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

TILE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MA11CII 14, 187. MARCH. W. C. BRYANT. The Mormy March la cot at last. With wind, and cloud, an J changing kies; I hear the rudilng of the blast. That through Uie aoowy valley flies. Ah, passing few are they who speak. Wild, storm month I in praise of thee; lt though thy wind are loud and bleax, Thou art a welcome mouth to me. l'or thou to northern land again The Kind and glorious sun dost bring, And thou hiwt joined the gentle train And wear'at the gentle name of spring. And In thy reign of blaut and storm MmllfH nun v a lonir. bricht nuntir day. When the chana-cd winds are aoft and wurm, AnU heavfu put ou the blue of May. Then sing alond the gushing rllla In Joy th t they again are free. And brightly leaping down the hills. Renew their Journey to the sea. Tle year' departing beaaty hides Of wint'ry Morm i he sullen threat; But In thy sternest frown abldea A look of kindly promise yet. Thou bringet the hope of those calm ski?. And that...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING MARCH 14, 1877. f HoTelties in PAHOY JEWELET. JTJ&T RECEIVBD: Hand Embroidered Cuffs, Collars and Band for Underwear. JUST RECEIVED: A Vast Variety of INFANT GOODS-Dresses, Caps, et. JUST RECEIVED: Tae LACE BEDSPREADS and CURTAINS advertised last week. JUST RECEIVED! Another Invoice of NEW MUSLIN. UNDERWEAR will ARRIVE MONDAY. KEW GOODS In EVERY DEPARTMENT ARRIVING DAILY. L S. AYRES & CO., IXTXDI-A.3Nr-A.:POX.TS. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. HOSTET AID THE M ARRETS. jrnnt r thi Ik diamapolis HEWTinkL, I Tvvsuay EVTtmno, Marrfa 13, 1877. There are no new features In the local money market. Currency is in sufficient supply to nable the banks to meet tb requirements of borrowers, who offer unexceptionable "paper, which is plenty at 10 to 12 per cent. Eastern exchange is still sold over the oountec at percent premium. INDIANAPOLIS CLJtARINGI H0TJH. Clearings. Balances. For S3 weeks ending Dee 3Lt41.9W.ono f 10.631.000 Fo...

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

ADDRESS TO THE PEOPLE. Tie Democrats in Congress Issue a Manifesto. Tie Iniquity af the Commluita De clared and tno WbU Caao Beyle-wed. Haw Ilayea Uot the Offic af President. ' Wabhisqtow, March 4. At the caucus of the democratic members of the house of representatives held od March 3, 1877, in the hall of the house, the following address was unanimously adopted, L. Q. C Lamar, chairman; Henry B. Banning and William M. Robbins, secretaries. At a meeting of the members of the national democratic committee held on the third day of March, 1877, th following address was unanimously adopted, A. 8. Hewitt, chairman, and F. O. Prince, secretary: To the American People: We submit to the country the following review e4 event which hare reunited In the declaration that R. B. Hayes hau been elected president of the United States in the late political canvass. Two facts stood out prominently: 1. The republican party true to Its sectional nature, thought to unify the north against the solid sout...

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

m -Tvr rrr 2uT U'r' T T TT . THE LEGISLATURE. In Special Session. SEX ATE. Mojidat, Feb. 5. Mr. Cadwallader moved to so amend as to make the extra allowance to Drapier $200. Agreed to. . , ; Mr. Skinner's amendment was also agreed to. and the resolution as amended was Adopted yeas, 22: nays, 16. , Sir. Johnson, of Floyd, offered a concurrent resolution providing that the trustees of tbe benevolent institutions shall require of the superinndenta of the same detailed quarterly statements of their expenditures, to be filed with tbe auditor of state. .Adopted. , Tending action on the motion Mr. Dykeman moved that the senate appoint . a committee to meet the committee of the .house in conference on the appropriation bill. Agreed to, and the . president appointed Messrs. Sarnighausen and Johnston of Parke. The1 senate then adjourned. ' Mr. Harris offered a concurrent resolution empowering the governor and state officers to investigate the claim of Solomon Claypool, W. R. Harrison and N. B...

