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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 February 1876

r5 at a . -t ..Ii . r ri bjb .w aw . r xx i . a m . -ä. . . , , bm : x - - mJ . i sfv mm w ä-v jtv a ' : . r , ' : . .' i ' . . i . , . . i . . . . VOK XXY-NO 26. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY FEBRUARY 7'" 1876 WHOKE .NUMBER 1,838 .For the Fentlnel.l WHEN MOTHER COMBEü MY IIA IB. mmmm . ' ' - ' When Memory , with gentle hand, , Hm led me IQ that foreign land .. Of childhood days, I long to be ( ' , Agiin the boy oa bended knee. With heal abow, and drowey amlle Hid in a mother's lap the while, With tender touch and kindly care. She bends above and combs my hair. i Ere threats of lime, or ghosts of cares. Had paled it to the hoe it wears, Its tangled threads of amber light Fell o'er a forehead, fair and white, Tkat only kne n the light caress Of loving hands, or sudden press Of kisses that were s ited there. The time when mother combed my nalr. But it last gleams of gold have slipped Away : and Sorrow's manuscript la fashioned of the snowy Drow Ho lined and underscored now That you, to see it,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 February 1876

2 THE INDIAN AIST ATE SENTINEL, MONDAY FEBRUARY 7 1876. SAD SCENES, Arrival of the Indianapolis Crooked Whisky Convicts at the State Prison South. THE CONDEMNED CROWD. HOW THEY ALL MET THH INKVITABLK BCE3LS, INCIDENTS AND IST EB VIEWS WnH THEM. The Courier-Journal of jesterday says: Tbat was a sad scene at tbe State Prison Soatb, ia Jeffersonville at 2 o'clock yesterday alternoon, when tbe crooked whisky men sentenced by Judge Gresham, stepped inside the gloomy building and tie doe (Jerons iron doors closed upon them. TLey were men who had lor long years oc cupied Dlgn social positions ana were numbered a good and honest citizens. In Evansville, led , where they mostly resided, no class of men stood higher, and their arrest, trial, conviction and sentence have struck the people of that section with conBter cation. Thev at first could not be lieve tbat such men as McGriff, Munford, Hill and ethers could be guilty ot the crimes charged and even yet they scarcely believe it. and look u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 February 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL MONDAY, FEBBUABY:7, 1876. THE STATE AT LARGE. Huntington county la going to have a mw poor houae. . The Kokomo Democrat bas beeil changed to that ot the Dispatch. Tte soldiers or Tipton county bold a reunion on the 221 of February. : " The Greenaburst Standard favors Godlove S. Orta BtroDgly lor governor. The Crawfordaville Review baa been sued for libel to the amount ol $5,000. Three hundred and eventy-fivepatenta were issued to Indianians daring 1875. The game ' law lor quail, pheasants and Chickens expires on the first ol February. Logansport has appointed a committee to canvas the city In the Interest ol the Centennial. The amount of contributions raised by the citizens ol Richmond In behalf ot the Centennial is $136. About f 1,600 have been subscribed at Lawrenceburg for the purpose of building a ferry at that place. Corn is eellinz at Terre Haute for and farmers who hive been waiting for better prices ard disappointed. South Bend has Issued city bond...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 February 1876

J3LEIN 7 1876. if THE INDIANAPÖLI3SEN1INEL We desire to place la tbe hands of every dem Ocrat In the state tbe WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL It 1 a larje eight page paper, complete in all .departments, and second to no paper In the Ute. Its circulation Is rapidly Increasing, and la larger than ever before. Thla la the Centennial year, the Presidential year, the year of the nation's rejoicing, and every democrat should keep posted in all the affairs of the government and country, The Sentinel will contain full market reports. agricultural news, miscellany, and full and complete political Information. It will be thoroughly democratic, and as the democratic party is on the high road to success, we want every democrat In the state to rejoice with us In our final triumph. Lot the democracy then assist us In the circu lation of the Sentinel, In connection with the local papers. Every democrat should have at least two papers, his county paper and a paper from the capital. We ask every one who sees...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 February 1876

