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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 March 1874

TK"E INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, SEARCH 31, 1874. 2. J. A FRAGMENT.' TOTTIS CABBOLt, VBJXDLX. Who knows, as I know, all the grisf and pain That come from wounded hop and blighted home; A broken temple bullded once again, Zhen shattered from its base to airy dome; A raided waste where erst Its form had lain. And o.k cast oat and ever doomed to roam; AVhn knoT as I know thl. then hapless be lias Been of life the darkest mystery . A clond Is nothlng-lt will pass away; A atorm is nothiby, omlDg now and then. "Who could not b-?ar at times a cheerless day? Who ciuld not bear a storm If knowing, when The same wa past, the sun with genial ray Wou 1 guild the nill and wood and eea again? Vino could not bear it all, and count It naught. If, when 'twera pastel better hour were wrought? Uut when the clouds have settle for all time. And w hea the storm, will never upend lta might. And we can never hope for better clime (What hope of life from cold and pulseless Dlht? . . V. Who would not mi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 March 1874

HETinnaanrTffprE "SENTiNELT7rxrESDAT."iirATiCH"3i7ii87i7 MORAL. SOSO OX MOSEY. - Wealth may co-exist with gout, Buvs the physic, nevertheless. Which you can't be cured without. Money is not mutton ; no, Money 1 not beer or wine; But to lack it Is to owe Grievous bills, or not to dine. , dinner occupies the purse : Happiness is in the mind; Else fts sUte is the reverse,Woe with indigence "Happiness you rarchase throusa ' Money thit you wisely spend ; Money Is the means unto Happiness, and that's the end. Who can keep a conscience clear, Who can have a mind at resi, That of rum lives fear Ever gnawing at the breast . Others' happiness your own Would you render If you could? Tis by money's aid alone You can do your species good. Happiness he may, below, Find, with money who abounds, None els can until they go To the Happy Hunting-Grounds. . .. Money wheu a. ni-n cW-crles, Ten to one his bond is due, Ami that presently be tries Out Of casil u swinuie j uu. Pr.hnen. AT PEA CIS. I. ' - tr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 March 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; TUESDAY; MARCH 3; 1874.::; .1 COXSERVATIOX OF FORCE. J " i. i ' mtulctev ine. tjgj1" "me i 'r'ilr, o h 'm what hi musings meant., wnS th.. w.n bad seen that day, i LSLnSJof ita color or composition, I Ad-Vson I of blm, borne away, And PJiid. - wild and stranse ; On the wines of ameiwi) hiifinrpnv eut -Which, a 'twere in a drea. angers m eiu , dln afrA .ILl.b and then again y DOW DU'.fs cie lumovo - Till ""twilight the musla of these. But when, like a wind from a land o .nknow n, ! That comes and goes with a will of 1U o n. The Rti ai n died out, and lelt, as It died, The throbbing silence untUfied, . : A friend of t he player who. t-. ! In that twilight chamber beside him. cried AVlth a si?b, -Continue!' "Continue what? 1 have not lieen playing," th player reviled, , Butonlr thinking ah, thinking I nay, But rather dreaming all thought away .neÄnd whilst unto thee l'was listening, Just ere thy music lainl'd, ATemlmpresxl ItAelionme. .1 ' ' As clear as a pi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 March 1874

, -.--- -je- ... " " ' 1 "" THE "INDlANi STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY,, MARCH 31v1874. & QPRING OPENING. I 7 t? Oar regular semi-annual openjnj of. - SPRING AND SUMMER STYES In Dresses, Salts. Shawls, Millinery, Ac, Ac, will take place on Thursday, April 2, 1874. EVERTEODT IS VIT ED TO BE FllESENT. X,. S- AYRES Sc CO., Trade Palace. N. B. Should the weather prove unfa vorblc, the opening will be continued the blowing day. A DAMS & HATCH. East Washington street, A new lot of . k . . .- BUCHINGS AND TIES, LTN'EN SETTS, COLLARS AND CUFFS, Jost received in all the newest itj Its. DRESS GOODS & SILKS All the latest importations bought for cash. 100 pieces new spring HP E E; O .A. XT '33 S 1 Beautiful quafity and styles, VERY CUE A.I?. n Frints at ÖG10 cents per yard. Y SPRING STYLES, HUSUM UND GLOVES VERY CHEAP. ADAKS A HATCH. "1TTE offer the above brand of White Lead U W the public with the positive assurance that It la PERFECTLY PURE ; a"For sale by deale...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 April 1874

