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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 February 1877

3 "OF RICH AS I If AVE. BY 8 WHAN OOOLIDoK. Love me for what I am. Love not for Mike Of some imagined thing which I might be, Some brightness or some goodness not la me, But seen afar by you as eyes that wake 1 -ream of a dawn before tti dawning break. If I to plensp you (whom I fain would plea.se), Reset myselt like new key to old tune, Cnalned thought, remodeled action, pretty oon My liund would slip from yonrs, and by degrees The lo ins, faulty friend, so close to-d jy, Would vanish, and another take her place, A stranger with a stranger's MTUtlneMS, A new regard, an unfamiliar face. Love me for what I am, then, if you may; Hut, if you cannot love nie either way. The Independent. THE END OF EARTH. Bill Green, of Pittsburg, Finds It at the End of a Rope. I.t Hour' Confettwlon and Demeanor of the Prisoner. i Pittsburg Special to the Chicago Times. When the Times correspondent visited the condemned man in his cell last night he found Green sitticjr on a chair, along side of a little...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 February 1877

THE INDIANA ST. ATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 21. 3877 TO SUBSCRIBERS. Wabscrtbers whoso time has expired will plea.se remit at once, or we shall be com pell! to drop their nani$s from our subscription list. INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL 00. TERMS: One Subscriber one year 1 I 50 Club 4 subscribers, one year, to one P. O. 5 00 "10 " " ' 12 00 20 m 20 00 Where tea or more umca are scut ia, a extwa copy Is given to the ajrtter-up of the club Agent sending over four name und II 25 f each name will be allowed a conimi.ion of twenty per cent, on the gross amount of their tborinttons WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21. INDIANA AND TIIE ELECTORAL B1TRM5ti BO A It r NWISDLE. Early in the presidential campaign, and in fact before the first gun was fired, the yes of the whole country were turned upon Indiana. There were indications of a political fight of more than usual stubbornness and fierceness. Parties were finding the dividing line and intensifying its vividness. The radical saw their danger and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 February 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING-, FEBRUARY 21, 1877 THE DREAMLAND SE.I. What matter, thons;h my pilgrim feet May never prent the stranger's land. Or wander lone wher wild wave beat Willi ceast-moan nu ocean's strand? For me expand a lovelier deep. Whose isles in vlsloned beauty sleep, And never ocean waves could betk bright as thine, fair Dreamland Sea. Mv castle crowns the boldest steep, jjy warrtug winds and waters scarred. That seaward leaps and o'er the deep Keeps evermore unceasing ward. Full-irebthted, with their winus of snow. The white ship come, the white ships go, While in the shade of cliff and towers I dream away the gliding hours. With maws foam-flwclted and tossing free, The waves, wild coursers of the sea. Race swtftly to the level Ktrand, And strugltng, die upon the wand. The shelLs that sparkle at iny feet, htranjjo tales of wind and wave repeat, The weird ronnnce, the mystery Of the dark caverns of tke My fairy fleet that long hau lain Close maored in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 February 1877

