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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 June 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY JUNE 14. 187G 3 "AT HO MIL" Ernest Morris, Our Own Natu, raiist, Returns from Ilia Amazonian Expedition Full Of Enthusiasm. ADVENTURES ABROAD. ERSIES' EVKNTFCL IXPERINCK HIS DISCOVERIES ON LAND AND LAKE AN AFFAIR X2VELOPD IN MYSTERY. The agoDy Is over. Alter several false alarms, the juvenile Hoosier naturalist, Ernest Morrif, ha actually arrived, and an expectant public reed co longer burst with unsatisfied curiosity regarding his South American exploits. With characteristic enterprise and with a keen appreciation of news, a Sentinel reporter swooped down upon him yesterday.tbe first day of his rt turn, and Interviewed him, shall we fay? rather was interviewed by him; sat for a solid boar stunned and sabmerged by the avalanche of talk that flowed irom his tireless Urs, and feebly sought with straggling pencil to embalm lor these columns some of the gems of travel, adventure and scientific research therein contained. This youth is A OENUI2K BONAN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 June 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL VEDNESDAY JUNE 14. 187a THE WEEKLY SENTINEL. TO DEMOCRATS. We setd this number oi the Weekly Sentinel as a specimen to many wbo are not subscribers; we hope all who receive it will interest themselves In getting np clubs. vye ask all oar old subscribers to send O cne name each. The State candidates "27 ill soon be In the field, when the fight 1ili; begin in earnest. We shall endeavor to mak3 the Sentinel interestitg throughout the canvass. Below we give terms. Siegle copy ------ Five copies ------ Ten copies or more -Twenty-five copies or more f 1 50 1 35 I 25 1 IT FREE OF POSTAGE. A commission of fifteen per cent, will be allowed cn all clubs sent in. All remittances should be made by ex press or postoffice money order, with the name, town, county and state in full, ard in aplain. bold hand, thereby avoiding all ohancee of m' stakes. Address INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL CO . Indianapolis, Id WEDNESDAY, JUNE li. Morton's Weakness In Indiana. One of the chief argu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 June 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTIJNEL W-KDiNESDAY, JtWE 14. 187& SEEING SINO- SING. Where a Clothing: Plantation Has Been Discovered. STRANGE DISCLOSURES. CONVICTS WITH CITIZKNS' SUITS UNDER THEIR PRISON MK1PES 80MK VKBI J.UKER DI.-CL?fcURES FOR AN INVESTI-JA-JTNO COMMISSION IHE EASE WITH WHTo!H PBIsONKRS ESC A PK. jXbe NVW York Sun of Saturday says: "Messrs. Sii'cliir Tou-iey, of New York City; GeorgC It. Bibcock, of Buffalo; Archibald C. xf"eij, of Sullivan, and Louis D. Pillsbiiry, of Albany, the commissioners appciu it ri by the Legislature to exame ioto toe condition and management of the state prisons, are at work in tbe Slug Sing prioo. Inspectors Crowlfy, Wgfintr, and Clark are also in Sing Siug, ready to asit the commissioneis, and with all tbpae tfficials. looking mound, Waraen Youngs and b:s clerks Samuel S. Whallon and James B. Jackson, Hre constant: v en the jump. The commissioners meet at nine every tnorniDg and continue la ses.-ion ulU! hv- o'clock, with an intermis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 June 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL "WEDNESDAY, JUXE 14.1876. A RHYME OF ONE. Ton sleep upon your mother'! breast, Yonr rarce begun, A welcome, Iofä a wbbed-for guest, Whose age la One. A baby-bov, you wonder why Yon can not ran ; You try to talk bow bard you try I You're only One. &e lone yoo wont be ach a dunce; You'll eat 5 our ban. And fly yon kite, like lolk, who once Were only One. Tonil rhyme, and woo. and flght, and Joke, Perhaps yoaH pan : Bach feats are never done by folk Before they're One. Some day, too, yon may have your Joy, And envy none; Yes, yoa, yourself, may own a boy Who Isn't One. He ll dance, and laogh, and crow, he'll do As von have done; (Yoa crown a bappv home, tno' you Are only One.) "DOG i AT DOG. How the Eadical Ring Bobbers Are Preying upon Each Other. MISTAKE OF MORTON MINIONS. THEY ANTAGONIZED THE TRIENDS OF BLAINE, AND NOW THE HYENA 'WILL NOT MAKE TEBM3 HOW BRISTOW "WORKED THE OLD WAR GOVERNOR. The Washington correspondent of the Chicago Times of j...