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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 April 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOItXING, A PHIL 18. 1877 7 COHIXO KPB1NQ. Joyous volees sing t-ong or coming spring, ilow iwefl tbe hound, how pur the melody Kohoes lu the air; Nature everywhere. Long winter-bound, Is straggling to be fro. Every bree that blows, With inccuse overflown, A Jow the vagrant buy appears again i Herd upon Uvh bill Wanderini? are st II Entranced by fragrant odors from the plain. Noises in the wood Break the solitude Whisperings tell of happy days to come; Waten, flere and strong. Join the vernal nor it, Low murmnra weil, and drowsy Insects harn. Meadows wet with dew. flower peeping throngb, H lir.ru Je weli rar, we i n at are 's breast adorn; Pluck them while ye may, Uoon they pas away And fadd ar before the oomlng morn. vVindrllt. TRIUMPH. Wot he who rides through conquered olty'a Rte, At head or blazoned hotH, and to the sound Of victor's trumpets, in full pump and state. Of war, the uiinont piUh baa dreamed or found To which the thrill of trlnrnp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 April 1877

TILE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL,, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AP11IL 18, 1877; MONDAY and TUESDAY LOW PRICED SILK, STUFF and USES SUITS Dolman. Safques Polonaise, Xciv Muslin and Cambric Underwear, TRIMMED WITH TOBGHON LACE. SHAWLS ! SHAWLS. SHAWLS ! IV.clties in Jentlrv, Sew FenaSKT." "M IriiVis. Etc , Etc.. Ele. I Vi. L S.'AYRES .& INDIANAPOIilB. fin IÄKWÄLÄND COERCiAL KARKKTS jr or THI tjTDIANAPOIJS HXWrT T?JsDAT Evxsiso, April 17, 1577. I luri og the Pt week no new feature have been developed In local financial affairs Tlie nurrket is working exceedingly close to all borrowers who do not rate strictly No. 1, while o .rh m are recogaized as gilt edged, money Is sufficiently abundant to meet tlie demand, tlie rates of interest being 10 to 12 per cent. We have no change to note In quotations for counter sales of eastern excharge, tlie rate being 1-10 premium. INDIANAPOLIS CLEARING HO0SK.nrlnri. 'Balance. J.:t S-5 wk ending aLSU.WW.U J" For month o January... For month of February. F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 April 1877

Osv V VA vvvAy VOL. XXVI, NO 36. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MOHNING, APHIL 25, WHOLE NO. 1901. For the Sunday Sentinel.! THE PULPIT. BT JUDGE HEID. Türe, sarred as the Ark of old. The pulpit stands a Pharos tower; Bright are Its rays as burnished gold, Yet soft they fall as summer's shower. High Is its task, and grand Its theme, A soul redeemed from Satan's thrall ; An endless llie, a glorious name For those who heed the priceless call. Before the sun was called to light, When Chaos reigned in empty space, . "When darkness Tailed the sllent'nlght, And Earth had found no path or place The great I Am In glory dwelt For, far beyond the starry sky, Where countless seraphs humbly knelt And worshipped at his throne on high. The Bible, book of God divine, Whose pages glow with primal man ; Whose Era marks the morn of Time, And shows creation's mighty plan. It paints the ocean rolling deep, And nature in its earliest form ; Wlille yet, as in a balmly sleep, In silence lay the thundering storm....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 April 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APELL 25. 1877. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 25. Reports have it that John Sherman will join Blaine. Thb high joint are still pegging away to find an escape for Hayes. The trouble with Venezuela may bring Godlove 8. Orth to the front again, hot as a lime kiln. Cabl Schurz has made a mistake. He will have to remodel his rules; his dismissals and promotions give offense. Tu Madison Courier says that "the 8entinel is a newspaper." Of course it is, Iiepublicans as well as democrats who want the news take it. The Journal and News express the op uion that the council will do a very ioolish thing to-night Possibly, but we prefer to think otherwise. There are seven members of one family on duty in the treasury department at Washington, and they receive $2,000 aggregate salaries per month. Mayor Ovxrstolz, of St Louis, says there is not a hall nor theatre in that city that might not in case of a fire or panic become the scene of a great tragedy. So par Haye...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 April 1877

