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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 January 1877

THE -INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY -MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1877. IBSCKIIIEO TO MK. ItOMtUT l.M91 KT. BT ktllLY ItAWTUoUVK. Published by rtuwi.J Tbs wintry wind without- were lg'lug; Within a lovely child lay dying. rw-th bar., ou winded inomeuts fljrtng; Hr eye half oUl 'ueath fringed veil, R tlog oa hecki ad lily pale. The pnlckeu.cd pule, the gapping breath A plain as any language salth, Khe soon, too boon, must yield to death; Nervei? and white tile tiny band, 'Rrst liko Iii shell from India a strand. But sfe, the oolor mount th cheek.. Tlie rilray eyes the mother's s-jk, The puliid lipB eay to (.peak; A radiant light b.:a.nui in the eyv, A gloilou üavru of pit aed aurpriso. ft o look of sorrow, palu or feir; Broatb1-.1 the watcuers gath. r uew, liend o er the child, her pareut dear. With hand npllt'led o'er her head. mama, see, tu uarung mmiu. Cum from her lir no other word, Pilcataain, nor ruoved. nor stirrtsJ, Orlefa broken aotw alono were heard ; bad God endowed those dying...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 January 1877

TI1E .INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1877. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY . Vanderbilt' s will in to le contested Crovemor Nicnoils is coming to the f:vjnt an ornament the swynd rentxiry of the reput lie. Jaiaes G?rdon Benwr-tt fs rft kile4. May he live to marry MS-s May, and nay they pro-J r. The be ose w petrsTig do n to bcaim A great ncmber of VilLs were intr.hluced and referred yenteräey. More bills tv increase tte stringency of Hkj election Vws daily uke their aj-I-earsnce In th-: legishtur F.elloeg ts'linKtround for troops. With tro H Ke-rt'vg is prolyl as a beggar on horseback w ithout troops he is a-soon tempt ible a- a lecse. TIm- HdHte h:w tiiken a wise step in facilitating tarislatiara by consoli'ltting several standing conir.ittees, md so mending the mles Brt'Co simf iify the process -of legislation Senator Baxter is turning his attention "from temperance to -school legislation. He otTer two bill cm '.he subject, one provid in- frr eompnlsory ducation. Camero...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 January 1877

HE IXJ)1AXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUAHY 10, 1877. FAR!! WrERESTi The Proceedings of tha Last Day of the Session of the Sit 3 Board of Agriculture. The Wool Growers and Swirm Breeders Form Organizations and Adjourn. Botrtl of Agrlrnitur. The state board of agriculture and the delegate board met again at IV o'clock ye.terday morning, and aftt r the reading of the minutes the delegate board adjournal. The state board then organized by the election of Jacob Mutz, president; Ilobert "Mitchell, vice president; Alex. Heron, secretary; Carlos Picknon, treasurer; John W. Furnas, general Superintendent; Stephen Daviibon, IL P. Haynos, William Crim and A. B. Claypool, elective committee. At 11 o'clock the board adjourned until the afternoon. ArrTEyoo SESSION. The board met again at 1 o'ciock. Mr. Stone, owner of the exposition preen house, requested that the board would extend the time of the lease in case be would rebuild. Laid over until next meeting. The award of field roller...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 January 1877

6 III riTCRO. BT JOtKPHIXK POLLABD. It neems to mrihe bud of ex pec tat 'on Um not yet wollen to the pern ei flower lliHt wlih lt onnrous tra traut exhalation The world oi fai lb will dower. The lamp we light an but th Mars or promise. JhH fainWt reflex of adl-tunt Hin , That wnkw- nn -iii;er ilutatlr.n from us. Till nobler height are w on. The pt t ns bnt the preface to tbe story In which th lOicance oi our lives Is wiought; The deeeiRjl.Ht win linperWiM-le glory Livo scarce ly in our thought. Wnafe'c-r we 'o fall short of our Intending"; Tfc n'.rnctnre lack th beauty we den-pa; And tortnn d angels, to their Lome asseurtlng, Dcpiu t, auu leave no sigu. ty ull tbe rtrobt and trial that po vex us, Hy all tbe UUf and i'ullure that annoy. By a!! the him j,e i-luskns ihm iplcx uj. And y.tld to ituit ot Joy. Wfiknow thrt nnlo mortal: I not eiven The strength of knowl tfc-e that it yet in store Vor u,ei- y. t we v ulte '.bp sts.s U of heaven, And dtc tun of havrn no more. The. heart cf ea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 January 1877

