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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 March 1880

Elk Mmmmm VOL. XXVUL NO 10. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, Ie80-WITH SUPPLEMENT. WHOLE NO. 1519. GENERAL TELEGRAMS. NEWS FROM THE CAPITAL. TKLLOW FEY CK ABOARD AS AMERICAN MAX OFWAR. Washington, March 2. Secretary Thompson to-day received ihe following: cable from Montevideo, lu regard to the yellow fever oa the United States Steamer Marlon: "Wike died on the '.'tith ultimo. The hick are Improving No new cases." This death mattes tnree of the Marion's officers and crew that have fallen by the fever. Cadet Midshipman Harvey Wike was a native of Illinois, aoct wa appointed to the Naval Academy from that Statejon September lö, 187b. poor pinch. The president has withdrawn the nomination of P. B. 8. Pinchbacfc as naval oiiicer at ew Orleans, thus leaving Lewm, the present Incumbent, undisturbed.. MONEY TO riSISH THE CHICAGO Cl'STOM HOUSE. The committee on appropriations has agreed to incorporate in Ihe special dertciency bill an Item of ilUO.U.0 to complete the Chicago Custom House....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 March 1880

2 fptn? Tmi ata cmA'ri? c?T7TrrrrvrT7T WT?nri?a"n a v a r a -r nrr irk loon I Hü XX XJ JH XX. UXXXXJU QJLiJL JL 111 JU I. ft xilll XJO L'ix a, XXX-lWXJl JLVJ 10CU WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10. Uncle Dick Thoxi-sox won't run be prefers siiliDg. Gratt is having a splendid lima in Mexico. Diaz is doing the handsome thing by the general. Boston's March dividends reaches $3.338,. 864. It is the greatest dividend city for its population in the world. Grast wili make a tour through the Southern States, and capture every Republican delegate in all the land ot the cotton and the cane. There are 11 National banks in Chicago. Their circulation on the 21st of February, last amounted to $619,050, and their deposits to $36,892,500. Their loans reached a total of $2J,288,107, and the undivided profits are stated at $673,579. The New York Erprees wants the Chinamen, who are leaving Sin Francisco, to 6tay In the West, where there is room for them; but the room is better than the Chinamen's company, which is ...

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

THE ESTDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MARCH 10, 1850. THE HOME. It la uot doubted that dm a bare home In that ataea whera each one haa established hi hearth aod Ihn mm of his poaneaaieni ' and fortonea; whence he 'will not depart, if nothing call him away; whence If be haa departed he aeeioa to be a wanderer, and it ha raturoa he caaaea to wander. Deft nition front CixiJ "Then Uy at borne, my hart, and reat The bird ia aafeat in ita neit; O'er all that flatter ibir mint and fly A bwk la hovering in the ky; To (lay at home ia bent." LuiiKfallow. OCR YOUNG FOLKS. Tlte Land of 'xJ. iAnt nlht I went to the Land of Nod ; What do yon think 1 saw there? Why, all the table in all the world Yellow-haired, dart-haired, frowsy aud curled; Some black, some tawny, some fair, "What lathe way there?" On and on . Over me velvety sod; Firt yon go ud aud then yon go down. And then yon come into Htaut eye-town. Away la the Land of Nod. Tlie bonie arü made of jnjnoe-paNte, And the doora of pluru-cake ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 March 1880

