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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 February 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 187G- were simply In opposing amendments to the constitution daring times of Internal discord and commotion, and dnrlrg the absence from congress of tbe representative! of tbe becedln& states, without regard to the merits of the amendments themselves or the necessary legislation that would foll: from their adoption. This sort of unfairness Is manifested la other ways in the article as the writer pursues his review ot the political record of Got. Hendricks, lie soems to have bad moments in tbe prepara'ion of this review in which the truth is uttered with seaming pleasure, and then again a directly contradictory uttersere crops out, tinged with a vindictive euuiity as if soma one else "had put that in." Spsaklng in ose clause of Gov. Hendricks's great popularity and strength tho writer ascribes th9tn to his "readiness to forgive an Injury, and his willingness to l)?g tbe pardon of those be believes he has injured." Then tb...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 February 1876

6 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 23 1876. UJkCLE SA31VS CASE.. A SHOW FOR BABCOCK'S SIDE. The Prosecution Offers More Messages and Other Evidence and Yields to the Defense. BABCOCKS BE-5T FRIEND ON THE BKNCU. JOYCE'S LETTERS FROM WASHINGTON -CHE Y ELATED TUE DISTILLERS J OYCE's COKVERSAHON RCLKO CT THE AVERT LETTERS ADMITTED 0K MOP.B WITKK4M1 Fofi THE PROfcECCiIty WIUJAXS AT WOBK 9X the defense's OPKMNQ Bt.Locis, Feb. 15. Upon tbs openlr; of the lUbcock trial, lb counsel lor the g mrnment notified the court that further testlmouy would reach bere from Washlngtonto-morre-y respect IDE the dispatch of Joyce to Babcoci of Decern ber 8, and the -one from P.ibcock i Joyce f Deceaiber 5, ttJ74, which have not yet been ad mitted. Tha court also gave no Ice to tfce counsel that they would not pass -.on the ad misslbllity e the Avery telegranr unt'l the defense bad an opportunity to present evidence mat Avery's name .ras inown to tl.e grand Jury, and was not included la the i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 February 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 23, 1876. I'or tbeFentinel. A SKETCH OF CHARACTER. ItKIXU A3 OPKS VAtESTlSK TO KSQ. Bolster .mt in mmnen, loud and bold la speech Buprt-we in all that elf-concelt can teach. His half-tilled head a piece of Bounding bra, A cross between a reptile and an ass, An egstlMt and sycophant at onca, JI.s very raeannesi makes him act the duace. And l.?adihlmlnto biandere, such as one "W ith J ctijcy, wba'e'er his sense, would than. BdioM this wretch, soured with vile discontent Becanp, forsooth, the stupid world hath lent No creilencs to the loud and braggart tongue Which his o wn greatness hath so often sung, liehold this wretch with all the Instincts low, "Whi-ti envy, Jealousy and bate can show. At last cut-pour the vomit of his ire, And prove himself a poUroon, sneak and liar! Unler the sort of cover which a sneak To hide his base designs, doth ever seek, Htabnlng in ways none bat a cowa:d can. And eklnjt out with lies bis reptile plan, Stran...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 February 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 23, 187G A CARD. Trade Palace, Oct: 7. "Yo'the Country Reeders : We respectfully cak. your Immo -dlate attention to tho best selected Itock of Dry Goode, Notions and "Millinery ever brought to this city. By giving our individual attention to buying in New York, ve have secured a line of Silks, Black Goods Dress Goods. Dometins, Woolens. Flannels, Shawls, TaOle Linens, Blankets, Comforts, Notions and Millinery at such rates and on such terms as enables us to offer the lowesi prices known Since 1862. Our prieea are alike to 11, and Grangers as'weli as others will find -tuo other house more attractU . goods or lower prices. , Xi- S. AYEB3 &s CO.5 TRADE PALACE. - FINANCE AND BUSINESS. WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW. Tcbsmt Kteniko, Feb. 22. ' In BJtrtern money enter there la complaint of too mach money a od tod little demand. At thU voLiT, atd In tbe West generally, tu money la still tied up In tpork and grain.- At tbe umn tizv-a there la ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 March 1876

