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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 4 December 1878

f 11 VOL. XXVIL NO 68. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1878. WHOLE NO. 259. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. A Tarn Review of the General Condition of the Country. The Southern Quest;oa Quietly but Significantly Discussed. 4'ooffreea Advised to Refrain from Fur Ihcr Financial Legislation. Fellow Cltlien of the Senate and House of Kepresen attves: ... , Our heartfelt gratitude Is due the Divine Beint who holds lu uU hands the destinies of nation, for the continued bestowal durln? last year of counties blessings upon our countr'Ve are at peace with all other nations. Our creuit ban Kreutly Improve , and is, perhaps, now strouger than ever before. Aouutlant harvests have rewar.ed the labors of those who till the soil; our manufacturing Industrie are reviving.-aud it Is believed that general pros, erlty, which has been so lon anxiously looked lor, Is at last within our reach. THE YKLLOW FEVEK. 1'he enjoymeut of health by our people generally has, however, been Interrupted during the pi...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 4, 1878- 1 WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 4. The Journal sajs that it will not be forced into a defense of the benevolent Institutions. The reasons are obvious; it can make none. It tried it and failed. Yeeterday it weakened, and endeavors to lay the blame for mismanagement on past legislatures. The superintendents of all three of ths benevolent institutions have relatives occupying positions under them, which is contrary to law. "What has the Journal to say about that? Soms months ago expert employed by the commissioners of Marion county discovered that four radical treasurers of the county -were defaulters to an amount exceeding $13,000. The Journal has never uttered one word of condemnation, nor demanded the repayment to the county of this money taken from the tax-payers by radical defaulting officials. With this record it has the unspeakable Impudence to talk about robbing the people by honest county officials who take what the law al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 4 December 1878

ai,. THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOENING, DECEMBER 4, 1878. PER PACEM AD Ll'CEH. I do not aek, 0 Lord, that life may be A pletwant road; I do not ask Uat Tbou woulJ.tt take from me Augntof Its load; I do not ask that flowers should always spring Beneath my feet; I know too well the poison and the sting Of things too sweet. For one thing only. Lord, dear Lord, I plead, Lead me aright Though strength should falter and though heart should bleed Through peace to light. I do not ak, O Lord, that Thou shouldst shed Full radiance here; Give but a ray of peace that I may tread Without a fear. I do not ask my cross to understand, My way to see: Better In darkneH, just to feel Thy hand And follow Thee. Joy Is like restless day; bat peace divine Ltke quiet night; Lead me, O Lord, till jwrlt-ct day shall shine. Through peace to light. THE COLONEL'S SENTENCE. An Alcerlaa Story. I David Ker, in Llpplncott's for December. "I've known many clever fellows in my time," aaid Paul Dupont, Fre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 4 December 1878

7 t THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "(WEDNESDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 1878-' WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 4. TEBH8 (POSTAGE PAID)! IKVAJUA.BLT CASH IS ADVA2JCK, DAILY: Wlthoue Banday lasae 1 Copy one year umX) With Sunday Inane. . 112. UO 6.00 300 1.00 as 1 Unpv nix months aW 1 Copy three months 2.60 1 Copy one montn. Nv e.axrler -20 Additions to cinba received at any time at eiub ratei. WEEKLY: HlnrleCoDV one year - 1,00 dubs or nve one year. 6.00 f un nnr. f jn-id tn extra CODT to the getter ap of the club) JJMJJ Clubsof twety two,one year Z0.J Agents -wanted at every poet office In the etate. Bend tor outnt. nw to KcbkI Honey. RMnittanrM mav made by draft, money' order, or registered letter, at our risk. Give Portofflce addrew in fall, Including Bute and Comity, aad address 1NOIAN4POU9 BESTISEL CO. CHANGE IN MANAGEMENT. For the information of the public It is announced that a change has been made in the business management of the Sentine office, Mr. John I. Cooper, owing to a pressure of weighty ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 4 December 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEI "WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4, 1878. -1; IVASHiaGTOX TOPICS. Hews and Botes from the Capital. - THX OKIES BACKERS AN ADDRESS TO THE PEOPLE THX 8IXTEEX KILL STICK TO A MAN. "Washington, Dec 2. The members of the central executive committee of the cations!' party to-day issued an address to the people of the United States reviewing the rise and promires of the party, predicting continued success and rapid spread, of its princi Dies and expressing confidence that the party will elect its candidates for president in 1880, with majorities in congress and in nearly all state legislatures. The address denounces the action ef banks, in sneaking through clearing house association of New York, end says: "The contest, is not between the republican and democratic party, it Is between the money rower and the people; between bank bills based on untaxed toads and a government's legal tender currency, and the people have no chance whatever of ever securing their emancipa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 4 December 1878