4 THE INDIAKA STATE SENTINEL MONDAY. .FEBRUAR 7, 1876. if expanded currency, although the present congress has not ttie excuse of tho congress of . 1872.- lor extravagant-appropriations, namely, that the nduatries and business of the country are in the full tide of prosperity. It m the r went universal depression, wten it is so uuei more difficult for the people to live than It was four years azo, corijrcHS should fxoand Instead of diminishing tfc nalioca! expenditure In all direction., as the etlira:es laid before them contemp;', that body will -be derelict to Its duty aDd prove ItVelf-totally TJSWORTHY TEE COJFIDE5CB OF THK COTJJ- . .TBI. Appropriated tor 1-iTZ. 1.7,710,50 oo 318.269 50 J92,V17 25 1.141,134 00 2,6öUtKH) 00 ltilj Ü 00 Estimates for 17 7. t33,?48,7W 60 318.170 CO 20.K71, 40 6,787,79a 61 1,3 2,485 00 l iäjt) 00 12,618,010 41 2,047.62) W) j ,240,66$ 00 lb3,TWJ 00 (1,112 DO 3,815,540 00 50 Völ.öUO 00 2.139,6f0 CO 2.M4.00O 00 2,74 -.4. W l,9t'2,4S)f to Army e xpenses . ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 February 1876

6 IFor the Sentinel. " A DREAM OF SUMMER. BT 1U O. HARRIS. I love, amid the winter's gloom, The Joy of inmmer to recall. Thea fancy wafts me the perfume Of climbing roses on the wall. Commingling with the fragrant breeze, . "That. over blooming orchards borne, Bighs softly through tne maple trees. Or bnathes among the waving corn. Then, from the window of ray room, I watch ike snow-flakes In the air, And fancy 'tis the locust bloom That falls, a fragrant shower, there. 1 close my eyes and fondly dream - That winter's sighing eounds are all But babblings of the summer stream. Or muroiurs of the waterfall. I dreamof beardeJ.goldea shocks, That thickly stud the harvest plain, Or merry bird, whose arol mocks Tbe rlowman, whistling, down the lane. I see the wild rose as tt bends Coquetting, to the stream's caress, All blushing, as the water sends Reflected back, Its loveliness. 1 wake to find the summer past. The locust trees are white with frost; Their leafless branches, in the blast. L...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 February 1876

7 THE OLD VORLD PLOTTING FOR - POTTER. THE NEW YEAR IN EUROPE. The Shrewd Scheming of ; the Great Powers for Territory and Advantage Over Each Other. CASTELAR'3 CONCLUSIONS. THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE AND THE EASTERN QUESTION THE SPREAD OF C0MMUSI5M 1 RUSSIA RUSSIA AND ENGLAND IN INDIA THE MEANING OF THE CONQTTE8T CF KHIVA THE QCEiTION OF SLAVIC NATIONALITY. The New Yors Herald of Tcesd ay contains a communication from Castelar, expieiident of Spain, in which he tarns ap the situation in Europe in his characteristic way. The letter bears date of Paris, January 2, 1S76, and i9 a follows: There H no'hln more difficult than to under6tand and apprecate tbe general laws of events occurring in oar day and before our eyes. If we tarn to the past wo diac-rn the leading Idea which survives lu ruins. The peculiaiitles, the accidents, the phenomena have disappeared. We see the principles and the spirit that animated them 0 urlng centuries. I a our time the multitude of conflicting eveuts that appear o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 February 1876

.0T8x ,7 YjiAujiaari .taokoh jsnimsa axATa aviaiciii am - f. THE INDIANA STATE SENT'EL MONDAY FIUUARY 7. 4S7G. . , . : ', 8 .? H J J Är C Arß D . - ' t5Tradj Palace, Oct. 7. Totbe Country Readers: W respectfully ask your Imme dlateattenti on to the best selected fjtock of Dr- Qoods, Notions and Mill ineryV,ver brought to this city. By giving our individual attention to buyir,g in New.York,w9 have eecure "lino of Silks, ; Black Goods Drees Goods. Dometio, "Woolf ,113.. Flannels, Shawls, TaCi Liner j$. Blankets, Comforts. No tions an-d Millinery at such rates nd. on such terms as enables us to offer tho lowest orices known eirjee 1862, Our prtocs are alike to Ml, and. Grangers as -well asotrtKrs will flTird "t'ßo other house " more ÄttractK -goodsor.lowct prleesT"" OCX." forced much higher for many roontta, and ftit next month daring the Lenten season, tna-.ear may reap a season of prosperity . The past, week has been one of great activity and considerable excitement: prices advanced ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 February 1876

