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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 June 1880

if" THE IKDIANA STATE SEimNEIii WEDÜTE9DAT, JUISE 30, 1880- BLUE FLAGS. xijjex m. noTOirssojr. What sweet rebellion la thy blood. My June, ha in bid thee raise Thy royal standards by thee wood And through the meadow ways? What stir ot passion, darling sprite. Spread these blue banners to the light? Past Illy bads and arrowy blade The giorlouH pageant Hies: In sonny shallows, reedy shades, Unnumbered blossom rUe. By rocky coast, la salty bight. Thy banners glitter in the light. Wrought of warm noons and morning dew, And painted from the skies, Sav, have thev not the very blue of Maiden Marian's eyes? Ab, June, thy rUgs are not so bright As those blue banners In the light! Harper's lor July. AGRICULTURAL. Breeding Characteristics. Philadelphia Record.J The Record, very properly, his something to say now and then to encourage tbe breed ing of improved or fancy stock, bat there is one phase of the matter I have never seen mentioned in print, whicb, if true, is exceedingly important Most...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 June 1880

THE INDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1880. 8 A HORRIBLE DISASTER Witnessed on the Placid Waters of East RiTer, Opposite" , - t NeTTrTork. v - ... ij The Steamer Ssawanahka, "With Three Hundred Persons on JJoard, Takes Fire, t i. And Befora .AldVlleaciea . Her. Fifty Persons Are Burned to -.!: Death. . Hany More Severely Barned About . Their Bodies. Thirty of the Victims Taten From the Wreck. A Scene That Beggars All Description. Toll Particular of the Sm1 A Hair as- IetalleU by TDuie on Board. A TERRIBLE CALAMITI. On East Klver Yesterday Afternoon A Steamer Burns, and "With Her Fifty People New Yokk, Jan 28. The steamboat Seawohanka, which ran from Peck Klip an the Bound to Glen Cove, Long Island, too fire at 4:M thin afternoon while oil" Randall's Island, East River. The lire was occasioned by an explosion in the engine room, and the middle of the steamboat was soon in names. The pilot, Charles Smith, remained at his post until he was KEAKLY BUK5ED TO DEATH, and succeede...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 June 1880

THE IlAiTA.feTiLTE6EIN'EL', WEDNESDAY, JUKE 30. 1880-SUPPLEMEHT. THfil TICKET That is Sure of Success in November Next Ilaneoclr, the Soldier and Statesman, Unanimously Selected ? for President. English, of Indiana, Chosen With, out a Dissenting Toice ''' for Vice. The Closing Session of the Grandest Conyentioa Eyer Held. A Platform Every Plank of Which is Solid. The New York Factions Coma Together on the Nominations. John Kelly Makes one of the Greatest Speeches of His Life. Speeches by Stevenson, Voorhees, Pettis and Many Others. Tb BaUonnl Executive Committee Ap pointed, And the Convention Adjonrnn Without Day In tbe Best of 11 ninor. FIRST DAY. Tbe National Democratic Convention met at Cincinnati on Tuesday, June 21, In toe Music 11 all or that city. At 12:40 o'clock Senator Barnum CALLED THI CONVENTfON TO OBDEB and without any preliminary remarks announced that prayer would be offered by Rev. Wendte, of tbe Unitarian Church. Sana or Bornum announced that be bad been unanimously...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 June 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SEXTlEL, WEDNESDAY. 7 JUNE 30, 1880-SUPPLEMENT. cleared, bat the motion was withdrawn and! the roil can prooeeaea. - Heven were absent from the Michigan delegation. Pending the announcement of the vote the band played "Yankee Doodle" and "Dixie," to tue del Ik lit of the audience. After tne announcement tbe Chair announced that no candidate having received a majority of the votes, anotner ballot would be necessary. , , , A motion was then made to adjourn until 10 o'clock to-morrow morning, and at 6 o'clock precise y, after a continuous session of nearly eight hours, the Convention adjourned. Till KD DAY. i.t.n... uiavaninn nnnvl th Convention to order at 1mJ, and Rev. Chaa. Taylor, of JOVinKBOn, mTVIcu umm uicnoiu,. Mr. Peckam, of New York, rose to make a statement In behalf of the 8tate of New York, tbat tne delegation beard with sensibility the vote In tne Convention yesterday for the honored statesman, of New York, 8. J. Tilden, loud cheersl, which called forth ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 July 1880

