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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 January 1877

THE IXDLVXA STATE SENTINEL,, WEDNESDAY MOllNING, JANUARY 24, 1877 BY FIELD AM I'LMD. "Where water Yushes over rocks, At'd trout within the eddl. lay: Where lu the morn, the wilduucks Üork To feed and gambol through the day, Oh come with me, bring nnl and line, We'll gently cast the luring fly. Wherein the brook the trout doth shln, A greedy bite, he's doomed to die, Anf then ain, before th sun Has overtopped the "astern me. Ids, "We hide onrselves, with doir and gun, On mine stn-mivs point h'iihhj the reeds. Mark" teal, they come, p-ak not a word, They seem t" doubt our Iragile blind, Thy turn, we Are, and drop our bird, i:eloud, then, bid good -lash""KO find." And now -we chase the mouulnln tn With yelping doss ami gun In hand, Whose foarful leajis, from eras to crag. Show man the strength at his command. Jlf nears the pastf, he ruxhes through. He strives to c ear the waterfall; We raise the "piece" with aim so true, That in the leap he downward falls. Oh. this is life, the life of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 January 1877

TUE 1XDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, 'WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUAliY 24 1877 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21. Only two democratic senators will oppose . the plan. Senator F.dniundi will consent to no amendments. If the plan does nothing else it will split the radical party. Grant ha whly determined to continue t do nothing in Louisiana. t'Utei Justice Waite declines peremptorily to b an electoral vote referee. There will be much senatorial eloquence expanded ujon the plan to-day. F.ven John Sherman can not follow Morton in hi blind and partisan rage. How many city warrants are outstanding? If any one knows, pray let him speak. Another engineering expert has aided to mjstify the Ashtabula coroner's jury. The electoral plan will reach a vote "Wedti..1rv if the tenatorial eush can be j -- dammed. ' The chief danger to the electoral bill seem.? to be from amendments and conse client delay. So it appears that Kdmunds annihilated Morton in the caucur. The process may be repeated in the senate this week. I Mort...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 January 1877

THE INDIANA, STATE SENTINEL, lWEDNESDAT;-MOKNIKrGtt JANUARY 24, 1877 THE ELECTORAL PLAN. Tue Vice President Elect Expresses Himself as Satisfied of Its Fair-, ness and Efficiency. Mr Hendricks Thinks the Commission sosed Ftlly Empowered to Settle the Difficulty. ProTh"? absorbing topic of political di.u.-ion in Indianapolis, a throughout the country for the laat few days, has been the plan for the solution of the presidential dispute framed and reported by tlie joint committtc of congress. A fertile topic of discussion has Iwcn how the settlement proposed would Mrikc the gentlemen most interested, and tho sentiments of Mr. Hendrieks regarding it have been a subject of frequent and anxiouj inquiry. The emphasis of this inquiry justified the Sentinel in so far waiving considerations of strict political etiquette as to -etk to ascertain the judgment of the vice prc.-ident elecL Accordiniy, a representative of this paier, having been favored with an apiKiintment, called at Mr. Hen lrick...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 January 1877

Tilt: IXDLVXA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MOBNING, JANUAKY 24 1877 G I, JANTAKY ) Winter! Frozen pulse'and heart of Are! What loss is theirs who from their kingdom turn , . Dismayed, and think thy snow a sculptured Of death ! Far sooner In midsummer tire The Kt reams than under ice. June could not hire " , Iter roues to forego the strength they learn In keeping on thy breast. No linn can burn bridges thou dost lay where men desire 2n vain to build. O Heart, when lve's .tf u goes To northward, and the sounds of hinging cease, Kwp warm thy Inner fires, and rest in peace. H'e-p on content, as steeps thy patient ro. Walk boldly on the white, untrodden snows, The winter is the winter's own release! II. II., in January Atlantic. For the Sunday Sentinel. OCT OF THE DEPTHS. BY MKS. fALLIE A. BAMAuK. It was lunch time in the composing rooni, and the sharp click of the type ceased for a time while the men gathered about the hot rolfee and mince pies. It was a bitter nipht and the streets were ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 January 1877

