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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 May 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SEKTIKEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 30, 1877. MOODY'S MURDERERS. Continuation of the Great Murder Trial at Bloomington. Th Line of Dehrns and Xaetlea of tb Lawyer. Special Correspondence of the Sentinel. Uloomisgtos, Ind., May 23 As the days go by and this Jonea-Tolli ver trial draws nearer to a close the interest becomes more and mere intense. All parties are wishing and d'eading. as it were, the finale. It is do loreer a matter of moment to the prisoners and their immediate friends alone. The attorneys on each side have been so long studying and planning this case that they have become personally identified with their reective sides and the public is as radically divided as during a heated political campaign. Street discussions are common, and to entera proup composed of the adherents of one side dissecting and vilifying witnesses of the other is of hourly occurrence. The jury, who niuvt sit and hear this almost inexplicable mass of evidence unprejudiced, can not bu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 May 1877

TILE INDIANA- STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY. MORNING, MAY. 30, 1877. 8 3U003L Styles of LADIES', FÜISSES' O HILDREIV'S SUITS, The largest and finest assortment in the State, at Wholesale or Retail. We cannot be equaled tor LOW PB-ICES.: CHILDREN'S Linen, White P. K., and Percale, from $1.00 to $5.00. MISS KS Linen, White P. K., Percale and Bunting from $1.25 fo $10. LADIES9 Uncn, Percale nud Ilniiting, from $1.25 to 19,00. rOLOSAISE, OVER-DRESSES, DUSTERS, lromSi.25toS15 00. Wt slier any garment to fit. If neceary, FREE OF CHARGE. L S. AYRES & GO. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL CONET AND TUE MARKET. rics or thc Indianapolis Sentinel, l Tcksdat Evening, May 29, 1877. There have been no changes in local flnan elal affairs during the past week requiring ex tended comment. The banks are responding to the wants of borrowers who offer acceptable names, and strictly flrst class paper Is offered at 10 to 12 per cent, rates that have prevailed for some months. For counter bales of eastern ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 June 1877

r VOL. XXVI, NO 43. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, WHOLE NO. 1Ö08. TOGETHER. Babes that on a morn of May, laughing, In the unshine play; Haben to whom the longest day Seems to fly! Ribes to whom alt things are toys, Life a sweet that never cloys. Home a fonnt of simple Joys, Never dry. , Babes so bright, so blest, so fair. With dimpled cheeks and golden hair; Can they be that happy pair! You and IT Babes no loner, now they stray, ;irl and boy, besld-j the bay On a sunshine holtdsy . Fond but shy. Smiles are manj , words are few, Hearts are light when Hie is new And eyes are bluer than the blue Of the sky. Laughing schoolboy brave and free. Little maiden fair to see Oath 'ring seeweed can they be You and 17 Boy and girl are man and wife; Hand In hand they walk for life; Peace and Joy be theirs, and strife , Come not nigh! Wand'rers by the Eternal Deep "Whose shores are Time, so may they keep Together, n"d together sleep By and by! Pleep In death when day Is done, Wake to l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 June 1877

