bricch...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 February 1880

THE rNDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1880H3UPPLEMENT. 4 .-Jj'i''.M- -- I "WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11. THE OLD CROWD. -There is a certain decree of pleasure io looking over the mementoes and remembrances of the past Often too an pleasant and disagreeable memories and suggestions are uppermost. We noticed recently in a newspaper correspondence a brief review of tome of the eld set which eurroundtd Grant an4 hit administration some of the more prominent who were tossed to the surface as the whirl of events rapidly acd disgracefully revolved during a very notorious and corrupt era of American politics. As history, they say, repeats itself and it looks as if Grant may be forced upon the country for an indefinite period of time the Bima old crowd or their counterparts will doubtless be tossed to the surface again. The fUdical party is full ol these eama types, and they usually get on top and in the lead watfen men of the taste and inclinations of Grant are in the White House. T...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 February 1880

TITE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL-. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 18S0-SUPPLEMENT. IN EVE BY ft A, JC B. Pail. A turaed-dowa leaf, ahl most there be A trprd-doa leaf for 70a od me leaf tormd flown on tbe pe of Uf", Traced oVr vtia teare and inward strife, folded ibd (teased and laid aside VYIthla the depths of this volume vtdeT A taraed-dowa leaf? T, leave, and aoii fall many a page U that traced e'er Id wry life, eon Id we only look With atealthy fltnc through thla carious book; We hidden are they that anay Tae t arrewed hoes of Risry. A leaf turned down where stains and blot Ar trews! with dead forget-me-nots Turned dowa nod sealed where a grava was made, And Hope's crushed (lowers la eorrew laid; folded and creased then paw It bj With quivering lip and tearful eye. A leaf turned down o'er vanished yean. O'er youthful dreams a d parting tears. Where severed hearta in anguish deep Year 34 for the last eternal sloop, folded and creased'tis a sacred pure, Though worn aod dimmed with stains of eg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 March 1880

-.u;'! MUT V A : ----- V DTOIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY, 'MARCH 8, ie80-WITH SUPPLEMENT. vol. xxvm. NO 9. "WHOLE NO. 1518. : wya.j.v .Y.o'H'iWKr.T ,,rryrvr:7iB 'IT. ' "II V . " . - v i Vi n in GENERAL TELEGRAMS. NEWS FROM THE CAPITAL. THE CAXL FOR THE XATI05AL DEMOCRATIC CCXVXXTIOX ISSUED BY THE EXECCTIVE COMMITTEE or THE KATIONAL COMMITTEE. Washington, Feb. 24. Tip J executive committee of the National Democratic committee met to day with a full attendance, Hon. II. W. liar nam la the chair, auA issued the following call: The National Ikmocratic committee.having met in thevity of Washington. February 2., baa appointed Tuesday, the 22d ot Jane neu, 1 noon, aw the tirue, and chosen the city of Cincinnati as the place, ot hoMiftg the National Democratic convention. Each Stare is entitled to representation therein e-qual to a double number of Its senators ana rtpresenative In the Congress of the United States. AU Democrats, conservative and oUier citizens of the United States, Irrespective of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 March 1880

2 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY. MAUCH 3. 1880. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3. Szv York instruct for the Empire. Tbb foreign immigration, as booked at the port of Kew York for 1S79. was 00,000 in excess of the year 1878. Thkbk will be no pa-adesoa St. Patrick's Day. The money usuaiy expended on such occasions will be sent to Ireland. A RRGrajtR army of 20.000 men, it is believed, will answer every proper demand and save many millions of dollars. Moke? ii still at work showing up the rot tennese o! United State officials in China, bat Kvarts keep the rascals in otfice all the same. 1 the county of Mayo alone at laet dates, the number of persons in the grasp of the famine was 91,702, showing an increase in two weeks of 21.800. Wbw Grant returns from Mexico it bu been arranged for him to land in New Orleans, from which point he will travel through the South in the interest of his boom. Lord Dekbt ys English capitalists have sacrificed 500,000,000 by investing in foreign securities. The se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 March 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MAECH 3, 1880. 3 WHY UE BOLTED. Philadelphia Prem. He wm a faithful bank cashier a youth or modest mein, Who never tatted wine nor beer but who had aiwaya been Jn Sunday-school and In the church, a man whose pious waya Had won from all who knew htm the most on bounded pialwe. And tbosgh he handled wealth uutold he often used to nay No honest man would tbirat for gold he dldnt anyway. And so tbe bank directors smiled and rubbed their hands with flee. And complimented him real nice on his truth and probity. They drew their regular dividends a very fair per cent., A practice which It always tends to make a man content. And the modest cashier salary, as he didnt ask for more, Was permitted to remain unchanged Just as It stood before. Bat one day a revelation made that clear which was opiqne. And the bursted bans sensation" caused a general sort of shake : F"or that unassuming cashier who was never after found. Had bolted with a million which was lyi...

