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

SUP PL EMEHT and the report of the committee, recommending that it lie upon the table, and also submitting a substitute, was concurred in. The substituted bill . was read the first time and placed on the calendar. S. B. 59, to authorize county coram ssioners to purchase books, etc.. for county officers, was read the second time and ordered to be engrossed. Mr. Reeve offered a substitute for th bill providing that separate schools for colored children shall be provided only on a petition of a majority of the inhabitants of the district, the extra expense to be provided byspecial tax; and when no separate schools are provided the children to be educated in separate rooms Rejected yeas, 8; ,nays, 26. Mr. Taylor moved to amend by providing that separate schools "may" be organized the' original provision reading "shall." Agreed to yeas, 28;. nays, H. The bill was then ordered to be engrossed. It provides that where there are no separate schools provided for colored children, the public s...

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

S-TT 3P Xj IE M B IT T ESTRASGED. Borne day she will come back, my poor lost Dove My Dove with the warm breast and eager eyes! How did It fall toward her, my passionate Jpve? Where was the flaw? since flawed It must have been. Or surely she had staid with me, my Queen. HT heart was full of Inarticulate cries Which my heart failed to catch; and yet she strove To cleave to me. Ah, how she must have striven. Praying, perchance, ofltlmes for strength from heaven t But no strength came; and so, one fatal day, Despairing of all help, she went away. And there her half completed portrait stands Tbe fresh, young face, and gray eyes brimmed with light. I painted her with flowers In her hands. Because she always seemed so bright and good, I never thought the studio's solitude Would hurt her ujway. I thouicbt the sight Of painted forms and unfamiliar lands Would be enough for her. she was too mild, Too patient with my painter's life. Poor child! Had she complained at all, by look or tone, Had s...

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

Jt - r AH INMAXAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MOIRXING, MAUCH 7, VOL. XXVI, XO 29. WHOLE NO. 1S.M. ( A KOXO OF THE CITY. HY ItlCHAKD WATSON GILDKR. You may talk of the sons of the pine When a sti:r north-easter blows. Of the play of Hubenstein, Or Thomas's fiddles and bows Of the. rain drops' rhythmic beat. Of the fountain's iivery play. Hut, to me, no music is hall so 6t As the thunder of Broadway. -j Though landlords bully and grind us. And tax ere hard and hin: Though Meet and dust-clouus blind us, . ,H it'u oittitr freeze orfrv: n.r,-h w'ra nrev to "rlnsi" and "reform ers' And living is fast and free. There's a saint at dioner for every nner, And New York Is the city for me. III. Broadway, with its rush and roar, Its fun. and bustle and strife One plunge, in the inlghty current Is a year of tamer life. New York, with its glitter and glow. And flajf to tne Drees aniarit u, "With room and to spare, on lt. n1ndid --T For the ships of all the world. "The Old Cabinet," Seilbner for March . 3 M RE...

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

2 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 7, 1877 WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7. Returning Hoard Hayes, or R. Bradley Hayes, or the fraudulent president. Use anyone of the appropriate titles and you will not be misunderstood. What has stopped the gubernatorial halls over in Columbus, Ohio? Can't the Cincinnati ediiors keep up that special "dancing" train to the capital of Ohio? Wonder how much money Tilden used on Prof. Seelye and Oeneral Barlow, also on Congressmen Purtnnn of Florida and Pierce of Massachusetts. Another million at the outside. . Grant is distinguishing the last days of his administration by arresting editors of newspapers and giving order? to prevent South Carolina citizen soldiery from parading on Washington's birthday. This is the way an outsider sees it. The St. Johns (New Brunswick) Telegraph says: "If the United States can stand the incubus of a chief magistrate elected by fraud 'and perjuryCanada need not complain." They say Bill Holloway is turning up his ...

