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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 June 1874

5 - r VOL. XXIII-KO. 47. FAIR AND FIFTEEN. BT HOWARD GLISDOS. She is tbe East, Jost ready for the sun l ; no n a cloudlets morning. Oh, her enee Hath caueht the trick, or toe nrt delicate streak "Which says earth's lightward footsteps have begun I And Uli her brow is like tome Arctic beliht Which never fall, knowi the hot blash oi noon ; - - Bhewe the seal of May, and not of Jane; She U toe new day, farthest off from night! a kT,,4 Crltt. .rimann rlftin thrOUKh 1U rutin 2 through ssuva green . The lar?e, clear eye, so shy their lids between, . , . ve hints of this dear wonder's neat completeness. lor, when the bad Is fair and full Hie this. We know that there will be a queen of roses Before he cloister's emerald and gate uncloses. And her true knight unlocks her with a kiss, And t?ing on' the young moon, fashioned slightly A silver cipher inlaid on the bine For all that she is mrange and Ulm and new, AVe knew that she will grow in glory nightly. And dear to loving eyes as that first...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 June 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY JUNE 30, 1874. BY MR?. K. X. P. VlAT$ Well, either you or I, After whatever is to say is said, . .. - - -Must see the other die, or hear through distance, of the ether dead, v.- i . Sometime. And yoa or I mast hide " Poor rnptv eves an. I laces, wan and wet . With life's He beside. . ,, The other's colüu, sts-iied with silence, yet, . l J f - - - ' Sometime. , r And you or I must look ' -j t ! - pi ' Ol ill lJ IUC Hia"-v - ' W ' ' ' And read, as In a book - 1 k : . ' ' Writ in the dn-O, words we made & Iter here, v " Sometime. l.r.if ' , ; rrrrr i : :-i: !-? Then, thron eh what paths of dew, , ' What riush of flowers, what glory In the grass, Only one us two, ' 1 ' -": Even as a shadow walklpg. blind may pass, --'-"it: ' ..metUa-e M?'r And. if the nestling hon. ;" ' . Vl'wL'-" Break from the bosom of the bird for love, No mora to listen long, ,-V-Oae shall he deaf below, one deaf above, i r .. toaietime. . i ? . . . , - ' ' : 4 ; For b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 June 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY; JUNE: .30; 1 1874.; 1 H V SUMNER. ET JOHN O. WHITTER. "I am cot one who has disgraced beauty of Sentiment by deformity of conduct, or the maxims or a freeman by the actions of a "lave; bot, hy ths grae of Ckxl, I have kept my life nnsul1 led." 3111 ton's Defense of the Teople of tngbuid. . - . , i . 0 mother State! the lnds of March Kiew chill o'er Auburn's Field of ioa, "Where slow, beneath a leaden arch Of aky, thy monrnlng children trod. And now, with all thy wixxls in leaf. Thy fields in flower, beside thy dead - - Thou Bittest In thy robes of grief, A Rachel yet uncomiorted I And onoe again the organ swells,- . Once more the flag is half-way hung, And yet again the raournf al bells In all thy Bieeple-tower are rung.. i i And I, obedient to thy will,- - .. Have coaie a simple wreath to lay, t Superfluous, ou a grave that still . Is sweet Witt aü the How er of May. ; 1 take, with awe. the task assigned; It may be that ray friend might miss,In ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 June 1874