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

t I THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1880, WITH SUPPLEMENT. "WEDNESDAY. .MARCH 3. v FOR PRESIDENT, THOMAS A.' HEN D RICKS, . , . .'.'!; Ol IXDIAKA, . fctitJect to the? decision of the National Demo- . i cratlo Convention, , RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Daily, delivered by carriers, per week 10 25 XMHy, delivered by carriers, Including Sunday Sentinel, per weeK 30 Daily to newsdealers, per oopy 3 Indianapolis Sentinel tot 1880 Daily, Sunday and Weekly Edition. DAI LT. Delivered by carrier, per week... f 25 Daily, including öunday, per week... SO Dally, per annum, by mall . 10 00 Dally, per annum by mall. Including Suuday by mall 13 00 Daily, delivered by carrier, per annum.. 12 00 Daily, delivered by carrier, per annum, inolnding Handily. 1100 8 CUD AY. Bunday edition of 70 columns ...J 2 00 WEEKLY. Weekly, per annum... .. f 100 Th postage on subscriptions by mall la pre paid by the publisher Newsdealers supplied at three oenta per copy postage or other chances prepaid. The ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 March 1880

I THE INDIANA .STATE SENTINEL, . iWEDNESD A Y,' , MARCH 3,- 188Ö; 4 1 4-. INTERESTING INTERVIEW. Hon. TV. II; Endish Tells About His Eastern Trip. The' Plan of 51s Public Kail Adopted and Its Balldirg: the Present Season a Certainty. Vi it to .Mr. Tilden-His Physical Condition and Other Interesting Items Something . About Hendricls, McDonald and Voorhess. Mr. English Sot a Candidate for Either President or Vice President, and Will Not Allrw His Name to Go Before the 1 Conventloa In Antagonism i to El tier Hendricks , ..- - or TU den. A Sentinel commissioner waited on Hon. t Vt"m- H. .English," who has just returned A - - 1 ., A . U - i.'ik. come auer ui auseuge ui iwu wetis tu we Eastern cities," and wm received by that gentleman in his usual friendly and cordial manner. In answer to inquiries, it was ascertained (lila l iUI, .ciJgi.U, ai LCl CAaumtug uiaujr buildings in the Eastern cities, has selected X the plan of the Grand Opera House of lSew lork City for his public hall on Cir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 March 1880

