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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 18 December 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER. IS, 1878. . APIEK THE YEEDIOr. How Merrick Bore Himself -Interview . with His Brother. " The Tnsorla on Which Hopes for a Ntw Trial Art Baea-A Rlic of Mrs. Msrrlck-Notei. Yesterday Prank Merrick, youngest broUier Tf WllK&m Merrick, presented hlmseir at the Jail for an interview. According to his story be la resident of an Inland town In HUnoU and was on hu retarn from New York, where he bnd been with a load of cattle. lie had not beard of bis brother for some years, and the first Intimation he bad of his arrant, trial as-d conviction, was when be endeavored to find him at the stable. The met tins: was not npeclally affecting, and In hit conversation made no special profler of aid and asMlntance. Aa the Interview closed tie said: "1 wish yon -could only walk out with me te-dayanyou used to do." To which the couteinued man replied : "Oh, I don't cure about it to-day. I i's too cold and damp caitslde." The brother vis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 18 December 1878

THE ESTDlAA1 STATE SENTEEL. lEDNESDAYrvMORNING. DECEMBER 1181878; G ABSENCE CONQUERS LOVE. I The following exquisite poem, which wsy originally publUaeu la tbe Cincinnati Amerlhd In J uly. 1M1 well on to half a century ago was written by Frederick William Thoma. a native of Charleston, B. C, bat then residing In Cincinnati. He was at one time professor of rhetoric and English literature in ' the Alabama Unlversfy, but returning to bis first choice, the law, settled in Cambridge, Ma, and remained there till 10, when be waa induced to conduct the liters rry department or the Richmond Enquirer. He has since died:! Tls said that absence conqu' ri lovtv ; but oh! believe it n t; , C I've tried, alas! its powers to prove, ; ; But thou art not forgot. - , 1 Lady, though fate has bid us part, . Yet still thou art a dear As fixed in this devoted heart t. . , t As when I clasped thee here. ' I plunge Into the busy crowd. And smile to bear thy name; And yet, as If I thought aloud, Tnev know me...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 18 December 1878

THE INDIANA .STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER . 1 &, 1878. MEMORY'S AXGEUS. When the crystal height of silence Are with starry splendors crowned, , And the night, stupendous shadow, Wraps the dreaming world around. Thro' the purple (eaten of twilight. Flashed with sonnet's dying glow, In the day's departing footsteps Silent angela come and go ! Un forgotten deeds of kindness, Genu words that lightened care, Clasping bands and cheery greetings That have blest as unaware; Hopes, whoa rainbow light of promise From unclouded ether shed. Arched our morning dreams with splendor In the spring times that are dead I Love, that lured us with the vision Of a nobler life than this, Where the soul's Incarnate Ideal Dwelt la Apotheosis ; Faiths long canceled that were plighted To the rriend of former years, ' Touched the sealed springs of feeling,. And unlocked the fount of tears! . In the silence palpitating With the sense of unseen things. We can feel their phantom touche...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 18 December 1878

I THE hfoi&NA. ' STATJE . lTlKELi ' WEDNESP A.Y' -MOKNfi UGV DEOEMliEU 18. 1 878. 8 lloaseba Id Hatter. '' A thict cream of common whiting ; and water is excellent for burns or scalds, i ' ' As soon 9 a felon is fell put fly ' blister o?e r it. and in six hourj it can be picked out , with a netdle. , , , To re more ink stains wash the cloth thoroughly in miltr, then in hot water with soap, and the stains will disappear. . f An exchange says an ounce of cream of tartar in a pint ot water drank at intervals is " a certain cure for small pox.1 But an ounce of preventive by vaccination is better. To utilize feathers of ducks, chickens and ' turkeys, generally thrown aside as refuse, trim the plumes from the stamp, incloee ' them in a tight nag, rub the whole as if washing clothes, and you will secure a perfectly uniform and light down, excellent for quilting coverlets and not a few other purposes. ' " About one pound of opperas (sulphate of iron) at a cost of a few cents, pu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 25 December 1878