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 June 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL 'WEDNESDAY. JTJE 14. 1870 7 ) WHAT WE LEARN. BT KMX A U illSTOS, 1o bids a grief behind a smile, To laugh when tv'ry nerve Is wrung, When ev'ry care'ess merry word Wounds deep as tbongb an adder stung; To 6lng a strain olbeedlessjoy, To carol like a happy bird. When acbra the soul with saddest pain. With pin tbat every strata bath stirred; To dance along the path ff life . As tboagh 'twere si ewn with flowers sweet, When ev'ry step relentless thorns Pierce sore toe weary heavy feet. "We learn, we teach Ule's bitter leaven, God grant we may forget In Heaven 1 THE GIBRALTAR OP RACY. DEJIOOCheeringr Report From the Second District. GENERAL. G0S3IP. ' OOMG SESSION AI KNTERIBS COBB, BAKER AND COL. TAYLOR KNOX COUNTY POLIYI5CENM.S ToWN TALK A CLOSE ELECTIONCROPS, ETC. Special Correspondence of the Sentinel. J Vincxnnks, Ind., June 7, 1876. The political cauldron iua not vet commenced to seethe and boil in this section of Indiana. The political situation Is discu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 June 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY JTnE 14, 18TG. 8 CHEAPEST IN AMERICA. OUR MONTHLY A LITSHARY, FASHION -AN1 FAMILY MAGAZIN FÖRTHS PEOPLE. A Pßir of Eleaant Oil Piclures to every Subscriber. Subscription, with Premium, 75c; without Premium CNLY FiFI Y CI NTS A YEAE ! Ixtracrdinary nducemnt& to Ageats. 25 Ctnta Paid for every Jew BuTwcriber. FIRT PREMIUM: ALady'sGold Huntin Case Watch, costing Mit), to Uie person sendin In tbe largen list of iumw, with the money, tarlng SECOXD PREMIUM: A magnificent ordinal Oil 1'alntli.g, elegantly trained, -etc. PREMIUMS FOR EVERYBODY. Bend specimen copies (free) od examine the terms t Amenta, etc. L&AYRES&CO., Publishers, INDIANAPOLIS. MONEY AND THE MARKETS. orrcoE or the Ikbianapolis Sentinel, Tuesday Evening, Jane 13, 1876. 1 be local money market Is steadily working Into a condition of greater ease. Currency is accaraula'Iong In the vaalts of the banks and there Is no difficulty whatever to place strictly ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 June 1876

Sip r VOL. XXV KO. 45. INDIANAPOLIS. WEDNESDAY JUNE 21. 187G. WHOLE NUMBER 185T SHERIFF'S ALE By virtue of a certified copy of a decree to me directed, from the -clerk of the Superior t'oort of Marioa eounty, Indian, in a cause wherein Charles C.Pierson Is plaintiff, and John Oarr et al.are defendants, requiring me to make the sum of twen-ty-seven hundred and ninety-nine dollar and ninety-nine cents, in gold com of the United States, and ach othr Installments, an provided for In said decree, with Interest and oo-l. I will expose at public aale, to the highest bidder, on SATURDAY, the 15' h day ol July, A. D. 1876, between the hours of 10 o'clock a.m. and 4 o'clock r. m. of said day, at the d' or of the courthouse of Marlon county, Indiana, tne Tents and profits for a term not exceeding seven years, of the following real estate, toWlt: Ihe north half of lot number twenty-flv (25), except forty-tight feet eff of tbe east end thereof in out ot one hu-dred and seveoiyiwo (I7i.) in the c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 June 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, JUNE' 21, 1876. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 01. It was cruel in the colored delegates to go back on Morton. Did that one Northern delegate, who voted forMcrton, drink?. Who is entitled to tbe honor of capturing the Northern deleft ? Was that oie Northern delegate cap tured by D'ck Thompson' stories? The Republican rallying cry daring: tbe present canvass will be Hayes and hard money. i For Sale A tattered and torn blDody shirt. For particalars and terms apply to Morton or Blain. Blaine will call for cocktails Instead of crackers when he reads the convention sews this morning:. Will the sole propriotor dehoe tbe "un defined strength of Senator Morton as a presidential candidate" ? What will tbe glee club do with those Morton songs wbich were to be sung in front of tbe Journal office? Now Is the acceoied time for the sole proprietor to call an indignation meeting before his Martlrdale offi. Hayes wad ce.eated tu 1872 by Banning, In one of tbe Cincinnati distr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 June 1876

