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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOBNIKG, FEBRUARY 7, 1877 rOOD FOR THE KICK. Fvomf Vefnl Hints About Appetizing DUhe for Invalid. sprlngfleld Republican. "then forced to lie upon beds of pain, a tempting dish U often more agreeable to us than anything else but the cheering visit of the doctor, or the sweet syni pithy of friends nd their kindly oi&ring of flowers. And, indeed, it is often more desirable than even these pleasing Attentions, for life frequently depends entirely upon the nutrition of the body. Yet one will turn with loathing from a cup of badly prepared beef tea, and the leathery toast an the tlnck, disgusting bowl of porridge, which so often compose the bill of fare for the sick rooni.and are not attractive to the palate. A school for teaching nurses how to cook would seeni to be qcite as desirable as the lectures given to thenc at llellevne hospital, for hardly one in ten can even give a patient a cup of tea redolent with the true aroraa. "Not a cup ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 February 1877

TILE XNDIAXA STATJ3 SENTINEL, WEDISTESDAY MOHKIKa, FEBRUARY 7, 1877 8 OVER 1,000 NEW PIECES -OFEMBHQIDERY! Most Complete Stock in the City. NEW DESIGNS! NEW GOODS! ." Cents to lcr Yanl. CORSETS ! CORSETS! Every Popular Make at 25 per'c-ent. than usual. LINENS: Big In;ainf In Napkins, Towels and Spreads. Jui.t in, a lull line of Genuine Turkey IUtH, Verv Cheap. Buy now, Ijefore spring Mock arrive, for Prices'will certainly be htgner then. BLÄS3KETS ! A Ijrj;e .Stock of ""ine Blankets, slightly soiled by dust, consideraoiy below Cost, to close them out. Oar Great Clearance Sale Continues! L. S. ÄYHES k CO., FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL OXET AND THE MARKETS. t mrs or the Iiraixy apolis kinttnkl, i Tl'ESDAT EviSKfO, Feb.tf, 18T7. I The local money market continues lo work moderately easy, witli a demand for loans and discounts that keeps the loanable funds of the banks well employed. Accommodations how ever, are extended only when the paper offered is strictly gilt edged and at rates that r...

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

S TT P-EIi'-EM-SEK T .2 COUNTING THE VOTE. The House and Senate Meet In Joint Session. riorltla Reached and , the Conflicting Return Referred to the Trlbnnal. Wasuisotojt, P. C, February 1. Justices Miller and Field were the first of the jiulsce to arrive. Jhey entered without Jonuallty and took chairs to the left of the main aisle. At 2 minutes past 1 the speaker Announced the arrival of. the senate, and the member of the house, at the spt'gker'n tap, arose and remained Mantling while the senate, preceded by its officers. Hied down the .main aile and took e&U In the first four rows on the democratic side of the chamber. The president of the senate took a chair, having the spealcer on his right. When the senators and members were stated the president of the senate said : "The joint convention of the two houses of congress lor countinsthe votes for president and vice president will now come to order." I'erfect hilence followed, and the president of the senate continued: "...

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

re?. Wilkinson, Call and others, and to the decision of the supreme court in that state. He argued to be sustained by the authorities, citing, among other authorities. High ..nn.i!nurir TTYiii?;pi section 7. race CAliaviuiuai j av""-- " w 60. The returning board he regarded as merely one step in the autuority Dy wmcn of the- elections were rn.ide, the final determinant authority ;i k n-r oiinivpil in maV'p a word for the occasion), provided by the state "of rlonda was the supreme court, therefore, unless the primary determinant authority, viz. the board, is conclusive, not only in its action, v iar ai th PTtpnt of its power, then we must regard the proceedings in Florida nvnr v.o riinn tit thpw electors as a part of that determinant power which the state has provided against fraud ana niegamy in ii,ur r.f Mr. Tucker s artruient the commission took recess until 3 o'clock. AFTER RECIWv. Mr. Kasaon addressed the commission. He said: What is the case before us? First, a certificate come...

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

S3TJ PP 'L Hr:B:2ST T & announcing the signature of the pre siden to H. B. 116. House bills from 275 to 372 inclusive were read and referred to proper committees. Adjourned. X SOATL Friday, Feb. 2. The senate went into committee of the whole on the bills and resolutions relating to the question of interest, with Mr. Straight in the chair. Mr. divan moved that the committee rise and refer the whole matter back to the senate without, recommendations. Agreed to. The concurrent resolution to allow the financial committees of the two houses to employ clerical help was read, with thereport ot the committee recommending that it be adopted. Mr. Harris moved that the matter be referred to the judiciary committee, so that inquiry may be made as to the authority of the assembly to employ such additional help. Agreed to. fc B. 3, providing for the repeal of all laws and parts of laws authorizing the levying of a money poll tax, was read the second time and recommitted to the finance...

