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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 June 1880

amEMfiärä' 8folE SESTÖnEIilWEDNESDAY- JUNE c 16; 1880. I - I i s BEDI D VX OßlLIEIi FKAUD. Gaifeld's Connection Therewith and the ; : B&scality of the Affair. " Bit Guilt Clearly Shown Tbe Damning Ev ' Itfenc 'Produced by Arne III Ex- i , , . phtaation Explained. The most gigantic fraud erer succeesfully perpetrated in this country . originated In the construction of the Union Pacific Rail road. - Congress voted money and lands sufficient to build it without any considerable issue of bonda or stock by the Company. This furnished the opportunity for a vast speculation, but as the directors were forbidden by law from. t engaging in contracts or holding other interests of profit, that obstacle had to b. overcome before they could be beneficiaries by the abuse of their trusts. - A charter had been granted by tha. State of Tennsylyania to a Company known as the Credit llobilier, organizad upon the French plan, which had not operated with eo.ee si. This was purchased, and some...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 June 1880

THErlNDlAXA' STATE IBENTINEL TDSQAXt-? 6M1880 6 THE HOME. It ! not doubted that men hare s hon In tha Uce when) each 00 hai eatablUhed hie hearth and the enm of hi poeeaaaione and for tone; whence he will not depart, tf nothing call him away; whenee If be ha departed b aeemf to b a wanderer, and if be return he cease to wander Definition from Civil Uf. "Then atay at home, my heart, and reat The bird ia aafeet in ita neat; O'er all that flatter their wing and fly A hawk ia hovering in the aky; To atay at home is best." Lougfollow. MaVe a Beginning. BY HABY . LAMBERT. If yoa never make a beginning, lad, - You will never come to the end. Wny stand at the foot of the mountain, lad, Wlieu jou caa to In diow ancend? The way Is weary, and steep, ani long A toilsome Journey, and slow. But you cao not jump to a summit, lad. Up, step by step, yoa must go. There are many weeds In j our garden, a! ; You must pull them, one by one; In the time we waste, only dreadlDg work, Half Ufa's labor can b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 June 1880

t V THE INDIAXA ' STATE 1 SENTINEI WEDNESDAY, 1 JUNE' 16, 1880. 7 3 FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. A.B. Allen In Harpers Magssine for June. Until within a few years patt,t carce a pound of fresh beef or a single fat bollock was exSorted from America to Great Britain, as it ad been thought, up to that period, them producta ccald not be placid therein a fit condition for toe consumption ci tue lastiaious islanders. Moreover, for tome time the value cf meats of all kinds had been so near alike on both sides of tie Atlantic ai to preclude the idea ol exportation at a profit. Bat prices then began to advance rapidly in Great Britain and the neighboring countries of Europe, from which she had Ion? drawn supplies for her wants over and above her own productions, while a depression took place to some ex tent in America. This prompted a few of our enterprisiDg dealers in fresh beef and fat bullocks to make toe experiment of ex portation thither. This, at first, owing to the imperfect refrigeration of t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 June 1880

THE 'INDIANA STAJEiSJEyyiyELw -yDlBpYJVNJE, lfy v1880.; T T11K BATT LE OF CHICAGO. A Parody. T. PETER M. DILL. There was a plot of Garfield men by night. And Antl-thlid-termers had gathered then Opponents of the Emperor, and bright The prospesta were for the country's great men; And Iceberg's heart beat happily ; and when Delegates arose with a maniac' yell, Elear eyea looked bate to eye which npafce again. And ail was solemn aa a fun'ral knell; And their odors like brimstone to 'Lyases did smell! Did ye not hear it? Yes; 'twas from the Kast The signal note from the bugle of Blaine: On with the vote, nor mind It in the leant ; 'Tis butthethreatenlngsof bolters rrom Maine! Oa with the vote! the Emperor hall reigu ! Eul liari! tht bolters, they're bolthis ouea more, A d Indiana's following th train: And Windom and Edmunds their votes outpour, And oaio, bolting, follows 'neath Icebergs roar! Ah ! there was hurrying to and fro, Ar-d eager "n gs" were lulntiDgof disti; Thür cherts were p...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 June 1880