Jjf (Uli if? IUI i i i air VOL. XXIII-KO. 37. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY, APItlL 7, 1874 WHOLE NUMBER 1,747. UAW III II! flu AI J II 1W GOTHAM GOSSIP. EASTER WEEK IN TUE METROPOLIS. A FAREWELL TO THE CONGREGATIONAL COUNCIL, A BLACK SHEEP THE CLERICAL FOLD SPRINO HATS AND BONNETS AND EASTER NOVELTIES THE PI CKSCOLA COLLECTION THE ANNIVERSARY OF MODERN SPIRITUALISJt A NEW ANECDOTE OF LINCOLN. From a Riilar Correspondent of the Sentinel. New Yoek, April, 1874 Well, the National Congregational council is a thing of the past. By thla time, the vast number f ministers from all parts of the country who met together, and especially talked together every day for a week, have seperated and departed for their several homes. The verdict committee have produced a document which would have done credit to Bunsby, and which, as the Herald justly remarks, may be summed up in these words, addressed to Plymouth church: "You have done nothing which deserves censure, and we hope you wont do it again." My pri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 April 1874

THU INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1874., TUESDAY, APRIL 7. Tbe Hou appropriation committee having tinder consideration the deficiency bill, has heard Attorney General Williams' explanation of the deficiency of :JUO.000 in the department of justice. lie represents this deficiency as being Incurred by the extravagant and unauthorized expenditures of district court officials, which are now tindrlnvstlgation by thellonse committee. That noble eon of the soil, the high tempered Red Cloud, has been talking "KarcaaticaT'to General Smith. lie spoke his fine acorn of the white men and brethern in the purest Sioux, with a liquid enunciation of the rs, which doubtless had full effect upon the general in command. The subject of the red man's plaint is not very definitely stated but it is possible that the benignant watchfulness of the government has failed in supplying needed spring fashions to the down trodden denizen of the forest. Chicago has just started a novel movement, one wi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 April 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINELS TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1874. A TWILIGHT FANTASY. BY VILLI B W. CARPK.1TER. -WhlleHwillght linger. In the purple d ask I loiter down the imooih-tUorn garden waiK Past fragrant beds of mignonette and vVheretlny bads grouped round a P beere prattling low their tender, household talk And lo J-Good night, sweet mother." sighs the Good night t-good night!" the lily murmurs romnrtower to flower lovely laughter flows As In tbe moonlight, tremulous and clear, The old fond greeting falls upon my ear. I wring my hands with awfal Joy and woe And bend my lace dowa to the nodding flowers; These are the voices of the Ion ago Come back again. In nights warm, "tarry To tgreen beauty of these garden bowers. "Good night !-good nlghtl" the dewy blossoms And'S and laughter follow, faint and low ; The lilly bad that on my bosom lie Lake baby tress. In the star-beam glow As the cool winds across them softly blow. Uood night t good night! sweet mother," sighs h a rot? '(.od night, go...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 April 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, AriUL7, 1874. TUESDAY, APRIL 7. New York observe Good Friday as a legal hoKday. and as a consequence, there is no rerort from the stock market or exchange. . Congresshas promised tbe disheartened Sooth Carolinians the justice the president denied. A. hearing will beiven thedelegation bero the judiciary committee, and It is pretty rtain a fall investigation will follow. , Brooklyn begins to feel tbe moral impulse ot the temperance movement. The first sign comes in an order from ihe -street railroad companies forbidding the employment of men in liquor, and tbe dismissal of those who iiher drink or go where drink is sold. In California tbe accumulation of bullion I. creating a surfeit. An article from the Alta California on the market rag this morning, explains the. general stagnation in specie throughout the world. The production on tbe Taciiic coast is reviving and both gold and silver are rapidly increasing oti tbe market. One indepoudeut