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

S.UPPLBM E1TT THE 1 OÜSE BELOW THE IIII.E. BY MRS. S. M. B. 1'IATT. You ask me of the farthest star. Whither your thought can climb at will. Forever questioning child of mine. I fear it Is not half ho far As is the house below the hill. Where one oor lamp begins to shine. The lamp that is of death the sign. Has it Indeed been there for years. In rain and snow, with ruined roof For (iol to look through, day and night. At man's despair and woman'i tears, While with myeelf 1 stood aloof, As one by some enchanted ri?ht Held high from any ghastly sight? One of mv children lightly sid, "Oh nothing, (Why must we be stillt Only the people have to cry ' Ikn-ause the woman's child Is dead There in the house below the hill. I wish that we could see it fly, It has gold wings, and that is why!" Gold wings it has? I only know What wasted little hands it had. That reached to me for pity, but Before I thought to give it oh, On earth's last rose bud. faint and wtd, Ts cold than mine had been, they s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 February 1877

JA tuü VOL. XXVI, XO 26. IXDTAXAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MOKNING, FEBlUJAliY 4, WHOLE XO. 1891. Al'LD LAXG STSF- BY JOHN W. CHADWICK. It singeth low In every heart. We hear it each and all. A song ot those who answer not However we may call: Tliv thron? the silence of the brea.st. We nee them as of yore, The kind, the brave, the true, the sweet, Who walk, with us no more. T's hard to take the burden up. When these have laid it down ; Thev brightened all the joys of life. They jurtene1 every frown: But oh, 'tLs good to think of them. When we are tempted sore! Thanks be to Ood that such hav been, Although they are no more! More home-like seems the vast unknown, since ihey n..ve entered there; To follow thei wre not so hard, Wherever they my fare: Tliey can not lo here Uod Is not, On p.üjrscaorslicre; W hate'er betides. Thy love abides. Our God, foreverniore. For the Sunday (3entinel.J WHO ARE THE SUPERFLUOUS WOMEN? BY MR.. PALLIE A. RA MACK. Kvery woman should have a trade or a profession." d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 February 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL,, WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 14, 1877 "WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY U. THE STATE A' ITS IJirEBESTS. " There are indications that the friends of progress will be compelled at no distant day ti gird themselves anew for a renewal of a conflict in which hitherto they have gained signal triumphs. At the centennial exposition, and during the Centennial year just closed. the people, regardless of state lines, were by natioanl pride moulded into sublime unanimity in proclaiming the giant stride of the young republic in all departments of human progress. The wilderness had been subdued, iron bands linked the remotest sections indissolubly together, the mightiest rivers had been bridged, across the summits of mountains highways of travel and commerce had been hewed out, or their broad base tunnelled. Population had increase! from three to forty millions. Flourishing cities had taken the place of pioneer trading posts, a system of railroads had been constructed that made the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 February 1877

THE INDIANA, STAETE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOBNIKG, FEBRUARY 14, 1877 BREAKING A BANK. After a Series of Defalcations, the Cashier of the First National Bank of Franklin Absconds. He Abuses the Confidence of the Farmer Stockholders, Absorbing the Capital in Private Speculations. Over $100,000 of the Funds Filched and Consumed in Operations in Chi cago Margins. At noon yesterday the doors of the First National "bank of Franklin, Johnson county, were closed by James Forsyth president, and Wm. McCa&lin vice president, who took the keys into their possession. Had the quiet town been suddenly shaken out of its noon-time torpor by the convulsive throes of an earthquake, the inhabitants would scarcely have been thrown into a greater state of excitement than they were by this unanticipated event. The bank, ever since it was founded, bas been regarded as the bulwark of the business of the place, and was generally looked upon as impregnable to disaster. What was the meaning of the cl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 February 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1877 TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers whose time has expired will please remit at once, or we shall be compelled to drop their names from our subscription list. I?DIANAPOLJS SENTINEL. CO. TERMS: One Hubwriber one year..- 1 1 50 Clubs 4 subscribers, one year, toone r. O. 5 00 m jo " M 12 00 20 mm m 20 00 Where ten or more names are sent In, an extra copy is given to the getter-up of the club. Agents bending over four names andfl 23 fo each name will be allowed a commission of twenty per cent, oq the gross amount of their inscriptions WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14. DEVASTATIOX BY IXSECTS. Facts are said to be "stubborn things," and the average investigator of facts finds the fact established beyond question. It will not do, however, to give up the struggle or relax our efforts to overcome stubborn facts if they stand in the way of progress, or endanger life, health or possessions. It is set down as a fact that - in the year 1375 ten thou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 February 1877

