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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 April 1880

r l',:'V-r n VOIj. XXYDL XO 15. DSTDIiVPOLIS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, leöO-WITH SUPPLEMENT. WHOLE NO. 1524. Wm mm TELEGRAPHIC. Interesting Matters Regarding the Exodus Investigation at Washington City. Investigation of the Recent Brutal Tfsaim?stof Cadet Whitaker at West Point. Cold Blooded Murder at Sydney, Ohio Other Criminal Matters, Etc. Recent Review of the EnglUh Crop aud Grain Market. WINCHESTER. A Youn; Lady Arrested for Aron. Special to the Sentinel: Wischkstir, Ind., April 12. Marshal Fletcher, of this city, arrested one Melissa Ann Woodbury, at Salem, this Couaty, late Saturday night, on the charge of arson, and brought her to this place and arraigned her before Esquire Patty for trial, who bound her over In the sum of 1300 for her appearance next Thursday. The particulars of the case, which are rather sensational, are as follows: On August 6, 1873, a gay young Lothario of Salem, who had been keeping Melissa company for quite a while, promised to take her baggy-riding in the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 April 1880

4 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY. APEIL 14. 1880. WEDNESDAY, APRIL. 14. Towsship returns throughout the State, with a Tery few exceptions, ehow large Democratio gai a. Ths Republicans who Toted against töe first and third amendments, in epite -of the tarty lash, deserve credit. The Republicans will not harmonica. The fight between Blaine, Grant and Sheraaan growing more lively every day. ia We are told that Ohio bankers are for Sherman, and the bankers onght to rapport him he has supported the banks. G&EEXCA.STLE, the home of "de boss of de emgrashun," had an election on Monday and the Democratic gain was over 393. Good enough. Thjc Chioago dailies have contracted for 100 car loads of print paper from the mills Of Montreal. That's a plum lost by the American ring. Since both wings of the Democracy in Ne York hare succeeded in hiring a hall at Syracuse, a suffering public will probably escape farther boring at present. If more evidence were wanW to lift Indiana fro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 April 1880

THE XNDIAKA STATE SENTINEL,, "WEDNESDAY APRIL. 14, 1880. 3 EXPRESSIONS. TBAT II SO. "O, many a shaft, at random tent, yinda mark the archer little mrant;" And many a word at random spokm, Account for many a head that' broken. Tin. And whan yon are old aud lonely, la niemorj's mafe-ic slirins Too will see on yoor thin and wmW band, Like gems," tbse kisses of mine. And when yon bum at erening. At the eound vf fomt Taulshed name, "Tli? gh.t i.f my Uisae shall touch your lp, Aui kindle yunr heart to flame. John Hay. Lot io ahnt, with water and emit, laLore forgiTe ns cinders, ashes, dnt, Keats. She tu my idyl while I wooed. My idol when 1 won. My ideal when, in after years, Was idle the had none. An exchange says that Mary Anderson is notably deficient in her kissing, and the Albany Times finds reason in the fact that Mary wasn't brought up to the ministry. A Detroit chemist is experimenting on a conscience pad," and is in hope of bringing out something which will make a thief so restle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 April 1880

THE INDIAN STATE SEN1TNEL, WEDNESDAY; APBIL l 1880. WITH ' SUPPLEMENT. Watered u eoond-class matter at tu Post oSc at Indianapolis. Indiana. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14. FOR PRE-8ID.ENT. THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, OT IKPIANA, fjufcject to the decision of the National Democ ratio Convention. KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally , ".ellve red y otrriers, pec week 9) 35 nftily, delivered by carriers, Including Hantfay SeDTinel, per weeK 30 tallyto newsdealers, per copy 8 Ddiwna polls Sentinel for IiO TJally, Sanday and Weekly Editions. DAI LT. ell9rel by carrier, per wesi S 25 lly, including Sunday, per week 80 Dally, per annum, by maiL....... 0 W Dally, per annrm by mall, including Sunday by mall Dailv. delivered toy carrier, per annum12 CO 12 00 Daily, delivered by carrier, per annum, including Sunday. 1 00 BIODAY. Sunday edition of 71) columna . .J 2 00 Weekly, per annum .. 1 100 Tüe postage on subscriptions by mall la prepaid by the publisher Newsdealers supplied at three cents per copy postage or other...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 April 1880

