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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 December 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY 3IORNING, DECEMBER G, 1S7G. Written for tiie scntlneLl WHAT JUST r DO to v.r. s vj:i ? Acts xvr.Sv.j IE.1MCATF.D TO T. C. HoliToN, l'l. Ila.k to tiio one In JuJah's wild, A holy man, a prophet's child; In ringing tones we hear him say, "Make Mraight Ills paths, prej uro the wav,' "The king iom now Is near :it hand," "Prudum. the wo.d thrott'ion:. tlie ian'I." Me.ssl.tu comes, OoJ'h glorious boon, Rvisrnt, believe, He cometh soon. II. The Ird hall conic; upon the luount lie telieth men of IUvid's fount; Inquiring ones, list fo His voice, (Exceed Ins gird be ye, rrjoic-.) "The law I come not to destroy, I come to bring to man srt.it joy; Ko quickly now with mo cgree liej-eiit, b''.:eve; joy is for thee." in. To- I.rd h.Vli conn-; from plann- t p"nelie goes, to offer men IIKgrn.cc; Sinners, the nennest He can tind. The sick, the deaf, the huue nnd biiud; AH down with Hin do sit atm-ut. Ana heavenly manna do they eat; 'They thai lie lioli- need not ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 December 1876

THE 3XDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOKXING, DECEMBE11 6, 18 70. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER G. THE PRESIDENTS JILSSAtiK. We will furnish the President s Mcsssage and accompanying documents to the State Iress at the earliest moment after it is given the country, at the moderate price of $".) per thousand. Papers wishing to buy from us will please scml in tiit-ir orders at once. INDIANAPOLIS SKNTINEI. CO. THE MESSAGE. P. S. Grant hr.s written his last message. In stating the agreeable fact he calls it "my ' eighth and final mesMige to congress." The event calls for the profoundest thanksgiving, for it gives some assurances of the removal at an early day of a terrible incubus : load of ignorance, venality and despotism that the country has been compelled to bear (luring eight weary and dreary years. Stung to the . quick by the repeated verdicts of disapproval, given by the people when considering Iiis acts, Grant awkwardly attempts an apology for his manifold blunders and crimes by plead" i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 December 1876