i THE INDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24, 1877 THE REPORT. 4.od Advice Given by the Committee. 'Washington, Jan. 18. The following is the rejort of the committees of the senate and house of representatives appointed under several resolutions of those bodies to prepare and report such measures as ma be best calculated to accomplish the lawful counting of the electoral votes and the best disposition of all questions connected therewith and declare the result: The committees say they have considered the subject named In the said resolutions and Lave Lad a full and free conference with each other thereon and now report the" accompanying the bill and recommend its passage. "We have applied the utmost practicable study and deliberation to its study, and believe that the bill now reported is the best attainable disposition of the different problems and disputed theories arising out of the late election. It must be obvious to every person conversant with the history of th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 January 1877

TILE INDIAXA ESTATE SEXTIXEL, WEDNESDAY MOrtNIXG, JAXUAHY 24,1877 77 MAY INTF.RF.ST THE LADIES! We havojon'Jsand a I .arge Stock of fIX); BLACK OP.EMABIES I Which would rather sell at Net Cost than Invoice. TbinklDg that the Unusual Low Prices mny Induce customers to antlc'pate their wants, wo shall place them on the C nttr Counter MONDAY, January 22, t-FOIl OXE 1VEEK OXIA Sa Before we measure and mark them for inventory. There is no question but that these goods will be very much higher in the spring. Cull and see thorn. X. 15. Our Kegnlar Clearance Sale in ia Full niast. L. S. AYR ES & CO., I2T3DI-A.it APOLIS. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL HU5ET AN THE WAJtUITTS. 4JriCKOF HS INDIANAPOLIS SüfTISSL,) Tuehdat Evkni0, Jan. 2o, 1S77. f The w'M'k closes with a good demand for money, which th banks Are supplying at 10 to 12 percent. Eastern exchange rules steady, and th ban ks report counter sales at 1-10 premium IXPIAHAPOLIS CXKARIJfG HOCSE. Clearings. Balances. Kor S.1 weeks end...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 January 1877

i ZjJzj T vi' : r rr ' 'i r VOL. XXVI, XO 24. IXDI AX APOMS, DXESDAY MOPvXIXG, JAXUAKY. 31, WHOLE XO. 1880. Come, brothers, fill a flowing bowl, Rin tli glavse, yours with mine, And let the chorus fuller roll. Cheering the heart, tilling the soulPass, the laughing, kissing wine! Overhead now owing your planne, Radiant with the rosy wine, Mirthful as oar loving lasses. Drink their health as round it pa.est fuuny aa the good old Rhine! We leave behind m all our books. All our tutors learning fine; We will not sit like ancient rook. Moping ever in dusty nooks We will qua AT the glowing wine. Let him who will read day and night From his bones the flesh will pine, And from his even will nee glad sight; Hut for utf tls Our delight To learn the lore that comes with wine? Now, brothers all, sing loud and long See the fflatwes bow they shine! '' Aud to old Bacchus cheers prolong i-"or all thoe glorious words of song ' 1 1 iirrah ! for the grand Rhine wine. 1 - THE EDELWEISS. BT MA RG AK KT E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 January 1877