THE INDIANA. STATE SENTISTEL,, WEDNESDAY MOKNTNTG, A PUTT, 25, 1877. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. FEEDING CALVES. A writer in the National Live Stock Journal for April says there are many considerations which prevent the half million dairymen in this country from letting calves run with cows, and that artificial methods of feeding are a necessity. His vie its upon this point are so plainly aensible that we quote from his article. After remarking that the natural method is only practicable among the breeders of pure-blooded and high-priced stock, and that where milk is valuable it is quite unnecessary to feed new milk longer than two months, he says: after that period the calf may be fed upon tbe skiiA milk and linseed or flaxseed gruel, with an excellent chance of growing a prize animal. In two months the calf will have made an excellent start and be ready for the moderate diet And if the calf is to be taught to drink it is better to do this when 10 days or two weeks old. It will learn easie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 April 1877

THE INlvxA STATE SENTIXEL, WEDNESDAY MOKSTESTG " APHIE 25,187 7. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers whose time ha expired will please remit at onoe, or we shall be compelled to drop their name from our subscripts INDIANAPOLIS SEN"1JNEL CO. One Subscy yeftv, g 50 DDB ibort'Bers, oiM year, to oh e P.O. 5 00 W 12 00 20 00 Wfeere ten or more names are sent In, an extra copy is grven to the ge tier-up of the club JLgents sending over four names and 11 25 fo each name will be allowed a commission of wenty per cent, on the cross amount of their nbscrtrtlons WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25. Packard is said to be a native of Main. -Pity the state can't blush. The rottenness in the New York eastern 'fcouse is said to be fathomless. The money took Packard's field hands over to the Nicholls legislature. Commodore Dick Thompson proposes to go for the scalp of his predecessor in a way that the average thief will despise. Hates, according to late aceoumte, is dis gusted with Fred Douglas. Fred wants to be president,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 April 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "V7EDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 25; 1S77. RED RIDISU HOOD. On the wide Ja wn the now deep Ridged o'er with many a Utrtl heap: The wind that through, the vlne tree sung Vhlle, through the wind'w frostT-staxred Against the sunset purr birred, V, e saw the sombre cr nn hThe hawk's gray flec'I ,n the ikv The crested Blue-Ja- AtZES iwltt. Erect, alert, his hk Kray tail Set to the nort J SSÄl ' It came to , -r-v.-a. lUtia loua 1 , , eud face agaiust the glass, iif it B which the tender dew Thi. yhown, stood gazing through narrow space her rosy lips A -J melted from the frost's eclipse; h, se," she cried, "the poor blue-Jays! t'hat 1 It that the black crow says? The squirrel lift his little leu Keeau.se he ban no hands, and begs; He's asking for my nuts, I know; May I not feed them on the snow!" Half lost within her boots, her head Warm sheltered In her hood of red, Her plaid skirt close about her drawn She floundered down the wintry lawn; ow Strenglins? through the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 April 1877

G TILE IXDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNING. APR1X 25. 1877 A NPLKMin LETTER Sent to the Couituiion by Governor Xicboll. Nxw Orleajs, April 19. The commissioners' report to the preside nt by telegraph today includes the following letter from Governor Nicholls referring to the joint resolu tions heretofore telegrapher: EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, HTATK OF IOVISIA! A, Kew Orlkans, April 1S, 1X77. To the Honorahles Charles B. Lawrence, Jo-at-ph It. Hawli-y. John M. Harlan, John C. Itrown. "Wavne HacVelgh: Ukxtlemkn I have the honor to transmit herewiih a copy of the J Int resolutions mdopud by the general aww-nibly of the btate of Louisiana. In so doing I desire to nay that they express not merely the abntract ideas, but the convictions of our people, -which will be piacticnily executed by them through their representative, their court and their executive government. As the chief magistrate of the state, it will be not only my pleasure but my bout) den duty to give every awHtance in my ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 April 1877