TUE IXDIAXÄ STA-TE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1877. rr i A BOHEMIA MinH KIMS-.SOXO. BT. K. 11. tTUUDAKl. 1 Kitir htm through the wltriovr Ilia new moou wu lu s'xht Come fit allug now ti tbegotdcn, One balmy ummer i.igt.L He topped ojon th window; "Give me a kisa," he mid: And straightway I was hidrn. Like a lnUe tuua., In bed. Ono ej a above the h-delotbt. Wa Oil KO fiii Itslr-t'p But, Vie other b Mieatu 'twas lucky lie wa nut there 10 pept IIa called again, an eager As tJic hU or cooli- g brooks. Or the txs tnat in the lilies F. r golden houey looks I TU silence of my chamber It iruo-1 luuU- lue Ktarl For nothing there betrayed m But tne b-.atlLg of u.y heart I lie knocked and called, and called me, A -id hi vo;ee, ko cl nr and sweet, It; i '.ld ktiy the bedclothes And tiuuJ ma on iny leet I It drew m.' to th' window; "lie taust b vour," I thought; I raised the winnow softly, Aud, uecpitig out, was caught! Was caught and hhowered with kisses; How many dil he et? A man...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 January 1877

TUE INDIANA STATE SKNTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOBBING. JANUAHY 10, 1877. 5? TT sTV TTT TT? Tfl An Opportunity Seldom Encountered. We hfut hoped to vol l niüking the GREAT SACRIFICE on1 jvfr ruro. hnt ha !nz lx n di.vr',il,,, biiv stock to the desired .!! t are drlveu to auuui'oe another tir.iit'i CL0SIN8-0ÜT SALE! Commencing January O, And continuing until further notice. Our luniu.-tvie stock Is as complete to-day as it has be a tiarin the year, a we always keep well st ked op in ivwn and out of seasrui, hut rrJier than carry nooc: uvcr the huranitr we rave positively Harked Dora Every Article TO EXACTLY NET COST. This rovers absolutely t t rvthlng in the lion sc. and U noteoiidnwl to any single class or Hue of goods. Plain Fisnres In ICod and Iilue Indicate prices and ewrybody will understand them. Koine of the good are worth more to-day than when we iiugbl thtm, Esjwially Silks ami Domestics ! Mnt nil mnt to alike. Plea.--hear in mind mat onn N no shelf-worn, but the largest etoek of Bri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 January 1877

STTPPLBMEITT 1 DEMOCRATS' DAY. Indiana's Voice Keard for tlic Honestly Chosen Candidates. The State Demands a Fair Count and o Lawful President. Hon. George "W. Julian Exposes the Iniquities of the Louisiana Returning Board. Hon. Dan Yorhees Adds His Eloquent Voice to the Genend Cry. Other Well Known Gentlemen Unite in Denouncing the Radical Usurpations. Resolutions Expressing in No Doubtful Way the Sentiments of Indiana Democrats. General Fentnre of the Pay. The 8th day of January, 1X77, has come and gone, bat the momentous events which char acterized it In this city will cause the memory ' of It to linger long in the minds of the democ racy of this state, and the record of It transac tions will occupy a prominent pagein the his tory of national pontics. The inauguration of (overnor Williams was of It; If an event of great interest to the people of the state, and would of itself have Induced a large attendance of citizens from all parts of the state, but it was not of sufficient im...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 January 1877

