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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 April 1874

f i VOL. XXIII NO. 39. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1874 WHOLE OTJMBER 1,748, J 3 THE REFORM CALL. A VOICE OF AUTHORITY. THE ORIGIN OF TUE CALL. AX EXPLANATION FROM THK OVERSEER OF IHK STATE GRANGE IIB DEFENDS THK MOVEMENT AND SILENCES THE PARTISANS. To the Editor of the Sentinel: Bib: Let me correct the false Impression Which may wise from the not of a fellow granger.publUhed yesterday. The question o the Issuing of the call was discussed by the members Of the order of the late meeting, and so far as I know, fully concurred In. Brother Barnes having voluntarily taken copies of the call to his district for distribution, does himself injustice In seeming even to oppose the perfectly undertood wish of the farming and Industrial classes. The disavowal of official action In the call by the agents suzgested by Mr. Oilman, the political editor of the Farmer, was agreed to by those present at the last meeting, myself amonx them, because, an I understood it. the resolution was meant sim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 April 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1874. TUESDAY, APRIL 21. Kiel, concerning w bom there is such be wildering excitement in tho Dominion Par liament, tu tbe president of the provisional government of tbe insurgents at tbe time of tbe Red river rebellion. In 1870 the 1 rencb Insurrection against tbe Dewly formed Do minion government. Thomas Scott, the leader of the loyalists, was tk en prisoner and pot to death, and it is with his murder tht Tenuis Kiel stands charged. In tbe face of the indictment lor murder he was elected to the Don inion parliament and a few weeks ago he had the hardihood to enter Ottawa and affix his name secretly to the roll of the house of commons; but he has been very -scarce since that peculiar performance. Ills friends claim that his case comes under the act of amnesty. John Bruce, who was pro visional president of the rebels before Kiel tells a horrible tale of the butchery of Scott. The affair was managed in such a bungling manner that Scott wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 April 1874

9 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1874. m - ' - . THE MISOGYNIST. '.rt rfei u jeur hofnm dun blen bmu 2ae." When first he soueht our haunt be wore HtJÄiVhÄ His air was always woe-begone. "lie kept, I know, bis bosom bare, ' To imitate Jean Paul ; His almost only topic were - Esthetics, Kate, ana boui, ithOTKh at times, but not for long, JL19 bowed his Intellect to song. lie served, he said, a Moo( Tears; ' I know h'.s verses breathed A line funereal air of bier . And objects cypress-wreainea , In tlrese ltht moods, I call to mind, - H dirk I v would allude To sor dread sorrow undefined. Some paMon unsubdued , Then break into a ghastly augh And talk of KeatsTils epiUpb. Ue railed at Women's faith Mat! We thought him grandest when lie na-Ähem -siren-shapes that ch-nt On bleaching bones of Men , Alas, not e'en tlie creat go From that insidious minstrelsy I JIU lot, he oft had used to .urge, Lay on a lone Uoek.where Around Time-beaten base sarge The Waters of Despair. We k...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 April 1874

THE INDIANA STATE .SENTINEL, TUESDAY. APRIL 21, 1874. TUESDAY, Arm L 21 ,o.0ui nf the Irankine privilege has. for some reason, delayed the appearance of the annual report of the department ni .gr.culture. The report for the past year la -aid to bean unusually valuable one, containing both home and foreign correspondence. tiwic.ndotherlnform.tIon. The House agricultural committee some Unie ago recommended the printing of 250.000 copies of this report, but it has as yet txn untouched by the Senate committee. It is hlntP,i tr-ftt the reason of this la because the committee are walling for the passage. or ft law lor its free oM-ir.Utlon before it is printed. This delay doesn't seem profitable, as many thousand of letters are daily rereived at Washington asking lor copieH ol this unprinted work. Oregon has got cn ahead of Indiana. The t urners iued a call there some time ago, last has been done in this state and the result is told elsewhere in the telegraph. The ticket nominated seems to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 April 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL- TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1874. TO AN OAK ATNEW8TEAD. LOUD BIROS. Young Oak ! when I planted the deep in the I hoped that thy days would be longer than That tSy'dark-waving brauche would flourish around, . And ivy thy trunk with Its mantle entwine. Bucn, inch was my hope, when. In infancy' On theTand of my fathers I reared thee with pride; , They are past, and I water thy stem with my tears . . Thy decay not the weed that surround thee can hide. I left thee, my Oak, and ir.ce that fatal hour. A stranger has dwelt in the hall of my lr; Till manhood shall crown me, not mine is me to But hi whom neglect may hare made thee expire. Oh ! hardy thoa wert-even now little care Might revive thy young head, and thy wo jnas zently he tu ; ' But thou wert not fated affection to share For who could suppose that a Strang n would feel? Ah, droop not, my Oak! lift thy head for a while Ere twice' round yon Glory txls planet shall run, The band of thy Master s'aall teach thee to s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 April 1874