. XT" ' THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. JUNE 21 1876 DICKSON'S DISASTER. He has to Change ITIa Boarding House. YESTERDAY'S PROCEEDINGS. COHCI.T7SION OF JUDO CXATPOOlS AKO0M KNT RKSIDK.NCK WHAT OOPSTCTUTKS PERJTJBT CHAR3ISO THBJCRT. In the Dickson trial yesterday morning Judge Claypool briefly recapitulated his arguments of the evening before, and then proceeded to a review of the argumenta for defense and the eTldence la the ease. Attending to show that there wis collnaloa to commit a fraud he dwelt particularly on the toct that Mn. Klmber and Puzh aDd bis fanollv were gone and could not Wound. ItlsöoubUe'UJtruethat Pugn discharged Klmber. bot. tb,e facts are, and you an not dubt It, that the discharge was a mere pretense; the quarrel and separation ol Klmber and his wite wa a sbsm. The defense asks you for a verdict on what is proven, tout yon must take all the circumstances and the unfortunate condition of affairs by which Puan and hia wile and his daughters are lost to the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 June 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL . WEDNESDAY TONE 21, 18TG. THE WEEKLY SENTINEL TO DEMO CHATS. We tend this number ol the Weekly Sentinel as a specimen to many who are not subscribers; we hope all who receive It will Interest themselves In getting op club, "tfe ask all oar old subscribers to send D one name each. The State candidates Q7ill soon be In the field, when the fight "jai; begin In earnest. We shall endeavor to make the Sentinel lnterest'rag thron gboat the canvass. Below we give teems. Single eopy ------ 41 SO Five copies - -' I $5 Ten copies or more ----- I 25 Twentr-flve copies or more - - 1 17 rRBS OF POSTAGE. A commission of fifteen per craW wis be allowed on all clubs sent in. All remittances should be r ade toy ex press or posto ff.ee money or der, wit the name, town, county and sta te In fuK, and In aplain, bold hand, therel ry avoiding all chances of m'stakes. Address INDIANAPOLIS SUNTTNEL CO.. Ii "Dt ANAPOLIS, lJ WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21. Tfce Wiest )pun i'l that Morton's cot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 June 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. JUXE 21. law AEPJAL ARGONAUTS. ADVENTURES BY FLOOD AKTJ FIELD. THE BALLOON "WEDDING And Aeronautical Carnival on the Fourth A Squadron of Sky Sloops. PROFESSOR KINNEY'S KINKS, A WD HOW HB HAS CARRIED THEM OUT INTERESTING ADVENTURES OF MESSRS. SHOTTS AMD LIQHT 80HI QKMERAL RB FLECTIONS OS FITIJQ. From the days ol learn, the unsteady, down to tbe time when Darias Greeue aiw and felt ai once his hopeless down fall, there has been a mysterious fascination l.i tbe ides ot flying in tbe sir Birds can do It easily enough tod snail man. proud man, gifted with brains tboogh devoid of feathers, yield to bis brother bipeds? Tbe partial answer comes in a long series of unavailing fffirta, finally crowned by tbe immortal discovery jt the Brothers Montgolfier. When - and how will come the lull and complete lruition of our dreams ot aerial transit ii od of those things tbat no fellow can . find out. Perhaps it will be by utilizing trie resistlts power of the t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 June 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY JUNE 21, 187G. A HOLIDAY. From Fraaer's Magazine Out of the tils. away With Bpring to-day! Where copses tofted with primrose Give me repose Wood sorrel and wild violet tooth ray isoul'i fret ; The pur, deJlctou, vernal air Blown away caie; Tbe birds' relierated book ' Heat fended wrougs. Down the rejoicing brook my grief Drifts like a leaf, And on Its gentle murmuring flow Cares glide and go; The bud-besprinkled boughs and hedges. The sprout ng sedges, Waving beside the water'- brink, Come iik- cool drink To f evet 'd lips, like fresh BOft mead To klne that feed. Mach happier fan the klne, I bed My dreaming bead In grabs; 1 see mr mountains blue, Like beaveu in view. Green world ami sunny Bky above. Alive with love; All, all, however, c- me they there, Divinely fair. Is this the better oracle, Or what stree's tell? 0. base confusion, xhehood, strife, Man pats in lif t Sink, thou life r eusurer! I can aay "I've lvedaday;" And memory holds it now i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 June 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY JUNE 21. 