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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 May 1877

TIIE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TVTEDNESD AY MOKNTNGr, MAY 0, 1877. ICATK tl. SFKNDTjrKItT. The fault's not mine, yon understand; OoJ shaped my palm so I cau hold Bat little water in my hand. And not mnch gold. FA SIE. Such king of shreds have woed and won her, Huch crafty knavet her laurel owned, It lias become almost an honor Not to Decrowned. EPICS AND LRYICS. It sometimes chances that the Ktannchest boat lines down in whereon a leaf might float. "What ponderous epics have bten wrecked by Time, Since Herrick launched his cockle-rhells of rhyme! A CHILD'S grave. A little mound with chipped head tone, Thegras ah me! uncut about the sward, Summer by Bummer left alone. With on white lily keeping watch and ward. GOLD. Gold! father of falsehood. And offspring of care! To have thee brings danger, Not to have thee, despair! MONET. Bad money ! bad world ! beware, I say Ai d beware, I say, again ! Men make false money every day. And money makes false men. WOMEN. Women can lore and hate, And b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 May 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOENING. MAY 9, 1877. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Hub-cribers whose time hM expired will pleaee remit at once, or we shall be compelled to drop their names from our subscription list. INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL CO. TERMS: One Subscriber one ytar..-............ J 1 50 uba 4 subscribers, one year, to one P. O. 5 0 " 10 M " 12 00 i 20 " " 11 " 20 00 Where ten or more names are sent in, an ex tra copy is given to the getter-up of the club A genu sending over four names and II 25 fo each name will be allowed a commission of wenty per cent, on the gross amount of their obxcrlptlnna WEDNESDAY, MAY 9. Ann now it is the 15th of October. Hayes has found a way to pay the array up to that date, and there is therefore no necessity for an extra session of congress at an earlier day. It is thanred that one reason why the commerce of New York is declining is the frauds practiced in the custom house of that city. It Is in this way that radicalism acts and reacts upon every inter...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 May 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTISfEL, WEDNESDAY MOHXING, MAY 9, 1877. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Frequent washing with cold water is good for palled Shoulders on horses. Soft soap dilated sufficiently to vrork Well "With u brush is said to be the best wh for fruit trees. Carrots are excellent for brinirg horses into conoition. and they are lankly used, in connection with other food, by hcrse dealers Tor that purpose. The venerable New York farmer, John Johnson, now 86 years of ace, said the other day, "I have often fed 40 tons of oil cake a year, and 1 wish I had fed much more." Lambs that have to be raised by hand need to be fed with fresh cow's milk sweetened with about a teaspoon ful of refined sugar to a pint of milk. The milk should be warm before feeding. In planting young orchards it is always advisable to first make a plot or map with the position of every tree marked, and then as they are set out write the name of the variety of each tree on the map, which is to be carefully preserved for ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 May 1877

TIIE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOKNING, !MAY 9. 1877. y-fc ...... . A Of INDIANA. In the House of Kepreseutatires, tlAKCII 1,177, On the Texai ami Farifir liaUnxii Hill. Mr. Landern, of Indiana. Mr. Speaker, the amendment In the nature of a substitute to house bill No. 472, commonly known as the Texas and Pacific railroad bill, which I have submitted for the consideration of the house, has been ottered In no spirit of hostility to the project of constructing another railroad along a southern route from the Mississippi river to the Pacific ocean. On the contrary, It embodies, as I bei ievo. principles and rueastiies far leas open to objection, and consequently far better calculated to attain the end desired, than the original bill or any or Its amendmentü presented to this house. I am not, Mr Speaker, la favor of the federal government entering upon a general system of internal improvements: but there are. certain Improvements of a national character which are manifestly of v...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 May 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNTNG, MAY 9, 1877. 7 make ft somewhat different application of It. I ix, Mr. spcnker, am opposed to tlnkerln with tiio currency. There ha.i been entirely too much of It done. Mcareely a session of congress passed slue the war closed that has not wllaetwnl tlit pasMiu?e of name law relutinsr to our nnancial policy In the Interest of the bondholder nnd the money-lender, ami against the property owner, the minuiiicturer, tne buxineHH loan, the furnier bihI the laborer. Instead of those who demanded an honest currency issued by the government being the "tinkers," It is the other fellows. They have hud their hands on the throat of iuuuitry and In the pockets of the people long enough and thevmnst be made to let go their hold, lu order that industry may have an opportunity to revive and lend its aid in restoring prosperity to the nation. Jt will perhaps be ursted a:alnt thetreasury note in the form provided for by the eleventh section of the substi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 May 1877

