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

THE INDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOKNTNG MABCH 28, 1877 A GRAB GAME. The Indiana National Bank Robbed of $25,000 at High- Noon. A Daring Thief Enters It, Reaches Over the Counter, Gathers an Armful of Greenbacks and Escapes. The most cool, audacious and daring robbery ever recorded in -the annals of crime was perpetrated at the Indiana National bank, on the northwest corner of Meridian and Washington stretes, about noon yesterday During the usual lull in business a man ntered the bank by the Washington street entrance, having a long box carefully wrapped in paper under his arm. There were no other customers in the bank, and the man sat the bex on end in front of the counter in the southwest corner of the room, behind the bcreen of which a number of packages of legal tender notes were lying, for reasons that will -be hereafter named. The attaches of the bank paid but little attention to the man's movements, and suddenly he leaped on the box, reached over the screen, grabbed the ...

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

T1IK INDIANA STATE SENTINEL,, WEDNESDAY MOltNING. ÄIAliCH 28. 1877 TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers whose time bM expired will plea. remit at once, or we shall Uo compelled to drop their names from our subscription lift, INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL CO. TERMS: One Subscriber one year....... ...J 1 0 Clubs 4 subscriber, one year, to oae P. O. 5 00 "10 " 12 00 20 " " " 2000 Where ten or more names are sent In, an extra copy la gl ven to the gdter-up of the club Agents sending over four names and fl Zi to each name will be allowed a coramLvilou of twenty per cent, on the gross amount of their Otycrtntlons WEDNESDAY, MAROil 28. Arcc3Ti! Picarw died at Rochester, New York, last week aged 110. He wan an inveterate smoker. EcBom is still sending orders to America for arms and munitions, f war. 'Feed Vm and kill 'em" is tho motto. A WAMiiJWiTos ?per says "Hayes attends the Foundry church regularly." It Tught to convert him into a sewer pipe. . Tue American potato bug has vriwd in Germany. He la not a v...

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

5 TUE OLI CANOE. BT ALBERT l'IKt. Where the rock aw gray anil the shore is steep, Anil the -waters below look iarp and deep, "Where the inired pine, iu its lonely pride, Jjpnr.n gloomily ovt r th murkv tlile. Where ibe reeds aud rushes are long and rank. And the weed grow thick on the windiDg bunk, Where the shadow 1 heavy the whole day through, . There lies at its moorings the old canoe. Tha iiüu)aa n&sL11a ! Ifi 1 V d rftnnwl. Like a sea bird's -wing that the storms had lopped, And cro.-wed on the railing one o'er one, Like the folded hand when the wor U done; While bnsi y baek and for h between Th spider stretch a his ilvery screen. And the solemn owi. wilh his dull "too-hoo," Kettles down ou the Ride t the oil canoe. The stern, hah sunk In the slimy wave, Kots s owly away in its living grave, And the green iuohs e. eeps o'er its dull decay, 11 id) ns Its moidering dust away. Like t he hand that plant o er the tomb a flower. Or the Ivy that mantles the falling towev; ...

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

G THE IXDIA3TA STATE SENTINEIWEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 28, 1877 THE HOME OF .MY HEART. Kot heue in the populom town, In the play houne or mart; Not here la the wys gray and brown. But afar oa the green s welling down, Is the home of my heart. There the hillside slopes down to a dell Whence a streamlet has start; There are woods and sweet grasa on (lie well. And the south winds and west know It well; Tis the home of my heart. There's a cottage o'ershadowed by leave Growing fairer than art. Where under the low Rlopint; eaves No fal.se hand the swallow bereaves; TU the home of my heart. And there an you gaze down the lea, Where the trees Land apart, . Over grassland and woodland may be You will catch the faint gleam of the be From the home of my heart. And there In the rapturous spring, When the morning rays dart O'er the plain, and the morning birds King, You may nee the most beautiful thing In the home of my heart; For there at the casement above. Where the rosebushes part. Will blush...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY" MORNING, MARCH 28, 1877 EASTF.K TUOTGUTS. BT FAÄK BXJTJAVnr, JR. Kneeling beside her 'mid a kneeling throng In in Ulm twilight of the temple, where The Easter buds, scent luden, tilled the air With sweet arom;, and the solemn song, Low chanted, floated through the holy place, I watched the curtains of her melting eyes Tell their soft radiance, and o'er that fair face Btole reverent stillness as with gentle sighs Hins from her sinless lips were soon confessed (Ah fairest saint, were a'! ins but i thine!) Then lifting her whit fjrehead from Its pillowed rent. Turning her sad sweet risag, pare with thought divine. She murmured, bending toward me as I sat, "Cnarles, Mr. Uxnllh yet wears her winter hat!" Harper's for April. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Gleanings From Agricultural Exchanges and Domestic Mamals. 0O5CERNIRO FISH CWLTCRK. Ileport of the Connecticut Fish Commissioners: "There are few enterprises enjoying public attention at the present time that...