THE INDIANA STAJÜCE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 13. 1877. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13. . Whew Garfield thinks of the senaiorship, then of th'e speakership, ' he ceases to have fellowship with the saints and curses Hayes and Matthews till things look blue in his section of Ohio. He is reported as Tery mad. ' Adelaide Neilsos received $17,000 for a four weeks' engagement at the California theater. It was the largest sum ever received by an actor or actress in that state, surpassing the amount given Booth or the Florences. The New York Times says the democrats of Ohio expect to carry the state upon the question of a repeal of the resumption act and the remonetization of silver. Its head is level The democrats of Ohio will realize their expectations. The Louisville Commercial is still very much distressed about the Kemper county (Miss.) tragedy. One would naturally sup- . pose that a sheet of its caliber could expend its stock of gas and clap-trap on Kentucky tragedies. The crop has been ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 June 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 13. 1877. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Soot fob Grass. Never waste any soot. It is always a most excellent dressing for grassland. If applied jnst before a warm rain in spring it will increase the product largely. It is especially recommended for lawn plats around the house. As a fertilizer for potatoes, too, nothing is better. A Goshen (N. Y.) cow has to be milked three times a day, and makes two pounds and six ounces of butter daily. She is a erade Ayrshire, and is called "Queen of the Meadows." To Kill Bcgs. A correspondent of the Germantown Telegraph writes: "Melon and cucumber-bugs like radish leaves better than any other kind. I sow a few radish seeds in each hill, and never lose a plant. Earth worms, cut worms, white grubs, and, in fact, all soft bodied worms are easily driven out by salt sown broadcast. You can do no harm with 10 bushels to the acre, bnt half a bnshel is ample. Dry slacked lime is also effectual." Sork Nose ix Sheep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 June 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOKNTNG. JUNE 13; 1877. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscriber 'whose time has expired trill please remit at once, or we shall be compelled to drop their names from our subscription list. INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL CO. TERMS: One Subscriber ne year -J 1 50 b 4 subscribers, one year, to one P. 0. 5 00 " 10 ' " " " 13 oo m 20 . " MM m 20 00 "Where ten or more names are sent In, an ex. tra copy is siren to the getter-up of the club Agents sending ver four names and SI 25 fo ach name will be allowed a commission of wenty per cent, on the gross amount of their nbscrlntlnns WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13. Lord Beacossfiel is anxious to have the Jews return to Judea, If Russia gets possession of the country the Rothschilds will contribute to the rets.ni of the tribes to their old home. The forty-eight buildings owned by the Young Men's Christian association in different cities have cost $2,000,000, or about $42,000 each. There are 100,000 members of the association, and 8,300 men ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 June 1877

THE IKDIAXA STATE SETIXEL., WEDKESBAY MOUKTSTG, JUNE 13, 1&77. i WEIGHED IN TUE B1LAXCE. I loved yoa. Was It not enough ? "With never a thought to change or run Thro' good and 111 bv pathways rough Tbrt? all the world I followed you l Deaf to the warning whisper blind To every peril around me spread With no regretful glance behind. Fearless I followed where you led. I never paused to count the coxt The fatal price that I must pay; I only thought the world well lost, 80 that I gaiued your love for aye. Your love! a tinseled mockery! The bauble of an hour forsooth The fraud you dared to palm on me, W hose meanest standard was the truth ! And false as falsehood to the core Were you in spirit, heart and mind! False every oatn you pledged of yore, And emptier man tne iaie wiuui 1 I gave that love to you alone That steadfast to one purpose clings. While your weak soul was wasted on A hundred vain aud worthless things. The soul I deemed so clean and white All else by contrast s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 June 1877

6 For he Sentinel." -"- TWILIGHT. BT LKE 0. HARBS. The tired day has gone to rest. And, fondly clasped In his embrace, The twilight leans upon his breast. And, half ashamed to be careaned. Turns to the night her blushing face. Ills burning brow Is hidden, where Her dusky hands In fondness lie; Ills rosy fingers part her hair. That floats upon the evening air, Like banners trailing down the sky. A robe of crimson, streaked with white, Invests htr form In many a fold. One side o'rshadowed by the night. The other, glowing with the light Of day's Imperial garb of gold. A bright tiara crowns her head, The evening star Its central gera, Its light In softened radiance shed Through glittering veils of silver thread. That twine about the aiadem. Thus, blending soul with soul, they die. Still fading slowly from ihe sight. The crimson bars across the sky Are now but broken clouds, that fly. Commingling with the train of night. And night her sable wings expands Above tne portals of the west; A ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 June 1877