i.1iff fffi VOL. XXV--NO. 29. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MAIiCH 1 1876 WHOLE NmiBEll 1.841 COMMUNICATIONS. BLOATED BANKER. MAGNITUDE OF THEIR MAKING. MISCHIEF AN iySTITUTION THAT IS DOING MORE DAM AO K lO TUR COUNTRY THAN TWEED THIEVERY AND THE CROOKED WHISKY consriRACY. To the Editor of tbe Sentinel : Sir: If there Is any on diabolism in legislation recorded upon the historic pages ol tbis country tht txceeds another, it Is In that act ol congress which organized and protects the present national tanking system. It is Iraugtt with more oppression, outrage and plunder to the Ux payers of this country tban all of Twwd'n robberies ot public lucds in New Yc rk, and the "crjoked whisky" frauds oa the public ravenue combined tcgetbsr. It 1 a fully developed cancer on the body politic, eating out from year to year the vital strength of labor. It is as remorseless as Dante's Ditto and lowest limb?," and, like Solomon'd three things that are never satisfied, its gredy aipitite for the bard ear...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 March 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MARCH 1. 1876 or GOV. THOMAS A. HENDEICKS, AT TUB Southern In Juria! Exposition at Jfcic Orleans, February 2G, 1S76. Mr. rp.R-iTEST, Ladies and Gentlemen : It is with great satisfaction that I find mvelf among you to-dar. I underhand that tiie exhibition which we "have assembled to inaugurate, in the magnitude of its proportions, in the variety of its attractions and in the iar-reacbiun mojkj of its usefulness, is superior to any which has ever yet beeu held in this region of our country. 1 sympathize witli the deep interest you have in its success. I do not think you overestimate its great Importance. Here irom workshop, Meid ami household you have gatnere 1 products of yoir industry and trophis of our skill. Here you have böth the token end the pledge of a returning prosperity, and here, also, you have invaluable opi-ortunitics of studying the means and mixH'3 oy wru.-n your iaior iun uc lx-m. i'imni In the? (level ipmeit of your immense resour...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 March 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1. 1870 TELEGBAPHIC NEWS. THS BABCOCK VERDICT. HE IS DECLARED NOT GUILTY. IHK J-cnXE IS COCKT CONOR ATCLATIOS8 OF FRIEXDS THE CROWD PLEASED. Sr. Louis, Fab. 21 Jadj-a Dillon finished reading bla charge and the jury retired at a fe w minutes past one. At the opening ot the court this afternoon the motion for a new trial in. the McKee case was taken up and the argueinent begun. At twenty-five minutes put three, the Jary in the Bibcock case sent word that they bad founy a verdict and they were immediately ushered Jutoccuri. On takln? tteir bet, tbe fcrencin handed the verdict to tne clerk who read it as follows: The jury finjii the cefecddrt tot guilty. Some demonstration In favor of the defendant waa made, but it wan quickly Storp d. There wrs a general handshaking, uowKver.aod General Bibcock crossed jver to the jury and meat heartily and feelingly shook the hands ot each Jurynan and thanked tfcem kindly lor their erditt. Tbe general and bi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 March 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY 3JAKCH 1, 1876 THE INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL ! We desire to place In the hand? of every democrat In tbe state the WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL It Is a large eight page paper, complete la all Its departments, and second to no paper In the state. Its circulation la rapidly Increasing, and la larger than ever before. This Is the Centennial year, the Presidential year, the year of the nation's rejoicing, and every democrat should Keep posted la all the affairs of the government and country. The Sentinel will contain full market reports, agricultural news, miscellany, and full and complete political lnlormatlon. It will be thoroughly democratic, and as the democratic party is on tne high road to success, we want every democrat id the state to rejoice with us In onr final triumph. Let the democracy then a3glst us In the circu lation of the Sentinel, in connection with tbe local papers. Every democrat should have at leaV two papers, his county paper and a paper fr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 March 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. -MARCH 1, 187G. representations ot ships, forests, etc., and'provementln business races in the Corso by hones without rider. Favorite amusements rnon? the maskers are beating each other with In'flated bladders tied to s lcks, ind' throwlog at people Lon bona and pelltts of lime which corer thosa struck with fine dust. The celebrations In the German and French cities have lost many of their charms, and amounted to little since the republican revolutions of 1S13. Naples used to be famous for the splendor of ter carnival, but since the expalaion of the Bourbonssbe has bai none until tbiayear. Although the carnival is nominally a Christian feas. there can ba but little doubt that its origin is to be sought in the Saturnalia of the Romans. This was a mad and iuer?y festival of the Ital"ian people held In December, to celebrate the bountiful harvests which the ever blessed gods bad vouchsafed to the children of men. In the later days of Rome, the poet...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 March 1876