MmUmm WM vol. xxvnr. 27. ESTDLVPOLIS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1880, WHOLE NO. 153G. THE CELEBRATION Of Independence Day Indulged In In All Parts of the Country. Ortzt Meets With a Grand Becepiion at Emporia, Kansas. Interesting Sw from IriOHi the Bljc tad. ' THE KOCKTII. Grandly Celebrated In AH Parts of tlu Country. Tiere Haute, lacl., July 5. Yesterday wai celebrated to oint extent, but to day whs generally commemorated. At the Fair Ground Secretary R. W. Tbompoa anil otheis spoke. Tnere wer military parades, char.u traces a&d insplrlog music. Au Immense crowd was iu attendauce. To night the city Is ablaze with fIre-woka. Th stru ts nre filled with thousands of people. No accidents are reported. AT WHF.LJ.G, WIST VIRGINIA. WarxxiSG, Jdy 5.' Independence Day was very literally observed to-day. The business lKiu.tr-. wure ciosfcil, '.) the public buildings. Thed.-splay of Luutlnwaa generous. No accidents worthy ot note happened, despite the tact that gunpowder aud are cracker...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 July 1880

THE INDIANA STATE -SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1880. WEDNESDAY, JULY 7. How much did Mr. Garfield give to the Chicago fire? - - - Democrats every where ere enthusiastic far the ticket. EirrBLicAss begin to realize that Hancock won't be counted out Thosb who know best claim Pennsylvania lor Hancock and English. Trass colored Hancock Clubs have already been formed In Atlanta, Ga. The Democrats don't talk of less than 50,000 majority for Hancock in Sew York State. The Chicago Inter Ocean will have the bloody shirt. It will haTe a lonely time of it thifl leaeon. GASnELD should be withdrawn If there is to be a lively contest It ia growing dietreasingly monotonous. The Globe-Democrat, aince its master was slaughtered at Chicago, eeema to be making a race (or an insane asylum. The Southern outrage business has been quietly and eweetly laid to rest enveloped in the ample folds of "the bloody shirt" Tee Republicans are finding out that good -war records are not all on one side, as Democrac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 July 1880

THE INDIANA: STATE SENTINEIi 'WEDNESDAY; JULY , 7, 1880. 3 HANCOCK AUD ENGLISH. C0LÜKBUB. Hail Pennsylvania's gallant son! Hail, Indiana's noble one! Twice blessed the party of the free. On the sure road to victory. In war our arms la triumph, led . By him on many field of red; In peace the churn pion of th right W lil win once more the freeman a fight." For Constitution and the laws, " Wbo cou'd pot a nobler cause? Born Nation', right and thnt of State Henceforth remain Inviolate. No Credit Mobiller disgrace, No paving contract fraud to face, .So unearned Ralary's bold steal Ms stainless record doth reveal. Then gather round oar standard bright Ye friends of iinerty and right: And give oar honored leaders three Times three, and march to victory. Detroit Free Press. A DOHESTIO TYRANT. The Influence of a Determined Woman. BY CAHOLIXK LATIIORPE. If you marry Major Hunter, youll bo trod on take my word for it, 3Iis Aniory." 'Do you think so?" said the person addressed, quietly, looking...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 July 1880

I 1 t THE oJnilAj 'STATE': SENT i . i WEDNESDAY, JULY 7. -RATES Or - SUBSCRIPTION. Dally, delivered by earner, per week JO K tally, delivered by carrier, Including Bunday Benunei, per wee-, fell to newsdealers, per copy 80 dlanapolls Swtiocl for 18&0 Daily, 8u day and Wcefely Editions.. BULT. Vll-rar! by carrier. Mr week . t 35 .mil-, inelndinc bandar, per week 80 Dally. ter annum, by mall., 10 W) niiv. nr uinnm by mall, lneludlnat Bunday by mall 12 00 Dally, delivered by carrier, per annum 12 GO Daily, delivered by carrier, per annum, lnciudlnz Bandar. 14 00 SCXDAT. rnndav edition of 70 coInr.ins - I 3 00 WZKEXT. Weekly, Vr annum 1 - -I 00 The pontage on sufcscilpUons by mall Is pre paid by me punusner Newsdealers supplied at three cents per copy postage or other cnargee prepaid. . TOR PRESIDENT, WINFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK, V . r Of FTXX6TLVAKIA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, t Or INDIANA. ----i -- ---' 1 t - STATE TICEKr. For Governor FRANKLIN LANDERS, Marlon Cou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 July 1880