f J - THE INDIANA STATE. SENTINEL. I CHICAGO CONVENTION. v The Chicago Convention, with all of iU wrangllngs and discordant elements, finally made its nominations yesterday and ad journed. Garfield and Arthur la the ticket. Mr. Garfield is a type of the most pro nounoed, repulsive ana stalwart Radicalism. f He has advocated the presence of troops and . United States Marshals at the polls. Be -.Ttas mixed up with the salary grab, and ' smirched as foully and disgracefully with "Credit Mobllier," as was Schuyler Colfax, . whose political life it scorched and practically killed. The nomination of Mr. Arthur to ithe Vice Presidency was a sop thrown to the sullen and defeated Grant-third term element of the party. Mr. Arthur was removed ' from i the collectorshlp of the Port of New York by Hayes because he was believed to Ji!".i . be corrupt. Here, then, we hare at last the disgraceful and corrupt elements of Rdi icalism embodied in a Presidential ticket. It will grow weaker and weaker a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 June 1880

TiPtPffllAff A STATE .SCTmPAT' qqBMT- LANDERS AND GRAY. The Standard Bearers of Democracy In the, Coming Campaign. J The Strongest State Ticket That Could Have Possibly Been , - Chosen to Back Them. A Large and Orderly Convention Pretided Oyer by Hon. Thomas A. , ' ' , -. Hendricks. Much Enthusiasm and General Good Peel . ing Manifested by . the Delegates. Speeches by Hons. T. A. Hendricks, Francis T. Hor d, Franklin Landers , Colonel Isaac P. Gray and Others The Platform. The Democratic State Convention met Wednesday morning at Indianapolis, and was called to order at 11 o'clock by Colonel B C. Shaw, Chairman or the State Central Committee. By 10 o'clock the large Wigwam 'was a perfect jam, and no little difficulty was experienced by the Committee selected to seat delegates to accomplish the task delegated to them by the State Committee. In calling the Convention to order, Colonel Shaw said: U entlemen The time has come that was appointed by resolution or tbe State Central Committe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 June 1880

:'Nrr j! iLVT A Z--i - A -z -7 l!5. ! J. lie!. '. I. M 'tt- ,c;;"-: it .. I I VOL. XXTVTEL NO 25. INDIANAPOLIS, - WEDNESDAY, JUNE .23,1880. WKOL.E NO. 1534. n-!l v. ft ir 1 X. II- ir'll"(J''lliril I I I 4 it t V J V 1 I Y CINCINNATI. it. -f i A Lively Day Srent by thellany Delegates and Their Friends. The Indianapolis Hendricks Club Arrives and Makes a Strong - t. -1 -i . , ' . . (i . Impression. Everybody T atr Sea ( Hording the Nominee of tha Coavention. A Series' of S'-rong RsEolaticin Passed by tie Indiana Delegation. It is Thought That the New York Delegationj Will Nominate Payne, r i . a r : Of ÜO10. IatexYiewi . With -Wada Hampton axd Others Oa the Situation. t'V. The Feeliug in tba South Strong for " HendrickB, And He Coattaacn to ln Rtrenfftti la 1:1 ' " Otber DirepfioB. j "- - A Fall JJt of. the Commute on Kfso-x-r.'t . latlona. j.: '. TBK DEMOCRATS. Mr. Iteolrick. Raplilly Comlns to the Front A Careful Review of Vetenlay aud Last Night' Work. ' Bpeclfll to the Uentlsel : ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 June 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; T7EDNESDAY, JUNE 123, 1880. 2 WEDNESDAY. JUNE 1. Axothck "kJd glove' nomination. It Is Porter instead of whisky Streight. Another iceberg floating around for the Democratic party to smash to pieces. "Whisky Streight was what they thirsted for, but the Postoffice ring had ordered Porter. Garfield is said to bo worth frem $15,000 to $25,000. Oakes Amea gave him $320, and De Golyer $3,000; total $5,320. That much la matter of record; the remainder is tobe figured out. It is said thai Mr. Halstsad, of the Cincinnati Commercial, acknowledges prlyately that Garfield is already defeated. We felt sure that the gallant cheyalier of Cincinnati journalism really held this opinion, but supposed that he would keep it to himself. EThk Republican paptrs are endeavoring to draw attentioa to the fact that Mr. Garfield is a '-Christian statesman." A genuine Christian statesman is a grind and noble beirg. but Garfield belongs to the same type that Schuyler Colfax represente...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 June 1880