0 THE m INDIANA. STATE SENTINEL,, WEDNESDAY .MORNING- DECEMBER .4, 1878. MAN EATERS AND MISSIONARIES. Four Wesleyan Teachers Feasted Upon by New Britain Barbarian , Frcm Fifty to Eighty Savages Slain an Avenging Expedition 7 future stately or Traders mmd Preachers Kerured. ' New York Herald. The telegraph reported toma weeks ago that five Wesleyan missionaries had been killed and eaten by tbe natives of New Zealand. Persons who were acquainted with the condition of New Zeland took the liberty to doubt the story; for though they niigt admit the possibility of a party of hoodlum Maories indulging in a (east of the kind they did not conceive it at all probable. The story and the doubts are both confirmed. Four Wesleyan missionaries hava been killed and eaten, bat by natlyps of New Britain, not of New Zealand. AN OUTBREAK OF CANKirAXISkt. On the 13th of February Mr. Brown heard that there had been fighting among the natives, and a chief named Torogood had got five bodies, which they wer...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 4 December 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEI WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 4 1878. 7i V 1 DOXT STOP HT PAPER. Don't stop my paper, printer, Dont strike my name off yet; You know the tiraea are stringent, And a dollar's bard to get ; Bat tag a little harder Is what 1 mean to do. And scrape the dimes together, Enough for me and you. 1 cant afford to Orop it; I find it doesn't pay To do without a paper. However others may: I hate to ask my neighbors To give theirs or loan ; They don't Jut ay but mean It, ' Why don't you have your own T You cant tell how we miss it, If It, by any fate. Should happen not to reach us, Or come a lit tie la te ; Then all is in a hnbbub, And things go all awry. And, printer, if you're married. You know the reason why. The children want their stories And wife is anxious, too. At first to glance it over, And then to read it through, And I to read the leaders. And con the book reviews. And scan the corresponence, And every scrap of news. I can not do without It, It Is no use to tr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 4 December 1878

THE INXjIANA-.STATESENIN 4, J878. tgomc and itrin. AGRICULTURAL HOTI'H. Look for. and mske all necessary repairs about the out-buildings. Roots in cellar should be overhauled oc CSMonally; and decayed ones removed. The clearing of swamps may be done better a little later; tussock cut eaiaer when fro zen. Warmth raves feed, helps fattening, and often prevents sickness, if not the total loss . . . 01 an ammai. Potatoes that are suspected of rot, may - 1 1 sometimes be saved by sprinkling ary siacxea lime over mem. Swamp muck for use as an absorbent may be dug now, and left to freeze dry ready for use in a few weeks. The ice house should be cleaned out and prepared for ice, and a stock of sawdust be procured for packing. At the close of the year make an inventory, and if no accounts have been kept neretorore, It will pay to begin then. Cellar windows should be made secure against frost, either by a double sash, or outside protection of shutters, riowine of heavy soils may be done to ad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 11 December 1878