4 TUESDAY, JUNE 30. A colored member of the legislature of the District ot Columbia, on the adjournment of that august body, seized upon a large feather duster, which was one of the most elegant properties oi the forum that had resounded to his eloquence. He passed the handle of the dnster down the leg of his pantaloens, and battoried the gorgeous feathers up under his vest, and wrapping the mantle of conscious rectitude over mil, departed. Doubtless many members of Congress carried off their whitewash brushes in the same way. The politicians are indulging in ingenious speculation astothetneanlnsc oftbr"pointment of Mr. Hale to succeed CresweR. The most reek tma guess on the subject seems to be that he win chosen because he is the pur ticular frwnJ of Speaker Blalne,and it is tke design of the administration to throw alt fc infiuenceln tne scale In favor of that getirc man's nomination for the presidency. It bas become the eostom now to -er plain po litical occurrences by means of s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 June 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, JUNE CO. 1874. THE BEEOHER SCANDAL. TILTON SPEAKS. A CONVICTING CARD. BEKCHER PROSOUSCED OCILTT HIS OWN 8IQA TURK PROCLAIMS IT LIGHT AT LAST. New York, June 24. Theodore ; Tilton published in the Golden Age this afternoon a aeven-colnmn article touching the Beecher scandal In defence of himself against the charges of the Rev. Leonard Bacon, moderator ol the late Brooklyn council, that Tilton has been a cowardly slanderer of Beecher, whose magnanimity alone saved him from a disgraceful exposure. Having suffered In silence for four years from these and similar misrepresentations put before the public by Plymouth church, Mr. Tilton Bays that neither patience or duty will permit him longer to conceal the actual facta from the public. lie then goes on to say tht he has never slandered Henry Ward boecher, but on the contrary baa sacrificed hi own reputation to suppress the truth aboui him, and that he never baa refused to appear before a church and answ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 June 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1874. G UP THE NILK. ET J0AQCI! MILLEK. A srand old Neptune In the prow. With beard as blown by winds of eas. Gray browed, and stained wlta rata and s'onu ; A grizzled King. I see him now Stand up, turn dreamily, loot back . Alon;r the low boat's wrinkled track, , , Then fold a mantle round a form Broad bnllt as any Hercules; And so sit Bilentiy. . . Beside The turbaned sea-king sat his bride, . A great sad beao'y, iu whose eye Lay all toe peace of Paradise; -A un-bora bloiMoni, rudely torn ' - From out the lilies, to be woru Above a stern a breast as ere Stood king at e or uj where. A sal. sweet dreamer; one who knew Not anything of earth at all. . Nor c.tied to fecow its bane or bliss; A dove that did not touch the land. And this may be beciuse she drew Her p.U of Me rirjht fron the haid , K Ho l, and did aotclioose to ltirn The ih:u2H that make up earth's concern. Ah ! there be sonl none understand r like -iouils thev cannot touch the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 June 1874

( i t THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, JUNE CO. IST- ... , . i i j i I 1 A MEMORIAL HALL, . The following poem was read by Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes at the dedication of Memorial Hall at Harvard College, which is consecrated to the memory of those sous of Harvard who died in the service of their country during the late war: j. . Where, girt around by savage foes, : Our nurturing Mother's shelter rose, , Ilehold. the lofty temple stand, , ' , Reared by her children's grateful viands; Firm are the pillars that defy The volleyed thunders of the say : t .Sweet are the summer wreaths that twine With bad and flower our martyr's shrine. ' The hoes their tattered eolor bore Kall mintr'imr on the sunlit floor. ! Till evening spreads her spangled paH, , And wraps in shade the storied hall. j'. ...... ; ' Ftrm were their hearts In danger's honr, " Sweet was their manhood's morntnir flower ! Ttielr hopes with rainbow hues were bright How swiftly winged the sadden Bight! O, Mother! on thy mar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 June 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY JUNE 30, 1874. 6 JEW GOODS Oar stock of Dry Goods, Millinery and Notions r.i mriniF and ammer is now very iuu una mmnioui. Th BomhuM wr made by Mr, Ayres In person, who remains In- New York tbe entire season and buys only when tbe good are the ri:rul kind and quality , ana me prices are the very lowest thai cash can obtain. To farmen and meehantca we can ffr tbe best ifotxlx n ir inkrkt tt DrlOM M low a any bonne In he we, aod that very few houses can dupli xk. Corns and see for yourself. L S, AYRES & CO., Trade Palace. Indianapolis. (TE9TAVB -IXIMSCÄT Allay pains, subdue swellings. heal burns, and will cure rheumatism, spavin, and any flesh vvin nr muscle ailment. The White Wrapper Is for family use -the Yellow Wrapper for animals Price 50 cents; large bottles, f I. Ottl drew mrj for 4nrl. Piea.-3rst to take a perfect substitute for Castor Oil. but rocrrf etreacious in regulating ue stomacu auu bowel. FINANCE AND BUSINES?. HXURAL MARK...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 July 1874