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

pended, the bill read a second and third time and put upon it passage. Agreed to, and the bill passed yeJ, 27 r nays, 12. tH. B. 63, authorizing the appointment - of Indents to Purdue university by- county commissioner. - Passed yeas, 36; nays, 2. IL B. 75 limiting eligibility to the office I township trustee to two terms. Passed yeas, 23; nays, 12. ' ' II. B. 83, to amend section 2 of an act coa earning trespassing animals, partition fences, etc- Fassed- yeas, SO; nays. 8 ; ILB. 98, regulating the hanging of doors to public buildings. . A, message was received from the house announcing the passage of H. B. 322 the state house bilL a HOUSE. : H. B. 475. by Mr. Yaryan, allowing juries to consist of any number from 6 to 12 per sons, and authorizing the return of a verdict by the Jury less one of their number, passed ayes, 51; noes, 31. -, - H. B. 376, by Mr. Lanham, prohibiting illegal voting, and requiring a residence of 60 days in a precinct before Toting, passed ayes, 85; noes, 0. ...

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

S TT. P P li IE! IMI-E N"tT . WAITING. With waiting and wishing oar coutv we pare, We wait for the port as we battle the wave; TU waiting forever, from cradle to grave. Waiting for morn, ao serene in Its light : "Waiting for noonday, bo brilliantly bright; Waiting at eve for repose in the night. Waiting for zephyrs In springtime that blow; Waiting for summer and flowers that grow ; "Wailing tor winter and swift falling mow. Waiting is ever the bosom ' refrain In moment of pleasure and moment of pain; Waiting, though stricken again and again. Waiting In childhood for you ths Joyous time; -Ita wilting," aaya Youth, .ut 111 certainly climb . ... The top of the ladder on reaching my prime! In manhood awaiting the time when he may Find rent on a calmer, happier day. When age hall relieve from the worrying fray. Waiting when Fortune aheda brightly her Whencnoice are the pleasure the pathway TnereSways la something to wait for the . while. Waiting In poverty, anguish and grief; Waiting for...

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

t - ? U A. . .Av ---si M in Ii Ii Ii. r '" ' -..-..1 ;v a M . ; i .... 1 A VOL. XXVI, NO 31. HKREXADC Breathe thou but lowly, While I am lowly Wearing thy oottage w charming ami neat strains so't and airy Wake ye my fairy Not from her slumber so gentle and sweet. . i Kot violently Roatle, but gently "Whlnoer O. phy r, throunh leaven of ,he Ume, Ho that thy sighing With my voice vleinz May to the dreamer in unison clume. Dreams are like sln.ging, Down for brin mg Glittering stars from the n .a.uioa above; Song 1 hut fec'.lug Uttered, revealing Innermost throbbing of friendship and love. Ringing or dreaming 1 se thy beaming Features before me and thj form of grace ; Now doubjt torments me, Now hope contents me. That nlso have lu thy dreams a place. Written for the Sunday Sentinel. EVERYBODY'S CHILDREN. BT MKS. KALLIE A. RMAÖ1C "My boys and my girls" are every day the boast of some proud father or mother who imagines that the chPd raised under his or her paternal vigilance is a little ...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 21. 1877 WEDNESDAY. MARCH tl. Hayes will not whack with Newmaa, aad the "president's pew fraud every Sunday. will lot coniam t The News triee hard to kick Morton, bat anfortunately the place aimed at u too high for the Tom The mb legs. Tackard and Kellogg are clawed as machine politicians by the Chicago Tribune. Yes returning board machine politicians Jutit like Haye, the presidential fraud. Bristow and Harlan, like VTatterson, find the "brass-hooped ptgginM bursted "at the founUin." They can join lion. Henry, who is a music man. in the eons of Blue 'grans and daisies." Stanley Matthew suoceedä Sherman. He understand the history of the fraud by which Hares wu made president as thor oughly as Sherman, and will be as earnest in his effort to keep the record from the pub lic. Old Simen's eo, J. Donald Cameron, late of Grant's cabinet, goes into the United 8tates senate as the auoceesor of hia father. It U not generally bettered that....