WW v. f J w. i 'X V I II. II. II II II II .'II VOL. XXVH. NO WASHINGTON. The Struggle for the Appointment as Mlulster to Germany Continues, Governor Hartranft Conies to the Front With a Host of Friends. The Members of the Blaine Committee Leave for the South. The Package of Money Stolen from the , . Treasury Department Returned. Quite a Periciu BaiTroai Accident at Jefftrsonvil.e, Indiana. Turther Eumora of Great Outrages Louisiana. in WASHINGTON TOPICS; AFTKB Tin OERMA.X XIS8IOK HAETEASn's CHA5CIS THE BLAISE COMMITTEE G0I50 80CTH PRIPAEIKO FOB EE8CMPTIOK THAT STEAL FROM THE TREASCET. Washingtow, Dec. 23. A delegation of inluential politicians from Pennsylvania called on the president to-tfay to urge the appointment of Governor Hartranft for the German mission. This, together with the fact that the friends of General Banks are pressing him for the place, tends to complicate matters, and tbe final disposition of the matter is likely to cause the president some embarrassment. The Blai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 25 December 1878

THE INDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 25, 1878. t I n P no are WKDNKSf) Y. DECEMBER 25. E.islaku's rural ioor dare not shoot a hare or ca ch a fiib to keep eoul and body together. mmmi "Tii New" York detectives can not catch the Manhattan bick robber It was a broad 'daylight affair. Cokkliso is still opposed to ex-confederates receiving jury fees, atd insists upon the iron clad oath. Praise the late sporting season In England one horse, Lord Falmont, won the comiortable turn of $1W,500. Senator Tbcemas ia reported to have said that be "will stick to bis post and let the 'presidency take care of Itself." Kixa Alfonso haa recovered from his "first great grief" over bia young wifo. We conclude that the second great grief will be indefinitely postponed. Tub report of a conspiracy to dethrone the present sultan of Turkey and rep'ac him by his brother, Iliabsd Tasba, is connrmed. a yet Risbsd has not been put to death. Dt kb is Kkak5et, who had the hoDor of a lengthy int...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 25 December 1878

I THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOKNING, DECEMBER 25, 1878. STATE INTELLIGENCE. The Wabash is fall of floating ice. Fort Wayne Gift Concert on the 31st. Boonville will soon have another saloon. Knox county redeems her county orders at par. Kendallville is complaining of chicxen thieves. The railroad excitement at Petersburg is growing. The Boonrille Enquirer will close its fifteenth volume next week. The individual deposits in the Boonville hatlonal Bank amount to $69,239.31. The delinquent tax list of the city of Ko komo contains over 750 descri ptions. Dr. John C. Perry of Shelbyville, had his leg broken on Saturday by his horse falling. The Vincennes police are making an effort to break up the houses of ill fame in that city. All the car factories in the state are full of work, which fact is indicative of general prosperity. One hundred and ninety-two tramps quartered in Michigan City from the 1st to the 19th of December. War:av Union: The prisoners escaped again from our...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 25 December 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 25, 1878. 4: 4P p. '86 th 'coi do moi 'bettt derst 'ernec 'discij. 'If a Jt or con 'plays a is folio WKlNlwSUAY. Dh.UEMBKK23. ".at ( t ..uk rjktt)i IKTAKIABLT cash in advasce. DAILY: Without "With Sunday Lsue. Suuday Iwie. . I lpy One yeir ..uw i.i.uo 1 Copy six iiioutEs........ ' 3.0 W 1 Copy tbree monttw 2.60 w lCopvorve montn...... .5 JW 1 Copy ptff wee' by currier .20 2a Addiuna to oiau reoetvea at any time at elub rates, . WEEKLY: . Blngle Gtpy one enr ..I 1.00 Clubs of live one year 0.00 Clubs of ton one year, (and an extra copy to the. getter up of theclab)...........- 10.X Clubn of Iweuly two, one year 20.00 Agents wanted at every post offlce la the etate. . Send for outfit. , Blow to Si end Bf ir. Remittances may be made by draft, tnooyorder, or registered letter, at cur risk. Give Postoffiee addres in full, lnoiudiug State and County, Dd addrefta IMDIAXAPOLIS BEffTIBICL CO. A letter can now be sent around the world in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 25 December 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEM1JEII 25. 1878. CHRIS Till AH nCLLA. BY VARY K. BRADLEY. Thw in the day that Christ was born. Liar 1 1 the music sweet aud wild. . That wakens vial hert.s and loilorn, To greet the blessed Child 1 X) silver bells that rlns so clear Al the wintry morning gry, Bnos op trie uepipg w. rid to bear That Christ wu boru to day. Ring till the children tart from sleep, fcwet with tbe dream of Joy to be. And clap their little ha-ids, aud leap, . And shout alou i la eleo. Ring till the sorrowful one or earth, Whoae liven are e-pent Id toil and lean. That leave, alas! no place? lor mirth In ad the dreary yean, Shall hear the tender words ho .aid "Come unto Me all ye that mourn And gather strength anew to tread The path Ills feet hare worn. Ring loud, ring sweet, O Christmas bell. And tuneeacn wafclng soul to prayer. The while your Joyful ptean swelU Upon the Irosty air. Through misty dawn and sunshine clear. Ring till the callous hearts of men....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 25 December 1878