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

3 THE GRAND EVENT. Citizens' Complimentary Banquet to the Members of the Legislature at the Hotel Bates. Who Were Present, What Was Said and Done, and What There Was to Feast Upon. The complimentary banquet and ball riven to the members of the general assembly at the Hotel Bates last night wa3,desite the unfavorable weather, one of the grandest social events which have ever taken place in the city. The venerable old caravansary was handsomely decorated in honor of the occasion. The corridors and dining hall were very tastefully embellished with festoons of evergreens and the national colors. In order to accommodate the large number of guests, the reading room was con re ted into an additional banqueting hall, and appropriately decorated. The stairway leading t the basement was floored over and an improvised grotto filled with exotics, in the midst of which a small fountain played, was placed thereon. Professor Athhck Smith's full orchestra was on hand, and towards 10 o'clock, when t...

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

THE . INDIANA ÖTAXE SENr47NEL, WEDNESDAY MOItNIXG MAECH 7,'l87 7. TO SUBSCRIBERS. !"! . - .... a r? f ! - - .j.lelivercd bis valedictory, ana me iiiwcuie THE I3TArCiLB.il. INFAMY. regular session of the Indiana legislature ad-j Tlie columns of. the Sentinel have borne -strated by evidence such as always accom-M j'journed. testimony of the national crime that wasipanies divine interposition. M Fl be believed until after the fact is demon-M n, . - - - :y :tf rcxr -rT-u''""-!1'' j i i ..... v .. , Wslrated by evidence stich s always accom-M .V Ws .T::II BmbHcribers whose Ilm has expired wlU please remit at once, or we shall be compelled INDIANAPOLIS BENTIN KL 00. It ig bad enough in all conscience, in these? THE CJK EAT CALAMITY. J'nnnsnnimated hv innen!nlnn in th ranital?' j i j r ... Wm ... 1 j :oity of the republic yesterday, March 5, 1877. ;f closing years of the nineteenth cen-f' j The inaugural ceremonies by which Rather- tury, to play Bob Ingersoll and blas-fc j .! , .T Vord 1J....

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

THE nSTDLVXA STATE SJENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORTGr. MAHCII 7, 1877 TUR KT ATE. Dublin has a first-class scandal brewing. The Milton News has beea absorbed by .the Wayne Kegiater. Kdwardsport ia goinj? to have a "spellin skule;" now for a "debatin cyety." The post office at West Buena Vista, Gibson county, has been discontinued. The new Davies countv court house is to; are an $300 bell and an $500 clock. The stockholders of the C, R. Ff. W. R R. will meet on April 5 at Richmond. The Fort Wayne medical college may nowj be regarded aa a permanent institution. I German town is troubled with a raultiplic-J Itvof candidates for the uorine school ofi that place. The Texas fever is becoming almost an epidemic, and Indiana is likely to lose many good and wealthy citizens. Tjifavette Disnatch: The result of the canal meeting was the appointment of a committee to memorialize congress for aid. Fort Wayne Sentinel: The constables are raiding numerous houses and divesting them of about all the portab...