THE IXDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31, 1877 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31. That Floyd and Clarke county court has finally been bulldozed. The Inter-Ocean asks, "What is a legislate idiotT' Well, Logan, for instance. Reports Lave it that Turkey has snubbed Kngland. John Bull, squirms. The Turk smokes. soirrii CAKOLIXA. The Atlantic for February contains an article under the caption of "The Political 'Condition of South Carolina" which will very general attention throughout tu tktÄ r,,,,- f attract theountrv. The ostensible purpose of the writer, whose name is withheld f-rn the public, is to treat the the rabieet fairiv. and give his readers re liable data upon which to arrive at just con elusions in regard to the material, social and political condition of a state upon which the curse and blight of radicalism have fallen with nnpaialleled severity. While this may be said of the article under review, there is in it much to lead to the conclusion that the writer, though si...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 January 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING; JANUARY .-31, 1877 3 ; Hess of this people, lie referred to the l example of republics elsewhere, and asked was it not worth risking something In order that the great experiment of a republic ol law monz ntea should not fail Mr. Dawes withdrew the amendment submitted by him In regard to defining tlie power of the tribunal to be created. Mr. Sherman said he felt hurt that the senator from Vermont had manifested such feelings toward the senator from Indiana (Morton . and hiiuself. siuce that senator had made an indirect statement against them.. He rshermanl demanded a separate trial. His friend from Indiana (Morton) was abundant lv able to take care of himself. He slier man; never thought of charging his friend from Vermont with treachery. At the outset of his remarks of the day he expressed his appreciation of the motives of the committee. He disclaimed having used any terms of reproach. He then renewed his objections to III' pending bil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 January 1877

THE INDIEK Av STATE SENTESTELr,( DTESDAYIOIINING JANUAHY 01, 1877 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31. THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY AN U THE LAW. To obey the law to be law abiding is a fundamental precept in the democratic creed- The democratic party, from its ery foundation. Las evidenced a profound and unwavering reverence for constitutions and laws. Democ ats believe sacredly that in obedience to the constitution centers the existence of republican institutions. Hence the democratic party has submitted quietly to unjust laws and erroneous constructions of the constitution. It has resisted with all the ability it could command revolutionary innovations, appealed to the constitution, pointed out the old landmarks and put forth its mightiest energies to hold the country to its ancient moor-. Ings. But fanaticism on more than one occasion has been triumphant, and the country has paid terrible penalties for the departures. It I one thing to obey a bad law and quite another thing to applaud it. The first ma...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 January 1877

Kind Word. Crawford County Democrat. We direct the attention of ur ead er ta the prospectus of the Indianapolis Sentinel, in another column of this issue. This paper is of intrinsic merit to this country. The reputation of the Sentinel is too well established to require any encomium at our hands. The Sentinel is .undoubtedly the leading democratic paper of this state. All those of ' otir readers who want to read a staunch, unflinching democratic paper, should subscribe at once for the Sentinel.- Obstinate minus must surrender and admit the wonderful cures of couphs, colds and bronchistis effected by Dr. J. II. McLean's Cough and Lung Heuling Globules. This new way, new principle, producing a gas, going direct to the affected parts, is the only remedy. Trial boxes, 25 cents, by mail. Dr. J. H. McLean, 314 Chestnut street, t. Louis. . ; You say consumption can not be cured. It can, by this new principle, new way, Dr. J. H. McLean's Cough and Lung Healing Globules. The healing gas gene...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 January 1877

TIIE IXDLVXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY 'MORNING, 'JANUARY 31,1877 ALLMNC'IIEK. 17. BY BRET HA KT V.. Her' yer toy Walloons! All sizes. Twe nty ct-nts for that. It rles Jest an quick as that 'er-. Miss, Twice as big. Yeteeltis Some mora fancv. Make It square Kitty for 'em both. That's fair. That's the sixth I've sold since noon. Trade's reviving. Ju-.t as Mion As this lot's wnrktd off 111 take W holesale Agger. Make or break. That's my motto! Then I'll buy I n some first olaxs lottery ; One half ticket, numbered right As I dreamed about last night. That'll fetch It. Pont tell nie! When a man's in luck, you see. All thim; help him. Kvery chance Hits him like an avalanche. Here's your toy balloons. Mis. Eh? You won't turn your face this way? Mebbe you'll be glad .some day! With that clear ten thousand prize This yer trade IH drop, and rise Into wholesale. No! I'll take Stocks In Wall street. Make or break. That's my motto! With my luck, Where's the chance ot being Muck? Tall it sixty t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 January 1877