THE INDIANA STAATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING-, MAY 9. 1877. Cheaper! Special Bargains To-Day Linens and Damasks. TOD ELS atL:yaC'15C'atldrt.Ion.. BKlii DOUBLE DAttASK KEXtRum. REIL DOUBLE D.191SL TtDl'IYt' DAMASK, in every My le, at from iVl 1 iYl.lO, 75c to S7.3 per !. FULL LINES OF WHITE GOODS AND TURKEY REDS, Correspondingly Cheap. Better Buy Now ! NO SUCH BARGAINS ELSEWHERE. S. AYflES & GO. 5 INDIANAPOLIS. F AfiCIAL AND COMMERCIAL jtoxttr Ann tiik MABEcnt "nCIOFTHI INDIANAPOLIS HKNTiftKl-. ? TUESDAY EVENING, May 8, 1877. I Ve have no new features to chronicle in the local money market, except as com pared with orrespondlng date of April. The clearing onse report show a falling off in the transactions of the bank Tbe market I working cK se, owing to the conservative policy of the b:inks, as there la no disposition to extend accommodations, exsept where the paper 1 strictly gil edge. The prevailing rate are 10 to 12 per cent. astern exchange is uuohanged so far as eo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 May 1877

YOL. XXVI, 40. IXDI AXAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MOllNINGr, MAY 23, WHOLE NO. 1905. CHI -FAITH. BT MKS. 8. X. B. PLAIT. All beautiful tales, I trust, are true. . Rut. lMru in ft crave in the mow. And there Is the Rky. And the buds are blue, And a butterfly blows across. Tf, here it the grave and there Is the sky ; To the ne or tue other we go. ; '. Arid between them wavers the butterfly, Like a fcoul that does not know. Somewhere? Nowhere? Too-golden head. And Up that I miss and miss. You would tell me the secret of the dead Co Id I find you with a kiss! Come here, I say, little chlla of mine, (brae -with yonr bloom ana your Dream, (If he phould believe in the life divine, ' I will not believe In death !) .... Where Is your brother?" I question low, And wait for his wise reply. Does he say "Down there la tbe grave? Ah, no; ' He says with a laugh, "In the sky!" Scribner for Jone. . For the Sunday Sentlnel.1 Nina Crawford. BY MRS. BALUE A, RAM AGE. I can not, I will not marry Judward Vance, bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 May 1877