6 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY, APRIL 21 1874. XYRICS FROM GOETHE. I. TUB VIOLET. . violet In the fields alone. In Spring's creative hour, crouched all unnoticed and unknown ; It was a beartsnme flower. A youthfnl shepherd maidea liime trippln there along, So freely, so gay ly. And atirred the fields with song. - "Ah !M thought the violet, "if I were But nature's favorite flower. Gifted with all she hath most rare, , Ah ! for one little hour ! . So might the darling pluck me, . . And set me in her breast. Jut laid there, to fade l iure, . A minute there to rest." r.nt ah ! but ah ! the maiden came, Traveling In beauty's power; , And recked not of the violet 8 pain, -But trampled the poor flower. It sank, it died, yet gladly; "Yea, though 1 'lie," it cried, 'Twas she there, I see there. Hath crushed me in her pride. II. EVES I KG. Calm Is o'er every hill The trees are still ; Hardly abieath Reest thou stir ysn pine. The tnrusb is silent in her woodland nest. . Boon, too, shall...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 April 1874

TUE. IXDLkNA ..STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, Al'lUL 21,1874. 1 TUE HOLY COMMUNION. WPfBLISHED POEM BT OEOBGR HEP.BERT. 0 gratlous Lord, how shall I know Whether In these gift Thoa bee so An Thoa nrv everywhere; or rather bo, m Thoa alone Tatst all ye Iodinz. lea vine none Ffor Thy poore creature there. first I am sure, whether bread stay Or whether Bread doe fly away . Coneerneth Bread not mee. But yt both Thou, aud all Thy traine 11 e there, to Thy truth and my galne Concerneth mee and Thee. . And If In eommlng to Thy foes Thou doat come first to them, yt showes The hast of Thy good will. Or If that Thou two Station makest, In Bread and mee, the way Thou takest Is more, but for mee still. Then of this also I am sure That Thou dtdat all iheM pain endure To abolish JMnn not Wheat. ( reatnres are good, and have their place Sinn onely, wchdid all deface ' Thou driveat from hin seat. 1 con'.d beleeve an Impanatlon At the rate of an Incarnation If Thou hadst dyde for Bread. But that woti wade...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 April 1874

8 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1874. E VV GOODS jnr stock of Pry Goods, Millinery and Notions tr.T r.rinir m nrl mimroer la now very lull inu Th Durciiaen were made by Air. Ayres In person, who remains in New York the entire season and buys only when the goods are thA rirhtkinrl andoua v. ana me pncra are ihA-rv imrmt ihaL ruxh can o b"la i n . To farm- .tv and mechanics we can off.-r the bt goods low as anr hou in t'u4 went, and that very few house can dupli cate. Come and see lor yourself. L S. AYRES 4 CO., . Trade Palaco. Indianapolis. LOOKOUT cnn STUNNING BARGAINS AT LS66 EAST WASHINGTON STREET. 50 pieces Black Silft. hlnek and White and Hfeel Gray Silks. 10O p'eces rel JpTese Silk. l Dress Goods. 23u pieces Black Alpaca, & Pure Mohair. t ,Mn suits lor Ladies. misses uu WW " 2.to Polonal-e. i almas, Walking Jacket k ha Tn5.ia and Sun TTmhrellas. 620,000 worth of .Staple and loineatlc Cotton 923,000 worth of Woolens, Impor.ed and Do mestic. . . ah fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 April 1874