2 S TT 3? 3? JCj E IMI IE3 IT 1' . Hoar, Wheeler and Frye, in their famous report of February, lVT-ü, in w hich they saj We are clearly of opinion that the returning board ha no riuhl lo ilo anything except to can wish anil ooiuplie the returns w hich were lawiuily uvde to them by local oftieeis, except in esses where they were accompanied by the crtitieates of the supervise or commissioner provided iu the third Motion." I believe no sU'h foundation for the jurisdiction of the board, as the law requires, was laid iu any parUb of the state, and certainly not in anyof ih3 five which have been the chief theater of a!lg hI intimidation and violence. The action o the board i her fore, iu see king to defeat the w ill of the people or Louisiana by rtbfRin.:M!r.3 more than 1 ,C democratic ot-rs. w:im not ouiy a tli'-:niut t-urpation of authority, but a roost unpardonable nil against "lltö habit of obedience to tue forms of law," which tin vMUpz corurulttee of republican; at New Orleans late...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 January 1877

sarr :p:p l e m eit t kMd, but he may have gone out there an a hort of moral rhlebotomist, ßrst, pcrnaj, to aeplete, and then by uomo hiruermic art re-establish the lm-pöeri-hed blood of a whole race ,fpnati rVmnle antuayK. (Laughter ana -tuer. Wno can m-asure the length. nd breadth, and depth, and height of. Morton's stood shepherd nibioo. out tn the thine-e purlieus of the metvopoii;. of CaJiiornia? ,L-ui-.:hter renewed.) K4, Mr. Chairman. I have an abldhn? faith In the sobf r swonil thought of the Aiuerh-an rjple In a matter vt liicl involves the ilurakd of thir institutions and the perpetuity of tlifirinvilviduHllib.Tti.-f. This I say of ihe Krt-at ma. of mv fvllow countrymen, without reference to their past or prwrnl political allegiance. There Lave always been men prominent In the raAnageinciit of political ort;H ulzMtlonti, wio. without character, li.-art. ronvciince or any dfivnt Ketise of responsl i lty,hae cared lor nothing bevond their own seirlMi ends. There are u few su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 January 1877

SUPPLEMENT HENDRICKS'S LAST. The Houses Meet Ik Joint Convention to Listen to Executive Eloquence. The Governor Addresses His Final Mcs sage to the Legislature. An Exhaustive Review of State Matters and Brief Reference to National Affairs. At 11 o'clock yesterday morning the two houses of the h-glslature met in Joint session In the hull of the house of representatives. The room was crowd.-d with spectators, tunny ladle being present. Governor William oc cupied a seat at the speaker's desk. Oovernor Hendricks was escorted to the hall hy the committee appointed for the purpose, anil read hin message as follows: Gentlemen of the Senate and IIou.se of Ileprc-sentatlv-: In this communication I wish to put you in possession, n fully and clearly as I cnn. of the present financial condition of the state, and of Hie nianagciuoni 01 me suvie liisiiiuiious, aim of the several state office during tue past two year. For detailed Information, I must refer you to the several report! herewith Huhml...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 January 1877

f 1 VOL. XXVI, AO 22. ft INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MOKNING, JANUARY 17, 1877. WIIOLE NO. 1887. LATEST BY TELEG&PH. the unr.iit&A. ratL.rl Immk mcl-mtlou. Nr OrlevW, Jn. 15. The following "Was received at a late hour la-t rilit and a copy furnished to Governors lYckr.rd and Kiehoils: W v-hiton, Jan. 11. tvral C. OL Avrer, w O I -aus , It has leen the pvu y of tt administration, to take no part in the cttlement of the question of the nrh;fiil government of the suue of Loniui ; at hast not until the congressional uumiwitu now there have trade their report, but it ii not proper to nit quietly by and the. suite government gradually taken porvsesrion of by one of the claimants for gubernatorial honors by illegal mean.-. The supreme court set ;p by Mr. Nicho'.ls can reoeive no more recognition than any other equal number of lawyers convened on the rail of any other citizen of the stau. A returning board, existing in accordance with the law and having judicial as well ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 January 1877

2 TUE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOllNING, JANUAEY 17, 1877 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY SENATOR M1LRJIAV We can give no good reason for it. but we have thought, in a general way, that John Sherman, senator from Ohio, was const rvative and fair, and disposed to do ahut as near right aa he knew how. He has always Lada prominent position in the radical - party, and without giving him any social attention we had come to the conclusion that he was about as "square', as a rudital ever gets in this world. We hoj-e in the "sweet evermore'' that they will all be made over again and improved, and that the devil will not get the entire part... But we unhappily find John Sherman yet in human mold, as he came from hi constituents in Ohio, plus the effects of over fifteen ears of Washington radical life. Wc believe wc have been egregiously mistaken in regard to Sherman. If he ever had any "fairness, any (what we will call) political charity, any boldness to denounce rascality in his own party, any ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 January 1877