TIIE Cs'DlAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOKNTNG, DECEMBER G, 187G. 5 rf March 3. 1TS, a 'portion, Jiowver, only eft i ma ted) wim S9,ft" t!. A further rdnctlou of LH per centum wan also provided ior by the act of July, Ufrti, from the compensation of certain railroad companies whose roHd. were built, in whole or lu part ,by the at 1 of land grants authorized by conxrcxsional l-zisU:ion. The reduction thu-4 provided for was met on some of the great trunk lines by the withdrawal of the fast mall, which had been previously established. Ovor,the New York Onlr.il and Hudson River and the I,ak.e She and Michigan Honthern mil roads, an exclusive mail train, c impose J of finely equipjied imiktal car, which were provided with all the eonn ifticet necnary lo rapid anil er!'eet dlat ri but ion, wax, for a few months, run ln-tween New York and Chicago, on a schedule time of Jj hours between those eitle: and over the P-na.sylvania railroad and It connecting linen n limited mail train, witb supe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 December 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER G, 1S7G. 6 t;i: stoi.y or a mm:. A c!-'!'l In i nursery crvin-.; a. lxv in n riiekettUld "oiil!" A youth for a phantasy sipMr.g-a mnn with " :l tit Of the- Kout A heart ftrli-U up, and narrowMi-a task repeated in vain A. 1H plowed dee p iftii'l harrowed, but bare K!i.l l-".rr-n of grain. Hone' sense of fx pcrienee v:is:nl, f (ounn-1 hiisiinilcistooo, or pleasure, bitter when tr.'tc;!, sm-I pain that did him no good. Kome sywirks of Kentimcnt jwrlshed some Hashes of gen his lost A torrent of false luve cherished a ripple of true loved crossed, Koni; r I? - breaMting of tr"tiMc, to slide again with the stn-am In principle volJ as n bubble In pun-ose vnpuo as a dream. A f.itur; hope h:ilf-h arted, U,r dim Is the fnfure now. That tlie triple cord has parted, and death Is damp on the brow. And adf.bt Is to pay by ih debtor a dot-tor, a I:iwtt, nurse; A feeling heashould have teen better, n doubt if he cctild have been worse; While t...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER G, 1S76. i,4iY Mi;.niK)i. BY MIW. H. M. f A f.-MI. Wlicr has the Lady Hummer son?? A Ift'.f -.vetunli sWiiiK-i her i 1 :i t':j rou.;!i wind, ami eun iii t'Ii , Why the soi't breeze she loved s well ISo harsh and cold has xrowu. Wlier- has the Lady Kummer gone? - The sp.iriows couie tri Hoc Its and m-mI-I !' lln-l the earth ho hart' )w:d cold ; The c!o'u! lie heavy, fold on fuld, An.l siftw rloai" HoftJy down. "Vher- hns the Lady Smnmrr Tie? Th.-autumn wind and autumn niln Vi'it.'i drippim: hands --at at t li -vine: An i til - okl pin tree s -aa-irt n::i::i Their u:v.iry luoiieione. Where ?.n the Itdy Summer none T!i-t:---a iak- with forel-odin.; i.vn-s, T.i" v!'.ri velml leaves nil drenched with tear; For Tliiss, with all the Hying ars I i lovely Summer flown. Ali f rt:u brightness with her tied! IV tuni.i, toll thv purple l-ll : T.; ::;.vi!l:r,' w iud W I t- t.-ll Y'ltinw wliolovei the siunMer well I'.,-.- i.wly Slimmer' de;d...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER G, 187G. 8 Fancy Hoods ! FOIl T1IK HOLIDAY TRADE MKVK IXVOIl'KS oF EMBROIDERED SETS In' Fancy ISoxes, 50 cents to $l-2 each. 2 IoA-n INITIAL KM BROIDF.RF.D .HANDKF.RCIKF, 5 cents to " rent ach. 100 Doy n GKNTM FANCY COLORED BORDERED HANDKERCHIEFS at cents; worth TiO cnt. Largest Stock of SILK HANDKERCHIEFS cvpr shown in Ihn city, .' cents to 51.;0 each. XOYELTIES ARRIYIXG DAILY! JUST RECEIVED A Fine Assortment of Benfe' Mim Jackets sul Rotes In all Stvles and Price. Orders for making Mme taken, and satisfaction guaranteed. L S. AIRES & CO., INDIANAPOLIS. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. MOXCr A?in THE MARKLTH. Office or the Inmanapolis Sentinel,) TUESDAY EVENING, DeC. ö, UVti. I We have no new features' t report in local , financial affairs. The banks reiort currency Kcarce and the moui-y market close. Th d round for loan and discount is promptly met, however, when the ".per offered is unexceptionable and the current Mt-s ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 December 1876

If k, m pi M , &J B r VOL. XXYI, XO 17. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY rOINING, DEOEMlEli 13, 1870. WHOLE NO. 1882. MASS MEETINGS. The Democrats in Congress lleoommenil That Tlioy lie Held All Over the Country on January Sth. THE PEOPLE'S PROTEST Against Grant's Usurpations to Be Expressed in No Uncertain Tones. X NEW OUT HA (IK. Grunt's Creature. JJoiid, Defies lit? Supreme Court of South Carolina and Discharges the Returning Board. THE BROOKLYN HORROR. One of the Employes of the Theater Gives His Testimony as to tlin Origin of the Disaster. I A CHICAGO SENSATION. A B j'js Proronclamento Breathi.i Blood, War and Fury. Till. I'OLITH'AI. KITrATlOS. I rl i ii-f of Iis Oenioermlle SetilrPrompt MMturf, Iwldel iu Order lon Cameron Prepnrins for nnrch I Hi - I If l.n III- Hand Nu-f-(-li4-l- on lite Ar-4ial. By T l( Graph to the Sentinel.! V v-hixotc-s, IVc. 11. Senators Thnrman, ISayard, Kcrnan, Katonand !.' have be -i api'iv.t'.i to co-oik.-rate with thef-in-cnoTiimitU'of ite liouse...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 December 1876

TALE 1NDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORXIXG, DECEMUEll 13, 1S7G. VEDNESHÄY, TKCEMlii:U 13. Oregon elects. May her salmon crop increase. Justice demands the impeachment of U. S. Grant. " The rads ratified n 1st vote, counting all the frauds. Hanna eulotAed Grat. to bulldozer. Some one ought Wade Hampton talks like a man who fan not be bulldozed. " Grant will be called upon for his bulldozing military orders. The Journal had letter take in iU list ani stick it in its j-ockct. Grant's cabinet is a devil and hi cabinet. unit, and so is the Governor G rover, please cone this vay and receive conti nous ovations. GrarKtson Harrison lacke! wind last ni'ht. His blower was out of order. Grant's last .shot was received by congress with the sins pie recognition "print it." The radical party exhihitcd some of its best broed of asses at the show last night. The radicals fired a hundred guns last night. When Rome was fiddled. burning Nero Those who were near the Journal oöice last night thought...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 December 1876