TIIE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 21, 1877 IKTHDAT VKHSKS. WKITTEX IN A rHII.!)! ALHUM. Twhh sung of old in iiut and ball How oucf a king in evil hour Huns musins o'er his castle wall, And, lost in idle dreams, let fall Into tue sea Iiis ring of ocr. Thon, 1ft him sorrow as he miht, And pledge his daught'rnnd his throne To who r-tored the jwel bright, - Tin" broken spell would ne'er unite; The srim old ocean held hts own. Those awful powers on man that wait. On man. the Iwjrcar or the king. To hovel bare or hall of state A magic rim? that meters fate With each succeeding birthday brin. Therein are et four jewels rare: IVarl winter. Hummer's ruby blae, Sprinsj'.s emerald, and, than all more fair, Kail's pensive opal, doomed to hear A heart of fire bedreamcd with haze. To him the simple spell who known The spirit of tiie rins? to swa , Krerii power with every sunri.se flows And royal pursuivants are thus Tliat tly his mandates to ohey. Hut be that with a slacken...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 February 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 21, 1877 V 1 11 r a. BÜÄY BfcE. FLORA MA KCl AN. I am a child of summer time, A pirate and a rover; I Ring; an olden golden rhyme Of cowslip and of clover. I love the meadow and the rose, I love the tropic weather. And where her purple plume she show I kiss the mountain heather. A citizen of all the world, Jerusalem or Asia, I fly by Moslem flags unfurled, I kls some fair Aspasia. I go where poppies are abloom, I was an old crusader; I steal from lilies by a tomb, I only am a raider. Forever on a pilgrimage In quest of golden honey, I sing my song from youth to age. "Time is the name as r"oney. NEWS NOTES. Talmage is to lecture in Louisville. Eeecher had a big audience in Chicago. Burglars are bothering the Michigan towns. The ice is moving out of the upper Mississippi. "Whips, the Louisville hotel murderer, is to u triad in Mir. 1 ' . . . jä licmgun nas a pioneers society vwui oi I vice presidents. Mike Tillon is to be hung fo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 February 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNING, FEBHUAHY 21, 1877 AYSLOHGER To Buy Good at Cot i"et received 1 Poren Muslin SKIRTS. Ji lozen Muslin CHEMISE, lit Dozen Muslin iJKAWERn, 22 Dozen Muslin NIGHT DRESSES, lught for less than Ue Cotton would cost, '.; t otfcred with our 3IÜSI.IX VS DKIS WEAK M. w selling at COST for TEN DAYS Longer. GREAT SARG AKJS 11. Lace Curtains and Lanr breiuin, Lce Red fit' reads and Pillow fhams iu Ecru and Wlille. -You run buy anything in our FUR HT("at Half-Price for TEN DAYS. Shawls at $2, $3, $5 for 10 Days tT BLACK AND COLORED SILKS at Ixss ti nn Present Cost of Importation. ciTA r.lsrTot of BLACK rASHilERES, ele gant in Shade and Quality, Cheaper than ever peiort. L S. ÄTEES & CO., INDIANAPOLIS. FINANCIAL AHD COMMERCIAL trojrmr an thk markets. i'iCKTHK INDIANAPOLIS MKttTIVKL, I Tn."DAr Evt.nlnu, Feb. 20, 1877. f lu reviewing the course of local financial ntfairs Tor tho week ending this evening, we t.ave. no incidents to chronicle lu...

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

STJPPLBMBITT XLIV. CONGRESS. Second Regular Session. SE5 ATE. Tner Was "o Bnilnm of Importance Transacted in Tbl Branch or ongrM To-da.y. Washington, Feb. 12. The sesolori as rwumwl at 10 o'clock with but few senators present. In response to a question of Mr. Davis, President Kerry said H would not be in order to take rf-cesa except on a question raised In Joint convention. No business was transacted up to noon, the senate awaiting a notification from the house that that body was rearfy to resume the Joint session and to continue the count. At 2i the clerk of the house apper.red at the bar of the senate anu announced the decision of the house that the countin of the vote of Florida hall not proceed in conformity with the decision of the electoral commission, and also notified the senate that the house was now ready to meet the senate in joint meetIn p. Tne senate then proceeded to the ball of the house. The senate returned to its chamber at 4 aS , when legislative business was resum...

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

S U P P Xj B M B 3ST T tained that this tribunal is anything on earth but a legislative committee of investigation. At this point Justice Bradley interrupted I don't think there is a difference of opinion on that point. It is the universal theory, so far as I am informed, that the powers of this commission extend so far, and far only, as the powers of the two houses of congress. Mr. Carpenter In other words then it is agreed on all hands that the powers of this commission are political powers, are legislative powers, delegated by the two houses of congress. Your honors would have relieved yourselves from the infliction of the last twenty minutes if you had announced it early. Commissioner Hoar I did not under; stand that Judge Bradley announced the proposition that jou have just stated. Mr. Carpenter The proposition is to my mind self-evident and so fortified by the constitution that I will stop on a mere suggestion that Judge Bradley has made on the subject Justice Bradley intimate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 February 1877

