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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 March 1876

MUM. SUPPLEMENT. FINANCES. TUB QUESTION OF THE DAY. DISOU.SED IN DETAIL. Pull Text of Mr. Landers's Speech in Congress on the Financial Issues of the Times A SEARCHING REVIEW. THB HISTORY OF PAPER HON KT TBACID THROUGH T1MK ISO THAT KIND OF CURRENCY CONTRASTED WITH COIN IHK CUKBKNCT OF IHK COUNTRY. From the Congressional Kecord. Mr. Chairman, la view of the pro trat condition ol ihe wealth-producing Industries ot the country, the pecuniary rain of bo great a Proportion of our business men, and the threatened pecuniary ruin of thousands more. It la the paramount doty of congress to investigate the cause that has produced so disastrous and distressing a condition of affairs. In order that we may apply a proper remedy. In entering upon this investigation, i am lully aware ol the cause that divides the people and their representatives into parties on this momentous subject. Were it not tor this cause of division, a remedy tor the evils that afflict the business commuuly could easily be ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 March 1876

notes and refuse to take them for all debt doe us attnelr face value on presentation, e have dishonored onr natter and thereby de predated It, and lost our credit and standing in the business community ana accea witu bad faith toward the nubile. The same rale applicable to business men equally applls to conducting the business oia great tovern-ment-No man or government can make their credit srood or maintain a aood standing in business circle It they deliberately dishonor their own paper; consequently, If It 1 desirable to maintain the Rood faith of this governmenr, and to make its silver coin and paper money par or equal to sold coin, th must be honored bv the government, by m' v. (ng lb em legs 1 tenders for all dues to ite maker of them, as well as to indltldu. for pri vat debts. The advocates or contraction to perpetuate a uselewa system of bank currency, and keep money and currency (ont of the hands of the people, may by such a system starve laborers ana drive business men to r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 March 1876

f mm im mm TOIXXVNO. 31. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MARCH 15 1876 WHOLE NUMBER 1843 1 i m CONGRESSIONAL Rl'MMlKY. TUESDAY, MABCH 7. SwATB-Tbe session wu largely devoted to a blU providing for tbe appointment of a commissioner, at a a!ary of tiJto, to gather Information la regard to the habits of the grasshopper and other Injurious inject. After a lengthy debate it wu amended so as to proTide thatlhe investigation should oe made by the commissioner of agriculture, rhe bill was then passed. The frlnctbac question came up, and Senator Uhristiancy, republican, of Michigan, urged that the claimant had no prima facie case, and that Kellogg was not the rightful governor of Louisiana, lie waa answered by Senators Howe and Morton, bat the.latler acknowledtd that the board, which counted in Kellogg, and the legislature had no returns before it. The Democrats wished to come to a vote on the question, but were not so permitted. HooE-Nearly the whole session was confsmed in a discussion of a questi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 March 1876

2 FLORIDA FUAUDS. BABCOqETS B-AIiAIBQANZ A. The .President's Pet: Dispensing - Sinecures to Southern ; . Carpet Baggers. ' TROPICAL PLUNDER. ' 'DONALD'S HELLKWVrLLK BUBBLE- HOW XT "WAS DrVXLOPBD UKDKR SUN ST OFFICIAL BKILKS AS ISVKSTIOATlOIf IN ORDERSeveral day a ago the Sentinel contained ie shadow, the ghcsi as It were, of ceitiln crooked facta in the offlcial caresr of Babcock, the president' pet. At that time it was impoesible to secure the desired responsible name for the story, or to air . -more , than the vaguest out line of . the charge. But tno good work has ' gine on hour by hour. The citadel ba been besieped and bas finallv surrendered to repeated attack?, and now the panorama with all i:a tropic attraction of landscape od back ground ot eorrap.lon Is at the service of our reader. To begin with, then, the worst animal the most ferocious and the barde-st to deal with, is rbe carpat-bagger. ITe infests the Southern fields irom Texas to Florida, and always can be found with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 March 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MAEOH 15r 1876 THE STATE AT LARGE. A Carroll county Irl, who is a black smith's daughter, often shoes horses whenever bet father la otherwise engaged. The board oi directors of the Indianapolis, Delphi & Chicago railroad will bold a meeting at Delphi on the 9th Inst , ti take steps to insure me speedy building of their road. Oa last Tuesday a man by the name of August Huddle went Into Jackson & Co.' mine at Knfgbtsvii:, and while there the roof above him fell, Durjing mm oeneatn an immense weight, and probably injuring him fatally. Nearly all the county pipers contain long lists of school lands which are advertised to be sold because of default in the payment uf interest by the borrowers. In many cases lenient county auditors have failed to collect aoy interest on some of the loans lor fifteen oz twenty yean. A flend nimed Turpln, whe Uyes south of Lebanon a few mile?, oae day last week, whipped his wlie tertlbly severe, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 March 1876