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

THE IXDIAA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING MARCII 7, 1877. G SEAWEED. Als, poor weed ! The careless tide Hu left thee with his lightest foam; And now a cesert drear and wide Divides thee from thy wlsheo for home. His flow may bear thee back once more. Bat canst thou live thy life of yoreT Als! I, too, am left awhile By her I love. In lightest play. On distant lsves I see her smile, I hear her laughter fur away. Her heart may turn to me again. But can my heart forget the pain ? London Spectator. TOM SAWYER'S PRIZE BIBLE. BT NARK TWAIN. Sabbath school hours were from 9 until half past 10, and then church service. Two of the children always remained for the sermon voluntarily, and the other alway3 remained too for stronger reasons. The church's high backed, uncushioned pews would seat about 30) persons. The edifice was but a small, plain affair, with a sort of pine board tree-box on top of it for a steeple. At the door Tom dropped back a step and accosted a Sunday dressed comrade: "S...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 7, 1877 A POEM BT TO PAINE. IKrom the Magazine of American History.J In the regions of clouds, where the whirlwinds arise, My castle of fancy was built; The turret reflected the blue of the skies. And the windows with sunbeams were gilt. The rainbow sometimes, in its beautiful state, Knamel'd the mansion aroiuid ; And the figures that fancy intlouds can create Supplied me the garden and ground. I had grottos and fountains and orange-tree groves, I had all that enchantment has told ; I had sweet, shady walks for the gods and their loves, I ffad mountains of coral and gold. But a storm that I felt not had risen and roll'd, While en wrapt in a slumber I lay; And when I loook'd out in the morning, behold! My castle was curried away. I paused over rivers and valleys and groves, The world was all in my view; I thought or my friends, of their fates, of their loves, And often, full often of you. At lergth it came over a beautiful cene. Wh...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL., WDXESDAY MOllXIXG, MAltCII 7, 18V i. ? MX, a. ... iw.uaiivrrv (luvt, thev are preaching' impaired - i Western . . . .prime , 14(1- fj eln- ' ,.v. i. f Flour The market U unchanged. We quote . Lake herring, per bbl ... 2 50 3 00v Baltimore Mrkt. . 7 Ol, 7 50! niiTTvnnw Monh S T?lr.iir Dubt HEW DEAL ! n,inJi nritarithstßiidiiisitheincloiu-lJOld wmler fancier At 7 Z.Vn7 75: family, rf 2v& o0;n-Shore lierrtne. rer tlI ti. u.4tii r And the üpnarent reCansmian low grades at 3 754 CO; extra 1175(5 25; su-Jl GUNPOWDER Fair trade at 5 25 per ke54 suiH.ilinef.jfv: 7i; extra &6 fitmily ti 75a 4.,,. .r wiiitvr. Hor murh of stncri-i-ioatliern r..for rifle. U 50 per keg for blasting. 7o: Itio brands of family M 75. BrowiiiWi Wheat Quiet anJl sleatly ; Pennsylvania red t i SI Sa,l 6. Ft . i i . t in.. - rw.Kiuli iru iliiitf r.ri -F. T A mini ft Lull tably lower; hold- 4 iihtjU9K: ssteadv anil r:;ipi lirhL, 3 less to entertain, we ran not my, but...

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

SUPPLE ÜVC BITT THIEVING CHEW. Sent CaoUna Taken by the Radical Thieve. "Wabhikotoit, Feb. 27. The electoral commission met at 10 o'clock. TE. HUKD 0PE9S THE SESSION. Mr. Hard stated that no counsel would appear for the objectors to certificate No. 1, the republican certificate, and then submitted the reasons why the commission should reject that certificate, holding that a republican form of government must exist in a state to give validity to the rote of that state. lie insisted that if legal disabilities or if imtimidation was practiced, the republican form of government was not maintained, and he proposed to show by testimony taken by the house committee that both conditions existed. Mr. Hurd held that as the constitution of 8outh Carolina required the registration of electors, and that the requirement was utterly ignored, the election is void. He next went to the objection that the presence of United States troops in the state overawed the people and prevented a free expression...

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

2 S TJVPDP.JL E IM! IE IST T' . THE LEUISLATUUE. Fiftieth Regular Session. SEX ATE. Monday, Feb. 28. S. B. 75, relating to plank, gravel and macadamized road companies, was read a second time and Indefinitely postponed. 8. B. GS, in relation to camp meetings, was taken up and the report of the committee, recommending its passage, was concurred in. S. B. 81. fixing the fees of county clerks, was read a second time together with the report of the committee which recommends that it lie on the table. Mr. Keeve moved to amend by striking out the words "lie on the table" and insert the word "do pass." The amendment was adopted ayes 20, noes 16. The report of the committee as amended was concurred in and the bill ordered engrossed. S. B. 84. abolishing the various boards of trustees of the benevolent institutions and establishing a single board, was read the second time and laid on the table. 8. 'J. 87 was read the second time and laid on t'.ie table. S. 15. 80. to prohibit the sale of liq...