. S TT IF PLEliBlTT. 3 JUST A FEW WORDS. , BT GEORGIA J A SOUESH. Jsst a few words, but they blinded The brightness all out of a day; Jnl a lew worts, but they 111'tfd The shadows and cast them away. On'y a frown, but it dampen'! The cfceer of a dar little heart ; Only smile, but Its sweetness Check'd tears that were ready to start. Ob that the rules ofonrlivln? More like to the gulden would bet Much, oh! so much more of sunshine Would go out from vou and from me. ALL SORTS. Love! Vojce. JC. P. Oranch In Ilarper's-Magazlne for March. Ab onoe I sat upon the shore. There came to me a fa'ry bolt A bark I never siw before, Whose coming I had failed to note, 60 wappei was I in books whose rales I learned by rote. The stern was fashioned like a heart, The curving sides like Cupid's bow. And from the in ant straluht as a dart. And winged above and barbed below, A pennon like, au airy stream 01 blood did How. Upon tho prow, on either side, Was carved a 8'n.wy Paphian dove; Between, reflecte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 February 1877

I S TT IP PLEME1TT. THE LEGISLATUBE. Fiftieth Regular Session. SENATE. Mospay, Feb.. 12. Mr. Tarlton, from the committee on "banks, reported back S. B. 2G4, recommending that it be amended and passed. Also S. B. 2C5. with the recommendation that it lie upon the table. Mr. Hefron, from the committee on claims, reported back the claim of citizens of Floyd county for guarding prisoners from Orange county, recommending that it be allowed. Concurred in. Also the account of Spiegel, Thorns & Co., with like recommendation. Concurred in Mr. Maxwell. "from the same committee, reported back S. R. 3, concerning the returning of statutes, recommending its ad ption. Concurred in. Mr. Major, from the committee on rights and Privileges, reported back H. B. 42, recommending that it lie on the table. Mr. Olds, from the same committee, reErted back S. B. 147, recommending that it laid on the table. Also S. B. 195, recommending that it be passed. Mr. Taylor, from the same committee, report...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 February 1877

A OT1 AH VOL. XXVI, NO 28. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MOKNIXG, FEBBTJAÜY WHOLE NO. 1893. 3M (7 UKFL1XTIOX. BY W. 8. P. (Hope and Reality.) I go in re rles oft when life grow lonely. Rack tm youth's endearing scenes, Ami pluck ngula the flowers comely, Kilning walks Hnd tinkling streams. Wl;ov falling petals wl'd winds straying i jtught and paved their runny ways; Where larks snd king birds, still delaying, Blended oft their farewell lays. Or. when in dreams I rove my childhood. Trending binding puths around, Where golden nelds and bursting wildwood. Vernal nature's carpets bound, I rue the hope that led me wandering Kvil power that held tlie guiding rein. It tenches man to loathe his being, U.-nds his breast with restless pain. And memory, loht rniles entreating, Wnken dear transports in my bretii-r; Th-se cheri.-hed hours, too light and fleeting, blissful, pure and bright to last; Full often in those days I wondered What the unseen boon I cnTed, Ere love or hat my heart had plundered,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 February 1877

TILE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 28, 1S77 WEDNRBDAY, FEBRUARY 28. THE TWESrV-SEfOXD OF FKBRVABT, No name in history awakens in the minds of American euch sacred memories as that of George Washington, and no history, ancient or modern, presents a character as sy metrical; no name so collassal, growing in its grand proportions as the years roll on and presenting this phenomenon, that while other name grow dim Washington1 mounts into sublimer prominence. This, the 22d day of February, is the one hundred and forty-fifth anniversary of his birth, lie was born on the 22d day of February, 1732, 145 years ago. American by birth. Virginia can not claim him. The grandeur of his achievements makes him the representative man since the days of Mose, and Mount Vemon w not less sacred than Mount Pisgah. He worked for humanity, and as nation rie up and break their fetters and throw off their bondage, they claim him as their own. The home of freedom is the land of Washington,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 February 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 28, 1877 AMENDSenator Reeve Disensses the Proposed Changes in the Election Law, And Corrffta Seine Falne Impression In Regard i UN fcpeeclmf ijitt Friday. To itit- Kdltor of the Sentinel: iK Mach misrepresentation ha.- been iiiaU tf :uy osition on the proposed amendment to the hecond section of the second article of the co..stitution, proposed and icu.-iv:d in tue aetiite o: rriday la.st. Personally, I care nothing aa to what is said. I announced when I betraa lay remarks in thf senate that 1 was fully aware that .he rvuMtion I wa about to assume would be unpopular wiiha certain cla, but having won placed to the i on i ton of a leg :l..tor, l had no ri:ht to comid.-r any personal results, nor 10 pander to any popular prejud ee or pred'Spos'-tion; the only question for m e to eonuier ana act on wa, what would ruo-t subserve and tend to perpetuate our n presentatire republican form of movem ent Heretofore and now the United Slates...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 February 1877