5 IION. Fß ANK LIS XANDEIIS. A Graphic Sketch of Oae of Oar MostDistirguiihad Cithsns. HI ltoy hood and Early Struggle for a Start in the World Hia SacceM as a Farmer and Merchant, and HI Career as a ' ' Pablle Man, Etc, Etc. American Biographical History of E nlnent and Setf-maom Meo, now in press, by the Western Blof rtphlcal Company. HO. t'RAKKLIX LA HD KEß. Among the moat notable of the self-made men cf Indiana is Franklin Landers, of Indianapolis. Ha is a native of the Stats, ha nng been born in Morgan county, March 22, 1825. His father, the late William Ln ders, was one of the pioneers of Central Indiana, having located in Morgan county, some 12 miles from Indianapolis, in 1820. The subject of this eketch grew to manhood oa his father's farm. He followed the plow in the spring and summer, assisted in gathering the crops in the autumn, and in the winter attended the country school. W hen he reached his majority he became a teacher. DuriDg the winter months he imparted to the yo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 April 1880

G THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, APlilL 14, 1880- THE HOME. It knot 4.M4 that men hat hom n that plac whera etch on haa established hii hearth and th warn of kla poaaeeaiona and fortunes; whenc ha will not depart, if nothing calls him away; whanoa if ' he haa departed ha teems to b a wanderer, and if be return f he ceasea to wander. Definition from Ciril Xw. . "Then stay at borne, mj heart, and reat The bird i lafeit in iti nest; O'ar all that flatter their wings and fly A hawk ia hovering in the sky; To stay at home U beat." Longfellow. OCR YOUNG FOLKS. The Difference, 'Who warms tala slippers for papa Wüen he comes borne at nlgbt? Who meets üloa with a joyous laugh, And blue eyes beatr log bright? Who climbs upon his ready knee, "Witt. kitea sweet as kiss can be? Our Kitty. "Who teases poor old grandmamma. And pnils her work away. And wliu her gola-rimmed spectacles Too often tries to pNy? "Who's full of mischief, sport and fun. From early morn till day is done? Our Kitty....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 April 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 14, 1880 7 EXPRESSIONS. A love-lorn young astronomer, Gazed on the world above, Anl wondered If tbe stars tie saw Looked down upon bU love. Just then nis careless heel . Slid on an orange peeL. And be saw ten Uioutaud more Stars tnan be bad before. A drag store Is- rhubarber's shop. A household with a baby la founded on a rock. Facts are stubborn things. Males are facta. High pitch Tbat on t&e California pine trees. "Dead men kill no czars" is the Russian motto. Why is a Zulu belle like a propbet of old? Because she has not much on 'er in her own countr. 'Does yoar motber know your route?" asked a rival when tbe bride and groom started on their wedding tour. Tilden baa carried Allegheny county, Pennsylvania. When he gets it barreled he means to label it Monongahela. "Pa the bare won hund dolls " is the way ahalf-milli-naire of Chester, Pa., wrote it, but the don't go back on the check on that account. Austin Dobson wrote no po...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 April 1880