Jtr rrr vt? t ' t s: VOL. ' XXIII-KO. 48. MARBLE OR DUST? XKS. S. M. B. PIATT. A child, beside a statue, sail to me. With pretty wisdom Tery sadly Just, 'That man is Mr. Lincoln, mamma. He Was made of marble ! we axe made of dust. One flash of passionate sorrow trembled through The dust of which I had been dimly made, One fierce, quick wish to be of marble too.Not something meaner, that must fall and fade. "To be forever fair and f till and cold. I faintly thougnt, wun isiui thna rufi tn fit willi Time, ana faintly thought, wltn iaint tearsiu " - . . . t i. . I Between us mat uncrumuuus miu .... , To see the creatures formed of slighter stulf Waver In little dead-leaf whirl away. Yet know that I could wait aDd have enough Of frost and dew, enough of dark and day. would be marble? Wherefore? Just to Themtremors of glal pain that dust must k D o w The erief that settles after some deU kiss? The frown that was a smile not long ago? 4Io 1 forcet the stone's long loneliness? The dumb imp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 July 1874

THE INDIANA. STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY JULY 7, 1874. IN ARIZOXA.A , Joaquin Miller Id tue July Overland How broken plunged the deep descent Kuw barren, donate nd rent Uy fcarUiuaet-K-k Uie land lay aeaa. Ukesoiri proud Sim? la old time slain. An ugly skeleton, it gleamed !la burning and-; 1 tbiry rain . Of tierce volcanoes here had sown - Its ashrat. Kumt and b!nk a-d Beamed , With thunderstrokes and strown Vlthnn'ier. Y a, so overthrown. That wilder men than we have Bald, ln seeing tnis, with gathered breath, "We come on the coutlnes of death . And yet here lay, in ashes lay, Bt-skde this dead and dried up sea This wide white desert sea oi anu. This land that Beemel to know no lams. While great round wheels ground inourarauy A city older than that gray ' And grass grown towe , ballded when Confusion caned the tongues of men. And groaning wheels plowed here and there. Flowed dep in earth and broke anew Old broken idol-, and laid bare Old bits of vessels th t had grown As countless age...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 July 1874

V " THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1874. i w LIFE. BARRY CORN W A LI. v ar a born: welangh; we weep; We lave; we droop; we die! Ah ! wherefore do we laugh or weep ! Why do we live or die? Who knows that secret deep? Alas ; not 1 1 Whr doth the violet spring Unseen by haman eye? Why do the radiant seasons orlng Kweet thoughts that quickly fly ? Why do oar fond hearts cling To things that die? We toll through pain and wrong; WeflshV-andfly; , We love: we lose; and then, erelong, Stone dead we lie : Olife! isallthy son Kadareand-dfe?' AFTER TOM COLLINS. Through the basy lanes and streets, Scrutinizing all he meets. To each nar-room and hotel. la and out the do ir pell mell 1 Alter Tom Collins. Har hl m ask, his breath between,- . Where thta fellow can be seen ; Kverybody. of coarse, knows Madly off again he soe. Friends Insist that he shall drink, KiU he Ups them like a wink; What to him is wine or ale, Whtn his feet are on the trail Alter Tom Collins. Has there not a tle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 July 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, JULY 7. 1374. TUESDAY, JULY 7. Ime Knie. To understand the question of Ilomo Rule now under discussion in England, a review of the legislative connection between that onntrv and Ireland may be necessary. Tbe history of the conquest, of Ireland is a peculiar and intricate one, and very few readers take the pains to disentangle its con t relictions and confusions. It began with an invasion by Norman adventurers in the twelfth century, and its completion involved a struggle several hundred years in duration The nobles of Henry II and their success ors brought to Ireland the English system of government and' English law, but the sphere of their influence was confined, at first,to a narrow section of the island, and to men ol English race. Tbese, while acknowl edging allegiance to the king of England.had their own parliament, assembled at Dublin, the chief city cf what was called the Paie, and their own courts of justice. There came a time, however, wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 July 1874