rnu v TvnTWTA cmArnp CT?vrrmxn7T . - TurrwrcQ! a ttttv it -ioor INDIANA.- STATISTICS." A Erie F.evlew of Profaner Colltt'a Rtport : i ; Jatf Jsiuel.' . 1 ' The first report of the Bareaa of SUOistica and Geology of Indiana, jest being distributed, preaenta tome novel features. '.In 1nnan affairs it is impossible to do anything perfect.:! The most accurate machinery will tave some lost motion; the most careful towers will bay tomt seeds to all by the wayside; - the; test disciplined army. will hare some stragglers and deserters who are worse than "useless. Tbe collection of statistics is robject to the same difficulties and loss. The introductory ;eport shows the general outline. I- thai work, and contains much brief general in formation valuable to foreigners, as to the Foil, climate, commercs, land, roads, schools, eta, of tbe State, with a history of the many efforts to create a Bareaa or Department of Statistics in the State. " -;,- , ' "' Those who gather and compile . statistic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 July 1880

rv T . 2 ' . G THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEIir WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1880. THE HOME, It la aot doubted that imi btf a bota la that place wlwrt each one baa established his hearm and the icm of his possessions and iortnner, whence he will not depart, If aothlng call a bis away; whence If bat baa departed ba aeema to b a wendarer, and if ha returns ba ceeaee to wadar Deflaitioa bom Civil Uf. "Theo stay at horn, my haart, and raat The bird la aafaot ia'ita naat; O'er all that flatter their winga a od fly A iawk is UoTtrlng in the iky; To stay at home la beat.1 Longfellow. OCR YOUNG FOLKS. The Golden Wedding. Nrw York Weekly Trlbuce. "Bossie, I heard papa and mamma talking together at the breakfast table about going to a. golden wedding, and I found out that a golden, wedding means when two people have lived together fifty years. I don't Buppose do vou, Bessie? that it makes any difference what fifty it is, for it in't the years that make a good goldea wedding, but the love, for I heard mothe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 July 1880

THE PTDIA2STA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY, JULY 7, 1880- 7 GARFIELD AND COLFAX. "Why Honor the One and Other? Condemn the TgetBer they were selling In Corruption leaky baat. Which ooa went down, though bard they tried To keep the craft afloat. Oneiric, and Dever rose aaln; Tbe other, where is be? A master of a gallant ship IIa seeks to sail the sea. Then wears, ye stalwart wearers, Corraptlon'a werp and weft! ' Bat why Is Uarfleld taken, And Schuyler Coltax left? Together they were richly bribed, Together loudly awore; Together on their brazen brows Corruption's brand ibey bore. One bent bla ha 1, and veiled his eye, And sneuted away in sbarue; The other, aiming higher yet, is deaf and biind to blame. Press on, ye stalwart soldiers. To all eorru ptlon kind ! . Eat why is Garfield taken. And Colfax left behind ? For equal crime they were condemned, Charged by the general voice; Bat of tbe sinful twain, tbe worst Is now his party's choice. United in corruption' bonds Let both succeed o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 July 1880

v. I . 1 i 8 THE INDIANA STATJE SENTINEL; VTEDNESDAY, JUL.Y 7, 1880.- FORNEY FOB HANCOCK. 111.4 Kron for Oiling III Support t the Democratic Ticket. From Progress, July 3 There ara many deathless days in the American memory; umbog them the attack upon the American fag In Charleston harbor on the 12th of April, I SGI; the battle of Gettysburg on the lit, 2d and 3d days of July, 1803; the fall of Richmond on the Oth day of April, I860, and the assassination of Abraham Lincoln on the Ith, day of April, 1SGÖ. No days in fcuraan history ever aroused a more agonizliig solicitude,or closed open more gigantic transaction, or opened a wider vista of human possibilities. Each of these events had s strange and almost providential meaning.-. Each possessed the peculiar quality of conquering in an instant millions of pre j udices. The ball fired at the old flag from Charleston consolidated the North and struck down human slavery. The victory of Gettysburg sited the second great city of the Union...