THE INDIANA-STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 187G. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15. Alaska seals always tako to water when toey M a Moody ehli t.' - - Diamonds in the rough are appreciating in the Washington market. ; Belkcap dldu'. hold the right Bower when called to ihow his hand. "Woodinar, spare that tree" la what Rowland once aald to a, county candidate. . 1, X 1 J -I Washington alamood are losing their luster in the eyes cf the honest men and "Women of America. n-. J - . The stupidity ot the Journal may be accounted tor by the fact that it has taken an overdose of O. P. M. Will the Journal charge that CaL Darnell was a Democrat when he was in the wood hauling business. It Is now suggested that Kellogg will appoint Pinchback senator, the legislature of Louisiana baying adjourned. HBHHHaaBj M The Journal says "the Republican pirty U imply able to deal with itsown thieves." It has been kept pretty busy lately. It seems that Dana, the new min!st?r to Eog'.auil, la a relative ci the preside...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 March 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MAKCH 15, 1876 Ü m , Mnft - 1.11 I ' - aw. contradiction of tLe rumor on which 1 they feasted the preceding one, but tbe correction Is tame cd soon forgottsn. while 'the charge having been embellished with sensational touches of ths pio, cliugs t itbe mlud a a talng to be remembered. , Probably tue meat unfunded, as well as infamous rumor that has been put- afloat for .tnany a day. was the one telegraphed it oin Washington a few day ago, reflecting on the integrliy of Gov. Hendricks and Gen. Liove, in connection with some Gatllnggun cantract. Immediately on tbe first anpearance of the rumor. Gen. 'Lot telegraphed Speaker Kerr, demanding to be called before the committee, and at the same time wrote Senator McDonald to the same efiect. lie bai reseired from Mr. McDonald the following answer: Washikotom City, March 10, 137. General John Love: DkakHib Your favor of the 7th Inst, has been received. On the receipt of your dispatch Mr. Kerr, made inquir...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 March 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, MAUCH 15, 1876. TERRIBLE TRAGEDY. THE MIDDLEBURY MURDER. An Interview With the Only Eye Witness of the Awful Affray. REVOLVER VS. SHOTGUN. TBI FLIGHT A9D PURSUIT OF TOM WATTS STRA50S COSDCCT OF A CO8 TABUS. The Terrs Hants Evening GZ9tte gives graphic account ot the Middlebury unorder: A Gaz9tteer boarded the outward bound train on the C. A T. IT. railroad yesterday morning, and, after a tedious ride of twenty-live miles by rail, and one and onr-balf miles by hack, over the roughest road which it were possible to imagine, arrived In the little village of Mlddlebury, the scene of the terrible tragedy which occurred last Friday night. The Watts brother, George and Tboma, were of the next prosperous store In Mlddlebury. They bad been engaged In business about two years, and were looked upon a rising and prosperous business men. They enjoyed a large patronage, and their credit was stronger than that ot any three houses in the village. Both were unma...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 March 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MAKCH 15 1876 l Kor the ntlnel. WILLOW WHISTLE. HY LIK O. BARKIS. Twaa long ao tl bat a dream En woven, lik a silver thread In emerald velvet, wonnd the stream Down through the daisy-flowered mead, Where flam Ids dandelions crew, And shone like gold amid the green. And violet from dell of dew Looked ah) ly oat upon the soene. A be ot boy and tan-browned lass Bat making whittle by the brook ; Th e w lllows. at the nodding gram. Their aaollt tresses gaily shooa, , And through the ruebea amoroos ranks The wooing wind of summer sighed, And white-robed hawthorns on the banks Embraced above the silvery Ude. Kot purer flowers from Helicon, The fabled fount of Hlppocrene, Than this fair streamlet, singing en Between its bands of gold and green. The harp of Orpheus never filled The listening nymphs with sweeter Joy, Than from the willow whistle thrilled Along the pulse of' mal J and boy. And thus flew by the light-winged hours ; Then on the stream, In ch...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 March 1876