fi V ill 'ft ;, i:, ' PkjII 1 7 :' r VOL. XXIIINO. 40. REFORM ; RESPONSES. TflE CANVASS GROWING. BLAZING GROUND FOR REFORM. AN OUTSPOKEN WORD FROM AX HONEST MAS HOW TUB POLITICAL SLUMS MAY BE PCR1FIKD A VERT GOOD PLATFORM FOR. i HONKST MEN TO JOIN HANDS OS To the Ulihr the Sentinel: . i Sir: In your paper tf the 23d Instant, as well aa of the two ckys previous, you seem very anxious to liear from - Brother Ray. lie is not conscious why you. should experience any special desire for an expression of his viewa on the matter, of our city lectlon You seem to believe that he needs some stitfening. This Is good evidence that your acquaintance in this direction is not very extensive. However, he is willing to conn ply with your request, and says : What is'needed in the management of our city, state and national affair, is just what each man reqniresfor his individual success. In tegrlty, industry and economy are the foun dations on which every man must buiW, i! he would prove a blessing to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 April 1874

THE -INDI ANA- ST ATE-8E NTINEL. T UE S1XAT. APRIE 28," 1874: TUESDAY,' APRIL 28. Pensioners take notice. The House com mlttee on claims have agreed that hereaftr v tu nni!iir nncl&Imi whateyer tor mpenation for bonds and treasury notes destroyed by fire or other accident,or so da mAgedaa not to be identified by number, This decision shuts out a large numoer 01 ciaims of a similar character, and leaves to losers the onlv relief, application to the treas nry department, where all such bonds and notes will be replaced by new ones, provided the former can be identified. " -nr- r.rtrirht ha latelv delivered bis ao-called budget speech in the Dominion ;iriiiiMnt- He states that the estimated income lor 1873-4 was 121,740,000. Appro relations' for äirpurposesam'oünt to $22, 586.000: thns leaving a deficit of f4G,000 pmiinna to this ' year. there has been ' a' surplus, while the estimate xpenditures for 1874-5 are $500,000 in excess of the expenditures ol the present year. The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 April 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1874. IN TEE HAMMOCK. . A tawny network wlneln; Htraoge bird of folded wing, And happy roblus siDgtus For one who will not ting. A mist upon the mountain. Which some nad naiad weave, And on the yellow fountain A yellow rain of lea reo. And swallows, flying double, Of softer land in quest. Float low tn cnrtou trouble Above my tranquil neet. Brown butterflies tiat hover To sound of distant sea. The breath of dying clover Are all for them and me. But these shall find the summer Enough for life and lore. And leave for some glad comer . Tne nest they sing above. While I O bee and clover! O bird of tireless wing! Your mocking Joys sweep over Baoh birds a hammocks swing. A STARLESS CROWN. If rief in heaven might find a place. And shame the wortthiper bow down, Who meets the Bavlour lace to face, 'T would be to wear a starless crown; 2$rr find, in all that eouaUeas host We meet before the eternal throne, Who once, like us, were sinners lost, An...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 April 1874

THE 'INDIANA STATE SE NTIIfEL, TUESDAY, AP1ÜL-V VVi: . , ' ' TUESDAY. APRIL. 28. A special commissioner ol the Canadian authorities has been in Washington trying to ascertain the feeling ol congress on the subject of reviving . the old Reciprocity treaty between that country and the United States. There seems to be no just reason why there should not be a free and untrammelled exchange of producta between the two countries, limited only by a fair schedule of revenue profits. New Ep äand an New York need the coal and timber ol Canada while the latter desires the product -.of our manufactures. The Northwestern States might do a good business with tht Red River settlements if it were not for the exorbitant dutfcs on exports and Import, which now practically shut oü all comnier. cial relations. The-commissioner is entern raped to think that a reasonable loruul proposition lrom Canada will be favorably entertained by the United Slates government. ' v 'x The secretary of war has Bent to t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 April 1874

HOW PEIWlMMON'H TOOK , X ' i .BABY ail OB DER ;T . vr v (t Nicholas for May. ' Persimmons wa a olored ladI i I 'WaydownlnLousianny. l(. .-..,. And all tbeteacbing tnat he had ' Wm given him by tola granny, t . , But he did hit duty ever . : , . ' At well as you, H may be; Wim fa'thfulneaa ami pride always, vHe minded missus' baby. He loved the counsel of the saints. And, sometimes, ;hos of sinners, To ran off'possuin-buntlng and. Steal "water-mlllon" dinners. And fervently at meet In', too, , u; . . On every Sunday night, He'd with tbe elders üout and pray .By the pine-knota flaring light, l J And sing their rudest melodies, Wllh voice so full and strong, J You coold almost think he learned them From the angels' triumph song. . . . , . - . :h ' ' ' ' . , BO' , - . , : . t ' We be nearer to de Lord ' ' . - ' Danue white folk and dey knows It, icede glory-guie unbarred, -, Walk In. darkle. pas de guard. Bet yon dollar He wont close it. -Walk in, darkles, troo de gate, Hear de kullered...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 April 1874