THE .INDIANA . STATE SENTTNEU WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 18S0. THE OHIO FARMER'S. Ofticx Ohio Faxx xhs' Iicsceasck Co., Lx Kot, O.. May 2ü, 1830. Hon. M. D. Manson, Andltar of State, Indlanapo'ls, led.: Dub RrR I have the honor to submit herewith a fall statement of the basioe transacted la tue Btate of Indiana by this Company: April 2, 1877, to June SO, 1S77. Premium charged 12,302 28 Lnmet pali! 13 00 Jolv 1,1877, to December 81, j;7. Premium charged- 6,470 07 LoMses paid.. .. . 1,751 15 January 1, 1S7S, to June 30, 1878. Premiums charged- 8,7tf3 91 Losses paid.. . 9,018 61 July 1, 1878, to December 31, 1878. Premlama charged 9,6o5 51 Losses pal t January 1, 1879, to Jane 30, 2,099 25 Premium charged. 11,473 71 lxjesee paid 45 July 1, 187, to December 31, Premiums charged. 13.SC 81 Losses paid 1,856 67 $52.137 97 112,314 4 The above amount, 152.137 97, Is the entire mount charged npon our books for premiums on business la Indiana. It does not Include agents' commissions, and npon this po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 June 1880

f i 4- - .5ftiWii . WEDNESDAY. JUNE 23 . -. roa PilESIDEMT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, E abject to the decision of the National Demoeratlo Convention, 7 " ,' , ' KATES OF . SUBSCRIPTION. ' Dally, delivered by oarrlera, per week JO 85 raiiy, delivered by carriers, including BuaJay Sentinel, per weet.,,,. 80 )aiiy to newsdealers, per copy- 3 Indianapolis Seutluel for 1880 Daily, San day and ITeeUly Editions. DillT. V.'irjnrAii hv AArrlar. ner week jail7. including Sunday, per week HO 10 00 Dali v. oer annum, bv mall SVAJ a J- 1J ia ""J T" t w lAav ftnnnm hv m &..!. lnslutllnar Buiiday by mall .. 12 00 . Dally, delivered by carrier, por nnum. U 00 Daily, delivered by carrier, j-er annum. Including Sunday. 1 00 SON DAT. gunJay editton of 73 col amni I 2 00 WKEKLT. Weekly, per annum.-... ...-J 00 Tue pottage on subscriptions by mall la pre paid by the publisher Newwdeale.ru supplied at three cents per copy postass or other charge prepaid. General OaiJäftCrelit Moliiier Record. IFro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 June 1880

i L THE INDIANA STATE SENTINBLrBtNEßl)Ai:. UNE 23, 18805 A (. r i . . THE AMENDMENTS :- 1tj i ;V ; Are Not Carried, According to tLa Decision of tha Suprenj Court.' TU full Tezt of the OplnloaDellVeria Yes-day-Judges HoirJr, Wot den and Bddlo -1 Concur, ana : Judges Scott anl ' Klblack Dlsaent. ' . . -1. ', - .. . . .. . . . t , Tbe following is the fall tezt of the Oiiaion Of the Supreme1 Court on the Constitutional amendments,' in' which they decide they were not carried. The argument be been la progress far teyeral days, and not until yesterday morning at 11 o'clock was a decision submitted. THk DECmO. ' 8,737. The State vf. "William r. Swift. Floyd C.C. . . .-... . ). . Following the record of the case, the Sexpre me Court says: The Hum presents two questions far oar -consideration; l,j Was the prvpcfd auiend- , -mentuccoidins to the facta htated In the leply to the special answer ratified by a malority of the elector of the mate, -and dKi It thereby beccme a par ot the Constitu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 June 1880