TiLE LNDLA-tfA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MOUSING. DECEMBElt 25. 178. tsll ALi uavi: A TKtLT CHK1STMAS BT DR. JOEL WXUTZ. Miall vre hava a Chrlstniaa lr, Hung with candle, iruu ana wj. Shall we merry, merry be. With our dar.ing girls and boysT Shall we pay old Santa Han?, Or the merry myih, Krts HJugie, Comet with br.ls and sleighs aud toys With a Curlsttnas Jingle, JlngieT Ye, let's have the Christmas tree. Kail of candies, frnlta and toys; Le us merry, merry be. With oar littlo glr.a and boy. C Irstmaa comes bat once a year vnd tLe years, oh, how they fly I Irf-t ca greet It with good cheor. Greet It ait It haute na by. Stretch the line from chair to chair, Kange the stockings in a row; Yon will note each little pair larger than a year ago. Many households, here and there. When the tender wort I doao, ! ball observe some little pair Fioin the family row is gone. Btill.set ap the Christinas tree, U?t n t home be 1" lorloru; Death may now no teiror bo, Slnoe ihe infant Christ Is born...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 25 December 1878

i t. THE HSTDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORSTING, DECEMBER 25, 1878. 7 " I I I . . r I dream "wirnour sleep. BY WK. C GHAT. ' "When touch of spilng disturbed the sleeping And tnneU their honeyed vein with cryital Brave boyhood loved the task 1r watch alone U nUhiamld the solitary woods To fe-U the fir b-neath the luscious spoils of maples great and tlcb. i , : ' " No sound was heard But tinkling drippings beating hq-h time. Hav, when t e -ftirU o the outb Wina woke A moment from liN client reveries And swayed t-.e h-afl-hs branches overhead. Which tIfted tdwwers of moonbeams down like mow. The fragrant vapor rose Bo soft and -white, as rles a aaeet oul From oat God'a furnaces of gref and rain , The dark outspreading niMof twin above With front na vapor wove a canopy , Of mossy llver, hung with clustering pearls. At times acrose the quiet hills there came The bay of dUUnt watch dog: muineu Of folded heep. aud thoe "W""0 UndS Which only seem the rotitn or the r . Of fcileuee brood...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 25 December 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOKNINQ, DECEMBER 25, 1878- jomc and $;mn. lloaaetiold Matters. . A teaepoonful of pulverized alum mixed v.Ilh stove polish will give tie ilove a fine lustre, which will be quite permanent. An ounce of pulverized borax put into a Eint of boiling water and bottled Tor use will s found invaluable for removing greaee spots from woolen goods. Talk to servant not merely to cive orders, but to nter kindly into their interests: warn them gntly of their failures, and Trat$e them always when they do welL Erie?-.: rage with moderate but hearty praise. To make candied lemon or peppermint for coMs, boil one-and one-half pounds of aagtr in- a half pint of water till it begins to candy roun i the sides; put in eight drops of es sence; pour it upon buttered paper, and cat it with a knife. BeJen'ary and weak citsUd folks should breathe long and deep in the cold, bracing air of the morning. A few cubic feet of cold air, taken with a relish, will be worth a: y KO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 7 January 1880

