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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 May 1880

WW A. Jk. V J 4 VOL. XXVni NO 19. INTLAJSTAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY, MAY 12. 18eO-WITH SUPPIJEMENT. WHOLE NO. 1528. 6 UVTY Al TELEGRAPHIC. A Combination of the lilaino lVashbnrne Interest Against Grant. and Heavy Fires in the Oil Regions of Pennsylvania. Tearful Storm in Illinois IZallcch and His Troubles. roll Text of Nfnalor Bayard'n Bill Con. cernlnz Marshal at Ihr Polls Crimes and Criminal F.tcTHK GRANT ROOM. Combination Against It. Special to the Sentinel : Washington, D. C, May 10. The Grant men ara innen alarmed tonigut at the turn in the tile against hlra. It is rumored that Washburne has formed a combination with Blaine to defeat Grant, and the air is life with the wildest kind of speculation concerning this new move. ADJOCRXMEST. The latest movement In regard to adjournment is shaping Itself to-night, and that is to take a recess from the 1st of Jane until the 1st of July, which is likely to be done. IOWA DELKGATSS AT CINCINNATI. Friends of Speaker Randall received a private dlsp ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 May 1880

t THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1880. WEDNESDAY, MAY 12 Indianapolis la not &a it was. much Republican "What about Whittaker's ears? The eirBUt boom seems to have died out. Cosklikq is said to be terribly hostile to Elaine. He likes Governor Sprague better. The Radical bulldozera of Ohio have not blown up objectionable citizens with kegs of gunpowder for a month or two. Perhaps the Republican press of Cincinnati can explain the unusual delay. Jay Gocld waa a tanner in 1857, in Pennsylvania. He ia now at the head of 8,000 miles of railroads, and besides owls Whitelaw Reid, of the New York Tribune, and probably other slaves. Cosway's teatimony makes the leaders of the Republican party parties directly connected with the immigration of pauper negroes to Indiana for political purposes. There ia no getting away from iL A feiend of Conkling asked Blaine if he expected to win the race. "Certainly," replid the plumed knight. -How?" "By adopting the Rhode Island ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 May 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINED, WEDNESDAY, MAY 12. 1880. THE HOME. It la not doubted that men bar a home la tbat place whera each on baa eatabliahetl hia hearth and th mm of hia possessions and fortunes; wbenca ha will not depart, if aothlng call him away; whence If ha baa departed h seems to be a wanderer, and if he return he ceaaea to wander. Definition from CiTil Law. 'Then stay at home, my heart, and reat The bird ia safest in ita neet; O'er ail that flutter their w infra and fly A hawk la hoveriug In the sky; To stay at horn ia beat." Longfellow. OCR YOUG FOLKS. Room for You. BT GEORliE K. HOWAKTH. "Who shall w(Ti away the errors Crowding n m from the ast? Wliososvl clear the mists and shadows That the future overcast? Soon we busy teemlnw millions Will have ended all thli strife; And tue iiiyrlnlcrowdinif n uh Must luxe up the task oi life. Ah ! the workers In the vineyard Are too flnt nul all t lew, Anil the fleht of honest etfiirt Ever wall, ynuni? friends, fur you. Room for loy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 May 1880