TIIE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOKNTNG. MAY 23. 1877 WEDNESDAY, MAY 23. Whilx Hayes was having a "right royal" time in New York Grant was hugely enjoying himself in Philadelphia. Prior to his leaving for Europe Senator Cameron entertained him magnificently. He was wined and dined, driven through Fairmount park and taken to the theater at night. On Thursday he sailed for Europe in the stearr.-aip Indiana. We wish him a bon voyage. Before Miss Crawford married the late Commodore Vanderbilt she was engaged to a young doctor in Virginia, but the million aire's wealth overbalanced the love, and the two young lovers separated. Both married. The doctor's wife died just before.Mr. Vanderbilt's death, and now Mrs. Vanderbilt is corresponding with the sweetheart of her girlhood, and many believe that as soon as decency will permit, these two will renew the long broken engagement and marry. Ex-Governor Moroak, of New York, gave Hayes a dinner in New York city on Wednesday evening. Morg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 May 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 23, 1877. STÄHLET MEW PARTY. How It Is Hade. Burlington Hawk-Eye. Some One Gas lately began To start a New party Which when it la done, Is going to smash. Into eternal crash, All other parties under the sun. Whigs, Nif?, Fire-eating reus, Tramps, Scamps, ' Reconstructed con feds; Hot abolitionists, ltaw prohibitionists. Labor reformers, frantic protectionists, A pair of High tariff Old whig resurrectionist; All the old federal lRta, Kutter and breadallsts, Wild annexationists, Emancipationists, Texas rangers, , Muspleions strangers, Illinois grangers, Ilibid secessionists, nulllflcationlsts. Temperance agitators. Soft-voiced conciliators, Bruisers, Snooze rs. Republican broilers, Barnburners, Coat turners, Tories, free soilers. Communis t-s, destructlonlsts, Strict constructionists, Constitution revisionist, Dred Scott decisionlsts, Baltimore knacks, tieorgia kuklux, "Blue lights," dlssenslonists, Harttoni conventioniato, Fogy old-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 May 1877

4 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY. MOKNTNTG, MAY 23. 1877. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers whose time hat expired will please remit at once, or we bhall be compelled to drop their names from oar subscription list. INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL CO. TERMS: One Subscriber one year 1 1 ?4) nba 4 subscribers, one year, to one P. O. 5 UO 10 " u 12 (10 m 20 " m . u u 20 00 "Where ten or more names are sent In, an extra copy is given to the getter-up of the club Agents sending over four names and fl 25 fo each name will be allowed a commission of wenty per cent, on the gross amount of their nloription WEDNESDAY. MAY 23. The St. Louis Times went for $50,000, and Hon. Stilson Hutchins did not go with it which the Republican and Globe-Democrat will doubtless approve. TniRE are several thousand radical bogardns kickers in Ohio who will do their level best to elevate the presidential fraud at the next election in that state. There was a dispatch came west last week that the Russian fleet, which has be...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 May 1877

THE IXDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNTNTG, MAY. 23, 1877. 5 LOUISVILLE LETTER. The WblpKlokiii Marder Trial The Kentucky Vre and the Public LI brarr rrnu(l-OppMlllononh Highly Moral LoaUIIIIan t the nee End or the fultl fetale Cvnrl Trouble The North American Huenjcerrewt A 4nartetie of l-dllor. on it fjirk Eplseo pal Convention Fashionable Wedding. Special Correspondence of the Sentinel.) Locistillk, May 19. The case of the commonwealth apiiust Dent Whips, proprietor of the Willard hotel tor the killing of John W. Stockem, bis huprintendent of the house, last February, was brought to a close ThurHlay night by the jury ren ering a verdict of not guilty. .This homicide created ' nrh an intense excitement at the time, and the result of the trial now being the theme of all elates, that a brief account of the facts may prove interesting. A few months before the tragedy occurred the accused had met with an accident which prevented him from performing the active duties of manager of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 May 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 23. 1877. G For the Sentinel. THE OLD TRAMP. BY LEE O. HARRIS. He came to Ui door at the close of the day, When the winds bt the winter blew cold. They saw he wh ragged, decrepit and gray He was only a tramp, and they turned him away , ". Nor would heed the aad story he told. . They mocked at his sorrow and bade him be gone. Nor trouble their peace with his prayer. And, though he had traveled from earliest . dawn, ' V ' Be turned from the door and went tottering on, With a heart that was chill with despair. For why should his sorrow Intrude on their mirth, . . Like a skeleton guest at a feast? To be poor is a sin, and the standard of worth I the chance that distributes the portions of earth, ' And the vilest is be who has least. He saw through the window the ruddy light glow. And be turned with a sorrowful gaze To envy the comfort denied him, when, lo! , A vision came down from the years long ago, Like a picture afloat in the blaze....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 May 1877