THE INDIANA STAJPE SENTINEL. WEDNESDxVT MAUCH 10, 1880. 4 WITH SUPPLEMENT. WEDXySDAY, MARCH 10. FOR PREBIDENT, THOMAS A.' HENDRICKS, 'OF I2TDIUA, Subject to the decision of the National Democratic Convention. BATES Or SCBSCBirTION. Dai", delivered by carriers, per week 10 85 D?:y, delivered by carriers, including KUnday Sentinel, pec week SO Dally to newedeaUers. per copy 8 ttidlanspolls flmillael for if 80 Datty, Sunday and Weekly Edition. AI LT. Delivered tey carrier, per week .. I 35 Dally, lttclingnday, rar week SJ Dally, per nnnm,ty mall.-....- 10 0 Dally, per annum by nail, Including Sunday y mall J f Dally, 4o?iveredy carrif r, per anr.cm.- Li 00 Daily, delivered by carrter, per itnnm, wcioxg Sunday. 14 C Banday -edition of 70 colramns 2 W WEKCLY. Weekly, per annum lO Tte postage on subscriptions Iry mall Is propaid by the publisher Newsdealers suppllod at three cents per cop7 postage or osier chaiT.es prepaid. Toe Grant boom, that has millions in it, is that which relates to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 March 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY. MARCH 10, 1880: J AD, BUT SUE LOVED ANOTHER. Last night, within the little curtained Voom, Wberw the ny mualo sound -d Iairtiy clear And sliver lights cum stealing Jnrouga the gloom, You told the tale that won? iOT, t0 baar You told it well, with firm hands clasped In mine. tfd-dfp ,low,r-f with a tender light, lere acting? Cirir lowrwMii&l()iTlDe Last rJgnt, lau night. AX' 7.t,., "itlch t offor; wealth enough ro gua future. Hod a path of ease tot oo whose way is somewhat dark and fO'jgn; eV IntnJn a life 4 calm as summer seas, Ap'j something (was it love?) to keep us true. And mal uh precious In each otter's sight. h ! then Indeed my ht art's resolve I knew Last night, last night. Let the wM go, with all Its dross and pelf! Only for one, Kke Portia, could 1 say, 1 would toe trebled twenty times myself;" Only for one. and he is far away ; His voice canre back to me, distinct and dear. Awl thrilled me with the pain of lost delight ;...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 March 1880

6 TWlil. BE ALL. THK SAME IN A IIUNDBEp TEAR8." IThe following exqUlte Doem Is by an tynioa writer iu the Dublin THegraph (IHM.), aud U reproduced la thete columns la compliance with a npecial request. Twill be all the Mime In a hundred years! What a spell-word to con J are npuraUcs and Oh, how oft do I muse m Id the thoughtless and gay On the marvelous truth that these-word convey t And cau It be so? Must the valiant and free Have their tenure of life on tbia frail decree? And the trophies they've reared and the glories they've won Only catles of frostwork, confronting the ma! And must all that'ti as joyons and brilliant to view A a midsummer' dream, be as perlahlog too? Then have pity, ye proud ones be gentle, ye great O, remember how mercy bet-emetu your For the rust that conumeth the sword of the brae I mating the chain of the manacl'd Klave, And the conqueror' frown and the victim's tears Will be alt the aame In a hundred years! Twill be 11 the same In a hundred years! What a h...

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

THE INDIANA" STATE SENTINEL, T7EDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1880. A GHOSTLY DRUIA. McDowell's College Again ths Scene ol an Astonishing Tableau. Apparitions Been la the Eiuntsd Obm"ber After Midnight. Thm Spirit uallMts Preparing to Te-t tli I'henotnen on. ISt. Louis Dispatch.J McDowell's College, the ruined scene of the recent supernatural manifestation!, wis on I Saturday and Sunday evenings, the cynosure I ' of all eyes, and a large number of gentlemen in different parties explored the building constantly yesterday, while ethers gathered V on the vacant lot on the corner of Eighth and (T Gratiot streets and watched the southern side of the stone tower with unflagging interest. Nothing occurred to break the Sab ' bath stillness, however, all day long. Neither did anything of an unueual character happen on Saturday night, owing probably to the crowd of people who infested the whole edifice, filling It with noises and being as certainly out of rapport V with anything of a spiritual nature as...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 March 1880