UK Nasa. 'V ir' III til III III fell III i f K 1 ! wrsiij I Ii Ii Iii Ii i mi it mi a n INDIANAPOLIS. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 1G 1876 WHOLE NUMBER. 1.839 vol. xxv-sra 27; TIIE PRESIDENTIAL TET, PROCEEDINGS OF THE OUTION. PROSETELLING TESTIMONY HIM. AGAINST Two Envelopes Told of Addressed to Babcock and Avery, and two $500 bills. TESTIMONY OF THE TELEGRAPH, A lot of Evidence Presented Showing Baboock'e Interference with the Affairs of the Revenue Department. THE CUETAIN RISES. JtVGOCK. APPEARS 'TOR TRIAL HE PLEAD NOT GUILTY TBK SHOW POSTPONED ONE DAT. St. Louis, Fx. 7. General O. E. Babcock appeared in the United Bta'e Circuit Court this mora trig to answer to the Indictment charging him with comf liclty fci the whisky frauds. He was attended y Jadge J oh n K.Porter, of New York; Emory A. torrs, of Chicago; exITnlted States Attorney Genertl Williams; Judge John St. and Chester H. Kran, el Louis, .9 eacnssl. District Attorney, n. P-Lver. and the special counsel, James O. Hrondhead and Majo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 February 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 16, 1876. 2 THE PLAY PROCEEDS. And the Plot Thickens Around the Presidential Pet. THE TRIAL. SCENES II AMD ABOUT TEE OOCRT-R003T ANECDOTES, OPINIONS AND GOSSIP CONCEBMSO IHK TRIAL A DISGUSTED MISER. The St. Louis Republican of yesterday gives this graphic description of the scenes In court at the Babcock trial: The rain whkh ell sharply between nine and teu o'clock yesterday morning had its effect upon the curious assemblage which gathers every morning with the hope ot securing admission to the Babcock trial. Few save those with a reasonable nope of getting into the court-room came out to face the slcrm and policemen and bailifl, and the stairway was lees crowded than usual in consequence. Inside the assemblage was as dense ss usual, and it was a notable fact that the audience yesterday was the mcst aristocratic y6t gathered to watch the moves in the game for Gen. Babccck'a undoing or acquittal. Possibly a well-to-do assemblage Is less a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 February 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, FEBRUABY16, 1876. 3 THE STATE AT LARGE. Sbllob, a little town near Kokcmo, has an Enoch Arden sensation. The soldiers of Laporte county are going to meet and discuss the amnesty question. The Monroe county poor farm Is said to l- actually making some money for the county. Th3 exchanges report that crops throughout the state never looked better than at present Logansport Is last becoming the heart center, In the northern part of the Btate, lor its fine cattle and hones. Jacob Iautzenheiser has manufactured a chair for the Centennial exhibition which contains 100 pieces olwood. The officers of the O. fc M. road have Issued orders prohibiting their employes dead-heac-irffe over the line without passes from the proper authorities. Fort Wayne Is considering a proposition to buy the Wabash A Erie canal at the approaching sale, as a means of securing a permanent supply ot water for the city. Thirty-nine indictments lor violation of the liquor law will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 February 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY FEUHLTARYj 16 187G. THE INDIANAPOLISSEN I INEL We desire to place In the bands of every democrat In the state the YEEKLY STATE SENTINEL It Is a large eight page paper, complete in all '(departments, and second to no paper In the late. Its circulation la raDldlr Increasing, and la larger than ever before. This Is the Centennial year, the Presidential year, the year of the na tion's rejoicing, and every democrat should keep posted In all the affairs of the government and conn try. The Sentinel will contain full market reports, agricultural news, miscellany, and full and complete political information. It will be thoroughly democratic, and as the democratlo party 1 on tue high road to success, we want every democrat In the slate to rejoice with us in our final triumph. Let the democracy then assist as Ii i reo lationof the Ecntlnel, In connection wlih the local papers. Every democrat should have at leant two papers, his county paper and a paper fro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 February 1876