THE IXDIAXA SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 23. 1877. THE J05EN-TWLLIVER CASE. Tb Jnry Impnonrlrd at Bloomlngton Otbcr Preliminaries of the Trial. (Special Correspondence of the SentlneLI Bloomisgton, Ind., " May 16. The whole of the afternoon of yesterday was taken up in impanneling tbejury in the Jones-Tolli-ver case, bat at last 12 men were fouud who had not beard any of the former trial ; had never read of the case; had not formed of expressed an opinion as to the guilt or innocence of the defendants, and had no conscientious scruples in regard to enforcing the death penalty. After they were sworn to try the cause, Judge Robinson, after instructing them as to the necessary caution to be observed by them in not allowing themselves to form an opinion until the whole of the evidence was in and the case given to them by the court, informed them that they would be, in a sense, prisoners for the next two weeks; would have their physical and mental powers severely taxed' and, aa indi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 May 1877

THE INDIAXA STATE SENTINEL,, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 23, 1877 8 Biblbon Sale. V f r ' ' ' f t i Vi h : 3,000 PIECES All Bilk" irf) Ornti7 Klbbons' frn oi to nine inches wide, : At HaU Price. V V Every Color and Shade ! Th is lot was bought at a forced sale, and we sbaU run them out at Fifty Per Cent. Less Than Usual Prices. ; ' l-NEW LOT;Black Spanish JLace Scarf, 2 3-4 Yard Lou. 100 to Sett at 81.00 Each. KjO " IL50 " . . 50 " 82.10 u L. S. AYRES & CO., INDIANAPOLIS. FINANCIAL AMD COMMERCIAL ONGT AND THE MAKKETS. jmCIOITHX lHDIAKAPOLIS 8 II NIL, I Tuesday Evening, May 22. 1877. I Local Ouaoclal affairs are in all regards about the same as have distinguished them ior several weeks past. The demand for money from first class borrowers Is promptly met by the banks and accepted paper is placed at 10 to 12 per cent. . . , We have no change to note In eastern ! change, the current rates for counter sales being 1-19 premium. ntDIANA-POLIB ClIASIVO HOTTB. ' ' V ,' . ,' . Clearin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 May 1877

VOL.. XXVI, XO 41. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MOllXING, MAY 80, WHOLE NO. 190G. Ik V Of SITII AS I HAVE. UY JiCSAN OOOLIDGE. lve me for what I am. Iwe not for sake of ot rom 1 m a crM thing which 1 might be, Sime brightnog or some goodness not la me. Bat seen afar by you, as eyes that wake 1'renm of a Aawn before the dawnin? break. If I to pk-ase you (whom I fain would please'. Reset myself like new key to old tune, trained Uioight, remodeled action, pretty soon llyhund would slip from vours, and by degr?es The laving, faulty friend, so close to-day, Would vanish, and another take her place, A stranger with ft stranger's scrutinies, A new regard, an unfamiliar face. Ive me for what I am, then, if you may; But, if you can not love me either way. "WiStten for the Sunday Sentinel.l "ONLY MOTHER." BY MRS. S ALL Iß. A. RAMAGE. "How can we manage it, Sue? There are only four places ani you and John will want the front seat, for he will drive, and we will take the other two. Mother intends go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 May 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTIKEL,, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1877. WEDNESDAY, MAY 30. Benjamin J. Flanders, assistant treasurer of the United States at New Orleans, is now asked to explain a little cotton transaction by which he pocketed some $300,000 at the close of the war which ought to have gone into the United States treasury. His present position yields him $4,500 per year. Another instance of civil service reform is the appointment of ex-Attorney General Dunn, of South Carolina, to the office of internal revenue collector. Dunn, was a member of the South Carolina returning board, connected with the Cordoza ring of that state and, in short, his appointment is a recognition of the disgraceful history of South Carolina radicalism. The Chicago Evening Journal, a little radical craft, carrying about one gun, and that of small calibre, has received its reward. Frank Gilbert of that sheet has received the Chicago subtreasuryship. He was backed by Bob Ingersoll. Wonder if Bob didn't go ba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 May 1877