0 THE INDIAKA STATE SEimNEli; 'WEDNESDAY; -MÄY 12. -1880. Entered as second-class matter at the Postoffice at Indianapolis, Indiana.! WITH SUPPLEMENT. WEDNESDAY. MAY 12. FOB PRESIDENT. THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, or xstdxaiya, Babject to the decision of the National Demon oratio Convention. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally, delivered by carriers, per week 13 25 'aiiy, delivered by carrier. Including Sunday Hentlnel, per week.. 30 jally to newsdealers, per oopy.. dlanapoll Sectinel for 1880 Dally, Sonday and We lily Kdl lions. DAILY. .taiiv tnc'.ndini Rnndav. ier week Tkatlir rutr onnnm. hv mall ia l r A, Knnnm hv mall, including Sunday by mail 12 00 Dally, delivered by carrier, per annum 12 00 Dailv, delivered by carrier, per annum, including Sunday. 11 00 BTJVDAY. Bunday edition of 70 columns 1 2 00 WMK.LT. Weekly, per annum...... .....f 1 00 The postage on aubacrlptlons by mall la prepaid by the publisher Newsdealers supplied at three oenta per copy postage or other charges prepaid. Grant ia...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 May 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SEKTmEL;; EDNESDAy yMAY, 12iy1880; 1 r r I UNCLE SAH'S LIBRARY. Three Hundred and SIxty-Flra Thousand Volume in Crampl Ouarters at TViihInj ton Necessity of Knlarged Accomiuodatiotm. '- Wathing'oa Saoday Pott. Prc-lniUy thi visitors ho makes a rapid transit of the Congressional Lihrury expfriinief a slight fnsc of mT.tiii. If his mental lungs art" sensitive he must. JJooks to the'riht of him, WVs to the Ie.t of him, lcokp in front of him. Books jre.Mng down on him from the galleries, crowding out over the lalutrade, filling the aieoves to overflowing. It is not only the books that have a local name und habitation on the .-helves, but it is the books for which there seems to le no rHm that impress the sensitive visitor. They are -tacked up in the corners; they lie on tables and impromptu shelve; they are piled up on the floor as though they were to be used fr macadamizing some royal road to learning. They remind one of Mrs. Liver-more'.-"Superfluous "Women," there a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 May 1880

THE INDIANA. STATE SENTINEL, WED'NESJJAT, MAY 12 1880 6 PASTORAL TALKS. Detain tsd A-thelsm. An Abi Sermon Preached Recently, by Professor Swine of Chicago. Cod way b all In II.-1 Corinthiana xr, 2. Each age ta its own peculiar form of belief and distrust. Our period is, perhaps, making more mquiry than any other period over the radical question of the existence of a God. It is not satisfied by the intellectual exercise afforded by the discussion of mere superficial problems, such as whether there is a Trinity or an inspired volume or a divinity founded church a form of surmise, where two sides quite meet the demand of old doubter and disputants. As man has become of late years bolder and more intense, and, perhaps more coldly logical, he raises a deeper question, "Whether there is a Creator, a personalGod?" There are not many atheists, for it is not the principle of the mind to affirm boldly that there is no such, First Cause; but there is a !arge number of men, young and old, and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 May 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDA Y MAY 12. 1880 EXPRESSIONS. A verv good boy la Podunk Of cake stole an awful big hunk; iave tome to bis sister: The parents noon missed her; tihe Is cow In ber little earth bunk. If there Is anything a young man Consider a disgrace. It's tu have hi oeard referred to As the down upon his lace By his girl. The stamp act Applause in a theater. A mere matter of form catting a dress. Alfonso ia becoming bald. (Twice married.) Vben sb:ps are on speaking terms they lie to. "My burden is light," remarked the little man carrying a big torch in the procession. When a man can't keep his head above -water he may console himself by haying a large floating debt. To parties who are unable to express their feelings we would suggest the matter of sending them by freight. Never buy apples at a stand where the proprietor wears plnsh breeches. Flash la the frult-polisber par excellence. A colored conscience goes a long way, but bright moo as and lively dogs are the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 May 1880

f 1 f r i. frHE INDIANA SrJ?ATE SESTDEEDNESJJAt , .12.; IB30- THE FARH. The Distribution of Labor on the Farm. UA-inerlcaii Agriculturist. " There are about as many kinds of farm management as there are kinds of men. To a certain extent this is natural, because there are sj many diflerent producta of the farm, almost any oce of which may be taken l the primary, and all the others thus beome , of orly secondary importance. If butter it the leading "crop," the system of the farm will be of one kind; if wheat is the primary product, the methods pursued will toe different from those for butter, and this gain will not be th same as when eheep are the main fource of the farmer's income. Circumstances of eoil, climate, nearness to market, personal tastes, etc, will decide these matters. But whatTer the system, whatever the leading crop grown and we by no means believe that in all cases, or even in most cases, it is always better for a farmer to hare a crop that is the leading one there are...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 May 1880