THE. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MÄRQh 1 187G. 6 CALLED. DEMDORAOY IN COUNCIL. Central Committee Meeting. C-AT.T. for tin: democrats OF INDIANA TO CONVENE IN THIS CITY ON TUE 19m OF APRIL. PROCEEDINGS OF THE DEMOCRATIC 8TATK CENTRAI. COMMITTEE TE9TERDAT. The democratic state central committee met yesterday at the parlors of the Occidental Hotel. The lollowlng gentlemen were present: Fr?t District Thoa. B. Byrne, Evaasville. - Second District-Calvin F. Taylor, Sullivan. , , Third District John D. L.jle, ColumblFourtb Dls'.rict B3n. L. Smltb, rtushFilth District Col. Isaaa P. Gray, Union Cit y. Sixth District J ude David S. Gooding, Greenfield. . Seventh District Joseph J. Bingham, Indianapolis. . m Eigbtn District Judge John T. Scott, Terre llante. Ninth District Gan. Mahlon D. Man son, Crawtordäville. Eleventh District Itufus Magse, Lngansmrt. Twelfth District W. J. Craig, Blußtjn. Thirteenth District Laporte Hulner, Ooshen. THK PROCEEDING?. The only absentee was II. E. Wadswo...

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

THE JNDI ANA-STATE -SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. MAECH 1, 1876 7 KEST AT LAST. A fur the shower, Ihe tranqu 1 sun; Hliver Ur wteu Ihe day lsrioue. After thenror, I be emerald leave ; -Alter 'he l:av91, ijoMcniheive. After the cluude, the vlolut ky : liulet wood, nhen the wind goes by. i After tha fennpeft, Ihe lull of wvw; After the bttl:e. peaceful gre. ,' After the knel!, tbe wtdding letl: ) Joyful gTtetlne licm ad faro-wells. A'ter the bad, the radiant roe; 1 After our weeping, weet repose. Afier the burden, the blliul meed; A Iter the furrow, the waking Med , After the Eight, the cJowny nest; After the shadowy rtTer reet. BEATRICE BEATIFIED. PAKTE. 'Cot by the frost of winter wa she driven way. like others; nor by summer heaU ; liai through a pertect geollene-, Instead. For from the lamp of Ler rnee lowllhead vvu-h an exceedirg glory went up hence Thntltwoae wonder In tteeieinal sire, Until a sweet desire Entered him tor that lonely exce.Ierce, So that he bade her to hlmselfasplre: Count...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 March 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNFDAY MAECE l 1876, 8 A CARD Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers: We respectfully ask your Immediate attention to thebestselected stock of Dry Goods, Notions and EliiMnery ever brought tothiscitv. By alvinrj our individual attention to buying in NewYork.we hav secured a lire of Silks. Black Goods Dress Goods. Domest'ias, Woolens, Flannels, Shawlfj. Table Linens. Blankets, Comforts, Notions and Millinery at such rates and on such terms as enables us to offer the lowest prices known since 1862. Our prices are alike to all, and Grangers as well as others will find -t no other houas more attractive goods or lower prices. X. S. AY"RE3 &s CO., TRADE XA-IA.CTC. FINANCE AND BUSINESS. WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW. Tubidat Evening, Feb. 29. The money markst continues In pretty much th mm condition as last week. There la perhaps en improved demand from mer chants who are taking In new goods, but this class of badness is not fully developed. There is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 March 1876