8 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14. omt and Jfinrm. Household Notes. Mushroom Sactis Kcfc and thoroughly clean them, cutting them ia four pieces if large, throw them into cold water, with the juice of a lemon or a little vintgir, as tbey are being done; ttei take them oat and dry them in a cloth. Melt a piec of batter in aucpan, edd pepper, salt and a little prated cut meg. Pat in the mushrooms, and toes over the fire till thoroughly cooktd. Claret Jelly Take one bottle of. claret, the juice and rind of a lemon, one pot of red currant jelly, half pound or loaf sugar, rather more than one ounce of isinglass and awineg!S3 0f brandy. Boil altogether for rive minutes, strain Into a mold, and let it get cold. S3rve with cream sauce half pint of cream sweetened aod flavored with vanilla, and slightly whisked poured over the jelly. Tomatoes Ar Gkais Dip the tomates in hot water, and pol them; cut them in half; rub a bik'.ns tin with earlic, butter it, lay the tomatoes in it side by side, and till each ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 April 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, A?BIL 14, 1880-SUPPLEMENT. WEDNESDAY, APßlL 14. Ki.-rrocrT Rspublicans go to Cnieago uninstracted. " ' "1' '" Fi of the ix delegates from Oregon to the Cincinnati Convention are said to be In favor of the nomination of Jadge Field. Wht is the Journal for Heilman Instead of 8trelght? Streightis the illaatrious captured who dugout. I IWIman a bigger digger? Cadet Whittaker ia charged with mutilating his own ears and catting his own wool. He denies these charges lustily. The case Is the most remarkable on record. It Is generally believed la New York that when Mr. Vanderbilt obtains 4 per cent. bonds to the amount of $50,000,000. he will be ia a position to lead a "quiet life," which it is said he hankers after ara'zmgly. The Heilman boom doesn't seem to have got at large yet. rerhaps as Judge Martindale could not carry the State of Indiana around in his pocket, he has determined to have something that no one else will take: hence, the Heilman boom...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 April 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY. APBIL 14, 1880-8 UPPLEMENT ' FRIEITDS OF LONG AGO. When I tit la the twilight gloaming. And the buey streets grow till, 1 1 drram of the wide, green meadows. And the old house oa the hill. I can the roeee blooming ; About the doorway low, 'Again my heart given greeting To the frtenda of long egoDear long ago! I can see my mother, sitting With life snowflakee in her hair. And ahetmih-e above her knitting. And her face is aai ally fair. And I eee my father reading . frvn th Bible n hie knee. And again I bear him praying A he need to pray tor me Ho long agol I axe all the dear old facet Of the boys and girle at home, Ae 1 aaw them In the deer old days. Before we learned to roam. And I sing the old tonga over With the friend I need to know. And my heart forgrts lie eorrowa In it dream of long ago! Deer long ago! Bow widely oor feet have wandered - from onr old home'i tender ties; Soma are beyond the ocean. And aome are beyond t&e tkiee....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 April 1880

V Wm 5 nunu VOL. xxvni. NO 1G. INDLVNAPOIilS, WEDNESDAY, APBIL, 2 i; le80-WITH SUPPLEIENT, WHOLE NO. 1525. J f MM I !- ! i HORRIBLE CYCLOXE Sweeps Orer a Portion of Southwestern Missouri, Carrying Death and Destruction to All In its Path. Tfce Quiet Little Village of MiTihfield Laid in Waste. Two Hwidred Bnlldings Blown to the Fcur Corners of the Earth. Eemtj-Eight People Instantly Killed and Eightj-Five "Wounded. BarcettsTille Visited by the Tornaio, acd Tea People Kille i and Tnift j "Woucdtd. TU Scene of KultVrlna; nnt Barrow Beggar Description. A TERRIBLE TORNADO. 'The Southwestern F-.rt of Missouri Dent royed by th Wind. BT. Louis, April 19. It Is reported that nearly the whole town ot Marhfleld, Mo., was blown down by a terrific wind storm last tveniog nd thtu burned, resulting in lrigbtXul loss of life. Trie telegraph wires are all down, and nothing direct Irom the scene of the calamity can be obtained at this writing, but the facts will be got at the earliest moment possible...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 April 1880

THE IKDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, APKIX 21, 1880. 2 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21. Gewt had a high old time at Memphis. f? Theseatt la dead, and Barmah is revolutins. It tares oat that neither Washburn nor Donnelly are entitled to a seat in Congress. Blaise and Mulligan, Grant and Bass Shepherd, Sherman and J. Madison Wellsall are possibilities. The Chicago Tribune still contends that John Sherman is a liar, and John Sherman declares that Medill is a liar. It is one ef the si eis 33 in which liars sometimes tell the truth. Possibly Kellogg will not be kicked out Of the Senate. If he is permitted to remain, there will never come a time when the Senate should think of kicking any other Senator out of his crime-stained seat. Garfield, it is announced, is for Sherman unconditionally, and will manage his boom at Chicago. And now, then, will some one tell just bow much of the people's money Garfield will receive far his work? Five of the Iowa delegates to the Cincinnati Convention are favorabl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 April 1880