THP-ITqrAyATSTATEn5'EyTiyEL. yEI)NESPAY-.MA10H-16-187G-- A CAR V' Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Headers : We respeotfully ask your Imme Hate attention to the best ei.ntaH ttnelf of Drv Goods, No tions and Millinery ever brought .v.c? Rv nlvina our iuujvidua! attention to buying in MwVnrV.we have secured a n. r 5w? Black Goods Dress nomestias. woolens. Flannels, Shawls, Table Linens. Blankets. Comforts, Notions and h rates and on such terms as enables ua to offer the lowest prices Known loan nnr nriftftaare alllce to an. and Grangers as weh as oto-rs ...in t no other house more attractive goods or lower prices. JL, S. AYBES 5c CO., TRADE FALACK. FINANCE AND BUSINESS. WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW. Tuesday evwiso, March 14, 187. The money market continue In pretty rouoh tb lame condition as last week. There 1 some competition between the brokers In making loans, bat the demand U not at all extremely large on account of the expeuseone in procuring them. .... .r.T,f hr railway hM fallen o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 March 1876

rrG vff o INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MA TECH 22. 18T6. VOL. XXV HO. 32. WHOLE NUMBER 1,844 fc. (J i J 7 I I I V I A. 4 COX CKIB8IQ5AL BFMJIABT. TUISDAT, MARCH 14. Senate. The bill to reduce the president' salary to 123.000 arter March 4, 1877, Trat taken up, and, without further debate than a speech by 'ienator Sargent against It, -was passed by a vote.of 20 to SO. No other business was transacted aside from the presentation of memorials respestlng the Fenian Condon and the bounty bill and the Indefinitely postponement of a Senat bill permitting national banks to be organized In towns Irrespective of population. House. There was a long discussion upon the wretched ventilation of the chamber, and It was stated that thirteen members were detained by illness caused by the foul air. The committee on public buildings was directed to mend matters. There was a squabble between the committee on military matters nd that on Indian affairs ai to which should report the bill transferring the India...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 March 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY; ÄIAEOH 22, 1876. THE FALL OF ATLANTA.. The City again Surrenders to the -r rrtt Northern Hosts. - - IIB.! &hsri C-ulUTlw BUSINESS JJEN.riLL THE DREaCII. THK KIND OF KICBPTION THAT CUR TKiDXRS ASD OTHER BKMiSETA11VK BUf"HK8S MEN OF THE COCMBY MET WITH IN ATLANTA. The Atlanta correspondent of the Chicago Times gives this graphic account oi the reception the Northern business men mtt -with there: The tflorta of the people of Atlanta and the commonwealth of Georgia to Improve tbe fraternal and commercial relatiocs batween the aouta and North west, by brlnglnz together the people of bcth section?, la meeting with a success beyond what was anticipated by the moat sanguine. Atlanta, at this mr.uuact, It seemingly aa much of a Northern city aa Chicago Itself. Every st.t'on in . the Northwest, and no Jess tban .60 of its principal cities and towns are already represented here, and the burden oi the lelejiripL wires ia, still they come. Nes rl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 March 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MARCH 22, . 1876 THE STATU AT LARGE. Fort "Wayne la to hare water works and ft medical college. . Tbe IfjetW Courier ha "reading matter on every page." A new lodge of Good Templars has been organized in Bloomiogton. Work on a new opera noes In Laporte will begin as soon as the weather will permit. ' The weekly Palladium, of Richmond, commence s the forty-slstn year of Its existence this week. A boy earned Sanders was killed near Sandlord station day before yesterday by the Jailing of tree A bnrglar entered an Evansville saloon, Monday niht, and carried off f 125 worth of Jewelry, clothing, butner and ham. A white oak was recently cut down In Noble county which measured seven Jeet In diameter a lew feet from the ground. Jennings county commissioners paid ?75 for fox scalps captured during, the past three months. One old trapper marched up with seven and a bill for ?17 50. Father Castor, a Catholic priest, was arrested on last VTednesday, charged w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 March 1876