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

S TT PPL BMBITT. 3 The clause relating to the soldiers' and sailors and orphans' homes was read. It appropriates $34,000. It was adopted. The clause relating to the penal institutions was read. ; It appropriates to the northern prison $S0,000; to the southern prison, $70,000; bouse Of refuge, $53,000; woman's reformatory, $19.000; total, $222,500. Mr. Ilulet mo veil to amend by reducing the allowance to the southern prison to $15,000. . . it Mr. Hall moved to amend by inserting the words "for the support of the officers and inmates." Mr. Overmyer offered a substitute to the amendment, by inserting the words "for current expenses," for the entire clause. Adopted. The question recurring on the amendment offered by Mr. Ilulet, it was lost no one voting for iL The clause relating to the northern prison tu adopted without amendment. The cUue relating to the honse of refuge was adopted without amendment to the amount. The clause appropriating $19,000 to the women's reformatory was read. M...

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

4 A WAIL. BT ATICX MAT QU1WH. Sacred to the memory of M. F. M. fjome back to me, darling, come back from the "Where la silence the frost Jeweled Kranes doth wave; Vm weary, I want you, you have dared to go, .And leave me so lonely, when sorely you know The cruel, cold world ao loveless and drear Is darker without yon come back U me dear. Cms back, for the shadows of grief crash me now, And I long for the touch of your hand on my brow; There's no one to care for me, no one to lore, Oh! why did you leave me for realms above; Bat surely In heaven you can not rejoloe And list to the wall of my ngonlzed voloe. They bade me forget you ; as well bid tbe sun In diurnal rollings no longer to run ; As well tell the flowers no longer to bloom, As bid me forget the dread work of the tomb. Then come to me; surely my love stood the test; Of Its strength and endurance the Lord knowth best. Oh, dreary I'm waiting, the days are so long, But I struggle to light them with soul-eUrrlig song; Still rest...

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

Wm Muh (rlW-fr4Wrfll VOL. XXVI, NO 30. IKDIAXAPOKCS, WEDNESDAY MOUSING, MARCH 14, WHOLE 3STO. 1895. Vor the Bunday Bentluel.J TIIK PRESS. BT JUDO REID. Great moulder of the public mind, Stern monitor of right and wrong. Yet gentle an the summer's wind Which softly wakes the JEollan song. The Ten Is mightier than the 8word" The Press 1 stronger than the crown. And Mind enthron'd, earth's proudest lord Must kneel before and sovereign own. Wake! wake to life the slumbering dead. Tue heroes of the sword and pen! Of those rrho fought and nobly bled, Restore to life their deeds again : Bring bsck from Rlnai's mount of fire The prophet-ruler, tern and bold From Judah's land the sacred lyre, And David's spear and harp of gold. Restore again old Grecia's land, Where Cad mos wrote and Homer Misg; And bring to life the Bpartan band And let their banners free be flung; lie thinks I hear the martial trtyul Of Athens' great and watlike son. Buch men as him are never dead. The hero of proud Marath...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 141877 WEDNESDAY, MARCH It. Grant is going abroad Tia Hell Gate. Hayes onght to pay Leroy out of bis first draw. m HIa Fraudulency is the proper title for Hayes. Feeble minded people like the Journal. Its editorials are so soft Judge Davis got out of the supreme court in time to save his reputation. An educated radical declares that it ia all wrong to address Hayes as "Yon surper." And now Judas Bradley wants divine direction. He deserves divine vengeance. Judas Bradley ought to be looking for a potter's field or a good place to bang himself. The democratic congress jcut adjourned saved the country forty millions of dollars. A council of fcavengers has been called to take into consideration the condition of the white house. Two very black republics. The Haytian is one of them. Bet the Journal can guess the other first time. The Cincinnati Commercial still continues frantically obstreperous at each indication that Hayes's election ...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 14, 1877 3 YOUTH. - Child with the butterfly. Hoy with the ball, Youih with the maiden 8U11 I am ail. Wisdom of manhood Keeps the old Joy; Conquered allusion Leave rue a boy. Falsehood and basene Teach rre but this: Earth tili Im beautiful. Belüg In bliss. Look to my temples Hoary may cling; TU but as daisies Ou meadows of spring. FARM AND HOME. Selected For Its Interest to the Agriculturist and House Keeper. WOOD AND POOR BUTTER COWS. A correspondent of large experience contributes the following to the Scientific Far mer: I understand very well, as probably every man does wbo bandies milk, that there is a wide difference in the composition of pure milk, especially in the matter of the percentage of butter. All ruilk is richer in fcepteiuber than in June, and it varies In this respect in different seasons in the same herd or row. The circumstances which lead to this are many. The cow that is fleshy gives milk richer in batter than...