Llllu iuiAiA o,iiiiML, ruiibUAl, JUJA 7, 1874. .Ii r Ti w - r r . r i l frn i rr i.' L i TI1 1 f "W m ---. . JESUS ONLY. II. L. L. in the Kunday Magazine. "And when the voice was past, Jesus was fonud alone." St. Lake, lxn 30. The viron fades away. The brilliant radiance from heaven Is gone; Theanel visitants no longer stay. Silent the voice Jesos Is found alone. In strange and sal amaze Th t.iree disciples watch, with lonelng vain. While the cloud chariot floats beyond their Yea, thefl must go He only 111 remain. Oh, linger, leave us not, IVlestial brothers! heaven has seemed so nf ar . While ye were with us earth was all forgot! See, they have vanished; He alone is here. "He only He, our own, Dur loving Lord, is ever at our side. What though the messengers of heaven are gone j Let all depart. If he may still abide !" Such surely was thir thought Who stood beside him on that wondrous eve. Ho would we feel; Jesus forsake us not, When those unutterably dear must leave! For all their ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 July 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1874, 6 NOT L'.CT. Mary Brotberton In McMillan's Maazlne.l I Keing rooted like trees in one place, Out braln-foliace tossed Uke th leave of the tree that are caustat Ky the four winds of heaven, some thought li.owsoutof the world Into space, And Beeais lost. II. We fret, the mind labors, heart bleeds; We heilere and we fear, We believe an3 we hör in a lie. Or a truth ; we doubt till we die, Furhlindly examining creeds With a sneer. III. To life we apply an inch rule, And 10 its Btntowtr: Fach to elf an Infallible priest, Knrh struta 'o the too of the fea't, ,y says to his brother, "'lhou fool '. tio down lower.'" IV. r.Ulr?n Ute trees from our place, ;ld, era bedded, enmiaiaod ; Our dead leaves are raked up for mould. And come that n'ere sun-ripe and gold, biotvn out of the world Into tpa:e. Are not lost. GENERAL NOTES. The French academy has selected Livings tono as the subject for its poetical pr.za to be answered in 1S75. . Coggia's com...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 July 1874

THE INDIANA STAT K KNTIN K ! TUKSDaY, JULY 7. 1874 IIOXIE AND FARM NOTES. Don't let the grass ripen before it is cut for hay. The farmers should always cave something on hand for tbe market, and never have the proceeds of a crop used up betöre the crop is sold. A smooth and clean lawn around the house will make any place charming. But pigs and poultry will quickly destroy all that is attractive in the house yard. It is a pitiful mistake to denouuce any trade or profession necessary to society. Never entertain prejudice against any man because of bis profession. Let every man stand on his own merits as a man. Speaking of the improvement ox seed Charles D. Bragdon says be has known farmers who have sown the same variety of wheat for 20 years, "and who sell mort of their crop for seed to their neighbors. rhy have not purchased seed either, but by careful selection and culture they have kept improving their crop." This, he thinks, is the kind of "selection" to be generally advised, A wr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 7 July 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY JULY 7 1874. 8 N E W GOODS Oar stock of Dry Goods Millinery and Notions for spring and Bummer U now very fall and cSnnnele? The purch were made , by .Mr Ayres in person, who remains In New York the enUre Reason and buy only when the gcL. are the risht kind and quality, and I the prices axe I TJhnlcs we can offer the best Roods fw" i . rinn n low as any house m "rTerfiew booses can dupli- ate. .Come and see for yourself. L. S. AYRES & C(V Trade Palace. Indianapolis. AUy'palns, subdus swellings, keal burns, and will core rhenmatlsm, spavin, and any flesh, bone or muscle ailment. The White Wrapper is for family use. the Yellow Wrapper for animal Price 5ö cents; large bottles, SI. for 4'atorla. rieasam 10 m it ute for Castor on. dui wore emotions in vv-.iaungtLe bowels. ffelldren 7 tn, j rerfect SO- FINANCE AND BUSINESS. GSNERAL MARKET REVIEW. MONEY MATTERS. Tie New York Jonrnal of Commerce remarks: The settlement of the currency question ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 July 1874