. - r , i : t v .j-" "w- rr I ." -.rj . ......... . ... ... . r 6 THE INTDIAXA STATE SEN TIN KU WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, I860. THE H02IE. It U BOt doabUd that SnSn bSV. S BOB la that äse. bin each ob kaa established als hearth and Ca ram of hl poeeeseiona Bad fort; whence ha III Bot depart, If aothlng call him away; whence If ha fc'vs departed ha seems to ba a wanderer, and If ha rwtwras ha mum to wuder. Definition boot CItH tot. Thea stay Bt komt, my heart, and rati ' Tha bird la safeat la ita BHt; O'ar all that flatter their wings and A hawk U hovering in tba sky; To iuy at horns la but." Longfellow. OCR TOCJiG FOLK 3 A. Bird Story. It1, strange bow little boy's motlwrB Can find it Ml oat as they do. If a le.low doea anything naughty Or By anything tliat'a not true! Taey'li looK at yoa Juat a moment Till your heart la yoor bosom iwells. And then they know all about It ForaUtUe btrdteUa! Now where th little bird comes from, Or w her the llltle bird goes. If he'a covered with beautiful p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 June 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1880. THE FARM. TIi Sunflower. "VYe have latelj met with a paragraph In SiTeral of oar exchanges, recommending the planting of a sunflower seed in the mid JJe of ach hill of poe Deans, ao that the aulk of the sunflower, growing faster than the beans .and always keeping a little ahead, would serve instead of a pole, saving to the grower considerable labor and expense. How this Would work in practice we can cot aar, bat we do know that for many uies the sunflower is a valuable plant ta raise. It grows very rapidly and when planted around tick drains, priviei and other unsightly and of fensive placar, it not only serves as a screen, bat it also Is said to haye the property c! absorbing malarious exhalations and purifying the atmosphere. The seeds ar mach relished by poultry, and, if not fed to liberally, are very who'esome. A correspondent of the Country Gentleman recommends the seeds aa a core for the hearts in horses, and says: "A gentl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 June 1880

f ,00 r .TT-fTTl IAATST " "i iTim 1 "IT '""" republican Mv&:s9bl: z ROSCOE. i' Oar boom, oar boom, bof za for on boom J ! ' 1 7 tat Doomws Doom ui mw j . Evry echo awakened, nlgbV, PP'ij no a. Ring ot n4 "mud Moblller." f i ; ( T 3 f j ' ü ; ' . - - ' 3 On the flail cf oof fia is emblaxoned th fact Of the man who represent crime. Whose name la linked with tno country': lagrace, i . .. r - . Th-uaefles the effacing of time. - J Tneulare'"of oaf : tramp ta, the roU.ol oar drams, - - CalteOakesAm.es froai his gravo ana w abroad - - - To miet Öür comrade rrom den and from alajna,.;. ... - A well oar brtoe-ehoatl d g crowd. - Oar speakers are grand; their casMron throat Wil explain now oar Garfield fell; x : , Ther will duplicate 11 to gain a few votes Fniu North Carolina to . Tfe Poland Committee and the Boss Sh?brd Ring, , . . , "well saccessf ally coyer with dirt; And we'll try to heal the penary atlng Tlth a flap of ttoe old bloody shirt. Veil tell howourUarfleld went to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 June 1880

1 MS INDLVsTAPOLIS, "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30. 1880-WITH SUPPLEMENT. VOX.. XXVHL NO 26. WHOLE NO. 1535. I i - -r i vj iv i i j y w v v RlTIFICATiOS-MEETIXG. The Most Enthusiastic Meeting of the Year at the Wigwam for ltatifring the Nomination V rof Hancock and r" " -V English! " . ' Spsclif8 ,oy Governor Hendricks, Hoa. Williani HV English, Senator ; Joseph . E. McDonald, Senator Voorheep, Hob. Franklin Landers, Candidate for Governor, Hon. David Turpie, Hon. David S. Gooding and Col- ' ' onel J. B. Maynard. Great Enthusiasm, the Most Intens satisfaction, and a Manifest Determination tiWiatM Fight la the Coming Election. Long before the time fixed for the ratification meeting at tbe Wigwam Monday night, great crowds of people gathered in front of the building and in all the streets leading to it It was already manifest that the meetIng was to be an immense success, and the subsequent events were such as to carry proof of this expectation. Some time before tbe meeting, tbe cannon. belcbed ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 June 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1880. WEDNESDAY, JUKE 30. The bloody shirt flipa and flatters no ' longer. Republicans will point to Porter and sing out, "Oar Bnob." Albert G. Poktc will begin the campaign In silk stocking!, a clean face and a diploma. Therc Is no Credit Mobilier or Ds Golyer document sticking out of Hancock', packeta. . The Republican death warrant is written andtigned. HancookU the name on the important document. It is said of Albert G. Porter, that when be pasaeaa poor nun he holds his breath for fear of contamination. Now stand still and watch the Radical raud-daubera bespatter the clean, clear and spotless record of Hancock. Tnr. "Garfield Shlnners" should be adopted as the name of a Republican organization. The 320ers" would not be bad. Hascock and English is the ticket Garfeld and Arthur Credit Mobilier and Custom House dishonesty must go to the wall. If Albert G. Porter was not a Know Nothing, what business hai he in a Know Nothing lodge? Wil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 June 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SEOTTNEI WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30. 18S0. TCIE PERILS BY IGE, An American liitiag Yesael, by Floes. Abandons Voyage. Surrounded Her Another Collision Tith a Hers Indication of Some Unusual Climatic Change In the nigh Latitudes. I New York. Heraid.l St. Johxs, N. F., Jane 19. The American fishing schooner H&rman Babson, Captain La wood, sailed, from Gloucester, Maes., on the 23th of May, bound north to Greenland for the prosecution of the balibat fishery daring the current summer. With the exception o! two days' detention at Little Canso, caused by adverse winds, the yoyage moved along nnder very favorable conditions till the schooner reached the fifty second parallel of latitude, when avast field of lC3 was sighted on the port bow. The coarse of the vessel was altered a little more easterly, and continued till a position was reached sixty five miles northeast by north of Bell He Island, off the straits of the same name. There another ice-field was descried on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 June 1880