THE IXDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNING APJHL, 25; 1877.- 7 TVIIT THE DOG'S JTOSE I ALWAYS COLD. . BT MADGE ELLIOTT. "What makes the dog's none alwayn cold?" I'll try to tell you, curls of gold, If you will good and quiet be, And come and utanil by mamma's knee: Well, yean and yearn and year ago How many I don't really knowThere came a rain on He a and shore; Its like watt never seeu before Nnr Mince. It fell nnrfiMlnrilnwn Till All the world began to drown. But Just before It Ran to pour. An old, old niau In name waft NoahBuilt htm an ark, that he might save 111 family from a watery grave, And In It also he designed To shelter two of every kind Of boast. Well, dear, when It was done, And heavy clouds obscured the sun, The Noah folk to It quickly ran. And then ttie antmalH betcan To gravely march along In palm: The leopards, t'gers, wolves and bean, The deer, the hippopotamus', Thrt rhtltM, squirrels, elk, walruses. The camels, gouts, the cam and donkeys. The tall giraffes, th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 April 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 25, 1877. XTTm A Ti A T7VJ X12.X iwxaxr We ask the attention of THE LADIES to another large invoice of handsome and stylish fabrics for Polonaise and Dresses. Xew C'oloretl Greuadine, Xew Ulack Grenadine, IN t lfrocade, 3Ioaiqne Cuiperc, Cliexk. IMaU, Stripe, rish-Xet, Ljon Frame. BROCADE SILKS Iff BLACK and COLORS. New Summer Silks. Special and Unusual Itargaius in Black mid Colored Silks from late Auetion Sales. L S. AY8ES & GO., INDIANAPOLIS. Financial and commercial ttOH FT AND THE MARKLTS. TICK Ol" TEX INDIANAPOLIS SCSTWIt,) TCErtOAT Emiso, April 24. 1877. The money market Is quiet, with no dlnturblng Influences whatever. The banks are pursuing a conservative policy, and are extending accommodatrons only when strictly giltedged paper Is offered. The rates of interest are steady at 10 to 12 percent. Eastern exchange Is steady at l-iO premium for counter Bales. INDIANAPOLIS CLEARING HOUSE. Clearings. Balance. for S3...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 May 1877

