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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 June 1877

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 27, 1877 3 FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. The Valve of Owls. The value of owls is shown by the following: An English gamekeeper found an owl's nest with one young bird in iL He visited it for 30 consecutive mornings, and in that time removed from it lOri rata, 49 mice, 11 shrew mice, 2 robbins ami 1 sparrow, over and above wbat the owl's consumption demanded. Farm Notes. When planted in very rich soil tomatoes often produce much wood and little fruit. The best crop of tomatoes I ever saw was furnished by maid stems as free from side growth as a walking-stick. All growths exrept the leaves and flowers attached to the principal stem had been pinched off as they appeared. The Garden. Salt kor Mildew on Vises. M. Chatot recommends common salt as an antidote for milde w on vines. By sprinkling a handlul of salt around -the base of each vine, the effect, he says, was marvelous: and vines hitherto covered with this fungus grew luxuriantly, and had a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 June 1877

4: TILE IXDIAXA. STATE SENTINEL, DNESD AY MOIINING, JUNE 27, 1S77. 7U SUBSCRIBERS. aSscribers . whose time has expired will "please remit at once, or we shall be compelled to-Qrop their names from our subscription list. INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL CO. TERMS: Oae Subscriber ene year 1 1 50 nbs 4 subscribers, one rear, to oae P.O. 5 00 12 Ot U 20 " U U M 20 00 Where ten or more names are sent In, an ex; tra copy Is given to the getter-p of the ckib Agents sending over four Muet and 11 25 fo ach name will be allowed a commission of wenty per cent, on the grew amount of their nbociintlons WEDNESDAY, JUNE When a paper can get down to the degraded level that it can afford to steal its tele graph news it becomes a proper associate of criminals. The Journal says the News steals its dispatches. Ex-Se5Ator Twitchell, of Louisiana, had a prolonged interview with the president todav. tit? wan'.s to te appointed pension sein, at New Orleans. Washington Special. , A better appointment could not be made...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 June 1877

I THE PJfDIAIA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOKNTNGr, JTJE 27. 1877. A JIXE IDYI V HE I EX X. OOOKE. Oh, month ol Jane, when all the year Lets out its bud and bloom; And music Alls the perfumed air, And birds with song have come; And winds their little billows make All through the church-yard grass; And ir.ksof the valley shake Their white bells as we pass. When ankle deep In clover bloom The happy children play; When bees and golden wings have come To hum the hoars away; And the whl e moon with royal grace, The moon of June serene ! How much her calm and silent face Of mortal life has seen ! Oh, month of June! the queenly rose I'n folds her crimson heart. But ere the day It blooms hall close. Its leaves drop all apart ; A withering stem, with all bereft, A naked, piercing thorn, Js all, alas that we see left Of what bloomed In the mora! Oh, month of Jane In human life. I is words, its looks and tone; When all the poor hear; has to give Kuds, blooms, dies and is gone! When ripened love...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 June 1877

G THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOllNINGK JUNE 27. 1877. OX LT. Only a baby, ' " Kissed and caressed. Gently held to mother's breaat. Only a child, Toddling alone. Brightening now Its happy home. . Only a boy, . TrudiluK to school. Governed now by sterner rule. Only a youth, . Living in area ma. Full of promise life now seems. i Onlv a man. Battling with life, bhared In now by loving wife. Onlv a father, Burdened with care. Silver threads in dark-brown hair. Only a gray beard, To1dlingaain, Growing old and full of pain. Only a mound, O'ergrown with grass, Dreamit unrealized rest at last. ' (Cblcago Tribune. ANGELA'S PRAYER. BY LYNN WOOD. I. It is night in the streets of a fair Italian city, and the lonely queen of light is passing gently as a pure and sorrowful lady over the Bleeping needless children of the south, casting a veil of obscurity over all that is unlovely, and arraying in snowy vesture the tall shafts and broad wills of marble that rise here and there, quivering...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 June 1877