THE INDIANA STATE 'SENTINEL, TUESDAY, APIUL 28. 1874. 6 AHOOSIER-nABIlUA-L-ONTflECRUSADE. " Froca the Buffalo Courier. , liolio, jatcei iieTjB own uuj illo.Jake! Hevyebeen crusaaea yet. Lnybody betoaioond to close up yer shebang? T That what I tole 'em. I says, says Lei "em go fur Jake Miller, fur La don t keer . . .. ..ava' At Not '.Let 'em go dangl" 3 no us talkln, Jake; cruaadin's hlc played 8 JUt a kind of spawn m, n X know'd It wouldn't wash. .... S'pose these wlinmin s gwlnet pray Uli we Uvfikin'tiow n then a drop? I tell ye, Jake, itsbosh! 2f then ther alnt no law fur prayln' round a man's saloon ; . uo,( What doeatha cons hlc tuUon say? "Pursuit of happiness!" ' ... v,MAmA But when these wimmln pray a man bald-headed hlc ye se ... lie rant pursue his happiness with any bio success. "What'a llcker made-ihle out uv? Barley, 'n rye, n corn. Why oon't these yer crusaders go fur folks that raise the f rain T That bixness, on nnt principles! Jake, when . . i . A v I Shoot that con...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 April 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTiyEryTyEßDÄY:APKIL7p:Tl87i.T " rr - , s - -TO AN OAK AT NEWBTEAD. ' r LOKS BTROlf. Young Oak! when I planted thee deep In th ground, ... I hoped that thy days would be longer than mine; . That thy dark -waring branches would flourlaii aronnd, . , And Ivy thy trank with 1U mantle entwine. Bach, och tu my hope, when, In Infancy's - tHa the'land of my fathers I reared thee with ' 5 - nrtde: They are punt, and 1 water thy stem with my Wars--Ttir deear not the weeds that surround thee can hide. - . I left thee, my Oak, and since that fatal hoar, A atranirer hM dwelt in tha hall of D1V sire: Till manhood shall crown me. not mine lathe i nnwer. Eat hi whose neglect may have made thee expire. rvit harrivthon wert even now little care Might revive thy young head, and thy wounds - gently heai; ' Tint, t tin n wrL nnt fated Affection to share For who could sappoaetbata stranger would 'Ah, droop not, ray Oak I lift thy head for a Ere twice round yon Glory this planet shall...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 April 1874

THE-INDIANA-STATE SENTINEL7TSBAY:ATRTir28ri874r ' - . ' : : . - i ! ' ' I t r I t T N E W GOODS i Mar tocfc of Dry Goods, Millinery and Notions tor spring und summer la now very full and oornple.e. The purchases wer md by Mr, Ayres In person, who remains In N'ew York the ntire wuon and buys only when the good are the right kind and quality, and the prices are the very lowent thai catth can obtain. To 1 armer and mechanics we can offer the best goods in the market at prices aa low as any house lo the west, and thai very few house can duplicate. Come and aee for yourself. L on their own acconut to their orofit, and the great advantage of the trade of this city. DKY OOODS. ' The Financial Chronicle reports for New York, ander date of April 24: Trade continues dull despite the steady progress 'of the reason, and the tact that summer Is close upon us. Tte -weather,' It is true, has been unreasonable, bat there In no doubt that the dullness of the retail . trade, or at least the backwardn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 May 1874