4 mum. YOL. XXVU. NO GO. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, 1878. WHOLE NO. 260. WASHINGTON. Investigation of Consular Affairs in China Continued. 0. Wiley Wells and Minister Seward Come Near Fighting. Wells Calla Seward a Liar, Wkich Produces a Scene. Secretary Sherman Sends a Bill to the Erase for RegRlating Revenues. Ee Is in Favor of Raising the Duty on Sugar to Prevent Frauds. Postmaster General Key Informs the House that He Heeds More Money, And if He Does tfot Get it the Postal Oars Will he Discontinued. WASniKGTON TOMCS. Xvtft and News from tbe Capital. Washington, Dec 9. The select committee investigating the omission ot the Hot 'Springs clause from the sundry civil appropriation bill of last session met this morning and examined Thomas A. Bntt, temporary officer of the secret service -division of the treasury department, who rcafo a report to Secretary Sherman, which was sent to Mr. Atkins and by him to this committee. Britt's examination was uninteresting. He r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 11 December 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, 1878- WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 1L It is f aid that one hundred and fifty failures, Dearly all due directly or indirectly to the stoppage of the City of Glasgow Bnk, have taken place recently in Scotland. Forty of these failures bhow liabilities amounting to one hundred and twenty-fire millions of dollars. It wilt be a long time before we are again entertained with long homilies In British newspapers on the recklessness of the American banking system. Who can tbis be? Bat no! A horrible suspicion crosses oar brain. Can It be oar John thus metamorphosed? A recent Washington dispatch has this U say: I saw, on yesterday, a member from the interior of Indiana, where he bad to depend largely for His support upoa the votes of plain, hoinespon farmer. Tbis member, who hau roughed it with "the boys "daring the campaign, was gotten up in Imitation of gorgeous swell. A shiny silk hat was cocked rer his greased look, his stout figure gasped...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 11 December 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MOHNING, DECEMBER 11 ; 1878. o rAEMING IH TERES IS. Meeting of tbe County Agricultural and Horticultural Society. An Able Addrtst by Dr. Ryland T. Brown Tin Boa. J. B. Conner Speaks on "Corn and Porte" The Ifariun County Agricaltaral and Horticultural Society met Saturday afternoon in the rooms of the state board of agriculture with the i-resident, Isaac II. Furnas, of Bridgeport, Ind., la the chair. . The chair announced that the object of the meeting was to listen to addresses by Dr. Ryland T. Brown and It B. Conner, on subjects pertaing to agriculture. THX RELATION OF AORICCI.TCBC TO TtlK OTHER I5DC81BIES. The following is a brief extract from the excellent address ol Dr. Brown: Agriooltare, In Its broadest sense, Is the production of vaJut-8 by growth from the earth. In this sense It includes horticulture, floriculture, arboriculture and Kiuolo?y, or frultculture, added to tle direct prod action of sm n, grass, textile and root crps. ana tri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 11 December 1878

4 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNING, DECEMBER 11, 1878- WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 11. TERHH (POSTAGE PAID): IWVARIABLT CASH IN ADVANCE. Without With Sunday Issue. Sunday Issue. I f Vpy nn yoftr , f ilul L1U 1 Copy six months .. WO 6.00 1 Copy three months. 8 IX) 1 Copy one montn ...... .-5 1.0 1 Copy per week by carrier .20 J2S Additions to clubs received at any time at ftlob rate. WEEKLY: Single Copy one year 1 1D0 Clubs of five one year-... ........... 6. IX) Club o ten one year, (and an extra copy to the getter up of the olub)-......... 10.00 Clubs of twenty-two, on year. 20 00 Agents wanted at every post office In the state. Send for outfit. How to Knd Honey. Remittance may be made by draft, moneyOrder, or registered letter, at our risk. Ulve Postofflce address in fall, including Bute and County, and address INDIANAPOLIS SENTISEI. CM. Whelas, the forger and embezzler, has been arrested in Montreal. Ha had a short run. A war cloud about the size of a small ship indicates th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 11 December 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBFIi 11, 1878. CURRENT TOPICS. Gambling is on the increase in Philadelphia. A big temperance convention will be held at Waterloo, Iowa, January 15. The "iron clad not" swindle ia being successfully played upon farmers in the west.t The young people of Nebraska City entertain each other at 8 o'clock (a. m.) breakfast. Florida Is more nearly out ot debt than ver before in her history, says the Falatka Herald. The thermometer has registered several degrees balow zero in some parts of Canada alrtady this winter. . Eighty thousand head of cattle was the present a Texan cattle king gave to his daughter on her marriage. Judge Hives, of the United Statea Court in Virginia, has issued an order forcing negro jurors on the state courts. ' It is bv no means certain that Wade Hampton's leg will not have to be amputated. So bid Charleston doctor says. A magistrate at Nortbfield, Minn., was addressed as "Your Horror," "Joe" and "you darned fool" ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 11 December 1878