1 x THE IKBIAKA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 188Ö. 8 lame and ntm. Household Knowledge. Euo Bread Ooe quart of buttermilk, three eggs, three tablespoons Soar, lamp cf batter size of an egg, half teaspoon o( soda, corn meal enough to make a tuin batter. Macaboxi Soup (Italian Soup. Throw half a pound of macaroni in tome boiling soup, allow it to cook for three quarters of an hour, then grate into i". justbe;ore eerting one quarter of a pound of cheese. Khode Islasd Pancakes. One cup of sugar, three eggs, three table poon(n Is of melted batter or lard, one cup of eour milk, one tea-tpooo'ul of aliratu; etlr in flour tonnie a ana bitter; drop in tpoonfuta in hot fa'. Suet Pchdixo Without Eggs Take a piece of ligln bread dcua (on a baking day) the size of a quart dipper; flatten out on your molding board; add to this one cup of suet, one cap chopped raisin?, one cup Znte currants; mix toother thoroughly and eet it to rie on a plat?; when light enough steam two hours, Oven Sour O...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 March 1880

i THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, MAHCn 10, 1880-SUPPLEMENT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10. It is about time to cultivate spring chickens and kill spring kittens. Ecbop furnished ths United States last year 20,642,396 gallons of wine. Osr the 1st inst the United States treasury held out of circulation $146,750,753.04 of gold coin and bullion. Isdicatioss are not farorable for quiet In San Francisco, but the probabilities are that the Celestials will have to skip out. According to Mr. Vennor, the heavy snow storms of the season will come after the 15th inst, the heaviest being on St. Patrick's Day and the day following. William II. Vakderbiist, in an address before an agricultural club, lately, advised the farmers, if they would bfcome suddenly rich and own $31,500,00) in 4 per rents., to water theirstock regularly. There seems to be no longer any doubt as to the choice of tie Chicago convention for a presidential candidate. Grant is the man. He could scarcely be more odious, but he is ...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1880-SUPPI,EMENT. THE CHEVALIER WIKOFF. . ! S i Anital of thi LUtinguUlied American on the Qei manic. BemlnlsceneM of an Idler" lly Bui wer, Fanny El tier Täte, "Labonchere and Other Gossip. I) New York Herald, March 1. The "White Star eteamer Germanic, which arrived yesterday morning, brought here among her exceptionally large list of pasengen for this season of the year, numbering not leas than , 135 Chevalier Henry Wikoff, that veter n .American traveler, author, diplomatist and citizen of the world "When the Herald' emissary boarded the Germanic at quarantina the tall and sturdy figure of the chevalier, encased in a handsome blue overcoat and his neck encircled by a bright blue handkerchief, was easily to be picked out from the rest of the passengers. For a man whose reminiscences of an active and even prominent part in the world date back nearly 45 years the chevalier looks wonderfully youthful' and vigorous. At a Casual glance he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 March 1880

i is j i.ii M r i n ' xiu m Va .. . -oa; r r VOL. XXYIII- NO 13. ESTDIAKAPOLIS, "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1880-WITH SUPPLEMENT. WHOLE NO. 1522. GENERAL' TELEGRAMS. WLÄEMIAS'S BANK. TM Ti-port VW.l Show up an Outrageows Swindle. epeci&l to the Sentinel: Wasuiügtox. March 2S. The report of the Senat committee on tbeFreedman's bank. wVU I te made to-morrow. The report shows in de tall the nost outrageoas violations of law In roanagment,wblcn, broke the bati. Bi.ire tts faliare 350,000 have been expended In closing Its affairs, of wtalch TA0UO were used In salaries lor several men,;w'mie o man -did the work. Tbe re pert comes from P .ice.thecolored senator, and will be a set bade to the Repcjlicnnn. Tte latter bl hoped, to get ittax to keep the report ack nnfil alter the preetdentkU campaign. The causes rfth failureof the Lank are give ander different heads. The vf.rst Is a proTJen of tkw clause in the-c harter which provided for the creation of an available fnnd. The object In ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 March 1880

2 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; WEDNESDAY, MAHCH 3L 1880. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31. It will cost the SUte of Indian $100,000 annually to keep the- registration law in operation. Thx old, tried and true maxim, "to let well enough alone." should be heeded in o ting on the registry law. The law governing the ballot box, In Indiana, as it now stands, is good enough. At least 500,000 citizens of Indiana will be disfranchised if they do not register, and at least 200,000 of them will bare to lose a day each to meet the requirements of the law. This is time uselessly thrown away, and is therefore money uselessly thrown away. Amesdmist No. 1, to be voted for on the first Monday in April, provides two methods for disfranchising citizens of Indiana. II a citizen has not resided CO days in a township and 30 days in a ward or precinct, he is dis fxanchised. and eyen If he has met the requirements in these regards he Is disfranchised if he does not register. Mr, Bkowslkk Thursday received the nominatio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 March 1880