-THE, INDIANA- STAT?; SENTINEL; WEDNESDAYS Ä.Y 12, 1880 SUPPLEMENT- MAY. 12. . i rJbm proper question wherewith to greet'sk friend from this time until' November it.-j "Who will be the next President?" All others ere utterly unwarranted. : , 1 Georg i Eliot, who has just married at the age of sixty, is not able to raise her voice above a whiscer. Mr. Croes. her new hus band, is evidently determined to have peace In his old'age. Asd now the Repabllcan officeholders begin to bleed. All of them are bored very muco, after the style of sugar trees. The poor devils winoe. but it Is no use to com plain the Rspuolican corruption fund must be large. It la pay or get out men and women. Assessments are made, and each one knows what is expected, and the money comes. Hayes, who draws Tilden's salary, pays very little it may be, for he is known to be a miser as well as a fraud, but his example la something, and helps to compel the unwilling employes to yield obedlenee to the machine. True, it la ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 May 1880

. TJBLEi INDIANA STATE SENTINEL) 'WEtftfßSDÄY , ... - -f - -.-.-jr.r"-,-a'.ry"?i---' "- - VTKj ST HE CAVX HELP IT. BURTON C. INGERSOLL. -. 11 1 i : i ..' I woader bow she will receive aae Itt-nlght! . - " It maybe with Cor D la bet beautiful face; Or it may b with b I ashes and mi lee of delight, - As sbs fires me a welcome with .aeenly grace! I at what do I care for her mi Inst 'TU not aha, . But her excellent brother, I'm going to eee. For Um proud, haughty beenty ii aothftrg to me! I remember the might when I roUa with ber last. Or rather the mora, for the moon o'er the bill la The wMt, slowly setting, long weird ihalowt cast, Aad the dawn that was coming began to fill The eky ia the east with a faint rosy glow. And to pale the lieht of the moon, linking low. And to kit lata blushes tbe ermine mow. The party waa oer, the musie bad died. Of Mich bUs and laughter away on the air; I eat by toe gala In the aleigh, and beside The aleigh she was standi ng, so haughty and fair; O'ar the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 May 1880

'lj MIHI II Wft 7M X7. : ivno 20. IXDIAlSTATOIilS, WEDNESDAY, LVY 19, 18eO-WITH SUPPLEMENT. WHOLE NO. 1529. ÄOV t, ILM r. . i l vol. xx vn - 1 r 1 1 7 TELEGRAPHIC. Eurnins of tlie Town of jlilton and Ileayy Forest Fires i in FenDsiIvania. Death of Chief Justice Church -Terrible Powder Explosion-Reports on Election Frauds. Carl Schurz Sued for $20,000 Damages-Ix-Berator Christian cj'a Divorce Wuhburne Dacliies, Etc. Infsmon Action of Father in Knox County Ottoer CrlmMd Criminals, Ett., ElC. LAFATETIE. The Pordae Cadet Storp-Kerpcrs A ppointed, pecial to the Sentinel : Lafavitti, Ind.. May 16. The Purdue Cadets will go Into camp at the Wildcat Creek camping out grounds next Thursday. The Cadeu are a healthy organization ander the able captaincy of Professor H. W. Wiley. a Ex-ChU-f ol Police Ruby and Floyd Reynolds have been appointed store keepers at the distillery. This morning the Wabash train ran over Charles Tell, near Heath Crossing, and cut off both his legs. Tull died this afte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 May 1880

it THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1880. WEDNESDAY, MAY 19. The New York Times thinks that the name of Tilden'a next fiiend is Tilden. It is claimed now that Blaine and Sherman met in New York, Tuesday, and fixed np a combination against Grant. Titers cerer was a time when the Republican organs were so completely demoralized aa at present. They are fighting each otner like enraged wildcats or polecats. The Burlington Hawkeje continues to clamor loudly for Grant, regardless of the fact that Iowa i solid for Blaine. The Hawkeye la nothing if not fanny. For a man who is not a candidate, 'Washhome's friends are making a most bitter fight. It is to be eared that Washburne has ceased to be a great and (rood man. Log aw seems to be carrying Illinois for Grant, thus showing himself able to redeem his promises. It is quite evident that he doesn't want any one to mourn for him just yet. C05KUSO is of the opinion that breaking the unit rule will help Grant that he will gain more...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 May 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, T7EDNESDAY MAT 19, 1880. V THE LORD'S WORK. Problems and Happiness. ' Sennen Dell re red byj Professor Swlng, at Central Church, Chicago. "And no man in Heaven, nor in earth, neither undor the earth, wa able to open the look, neither to look thereon, and I w-jt nnu-h because no man was found worthy to open and to read the lMxk, neither to look therfii." Rev. v 4. John wept much that no one wuä able to open that look, which seemed to hint to hold the history of man in certain great spiritual relations of the future. John had seen many 1 . 1 1 TT. 1. 1 1 woiHiermi tilings in ni. nay. ne cau ueen I the nearest tti.cijle of a Master who had L performed miracles, who had lived a life erioriiie'i iuiracie, w n mv.i ucu m' I which wa itself a mon.1 wonder a Mate who had risen from the dead and with i heart influenced by such a strange and touching exjK-rience, John attempted, in his solitude inTatmos, to look ujM.n the future of man on Iw-th sides of death. But ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 May 1880

T -'" i ' w THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1880. S2 Y ' ' w O tX X tt WITH SUPPLEMENT. Entered as second-class matter at the Fcxrtoföee at Indianapolis, Indiana. WEDNESDAY, MAY 19. FOR, president. THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, OF ETDLASA, Babject to tbe decision of the National Demoera tlo Convention. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally. dellTered by carriers, per week 10 IS Oaily. dellTered by carriers, including Sunday Sentinel, per week 80 laily to newsdealers, per copy 8 '.ndlanapoUs Sentinel for 18 Dally, Baaday and WeekJy Editions. PAILT. tellyered by carrier, per week t 25 uiy, Including Sunday, per week SO Dally, per annum, by mail - 10 W Dally. Der an nam by mall. lncludlnc Haodav by mail - . 13 00 Dally, delivered by carrier, per annum.- U GO Dailv. delivered by carrier, per annum. Including Sunday. 14 00 SClf DAT. Bun day edition of 70 columns J a 80 WIEK.LY. Weekly, per annnm 8 1 00 Tbe postage on subscription by mail la pre paid oy tne puou&ner Newsdealers s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 May 1880

THE IXDIAKA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, "MAY 19, 1880. I HE OLD CllADLE. BY rSKDEKICK LOCXKB. And this vm your cradle? Wny surely, my Jenny. 8ucu tlendsr dimensions go clearly to show Yoa were an exceedingly small plcanlnny Some nineteen or twenty short bummers ago. Your baby-days flow'd la a much-troubled channel; I see yoa as then In yoor Impotent strife,.. A tiptit little bandle of walling and flaunel, Perplex'd with that newly-fouad fardel call'd Life. To bint at an Infantine frsilty's a scandal; Let by-gones be by-gones, and somebody knows , It was bliss such a fc.iby to dance and to dandle. Your cbeels were so velvet, so rosy your toc. Ay, here Isyoar cradle; and Hope, at times With Love now Is watching beside lt. I know. . ,. , , They guard the small nest you Inherited only borne nineteen or twenty short Hammen go. It is Hope gilds the future, Love welcomes It smillna: Thus wags the old world, therefore, stay not "My future bids fair, is my ,'uture beguiling?" If miak'd, still...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 May 1880