z VOL. XXVI, XO 37. INDIANAPOLIS, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAT 2. WHOLE NO. 1902. ,? r A A PAXCAHC-n.UiER-IX PARIS. Under an archway he stands every day he la there. The little old pancake man, with his tins, and his cooking-ware; Tossing his batter aloft, a he brays out many a yarn Conce rning the mnklnsc of crepes, which he designates a 1 MacMahon. 4,First, there are eggs to be sifted the country's beut Kilver and gold; If ext. for some flummery-mixture, orlse the matter won't hold; Stir it about with sugar, then pop it Into the pan. And out comes a crepe for the marshal or any popular man." The people around hini laugh "There's wisdom In that!" they cry; For had not old Antolneseen the violets bloom and die? The lilies, too yet there, still there, with his "fwix d'dae," lie praises now, and tosses his crepes a la MacMahon ! . Written for the Sunday Sentinel. A RED RIBBON. . BY MRS. 8ALLIE A. RAM AGE. There were tears irr the little girl's eyes as she came into the church; her cheeks w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 May 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING-," MAY 2.. 1877. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2. EXPORTATION OF CATTLE AND DRESSED MEAT. Within a few years a branch of business has been established in some of the Atlantic ports which promises the most gratifying results to western fanners and stock raisers. We allude to the exportation of dressed meat and live stock to European countries, It is well known, owing to the high prices demanded in Europe for fresh meat, beef, mutton, etc., that only a comparative few of the people can indulge the luxury. It is stated that in March, 1875, the average price of beef in London was 16 cents per pound, which we presume is a fair average for other cities in England and on the continent. The exportation of dressed meat and live stock from the United States is rapidly changing the situation, as in March, 1S77, - the average price of beef in London had been reduced to 12 and 13 cents per pound, a change attributed directly to the introduction of American dressed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 May 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SEXTIXEE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1877 FARM AND HOUSEHOLD." Epgs for hatching may b kept several Weeks in spring in a moderately warm closet, occasionally dipping them in water and changing their position once a week. The American Farmers' Horse Book prescribes for sweeny in horses the use of corrosive liniment, made of a pint of turpentine and an ounce each of finely pulverized corrosive sublimate and gum camphor, well dissolved. Apply with a soft rag to the affected part, rub well, and dry in with a hot iron held near the skin, but not near enough to hurt Where a horse is "over on the knee," or rather, knee sprung, no remedy is so good as proper shoeing. Have the heels of the shoes thinner than the toes, but let them slope gently and gradually. Do not at first make the charge in the thickness very sudden, but keep on increasing it for a few shoeings. The horse will begin to lower his heel by this treatment, and the knees will straighten, if they are at all cura...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 May 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTIXEL,, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 2. 1877. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers 'chose time a&& expired will ples.se remit "at once, or w shall be compelled to drop ttortr names from our subscriptloif list. INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL CO. TERMS: Otrs Subscriber one year . $ 1 50 Cbs 4 subscribers, one year, to oae P. O. 5 00 . jo .4 " 12 00 20 " " " " 20 00 Where tea or more names are sent In, an ex tra copy Is given to the getter-up of the club Agents sending over four names and f I 25 fo ah name will be allowed a commission of wenty percent, on the gross amount of their TobHcrlplion "WEDNESDAY, MAY 2. No yes goes ring to pay. to France. Hayes is begirt' - Ifthte rads want a good deal of money they pile on the assessments. Tax-payers groan. PcvysxtvANiA is to have a law suit for $100,000,000. The richest goose ever picked in America. . Tks newspapers are talking about Sherman's .financial policy. Sherman has had a good many financial schemes, but he never...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 May 1877

THE INDIANA. HELUVJJrtDs BY HEMP. Hanging of a Negro wretch, Which Was Too Good Punishment for Him. X Black Fiend Who Butchered Ills Baby Recnnse It Couldn't Walk. Th most horrible crime in the records cf the state was expiated od the gallows at gpringtield, Georgia, last Tuesday, George "Williams, colored, having been hung for the murder of his infant son William. On the 6th of August, 1875, the partially decomposed body .of a child, apparently about two years of age, was found in the woods near Williams's house. The body showed that the wretched child had undergone horrible mutilation before death. The right foot was burned otf, and the leg shriveled nearly to the knee. The face was badly burned, and there was a deep cut across the forehead, the skull being crushed in. The eyes were terribly swollen, and there was a large bruised spot just below the navel. Despite the mutilation, the body was recognized as that of the infant son of George Williams. He was at. once arrested and bro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 May 1877

6 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1877. IIAXS AXD FRITZ. Hans and Fritz were two iHfutschers who lived side by side, Bemote from the world, Its deceit and its pride; With the ir pretzels and beer the snAre moments were spent, AtdthefruiUof thtir labor were peace and content. Hans purchased a horse of a neighbor one day. And lacking a part of the fVWd a they say Msdeacall upon Fritz to solicit a loan. To help him to pay for his beautiful roan. Fritz kiuilly consented the money to lend. And gave the required amount to Iiis friend ; Remarking his own simple language to quote "Berhaps It vas bedder ve make us a not. The note was drawn npga their primitive way "I, IIns, gets from Fritz feefty tollars today" . , When the question arose, the note lielng made, , "Vlch von holds dot Mper until it vas bald?' "You Keeps dot," says Fritz, "uud den you vill know Ton owes me dot money," Says Hans, "Pot l.h so; It makes me reinem pers I haf dot to bay. Und I primes you dere n...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOENING, MAY 2, 1S77. AN OPEN MX RET. MA&Y A. LATBBCRT. "Anemonel Anemone! Who cleft your pretty leaves In three, A. rul grouped them round your little feet "Iii three a?in7 Who left the sweet. Faint breath of Kprtns? upon your lips, ller flush upon your petal tips? "Who bring you on this April day From far IT sun land, beams of May. And warms the shivering baby shoots Ttiat hid anionic your tender roots? And, when the aorth wind came laut week. Who deftly pie-wed hin puffy cheek. And turned the flying frost be blew Across the hills to balmy dew? And who?" he shook her dainty head (Or did the wind pass by?) and said: 4,The 'frail AneraoDe' has friends." "And wtoo?" But mere the Btory ends. SSU Nicholas for May. ALL SORTS. Great distress prevails in Iceland or. account of the third successive failure of the fishing season. There is serious -talk of draining Okechobee lake in Florida and reclaiming thousands of acres of land. One of th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 May 1877