v www VOL. XXV NO. 30 INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MAItUH 8 1876 WHOLE NUMBER 1,842 I COXGItESSIOXAL. srMMABY. In the Senate, Monday, order was taken, aa the technical pbraee 1, in the BalEnap Impeachment matter. The vote appropriating a nm ol money to oomrlete the St. Louis, custom boas was reconsidered, and was amended by adding provisions s to the manner In which the money hall befpent. Senator Sherman made a long speech in favor of the resumption act, having called op tue resolutions oflhe Ne York Chamber of Commerce in rtlatlon thereto. Senator Bogy called up his resolutions authorizing the payment of the Import duties., in legal -tenders, and also made an elaborate address In support of them and In favor of the repeal of the resumption act lie explained his plan of resumption. He closed by declaring: "However Important I believed it to be for the prosperity of this country that we ihould at some day or othe.', no matter how distant, resume specie payments, nevertheless, between the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 March 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY AIAEOII 8 187G CO 21 HVS CATIONS. A MORTON MYSTERY. HIS HIDDEN STRENGTH. FEW CHAPTERS OS HIS INCONM8TKB.T CABKBR A STR1K1SG . BIXIMLOB 1THK TJOU SENATOR WITH THB BLOODY BANWKR. To the Fditor of tbe Sentinel: f A Sir: Well, Senator Morton la going to get the nomination at Cincinnati. I thought I might as well tell you no w as any time. He has a large unseen and unde termined strenath which never fills to bring a fallow through all rlr bt. I don't know when ho got it or whether it's dangerous or not, but, nevertheless, he's got what I sa d. and that's enough to make three presidents these hard times. This . . . - iL ! LI J nldden meaning aoou. anytmng, or u luden strength in oot'a character, is a thing not visible to every body. Its value would be dannged If every one could see It. It Is a custom (I experience no corxpacciions olconeciecce in lsylrg this much berore the world) among most people to eearcb In the depths or atything they dou't like, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 March 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, MAUCH 8, 1876. PROCEEDINGS OF THE HOUSE. BELKN.PS CASE. THE BIGOEST DAT'tV'WOBK OF THE SESSION REf.OLUIIO9 XR THE IMPEACHMENT OF BKLKSAP OFFERED A LENGTHY DEBATE ON PÄ IMPEACH ABILITY THE RESOLUTION ADOPTED WITHOUT DISSENT. At tbe cloof Mr. Wood' fpeecü, and without f(twn on the bill, tbe committee rot.p, and Mr. Clyiner, of Pa., presented a resolution ot impeachment against Wm. W. Belirap, Ifta secretary cl wsr, for bieb. trlmes acd misdemeanors in cfn In tbe midst of preat exciteraett and lth tinasual stillocai in tbe House, Mr. Clyrapr rose andsa'.d: I ak permisBlon oi th House to make a report from the committee on expenditure s in tbe war department cf bo grave importance mat i am quite certain that when it is hf ard this. House will azree that I am fntt tied in asking that permission a tlm time. Permission was given and Mr. Clym6r, taking bis position at tbe c.erk s disk, READ THE FOLLOWISO RKrORT: Toe committ.e loand at tbe very threshold...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 March 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MARCH 8 1876 THE INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL We doblre to place In the hands of every democrat in the state tte WEEKLY STATE SENTINEL. It Is a lar;s eight page paper, complete In all 'is departments, and second to no paper In the late. Its circulation is rapidly Increasing, and la Vzr than ever before. Tülau the Centennial jemr, the Presidential year, the year of the na tion's re-Jolcing, and every democrat should leop potted In all the affairs of the government and country. The Sentinel will contain fall market reports, agricultural news, miscellany, and fall and complete political Information. It will be thoroughly democratic, and as the democratic party Lion tne high road to suocess, we want very democrat In the stata to rejoice with u. In oar Seal triurnpä. Let the democracy then assut us la the circulation of the Sentinel, In conne6tlon with the local papers. Every democrat should have at least two papers, his oounty paper and a paper lrom the ca...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 March 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, MAECH 8, 1876. will be dh1 in retting up affairs at Cincinnati in Ja vor of Morton at the Republican national convention, to meet there June 17. To this demand, Major Gordon and J. D. TJjwlad, tue clerk cf the United StUs D'strict Court, cava a painted and prompt denial. They regarded the demand &s a t-pte'es of blackmail' Ing bribery, to which tbey could nöt and would n-y ba a ptity. Tal baying in advance tb9 chacco cf an ofi:e did net differ much .'rjrn the dickering of Harsh with Bdlkn?p, in the opinion ot these gentleinsr, aad .Major Gordor, by letter to the chairman, explicitly absolved himself from all complicity with the mat ter, to the point cf tendering to tLe chalr man his resignation of his p!ace on the ticket, rather than be guilty of being a party to any suca ne.'arlous proceedings. To what inlaaiy can the leaden of tbe Republican party res irt and still have a following. Will tbe bone3t c!t'.z?ns of Indiana 8Q3ta: a a p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 March 1876