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

THE INDIANA-STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MABCH 21, 1877 ABOUT THE COURTS. An Important Decision in the Supreme Court Concerning Attorneys' Fees on Notes. Charles F. W. Leanty and Louis Y. Brown, Fort Wayne; voluntary copartnership. Referred to Register Hayden. nprfme ConrL The Naprcme court are now citing the UT(J revision of the statutes, complete In two volumes, by Edwin A. Davis. These books are for pale by the Hentluel company at 90 per volume. No. 4,971. Francis M. Chnrcbruan va, Luther R. Martin. From the Marion civil circuit court. Worden, C. J. Action by the appellant against the appellee upon fire several promissory note9 execute by the defendant to the plaintiff. The notes were all dated March 18. 1875, a' Indianaitolio, Indiana, and each waa for the Say men t of the rum of $133, one day after ate, and all excopt the third boro interest at the rate of 10 per cent per annum from date. The note firsLrounted npon contained the following claus?. 'And 10 per cent, attorne...

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

THE -INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING. MARCH 21; 1877 TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers wbooe time hai expired will please remit at ouce, or we shall be compelled to drop their Dame from oar subscription list. INDIANAPOLIS 8KNTINKL, CO. TERMS: One Subscriber one year S 1 50 CI aba 4 subscribers, one year, to one P. O. 5 00 -10 " " " 12 00 ffl " mm m 20 00 Where ten or more name are sent iu, au ex tra copy is given to the getter-up of the dob Agents sending over four names and SI 25 fo ech name will be allowed a commission of twenty per cent, on the gross amount of their ubscrintlon I iSITTf tT 1 I . v WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21. Thompson is feeling about the naval affair? of the government. He has not yet learned the stem from the stern of a ship. His first question asked when on board of a cutter was, "Wharis y'rsteerin' oar and sweeps' The $2.000.000 treasury fraud does not particularly disturb Washington society. Such things are common in the capital city, and since Hayes has stolen ...

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

THE HSD1AN A STATE SENTINEL, VTiiDESD AY. MOIINING MARCII. 2 Ju 1877 THE SCHOOL LAWS. Acts Passed By the Late Legislature Reference to the Educational Institutions. In The Hon. J. IT. Smart, state superintendent of public instruction, has made the following compilation of all the school laws passed by the late legislature: Senate bill 17. approved March 3, provides that township officers shall be elected on the first Monday in April, 187S, and every two years thereafter, giving details of the manner of election. Senate bill 19, approved March 2, provides that the county superintendent, the township trustees and the presidents of the boards of trustees of cities and towns .hall constitute the county board of education. They shall meet on the 1st days of May and September, and consider the general needs of the schools and property. The change of text books, except in cities, shall be determined by the board, but no book hereafter adopted shall be changed within six years from the date...

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

TIIE INDIANA ST ATE. SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING,- MARCH 21,18 6 1 BETTER FOB fJS TO PART. X wish that I bad never gone astray ' Fo. love alone. To Mat with boating heart. With Miger, fooliMU heart To iove"i soft 'one , , I wish that I had not forgot to pray . , X wish that Ton had never come to nut. With woud rout eyes That lent a charm Uiai day, That bright, Heptember day Not the blue skies Seemed eveu half so blue and fair Ahl m& X with I hod been cold and passionless, ) . Nor stood to drink . j Krom love 'a deep, raptured biles. From love's one, only alas It numb to think Of aU ny deadly weight of bitterness, i i " I wlah the morn n ad never ahone m brigh Ho cold on oh; i "Better for a 10 part;" This wretched, breaking heart Of mine says "Ye." i Why do I start Under tbe pJltd, streaming rays of light? 44 Better for us to parti Bettor that half the world and barriers high stretched dimly orth Twixt several heart like ours. Better t hat corning hours Of tear or mirth S...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY. MORNING MARCH 21, 1877 Til 15 HOLDlxCaVM FAREWELL TO LIFE. (From Um (rmtn. Th burning wound, I be trembling Up wn whit; . , rWrt-throb that falter, ebbing low and low, Wbil tk fair landscape faints from nay dim lht, . That close on th aeene I loved to know; Tbo Um It of all time baa pummt from mo, 4od, M Thou wiltl 1 give m seif to Thee I 1 h golden pietnre floating In the light Of roe y dream that com to u In youth, liar vanished uvw IIa pbautoiu weird Mid whlta, Jn Ui bright dawning of eternal trutli; Hut love ami liberty are mlu iboTi", Forever deuthl- Liberty aud Lore. A nd radiant setaph oVr the shining way, That lead bfymU the stars to Iuflulte, IIa re com to bwr my soul laai would not stay In it adTaiiclnic to th source of Light Among that glorious Company todwell U rapturoua ruelody I sweet Earth, fan well I THE NEW CAPITOL Full Text of the Bill Providing far ihn Erection of a New State House, Leg'stature at List Appropriates $2,000,000...