asm THE INDIANA STATE SENTIKELr, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 2i 1877. HAMBURG EaBHOIOEHIES FR0L1 AUCTIQH SäLE. 2,000 Pieces from Gc to ?5c ler Yard. Less than How York Jobbing Prices. Good Values! Exquisite Patterns! ALL OF THE BEST WORK! Io Trasli or Shoddy! A Cheaper, Better T.ot of JEmbroideriew Xerer was ahown ia this or any other city. L. S, ÄYRES & G9., F8AflG!AL AND COMMERCIAL jf O.VJET A28D THIS JURliETÜ Tctodat Evk.INO, May 1, 1877. We have no new feature to chronicle in the local money market. Money is In ample supply for those who can offer acceptable names, and paper which rates gilt edged is placed at 10 to 12 per cent. Eastern exchange Is selling acnv the counter at 1-10 premium INDIANAPOLIS CX.XARIJCO HOUSK. . Clearings. Baiaooe. u. 43 weeks ending Dec SX.Sll.Syw.a'iO SlO.tUU ,tj Kor month o January 5,602,000 l,(,riuo For month of February . 4,o7,OO0 1jO2.iio0 For month of March 5,xm,iiOJ 1,2,000 For month of April 6 210, 00 2,150,000 Tuesday, May 1 217.UO0 11...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 May 1877

mm VOL. XXVI, NO 38. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MOltNINt?. MAY 9, WHOLE 2TO. 1903, m m m . m m m a a . i i ii .For the Sunday Sentinel. ORUIE. BT WILLIAM WIKT1R, Who cares for nothing alone Is free Bit down, good fellow, and drink with me. "With a careless laugh and a merry eye lie will laugh at the world, aa the world goes by. II laughs at power aud wealth and fame; He laugh at virtue, he laughs at shame; e laugh at hope, be laughs at fear At memory's dead leaves, crisp and here; Ha laughs at the future, cold and dim 'or heaven nor earth la dear to him. Oh, that la the comrade fit for me! He cares for nothing; hla soul la free. For I heed not custom, creed nor iaw; I care for nothing that ever I saw. I am free as the soul ot the fragrant wlue Sit down, good fellow ; my heart Is thine. In every city my cups I quaff. And over my liquors I riot and laugh. I laugh like a cold and turbulent wave; I laugh at the church, I laugh at the grave; I laugh at Joy, I laugh at woe I merrily, merrily...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 May 1877

THE. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING. MAY 9. 1877 1 WEDNESDAY, MAY 9. RrssiA is of tbe opinion tnat she is acting according to the wishes of Enrope. It is not so, but Europe hasn't courage enough to deny it. : Forxiy's Press thinks that southern democrats are behaving better than their northern brethren. Possibly Che troops are to move northward. The radicals of Maine evidently think "Jim" a statesman still. They have elected him chairman of the radical state committee far the eighth time. We say "Jira." Everybody knows "Jim," so we need not add that his last name is Blaine. Jim Blaixk, Chandler, Log3n, Anderson, Cameron and others "made" Hayes president by fraud. Hayes treacherously deserts them, and seeks to weaken their influence and degrade them. Cut we suspect that there is "blood on the moon" for Hayes. Jim Blaine b marshaling his forces for a terrible struggle, and all the simon pure, original "Jacob Townsend radicals will probably aid him. "Republicans say the col...

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