YOL. XXYni. NO 1. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 18S0-WITH SUPPLEMENT. WHOLE NO. 1510. GENERAL TELEGRAMS. 1 HE MAINE JirUDLE, Decision of the Snpmue Court ami Other Muttern. Bcvros. ?an. 3. Special dispatches from Augusta s;iy that rumors are prevailing in some of the counties that certificates of election have been Issued in blank bearing the neal of the secretary of state and given Republican members who have bsen counted out. Appended to th certificates are the words, 'You will beprotecied." LOOKI.Vr OB THK JVVr.Zi Ori5IOJf OTHER MATTERS. Acgcsta, Jan. 3, The opinion of the Judges oa the rjuetitions submitted by Governor Garcelon is expected to be promulgate J at Uangor to day. There are Intimations that the opinion will be full and sweeping covering most of the points at issue. The Republican re hig!.!y elated, and are looking for a wt ping Indorsement of the ßepubllcan position, and tbat it will give them control of the. Legislature beyond a doubt. The opposition appear to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 7 January 1880

THE IXDIAXA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY JANUAItY 7, 1880. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7. Thirty -sevjof members of the Mai no Legislature expected to get their seats by fraud. Thi third-termers are beginning to waver. The road to empire la not eo smooth as they imagine. Blaise thinks be can hold his followers in Maine in check. Very likely; but if he can't they can be held in prison. Maixk has been a State CO years, and for mora than one-third of that time has been ruled by Republicm fraud. A correspondent of the Inter-Ocean says about one-fifth of the exodus negroes in Kansas hare bought land. The other fourfifths stand around and vote de 'publican ticket. The statement is made, and it can not be successfully contradicted, that during the time the Republican party has had control of political affairs in Maine, there ha3 never been an honest count of votes. A dispatch from Petersburg, Va., announces that another lot of negroes passed through that city yesterday for Indiana, Another lot of ssve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 7 January 1880

THE IXDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY JANUARY 7, 1880. A GIANT MOTOR- KOVctlve Substitute for K team l'nwfr-I mpending Revolution In the Manner of Könning Machinery. i Sew York Commercial Bollttf u Engineers, marine, underwriters, aud others to who-e knowledge the facts have come, ar deeply exercised by recent fctieceses, iu the application of a giant motor. The jiowcr La obtianed from bisulphide of carbon, long known to practical chemists, but for a century vain effort have bceen made t utili.e it in driving machinery. Anionp other device, glycerine was combined with the bisulphide with better results, but complete success wa not realized or claimed until a very recent date, when a pw-riul and quickly generated vapor was obtained from a mixture of bisulphide of car. bn and j4'troleum. In the patent taken out by Mors. Wil-liain-. Smith & Milligan, of Pittsburg, Pa., April 1. 1379, the power is described as an improvement in the motors for machinery." The method ot its op...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 7 January 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY JANUARY 7, 1880; WITH SUPPLEMENT? WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7. FOR PRESIDENT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, C4- INDIANA, tSthject to the decision of the National Demo cratic Convention. IMPORTANT SPECIAL NOTICE. In view of the great political importance Oi the year 10 and the next presidential contest, we make the price of. the WeeklySentinel, containing 60 columns, at oxk roLlar per year, free of postage. In order to give everybody an opportunity to see for hLnself that we are now publishing the very best weekly ever published in the West, we will send four copies of the Weekly Sentinel on trial for three months for $1, postage paid. Euclaxd pays 3 per cent, on a debt of ..0,000.000. Tee yoaDg prince of Servla bus a penchant for witnessing har?picg. He "lould visit the United States. One HUSDR83 thousand California salmon ova have gone to Germany, and it is believed that in a few years the German river3 will be well stocked with this valuable fish. As an evide...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 7 January 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY ,7, 1880- 5 EXODUS IN 01YEN COUNTY. A Lot of Koxth Carolin Negroes Arriya at Spencer. Interview With Them by Our Correspondent. Reported lor the Bentlnel.l SrExcKB, Ind., Jan. 2. The "exodus" has struck Owen oonnty at last. Yesterday evening, after the 6:10 train arrived, word was brought up from the depot that a lot of North Corolina negroes had came In on the train. Thia morning your correspondent Interviewed two of the best looking of the men one Aiberi rbillips, who lived in Edgecombe county, on Widow Merritt's land, and Lewis Tope, who lived near lLocky Mount, Nasb county, North Carolina. They say it wm reported, wbra they lived, that that they could live easier In Indiana; that alter six months' residence in Indiana they could buy good railroad land for $2 50 per acre, and after five years' residence they could get 1G0 acres of land for $1S. They eav tliey were. 5 T ER MOLESTED BY TKMOCRATS for voting the Republican ticke but were...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 7 January 1880