THE INDIANA STVTE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1877 THE OLD KTOKY. BY ALICE CAKY. Tb vmtlnst women wait it ber ft. Aixt Xtie clay is fading into the uliilit, Andrkse at her pillow, and round and sweet, Tb red rose burn like a lanp alight. An under and over tne i?ray mUCh fold ; .nd down and down from I lie moKsy eaves, And down from the sycamore' Ion? -wild, leaves The Blow niln droppeth ho roll, so cold. Ah! never had a deeper .uletpso fair: And the waltitue wdWii that weep around Have taken the combs from her jioluen hair; And it lidetl over lr face to the ground. They have hidden the iltht from her lovely eye; And down "the eav a where the mosses prow The rain t drippfcig no flow, so low. And the nigfrt wind cries and cries and cries. From her hand tkeyhave taken the shining They have brorght the linen her shroud to make; O, the Urk she van never so loth to sing. And The morn she wan never so loth to wake! And i their newing they hear the rain Irtr-drop, dip-drop ove...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 February 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOIINING, FEMIUARY 14, 1877 G ii:Li:riioxi: isTtRViEUs. An Innxloallve Inlfrylfwcr Taken the Opinion of fh Country Through the Art' Invention. Boston Correspondencr of .the Philadelphia Times. Hion the editor of the Tin.es told me, on Thursday, that he wanted me to interview all ihe prominent men in the country, I began, in my mind, to pick out comfortable sleeping car births, and, also in my mind, to pack six very large Saratoga trunks. But it wns not to be so. "The telephone," said he. "You can sit in a telegraph ollice.where the wires come in, and talk with anybody 'at the other end of the wire. You can hear his voice can even distinguish hia voice, if you know it from a hundred others. There are many of these telephones about the country. Nearly every man of prominence has a telephone in his houe. But the onlv condensing telephone is in Boston. Here is a list of the notabilities who have private telephones, and here is a thousand doller note...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 February 1877

THE IKDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOKNTNG. FEBHUAHY 14, 1877 NOTES. The Pittsburg Post wants a new trial of its libel suit. Rear Admiral Allen died lately at San Francisco. Alton, Illinois', is holding a 'jig revival in a billiard saloon. There are 2,500 masonic lodges in the United Kingdom. California hai been blessed with an unusually heavy rainfall. Young grasshoppers have made their appearance in Texas. A Missouri girl lately married her second husband at the age of fourteen. A brother of Jim Nye has just died in Nevada of softening of the brain. There is a proposition to erect the Black Hills country into a new territory. There is but one white man in the Packard branch of the Louisiana senate. Memphis, Tennessee, is six months in arrears to its iolice and fire department. Hi"hwavmen relieved the treasnrer of haginaw, Michigan, of $300 Saturday night. Pat Gleason fell 200 feet from a bridge in Nicholasville. Kentucky, and was crushed beyond recognition. Kph Hollond. the Cin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 February 1877

TUE IXDIAN A STATE SEXTTXEL, . WEDNESDAY MORNING- FEBRUARY 14, 1877 SILKS! -AT THE SAME OLD PüfGES Notwithstanding the ADYAXCE OF 83 FEH CEVJT. In the Raw Material la France. DRESS GOODS AT Less tten it Cost to Mate Tbem. Ceili meres, Serges, Ele., Jn all the New Steels and Oreys, selling at Actual tont. Our Remnant Tahlo Is literally groanh: with Desirable Goods from all over the Department, wiling for a onz nimost. TI E INVOICE this month, and are striving to close oat at hat we can L S. AIRES & CO., INDIANAPOLIS. "itfANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL t ii.yj:y and the iarketn. OfHCKOFTH IfTDIANAPOI tS HUNTM I-, I Tuesday Kvhjiivo, Feb. 1:1, 1877. i Then-are no new developments in monetary affairs. The bitnki nr well supplied with currency, and are metuln; tlir want of the regular customers at 10 t Vi per cent, but borrowers to obtain accommodation. arc retjuired to present strictly gilt edged paper, which placed at 10 to 12 per cent. Eastern exchange is In ! im I (til supply, but...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 February 1877

S TJ IF IF Xj IE IMI ZE3 3ST. T THE DECISION OF THE FIFTEEN. . Fnll Report of the Great Setret Region. ' By Telegraph to the Sentinel. " . "Washington, Feb. 7. The first decision ' has been reached by the final tribunal, and for various easons it is not one over which the democrats can rejoice. It is difficult to understand at a distance just what is the exact force and effect of this decision ' without some inside knowledge of how it was reached, and in order to snpply this I will .narrate briefly what passed in the recent session. ' WHAT WAS DOE IX SECRET. On assembling yesterday there were some moments of. profound silence, all present seeming . to fully realize the great responsibility of the occasion. THE FIRST SPEECH. The first to speak was Senator Edmunds, -who took the republican ground, , maintaining the principle that the commission could not revise what had been done by the state . board. THCRMAS'S SPEECH. Senator Thurroan followed in a long discussion, of the equity invo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 February 1877