1 til If I y i VOL. IXIII-N0.41. RALLYING FOE'EEFORM. ACTIVE OPERATIONS. .', FILES OF FARMERS. . " .--- XADison awino9 i;rro ixjtk. . . . i,. " We send enclosed sixty-four names to tta -cii for a faiWr's convention, June 10th, v Sever! of these circular are now receiving algnatures, and will be sent In a few daya. The lift sent herewith will appear In the Democrat P( to-day, May 1, attached to the . call. ' . -;V- ' 1 . . 1 : Come, let us take counsel together. Martin Brown, K. B. Ooodykoontx, 1 H. E. Jones, - E. J. Puck.U, T ' . , T. A. H.COU, . . 3m. Hazlett, . 0, W. Cadwallader, Jonathan Button, ' , D. II. Patterson, , ' K.T. Lose, F. Bronnenberg, ' ' A.- Taylor,- " John MeDonocgh, W. R. Myers, James Van Winkle, J. T. Elliott, J. P. Darts, I Samuel Myers, . Wm- P. Paris,. Samuel Cridge, ' : Mat. Watklng, "' H.J. Brown. Marlon Davis, W.W. Clifford, . ' H. J. Blacklldge, . Lee. Fallt, , ;. A. Menifee, Charles M. Farmer, T. H. Snow, ' N. W. Howell, Jr., ' A. D. William, r. t. romero...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 May 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1874.' , j V If I TUESDAY, MAY 5. . J The facts and figures concerning the cause : ' effee and final tendency of Intern perance, prepared by Colonel Ray and presented on ' the third vase this morning, will be apt to .Ha & siml work- in this and other states. The labor Involved In the collection, com pi iftTi ni rvUinn of these exhibits was - simolv herculean, and CtoloneT Ray ' 1 j 'entitled to ithe -hearty i 'gratitude'' ahd admiration oi every upright, God-fearii.g . : ; man in this and every other christian com munity;' You are not going to appreciate the significance ot these closely packed col- . " imoi of figures without readi np. Cut the n table out and compare' dy, by day with : the things coming under' jour own obser vation and the'singular cogency of" the . statistics "will Y be' apparent, j It. is . bomb-shell in the tamp of the sleeping and indinerent. ineiacts, HTOw,wmw . Very apt to surprise the' friends 'as well ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 May 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, -TUESD AT,MAX-5,-1874 2 - . - IF THAT H1UU WORLD. , LOED BTBOS, , . ., f If that high world. wbih IIa beyond V Oar own. urvtvlD g love nde ; If there the cherish 'd heart be fond. The eye tbenme exee pt In tears How welcome those untrodnen sphere I How weet thl very hoar to diet To or from earth and nnd ell fear Lotltbyllsht-eternityl . ,., . ;. Uranstbeso: ü not for elf ' " That we so tremble on the brtnlc; -And striving to oerleap the gulf. Yet cUng to being serving lock. , Oh! lntbfutrletuthin: .. To bold each heart the heart that shares. With them the Immortal water drink, And onl In oui grow deathless theirs! ' KEMEMBR ANCE. ' LORD BTROJf. Tis done! I taw It In my dream; No more with Hope the future beam,; . My dysof happiness are few; Chlll'd by misfortune's wintry blast, . My dawn of Ufa Is overcast; Love, Hope, and Joy. alike adieu: Would I could ad Remembrance too. What's llcker made hlc out uv? Barley, n Wh? don'tthese yer crusaders go for folks...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 May 1874

THE lNDiANA:;ST ATE SENTINEL, :XUKSDAY, MAY 5, 1874. ' - SCHTJBZ ON STJMNERv ; A NOBL.B TRIBUTE TO THE STATE8MAN OF FREEDOM. THE PLACE THAT SUMNER FILLS IN HISTORY, ' . SCUCRZ'fl MASTKBPIKCB ANALYSIS OF THE LlrK WORK OF IHK GREAT AMERICAN TUB REAR GUARD OF PEIIDOM PRESENT. A Boston dispatch to the Chicago Tribune gives a good abstract oi Schoxz'a great ch on Sa nn r : Tk. m in Music Hall to-day was one ...... in hAt anon fonrutten by those n III Avr fcv - . cnrtnnata enontrh to be present, The arrangements wrre admirable, ana the xercfaes, in every part, justifted the highest anticipations, ine oecurawiin were ele,...t ATreedinir anything ever att erupted before iu Boston; no nag r nmurai irs were used, the "oecorauor. wiuk 'j evergreen and owera, D me general i wonderfully raoHul and pleasing, The committee were at great pains to ecure the attendance of II of Me. bumor' nAnmnal friends who could -come, th..u who were such 4a the eerty part of his career, as well as those who in VAU...

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