5 THE PRESIDENT'S PET. Continued from First Pge. TfXEOK -MS WOT ADMITTED, ut taken under th consideration of the court: St. Lol'13, Aug. 5, 75. VS. ft. A very, aHlilng'on. Have friends s.aricd West again? Find oat. A. let ra5 know. Uned.) ST. Locis. Aug. 27, 1S74, O. Avery, Washington. Are fi lends coming West? me sounding. t'gned.) See II. and give A. Washisotoj, Oct. 17, 1871. -J. A. Joyce, Sr. l.out. Mo.: t our friend is in New York and may visit you. Signed AVKRY. ST. Louis, Mo., Oct. 18, 1871. W. O. Ave'y, Waiblngton, I). U: Cirt sornithlnz positive on movements of Ui-i-.il. Act surely and promptly. Higneo A Wachisgtox, Oct. 19, 1871. -Jolia A. Joyce, St. Louis: I'm your houe in order; your friends will visit you. ISignedJ MACK. St -Louis, Oct. 15, li74. O. E. Babcock, Washington: Have you tailed with IX? Are things right? How? Answer. (Signed.) J. Washisotos, Nov. 10, 1371. John J. Höge, Xenla.Onlo: vV'ill you be in attendance la St. Louis on the 10th as requested? (Signed.) H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 February 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY IG 1876. CEOOKED COSULATES. THE SPANISH WINE RING. ' Its Main Support in the White House aa Usual. - - UNCLE SAM'S SINUOUS SERVANTS. XHK STORY Ol AN HOSEST CON3UI WHO WAS REMOVED Br QRAKT FOR PREVENTrWQ FRAUD THE tSFLCKS-CE OP IHB ' KCUSO The Washington correspondent of the New York Sun contributed the following to Taesday'a tssue: Tue facta whteh were deTeloped daring the examination oi Rhoderick F. Farrell befOTe the committee od expenditure hi the stete department in regard to the extetenca "ef a wine ring, which has been systematically defrauding the government out of many millions of dollars by . the undervaluation- of wine, have--ere-ted a -decided sensation here. Persons who are familiar with . the trade have long been aware of the fart that certain grades ct wine have been selling on the market at leas than it would cost to Import It, but tbey'were not aware of tbe manner In which the easterns does were avoided Tte explanation o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 February 1876

T.HE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY.-FEBRIJAJRY 16 1876. TRADITION OF CONQUEST. II! Grace of Marlboronsth, lesends say. Though bnltle-ligbtnlngs proved his worth, "Was flatbed like others la bis dar, By fiercer flres at his own hearth. The rat'11 chief, thus sadly tried Si a Jam the Duches was j fair Jn Blenheim's boaors fe:t less pride Thau In the lady's lovely hair. Once (shorn, she had colled it there to wound Her lord when he should pass, 'tis said) Shining across his path he found The giory of the woman's head. Ifo sadden word, no sullen look. In all his afur days, con rested He mused the charm whoe absence took A scar's pale shape within his breast. I think she longed to have him blame, Ami oothe him with imperious t..ars As if tier beauty were the same, lie praised her through her courteous years. Eat when the soldier's arm was dust, Aniont; the dead man's treasures, where XI e laid it as from moth and rust. They found his wayward wife's sweet hair. NEWS AND GOSSIP. Count S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 February 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY FKBRUAIjyc, 1876. 8 D Tradö Palace, Oct. 7. To'tfca Country Readers : We -respectfully ask your Immediate attention to the bost selected mock of Dry Goods, Notions and Millinery ever brought tothls city. By giving our Individual attention to buying in Hew York, we have secured a line of Silke, Black Goods Dress Goods. Dometios, Woolens, Flannels, Shawls, TaGle Linens, Blankets, Comforts, Notions antl Millinery at such rates and on such terms as enables us to offer the lowest prices known elnce 1S02, Our priecs are alike to all, and Grangers as well as others will find t no other house more attrastK, goods or lower prices. Xj- S- AY"RE3 &c CO. TRADE PALACK. FINANCE AND BUSINESS. WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW. Tuesday Evening, Feb. 15. Xh money market at preent may be regarded as close, probably , not on account of the scarcity of money so much as a lack of confidence, that borrowers can nse It profitably. The depression, in business has not ye...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 February 1876