THE:INDIANA STÄTE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, MABOH '22, 1 1876. 'er O ; f WEDNESDAY, MARCH nAh Hchenck's experience in "K1"" will in the future prevent his betting very liigh on "queens. rr non 1 very anxious tbat some one .t'int the task in earnest of I11VUIU - w - lnaoklng Beecher out. It tatolihlwtlito be swallowed up in anv ordinary Marsn. The Cleveland Leader evidently acquired j ftAr ita founder had carefully gtullel tbe hablis of the crawfish. rirctnnati is williDg to pay six millions ht ueanut trade. The taxpayers will in time, jacnlate. Oh shuckal T: la estimated that it cost seven barIi of cider to purchase the Republican gans In the recent New Hampshire , ttn. I f alitor of the Chicago Times has eviAntlvbad a recent touch of the colic, es he puUlahed a long editorial, entitled "Ab I a Pinn Pain." I Th.se mules are kicking back at Bristow and thev are likely to lame htm so ne take tie track In the radical hurdle race at CinrtnnatU I Madison tounty is the first county in theitatet...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 March 1876

f 4 the iNiii Ana state Sentinel Wednesday Iakch 22;1 i876 J r DEMOCRATIC! Q ATJi. THE COMING CONVENTIONS.'- : PBELIMINART ABRANQsUisaCTS FOB THB DEMOCRATIC BTATB, CONG SESSIONAL, COUSTY AKD CUT CONVBHTIOWS. The Democratic County Convention for the nomination of county officers, u nators and representatives will be held on Saturday, the 6:h day of May next at 10 o'clock a. m., at Washington Hall, in the city of Indianapolis. All voters, without regard to past partj affiliations, opposed to the mismanagement and corruption of the party in power, to sumptuary laws and partiality In the distribution of public offices toward loreign"born citizens, and in favor of a sound system of national economy, for tbe restoration of public confidence and general welfare, sre respectfully invito to participate. Each township, district and wsrd Is entitled to seven delegates la the convention. Carl Habich, Secretary. Indianapolis, March 21, 1876. DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY MEKTINQS. The primary meetings In t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 March 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, MAECH 22, 1876. THE RIO GRANDE ROW. General Gideon J. PUlow on the Texas Border Balds. THE DEVASTATION" OF THE FRON TIER. A CHAHOK Ilf THI BOUNDARY LISK THS osly xrr rcnvK remedt thk opkbaTIONS OF CORTINA AND HIS BA3D. General Gideon J. Pillow, having his pen In hand to aek congresa to indemnify bim for the losa of his moles, concluded that be would also contribute to the New York Herald bla views of the troubles ou the Texas border. Hear him: I have read the editorial article in the Henld of ths 2J instant, the sogaestioos of General Sheridan and the statements and cp'nlons jf wltresses bei re the congressional comniiitf w tb interest, and, iu view of the in.portt.ic of the autject nndtr corslderation, I trust I will be pardoned for oflerirj? wbst I regard the only eolation of ttuxe Texas border troubles. We have the mcst indUpuUble proofs tbatthose robber Yalds have laid waste and depopulated a belt of about aixty miles on the Texas Btrianf th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 March 1876