STTIFIFJEIMIIEILsra:1 2 TUE LEGISLATURE. Filtieth Regular Session. SENATE. Monday, February 5. The senate met at 2 p. m. The journal of Saturday's proceedings was read and approved. Mr. Winterootham introduced S. B. 242: Providing for the building of a new state house and levying a tax for tbat purpose. Keferred to the jo;nt committee on public buildings. It provides for four comrai sioners, to be appointed by the governor, two of whom snail Be of opposing politics. It shall be commenced in 1877 and finished not later than 1SS3. The governor is to be the fifth member, and president ex-ofßcio ol the board, and it shall require the vote of four members to adopt a plan or let a contract Mr. Hendricks moved that 8. JJ. 150 be taken from the files and referred to the committee on insurance. So ordered. Mr. Underwood introduced 6. B. 243, mating legal certain assessments on lands for plank and other roads. Referred to the committee on corporations. Mr. Givan offered a resolution requestin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 February 1877

STJPPLBMB ILST T Mr. Teed, from the committee on the organization of courts, referred back the S. B. 241. The bill was read the second time and ordered to be engrossed. It is the bill providing a fourth judge for the Marion supelor court Mr. Streight, from the committee on railroads, reported S. 11. 95, regulating the transportation of freight and passengers on railroads, recommending that it be laid on the table and printed. Agreed to. S. R 203 was taken from the table and placed on the calendar. 8. B. 224, creating the Forty-second judicial circuit, was read the second time and ordered to be engrossed. Mr. Wilson, from the committee on temperance, reported back 8. B. 262, amending the liquor license law, recommending that it pass. 8. B. 20, establishing a superior court for the county of Cass, was read the second time and ordered to be engrossed. 8. B. 201, to establish the superior court of Allen county, was read the second time and ordered engrossed. Mr. Sarnighausen Introduced ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 February 1877

SUPPLE lsL TAYLOR'S Tit AM P. He Swings Around a Limited Circle and Wanders Hack to Franklin, Where H8 Appeared Yesterday, Barefooted, Crazed and Nearly Penniless. He Claim That He Took Xo Money If Ith Ulm, und Says He W Driven Wild By Rtuione. x Special to the Sentinel.J Franklin, Feb. 9. Just before noon today the people of Franklin were thrown into a fever of excitement over the rumor that R. T. Taylor, the absconded ;ashier of the Frst National, had returned and was at that moment in the office of Dr. P. W. Payne. The news was so startling that it was scarcely credited at first, but ia a little time it was verified, and then a thousand and one questions were asked, which no one seemed able to answer. Up to this time the people of this city had not been annoyed to any great extent by sensa tional rumors set afloat in regard to this miserable affair, but when it became known that Taylor was in town, and no man could tell how and when he came, the tongue of rumor began to wag, and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 February 1877

JA VOL. XXVI, NO 27. IISTDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORXIXG, FEBllUAJtY 21, WHOLE XO. 1802. TO Our more among Ihotfs rieb and golden strings Wunder w itlj thy warm arm, dear Irl, so pul?; A:id when at last from thy sweet dLscord springs The aerial music, like the dreams which veil Earth's shadows with diviner thonghU mid thinxs, O. let the piisslons and the time prevail. And bid ihy fpiiit through the innzea run; For Music is line Love, and must be won I O. witke thi rich chords with tby delicate lingers! , loose the enchanted music from mute, sleep! M-thinks the fine Phantasma near thee llu uerx. Yet will not come, unless tone strong and deer Compel him. Ah! raethinks a low aven-j gers Kequite njon the heads of those who ween Tli" sorrows which they Rave) the sullen thin IwrUthee, as thou itft'wt tho vanquished strlu. Kt., no; it eoines; sweoter than death or life, swter than hope or joy (beneath the moon), weeterthan all that Is harmonious strife, Kroiu whose embrace ! torn a perfect t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 February 1877

THE .INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 21,1877 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21. The Bradley swindle is what they call it. The widow Oliver is trying to make Simon -wig-wag at 78. Dudley Feld continues to be the thorn in the radical side. The Chicago Tribune is likened to an old hen that wants to set. J. Madison Wells is the last canonized saint in the radical calendar. Bradley is exceedingly fond of perjury. He prefers a big lie to truth anytime. The decrease of the greenback circulation in two years is se t dewn at $70,962.321. Two dollars have been contributed to building a monument to George D. Frentice. It is now believed that the interests of Hayes are entirely safe in the hands of Bradley. Bradley indorses fraud, and is therefore just as good a radical as he was before he became a supreme judge. Representative Purman, of Florida, a radical, comes out and takes his stand by the side of General Barlow, and says the count of Florida by the returning board was a swindle, a...

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