i V THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MARCH .31.'.18sO. 1 THE HOXEL It ta not doubted that men have s ktjtna a that bUm whtn Mch on baa established bis hearth and the mm of hta ioh1odi and fortan; wbsac he Will not dfpsrt, if nothing calls blm away; whence if b hu departed ha seenis lo Mi wanaerer, ana n ne returns he ceases to wander, Definition from Civil Low. . ( Tben stay at noma, my heart, and rest The bird la aafeet in its neat; O'er 11 that flatter their Winne and By A hawk ta bowing In the sky; To stay at home la beet." Longfellow. oca young folks. Add y' a Panalea. BT TTGI05. Darling, little, dimpled Addy, An a riower fresh and lair, Koeeied down upon her chubby knees, And aald her first, short prayer. Coming, then, Into the garden. An ih always did, to view The many -colored pansles Bedecked with morning dewShe gazed on their upturned faces with a kindiv. lovlnz air. And saw bow their slender sterna were bent Like little knee in prayer; Then loosing up, ata reverently,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 March 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1880 WITH SUPPLEMENT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3L fob pbebid;ent, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, or UTDIAJXA, Subject to the decision of the National Demo cratic Convention. KATES OF ' SUBSCRIPTION. .to IS Dallr. delivered bv oarrlera. inclmllnar bunday Sentinel, per week.... . 80 Dally to newsdealers, per oopy...... 3 Indianapolis Sntlnl for 1S80 Dally, Sanday ana weeauy Eiuuoni. DAILY. Delivered by carrier, per week...... ...... ..,1 25 Daily, Including Sunday, per week 80 Dally, per annum, by mall 10 U0 Dally, per annum by mall, including Sunday by mall . 13 00 Dally, delivered by carrier, per annum. li 00 Daily, delivered by carrier, per annum, including Sunday. 14 00 8UKDAT. Sunday edition of 70 oolumna I a 00 WXEKXY. Weekly, per annum .. ..... I 1 00 Tbe postage on subscriptions by mail la prepaid by the publisher Newsdealers supplied at three cents per copy postage or other charges prepaid. Ax exchange gives some good advice on an important matt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 March 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, 17EDNESDAY, MARCH 31; 1880. THE LAWYER WA3 SATISFIED. Talai Effects of lnUrruptltir a Bpoli-Aac-dote of General MaWon D. MjuiO. ii urn Mm t ... . i Darius the campaign of 1S72 Gortl Man son iras frequently besougtt b a soldier Democrat to peak in tue township of Gilboe, Benton count. There were ecarcely any Democrats in the community, and they bad been annually held upas bad examples of degraded citizenship by . Colfax and bis followers. They wanted to be vindicated, and they wanted General Manson to do it. More for the gratification of this on soldier Democrat than anything else, be consen ted, and wrote GUboe in the list of bis appointments. Meeting a young man in the neighborhood as he was ridirg leisurely along the road, the .general asked: "What are thosa people doing over yonder in the-wood?' pointing to where a stand was being raised. There's going to be a speaking tonight. Some kind of a general, who is a Democrat, is going to make a speech," was ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 March 1880