3 7 For the fwUneL) THE WITHERED FLOWER. BY LKKO. HARRIS. roor wihered Sower that, crumbling, lies In this neglected, summer book, What memories of sunny kies, Of nodding trees and Einging brook, Float In this lingering per fa me That rise from j oar faded bloom, And wafts them backward Uli they seem Like visions of a lotas dream . I found thee In a dew-waahed mead, A queen amid a queenly throng, 8 till wet with tears that flowers shed When night has hashed the thrashes song, That turn to teardrops of delight, When, In the east the day grows bright. And high their radiant Uod appears And stoops to kiss away their tears . Thy leaves were glorious and fair As colors of the rosy dawn ; For artist Flora lingered there To lay her brightest tlntingson, And, dipping sunbeams In the dews. She penciled all thy varied hoes. And gilded all thy petals bright With roseate tints of mornlag light. And one translucent drop of dew Lay on thy crimson leaves at rest, That, In the light reflected throu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 March 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. MAECH 22, 1876. 8 A CARD. Trade Palace, Oct 7. To the Country Headers : " We respectfully ask your Immediate attention to the best selected stock of Dry Goods, Notions and Millinery ever brought tothiscity. By giving our individual attention to buying in New York, -we have secured a , line of Silks, Black Goods Dress Goods. Domestics, Woolens, Flannels, Shavls, 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 welt as othsra will find -t no other house more attractive goods or lower prices. Hi. S. AY-RES &CO., TRADE PALACE. FINANCE AND BUSINESS. WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW. Tu ksd at Evxnijig, March 21, 1876. Business throughout the week has been somewhat irregular, some days being pretty brisk and others Just the reverse. The rain and bal weather which has prevailed for the last few days has done ma...

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

Y17 VOL. XXYNO. 34 INDIANAPOLIS. WEDNESDAY APETL 5. 1876. WHOLE NUMBER 1,846 liitift CONGRESSIONAL. SUMMARY, t TUESDAY, MARCH BISA.-The subject of tb removal of political disabilities Imposed '0j the fourteenth amendment came up, a'jd Senator Edmunds explained the method of dealing with appli cations for amnesty t basing to take np a case out of its tu n or to extend amnesty to any one who ?.'id not apply for It. The new Judiciary bi'l was discussed And lome progress ma. with thedlploraatio appropriation bill, th' Italian embassy, which the House bad struck out, betng restored. "flocsE. Announcement of Ilallett Kll"bonrne'a Indictment waa received, and also a commovtcatlon from the sergeant-at-arms, inqulrtag whether he should surrender him to the marshal of the district. A debate ensued between Messrs. New, Kasson and others as to tbe purpose of Cue law, and tbe sergeant-at-arms was finally Instructed not to surrender the recusal t witness. It was voted torecode fror the portion he...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 April 1876

I HK' INPIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. APELL 5, 1876. ; WEDNESDAY, ; APRIL. 5. Editorial Inklings A eon of the S. F. is sealed to a good po rtion as it were. Long-winded is the verbal extinguisher Or Salt Lake City editors. Pedro, the emjreror ol Brazil, Is en voy CVefor this country. Dom Pedro. ' Mrs. Van Cott has enaicbed filty-six v rands from the buraiDg" at Troy, New .r.. 1 Chicago reporter, Just up from Joliet, ;o has credit at a bar, baa Been a ea serpent. Weeton claims to be a Jiterary man He la undoubtedly the author of many track. American papers a-e one by one setting down on Mrs. Guelph'a imperial aspira tlons. Judging from tie talk Oxford, (Eng land) university mufct turnout many floe cullers. Bilk is tfco name of a Turkish town. It was probably named in. honor of the Buitan. The obitmrles of LTambeltoniap, the famous stallion, excite the envy of several statesmen. Joseph O. Lamb, a Connecticut politi cian, recently committed the sheep'sh act oi euicide. St. Lou '.3 ch...

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