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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 May 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY" MAY 24. 187a 7 THE SHADOW ON THE WALL. My home a tately dwelling is, With lofty arching doom: Thre is carving ou the e-lllng high, And velvet on the floors; A rich and cotlly balldlr g, W here noleles strvan'.s wait, And 'math toe tscutcbtou's glluing None entpr bat the great. Bat a happier heme la tear it, a humble cot- tace moan. And I envy uu sweet mistress the.shalows on the wail. My pictu e are the pride of art, And drawn by cunning bands; Bui the painted figure never move, Nor change .the painted lands; Before the poorest window Moie gorgeous pageants glide, 'Within the lowliest household Mnra liullka trnnni khlda: And I torn from soulless tymbo.s, that crowd my gloomy hall, To watch tue shilling shadows npon the cottage wall. My stately hatband never b:nds To klR m on the Hoe: His heart Is In his Iron sare, Ills thoughts are with his ships; But when the twilight gather. Adown the dusfcy street, , TVie little housewife listens For sounds o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 May 1876

V 8 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MAT 24, 1876. CHEaPFM IN AMERICA. OUR MONTHLY A LITERARY, FA8HION AND FAMILY MAGAZINE ! FÖRTHS PEOPLE. A Pair of Elegant Oil Piclures to every Subscriber. Subscription, with Premium, 73e; without Premium ONLY FIFTY CI NTS A YEAE ! Ixtraordkary Inducements to Agents. 25 Cent Paid fer every Few Subscriber. FIRST PREMIUM: A Lady's Uold Hunting Case Wstcb, costing tlou, to the person sending In the largest list of numts, with the money, during 1876. SEt'OND PREMIUM: A magnificent original Oil Painting, elegantly framed, etc PREMIUMS FOR EVERY EODY. Bend for specimen copies (free) and examine the terms to Agent, etc LS. ARES&CO., Publishers, INDIANAPOLIS. MONEY AND THE MARKETS. Omca or the Indianapolis Sentinel, TUISDAT EVxNISQ, May 23, 1878. The localmoney market for the weekending this evening has ruled quiet, though there has been a fair mercantile demand for money to which the banks have been In a position to respond without delay....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 May 1876

VOL. XXV-NQ. 42. INDIANAPOLIS. WEDNESDAY MAY 31, 187G. WHOLE7 NUMBEK 1354 V EADICAL BASCALITIES. Supre m Court Cribbing. FOURTH OPEN LETTER. 0 THB EDITOR OF TBI INDIANAPOLIS JOURNaL. " Your court apparently cost daring Its term of six years, Irom January 3, 1865, to January 3, 1871, S39.7S4 91. To this must be added the following : From Ute house . . Ä??i Ü? From general land, is ,HJ5 f From gener 1 fund. 1W " i'rom general fond, lä70-- ..... siLllo Total row apparent.....-- l-aYOT 56 "COMPARISONS ARE ODIOUS." The expense ot the preaent courts (In ibe transaction of half as much more bus.iut$) during the time lrom January 3, lS71,fo October 31, 1875, was shown by you to L in excess of the amount shown by tbe books of the auditor of state. As they are somf--what better authority ibanyur reporter, I refer you to the official statement lor details. There Is this diffdrenca developed between the treatment Riven Republican court and a Democratic court by a Republican auditor; that when t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 May 1876

o THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MAY 31. 187a WEDNESDaV, MAY SK .. A full, exhibition of tbe coroner' proceedings in the election riots will be found on the eeventn page of the Sentinel toJ I LI.U TV- VmIIa AAmnlatAltf tflfates, by the record, the lying criticisms of the Journal. .i . tk TAfar.rirth mm ia In Sixth Indiana. page 184. Ana n will remain vuerr, a pw petual record of double-dealing wun a widow, an ugly reminiscence for a public man oiOrta'a pretentions ; bat this case, as dark a shadow as It casta oyer his character, la wholly eclipsed by the newexpesure with which he is greeted in returning home. Henceforth Vencxuela Orth -w 111 be a more proper title than Peter Orth. The Chicago Tribune bristles over the action of the Illinois Republican Convention instructing for Blaine, but seta out the aa'.onlsning fact that Morton iamakiug a tool of "the pertinacious young; man" irom Maine, and that at the proper t'me that IndlTidaal will be disposed of in the Interest of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 May 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, MATT 31, 1876. A COOL BEOEPTIOW. ' There Was Something Dead in the Academy Last Evening, and Buttermilk and Brandy Couldn't Warm It Into Life. THE C0RP3E OF CORRUPTION. TOM BROWN, T1VK FI9HBACK AJD OTHERS ASSISTED AT TBI ORTH WAKB, AUD WILL ACT AS PALL BF.AKEfcS ON IHK CCCAHION OFTHX rCNKBAL. Notwithstanding there wm a very fair audience as? em bled at the Academy of Music last evenirK, there was a conspicuous absence of enthusiasm, and it took a long time to collf ct the crowd with the aid of artillery practice and a bra band. As a gentleman remarked on appealing to the small boys on the ttairway tJ be good, "there was something dead up stairs.' The assembly was cooapoou largely of the curious, for there is a ia-ge element in every COMMUNITY CURIOUS TO 8 EE A NOTORI'.TS MAN. It isn't every day that a congressional claim agent, a widow's friend and a great Xnow-NothiDg, all combined in one, is accessible to all who would behold ucb a spettacle. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 May 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MAT 31, 1876. CAMPAIGN SENTINEL la order to farther circulate the VEEKLY SENTINEL We have concluded to wn it for the Cam patgn at tbe lollowlng low price: From May 1 to November election for 6nc In clot of twenty-Are and over oOc In claM oiome nnnarea 10 one uium . (Postage Iree-) We respectfully ask 11 our subscribers to get us up a club, or pat the paper Into the band of aome active Dtmoertt who will do so. Address, SENTINEL CO. THE VEEKLY SENTINEL TO DEMOCRATS. We tend this number of the Weekly - Sentinel as a specimen to many who are ' not subscribers; we hope all who receive It will interest themselves In getting up clubs. ye ask all oar old subscribers to send O one name each. The State candidates ill soon be in tte field, when the fight - tJiUJ begin in earnest. We shall en deavor to make the Sentinel Interesting throughout the can vats. Below we give terms. Bingle copy 11 50 Five copies - - - - - - -- 1S5 Ten copies or more ----- 1 25 Twt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 May 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, MAY 31. 1370. 