t THE . INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1 880; Mi' .1.1 ' WEDNESDAY, JUKE 30. Gaefield Is a Polander, and, therefore, is ineligible. How will the Northern heart be fire! this year? Sid! Oakis Amk3 planted, Poland watered, bat Garfield got the $329. Withdraw Garfield and Pjrter and subatitute Crant and Streight.andlet us have some fan. No seed of Southern outrages this season. Hancock will sweep the North, outrages or no outrages, The Journal talks about the Democrats eating crow. The Republican dish u buzzard with perjury sauce. Tin Republican party pronounced Jamea A. Garfield guilty of perjury, and then nominated him for President. How is that lor the high moral? Poos Arthur! . He was kicked out of office by Hayes, the Presidential fraud. It would would have been better (or his good name if be had been kicked by a mule. "Shall we hear the Rabel yell for HanCock?:' queries the Journal. Cues you will, and it will sound better than the yell of the Poland Committee, fixing...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 June 1880

A ) THE TNDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY JUNE.30, 1880r: ... . . .... ... . . . . ;1IM THE COLORADO CO-OPERATIVE, PROSI'ECTLNG AND MININÜ COMPANY. Report of the General Manager on the ProgrtM of the AVork and tlie Location of the Company Property. Galesa, Co!., Jane 13 In response to the znanj inquiries from the stockholders in this Company at Indianapolis and other vicinities adjacent thereto, I hare prepared this report. The property of thia Company in this Ticinity is the Newsboy No. 2, 'Frisco No. 2, Lookout No. 2, Boston, Chicago, Chlorides and San Mires, and their exact locations may be seen by reference to the aboTe map. It is one mile and a half to- the group in Fremont County from the office at Galena, while those in Custer County are eighty rods couth. The entire area covered by these properties is something over sixty-eight acres of ground. The ' group in Custer County coTen twelve hundred feet wide along the east slope of Mineral Mountain, and upon this territory the fl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 June 1880

THE INDIANA STATE BENTINELi, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1880. G THE HOME. It la as (owbte that as a bom la that Uc vtwn sack Q hM tW.'hed his heart and the tma of ail possessions as fortsaes; whence be will sot depart. If nothla calls him away, whence If ba ku epai-tatl he iMmi o t wanderer, and If he Mtm it or in to was-dor. Definition from CUU Ww. Tb stay at ho, taj heart, and rest Tb bird U safes in iu nsst; O'er all that tuner their wines and fly A bawk la hovering In the sky; To stay at bona la beat." LoegftUow. OCtt YOCNG FOLK 3. Jamie, the Gentleuiasv. There' a d?ar little ten-year old down the With eye ao merry and smiles so tweet J love to stay him whenever we et; - Ana 1 all him Jamie, the gentleman. His home is of poverty, gloomy and bare ; Hit mother U old with want satt care There's tittle to eat and little to wear In the home of Jamie, the gentleman. He never complains though his clothes be old, No dismal whining at banger or cold ; For acheerful heart that Is Detter than gol...

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