THE INDIANA STATE ? SENTINEL, : WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, 1878. G i- vVKSIJS DISBOBED. Cupid once to Venus said. Id saucy, vaunting prattle, . "Mother, twice a fair an them I've often killed In battle. ' Yenus, wroti at such a beaut, . '. -Unloosed the gmlle from her, ..; - ! Threw her only robe away ' (It happened to be summer.) , Btoodaa naked as the davra;. -J ' - "Kow Judge If there' another," - CYledetfie to toer naughty son,, -The equal of thy mother." "L CXipld.wrth a canning tann; 'i One hasty glance did give her; . ." ' Enatched her only earmen tip , ' , And todaed It In the river lt . 1 Mother, 'tis a shame to keep . - "- 8uch limbs as thine so hampered; ' Pray thee let them naked be, ' And off the rascal scampered. i l . ,'. " Bo she stays onto this day,x Expoaed to loe and lover, "With no flounce or furbelow, ; , Or any sort of cover. Burlington Hawkeve. WIT AND HU.J1 OB. , "Which is better, to die eating or di-et Crash in the dry goods business towels. An ex-spurt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 11 December 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL,! WEDNESDAY MORNING DECEMBER 11, 1878. 7 QUESTIONS OF THE HOUR. MDo angels wear white dresses, say? Always, or only in the summer? Do Their birthdays have to come like mine, In May? Do they have scarlet sashes then, or blue? . M When little Jessie died last nUht, How could she walk to heave a. It Is 10 far? flow did h And the war without a 11 zM? There wasnt even any moon or stai.. "Will she have red or golden wings? Then will he have to be a bird, and fly? -Do they take men. like presidents and kings. In beanes with black plumes clear to the sky? How old Is God? Has Hb grav hair? Can lie see yet ? Where did He have to stay Before you know He had made anywhere? Who does He pray to when He ha to pray? IIow many drops In the sea? How mny stars? Well, then, yon ought to know How many flowers are on an apple tree? How does the wind look when It doesn't blow? If yon should ever die. may we Have pumpkins growing In the garden, so My fairy godmother can come for ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 11 December 1878

; v , 8 v THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, 1878. ome and garnu Jlonsebvld Matter. Milk absolotelY soDDlies every requisite for the body, aud enables a young calf to crow into a heifer, and a baby into a thriving child. It is a model lood in fact, it is the moat perfect that exuta in nature. Let parents realize this and encourage, its use in the family. Ts cars a felon, take a pint of common soft soap and stir in air-slacked lime till it is ol the consistency or glazier s putty, uaae a leather tbimble. nil it with this compos! tion, and insert the finger therein and the cure is certain. This is a domestic application that every housekeeper can obtain promptly Good authority asserts 'that one pound of beans wul support lire In action as long as four pounds of rice. Two pounds of beans will help to do more muscular work id an three pounds of wheat. The reason why beans require stronger powers or digestion than wheat is that they contain casein instead of glut...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 18 December 1878