G THE IKDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1880- THE HOME. It ! net docbted that men bate a home- In that lac where each on bu eatabluhed Ma hearth and the turn cf Li poaaMiiona and fnetnnew. whence be will not depart, If nothing call him away; wh"f" u b haa departed ha seems to be a wanderer, and If ha returns be ceaaea to wander. Definition from UU Law. Then stay at home, my heart, and reat The bird ia safest in iu nest; O'er ail that flatter their wings and fly A hawk Is horerin in the sky; TO stay at uomw i . Longfellow. OCR YOCSO FOLKS. Garden Lore. Every chIM who haa gardening tools Hhould. ie.rn by bert these gardening rules: lie vnoowusa?anleEiusfpaae .... Should be able to dl? the depth of its blade, He who owns a garuening take , . ,,. Should know wUat to leave and what to taue. Jle whoownaa gardening hoe Must be sure how fce means his strokes to go; Hat he who owni a gardening fork May niRke it do all tne other tools work; 1 hough to shift, or to pot, or annex w hat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 May 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY, IMAY 19, 1880. jome nnd nrm. Chicken IlaUlnj?. INew York Farmer and Dairyman. " Don't et too many eggs under your ben. Give her no more than jou ar sure abe can corer and keep uniformly warm. At tbe end of about twt nt -one dayi tbe chicks will begin to pip the shell. Don't meddle with them. Wait until yea are sure some of them are fairly out, dry and -strong. Take these and put them in a box or basket, cover them with cotton or some soft warm thing and put them ia a warm place. If lef t under the hen, she may leave her neat with thm before all are hatched. When all are out, return those you have to the hen and give her a clean, dry, warm place, where abe will have good air and the chickens can have a . moderate range. If you have to coop them, put the coop In a sheltered, aunny plaoe, where they can be protected from rain. Don't allow them to be out after sundown, nor to run in the dew, night or mornirg. If the hen has a range, don't allow her...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 May 1880

8 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, le80- IS THE GAIXOWS SHADOW, How a Man Feel Who U, Under Sentence of Death. Covert Bennett, who, with Mrs. Smith, was sentenced to be hacged for the murder of Mrs. Smith's husband in Jersey City, N. J., und who obtained a new trial and was acquitted, delivered a lecture in Jersey City a few nights ago. We ccpy a follows from a report in the New York Sun: When having surrendem! himself, he thus describes his leeiings on being first taken to a cell: "I was, a It were, in a trance. Then I became conscious of my surrounding!, and with Ulis knowledge came an overpoweiing de.sire to get away from them. I began to Khakethe heavy iron dcor aad call lortne Chief cf Folice. Shortly he came, when I tried to argue with him to let me out. Baying that I was guiltless, that he had no right to hold me, ami that 1 could not endure being in there. To ail this he paid no attention, simply reiterattna that 1 baa to remain. Again left to myself I was in d...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 May 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEt :.'b!SDtAT, MAT 10, 1880SUPPLEIENT. ; WEDNESDAY, MAY 19. Sxjtatoe Kellogg will Dow serT6 out his .term in peace. Oar Washington correspondent thinks he will hare eight majority on the final rota. - At latest dates the count on the Republican ' Presidential slate stood: Grant, 345; ; Blaine, 167 j Sherman, eighty-three; Washburne, eight, and Edmunds, thirty-nine. i. Tue Grant men claim that he has carried the State of Illinois by over 120 majority of the delegates outside of Chicago, and say they will rule the Convention with an iron hand. Johw A. Logas has done many things and been accused of many others, but he has never been charged with editing a literary bureau. He doesn't know the language well enough to do any thing more than manage booms. His wife always manages the literary department for him when he is a candate. Washecbss and Edmunds, both of whom are the idols of the independent press and the bright particular stars of the virtuous young scratch...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 May 1880

TKE1 INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, JVpEfiESDY, MAY 19y;18QyPPEIEl IF WE KNEW. PUBLISH ID BT IIIQTJXST OUGHT TO Bt PUBLISHED DAILT. If we knew the wo and heartache Waiting for a down the road. If eur li pa eoald taate t ha wormwood, If oar back could feel the load. Would we waete the day In wiahinr For a time that ne'er can bet Would we wait with each Impatience . for oar ehtpe to come from tea? If we knew the baby (lagere, Preeeed againat the window pane, Would be cold and alio to-morrow - Never trouble oa again Would the bright eyea of our darling ' Catch the frown upon oar brow? Weald the print ef roiy Anger Tax oa then aa thai do now? Ah! theee quiet Ice-cold flngera How tbey point oar memoriee back T thehaety wordaand actions, 8trewa along oar backward track! Hew tneee little hand remind na, Aa in snowy grace tbey lie, Not to acatter thoroi, bat roses, Tor oar reaping by and by. Strange we never prize the music Till the sweet-voiced bird haa flown; Strange that we ahoald alight the vi...

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