; j TILE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNTNG, FEBRUARY 28, 1877 TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers whoso time has expired will please ivmll a once, or wo thaU bo compelled to drop tbxdr tie mea from our tsuWrlption llst IKDIANAP0LI8 bENTINKL CO. TERMS: T)ae Hubcriber one year......-.- & 1 50 Club 4 TObrwlbPrs, ono year, to one.P.O 5 00 "10 " ' 12 00 20 " "JO 00 Where ta or more nanu an- s-nt tn, an extra copy la given to the gtUT-up of the club Ascent sending over fonr namw and (1 25 to ach name wir bo allows! a commbvdoa of twenty por cent, on the gross amount of their nbscriplloD WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 23. Justice Bradley was sick yesterda. He has a conscience then, after all. Now comes Logan wanting something. tVe do not see how they are all to le pro;ided for. Hayes was defeateil by wer two hundred and fifty thousand votes, and yet he is the president. 'Fraud. Having reached the Oregon ca.se, tle commission decides that it makes a difference whoe ox Ls gored. The struggl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 February 1877

THE INDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1877 THE VINTAGE OF SIN. The Chief Bookkeeper of the Singer . Manufacturing Company Embezzles Over $15,000. Vint's Narr.e Enrolled on the List Great Criminals H s Arreit Yesterday Afternoon. of Mr. Richard Vint, for the -ti-t four Year bead book-keeper and ca--hier of the Singer manufacturing comany nt this .lace, va. arrested at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon by Captains O" Haver and Murphy, on a charge of embez.l?nK ihe company's funds. The amount which he 's ohared with having appropriated to his own use is $15,000, and perhaps more. Vint wvi arrested at his residence, No. XV West New York street. A few minutes after Vint was locked up, a Sentinel reporter visited him in Iiis cell at the Central elation, for the purpose of interviewing him on the subject. To the reorter'.s inquiries Mr. Vint replied: "it is a very painful subject, and I can not and will not anwer any questions." He spoke with difficulty, evidently great l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 February 1877

G TITE 12s 13 TATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOIIN1NG, FEBRUARY 28, 1877 TWO OaiSETA. BMU.Y prailTKB. All love adepts, all faithful hearts who wear In love's Kiviwt prjiu kit iiour of blosoiuing . The full, harmonious colors of his sprlnsr. On, think not when they fall ye shall go bare; T:ik? heart, h ia very mourning still is fair, Ay, tho' the world lis hail of pity flinc. e'uliins; hi scorn, no mwiimr eartNlier thine, Cau match the royal roo of love's despair! Int on hLs weeds, then, ye who feur to sleep, ' lkcau.se ye fear to wake to 3 rie new-blow n ; Ui-e, bear iwevt sptcea to the crave, aud weep IiOe' bdmy tt-ars, there where by Loves o'erthrowu, l. alh leav.t b at ercty ovments In a heap, And love for love stl 1 roil away the stone, j i. Fair frieuds of lov, who fear to fake Lin pay. Collating his service lo, hw joys toobiif. Too much o'eiweit.hUl by his long-draw u Kriel", Try his conclusions, ere e any him nay. What though h h Krvants walk at close of day, Aud hon; sad oouimuutt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 February 1877