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

TILE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 14, 187 . 4 TO SUBSCRIBERS. Sobeerlbers whom time h expired will plea remit at once, or we shall be com polled to drop their names from oar fmbsoripUon list. INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL CO. TERMS: One Subscriber one year.......... 1 SO OatM 4 toeertbers, on year, to ob P. O. 6 (i0 m 10 - - 12 00 23 u h h 20 00 Where ten or more camn are ?nt In, an extra copy is given to the getter-up of the club Agents Bending over four names and fl 23 fo each name will be allowed a commission of twenty per cent, on the grots amount of their vbsertptlons . WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14. Some of the papers say Key was once a confederate brigadier. Arnold was once a continental general. Hayes, they say, neither drinks nor uses tobacco. Tt Is strange that such a highly rirtuons specimen of the race should get down to stealing. That trip to Columbus after the Cincinnati convention was not in vain. Brother-in-law Holloway has been recomruissioned as postmaster. Kello...

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

5 A FADED PHOTO. Tlmdey's Magazine. "So quick brWht thlngi come to confusion." bhalterpeare. I hop it's not sljrnlfleant Of Home one gelling tired or Jaded, . But I find some one's photograph Begins to look all faint aud faded. Of coarse I wear It Home one knows. Though not another noul suspects It As close as may be to my heart, Peruana it i the warmth affects it; Perhaps the cold ! I never swerve. I'm faithful as the Roman legions. But now and then some one appears Voyaging In the Arctic regions. Anon a gleam has thawed the Ice, But yet hau scarcely quite leraoved it. They aay that warm neas gtrd the Pole ; But then, you kto ,they haven't proved it. That picture fades decidedly. As dwindles Luna to a ere cent; It looks washed out. Say, does it prove That some one's love is evanescent? r Such thoughts upon these sunless days. Despite my bosom's ardor, strike it. I wont believe the auaury And yet it looks a little like it. Arise, fair sun! revive those tints; Ouroiden plighted troth...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING MARCH 14. 1877 ANSWER FOB ME. BT B, U. STODDA RI. What would I do for jroa, my dear. If I to-dav could be lord ofmy life? Suppose that we both were sitting here, Hen mau tnd womn, nut . hiubtnl ana wife, ;. oald your faded face be fair, and your browWliai nut the wrinkles there would 1 seer Vmild I love vou then m I do now? But you bball answer, dear, for me, I love not easily, love but few ; L.ht conn-, light go, 1j not my way; JSo on ihaa known ray heart but you, And yon not It deeps as you shall to-day. Tut xT hand on it aud feel it beat Where t the oi her impossible she - Can quicken It, kneeling at my feet! Bat you shall answer, sweet, for me. Love Is fore y r, and only one; For when it enters surrendered heads It 1 s the Supreme Master none Can dlpoawi.H him till life depart. And none succeed Him of royal line: Vac tnt the darkened throne raiwl be If dem.latiou should fall on mine Bat you snail answer, love, for me. If I were king...

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