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

Wm Muß VOL. XX VIII. NO 28. INDLtVNVPOL.IS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1880. WHOLE NO. 1537. GAllFIELD ACCEPTS The Republican Nomination for President of tie United States In a Letter Which is Poor in Construction, andlliglty Thin Eaaiinj. Garfield' Letter of Acceptance. . Memir.O., Ju'.y 12. Ueneral Garfield baa forwarded lo senator Hour, of Massachusetts, tbe following letter of acceptance of the nomination endered bira by the Republican Natioiitai Convention: Mestor, O., July 10, lSjO. Deak sir On the evening of the 8th of June la-,: I had the honor to rtcelve from rou. la the pre-ence of tne Co im Ulke of whwh yon were Chairman, toe official announcement thattte Keiiablicau National Conventional Chicago had trial dsj nominated mu their candidate for 1. -evident of the United Htatea. I accept the nomination with gratitude for She confidence It implie, and with a ceep sense of the responsibilities It imposes. 1 cordially lcoorse the . principle set forth In the mstrorm adopted by theConv...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1880- ' WEDNESDAY, JULY 14. Gixzral Hahcock ought not to resign his Office aa Major General. Thb demand is: "Tell the DeGoIyer infamy to the people." It will be told. A. Gallatij Poster is expected with his curling iron and pomatum pot in about ten days. A. Gaiaatis Porter ia growing weaker day by day, as the campaign advances, and "tne dapper little fallow" is being measured by a critical public opinion. Thi Republican candidate for Governor will continue to wear Bilk stockings during the campaign. General Ben Harrison can be of service to him in matters of gloves and neckties. Hobest J. Hair-, the Chairman of the State Central Committee of the Greenback party of Michigan, has declared for Hancock and English. They can't be kept away this year, somehow. The solid South, 138 votes. Now add Connecticut, 6; New York, ZÖ; New Jersey 9; Pennsylvania, 29; Indiana, 15; California C, and Oregon 3 votes, and we have a Democratic majority of 11...

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

3 COMMUNION Wim THE DKAl. How pare at hrftrt and ound In head. With what Uivlne affection bold, ShouM be the man whose thought woull hold An hour's communion with the dead ! In vain shalt thoa, or any, call Tin spirits from their golden dar, Except, like them, thou too cauitt aay, "My spirit is at peace with all." They haunt the Mlence of the breast, lmaioatlouHcalm and fair. The memory liKd a cloudlet air, Tlie cousc'teuco as a sea at rt: Eat when the heart la full of din. And doubt besl-.ie the portal wait, They can but listen at the let, Sud htiir the houe thOid Jar within. From Tennyson's "In Mernoriam." CONCKKXIXO WOMKN. It U a terrible thing to be obliged to lovo by contract. True modesty protects a woman bettci than her garments. Man is creation's master-piece. 15ut who says so? .Man! Our happiness is but an unhappiness inure or less consoled. The qreut are only great because wo are on our knee.-. Let us rise! To love is to admire with the heart; to admire is to love with the...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. "WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1880. WEDNESDAY, JULY 14. FOR PRESIDENT, WIN Fl ELD SCOTT HANCOCK, OF r58TLYA51A. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, Or IKDIAKA. STATE TICKET. For Governor FRANKLIN LANDERS, Marlon County. For Lieutenant Governor ISAAC P. GRAY, Randolph County ' For Secretary of State JOHN G. SHAN KLIN, Vanderburg County, For Auditor of State MAHLON D. MANSON, Montgomery County. For Treasurer of State WILLIAM FLEMING, Allen County. For Attorney General THOMAS W.WOOLAJSN, Johnson County. For Clerk of the Supreme Court GABRIEL SCHMÜCK, Ferry County. For Reporter of the Supreme Court AUGUSTUS N. MARTIN, Wells County. For Superintendent of Public Instruction ALEXANDER C, GOODWIN, Clark County. For Judge of the Supreme Court Third Dis trict - JOHN T. SCOTT, Vigo County. For Judge of the Supreme Court Fifth. Dis trict J. A. S. MITCHELL. Elkhart County. THE CA5IPAIGN SENTINEL. We call attention to the exceedingly cheap rates of the campaign Weekly Senti...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 18?0. TO THE SCAFFOLD Will Mrs. Browa Lid Unless the Geverncr or.Vna Saprema Court Interferes. After Torty-six Hours' Seige the Jary Eeturn a Verdict Awarding the Death Penalty. Expreislosi From the Defendant, and Joaepa E. WaCe, Her Associate In Crime, BnerfcT Freasly aad Others. The jury In the case of Mrs. Brown, after being out fcrr j rix hoars, at 11 o'clock Monday morning, sent word by Bailiff Gray to Judge Heller, that they had agreed upon a verdict, and the Court was immediately called to order. An Immense crowd was congregated in the Court House at the time, who had been in waiting since the opening of the doors at 9 o'clock. Mrs. Brown tat at the right of her attorneys, Messrs. Walker and Cooper, in the same position she had occupied daring the entire trial. The jury soon filed In and took seats, when Colonel Gray, the bailiff, called the roll, all answering to their names, after which Judge Heller asked: ' Gentlemen, have yo...