5 ttnbodimeLt of civil service reforrr, could be accused of reflecting public duties to superintend the distribution of political spoils, is oinewbat s'.aitilog; u tbl 1 precisely what Mr. Bird te:ls cs o! fcam . B.iwW candidate A horde of unholy Democrats were pocketing the revenues of let ol lucrative poteffice" la the supremely "loyal" and Radical Ute of Massachusetts, and this crying; wrong had to be righted before he could cress the ocean, having teen appointed Minister to England, to his new field ol duty with a clear conscience Of course Mr. Adams did only what any other con gressman about to take leave of his con tituenta would do, nd euch a story told about any other man would only provoke a smile. That it Is regarded more seriously in his cae ia the roult of his misfortuue In having a let of slightly impracticable friends who are dis posed to bau bim as me oniy pure sales man in America, and sre constantly push in his cla...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 May 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MAY 31, 1876. THUS DIFFERED CE. urn In a palace on Golden t qaare, H waddled In lace rieb nd rare; Rocked in a cradle o' gold filigree. Imported expressly from over the Ma. Horn to b petted. Indulged and carewed, Horn tobe always exquUllely droaaed; Heivants In legions to wait her command, And all things about Her Lhe best In the land Horn to be married some sunshiny day High priest, grand old church, and royal display; Bridesmaids all beauties, and a bridegroom bealde With a rent-roll as long as the train or the bride. Who wonld not be bora to a life nach as this? Born and brought up to unvarying bllaat And at last, when death comes, to lie down to rest. To waken In heaven with the fairest and best ? IVrn In a hovel in Rattlebone lane. Wrapped in coarse rag, neither plenty n'.r Clean; . . .u A cradle of straw a carpet of earth, And never a neighbor to welcome her birth. Born to be tossed and tumbled about. Bora to go hungry, 'came mother is out ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 May 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. MAY 3i. 1876 FRUITFUL FIGURES. SUPKEJIE STEALING. RUINOUS RADICAL RULE. Full Description of Grab the Game of AS PLAYED IN COURT. fcTARIUXCi RC8POMSB lO TH1 JOURSAls QUERIES CORRUPTION BURIED I KK- ' PUBLICAN RECORDS BUT BROUGHT TO LIGHT BT TUB DEMOCRATIC EMISI3 ' ARITHMETIC, THEORETICAL AND APPUED THE LABT BEKCd I THJ TOILS OK LOEaZBiL FUD TAL FOB TAXPAYERS. When the last Republican supreme bench mounted the throne In January, 1863, It bad a Cime bat no abiding place, do borne. Judges Ray, Elliott, Giegory and Ftazer composed the court. Compared with the present bench In every particular and compared with itself alter the present buildings had been completed and ocupancy followed in the year 1?&, the old beach wu a very migratory and primitive aflair. That statement no one will attempt to dispute, least of all the practicing atiorne a of huse days, who are best informed on the subject. And It follows natura ly that the expenses whlcn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 May 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. IAY 31. 187(, CHEAPEST'lfrAMERICA. OUR MONTHLY A LITERARY, FASHION FAMILY MAGAZINE ! FOR THE PEOPLE. Ä Pair of Elegant Oil Piclures to very Subscriber. Subscription, with Premium, 7Be; without Premium ONLY PIFTY Cf NTS A YEAE ! Ixtraordinarj Inducements to Agents. 25 Csnts Paid for very Hew Subscriber. FIRST PREMIUM: A Lady's Gold Hunting Case Watch, costing 8100, to the person sendin in the largest list of names, with the money, daring 1876. SECOND PREMIUM : A magni 0 cent original Oil Painting, elegantly framed, etc. PREMIUMS FOR EVERYBODY. Bend for specimen copies (free) and examine the terms to Agents, etc, L:,S. AYRES&CÖ., Publishers, INDIANAPOLIS. MONEY AND THE MARKETS. ' Office or thk Indianapolis Sentinel, Tuesday Evening, May 30, 1876. There have been no developments In local financial affairs during the week ending this evening requiring extended comment. The statement of the six national banks of thla city, as made to the ...