I w TILE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 28, 1877 7 f i i "t i TV IL I.I AM I'BASOS II1ITa.ETT. Dead at Pltlsfield, Maw., W6.J BY BHIT IIAKTK. O, poor Romanwr-lhoa bo printed pss". rilled with rude speech and ruder loms Of tri re. Was given to heroo in whose vulgar rae No trace appears of gentler wa and life! Thoa, who wast wont of commoner clay to build Some rousbArchilles or some Ajax tall; Thou, whtwnn brwh too oft was w out to gild Some single virtue till It daz.led all; "What right hast thou beside thi laureled bier Whereon all manhood lies whereon the wreath Of Harvard rest, the civic crown, and here The starry flag, and a word and Jeweled sheath? Seet thou these hatchment? Kuowcst thou this blood Nourished the heroes of colonial days Rent to the dim and savage haunted wood Those sad eyed Puritan with hymns of praise? Look around theo! Everywhere Is classic ground. There Oreylock rears. B-side yon silver "Bowl" Great Hawthorne dwells, and in its mirror foun...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 February 1877

8 OIST lISLfilEEl To Kuy Oooilnai C'o-t. Just received 85 Dozen Muslin HKÜtTs, 2ilo.-n Muslin CHKMISF, lwlK.zen Muslin DRAV KR. Dozen Musdiu MOIil' L-RK-SiES, bought for less thau the cotton would cost, ml offered with cur Now soiling at COST for TKN DAY8 Longer. GREAT BARGAINS I; Jw Curtains and Lan- brequlus, Lsce Bed spreads Riid Pillow shams la Iru and White. " Yoa in buy anything 1" our FUR fT CK, nt Half-Frloe for TKN PAYS. Shawls at $2, $3, $5 forlO Days P"BLCK aNO COLORED SILKH at Iiess laau Present Cost of importation. -WA Big lot of BUCK CASllMUHLS, elegant in Shado and Quality, Chenper than ever fccfore. I. S. AIRES & CO., INDIANA-POLLS. ri:müiALAriOCOMFiC!AL '"ICE -VT IK i VOHNAFOLFS ÄNÜNüi, t TfKfDAY KYICMING. Feb. 27, i--77. I The local money market during the past wi ek lias Worked with comparative case. The demand for loan and discounts has not been in advance of the ability of the banks to supply, and, where acceptable names have been rh-n-d, accommodati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 February 1877

SUPPLBMB1TT. CAPTVRE OF THE LONG POINT TRAIN ROBBERS. Tkey Ar Taken In On the Information of a Prostitute. By Telegraph to the Sentinel. Tbem Haute, Feb. 23. Terre Haute was thrown into a furore of ncitement this morning by the announcement that the perpetrators of the Long Point murder, in July. 1875, had been arrested in this city. The arrests were made by Colonel A. C. Dewey and Captains Brown and Murphy of the Indianapolis police force, assisted by Sheriff Carrico of this county. WHO GAVI THEM AWAT. Information whichled to the arrest was given to the Indianapolis officers by two prostitutes, Jennie and Maggie Williams, who ar now in ycur city. HOW THXT GAIN THK ISFOKMATIOJC. Several weeks since, while these women were inmates of a house of prostitution kept by Chas. St Clair in this city, they OTerheard a conversation between St. Clair and a negro named Alex. Cauthorn, in which the details of the attempt to rob the express car at Long Point were re hearsed. This they related to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 February 1877

S TT IF F Jhi E3 DUE IE ILST T 2 THE LEGISLATURE. Fiftieth Regular Session. 8 EX ATE. Mosdat, Feb. 19. "Mr. Streicht, from the committee on railroads, reported back 8. B. 100, to regulate the transportation of freight by railroad comjrttnies, with amendments, recommending its passage. . ; The question recurring on the motion of Mr. Hefron pending at adjournment, to table S. li. 23, the motion was rejected yeas, 12; nays, 26. The bill was then ordered to be engrossa-i. .Air. Johnson, of Parke, gave notice of a motion to amend rule -J. Mr. Harris moved to suspend the order of business and take up 8. B. 241 on third reading. Agreed to. The bill, which is the one giving another judge to the superior court of Marion county, was read the third time and passed yeas, 33; nays, 2, Messrs. Givan and Maxwell. . H. B. 29, to legalize defective organizations, was read the second time and ordered 8. li. 30, to establish a board of fish commissioners, was read the second time and laid on the table...

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