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

r -r ' i ' wiJ is tvtm A "vr a cm a mir o xs vtttvtd t rimrpon a x? - titt Tr a v oa All l i XitXXXUAV. XXXXi OJUiXI -aJLX l'J I J, I T XLX-JJ XUiJJl. JL J U JLi A lt 1ÖÖU' G THE H02E. It if not docbted that men hf a horn 1b that place whera ach oce ku Mtabliahed hi haart h and Ui tum of his poMetaiont sad fortan; whence h will not depart, if nothing call him sway; whanae If ku departed he aaajtn to be a wanderer, and if he retern f he eaavaea lo oder. Definition from CItII law. "Then atay at hoaae, my heart, and rest The bird ia tf-it in it neet; O'er all that natter their winze and fly A hawk it hovering in the kj; To itaj at borne U heat." Longfellow. READING FOK LITTLE FOLKS. ' If TTlthn Were Horses, IM. E. B , In July Wide Awake. "If wiahes were horses," dearie. How last and bow far a e'd ride On our beautlial nowwbiie chargers. Founding with life and pride; . Straight a the flight of an arrow. Swift as the flattb of a spear, We'd travel forever and ever MII wishes were horses,...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY. JULY 14. 1880. ADVICE TO A SPOTTED CANDIDATE. Look well before you leap. De Golyer G.! Think, of the matter cüinly twice or thrice, At present yoa are measureably free; Accept and you are fastened lu a vice. As Senator your coarse at last 1 clear; As President you can not hope to teniae; Now, taking prudent coudm! of your fear. You should regretfully decline. This for your party may be rather bad. Bat wherefore made they such a grand mistake? Too know the act was nothing lets than mad That chose you, In the City on the Lake. The prospect, aa yoa see, Is rather bine, ' On honest ways the people are intent, And they are not electing men like you, Nor do they mean to make you President. Therefore, you well may take thU kind ad rice. And look the futuie squarely In the face, Think of the matter calmly, twice or thrice. And aave your party friend the last disgrace. New York bun. game mid $arm. Breeding- Thoroughbred Stock. American Agriculturist for...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1880- 8 HEAT AND FAMINE, Startling Uatural Phenomena In ProspectSlaligii Spot The Earth Feeling the ItM-tiv K fleet of Solar Disturbance Drought and Ruined Crops New York Mercury. The country has suffered terribly reocntly from an excess of heat. In many places the 'crops are totally ruined, and recent showers Save done little good. Blights in vegetation invariably precede and accompany epidemics, and not in'rtquently culminate in. famines. What is trie cause of blights? In other words, to what cosmioal influences are we to attribute the late unusually mild winter end the late unseasonable spring? There are certain pious, well meaning peopl, who refar all tublanary abnormalities Co the Creator of the universe, but in recnt years there has arisen a class of philosophic specul&toM who attribute the recurrence of blighting years and meteorological inharmonic to rLASET ARY ISFLCEKCKS, or to what may more properly be termed a pe...

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