corresp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 April 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, APIUL 7, 1874. TRUE LOVE-TOKEN'S. BY EMILY E. FOKD. 1 have brought my love fair flowers, 1 wy, freh. an! scented ; Plucked within her favorite bower Oil bv n frequented. Will abe care Thetn to wear On hsr dainty bosom? Will Bh bare Perfume rare Of each love-gift blossom? Yestermorn a suitor came, Wuh a gift mot sn'endid : Walte 1 ou him wealth and fame lie was well attended. But his rt dm Down ehe ninga. For they beavy lade her; Those bright thlags, Made for kings. Will not e'er persuade her. But my love is not afraid Of my tender token; She will hear what ro-tea said, Not In word yet spoken. Finger Up Hold to lip Reddest, whitest roses: in her kiss. Ah, what bliss. For it love discloses! Now I can no longer fear, i-'or I'm sure she loves me; Tell me so, my little dear. And with truth approve me. Blushing ml. Low she said: Kosen' souls pervade me; Soft they woo Me to you, And with kWs upbraid me. Innocent eyes and blushing cheek Her dear secret t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 April 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1874. 6 TjOVEH KEXOLUTION. L C PRINPLE. Atnt one niht only one little nlfcht ! And yet to me It eems Ilk year and day. t .1. j mind it nhn hi went from ' K r t , ' nt no: how still! Ihe sunshine blithely But I am not content nor peaceful nere. t-. I. tki oVa.1 whore Hhe was won't to git. Clone drawn beside cur cheerful hometide fire, And band tn hand we watched the shadow- tilt; Then -he would press my band and draw up Wiwfnia'tear? Pshaw! 'tis but for oue night. Only one Diktat! 1 ssy It o'er aud o'er. To if assure, as twtre, my querulous heart. 1 oe the clock say. "Only twenty mors short hoars" to add to those with n apart. I ll sell that clock so dreadful slow! t .t.n fhai.'mk?()h.iio! I take that back. Wuv. -he has wound that clock her little elf . . . LI l W.l a WAlr Har.y ana many a unir. .-u- unu vmv . r Rettin nie to lift her to the Hhelf; She couldn't reach it, near my Utile girl. I'd not have let her go if I had known one-naif ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 April 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1874. DER CIIAROK OK DEK RUM OHUHAPE. . ITOKOKOIHOKT. Af er Teunyson. I. Haf a l'yk, haf a block, liaf a block on vard, Into der beer-saloon Vntder tree hundred. OaTUd der rum (rruade! - io vor der beer S" der std ; Klgtid vor dr Inger k gs Veut Uer tree hundred. Forvanl derium rrusade!" Vaa any von avraid ? Vat vouldn'i Joinder raid Ofder tre uundred? "Jo von der bretxel gwlc ! Aider lnncb gounter quywk! Und dr brobrietor lick ! Uen in der be-r-aIoon Veat dsr tree hundred, in. lteutacnmen la vront ov dem. Deutschmec at rtihd ov dem, lieulschmen at lefd ov dem, Hb wore load und thonrter a. Und each man took Ml"i l'nd der bow vhtatled ur His bUck-and-shkyoodle rnP. Jost vor to nchare avay All der tree nundred. IV. lien der lrls made a shtard, Hut der men ould n t parU, Mhtood like der "Mulligan guard Against der tree hundred. Hud dey gate up der nuhd. Und at der break ov nlnd It vat a vunny Micbd, Vor In dr be- r -saloon Khtood der tree h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 April 1874

8 If E W GOODS Onr stock of Dry G:ods, Millinery and Notions for spring and summer is now rry iuw jvyrea in person, wuo reinmus m i-ow entire season and buys only when the good tl.o rltrht b-ln'l anrl nualitV. And the DrlCeS .. i - i ... ...., ...uh An nhlttin Trtt'.rrn luv vri y w jp inn . . . " - - - - - eis and mtcbantcs we can off?r Uio let gooda l.tnomorlrolDl lir!na K IflW iLA ftllV (lOUSC lO the west, and thai very few houses can dupli- nd Mr the are are L S. AYRES k CO., Trade Palaco. Indianapolis F YOU WANT TO SEE TIIE BEST SrXF.CTION OF DRY GOODS IN THE CI rV, CALL OX J.jDJ1xL& &c HATCH, C6 East Tf asJainjton street. T-ir stock Is nice. new. and attractive. You liinir in tha I)rv ;ooN Una. from a cheap calico to the finest silk. We have no besitaucy la saylDg our Cloak and Shawl Kooin lias me EE ST SELECTION of goods in this line ever offered, fall and ex amine' 66 East Washington Street. lfklE IXXTAIK LINIMENTS JL Allay pains, sulxlue swellings, he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 April 1874