T.HE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MiV.ECH 8, 1876 6 BELKNAP'S RUIN. THE STORY OF SHAME. CORRUPTION IN THE CABINET The Testimony of Caleb P. Marsh Before a Committee'Of the HotiöeTJpon Which the Secretary of War has been Impeached. . SEIZING A POST-TRADERSHll. TEE r.EPORT OF THR COMMITTER OS EX .PEKDITCBES IS THE WAR DEPARTMENT BEAD IS THE HODK YEäTERDAY AFTKRKOOJC BY IIB CHAIRMAN. .Washington, March 2 Mr. Clyrner, after submlt.lng tte unanimous report ol tbe committee to the Ilouse to-day, read the following testimony and accoin panlments: Tuesday, Feb. 20, 187G. The committee nut at 10:30 A. m. Pres ent Mess. Clymer, Blackburn and R")bblne. Caleb P. Marsh, one of the witcesses ordefd to be enrpesadd by tee committee being presenf, was d my sworn according to law. He was questioned by the cha'rma. Wber do you relie? Ireaide at No. 30 West Fiftv-aeventh street, New Ycrk. Hare resided in rsew ork bout eight yeaip. Q Were you not- appoiiit.'d or tendered an appointment as pofet-tra...

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

1 .THE INDIANA -STATE . SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1876. VKor the Sentinel. E053 OF TIIE FARM. BT C. r. ALBtKT. M'llh bands all b!ltered and torn, With face all sunburnt and tanned, A larmer'clad in time-worn gaib Came forth to till the land, .Flow! sow! reap! Ia weather both co!J a:d warm, And still with a voice so hollo x and de?p He sang the ' Song cf the Farm." "Toll! toll! toll! "When the day Is dawning afar, And toll! toil! toll! Uy the glimmering evenlDg star! But work is the source of life To the rich, who gr sd what I earn, And they never guess that It takes a sirlfe ' An honest penny to turn. "Toll! toll! toll! Though the fingers are tired and sore; Toil! toil! toil! Till the hard day 'a work Is o'er! Sowing and turning the soil, Flowing and sowing the seed. Till wearied with ceaseless toil I take rest that I so much need. wO merchants and men of case, O men of honor and wealth ! Your strength brings me to disease. Your vigor destroys my health. Plow! sow! rapl In the s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 March 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MARCH 8,. 1876 8 i A CARD. Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To tfce Country Eeaders : XTe respectfully ask your Immediate attention to thebestceleeted stock of Dry Goods, notions and LMl'inery ever brought to this city. By Giving our individual attention to buying in New York, we havo secured a line of Sitte?. Black Goods Dress Goods. Domestics, Woolens, Flannefe, Shawls, Table Linens. Blankdts, Comforts, Notions and Millinery at such rates and on suchtarmsas enables us to offer the lowest prices known sinoe 1862, Our prices are alike to all. and Grangers as wel as othsrs will find t no other house mcre attractive goods or lower prices. Hi. S. AY"RES &c CO., TKADK PALiACK. FINANCE AND BUSINESS. WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW. TunMT KvaSTHO. March 7, 1878. 'The money market la the Etwt darin the -past week has been very active and thecurxency.no doubt, 1 gradually finding its way from the money centers to the country again. The local market la as yet ese, ...

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