THE IXD1AXA STATE SENTINEL,, WEDNESDAY MOIINTNG, JUNE 27, 1877, w '.WAGES OJI 4TÜRD.1Y NIOHT. V, Air "llosiu ihe Bow." friends, let u handle this question, j hat lawyers so gingerly touch, J a native with healthy digestion Can have of good money too muchT They tell us that money too loose Is They tell us that money's too tight Just you answer that money has uses; Yes, "Wages on Baturdy Night. iChoru Who cares whether paper or metal Are ours, when this count U all right? JThe best way the question to settle, J Is" Wages on Saturday Night." What's all this long yarn of "Inflation," That talk aoout "greenbacks" or "nold?" Jnst Klve me ray old occupation, And dont keep me "out In the cold." If "rag money" buys my wife raiment, I'll welcome such "rags" to ray sight; JJut ut what good to me "specie payment" ith "nary red" Saturday night? "horus It iiwi want tn tk voa. mv brokers QAnd bankers, good financiers all, hon railroads discharge all "us workers," If money then comes at your "call?...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 June 1877

THE INDIANA STA IE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 27, 1877 8 ? M&W ilaO'ö D.UIBUR0 EMBROIDERIES. Bought at Forced Sales, and cheaper 'Thai? eves. Tne.e Embroideries are marked at prices ful'ySl per cent, less than nsnal.and LOWER 3" II AX TUE COST OF IMPORTATION. TORCHON LACES, HdginsM ami Insertion 4. Xew lot in Fine Qualities. Fans! Pans! Tans! Japanese Fans in all colors, at from 3 cents to 50 cent each. Silk Fans of every description. NoTBlties in Laiiss' Sect Wear. White Lace Ties, Black Thread Lace Ties, Black Llama Lace Ties, Silk Ties in Arabesque Patterns. Ribbons !"Ribbons ! For Bonnets and Sashes; Beautiful Shades, and Extra Cheap. YSSS & SO. INDIANAPOLIS. FINANCIAL AKDCQi1ftfttAL V)T iJil) THE MABKfiTN Orn Tuksoay fcVJSKlNO, June 2, IS77. i Financial affairs are moving along In the groove that has characterized the local money market for several weeks. The banks accept strictly No. 1 paper, which Is placed at 10 to 12 per cent. Counter sales of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 January 1878

r life VOL. XXVII NO 19. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2, "WHOLE NO. 311. I V A A FAREWELL. WILLIAM CULLES KRVAST. O ttaon, whose cherished image seems A portion of mv heart. "Whose eyes of Ui?ht make plid jny dreams, Farewell, for now we part. The sail is swelling in the. bay Th:U bears me on my distant way, For years to rove the dreamy sea For years and think only of thi'e. Yet will that beauteous imago make The dreary sea less drear. And thy remembered Miiiie will warte The hore that tram pie fear. "When 1 shall face the tempest s wrath. Or strusrle thiough the daatseroas parti Where the blue icebergs vast and sleep, drifting and dashing, crowd the deep. Then, too. when heaven with clouds is dark And wild winds sweep the vale, W'l.t thou not think of him whose barque strives with the polar Rale? "Wilt thou not thinJt, nnu softly pray For the sea wanderer far away, That, all his toils and perils o or. Ills hand may clasp thy hand once more? But shouldst thou hear no mor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 January 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, ! WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2, 1878; WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2. A Stat c 2 of B( n De Bar as Falstaff ia to be placed in Tower Grove park, Sc. Louis. That of Shakespeare, cast at Munich, has been shipped to this country, and on its arriyal Trill be placed in position on a granite rase in the park. The statue is of bronze, a gift '.o the city of St. Louis from Henry ßhaw. Kimball, tho financial Moody of the church, ha at last cot to a place where nothing will touch the people. Dr. Scudder's church at Brooklyn invited him to "come 'over and raise $07,000 to get the church out cf debt." lie obeyed tho call, but not a dollar could he get pledged, and he was forced to give up in despair. Tnchrorao lies been used for the advancement of almost every known project, but a man of I'dgrto-xn, Massachusetts, has put it at last to a new us. He has offered, a chrorao to any person who will attend church service every Sunday morning for the next six months. Now the oysters ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 January 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 2, : 1878. 3 "SOME TIME." "Some time. we say, and tnrn our eye -Toward the far hlLU oi paradise. Some day, some time, a sweet new rest tthall blosaom, flower-like In each breast. Rome time, some day, oar eyes shall sea The races kept In memory. Rome day their band Khali clasp our hands, Just over In the morning lands. Some day our ears shall hear the song Of triumph over sin and wrong. Some time, some time, but ah ! not yet, ötiU we will wait and notlorget That "some time" all these things shall be. And rest be given to you and me. Fo let us wait, though years move slow. That glad "norno time" Will eonte, we Know. A Picfcue of Poverty in New York City. Now York World. "Want to see a picture of poverty said the visiting agent. "No," answered the reporter, "not a pic tare of poverty, but the real thins." "Then come up h It was Mulberry street. Not a stone's toss from Tri nee. Tenement houses as far as you could see. "Does the Beld...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 January 1878