THE vINDIAyA; STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY APBIL 21, 1880. V TBTJ8T AXD BEST. Fret not, poor soul; while doubt and fear Disturb tne breast. The pitying aucels, -who can we liow vain thy wlia regret muH be, Say "Trust and rest." nan not, nor eherne, but calmly wait; Hit carlca Is best; I While blind and erring i thy night, Uls wisdom sees and judges right; ' Bo tiust and rest. I Strive nor, nor struggle ; thy poor might Cu never wre't I The meanest thing to serve thy will; s All power 1. Ills aione. e still, And trust and rest. Desire not: self-love Is strong Within thy breast; And yet He loves thee better still; So let Ulm do Hi loving will, And trust and rest. Why dost thou tear? His wisdom reigns . Bupreme confessed ; His power is infinite; His love Toy deepest, fondest dreams above ! , So trust and rest. lcion inriduan. CONCERNING WOMEN. No wife ought to desire a better inscription on her tombstone than this: Her manners mild, her temper nich. Her language good, and not too much. Am...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 April 1880

ir i r - i THE INDIANA STATE SENTE&EL, WEDNESDAY, APJftlL 21. 10- WITH SUPPLEMENT. Entered aa eecond-claaa matter at the Poet ofloe at Indianapolis, Indiana. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21. YOB PBK8ID.KNT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, Subject to the .decision of the National Democratlo Convention. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally, delivered by carriers, per week JO 35 )aily, delivered by carriers. Including Sunday Sentinel, per week . SO ally to newsdealers, per copy.. 3 ndlanapolls Sentinel for 1880 Dally, Sanday and WeeSUy Editions. DAILY. delivered by carrier, per week ..4 25 Äl!y, including Sunday, per week . 8Ü Daily, per annum, by mall. . 10 IX) Dally, per annum by mall. Including Sunday by mall 13 00 Dally, delivered by carrier, per annum 12 00 Daily, delivered by carrier, per annum, including Sunday. 14 00 StnrDAT. Buntlay edition of 70 columns . I 2 CO WIK1T. Weekly, per annum .. f 1 00 The postage on subscriptions by mall Is prepaid by the publisher Newsdealers applied at three cents...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 April 1880

THE mpM 2l!, ?i88Ö.! OLEOMARGARINE. V J ' .Animalcala Similar to Pool Water Spores, "Wliich. Bailing Heat Is Power . less to Kill. The fcUlntoted nj Colored Grease Palmed Off on the Public for UUr KeVelKl by the 'icro.oope. The ejrgtiment of the manuL'Ctarers of this unctions, sebaceous, adipose, greisy Compound of vegetable matter and animal at, that no one, save dairymen, farmers, shopkeepers and those interested in keeping op prices are complaining against their goodf, is untrue. If it is better than batter, aa they eay, and destined to take the place of the rtlcle from the dairy, why do they label it batter and pass it as auch, when it continues to be forced as better upon boarders at restaurants and guests at hotels. It is a disgusting, loathsome preparation, Into which absolute poison has been called to eliminate the original stink. Taking for granted that the hog's lard as it comes from the slaughter house is clean, that the suet and tallow, as It comes from the butcher shop,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 April 1880

THE INDIANA , STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, APKIL 21, 1880. . G 7 THE HOHE. It la not doabted that men ha a bom a that yUc her ach oa baa established bla hearth and ta aum of hla poaaaaaioua and fortan; wbenc h will not depart. If nothing ealla him away; whanoa If baa departed be seems to be a waaderw, and If be returns be ceases to wanders De&niüoa from Civil lw. Tben rUy at home, my heart, and rest Tb bird la safest in ita neat; O'er all that flatter their winei and By A bawk la hovering in the sky; To aty at home la beat." Longfellow. OCR YOUNG FOLKS. Only. Only a cottage nestled Under the bill. The rose climbing over The -window Bill. Only baby's cradle In on the floor; Only a mother watching Oat by tlie door. Only a sweet face nestled Daintily there; Cradled only a baby With golden hair. Now a child in the doorway. Watching the sun. Or In the pretty garden, Liearnlug to ran. Then a boy on the hillside, Happy at play. Sport while the golden suDrlie Wanders away. Tnen a ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 April 1880