V VOL. XXIII-NO. 49. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1874. "WHOLE :NU3IBEIU,75!i v i I n DEFEAT. He took her band and looked at her! o Bound did that deep stillness ur; J'ven the weary, wandering rain Had ceased to beat upon the pane; Only about the perfect mouth A. aixh more faint than the faint South Hovered of moment's space, and then Died into nothingness agaiu. The words he spoke were brief atd slow What could he say, she did not know ; Wnat pulse of lhat impetuous soul Hut owned her calm, serene control . 'o need for him to test her heart With cunnlns fence or verbal art ; Only to ask and wait her will. And, winning, losing, love her stLl. I'erhaps she wavered ay, perhaps The shadow of the cloud that wraps The future from our questioning gaze Iet In some glimpse of after dav. Some hint ot all she miKht possess In that true spirit's tenuVrues., If but her weaker life might move l' nto the music of his love. Pf-rhaps! who knows? He only knew The larr tray eyes were dim with dew,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 July 1874

4 THE I XT) LA NA. STATE SENTINEL, U.ESDAY JULY 14, 1874. THE LINK BETWEEN. HOVAKD G LYN DON. Just before 1 co to leep, Whispjii!: :i:.'r il your nanif. Tanse 1, womlrit sWfnrme You are doing Jut the same. TLls I promised unto you, Wheu wetwoi. side by side; 1 with all-rftjrefui Opened on j uu sad r.nu wide. Far-off son nd of laiv.jV.er cam--, Falnllv through Ilieopen u .- . We bat thought fhat fncii should Oa the other's face no i -ore. And bow dear I was to you, I could meaisnre by tl p:iin . That o'ertlowed n- wh-n I tnouhl, "We shall never meet again! But 1 unshed my heart, and said. Looking flrmlv In your eye: "fine thtnff 1 can no for joa, Though 1 am not overwlse. "I will take your name to (.Jo J, As a surety, every nicht, Forvonrmfety, and with Illra Help to keep your memory br gU'. Standing up, you took my hand Yours wa !d h any stone You said : "Oh, how hnl to part And be ever more alone ! 'But. if nightly thoughts may oro, Travelers 'twlxt you and me. Comforted, a little ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 July 1874

3 HORACE TO VIRGIL. ODE III. OF BOOK I. AD VIBGILIOT. Sic te Diva, potens Cypri." May that lovable Goddess, the Cyprian Queen. Aua the bromers 01 neieu, man .LH. t . And from every foal wind may old txiui Thy bark, for he rules all the winds In crea tlon. And O ship that art trusted e'en now to ily Virgil to Athens, the land of the strar.eer , , -r .1 . hnmA n s na ret V. I trav Aliü save the btst hall of my Ueing from danger. That man rnnst have had a Ihrlce-fortified Of oai or of brass, who first tried navlga From 'the shelter of port who had eoorase to AniUo face a sou'-wester without consterca tioa. hv hu (ha thA noreast IATS about h a way that Is perl.ctiy Iran ic; Lashes Aflrta' waves till they're foaming like Anil rouses cr soothes the uncertain Atlantic What manner of death ccuid that mariner dread. , . Who could loot the sea-make In the face witnoat wmking; . Who cir.M -e on the breakers, with, foamshlvortd head, . A tnoyrr.se 11 around him, and dreamt not cl süriuiiing? , ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 July 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, JULY 14. 1874. TUESDAY, JULY 14- In the Sentinel, thi morning, will be found extended reports from different sections ol the ttate in regard to the farmers' prospects of a harvest. But the concurrent testimony tends to establish the same joint, that the prod act of the year will be imlr.enm. It is becoming a matter of belief tliat the wheat product of the world 1 greater than the consumption of the world. "Russia comfs as a competitor in tin Enropean market, and if he bad tbe machinery of the United Slates, would produce a decided effect on the wheat producing business of thecoun.try. It will not be many yef.ra before the' , railroad will carry to fttssia all the tjther improvements of -cWillzaftion, tbougb their adoption will not, perhaps, be as rap4d as im "this country. In -quantity and quality -of wheat she 4s not surpassed by any of her "near neighbors. Tbe corn prospect was never better asawble, and in fruit she has an excellent . report. Th...

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