Sip V n VOL. XXY-KO. 28. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 23 1876 WHOLE NUMBER 1.340 LAND OF THE JENEID. Farewell View of Naples. PRESENT ASPECTS OF THE CITY. yX513Y MARKETS C ABM EN LAZZARONI PUBLIC BUILDINGS MUSEUU ART W0EK3 THE VESUVIAN VOLCANO. Foreign Correspondence of the Sentinel. Naples, Jan. 15, 1S76. Naples is bo well known that I shall not attempt to give any lengthy description of it. The prospect from either the heights above the city, or from the My. is equally beautiful. I always thought that the peculiar form of the Bay of Naples made the tity an excellent sea port. But this is not tbe cse; there is great deal more or b9suty tbn of utility in the position of the city. Its facilities as a seaport are Rrxall and inconvenient. All the protection tor snipping is one small flock and a small harbor, formed by a mole or breakwater, built i-ut Into the sea. It never hs been, and perhaps never will be, a shipping point cf much important. However, it is a large and basycity, f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 February 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL 'WEDNESDAY FEI3KUAKY 23, 1876 THE STATE AT LARGE. Scarlet fever is bald to ba prevalent io Kew Albaoy. The Lafayette Guards are to ba enrolled rd unllomied. The principal sport in Montgomery county la fox buutirrjj. Plymouth, Marshall coanty, Is buildlnfc a Centennial opera bonne. The Centennial an pper at Wabaah last week netted about $129. Tbe Plymouth Democrat will issue a Centennial edition of that paper. Fourteen bridges In Knox county have been carried away by high water. ßrown&town, Jackson county, has decided to lay ont a public cemetery, for tbe Inhabitants of that city. The tramps take possession ofjcanal boats and make themselves comfortable therein, DQDCü to the disgust of the owners of tbe aforesaid craft. As agricultural society was organized in Jackson county last Saturday, which proPC899 to hold annual fairs at Brownstown, run races and award ribbons. It is said that tbe Crawlordsvllle sportlog club are going to erect a small et...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 February 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1876. INDIANA INDEPENDENTS IN CONTENTION ASSEMBLED. WHAT A DAY BROUGHT FORTH. The Resolutions and Nominations of the Indiana Independent Convention Yesterday. THE FORENOON PROCEEDINGS. . IHK OROA5IZATIOIT CHAIRMAN WOLCOTT's ADDRESS REP0LTI08 AJiD PLATFORM KOMI NATIONS FOR GOVERNOR, LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, AUDITOR AND SECRETARY OF STATE. As predicted by tbe Sentinel, something more than six hundred delegate gathered iu the Academy of Music yeäterday to participate In the greenback convention. Their enthusiasm was somewhat chilled by the barn like temperature of the house. The furnace was out ot order; there was no fire In tbe building and the place wis cold enough to ftfete the hope of the most ardent greenbacker cf them all, bot they warmed up to the work before tbe convention closed and seemed well satisfied with tbe day's doings. Tbe character of the men chosen, politically peaking, will more fully appear in the ketches made by tbe S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 February 1876

4 THE INDIANA STATE , SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 23 1876, THEINDIANAP0LISSEN1INEL We desire to place in the band of every dem erat In the state the WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL Itlii a large eight page paper, complete In all U department, and second to no paper In the täte. Its circulation la rapidly Increasing, and la arger than evr before. This la the Centennial rear, the Presidential year, the year of the na.Ion's rejoicing, and every democrat should zeep posted In all the affairs of the government and country, The Sentinel will contain full market reports, agricultural news mltoellany, and fuU and complete political Information. It will be thoroughly democratic, and as the democratlo party Is on the high road to suecees, we want every democrat In the state to rejolca with us In ocr final triumph. Lt the democracy then assist us In Irculationof the Sentinel, In connection with the local papers. Every democrat should have at leat two papers, his county paper and a papei from the capita...

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