187a EDUCATIONAL ECHOES. Letters from Bloomington DoBcriptive of the Commencement Exercises. THE STATE UNIVERSITY. CXOSIIVO OF 1EI KXKBCISKS THE K'SAYS AUD ORATIO OIVINQ THK DIPIX)JAS COIfFKRRISQ DEGREES. (Special Correspondence of the SentlneL Bloomisotow, I5D., Jan 15. In addition to the report seat yesterday of the graduating exercises ot tbe senior class, a brief notice of the performances of the afternoon may not be wholly uninteresting. "The Commanding Element of Character," by E. A. Shields, of Mount Carmel, was the opening performance of the afternoon, and was a very snooothlv and carefully prepared oration. "What Woman Can Do," an oritlon delivered by Mies Lina Adams, ot Bloomington, is deserving of especial mention. Alisa Adams baa been in college for five years, having taken the classical course, and this production, clearly and fully treated, stripped ot all attempts at word painting, was one of the best among the exercises o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 June 1876

8 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1876. CHEAPtST IN AMERICA. OUR MONTHLY A LIT3RARY, FASHION FAMILY MAGAZINE ! FÖRTHS PEOPLE. A Pair of Elegant Oil Piclures to very Subscriber. Suöf cription. with Premium, 73c; without Premium ONLY FIFTY CINTS A YEAR ! Ixtraordinarj Inducements to Agents." 25 Ctnis Paid for every Sew Subscriber. FIRT PREMIUM: A Lady's Gold Hunting Case Watcb, costing flow, to the person sending in tbe largest lis; of Dames, with the money, daring 1876. SECOND PREMIUM: A magnificent original Oil Painting, elegantly framed, etc PREMIUMS FOR EVERYBODY. Bend for specimen copies (free) and examine the terms to Agents, etc L.S. AY RES dTcb., Publishers, INDIANAPOLIS. MONEY AND THE MARKETS. O rrics or the Indianapolis Skntinkl, Tuesday Evknino, Jane 20, 1878. The local money market Is working closer than for some time past, with a more active mercantile demand. In addition to this considerable amounts are required for moving grain and hogs in which, Just now...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 June 1876

Iff S VOL. XXV NO. 46. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY JUNE 28, 1876. WHOLE NUMBER 1858 II III I ss LIFE FOR LIFE. THE LAW'S REQUIREMENTS. AN ILLINOIS HANGING. One Johnson Shot His Step-son, and the Sheriff Shot Him Through the Gallows Platform at Paris Yesterday. THE CRIME AND THE CONDEMNED. IHK MURDER OF A STEP-SON AND THE LAWS STERN DEMAND THE CONVERSION OF THE CRIMINAL AND BAPTISM IN CHAINS HIS LABT NIGHT AND FINAL FAREWELL TO Hid FAMILY. Special Correspondence of the Sentinel .1 Paris, III., Jane 23. Is was on the sight of December 17, 1875, that Jacob Redmon, a etep-son ot Harry Johnson of this city, was seated by the fire in a little, old, dilapidated building. In the south part of the city, after the termination oi his day's labor as a teamster. Soon the door opened and Johnson came io, bis face red with the cold and with bad whisky, and In a husky voice ordered his stsp-sontogo And get some wood. This the boy refused to do until be ooald get himself warmed. Johnson drew his revolve...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 June 1876

9 2 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL 'WEDNESDAY JUNE 28, 1876. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8. A Chapter or History. It is with sentiments of deep sorrow that we notice signs of trouble in the Reputll can camp. The favorite son having been snowed under, his horde of followers are looking about tor a scape-goat; upon whom to ca&t the odium of the defeat. By com "mon consent they have selected Capt. Frledley, chairman ol the Republican Central Committee, as the one upon whom the reeponsibilltyvougat to ret for the failure of the war governor to get the Cincinnati nomination. Mr. Freidley, to the astonishment of the horde, objects to holding the responsibility, and to clear his own skiits will have to let out tbe true inwardness of tbe campaign. To save him trouble in this direction we propose to give tbe public some of the inside workings of the great Republican party ot Indian. To go back to the beginning. Morton's clique elected Frledley cbairmam of the central committee as the leaser ol t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 June 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. JUNE 28. 