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

8 THE INDIANA STATE SENT rNEL, WEDNESDAY MOliNING MARCH 28, 1877. STILL MAD or ; ALL COMPETITION IN Block Silks Colored Silk-S Fancy Summer Silks Brocade Silks, Black CaMlimorc, Black I5riIIia.ttii.eM, Black JI oh air, Black Alpacas, etc WB' Grades in these Roods at tfae Very Lowost Price. BEt.UT.FUL NOVELTIES la DRESS FABRICS t AlXlilVE THIS WEEK. X. R. Hunples by mall only. L S, AYBES & GO., INDIANAPOLIS. FINANCIAL AND COhl 31 ERC1AL OS 1 LSD TUE HARIiETM. rrricTaTTPCK noi anapot.i Sentikex, i Tl KsDAT Evening. Marrh 27. 1877. I The week ending this evening haVdevtfoped no new features In the local money market. The banks are dealing cautiously with their customers, and accommoda'ious are es tended Only t those who offer strictly unexceptional p iper, and this Is placed at 10 to 12 per cent Counter sales of eastern exchange are made at 1-10 premium and the market la moderately supplied. INDIANAPOLIS CLEARING HOUBK. Clearings. Balances. lO.Ml.OOU 1X68.000 ror j; w eks e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 April 1877

AH VOL. XXVI, KO 34 IKDIAXArOLIS, TODKESDAY MOUSING, APHIL 11, WHOLE NO. 1899. For the Sunday Bentinel. HEART BREAK TO MRS. KATK DAYIH60M VlLI.EK, UK INDIANAPOLIS. Ah, go with your cold, coltt coin Tort, It matters not what la said, You cau not undo God '4 doing. You cau not restore my dead ! "Why talk of the saintly patience That calmly can all resign "Will thoughts of another's anguish "Lessen one throe of mine? I ki)v that you offer solace As tender as love can frame; Bat what does it all avail me? The terrible truth's the same. You counsel a holy quiet, "The darling ha gone to Uod": The darling kissed, I fondled, Is ander the churchyard sod! 0 blue, bluest eyes! Whose beauty Made pallid the deepest sky, Was your far away gaze prophetic? Were ye fashioned to fade and die? Who said that the angels In Heaven Amidst of their praise might pause As inward she stole my darling! To marvel how fair she was? Thanks, thanks for the soothing vision : But my desolat d heart is wild. And it p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 April 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTIKEL, WEDNESDAY. MORNING, APJRLL 11. 1877. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11. Hates is afraid to go back on his twin Iraud, Packard, which accounts for the Louisiana commissioe. Oakey Hall's identity is positively established as being the same person as Sutcliffe, of Quebec, who sailed recently in the steamer Victoria, Chamberlain has given it up and gone to New York. There is a rumor that he will go into the practice of the law either in that city or Boston. Hates, the presidential fraud, says lie will reinstate the officials who helped Bris, tow hunt whisky thieves. He will probably wait until Grant is safe in Europe. There is aconhdent rumor from Arkansas that the Bender family of murderous fiends have been arretted. They have been living in seclusion under an assumed name. Dispatches from New York promise something of a decidedly sensational nature in the expected Tweed disclosures. The purchase of five republican legislators for $250,000 is a specimen brick. The Cincinn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 April 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING AP1HL 11, 1877. LIFE WEST WINDOWS. "We stand at life" wont window. And think of the year that have goue; Remembering the coming unwl, We too rnunt remember the morn ; But the aun will set, the day will clone, And an end wilt come to all our wow. A we watch from the western canement, Reviewing onr happy youth, We mourn for It vanished proml.se Of honr, ambition and truth: Hut the hope will fall and pride decay, . When we think how oon we muitt away. We stand at life' west window, And turn not sadly away, To watch on our children a face Tne noontide of sparklinjr day. But our nun mimt et, our lip grow dumb. And to look from our windows our children come. Still looking from life' went windows, And we know we would not nicaln liiiolK forth from the eastern lattice, And live overall lite' pain; Though life' sunrise be brlUlaut, It HUnnet Is Blnce It brings long-for rest to our weary feel. FARM AND HOME. Fact Catbere! for Kami Itender nd for t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 April 1877