6 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 7 180., THE HOME. Vitt net donbt.4 that men bare horns in thst pfer where euch one hu established hi ierth mn-i the of bis possessions and fortunes; hence he will not depart, if nutliins call him v.ajr, whence if he has dparUd he seerus to be a wanderer, and if be retaroa he oieuni to wandrr. Detlnition from Civil Ut. Then stay at home, my heart, ani rt The bird i saf-st in ita nest; ( er all that flatter their wtns an t tly A hawk i hrius in th ikj. To taj at hume ia beet." Longfellow. OIK TOUNG FOLKS. Baby Blue Eye. BT P. W. HILL. Little darling baby blue eye Peeping from its cradle-bed, Io&ing irom Its mazy curtain, Hall concealed Its little head. pimpled chin, and cheeks acd eUows, Mitten balr as black as Jet, Cooing from its cu.y pillow. Ma'am and pappy S darling pet. Vtce as pure aa rippling waters joining dowu iroiu muuntaiu sid Never was there sucb a baby, Aunty's Joy and unkies prld-. Can not talk yet much, if any...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 7 January 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESÜ AT. JANUARY. 7. 1880- GOVERNOR GARCELOX. He Continues Firm in His Deter mination to Stand by , the Heeordg. A Large Meeting Held at Portland and ths Governor Sustained. The Eemoval of Anrs and Ammunition Prom Bangor Without Trouble. The Governor Prepares His Answer to Lot M. Morrill's Letter. It IiThoncbl tho Legislature WIM Heft Wlihont An? Tronble. TIIK MAINK MrUDLK. A Lars Number of Meeting Sustain Iii Action of the (ioifrnor. rniLUPS, Me.. Dec. 30, At a large Indignation meellDg last evening the speeches conderan the coarse of the governor and eon noil, "the resolntlona request the senators and rep-resentatlves-elect to recognize no rnan not legally elected. REMOVAL Of ARMS AND AMMUNITION It!OM THE ARS RNA L AT BA5COH. IJanoor, Dec. 30. The arsenal was opened to-day, under order of Adjutant General l,eavltt, wbocnlled on M yor IJrown to notify him of orders from the governor for the removal of arras. The mayor suggested that the removal be tra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 7 January 1880

THE 'INJÖ1ÄNA 'Sll'SENTTNElXv WEDNESDAY; JASTUAItYr(7,. 1880. 8 )otm and $mtu Household Knowlfls. R.VWI5 11 it One egg, one-half cup of raiBine well stewed, one cup of swtet cream, sugar to tails. Beat well together, and bake will two crusts. Currents ( dried ) iasead of radios are very nlca. liiNOKH Drops Oae-half cap of butter, one cap of molassae. one cup of eugar, one cud of cold water, one heaping teasnoonfal of soda, ginger and salt to taste. Drop In tint and bake in quick oven. Co k fee Cake One cup of batter, one cap of igr, oce cup of molasses, one cup of cold cofTce, four or five cups of flour, one pound 0" raisins (only one and a half cups are iieceaary.) Tut the raUina in tho coffie. Spice to taste. Havana Bittkr. One and a half cupfuls wh:! sugar, whites of three egze. yolk of one; grated rind and juice of a lemon and a half, or two email ones. Cook over a ibw tire 20 niina'es, tirring all the while. Very ?. ice for tarts or to be eaten es pre serve?. C'K BftKu Qze pint...

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