1876 EOSE MICHEL'S MISEBY. Hiss Eytinge Driven to Despair by by -A. Dead Beat Husband, Seeks A Suicide's Grave. A BRILLIANT LIFE BLIGHTED. ben. bctlvb's kephbw thb bsast or IHK yAMILT HOW HE HOUNDED HIS WIFE TO THE VERQE OF THB GRAVE. The Sentinel has already attended to the poisoning of M18B Rose Eytlng at Milwaukee. All who heaid ber here In Rose Michel will be Interested In th following Irom the New York San In throwing arme light upon the au Di' et: The poisoning ot Rose Eytinge on Wednesday last In the Newball Bouse, Milwaukee, is the upper most topic among theater people. She was dying when discovered by ber cousin, Mrs. JuIId. At the bedaide was an empty threeonnce phial marked laudanum. The stomach pump was brought into reqoisl-tioD,-and her life was raved. Sbariqnested ber inenda to let her die, and tie strengt! l three powerlul men was tested In retraining her from maning further efforts to kiil herself. She was closely watche...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 June 1876

as THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY JUNE 28, 1876. THE WEEKLY SENTINEL TO DEMO CHATS. We send this number ol the Weekly Sentinel as a specimen to many who are not subscribers; we hope all who receive it will Interest themselves in getting vp club. ")ffe ask all onr old subscribers to send U one name each. The State candidate! G7ill soon be In tbe field, when .the fight SfUi; begta in earnest. We shall endearer to make the Sentinel interesting throughout tbe canvass. Below we give terms. Blrgleeopy ------ Five copies ------ Ten copies or more -Twenty-five copies or more 11 50 135 1 25 1 17 FREE OF POSTAGE. A commission of fifteen per cent, will be Uowed on all clubs Bent in. AH remittances should be made by ex press or postoffice money order, with the name, town, county and state in full, and lnsplaln, bold hand, thereby avoiding all hancea of m'fctakes. "Address INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL CO.. Indianapolis, Ino WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28. It is said the Senate Is coming to its sense?, and an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 June 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, JU2TE 28. tSTtt. F0UHT1I OF JULY FILINGS. "WATER - "WORKS AND WORKS. FJRE-Twenty-four Hours of Glorious Fun The Programme in Detail The Afternoon Races. THE SLIPPERY HOG. IHR B4LLOON WBDDINO AND BRIDAL TRIP KOMB HEW FEATURES ADDRD WHEHK ASD HOW EVERYTHING WILL COME OFF. As a people, we Americans are not much addicted to holidays, being generally too close on tbe heels of the almighty dollar to atop for side-shows, but for that very reason we are apt to encompass the entire swine when we do set out to amuse or be amused. The country which rons Niagara Fall, Mammoth Cave and Jarett A Palmer tracs-continental trains, want to have fun on a proportionate scale. With thiview of our great American idiosyncricj, it is difficult to decide how tbeaverage patriot will be able to so diffuse him self as to absorb any considerable portion ol tie enjoyment that will b lying around loose on tbecoming Fourth ot July. Theenterprise and libera ity of our Indianapo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 June 1876

6 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY JUNE 28. 187a (For the Hentirel. A SUMMER NIGHT. BT X.XK O. HABRI3. The days'! departing aureole Has changed to films cf amber light, Tli at down the sky like vapor roll, Fanned westward by the wings of night. As over forest, field and town. She sifts her dusky shadows down. I bear the myriad sounds of night, The rustle of a thousand wings, And hidden choirs, whose songs unite With every tuneful wind that sings. And fancy, o'er the tinkling grass, I bear the trailing shadows pass. In yender hedge the fireflies glow, O'er clinging vine and creeping brier, That hawthorn bloomed to-day with snow. To-nlght Its blossom? are of fire, And, borne on every passing breeze, They float like sparks among the trees. This vagrant wind has kissed the rose. That crowns yon shadow-wrapt parterre. The odors on its wings disclose. That all unseen it lingered there, To woo the flower with music's spell The ingrate, thus to kiss and tell. A murmuring so :Hd is faint...

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