THE IXDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNING, JANUARY 17, 1877. INAUGURAL REMINISCENCE. Speeches Presenting the "Boss Polo" Canes to the Governors. They Reflect the reeling arul Sentiment of the People or Old Shelby On the Ml nation. One of the most 'notable occurrences 5f last Monday was the presentation of canes made from the famous "bo-vi pole' of Shelbyville by the democracy of that city to Governors Hendricks and "Williams. Owing to the pressure upon the Sentinel's columns made by the rerlmthn report of the convention it was impossible to give a full account of the above mentioned event in the paper of the next riioniinqr. In justice, however, to the lion hearted democracy of old Shelby, the Sentinel now publishes the speeches made on the occasion, which are eminently suggestive of the jolitical feeling and temper of the jeople in that section. gpEEt n or HON. ai-oxzo blatr. The lion. Alonzo I'.Iair, on behalf of the Shelbyville democracy, presented the cane to Governor Hendri...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 January 1877

TIIE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOKNING, JANUA11Y 17 1877. Eire tTtX4T-L WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 17. Nn li .tl- holds the fort. The Ixuiiana negroes begin to kick KelJndef David Davis, of Illinois, is sj-oken of fr United ?tates senator. Thse who like to contemplate the latter end of returning board radicalism may t-ee it In Packard's government in New Orleans. Packard has a government that nobc-dy f-cts and few obey. Such is the legiti..;te drift of radicalism supported by retiirTting hoards. - The situation in New Orleans remains enwxinuring for good government. Packard's n.-urping government is still cooped up in the state house, and his adherents are constantly deserting to the other side. The Ashtabula bridge disaster is undergoing a most marching investigation. A Mr. TomUson testifies that '"he wad discharged 'from the employment of the company beViiUMi be insisted on having the bridge 'ütn-nL't'iened according to original plans." fc.ih testimony is unfortunate for the compa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 January 1877

I Tl TV, IXDIAXA STATE SENTTNEI,, WEDNESDAY MOPPING, JANUARY 17, 1877. MISSOURI MATTERS, A St. Louts Corres po-dent Writes of Affair in that City. Iluuicipul Eprleneei-Th Political .Vr nliii M-nt m1 lh Ml!ftjppi Jeltle. .jvLil Correspondence of tho Sentluel.; St. Lorn", Mo., Jan. 10, 1S77. ?C Lout? electors are engustd in the solution of a problem o! government, as well a tLc--e of the throe bulldozed states. An act o: the last legislature authorized the people of the citv to form a new charier lor thtir municipal government; and the people of citv and county to form a "scheme of reparation, under which the city should be withdrawn from any control by count) authorities, the purpose being to try the esiH riment. wniewhat new in the United fcuue, of a ' free city," free in all tiling as to the administration of its own artairs e.Cevl its subjection to the state and general governments. At the election in August, the charter was adopted and the scheme de'iited the enabling act requiri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 January 1877

TIIE INDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17; 1877. G EYEMNU RO. UY SIDNEY LASIER. LoMc. off, dear love, across the shallow winds, And mark t meetine of the sun and ; 3low lone they kls, la siht of all tite lands! Ah longer, longer, we. 2ow In the-ar.aa red vintage melts the son, - As Fvpfs pearl dissolved In resy M ine, And Lh'op.V.ra'H nis?fct drluks all. Tis done! Liove.lay thy fcand In mine. ITojav fortli, sweet ars, and comfort heaven's Jieart; Uliinmer, ye waves, round else unllghted sand; ) Nlphtl divorce our sun and sky apart ever our lips, our hands. PRIDE. I had a little rosebud given to me., I dr-pied It as 1 wore it one fair day; I wonld not ttirn to seek it no; fvr then "fa ere plain I prized it; no I went iny way I had a love'-hrit made my life ft joy, It Minted to falter, one bright s uinmer day I could liAvwun it back whh but a smile; I wuulJn H smilo, and so I v ent my way. 0 pride, thou stealest our most treasured thinirs. ThliiKs v. hlch to gain we'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 January 1877