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

i r I r : VOL. XXY-rNO. 43. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY - JUXE 7. 1876. WHOLE NUMBER 1855 THE SAFETY OF THB BTATE. BT THC B.IV. ER. I. 3C. TARBOX. From the OongregaUonallst.1 , The little springs the sparkling rills, . In lonely coverts b'.de; They rna tmoD; the ancient mlW And through me sbalows gltd; There birth is n the wilderness From mountains wl ids they go By many windln pths, to cheer The thirsty land below. Uod guards the 11' tie mountain springs, Nor lets their channels dry: He boveis on Hl cloudy wlnjs From out the stormy sky; He gives the ram and "snow like wool, And foeds this ceaseless flw, . To make tbe lowlands beautiful And waring harvests grow. . The strength that makes a nation great In secret Is suDplled; ' Tbe energies tnat bulM the state In humble virtues bide; From simple homes among the him The pi ltual force flow. The strength tha' conquers earthly Ills And overcomes the loe. And ir these lonely fountains fall And Utile streamlets dry, J$o art or cunnincan avail...

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

o THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. JXTXEJ. 1876 "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7. Godlove S. Orth is ai cool as a cucumber, and not a hot as a lime kiln. The Conkling-Morton bargain and aale transaction received a new Impetus from the action of the Iowa Republican convenGovernor Hendricks lead the race on the home stretch. The Tilden movement has spent its strength. lie was too extensively advert Morton's iriends are deserting him, and if he doesn't sell out promptly he won't be able to realizs even a treasury clerkship upon his influence at Cincinnati. If Morton does not receive the nomination at Cincinnati, he may be consoled by the ante-mortem obituaries that bis Re-'-. publican friend are writing: about him. California ha been claimed lor Tilden, bat the San Francisco Bulletin says the delegation will break after the first ballot, and Hendricks will have a large followIng. ; u Pierrepont dots not go to Ejgland until ' after the Cincinnati Convention. Will the failure of Ca ueron to deliv...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1876. BLOODED BOVINE B REE DEBS IN STATE CONVENTION ASS E 51- . BLED. Air oBOiMzinoK xttectfd fapkks RIAD ASD D1SOC83ED ADJüCRK TO AT TEND THE OAKLAHD BALK. The fifth innaa; convention of the Indidian Association of Sbort-Horn Breeders met in the rooms of the Agricultural Scdetyln the state house yesterday morning at about 10 o'clock. There wa3 fa'r attendance and a lively Uterest manifested, which ahowed iteell In mach brisk Informal discussion among members before the convention was called to order. .Some time after the appointed hour tbe convention was calid to order by Vice PresideLt.Lowder, President Stevenson bein ' ataett, who 'was -clad to see ao many present tut toped to tte more In 'the a Iter noon. Mr. Thrasher suggested that the reading of tbe minutes, as well as of all important papers, he postponed until a larger representation was present, a several trains would bring delegates -early In the afternoon. Secretary Mstihws mo...

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

-4: ; -CAMPAIGN SENTINEL , i in order to farther circulate the VEEKLY SENTINEL We have concluded to wnd It for the Cam palgo at the loJuwlng low price: From May 1 to November election for Ns In clubs of twenty-Ove and over ooc in rinh ofo hundred tooDeaddre . 45o IPosiage lree.) We respectfully ask all onr subscribers to fet us up a elub, or put the paper Into the anda of aome active Democrat who will do so. Address, SENTINEL CO. THE WEEKLY SENTINEL TO DEMOCBATS. We send this number ot the Weekly Sentinel as a specimen to many who are not subscribers; we hope all woo receive it -will interest themselves in get tissg np clubs. 'ttfa ask. all our old subscribers to seed n one name each. The Slate candidate Xrdlaoon be in tbe field, when the fight ?ili; begin in earnest. We shall en deavor to make the) Sentinel interesting throughout the cnvas. Below we give terms. eingla copy - - - -flöo Five copies .-.----155 Ten copies or more - - - 1 25 Twnlv-flve ccuies or more' - - -117 FREE OF P...

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

THE ' INDIANA; STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY JTJJTEj 7, 18TG. cow under the control of your party, is Bteggering undr the weight of burden ome debt. What do you think of the propriety of your Republican United State senator urging upon the attention of Corgress the facility with which some of the bond recently issued could be final y pild off and discharged by calling in the millions of surplus revenue wLlch Andrew Jackson, William Allen and others were at a loss to dispose .of, and for the repayment of which the faith of many state, now entrus'ed tj Democrat , was irrevocably pledged? '. - ' Qrnebil Fcidv j. Indianapolis, Jane 2, 1876. ': ' OPEN LEITER NO. 14, tO THE EDITOR OF THE INDiA3xporj$ ' ' ' JOURNAL. My last communication relative to the treatment cl my lormer companion, Surplus Revenue Fund öy your last Republican auditor of ataie cd treasurer of sta'e during the. two years 1873 and 1874, showed that the amount belonging to that lund, and foicibly held by by ' them, and net pai...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY TUNE 7, 1876. THE 81 LENT CITY. Weary of life and sad at heart. Prom the world's hish way I roamed apart, Through wood and wilderness, far away, Till near the close of the dying da J came to a shadowy river side ; And the walling water was wild and wide W here a biaca-sailed shallop bore me across To the blleni City of Thanalcs. . And the avenues thre were smooth and fair, "Wl!h many av wlld-äowerd plot and square. But never a mortal tooifall beats Three dim arcades and desolate streets; But the yews and cypress moan by night, ! Anil never the dav-dawn brines dtllabt. And the streets untrodden are rank with mos, In the Bilent City of Thanalos. Oh. a slreilar city it Is to see As any that In the world may be! And a strange community bide therein, Unvrxed by the mad world's fret and din ; For they dream no more, or know, for aye. The cares that wither, the hopes that die, Nor touch of sorrow, or pain of lOia, In the client City of lhanatos. , - And...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY JUNE 7. 187a THE BUTTERMILK MAN." BT P. H.BODKIX. Harrah! hurrah for the buttermilk man! With bit horse and his wagon and shining tin can. Uo seirch where yon will, In nature's great plan, There'a none to compare with the buttermilk ' man. He comes In the morn go list to his bell, . Te drnhkards who'rs drinking your souls into hel ! . Exchange your Tile ram for a draught from his can, ' And forever lire, blessing the buttermilk man. . He comes In the eve, when the shades settle down, And wrap in their mantle both people and town. His bell is cow ringing go step to the door, And watch the white stream, for the thirsty ones pour; Now seething and tossing, it foatns la the Pall, And leaps o'er Its edes, like doable stoat -ale: Now comforting, cooling, refreshing within - O, milkman, fill flowing my measure again! Then harrah, harrah! for the buttermilk man! i Harrah, for the cattle that fl 1 op his can! Long life to the maiden who milks on the ' "' ...