THE INDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 13. 187 1. OVER THE SEA. I can not hear thee, for the lntls are moaning; I can not Hear thee, for the waves are high; I can not hear thee, for the good ship groaning, Seaward doth fly. And yet my fond heart listens to thy singing; And yet methlnks t clasp thee once again; I hear thy voice as If I were not swinging Across the main. So be it ever! If the world torment me, Happy in thee and in the past I'll rest ;'. To sleep upon thy memory will content me As twere thy breast. Harvard Crimson. ALL SORTS. Ex-Governor "Wannoth's present to his bride was a $4,000 diamond brooch and ear ring set. J. IL Osgood fc Co. have the telephone in constant use between their store and their printing office. The young1 earl of Shrewsbury, now 17 years old, will have an income of about 90,000 when he comes of age. Horace Greeley, infant son of Colonel Nicholas and Mrs. Ida Greeley S-nith, was baptized on Tuesday, May 29. at the family homestead, Chapp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 June 1877

THE INDLVNA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOKNTNTG, JUNE 13, 1877. s Cheapest Yet. Another big lot of Sun Umbrellas and Parasols, Positively lie Cheapest of any Senaon, 400 Doz. Cents Snmmer Shirts, At 25c, Cheap at 50c. Those 51.00 Kills arc Still Selling or Forty, eight Cents. GENTS' "WHITE SHIRTS, At $1, IUchly worth $1.50. Look out for NEW DESIGNS IN HOSIERY NEXT WEEK. Something Handsome Coming. L S. A5 RES & GO. INDIANAPOLIS. F ANCIAL AMD COMMERCIAL tOIET AND THE MABHUIY Or .kofthb IwoiAJfAPOLts BiNTiwa, ' Tcesoat Evening, Jane 12, WW i We have no new features to report in the local money market. Clearing house reports show some falling ofr In business. Evidently bankers are more than usually cautious, and the outlook Is well calculated to embarrass business. Only gilt edged paper Is taken, and 10 to 12 per cent are the current rates of interest. Eastern exchange Is tili selling across the Counter at 1-10 premium. INDIANAPOLIS CLEARING HOUSE. Clearing. Balances. J"nr 23...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 June 1877

n i in x, ... . ' ; . VOL,. XXVI, NO 44. IJTOIAXAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MOItNTNG, JUXE Ü0, WHOLE NO. J909. MY DOORSTEP. BY M B Tbl old, worn doorstep may not seem To many a poetic theme, Curved hollow where oar feet have gone, Beneath the stoop, wild briar grown; ! But as I gaze oat on the scene So long familiar, cool and green, What varied visions thronging fast, Float shadowing from the checkered past. ' T' was twenty years and more ago, ' Since first I stood this stoop below; Beside me my young mate's strong form, ! Our baby boy upon his arm; . j Not then before us trees In blame, Or billowy grasses waving ploom, ' No blossoms wooed the summer breeze, No luscious fruitage on the trees, Bat fanceys eye saw all and more As we three stood within tha door; For youth Is rich In hopeful dreams And near and true the mirage seems. Another picture, oh, how sweet, The yearning eyes of memory meet ; T'ts autumn, and the sky o'er cast Sifts the first snow flakes light and fast; 1 The door flings o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 June 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 20. 1877 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20 Th London dealers in green hides will wjve Grant a reception. They have heard of his residence in Galena, or possibly they can smell him afar off. Senator Blaiss advises Flipper, the colored cadet at West Point, to go south and hecome famous. Bat who will be Flipper's Gail Hamilton if he is to be famous? A good deal of fuss is made about West Toint, but we notice Captain Eads of jetty fame is not a West Pointer. When West Point matches Eads it may ask for increased appropriations. Napoleos IV. is studying hard to qualify himself for emperor, and MacMahon is playing his cards in a way that the youthful aatocrat may get the crown with as' little trouble as possible. The steleton at General Grant's London feasts is his fear that Martin FarquharTupper will spring up from under the table with a "welcoming ode." That is the only thing that keeps the D. C. L. humble. The New York Herald is of the opinion that S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 June 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 20, 1877. SOLDIERS' ORPHAN. Anniversary Exercises at the Knightstown Soldiers' Orphans' Home. Fall Br port of the Exercises of the Day, Witt m HUlarr af (he Institution. By tlie Sentinel's Own Correspondent. Ksightstoww, June 14. The ninth anniversary of the Indiana soldiers' orphans' home was celebrated at the institution near Knightstown by appropriate school exercises and festivities to-aay. This institution was formally opened on the 15th of Jane, 1803, as a patriotic enter, prise on the part of the state, that the rewards due to valor and sacrifice to country mav descend to the generations of the noble dead. Two years previous to this the state had purchased the site of the "Soldiers' Home," and established thereon an asylum for invalid and maimed soldiers, in the rooms formerly occupied as a health establishment or "cure" at the Knightstown Springs, but soon afterward, when a new and commodious building was erected near by, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 June 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MÖ11NTNG. JUNE 20. 1877. TO SUBSCRIBERS. Subscribers whose time hu expired, "will please remit at once, or we shall b compelled to drop their names from oar subscription list. INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL CO. TERMS: One Subscriber ue year...., $ 1 SO uba 4 subscribers, one year, to one P. O. 5 00 "10 " " 12 00 20 " " 20 00 Where ten or more names are sent in, an extra copy is given to thegetter-up of the club Agents sending over four names and II 25 fo ach name will be allowed a commission of wenty per cent, on the gross amount of their obscrtptlons WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20 Secretary Thompson, while in Washingon, will occupy the old Sickles mansion on Lafayette Square. , Victob Emanuel's salary is $2,850,000, and yet he is so badly in debt he can not save enough to buy htm a linen duster this hot weather. A Pennsylvania farmer utilizes the tramp beggar by patting him to kill potato bugs. Set a thief to catch a thief, or, rather, abate one nuisance with anoth...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 June 1877