TIIE IXDXAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING APRIL 11. 1S77. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Bubserlbers whose time has eipired will please remit at once, or we shaU be compelled to drop their names from our subscription list. INDIANAPOLIS 8ENTINF.L OO. TERMS: One Subscriber one year....- -J I 50 ubs 4 subscribers, one year, to one P. O. 5 00 10 13 00 "20 mu 20 Where ten or more namnt are sen I In, an exIra copy 1 given to the get ur-up of the cluh Agents sending over four name and II St fo weh name will be allowed a com minion of wenty per cent, on the gross amount of their abcrlntlnna WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11. The Donn Piatt case has been r.U?d. Kr.tr Yoei is agitating swill milt once more Tweed baa got to talk, as well ymj, or remain in the Tombs. Grant will finally make Galena his headquarters. The smell of the old tan-j'ard Las not lost its attractions. People who write to the Sentinel or for the Sentinel should give their real names, or save themselves the trouble. The Louisiana commission has h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 April 1877

INDIANAPOLIS PRESBYTERY. Da" Keil-a r That Aogmt Body at Bloomlnitton. ispe-clal CorK1Ponaence ' lne Sentinel. Bloomixuto, a 4 T,he Pbytery of Indianapolis met irt Jhe alnut Street Presbyterian churca at 2:30 10 The Rev. A. Parker, nioJera'r. preached from Eph. Iii., , after whicll be presbytery was constituted with prayer. The roll was called, and the? following ministers and elders found present? Ministers-R B-illentine, A. Y. Moore, D. Stevenson. A. Parks, C. II. Raymond, II. A. Edson, D. D., W. B. Chamberlin, J. K. Mitchell, L. F. Walker, II. L. Ware. Elders J. D Carmichael, Third Presbyterian church, Indianapolis; IL M. Stewart, Fourth Presbyterian church, Indianapolis; D. M. Cantrell, Fifth Presbyterian church, Indianapolis; Thomas M. Hutcheon. Eighth Presbvterian church, Indianapolis; Vincent Carter, Memorial Presbyterian church, Indianapolis; Thomas F. Ryan, Eleventh Presbyterian church, Indianapolis; J. A. Kenntz, Twelfth Presbyterian church, Indianapolis; Richard Owen, Wal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 April 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOllNING, APIUL 11, 1877- G B All III ERM, Between thy life and mine "Ragged and strong, resistless barriers rise; liay after lay they show a sterner front Uplifted to he skies. Shutting me out from thee. Ofttimea ttere corner a blinding in 1st and rain, But through the darkest, thickest cloud I know The tun will (thine agnin ! ' Between thy life and mine Sullen and cold the turbid wters roll; lit-nea tli ihetr angry wave hope 'a -bark wan wrecked Ing e'er It reached it goat, Yet in the quiet deep Faith's anchor hold" fat with Its golden chain Binding two hearts, that else would drift away Upon a sea of pain ! Between thy life and mine Stretches afar a wide and dreary plain; Across the waste we gar.e with longing eyes, 11 art cries to heart in vain; The echoes answer back: In vain. In vain !" and no we turn away With one Ion, shivering sigh of agony. In lo lit lines to stray I Between tby lifo and mine The hand of fate ha woven aonie bright thre...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 April 1877

I THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING,-APRIL 11,1877 THE BOSS STOBT. TnTI Account of Tweed's Escape From Jail. ew York, April 3. Harper's Weekly for to-morrow will publish an illustrated article describing the flightand exile of Wm.Tweed. The following are the chief points of the story. The approaching trial of the great six million suit against Tweed threatened a demand on his cash resources for fees, which he plainly saw if he should fail to answer his remaining possessions were not available to raise ready money, and credit especially with lawyers, was out of the question. His money was gone and hb courage was broken down also.and he resolved on flight as a remedy for his bank ruptcy and his hopeless imprisonment. Having lost the great judges and lawyers of the courts he had created and controlled, he found himself forced to fall back upon their clients, his fellow prisoners in jail. Tweed's messmate in the Ludlow street jail was Charley Smith, the silk smuggler, whose ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 April 1877

TILE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APKIL, 11. 1877. EVERT DAT la an "Opening" In our MILLINERY DEPARTMENT, Which Is now filled to overflowing with EVERY NQVELTYOF THE SEASON. All that is New and Worth Seeing in the Line of Li HUH ERY GOODS We Cau Show You. Ha j 5 IS S are invited to call, whether they are ready to purchase or not. L S. AYR ES & GO., INDIANAPOLIS. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL HÖHET AND THE MARKETS. trrtcK or thi Indianapolis Hknttnil, 1 Tu es da T Evening, April 10, 1877. Local finances ire uudisturbed.and are mov in along without developing any incident de manding special or extended notice. The banks are promptly responding to the de mand of legitimate business enterprises, but are requiring strictly unexceptional names. When these are offered paier is placed at 10 to 12 per cent interest Eastern exchange 1 steady at. 1-10 premium for counter sale. INDIANAPOLIS CLEARING H0UBK. Clearing. Balance. r-r S3 weeks ending Dec WJHlJ. I10.rt-U.000 For m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 April 1877

k 9 ' V vol. xxyi, NO Tot the Hund ay Sentinel. LINES O ItLTYRXIXU AX UM KHELLA. BT BERTHA 8. PuOI.. I'd treasure yon r purse, or I'd keep your bent hat, A lock of vour hair for "low," or all that; Your boot, or a moucholr, your heart, (If It's . looav), Preserved In A bottle and ready for use. There U a FrencV prorerb that qulte'nulta you men, It's trite, bat It'a trV: "JAhW, m'ahw auH ftvm eAiru," x But, rendered by you, V 'would read plainly, I , ee, ' Wahne, m'itim autti nvort ytnutivit." I dare ay my honesty will bo quite vain ; You never will mini It, It nev r will .aln ; If the law hold In your cane, in thU leant Of orlmew. Till gem may have changed hand at leant seven time; Ho fur back Its original owner la 11, i Or wan thrown overboard when th Ked Hea wan c roused. Unparalleled um ! ThU hall be then oX truth. Untramracled by politic reasons. In aooWi, And for all after time be It known, my dear "feller," . ' t - One peron on earth has returne! art. "um broiler," For (tie Su...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 April 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 18. 1877. WEDNESDAY, 1. Michisak bu a temperance armyM.OW trong. Thx Ohio legielatmre wltt hang ox till the XOlh inst . ' Johv B bo 9s ha if is to make, a farewell Uw f the country. Wollt Was wan trials are still proßv-eaßfng in Pennsylvania. A few to mc Medical college recently turned omt 12 women II. D.'a. Thx. New England Methodists are tili lighting Hayes's (wttthern policy. Jak En Gordon Bkkkktt has ordered his yacht Dauntless into European water. Packard maintaina that he will make It warm for Hayes if the troops are withdrawn. St. Louis is considerably raked np by the big fire, and hotel architecture is being discussed. SaiTAToa Pattbhsos, of South Carolina, dare not go home, so says the New York Tribune. Stealing small children is getting to be of auch common occurrence as to alarm many people residing in large cities. Mcllttt has got back into government mployment Sherman did it, and the people will pay for more bad archi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 April 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; WEDNESDAY MOENTNG APRIL 18." 1877. .Various Yivaefon VUlwua. BometlJOe we eaeh faint (rlimpsea, In our stillest midnight dreams, Of angels swl glrm censers, wafting nilstwreatlu o'er blue stream. . New York Herald. Then Ihe vapory vestals vanish, and the centers pale and psss. And w catch a gllmDse of fairies bringing lax-t in blue glass. New York Graphic. Or, perhaps, aa rise the vapors and the nilstwreaths circle hlzhr, Tis onr wile's voice break the hnn with: 'Now get up and oulld the fire!" Ht. Loots Republioan. And aaln, perhaps the warning lnt plainly understood. And we snujslv snooxe while she is whacking up the kindling: wcod. Worcester Prem. Ana tu snoozing may h lUiet, with delicious fairy dreams, Til the chollo waKes the baby, and the llttie fellow screams. j FAR. VI AM HOME. Item r Interest for Ihe Farmer ad Housekeeper. Cut scions before the bud swells. Do not graft until the buda begin to swell. Necessary pruning should be done before vegeta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 April 1877