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

8 0' THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL 1 WEDNESDAY :JUSE 7, 1876. XHEAPEST JN AMERICA,- OUR MONTHLY A LITERARY, FASHION' -AN I FAMILY MAGAZINE-! FORTHB PEOPLE. A Pair of Elegant Oil' Piclures to every Subscribar.j Subscription, with Premi- ' um, 73c; without Premium" f. ONLY FIFTY OINTS A YEAE I Ixtraordiraij Tnducementa to Agents, j 25 Cents Faid fer every New Subscriber. FIR5! PREMIUM: A Lady's Gold Hun tin? Cae Watch, costing tl'.D, 10 the person sending In the largest list of names, with the money, daring 1876. SECOND PREMIUM: A magnificent original Oil PainUi.g, elegantly framed, eto. , PREMIUMS FOR EVERYEODY. , Bend for snectmen conies (fre) and examine the terms to Agents, etc. LS. AYRES&CO., Publishers; INDIANAPOLIS!. MONEY AND THE MARKETS. OrriCE or the Indianapolis sentinel. Tuesday Evening, Jane 8, 1878. ; Since the date of oar last weekly review of 'Monty and the Markets," nothing of special Importance ha transpired in financial circles The currency currents are flo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 June 1876

VT7 VOL. XXY-KO. 44. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY JTJNE 14. 1870. WHOLE NUMBER 1856 Iii Ml THE VOICE OF THE GRASS. BT SARAH ROBERTS, Her 1 cor-je creeping, creeping everywhere, Ky the aunty roadside, Oa the sunny hillside, Ci'je by the nolny brook, In exery ihidy nook", Icome creeping, creeping everywhere. Here I come creeping, creeping everywhere, All aroatid the open door, Wherer.lt the aged poor; Here where ihe children play, In the bright and merry May, I f jome creeping, creeping every where. Ujtee I ctrae creeping, creeolna every wberv, In the noisy el'y street. My pleasant ttc yoa will meet, Ckeering the sick at heart, TollinK ui busy part Jllentry creeping, creeping everywhere. Allere"! come creeping, creeping everywhere, Yoa can not ee me coming, Nor hear my low, sweet bumming; Andtbagtad morning light, l'ccme creeping, creeping every here. Here I comecreeplnsr, creeping everywhere, More welcome than tbe tlowera In summer' pleasant hoars; The gentie cow Is glad. And tue merry bi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 June 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY JUNE 14, 1876. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14. The Mot to a delegation from this state to Cincinnati will occupy five hotels there, and the Cincinnati Brmow organs are unhappy about it. The Journal ingeniously remarks that if Blaine drops out, the race will be between Morton and Briatow. The strongest candidate In the field can not be beaten by ignori ng him. Brlstow faced the committee at Washington, but it is said that he would not face the bullets and bombshells at Fort Donelson, but was found missing after the first whizzing of the bullets. "General Fund" will be at Cincinnati and make direct appeal to every member of the convection, s affected ol bloody shirt proclivities, concerning his wrongs, wh'le Morton was governor of Indiana. The General has a loud complaint and he will be heard. t The latest suggestion made to revive the business oi the country is a general European war. It the effete monarchies of the old world have the faintest glimmering of a...

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