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

8" r DRESS GOODS! I CHEAPEST, FINEST, BEST Dress Goods! IN THE STATE. Spring Styles Arriving Daily ! L, S. AYRES & CO., INDIANAPOLIS. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL HONET AHB THE MARKET. OmntorTBB Tntjiakapous 8rTTWKl,l Ttjesdat EVTWllfO. March 20, 187T. f The week commences without -change la ihA local maner market. The demand for loans od dlseotaats, without being ex res give, ls of sufficient importance to keep avail able funds well employed, and rates of inter est are steady at W to 12 per ent. Eastern exchange Is selling wer the ceun ter at 1-10 premium. HTDIAW AP0LI3 CLEARING HOUSE. Clearings. Balances, ror S3 weeks ending Dec 30f41.90w.000 flO.K31.Olaj f"or month oiJanuary 5.w2,nno l,w,(x) For month of February dVUM lri.OdO fhnrvdav. Marc ti 1 IKo.OHi 71.U Friday, March 2 22'.,000 9SW Saturday, March 3 - ÄAV 105, Monday, March 5 a,w.Kl ios.ouj TnofdHT. Feh. 278. OJ 10Ö.U) Wednesday, March 7 2VS0HJ 100,0 0 Thursday. March 8 100,000 72,000 Friday. March JSW.UHO 60.0 Hatur...

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

stipple im: iE 2r rr . A MURDEROUS REThNUK. A Chicago Journalist Shot Dead at His Desk by an Outraged Husband. Detail of the Murder of S. S. Jon s by William C.. Pike, on Thursday Last. The Chicago papers of yesterday contained full accounts of the tragedy which vu enacted in that city on Thursday. Prom the Times' voluminous report of the affair the following particulars are gleaned: Murder murder most foul has again added a blood-red page to the long ex'endfd annals of Chicago tragedies. This time the scene was laid in that must scandalous thoroughfare. Fourth aveDue. the home of crimson light, and of women whom array is scarlet aa the garb of her of Babylon. Facing one of the principal palaces of metropolitan arm rues a tall.' thin, shaky look Ing building, numbered 127, and branded in frnt and flink with the legend "Religio-Philosophical Journal " In a small room high up beneath the roof of this loft1 nuilding a tragedy was committed on yesterday afternoon which was unwitnessed s...

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

;.i THE LEUISLATUItE. ; In Special Session. , V SENATE. , , )"' ' . : Mos dat, .March 12. Mr.' Johnston, of Tarke, moved to suspend the regular order and take up H. B. 322. Messrs. Dykeman and Burrell demanded the yeas and nays. The rote resulted yeas, 32r' nays, 10. The bill was taken up and read by sections. Mr. LaRure offered an amendment proriding that the commission shall not be appointed before May, 1878. Mr. Reeve moved a substitute leaving the date of appointment discretionary with the governor, riot later than September, 1877. Agreed to. The section, as amended, was adopted. Mr. Skinner moved to amend by inserting a provision authorizing the acceptance of the offer of the Marion county commissioners and legalizing the same. Adopted. Trie section ad amended was adopted. Mr. Reeve moved to amend so as to require the architect to guarantee the completeness and sufficiency of each part of the work under a bond of $200,000. Mr. Skinner moved to amend the amendment by reducing th...