TO SUBSCRIBERS. may Subscribers whose time has expired -will please remit at once, or we shall be compel JPSj to drop their names rrom our subscripts A INDIANAPOLIS SENTIN CO. TERMSl One Subscriber one 3"eRr , 50 ubs 4 subscribers, one 3ear, toonel.V. 5 00 " TC m " 12 00 . 30 " s 20 00 "vThere ten or more nair are eßl in, an extra copy is gYvea to the e'tter-up'cf the iclstb Agents se aiding over Mr neanee and 11 fo each nsime will be aSowed a commission of wen.ty per -cent era the frowramounto?thelr ubjcrlpttons WEDNESDAY, AFRIL 18. Akxa Dictissox has another play in which there is nary a hug. m Kks. Chamberlain is now in hopes that D. II. will not be assassinated. The notorious-Laura D. Fair is again te fere the public in a law suit ISoMKBf DY wants Wade Hampton to vfriie a book. Let us have his message first Massachusetts' contemplates turning her penitentiary into a shoe manufactory. The "Illuminator" has a conumdrum on 'free journalism," but a '.'cheap gas" con undrum would be ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 April 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SEXTDsEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING APRIL 18. 1877 LIGHT FROM GREEN. Home Note Taken Daring a Trip . Throngti Green County lpy Ieerlptlons of People ant Tiling. Special Correspondence of the Sentinel.! Bloom FIELD, April li The wealth and intelligence of this county ives it prominence among the southern tiers of the state. The county is divided by White river in two about equal parts. The eastern portion is heavily timbered with walnut, poplar, beech, white oak and ash, which now find a ready market on the line of the new narrow gnnge railroad. Lime and sandstone of excellent quality for building purposes are abundant, and red hematite iron ores are found in great deposits 25 feet in thickness, extending over an area of not less than 150 square miles. Coal of good quality is also found in various localities. The west portion of the county is well timbered, in part with a variety of oak and hickory. One-third of it is prairie, high and rolling, while ot tiers are wet and lo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 April 1877

TUE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TTEDNESDAY MOKNTNG, APKIL 18, 1877. G A TALE OF TERROR. The Story of the Fire Which Consumed the Southern Hotel at St. Louis. Particulars nf the Appalling Calamity Which Fell Upon the Sleeping Guests.. Terrible Scenes After tha Dread Alarm Individual Accounts of the Awfal Disaster. Gleanings fromme Ruins The Latest Hews Regarding the Horror The List of the Lest and Losses. fTom pi led from St. Louis papers of yesterday. When the first Globe-Democrat reporter armed upon the scene, which waa within few moments after the sounding o' the first alarm. . '.1 that could be distinguished was a lurid light over the hotel which seemed to proceed from abot the ceuter of the building. Peopl were running to and fro upon the streets, and the fire carta were runibllnt; In from all directions, but apparently the occupants of the hotel were wrapped la fclumber. As yet, their terrible danger was on. unknown to them. But the flre wm makinac its way rapidly through the upper...

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