4 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOBN1NG JANUAltY 2, 187S; THE INDIANAPOLIS The Sentinel Is the Commercial, Financial and Industrial Paper of the State, and at le&st the e'iual In point of editorial, literary, and news merit of any of its rivals. It -will be the best Weekly wo can make, and In every sense the Papr of the I'eople. It will advocate Justice and fair living opportunities for industry and labor. That tbere be no more class legislation. A reduction of the present miaous rate of interest. An immediate and unconditional repeal of the resumption law. The remonetlzatlon e-f silver. . Agreenbackcurrencvof the required volume to meet the legitimate demands of business. Witdrawal of national bank notes green backs and silver to be made a legal tender in payment of all debts, public and private, without limit. The bondholder to be paid no more than the contract and to share equally the burdens of government with Industry and labor. The -Srstisel Is especially d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 January 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOiJNING' 5 FOUEIGX SEWS. The Porte will Negotiate -with Russia for Peace Once. at Comments of the . Press Upon Russia's Reply to England's Note. A Battle in Expect to ba Fought a Few Dajs at ErzeroniiL Review of the Condition of the Grain Trade. Foreii Comment 4 l'pon Ruiiit Reply to England' Note About Peace. Lnxno, Jan. 1. A Vienna correspondent referring to Russia's reply to the English note concerning the opening of negotiations fo peace with Turkey, which reply, as was reported last night, is to the effect that Turkey should apply direct to the Russian commander-in-chief for armistice, says that this intelligence was not altogether unexpected. Ever since the idea of possible mediation was mooted feeler? have been thrown out from lierlin and St. Petersburg indicating that Russia regarded armistice as a preliminary tep to any pacific overtures, with the additional hint that the czar would require a cession of the Danubian fortress as a preli...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 January 1878

THE INDIiVKA STATIC SENTIiSTEWEDNEbliLl: MORNING, JANUAIiY 2, 1878. For the Sentinel. ET YEAR'S DAT tn THE POOR. l-.T LEE C nARUI3. "While each hapry New Year's bell LAt'.giis aloud with brazen tongue; Wni'e the Joyous sounds foretell Happinessto old and yoang; While you Usten with delight To their merry clang and roar, Do you revl the Bound aright? "Feed foe hungry clothe the poor." Bad to seme will be the sound, These, your merry chimes, Impart, And er.cn stroke will leave a wound In Wime worn and aching heart. UHter, blttar Is the palu Of the soul. In Bight of bliss 1'ettered by a galling eaalti "Woe hath naught excsedlng this. JJecan 1-icghat tolland pain. Who may reap, od have hU share, for the beard that arm the grain Still rau-t wound tho harvester. It were weak to ttand and weep. Though hit share should be the least; But to uim who can not reap, "Who wUl bring the harvest feast? "With your soss of welcoming cheer Rises many a sobbing prayer. While, behind thentering year, Pe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 January 1878