THE 120)iANA STATE' SETINEIV NESDAY MOEOTNa, JUNE '20, 1877 For the Sunday Sentinel.! THE RICH AND THE POOR. BY LUCRETIA. Riches ahd Poverty sat side by side; The good gifts to one are all multiplied, Heaped with the much from abountlfulhand, Wealth, love and beauty all at her command; Thoughts for the morrow are banished at will; She has no wishes love can not fulfill ; Why should she notice the pain at her side-: I loom enough 'tween them, the world Is m wide! Riches and Poverty sat Bide by side, The rich one has comforts, the poor but her pride; All thiugs are taken, all light from above, Home, riches, and beauty and laut, even love. Cold seemed the world, and dark, yet she felt Ood made me your equal, but sparingly dealt The good things of life these all are for you Precious gift of the heart and promises true. Riches and Poverty sat side by side; A sigh filled the heart of the one who's denied. Hitting close by the rich must she witness her "Wreathing smiles that she may not th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 June 1877

V THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, rNESDAY-MOKNGr Jl 20. 1877. G For the Sentinel. REST. BT LEE O. HARRIS. Kow willows dream beside the stream. Where whip-poor-will repeats his story ; The shadows fly along the ky. And westward sweeps the sunset glory. Oh! Weary day. Burned ourt at Inst and dying! Oh !Mri (hit glide away, Among the shadows Hying. Now comes the night with footsteps fght, Hid in her wealth of suhle tresses; The flower. 4 weep themselves asleep. With grateful tears at her CMrresses, Oh! wary breast. That flu I a hnlm In weeping! " Oh! bllvful hour of rest. When sorrow, to, is sleeping. Now sweet and low the breeze blow. Among the shadow-cm taitied bowers. And gain by stealth their fragrant wealth In kisses from the sleeping flower. Oh ! weary mind. That flower-like reposes; Oh ! heart, that like the wind, Steals fragrance from its roses. Now solitude sits In the wood. Enthroned among her dusky shadows ; The fireflies glow, as to and fro, They drift like sparks across the me...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 June 1877

''THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 20. 187 i. 7 THOMAS A. HENDRICKS. He Is Given a Grand Reception by the Manhattan Club, of New York. A Large Number of . Prominent Democrats in Attendance. Interesting Speeches Made By Ex-Governors Hendricks and. Tilden. Full Report of the Reception and Speeches. I By Telegraph to the Sentinel.! New York, June 12. The reception to Governor Hendricks at the Manhattan club was an immense ovation, the leading lights of the democratic party in this state and hundreds from New Jersey and Pennsylvania participating as invited guests. Among them attorney General Charles F. S. Fairchild; Senator D. B. St. John, of Newburg: General P. M. B. Young, of Georgia; Judge Josiah G. Abbott, of Boston; Senator T. F. Randolph and ex-Governor Joel Parker, of New Jersey; Senator Joseph E. McDonald, of Indiana; C. W. Chapin, of Massachusetts; J. F. Smith, of AlbanjCanal Commissioner C. A. Wal roth, Senator Wm. Pinkney Whyte, of Maryland ; Secretary of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 June 1877

8 REDUCTION Extraordinary -LNNew Dress Goods Valentia Cloths and Pongee at half what 4hey sold for 30 days ago. Risket Cloths, Balzarines, Algerines, Mo"halrs. Summer Cash meres, Woo. lebege, Serges, etc., in all the new shades, away down in price. SPECIAL.-1 Ca.se Plaid Mohairs at to cents -per yard, which sold readily a month ago for 00 cents. HPKCIAL. i Case all Silk and Wool Plaid Tongees, elegant styles, at 25 cents. Full Lines Half Wool Dress Goods at from iO cents up. ' ' Lawns. Organdies, Cambrics, etc., in endless variety and very cheap. N. B. These Goods are all of this seasons Importation, marked low to close out. 1. 3. ÄYBES Ik CO. INDIANAPOLIS. FttANCfAL AND COMMERCIAL IO SEI AN It THE MARKETS Orn;BoTH Indianapolis ök wtinkj, Tuesday ETKaso, June 19, 1X77. t There Is nothing transpiring In local financial circles of special moment. In bank transactions exceeding caution Is preserved, and borrowers are required to make unexceptionable gilt-edged paper. When this Is offer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 June 1877

r r V VOL. XXVI, NO 45. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 27, WHOLE NO. 1910. ? ) THE PAX MY. BY H. W. Sweet flower, what makes thee seem so jlal While hearts about thee feel so sad? Dost thoa not grow aweary ? Or hast thou aught in life e'er hail To make it seem adreary? Thy winsome smile doth ever beam, In Joys forever thou dost seem, Ever so bright and cheery; Thy sunny life seems like a dream And wilt thoa solve my query? What is the secret of thy joy, "Which naught on earth seems to destroy ; Though other lives are blighted, And my sad soul canst thou decoy From realms so much benighted? For surely thy swe-et aee was wrought "When nature chanced a happy thought. It ever is so smiling; And truly joy thou must have taught. Thy smile is so beguiling. Then pray, sweet flower, with face so fair, And features soft beyond compare, What is thy gift so holy, Allowing thee without a care To live in pleasure solely? In thy sweet face one surely sees That fate's command can only please...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 June 1877

TILE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, "WEDNESDAY MOltNING. JUNE 27. 1877. WEDNESDAY, JUNK 27. Jamkm Kcssell Lowell's proffered resignation of his professorship has been refused by the authorities of Harvard college, who will fill his place while he is absent as minister to Spain. . i General Naolk, of California, has been sued by a woman named Hanta for $27,500 lor breach of promise. He has appealed the case from the court which rendered a ver . ict adverse to him. Gail Hamilton is Jim. Blaine's ainanuensis, and as the distinguished gentleman has never ceased shaking since his providential sunstroke, she signs her name to public letters to save hint the trouble. Tri xc es Alice, one of (Jueen Victoria's daughters, is now a "grand duchess" Her husband, Prince Louis of Hesse, to whom Bhe was married in 1SG2, by the death of his ncle is now grand duke of Hesse. The letter carriers of Philadelphia, Chicago and Boston are very much excited over an official announcement. Their number will have to ...

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