THE INDIANA 'STATE SENTINEL, WTEDNESDAY MOHNING, MAY 30,1877. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. To Frek Hess from Lick. II. B., in Journal and Farmer, says: "1 see an inquiry in Tour paper how to keep Rettin hens free from lice. I have tried the following plan with success: Fill the nest with hog hair, and there will be no lice troubling the hens, ha lice will not remain in the nest after the hojr hair is put in, and every farmer can save enough for this purpose after he has killed his hogs." A correspondent in the Kansas Farmer recommends the name, or what he considers better: Build your hen house over the hog pen, and you will always be frte of the louse pest. Corn Fob Seed. In selecting corn for seed it is often the practice to merely choose ears from the general crop. It is suggested that t this is not the best method, for, while the flant may be strong and vigorous and bear arge ears, the corn may have been fertilized by pollen from feeble or Hunted plants near it. and the seed may retain an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 May 1877

4 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 30. 1877. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers whose time ha expired will please remit at once, or we shall be compelled to drop tbelr names from our subscription list. INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL CO. TERMS: One Subscriber one year S 1 50 una 4 subscribers, one year, to one F. O. 5 00 ig - 12 00 4 20 M M M m 20 00 Where ten or more names are sent In, an extra copy is given to the getter-up of the club Agent sending over four names and SI 25 fo each name will be allowed a commission of wenty per cent, on the grows amount of their U ho ri pti o D a WEDNESDAY, MAY 30. Logas is to be collector of customs at Chiago. ' The real value of a nickel, which the government compels the people to take for five cents, is less than one cent It is assumed as a certainty that Blaine will attack Hayes. Don Cameron will attack the fraud and others will make it hot for him. Tue rads of Ohio who are opposed to the presidential fraud are. in the opinion of Foster, Hay...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 May 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOHNING. MAY SO. 1877. FK03I LOUISVILLE. Matters Over the Border Gay, Gorgeous and Grievous. The Derby Races With Accompanying Sports, People, Pot ls and Poker. Annual Meetlnic of Ihe Ire Association .flelleJ, i.oajalp und Good Thlnir .inerilly Jiijr 11 the MVmy Tbruaxh. (Special Correspondence of the Sentinel.! Louisville, May 20 This has been a flush week for Louisville, the Jckey club races having panned out a bnnania, at least for the lucky dinners. The upper crust of the sporting fraternity and the high-toned patrons of the Kamin table are raking in just dead oodles of wealth, while the multitudinous small fry, the roerj and cappers, "chip in" for extraordinary commissions. Pools sold as briskly as in ti e good iM days when the Mississippi planter in broad-brimmed hat and plethoric pure staked his last dollar on his favorite, ami, if need be, would back his jndgmert with a pistol ball. The times of Wagner . Grey Eagle and Harry of the West ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 May 1877

THE -INDIANA-STATE SENTINEL,, "WTEDNESD AY, MORNING, MAY 30. 1877. G THE HERO. IFrora Judy. -The cannon wer all silent; the bugle ceased to sound, . And many a valiant warrior lay lifeless on the ground; For night had forced an armistice upon tne enger foes, . .. And all around was quietness, save where tne ery arose . . . From wounded and from dying, or when the war horse neighed. For man and beast alike had felt the keenness of the blade. , And now a lonely maiden Is searching o er the For she wou.d And her lover, to kiss, If he be To tend bit wounds If wounded, to bathe bis aching head; . , , And still she weeps, for much she fears he numbered with the dead. For hours she wanders slowly, and looks at every face.. , Till weary, sad and footsore, she leaves the horrid place. But where, oh, where' her hero? tor hU country nas he died? And was he foremost In the light the bravest on his ulcle? , , She walked till nearly daybreak. In sad and pensive mood, ' When suddenly the lost one ...

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