Elk I VOL. XXVEvNO 70. ESTDLAJSTAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1878. WHOLE NO. 261. c WASHINGTON. Mr. Blaine's Election Resolution Causes a Long Discussion in the Senate, t An Attempt by Stanley Matthews to Push the Texas Pacific Bill Forward. Representative Alpheus Williams, of Michigan, Has an Attack of Verttec A Change to Ba Made in the Secret Service On the First of Jannary. Attorn9j General Oocker and the Potter Investigating Oommiteee. The Street Car Drivers of New York On a Strike. WASIIIXGTO TOPICS. A UV1LT DEBATE OVER THE BLAINE BES0LCTIOM THE TEXAS PACIFIC BAILROAD BILL TAKES A BACK SEAT THE SECRET SERVICE OE5XRAL WILLIAMS QUITE ILL CAS'T GET EIIEBMAX BEFORE THE 8K5ATE. Special to The Sentinel. Washington, Dec 16. The debate in the sanate to-day over the Blaine resolution was of a very exciting character, and was participated in by Messrs. Bayard, Butler, La mar Eustis and Ransom, of the democrat side, while Messrs. Conkling, Hoar, Howe and Blaine looked to the in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 18 December 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1878- 2 WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 18. Th real troub'.e with the radical conspirators ia that they caa not control southern Elections with carpet-baggers and troops. ; The New York Evening Tost is of the opinion that Blaine is at least ten years behind time in his effort to resubj agate the south. ' It is gratifying to notice that some of the leading radical organs of the country do not hesitate to say that Blaine, in his attempt to renew sectional animosities, has made a political mistake. This is the view the New York Times takes of the subject, and expresses the opinion that unless Blaine is aquelched by the eommon sense of the party i radicalism will be seriously damaged in 1880. Mr. Blaiks wants thorough Investigations Into election outrages. Democrats do not object, .If the proceedings include all the outrages. Mr. Thurroan informs the senate that he desires the investigating committee to inquire whether employes anywhere h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 18 December 1878

THE INDIANA STAtE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNING, DECEMBER 18, 1878. 3 THE THREE LESSONS. There are tbree lewons I would write Three words as with a burning pen, In tracings of eternal light, Upon the heart of men. Have hope. Though clouds environ now. And gladness bides her face In scorn, Put thou the Rhadow from the brow . No night but bath Its morn. Have faith. Where'er thy barK Is driven The calm's disport, the tempest's mirth Know this God rates tne hosts of heaven, The inhabitants of earth. Have love. Not love alone for one. Bat man as man they brother call, And scatter like the circling son Thy charities on alL Thus grave these lessons on ihy soulHope, Faith and Love and thou shalt find Strength when life's surges rudest roll, , Light when thou else were blind. Schiller. KELIUIOCS AO TEA. The Bible is now freely circulating in Potugal. The Congregational Churchs of Nebraska number 105, There are 4S9 places of religious worship in New York city. The Methodists hare 3,390,999 memb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 18 December 1878

4: THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1878 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 18. TEHHM (POSTAOK l'AIOjt INVAUABLT CASH IX ASVAKCX. DAILY: Without With Sunday Issue. Sunday lwe. 1 Copy one Tear , , suuo 112. UO 6.00 1 Copy six months. 6-10 1 Copy Uiree mopini , 2M 1 Copy one montn - ."5 1 God v Mr week br carrier .20 800 1.00 .25 Additions to clubs received at any time at tab rates. WEEKLY Single Copy one year $ 1X0 CI n ba of five one year 6.09 flnriM of tan ana vftr. (and an extra COPY to the getter np of the club) -. 10X0 Qabi of twentv-two. one veax 20-00 Agents wanted at every post office in the state, sena ror outni. IIow to Send Money. Remittance may be made by draft, money order, or registered letter, at nurnsK. uive Poetoffiee address in fall. Including BUle and Uoaniy, ana address IXDIANAPOLIH 8EXTINEX.CO. The New York San is of the opinion that the case of William Merrick is one in which circumstantial evidence will do to hang by. Thb New York Elevated Railway h...

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