7 ftOMAXCE. BT 8. W. DE F0K2ST. I woulil I were mighty, victorious, A mnnnrch of fcieel and of gold 1 would I were one of tut glorious Divinities hallowed of old A tioti of the ancient nwwt fashion Who mingled witli women anil men, A deltv human in passion, Trausliuniiin In btrenijth and iu ken. For then I could render the pleasure I wlQ rrom th Kinht ot your face; For then I could utter my treasure Of homage and thanks for your gra; I could dower, iiiumine, and Kladuen, Could rescue from pei ils and tears. And my speech could vibrate and ruaddon With eloquence worthy your ears. You meet me: you smile and ppeak kulty; One minute I marvel and j;ze, Idolatrous worshipping blindly. Yet mindful of d oorous way. You puss; and the filory is ended. Though lustres and Kconces may glow : The podtl ess who made the Kcene splendid lias vanished; and darkly I go. You know not how swiftly you mouuted The throne in the depths of my eyes; 4 You care not how meekly I counted Those moments for j-arl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 January 1877

TIIE IXDIAXA STATE SEXTJNEJ-,' WEDNESDAY MOllXING- JAN IT All Y 17, 1877. s mm i mm ? is BOTTOM PRICES. THE GEAND REDUCTION! AnnooncHl a w-k ago. from Low Prle. t Price fctill Lower is the i'ojmlar Mwliirtln of the IMy. Every artlcw iu the More continues m irkl dwn to EXACTLY MIT G03T. Out stock lä UNUSUALLY LAK(iK for I his sea-soa of the yw, bat we aio coüd to cur it mm, Previous to Invoicing no m'ttter liat the o-t may be. t-on-- dues of Koods, Dornest i, for example, have ndvarv; l sine Iiis closing Out Hai; wm announced, but wo otter Every I"Xoo3 at What It Cot lVhcn PurcIiHcl 2 The Public shouM rememl.-e.r the sale will not Continue rilways. L. S. AYITES a CO., INDIAN A.POLI3. FIN AN CI AL AND M ERCIÄL. MONET Ttf K MARKETS. Urne er hi luiAALrs srvrrsrL, I Tithsday Evxnijig, Jau. Id, l!77. i The condition of the local money market is essentially unchanged, a compared with the week ending Tuley,ttb. Inst. Money Ls In ufficijnt supply to enable the banks to meet with promptness t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 January 1877

sc? VOL. XXVI, XO 23. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY EOPiNING, JANUA11Y 24,1877. WHOLE NO. 1888. A A Tili: LAST WSF- ÜV CHAKLKSt IK K.r, Where the fallow-colon-d hill Juts aeainst a cloudy wreath jray the sky, the ground beneath White with shreds from v inU r's quill Holds a pine of elant girth All alone, a paiienc- Krim . In the jthastly cold, the dim Sifted Huht that wraps the earth; I,ike a soldl-r strictly ehareed Never front his watch to yield : Ijong a?o was hushed the lic-Kl. A 11 his comrades loug disciiar,jsJ ; Solid hangs th- i?y tear, Xamb hlsnrms wlih creeping frost, And liU m'liws four ar" lot In a bitter striie to hear: t ii n moved he kcep-'th pot. Dim of night but list'nius Mill. I,t across the lone hill full the bugles of the host. Once upon a silent day Heaved the tre 'ich breath profound, Air wh carded iuto wuml: Thus the pine was heard to say : "One by one. Though they towered high and wide, Sank my brother by my side; Kell awäy my friend of onih ; Death on th.-in had n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 January 1877

TIIE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANTJABY 24, 1877 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24. ei.ator-Stieijrlit want to settle the whole eved que-tiou with one comprehensive enactment repealing all laws in force authorn'i cities, towns or townships to vote aid to rail road or other private enterprises. The state institutions are taking their turn in being investigated. Resolutions have been adopted by the senate looking to the determining of the amount expended on the new hospital building for the insane; and various questions of expense and details of management in the hospital for the dtraf and dumb. The aomewhat loose practice of issuing city warrants when there are no available f tnidv to pay them has caused considerable trouble in Indianapolis, as in other cities of the Mate. Senator Dykeman introduced a bill yesterday prohibiting the drawing of warrant when the auditor is aware that there is no money in the treasury. WHO ARE THE TAX-PATEHS? The discussion of taxation seems to heat...

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