THE INDIAKA STATE SEKTIN3L, WEDNESDAY MOENING, JANUARY 2, 1878. II; LOVES HE. B. II. C Old time, sweet time, pu awhile, f pray". Let n ) waning sua go down upon this hippy day. Leave the purple on the bill, the bloom upon the llower, Let tliy finger point forever to this golden tour; Kor he loves me, he hath said it; For my heart a gift hath fi.und. )h ! he loves me, lie ha- h said it I Let there be no lUht nor Round, Have with lovo and beauty crowned. Old time, sweet tint", paus awhile, I pray. Let no wauing sun go down upon thia happy day. Take tue shidow from my heart, the ruin irom my breast, . im , Lay thy. fluttering -wings nMde, let thy sool "have rest . Oblsel it in golden sunbeams thro' the eat and west: For he loves me, he hnth Raid it; For my heart a ilft hath found. Oh ! he loves me, he hath said It ! Let there be no liijrit nor souod, Hrivc with love arid b-auty crowned. DIVINE REWARDS AND PENALTIES. BY REV. W. V. HIBBEN. The HoTv Eible is undoubtedly "the Book of book,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 January 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MCVRNTNG JANUARY 2 1878; 8 ress Goods! HOW m THE BEST BS5 ! Tor the next few days we will 'VEFer our entire stock of Novelties at a Great Hetotion. SPECIAL! One Case at 25 Cents. These goods have sold for more than double this price this season. Piles of handsome goods at 10c, 12l-2c,15c. Our stock is still large, ai d we are determined to Teduce if low prices will do it. L S. ÄYRES & GO. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA. FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL MOSEY AND THE ÄARKEIS. Office w the Ixpiasapous Sentinel,) Monday Evenik, Dec. 31, 1S77. f Ttwt local monev market has undergone no chances worthy of extended comment to-day. The demands for loans have been fair, and rst-class-commercial paper Is being negotiated at 9 and 10 per cent. Eastern exchange Is la fair demand, and counter transactions are being made at 1-10 j rem kirn. Commercial. There was a fair amount of business transacted in all branches of trade to-day. Many lealers were busy Invoicing ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 January 1878

Äff VOL. XXVII NO 21. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 0, 1878. WHOLE NO. 212. ( PREEXMfEXCE. BT IMCL. n. HAVSBi VhUewimtertnc through the crowded street Soiu3hatf-reiuem,tered laea I meet. Albeit upon no mortal höre, Tlr.it face, niethiuks, hath, mulled before. Lost In a gay and f.stal thronz, I tremble at soma tender sought to an air whow golden bars 1 mu.st uve hoard lu other star3. In sacral aisles I pause to share The bluing of a priestly prayer When the whole scene which greets mine eyes la some strange mode I recognize As one whos3 every rayst le part I fil preflured in my haart. At sunet, as 1 calmly stand, A stranger oa aa alien strand Familiar a-? my ch!l1hood's home Kenias the long stretch of wave and toam. One sail toward me o'er the luv. And what fca comes tu do ana .-ay I can foretell. A prescient lore hpriug from some Ufa outlived of yore. Oh ! swift. Instinctive, startling glems. OU! deep soul knowIeJgo! not u dreams! For ave ye vaguely dawn and tile, Rut oh ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 January 1878

t THE INDIAXA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9, 187S. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9. THE JOI RXAIS PLATFORM. AUVICS TO THKSK.NATE. The senate should Indefinitely postpone the bill repealing the resumption law, and then congres shoiild give the people rest. THE BLANK IUI. L. The remouetization of .silver under the terms of the Eland bill will be more disastrous lu Its consequences, In our opinion, than the repeal of the resnmpi Ion act. Jt nullit In its present form properly be termed an act to reduce the value of greenbacks six per cent. TUE VOTE ON THE KLAN I MT.LXoT FOR THE INTKKKSTS OK THE COCNTKV. The members of con!ires, no lonbt, think thev are representing the will of their constituents and that the ma-ses of the rw-ople In Ihn west demand a repeal of the resumption net and a reinoelizat inn of silver under tue terms of the fcUnd bill. This is probably truo in certain districts; but, taking the couutry at large, it Is not tru. but If it was true.it does not follow that it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 January 1878