6 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1880. TABERNACLE SERMONS, Disoouxie of Ear. T. DaWitt Talmige. On th College Stadent. And the king appointed them a dally provision of thekiag's meat, aad of the wine which he draak; to nourishing tbaos three years, that et the ead thereof they might Uo4 before the king. Daaiol, L, 8. Since I left you 12 days ago I have traveled over 3,000 miles, and bad opportunity ol addressing great multitudes of young men in the larger cities of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Iowa, and Lave never been so impreesed with the magnificent opportunities opening before young men, or with the temputions to which they are subjected, or with their great need of full hearted sympathy. And what I observed during the past 10 days may give somewhat of a coloring to the subject that I present this morning. My test opened the door of a college in Babylon, and introduces you to a young student 17 yeara of age, Daniel by name. Be not surprised if in t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 March 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTTNEI WEDNESDAY, MABCH 31, 1880. ATTER. BT VHIUP BUBKI XARST0X. A little time for laughter, A little time to sing; A little time to kiss and cling, And no more kissing after. A little time for scheming Love's nn perfected scheues; A little time for golden dreams. Then no more any dreaming. A little while twas given To me to have thy love: Jiow, like a ghost, alone I move About a ruined heaven. A little time for speaking ThlDg4 sweet to say and hear; A time to seek and find thee near, Then no more any see king. A little time for saying Words the heart breaks to say: A sharp, short time wherein to pray. Then no more need of praylrg. But long, long years to weep in. And comprehend the whole Oreat grief that desolates a soul, And eternity to sleep In. EXPRESSIONS. An unsophisticated young person of Kent Brought forty old jokes on Lent. lie was pon ruled with chairs, And kicked down the stairs. And sect home with his nose badly bent. Comb-makers bees. Plane facta sha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 March 1880

-K: liO.TAl.: TACE8L-LZG 3.1T u 4ura htats AZjcri aire "'THE 1NDIAH A! BTA-'fiE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY; i MAltCII 31 1880. 8 .V iT f f tome anif Mmn. II tat a Household Matters by Delaware Housekeeper. American Agriculturist for April I.. TcaKirs o'm Griddlb I had seen for Bometims a sUtement going the rounds of newspaper.-, thaa a turnip iiBed in rubbing the grid die, wbile cooking grrddle cakes, would lf the desired smoothness and do away w ito the unplessant smoke. I doubted it, bat, a trial eooa convinced me that the tata'jaent was correct. I found, however, that at Um s It was necessary, when begtnniog, to pnt a Tery little greisa on the taroiV, bat this made no appreciable smoke. TvTtiva Awat Tcs. A very little thing, yet worth knowing. One week my reeular washer woman could not eome, bat tent a substitute. When ehe returned, on the fol lowing week, I foana nerwggine nest of tat, finding it almost impossible to pull th inner one from the enclasping outer one. I never have this tr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 March 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, VIAHCH 31, 188Ö-SUPPLEMENT. "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 81. St Louis claim to bs the hclthlest ciy In the world, its death rate being only 10.6 to the 1,000 Axixdxixt No. 1 to the constitution boQld be rtjicted. It ia a disfranchising amendment. In IStO tbedrbta of the 8 ates amounted to $183 610; in 1870 to $352 8G6.698. and in 1879 to $206,633 COO. lr amendment No. 1 is adopted, voters of Indiana will have to register twice. They have to register aa the law now stands. So far Sherman is crtdited with nice votes In the Chicago convention, EJtrunds with 10 and Grant and Blaine with 80 each. To hear Bome of the Republican organs chatter, one would be led to conclude that third termism ia the worst feature cf Republicanism, Third termism is bad enough, but It is a vlrire worthy of an angel compared with a U onsand and one Imperfections of the Republican psry. Accobj i o to the convention returns, Gen eral Grant has swept Kentucky with a hurrah. Up to date ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 March 1880

THE INDIANA. STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1880-SUPPLEMENT- THE VISION. 1 BIB30P WILBIEFOBCX. 1 sat wlthla my glad harn, aad round eWut ms playad Tour children Lb their ateriliaent, and happr noUea BeslJs ms tat their mother In her loTellaau and g. - I ne'er taw aay like bei, ui la loni vision bright. - It was la life' young morning that oar heart toKta grew. Beneath Ita parkllng sunlight, aad la It steeping dew And the sorrows and ths Joys of a twelve years changetwl Ufa . . Bad draws nor closely to ma my own, my blessed wife, Tbea at our door One knocked, and we roea to let Him in. Tor the tight waa wild aad stormy, and to turn Ulm tbenoe were ein; With a Trace be to thle boaeehold," Hie shelterers He bleet, . And aat Him down among na like tome expected gnesL Te children's noiee was hnihed, the mother softly poke. And my inmoet spirit thrilled with the thoughts which in me woke; For it seemed like other days within my memory stored. Like Manure's tented plain, or Em maus e...

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