yf? J: V VOL. XXIII-KO. 38. THE REFORM CONVENTION RESPONSES TO THE CALL. Tili: FARMER1 AROUSING. READING t RANGERS AND FORMER PA KTtSANS SIGNIN TUK CALL AND FALLING IWOLINK. Greenfield, Ind., April 10.-TT circufr tho larmer's call, arrived a few tours after the Sentinel's announcement of ethe great movement, and I send yoa the re sult of the first circulation, names signed will be recognized The as tbose ot the most trusted men in the county. James Comstock, the leadic name, is the superintendent of the State Grange, and a tower of strength among the farmers. I send this in time for to-morrow's issue, and Trillsend lists of a thousand names from from this county if you can find room to publish them. THE CALL. To Hit County aiul District Votm: In response to the demand of the people for a reform in the conduct of public affaire, and the purification of local, state and national politics, the undersigned, Independent voters, Invite and exhort the people, irrespective of party , to com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 April 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1874. , TUESDAY, AF1UL H. Su&an Virginia B3ntoa Boilleau died iu P'ri An the 8th of March. She was the youngest daughter of Senator Thomas II. Benton, and was in many ways a remark able woman. In 1S55, she was married to n.irnn Roilleau. then secretary of the French legation at Washington. Her bus band was successively appointed to many diplomatic positions, and she invariably accompanied him, even a several years' residence at Calcutta, where ehe is sup posrd to have permanently Injured her health. Finally, the Baron became involved in General Fremont's Memphis and El Paso railroad project and through its failure he was compelled to repair to Paris for a trial, whoro he was immediately sentenced to three years' imprisonment. Iiis wife made heroic efforts to prove his innocence of any intentional fraud, but she finally sucenmbed to ber repeated failures, and lost her life in the faithful effort to save her husband from an un...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 April 1874

j " I . THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, APRIL: 14, 1874" 3 r ' ' ' . AT PEACE. IT (jreen tree, and quiet fields, and snnet light, With holy silence, save rippling leave. And bird that twltterof the coram; night. Calling their mates, beneath my cottaaeeavesThene fate hath granted Tor a little space, To be companions of my pilgrimatie. Tilling my grateful heart with nature s sraee. J. Xot unremembered here the garish stage. Nor the wild cltya uproar, nor the race For eain and power in which we all engage, But here remembered dimly. In a dream. Ah something fretful that hath ceased to 1 retire, vr her time lapses like a p;nile stream. Hid in tho woodland heart, and I forget To note its music and Its silver gleam. lit. r.nt never, never let me cease to know. O whWpertn woods and daisy-epriukled grass, The beau:y and the peace 'hat , you I bestow, When the wild fevers of ambition pass, And the worn (spirit, lta gloom and grief, sinks on your Worn, and tlere finds relief. mts on J Wil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 April 1874

the Indiana; state sentinel. Tuesday, april m, i874. IUE3D.VY, APRIL 14. Tuoiiiis Bradwell Douglass is a myth, and his purported confession about the mun'er of Mary Seeor la a hr.ax. That is all that need be said on the subject, except to add that the?e facts pre established by a letter from Mr. Charles E. llarrlngtcn, city editor ot tbo Denver News, to J. II. Foster, editor of tbe Vau Wert (Ohio) Bulletin. Mr. liarrington has made careful enquiries of the bishop acd catholic priests in Denver, and is fully convinced that no such man as Douglass baa been there, that no person died and made a confession of any sort, 3 alleged in the cacard. Among the names sigued to the farmers vail rut lished this morning is that of James Comock, the second personage m iu Grange in this state, lie is competent to Jiulgo cttbe sentiments of bis brethren, as it U bis business to vUit every i-ounty council in the btate. His testimony is to the effect tbat fanners aro eager for an opportunity to break t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 April 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINELVTUESDAY..APKIL: li. 1874." , THE MISOOVMHT. et'iU ' un Awin' ('u 6i bnn J " . When firt he snuirht our haunts he wore Kin locks in Hamlet style; , Hi brow with thought was sicklied o er We rarely mw him smile: And e'en when none were looking on, His air was always woe-be zone. He kept, I know, his bosom bare. To imitate Jean rani; Hi almost only topics were .t'jithetics, Kate, and Soul, Although at times, but not or long, He bowed his Intellect to song. He served, he said, a Mose of Tears; I know his verges breathed A fine funereal air of biers And ob'ects cypress-wreathed; Indeed his tried acquaintance fled An ode he named "The sheeted Dead. In these light moods, 1 call to mind. He darkly would allude To some dread sorrow undefined. Some passion unsubdued ; Then break into a ghastly laugh And talk of Keats his epitaph. He railed at Women's faith as cant; We thought him grandest when He named them "Siren-shapes that chant On bleaching bones or Men ;' Alas,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 April 1874