TILE. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MOBXIXG, DECEMBER 13, 187(5. TJIK ilUNCIE 3IYSTKJJY Clearing Up mi a IforriMo I elation ef Family Trouble, Suffering and Crime. PROGRESS OF THE TRIAL Testimony of the Main Witnesses, the Mother Brother and Seducer of the Injured Girl. the cause of utit i:atu Clmrly lnIicalMl, ami tlie Whole I riii l.v lml'eael in t be Operation W lilt-It. 11 Toil. -pe4;ialto the Sentinel. Mt-nctf, Dec 7. Tlic court opened this irim-ning promptly, and . the prosecution called William Curmichael. He failing t art -ir, Ik l Hain was called. His eviii in -e as slruply to prove that the prisoner was out the night of the di. -appearance of the girl, and he said he did not sn-.-o-e the pri-smer w ould deny it. Tin- pi--eutiou , then called John T'ooriiiti, brother of the murdered girl. His evidence was to the effect that he knew of Lis si-b-r laing pregnant some ten iays Ja fore Ler disapj-eaxance. lie got his informatioi from Dr. Mcliw.iin. That ho aked the doctor ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 December 1876

9 TILE IXJ)IAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MCXRXIXG, DECEMBER 13, 187G. V K I N Ks: DAY, IK T.ML'IIIi 13. Tin: om:-o. un In the debate mn the Oregon question last Thursday, Senator Morton said 'that a cay f.il imt be found w here a minority candi4 date 1 iw leeii elected on account of the ' i-ieligibilirv of th person receiving a majority of the vote-e:ist. J'he con4 -duct of the governor of Oregon could find no jutiiVation in laws, in morals or in the 4 testimony of the people of the United Mates1 This r-ckless aertion i- completely met and overcome by the decisions of our own supreuK- court. In fiuliek ami "Wallace were the opposing candidates for sheritT of Manon county. Wallace mcivcvl a majority of the, voies c.it; but was ineligible because at the time of the election he held a judical olliee, ami the constitution of the state -made him ineligible to any executive ofii:- during his judicial term. (Julkk claimed the ofiice, although lie was the minority candidate; and it was dec...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 December 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER la, 187G. proceed to lnv'stl:ate the statements of riot, Uimult, aus of violence, lntim'.ilutioii, armed Iiturl;tiiee, l.ribery or corrupt ii'tltieti-s at any sneh IhiII or votinif plaee: and if from thu evidene.' f Mich sta'.etuent they shall fie co;j inr. i 1 1 h it Ul li riot, tumult, acts or vtolenoe, iiitimithttioii. amu-il ilit urh;iioe, britry or corrupt influences et i, t not materiHl'y iirertVre with tho purity and fieeilom of in.lection nt Mii-h poll or vot'ii: place, or did not prevent h iiüicieiit munler of iiialifled voters thereat from retrtsteiiiii; or win-; to materially change, tin result of tue election, then, ami not otherwise said rttundni oilicers shall canvass and compile the. vote of sin-h hjI1 or votlme t.la-e with those previously i-nnvaHl and compiled; bin. IS said return im; tiaic-ri shah not fully satis.l.sl tlicrHif, it slmil bo their duty to rsiiniiui further testimony in nuard thereto, and to this...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 December 1876

1 THE INDIANA' STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY 'MOIvNING, DECEMBER 13, 1S7G. Uli AT 11 ST I IM TO JIKSKltf I I t-t ATKI Tl T. X. ili'l !.!. What me nut this midnight ni-i.-e atet fright? iliis fearful . ftrth.".:!ir- ami bright light ; ( These op n door and shaking wall; ni.- felling l.C'l,trHDit- loeM-el from all? The power of ioH, In, iii-ghty wrath, l sent to clear tin c;ipt iv ' path. It bursts Ui-lr bonds; Jt set them free itod'-j loved one- hve f-ill Mhi rty. II. V- bold th.-mstajidli-g in th ' .ndl: r-iU-fuI und happy, h ar them cull : -Cnto thyself, sir, do no harm ; !"? we are here, M hilf d.s -( ronz a: vi 11. Ii txs-n leforv 11 mode tar.is fuithfun. answer-, pr-ivrr '!. will j not before Ilim bow ? 4 II. will t. a nl hv yoi now. IM. Moved by Murk of tfi1, lliiy -..host. The Jailer ti iloth 1hkv 1 i pst; And km-. -Ilnsr at tli thro;:- f Get. ills heart all broke n, eb eply aw-d. Kor pardoning love he crV-s a'ond, 1 foiii-!ii not the g:pi: ;g crowd : ufslule is no inor enslaved, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 December 1876