6 THE HOME. It 1 not doubted that nn hT a torn in that pUca wbr ach od bu established hit hearth od the in ua of hi puMeasiooa and fortnnev; wbenoe he will Dot depart, if nothing clls him away; whence if he hu departed he Mmi to be a waoderer, od if he ft tarn be ertaet to wander. IXloitioa from C'ltil "Thn tay at home, my heart, and rert The bird ia aft in ita neat; O'er all that flatter their wing aud Itj A hawk la boTcring in the kj; To ldj at home ii beet." Longfellow. OUK YOUNG FOLKS. Rattle of thr Bon. liow many bone la the human face? Fourteen, when they're ail in place. How many bonta In the human hnl? Klght, my child, as I've often Haid. How many bones In the human ear? Three in each, and tüey help to hear. How many bones In the human spine? Twenty-lx, like a climbing Tine. How many bones of the buman chest ? Twenty-lonr ribs, and two of the rst. How many bones the shoulders bind? Two in each one before, one belaud. How many bones in the human arm? In each arm one; two la e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 March 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1880.' TIHßD.TEB3IIS3I. Thnotkj 0. Howe th. Georgs Washington atd Thomas Jef arson. A Timely Iter lew of theThlrd-Tenn Theory Vrona m Kepabllon Standpolut. Dszed by the civilities which the Old World baa lately extended to a distinguished citiun of our country, Mr. Timothy O. Howe, In the February number of the North American Review, charges the representatives of the United States with having enacted a ''champion piece of charlatanry" when, on the 15tn day cf December, 1875. they passed the following resolution: "That, in the opinion of this House, the precedent established by Washington and other presidents of tlij United State, in retiring from the presidential office, after their second term, has become, by universal concurrence, a part of our republican system of government, and that any departure from this time-honored custom would be unwise, unpatriotic, and fraught with peril to our free institutions." This resolution, known as...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 March 1880

U i .1-. THE KJbliLNA STATE SENTTOT23:, WEDNESDAY MAIlOEt 3, 1880 - T T THE FARM. The Mahopac Potato raised by Mr. John C. Webb, of Morgan county, who procured the seed from Oracge county, New York, and paid $2 a peck for it, has proved to be the most productive variety now in cultivation. Farmers who bve made the culture -of potatoes a specialty pronounce the Mabopac potato tha most wonderful potato they ever saw, havir.g produced 33? i bushls fTota one pound tf seed, and prize it above all other varieties. In some instances thej reach the er.ormoua eizs of 11 inches in lent-th, besides they are uniformly healthy, beinjr Tree from rot and ether tlteeases incident to poUtoes of other varieties. Generally they are of uniform size with "fcw email one9, their shape 13 Ion, s-mcoth and oval, akin liRht rosa color and rery haulsomein appearance. The Mahopac ire t.n excellent keeper, retaining its quality throughout the season. Its uniform productivenew, fire quality and freedom from rot ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 March 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1880-SUPPLEMENT "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3. , It is Intimated thet Roscoe and Don will not be able to d liver their Grant goods, promised at the New York and Fennsylvan'a con yen Hons, In rood order at Chicago. Aff EARLY CAMPAIQ5 LIE. To the Editor or the Reutluel : biB It I reported here by Republicans that our candidate f . r governor, Hon. L-tudn-s, made a secret aDd unfair compromise of bis debt a yea or two ago. by whicti he unjustly oom polled o is creditors to acc-pt. about 40 ceuts on tue dollar and release bitn While we cl not ' believe tbe report, we are anxious to be abl 10 contradict It intelligent y. W know of one wbo la a candidate tor nomination on the Republican ticket wbo did tii 1 Identic 1 thing, tat we don't want any such men on oar ticKt-u Will you plette give the fact in your valuable - daily at ouce, aud reatly oMlfte Many Democrats. Greensburg, Ind , Feb. 23. Of course there Is no truth in the above charge agaicst Mr. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 March 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY, MAttCIl 3, 1880-SUPPLEMENT. JTOT ALL IS BRIXOI.KO L'P. It lun't 11 In bringing op; Let folk say what they will; " Ton silver wah a p-wtrr-cnp twill be pater ttill. ' E'en be of old, wise Salomon, Who said, "Train ap a child," . If I mistake not raised a bod. Cay, rattle-brained and wild. A man of mark who faia would pass For lord of tea and land. May hare tbe training of an a, Aid bring him np full and grand. Mar give bim all the wraith of lore Of college and of achool, Trt alter all make bira do more Tban just a decent tool. Another, raiaed by penary Upon her bitter bread. Whose read to knowledge is like that The good, for lleaven, must tread, Hai not a apark of nature'! light. He'll fan it to a flame, Till in ita burning leiten bright. The world may read hia name. If it were all in bringing np. In coaneel and restraint. Some raecals had been honeat men I'd been myself a eaint. Ob! tisa't all in bringing np. Let folka say what they will; Negle...

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