THE "INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1674. 6 TIIEOCEN BURIAL. X, bary me not In Yne deep, deep sea : The words camo faint and mournfully From the pallid lips of a yoath whe lay On his cabin couch at the close of day. He had wanted and pined till over his brow The death shade had slowly passed, and now. Vhen the land of his fond loved home was nigh, "They had gathered around to tee him die. r harr nie not In the deep, deep sea. Where the billowy hh round will weep over me. Where no light will break through the dark, cold wave. And no sunbeam will rest epon my grave. . .... f krAvft - - - 1 f"l I 1 Where the txxly may lie when the heart Is cold ; Yet grant ye, O grant ye, tin ooon uj e; O bury me not in the deep, deep sea. For In fancy I've listened to the well-known The free wi'd winds and. the son?sof the birds: I have thooght of my home, and. my cot, and m W his im r And of scenes that I loved in ray childhood's hour. . . , I had ever hoped to be laid, whee I died, in th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 April 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDA Y, APRIL" 14, 1874. GRANDDAD IN TIIE1NULE. BY ROl'.ERT UCCIIANAS. (CaweU'k MngaziaM I. All on a Virxly night of yule, Wtoer. KUow was falliD whit. aal 11 warm In the nir1l farm Aruuiid the yule-logs bright. Tbe rlrw-lc ticked lo. and the wind did blow. And the snow wai liarei and blown : Aoa w lau.ed and talked, but granddad sat As still a any stone. As still be sat as a rold, tray stone l poll Iba lone sea sand, Iiis min. crey hair as white as foam. Like Ur: fling weeds bia hands. His eye were dead, and dull, ar.'t cold, As th Vllv-rlsh on the rH-lc. Hi ears wfe closed, and his Leart kept time To lb ticking or the clock. Ills cheefci were pale, his Hps were dumb. He sat in the tnl a-low, SUA as i stone on th- lone aea-sana. Thoufh the tide doth come and go; Tlioush the sun may come on Its moist cold side. And niuie a (clisterinsr Kleanj : Thouzh the snow may dash. And the lightn.ng flash. And the startled sea-bird scream. To lat-! too late! he Is ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 April 1874

TA THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1874. 8 BW GOODS Oar stock cf Dry Goods, Millinery arid Notious "tor spring and summer is now very full nd oiuplete. The purchases were made by Mr. Ayre In person, who remains in New York the entire teuton and bays only when the goods are the r'trht kind and quality, and the price are the very lowest thai cash can obtain. To larmand mechanics we can offer the best goods In the market at prices as low as any house in the west, and that very few houses cau duplicate. Come ai-U see for yourself. L S. AYRES & CO., Trade Palace. Indianapolis. $125,000. OHE HUSDRED AND T WEST Y-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLAB&' WOETH OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHS, CASS I M ERF., HOUSE FCP.NISIIIX. LADIES', MISSUS, AND CHILDREN'S SUirS AND -&CTTTNGS, CLOAKS, SHAWLS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, Ac, Ac, -Je., JLt icr prieeejfaan any otber hOHseicfcie State. ADAMS &c HATCH, 6 Eaat VaanlBCto trees. fJIIIE I'OTAiR Ll.MMESTS AlRy r1118 sutiiue sw...

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