THE 1XDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, '"WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, 187G. INDIANA'S LVDUSTMES. Indianapolis, the Capital of the 'Hoosier" State, Now Boasts the Possession of the Nordyke & Marmon Co.'s Great Iron Manufacturing and . Mill Furnishing Establishment. Description of the Building, Machinery, Etc., Which Go to Make Up the Institution Which the Millers of Indiana and Neighboring States Ftel Projd of. The Unlbtl States Milling and Matiutaclurlug Journal. Indianapolis, the capital of tlio täte of Indiana, has been fur several year; cue of the mod prosperout cities in the United States. It has been so fortunate as to is-eoine one of the most prominent railroad (enters' in tin' country. Thi. of course, in a reat measure, has leen i the means of lui!.iiirc it up rapidly from the small city it wa a do. n years ago to the large, handsomV and important one it is now. The t ifizens Lave never lot dight of tlie fart that manufactories are the all important thimrs in connection w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 December 1876

Tin: INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNIKG, DECEMBER 10, 1870. To arrive Voi.day, -it SIT, $10, $20 and S22. BEST BARGACÜ E7E3 OFFERED. ALSO A LOT o Rough and Plairr Seavsr Cloaks At KKI)I"( K!i PItP FS. "-tf"i hiMn n's loa-, ail M.irk-1 ln. . ? . GREAT REDUCTIOH' OF F2ICES. MINK, SEAL AND ALASKA HXTKA CHZAP. ea . Cloaks at Go3t ! Par Triuiuiia.j is Half-Price a--.4"sr KW "KI Vr H-A jsorli- r Inu.iiv . T''" i' il5 sl.cil Com w: I J-v-lry. Chiacr than V'-l. L. S. A YRES & CO., INDIANAI-ILI. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. mo.i:y ash tiij: m ti.Kirrs. flKKICK OK T.r. Is !IAN !I X S S NTINKI., Trr-D.Y I'.vi:mmi, r. !2, 17H. Th.-',ink n-fort a, gvod I-11 ml i.tr money i.t i t ' i r lr. in -i 1. ; fni 1 w-;! j n pi e. ed at 10 t" I. ' r i'f-r.t. t hVii raN . ? ;-strictly gilt e i'rd r is taken. iiii' Pi ',hnfnj'.!i t;ii '. i;wi- supply S' 'j lo io' llil-i'l'l' ' Ue'.ll ll.ttl!S, an t iiu:u . r sai are mad- at jar to l-lrt premium. ( ttmnierrial. Tb.-.-in ral markets .'or tin j ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 December 1876

life VQXV 113 Ml YOL. XXVI, XO 18. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20, 1870. WHOLE NO. 1883. f I V XLIV. CONGRESS. Second Eesular Vision. SENATE. The EWUral ole-VTlglir rilll-Tlie Fresldufn 'SalarY The Oregon C'nc Inrthfer MivcaiiMvl-KiakFr Airrr. Wasmn;t..,Ih R In t.e morning hoer Mr. Edwiiiud called up tbt resolution submitted by him Fruity iaat, -referring to the tnes.ge of the house of rei'ewntatlTes in regard to devising means to nswmt RTid declare the electoral vote, to 8e"Äx;t a committee of seven senator to act wteb a committee appointed by the house, f rtd it "was a&ri. to by a unanimous vote iritbout discusekm. The chair was authorjLed" to appoint special committee. Mr. Crayton called up the senate hill for the relief of the officers and privates of the .'Fourth Arkcnsaa cavalry volunteers. warded and passed. Mr. Hitchoock introduced a bill to divide the stat of Nebraska into two judicial dis--tricts. Referred. Mr Wright introdnced a bill to establish...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 December 1876