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

FOB SUN DAT. r I i 4 2 Maxima. " - ADELAIDI A. PROCTKfe 5 - 'f I hold Kim great who, for Love sake, ' Can give with generou, earnest will ' tTet he who takes for Love's weet sake, I think I hold more generous still. I bow before the noble mind That freely norae groat wron? forgives: Yet noble is the one forgiven. . x Who bears that burden well anc lives. It may be hard to Rain, and still To keep a lowly, steadfast heart J Yet he who lose to fill .-i t 1 A harder and a truer part. " ... ; Glorious it is to wear the crown . ,. , Of a deserved and pure success; ' He who knows how to full, ha won A crown wUxe lustre Is not less. Great may he be who can command And rule with just and tender sway) 1 .Yet is diviner wiadoni taught . : ., , Better by him who can obey. . . Blessed are those who die for God, 4 ' And earn the martyr' crown of light; tl . Yet he who lives for (Jod may be A greater conqnerer in nis sight '" Cardinal Manning has given notice to his clergy that no musio taken or a...

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

V S TT 3P IF Xj OEJ : B IsT- T SAINT LAMBERT'S COAL. BT MARGARET J. PRSHTOI. WUd hordes had sacked the minster; scattered Upon the broken pavement lay Thecrah of blazoned wlnaows shattered Jir barbarous knights In wanton Tay, "Who wi ought the wreck and went their way. Across paie, pictur'd face, gashes Showed where their godless blades had thru'. Profane de nance; and with sabes Ktrewn was the altar, and encrust Was ohallce, pyx, and urn with rust. Mo lamp ahd forth its sacred glimmer. Mo loHence breathed its hallowed fume; And as the rudded eve grew dimmer, Hhadows as ghostlylas the tomb Wrapped choir and nave and alale In gloom. Anon athwart the murk came stealing Far-floating of a chanted hymn, Up-oorne in gusts from floor to oeiling. As faintly a procession dim Out of the darkness seemed to swim. Onward it wended nor did falter Till from their mldmoat, one cried "Who Bethought him of the quenched altar? Alas! how guide the service through? Would Ood might light the lamp anew!" ...

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

lb VOL. XXVI, NO 32; INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MOKNING, MAKCIl 28, TYLIOLE NO. 1897. THIS LIFE. BT H. WATT1RHOM. li Joy what thou const, improve tliy brief stay, For this Life is at most but a farewell We gather our goods to see all pass away Then lingering As long as we dare dwell We are called. Ood knows where, away from thin sphere, " Away from It pains, its trials und anguish; .Away from scenes that have caused many a tear. And the heart in deep sorrow to languish. Away from those dear, the cherished of life. Whom) sweet love breaks our heart ut the parting; Away from the strug (le,the sorrows and strife That make life but a woe from the Mnrt lug. Away, Ood knows where, and perhap It U well We are Ignorant of that great hereafter; Wot It may be a place alas! who can tollThat is given but' little to laughter. Perchance, like this lite, it 1 bitterns, tooLike this life, hut alas! mom eternal; Its torments, perhaps, and lutortnre accrue Beyond aught e'er conceived a, infernal. Then a...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 28, 1877. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28. The wife of Avery, the whisky thief, has an appointment in the department of the Interior at a salary of $1,200 a year. Schüre understands civil service reform. The distributing clerk in the Chicago post office has been caught stealing money letters. The amount is but $500, and he doesn't own an iron foundry, so he will probably go to jail forth with. A Washington special says Morton is receiving numerous invitations to visit the gulf states. We presume to examine return- . ing board machinery and give the necessary directions for keeping it in order. The hereditary right of succession of the Cameron clan to the good things i the gift of the Pennsylvania radicals has been recognized, and Don sits in the seat of his father, while the ancient Simon retires to put his defenses in order against the aggressions of the terrible widow. Postmaster General Key seems to be a figure-head in his department. They...

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