TIIE INDIANA STAATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31, 1877 THE GOLDEN MILESTONE. UJNGFELIOW. Leaße are the trees; their purple branches Hpread themselves abroad, like reefs of coral, f Rising silent - In the Red Sea of the winter sunset. From the hundred chimneys of the village, Like the Afreet in the Arabian story. Smoky columns Tower aloft into the air of amber. At the window winks the fiirkerins: fire-light; Here and there the lamps of evening glim- - mer, Social watch-fires Answering one another through the darkness. On the beach the lighted logs are plowing, And like Ariel in the cloveu pine tree For it freedom Groans and sighs the air imprisoned in them. By the fireside the old men seated, Seeing ruined cities in the ashea, Asking sadly Of the Past what it can ne'er restore them. By the fireside there are youthful dreamers. Building castles fair, with stately stairways, Ask'ng blindly Of the Future what It caunot give them. By the fireside tragedies are acted, lu whose ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 January 1877

WIE INJiiAKÄ .STATE SENTfNEJ,, WEDNESDAY) MORNING ' JANÜiVBY 1,1877 YET AGAIN ? WE MENTION OUR GREAT CLOWIT SALE Err article selling at aud Below Cost, as not t ! following: 337 Pieces LadieV and Children's FJ3 U 3 L 1 N U U D EK17EAR To be closed oat M prlees Le- than the material could be purchased for: ' Drawers Skirts - Chemise Night Dres-ies. ...&) cents to J-'l M ...00 crnU lo 6W ...70 cent to 4 00 . cents to 9 00 miee Good are ia ail Hiaes.of the best material, and beautiful:?- mad-. a 12 IMeee French HAND-MADE TJNDERWEAR The -.ufhing and embroidery all being done Oy hand, Sold l ont. OXE-II-ILF pasici:: M LavcU at. .... Sh.'twl at 14 Shiwls ht - 110 Paisley SrrwN at Cost. . 1 2 00 3 00 L. S. AYRES & CO., INDIANAPOLIS. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL HOSKT AND THE ARKETV " OJTICF Of TBI IXDIAItAPOf.H SrMtNXX, I ' Ti'KiDAT EvKNiNti. Jan. o0, lo77. I -rii jw ! evi.Ientlv a he it or r'eeiinar in tinaa cldl circles, though the loral money market 1 .tili working c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 February 1877

i f VOL,. XXVI, NO 25. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MOHNING, FEWIUAHY 7, WHOLE NO. 1890. AT HE A. All day I sit and watch the tireless waves of drear mid-ocean 'neath a leaden sky. They snrge and mount and tons their foam Then sink in sullen wrath to hopeless graves, on high, Aimless and vain, an Ineffectual strife, A weary whirl it seems that lead to nought ; And gloomy fancies press the chilling thyself a picture of thy life! JCot thon the shoreward wave, whose fruitful haste Store up rich spoil to strew along the sand1. . Of pearl and shell and wreck from farotf lands. Found drifting here and there upon the waste Nor the bold breaker thou, whose maddening till fiele lushes its life out Into the snnting spray; Nor heeds nor halts, so It but lind a way To carve Its message on the waiting rock. But look! Quick breaking the horizons gray, A sudden burst of Kiiuwt spans the sea, A golden, solid bridge, that even for me Brings near the glrrious goal, and is the way. Written for the Sentinel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 February 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7, 1877 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7. THE CONSTITUTION. The New York Graphic as a daily picture paper has succeeded ia obtaining a general circulation throughout the states. Its -litical cartoons have been intensely radical, and the Graphic as a partisan sheet has sought more industriously to effect its purpose by addressing the eye than the reason, judgment or conscience ot its patrons. To what extent its efforts proved a success we have' no means of knowing, unless we take the vote in the city where it is published as a standard of measurement, ia which case we should conclude it was not sufficiently flattering to warrant any additional investments in the political picture business. Our purpose, however, in alluding to the Graphic, was not to criticise its picture gallery, but to t all attention to its outspoken distrust and blatant denunciation of the constitution of the country. In this regard the Graphic is eminently consistent a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 February 1877