THE INDIAKA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 21, 1880. r. I f 4 WHITE HOUSE G ALLEM. Thomas A. Hendricks, of Indiana. A Weitern Statesman Who for Many Tears I Um Veen at the Head of III Party In II U Own State and Who 1 Kecog. . jjized an One of the National .Leaden of Democracy Public and Private Life. Philadelphia Times. Thomas Andrews Hendrlcfcs, ex-gorefnör Ol Indiana, was born in Muekingnm county, Ohio, near the city of Ziuesviile, September 7, 1319. His father, the late Major John Hendricks, with hie family lelt Ohio the spring after Thomas was born, and settled et Madison, Indiana. At that time Madison was the chief city in the State and the homa of many men who become prominent in her history, amoDg tbem "William Hendricks, an uncle of toe subject of this sketch. Major Heodricks remained at Madison until 1S--, when he removed to Shelby county, then very sparsely settled, and opened up a farm. It was located near the center of the county, and afterward Shelbyville, the shire ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 April 1880

THE; HTÖIAHA.- STATEESENTI2TEl7,:t7EDNESPAYi'.:;APlIL2 Ii . 1880. 8' "Qom mid gmn, HoaMhold Notes Cocoa Cookies Two capa sugar, one cup "butter, two eggs, half a Kpted crcoanut, make just stiff enough to roll out; Toll thin. Sc Kr risk Cake. One egg, one cap 8ur, kali cup butter, one cup aweet milk, three teaspoons balling powder; flavor to taste. timkm it k ecant balf cup of batter, one and a half cops of flour. This Is a good recipe for doughnuts. Hoabsih era. Bake a lemon or sour orange for twenty minutes in a moderate oven, then it at one end and die out the inside, and sweeten it with sugar or molasses and eat. Thin will cure hoarseness and remove pressure from the lungs. To Make Okiox Socp. For ten pints of odd cut four large onions into little pieces, brown them in two tablespoonfuls of beef driDDiBff or mutton gravy; add to this live spoonfuls of flour; pour some warm water upon it ana lee it dou. id serving iu duuv add some slices of brfad, according to the quantity of flou...

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

THE IIANiJ STAE feENTIN Jf j WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21. , PoaTMASTKB GisiRAL Kit is named lor the tall of tbe 0-aot ticket. . Cae Schcsz ii cpfoaed t a third term bat that doa't amount to an; thing. la rt necessary to call tbe Legislature to assemble tn extra session to pass a regiatraUoilawT The South will plant luure cotton tbb far tban last, and a crop of 8,000 000 talee is anticipated. It ia estimated that South ern planters cleared $121000 000 on their lait year's crop. 'At this rate the Sjuth will be richer than ev-r lnfw years. It la in testimony before in Exodus Commute that Governor 8:.. John, of Kansas wants Southern negroes in that Sta: 3 U cuard aeaits'bis deleat wben nominated oi re-election, and it is also in testimony ila' while the Republican kidnapers of Kansat were sending forth circulars throughout the North; pleading for Lelp and recitirg th deplorable cone itian of the sic and dying negroes, these Game miscreants were sending lying circular throngboat tbe South to in ...

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

TH rapiAKAj STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 2 ii 1880-SUPPLEME HEART CRT. Llttle lost derlinc com back to mf . f--Litis my arm a yi-1 oed to do. -Bare U the place where Joor head should bei I Bet 1 the boeom waiting fur yon. , ., . .. . LeVme'Vut Wegalabe'my breast T 1 The telfe touch oi yoar tlnj baud; ! r Tda roae-lraf hp lo myvwacloe prwet. Hi check bv jeer balmy breathings fanned. : u .. - '- -II 8m acre; f that tliht my weary eye. . i , ? A iheaseads of time l'f dona la play. . v , Wbeo I qocIom them la so ft urprlse. King ovt e laugh la your awes aid way! ' " m'- i 1 i : . i'k '! I ': - i, Obi to Bae.com to m, prrclou onrl ., r ( I am so heart tick and sad and lorn; ' v' Hkd as nature wltbont tbe still, -Kow that the light of any life ha flown. Ton t p lo In ehnrehyard all alone, Koswt watch by your aarrow bed; ; The wind e'er yoar tender body Mown, And night dew dripped oa your baby head. Not lo tha laminooe Held above AngeUanotber new star have eet; They uiajr enrrnnod yon ...

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