THE INDIANA STATE SEXTIXEL. "WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9. 1878. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. MA5UKIXO Meadows. A careful citizen of Champaign county, III., a county originally as rich as any under the sun, has been trying the benefits of usinjr broadcast nitrate of soda and, placer. He used 123 pounds of the first and 100 of the latter per acre on meadow and pasture lands last year, and has repeated the application this year. He now reports that he has blue grass on ona and timothy on the other equal in depth and color to any wheat field. Nasal Gleet. Nasal gleet is invariably the result of a protracted disease, in which the sinuses of the head are chiefly involved. It is often caused by neglect, imprudent management, bad ventilation, exposure, insufficient food, cariou teeth, etc. Nasal gleet is a diaeasa which closely resembles glanders. The same structures are involved in both maladies, hence they are very liable to be mistaken one for the other. Hundreds of horses 8uiTering from this di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 January 1878

'4 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOUSING, JANUARY 9, 1878. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 0. After all, philosophize as we may, a good came is to be chosen rather, than great riches. Fortunately for all concerned, the world still has faith in integrity. It will not do, however, to exile vigilance, for the trick of wolves in sheets' c lothing is still practiced by a great many people. Fraud, like base ball, has become a national game, and quite a number of eminent men of the Schenck type are educating the people in "draw poker." It is doubtful if there ever Traa a period in the world's history when so many cultivated, refined and educated ras als were in and out of penitentiaries, and the humiliating spectacle of sending bailiffs and writs to the United States senate for criminals, has been reserved for the full orbed noou of the nineteenth century. It ia barely possible that the times will develop some master genius, who, like Raphael, will make his name immortal by his brush. Should a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 January 1878

THE INDIANA-STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MOKNINÖ. JANUARY 9, 1878. 5 BEAUTIFUL BIRDS. A Review of the Exhibition of the Indiana Poultry fAssociation, Which Closed Friday. The Tinest Display Evsr Mai Ii th9 West A List of the More prominent ExhiJjl.ors Election of OScers or tte Association. The third annual exhibition given ny the Indiana Toultry association, which closed Friday, far surpassed in excellence and number of entries either of those hereto'ore given, over $500 being paid in as entry fec3. The grand display not only rellecte d honor on the management, but was a credit to the state as well. Every variety and breed of poultry from the four quarters of the globe were Lere collected, over Oürt entries hiving been made.and more than $3,000 in premiums paid out The rules and regulations were such that the premiums were open to the competition of the world.- The rules compel rim premium birds to score 90 point9, thus demanding a higher standard of excellence. They have brought out t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 January 1878

6 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9. 1878. THE SWEETEST MUSIC. BT EMILY THORNTON C1IAKLTX. Ah, many a day Have I wandered away. Alone, to the forest glade, Where all day long The wild bird' song Was heard In the wild wood shade. With upturned faceWhere the alders grace The edge of the gurgling brook, Neath the elm tree bough, I have bared ray brow, And recl.ned In the mossy noofc. Where the alders wave, Near the brooklet's lave, And the sEy seemed a dome of bine; While from leaves of trees. Soft stirred by the breeze, The sunshine was sifting through. The Ivy bringing Its tendrils clinging, A wreath woven bower made; With foliugo twining. In beauty combining To deepen the welcome shade. When the blue bird sang. The robin's note rang; Summer's clouds seemed ft floating ky How I long for that nook Where the musical brook Forever went singing by. Imow murmuring srul. Now Joyous and glad. Now tenderly, soft and low; Sweeter music I've heard Than tb? notes of a bir...

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