THE INDIAXA STASTE SENTTXKL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7, 1877 INTER-COUNTY WAR. The County Seat Difficulty Between Brazil and Bowling Green. .Sentinel Representative Interview Clay Cennty on the Kubjeet of Ktauw Death. Special to the Sentinel. livvLiXG f iEEEJT, Jan. 31. At this pla.'e I find the excitement to be intense over the removal of the county seat and, as they say, consequent death of James Shaw. Humors of his team being followed by three susfiicious horsemen, who were seen to furiousy ride up and dismount when he was thrown from the buggy, and to immediately remount as soon a they found him dead and ride as furiously in the direction from which they came are, circulated and believed to a certain extent. It was ascertained that Mr. Herr, who accompanied him. came up lei n rely and would pay no apparent attention to him beyond taking possession of his (Sbaw's) revolver, apjcarini: to care nrich more for his own comfort, and also that be. so far from beinjr bruised, had no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 February 1877

THJß IKDIAXA STA'E SEXTIXEL, WEDNESDAY MOIIXIXG EEBRUA11Y 7, 1877 4 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7. RADICALISM IX AlTOKTIOAMESiT ACTS. It is the trick of the burglar when, after hiding away the swag, and the officers of the law are drawing dangerously near to it, to distract attention by 6hrewd devices of various kinds. The Journal, in discussing the apportionment act, is adopting the same tactics. In yesterday's paper it skipped " away among the southern states to show that some of them had not given the radicals a fair proportion of representation in the southern state legislatures. It did not seem to have much to say about the Indiana apportionment act except to ceaflirm its fairness, or, as it put it, "its substantial justice." If this is true, we again ask the question. Why did not Governor Bater sign the bill? We think we demonstrated btyond any doubt that the bill was unfair.infamaus in ib attempt to disfranchise large bodies of citizens, and is part and parcel of the same rascally cl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 February 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL,, ; WED'NESD AY MOBNING, FEBRUARY 7, 1877 FARM, GARDEN AND HOUSEHOLD. Hint Information of an AtrlrnlViral and Domestic Character. HOW TO KEEP HOGS HEALTHY. Correspondence Colman's Rural World. A.bout five millions of hogs were slaughtered the season that has just closed. This is about one hundred and twenty thousand hf ad more than were slaughtered in 1 . Probably no farming business is paying better than at the present time than raising hoes. It behooves farmers to bein now to make arrangements to produce a pood lot of hogs for fatten njr purposes for the fall of 1877. It will pay to get good hogs, to take good care of them, and use every precaution to keep them In perfect health. If one has scrawny, sickly pigs or hogs hanging around the premises he should knock them in the head for they will infect the balance or have a hospital in which they can be put, and fed and medicated separately from the balance; and keep them there till they become thrifty. W e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 February 1877

THE INDIAN A STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 7,1877 G MI AH OWN. BT J. CHEEVER OOODWIJ. Just across from whore I live f A live-pair back) 1 a window small Which tooks, like min, on two dry yards, A pattern of fence unci that is all. I have a neighbor over the way . Ouposite sex (I breathe it low; But whether she's pretty, or young, or oUL, To tell the truth ,1 do not know. For the window I sing of, strange to say. Has alway its curtain clonely drawn ; .Never 1 nnd it put aside At nightor noon, at dusic or dawnVeil that no eye may jcntrate, What is concealed behind its fold Lies an hidden as shrines of g-ls iiarded In temples in days of old. Only when Night her curtain draws, Shadows come on the snowy screenFlowers in pots and a curly bead Ozten I see above them leuu. That is all. No romance there. Nothing but shadows I ever see. I 'reams are, however, on t-laalows built, Many the dreams that come to me! hH-s she know that I watch her here? Ir she knew would she angry be?...

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