THE IXDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20, 187G. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER IX WHO K1IAIA COUNT THE VOTE? Who shall count the vote? is the question now 90 often asked. Tbc real and important inq&iry is. Who shall decide tlic questions that arise during the progren of the count?" If two or more returns, with tho same or duTerent authentications, come np. who shall decide between them? If the ri.-ht f a Mate to vote, or the legality of her vote because of irregularity or fraud questioned, who shall decide it? Sueu questions hare at all tirii.- bei n decided by the two houses of ronres.-, both exercising equal lower. In lviT, in the case of Wisconsin; in lfcG.3, in the c a.se of the states in rebellion; in in the cae rf Louisiana, and in 1872, also in the rase of Louisiana, the two houses, without question, claimed and exercised the right of decision. Now it is claimed that the president of the senate shall, without appeal, pass upon all such questions. If it had ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 December 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20, 187G. 3 THE TALE OF TVYO CITIES. Gathering Up the Side Links in the Chain of Evidence Against Black. THE REIGNING SENSATION. The Sentinel's Course Indorsed by Tublic Opinion. A WHITED ' SEPULCHEK Is Revealed in the Black Business-Ute Prayer Meeting of His Congregation. H N5 T ION BY TH ELDERS. It ill ba Conducted Privately, but ill be Searching and Thorough, Says Mr. Butler. A General R.r lew of the Ce. The excitement in the city over the downfall of Elder W. F. Ulark was but little lew intense yesterday than it was on Wednesday, when the Sentinel published the indisputable evidence of his puilt, gathered by its reporter during his sojourn in fct. Louis. The compete hiitory of the case, tcether with the unanswerable arguments against the possibiity of his innocence presented by the Sentinel, made the paper in great demand, and a large number of extra copies were sold. The chain of testimony with which the Sentinel bound Mr....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 December 1876

TUE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDSJESDAY MORNING, DECEUEIt 20, 1S7G. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20. The people are cenianding their rights. ILuIical snakes are hissing in their dens. The people should be on the alert for more radical perjurer. i , A revival of trade depends upon the peaceful inauguration of Tilden. The uDcrowneJ sovereigns of tlie country an coming to the rescue of their liberties. Indiana sjeaks on the 8th of January. When will New York open her mouth? Kvery lu--?inei interest in the country de maivl the je.aeeful inauguration of TiMen and Hendricks. Grant talk about a party that be represents a party that got most outrageously licked in November. Ir m pretty well understood now that Ilayn is willing Uyro into the office of president with a lie in his throat. - . ..a Democrat are wonderfully calm but it Is th calm that precedes the storm. Itadical conspirator will plea.se take notice. i - -a Grant has so befouled the presidential chair that if the Mississippi run soap suda ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 December 1876

t TIIE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORXCSTQ DECEMBER 20, 1870 FARM AND HOME. Weak Ceiling. A correspondent writes to the 8L Louis Republican: "I have found a pxJ way to prevent ceilings from coming down in ca-esot aleak admitting water to the plastering, and under circumstances which prevent immediate measures for repairing the roof. I find where the water comes through, by wiping the ceiling, if necessary; I then bore a hole up into the pool that'll standing and soaking on the upper side of he plaster. Br putting a nail or a match p into the hole, to as to serve as a gutter or leader, and cause the water to run off in a atre.m!, the plastering is drained, and does nt soften enough to fall or even to loosen", I have given this method a pretty fair .trial, for I have twice had, in peculiar emergencies, a number of such ppigote stuck up fftfo the ceiling, and running streams hour after hour, all day or all niglit, and without apparently weakening the ceiling, so that it has requ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 December 1876

G TIIE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL., WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 20, 1S7G. JAM'AKY. hy n. u. O Wlnterl rroaen puli and heart of fire! "What loss ra theirs mho .from thy kingdom tarn Dismayed, andttlnk thy fnow a Bcnlptnrrd urn Of dentil J Far sooner in mWumMcr tire Tri strevms than under ice. Jaiie could iit EJbire Tier res to forego the strength tliey learn In sleeping on thy bivast. No fires can barn The bridges thou dest Uy where men derv In vmi to build. i i O Heart, whf n Liv; sun goes Tu northward, and tbö ound ul tugiug -cea-e. Xev.p warm by inner nrws, and rest In peaoe Hktp on . content, as sleeps tlie patient rose. Walk boldly on tie white, uotrodde-n snows. "Tie winter Is the winter's own release! Vor the HundMy Sentinel. A 1II.RKY CHRISTMA. BY 1! HLUI A. KAJ1AOK. There is hard ly a home ho bare and cam- ' fortless that something of the blessed Christ mas time will not tnter if it is not driven . away bv nerlect and anger. There is hardly a heart so cold and friendless that so...

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