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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 July 1874

THE INDIANA STATK SKNTiNEU TUE6lA, JULY 14, 1874, TH3 INDIANAPOLIS RACES. OPENING DAY. Tuesday was looked forward to with more than ordinary interest by the turfaien, net only of this city and the state, but by the sporting guild for a thousand miles around. Through an unfortunate combination of circumstances the finest race ot the opening day, in which Red Cloud, Turner's Nettie, St. Jamas and Gloster, who were announced to trot, was withdrawn. The two first named horses, as it was afterward explained to the spectators from the judges stand, had trotted in Columbus, Oh'o. the day before to decide a tie race. Afterward they tiaveled all night to reach the city in time for the opening day here. The attendance of turfman from all parts of the West and South is large and includes many ot the leading horsemen in Michigan, Illinois, Ohio, Kentucky. From the east there were such noted turfmen as Itudd Doble, Alden Goldsmith, Win. M. Humphreys, Ben Mace and others, the representation from ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 July 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, JULY 34. 1874. G A DOUBT. MBB. S. If. p. PIATT. 1 1 is subtile, a nd weary, and wide. It measures the world at my Bide; It touches the alar and tne sun; It f-rt-eps with the dew to ruy feet ; I. brood on the blossoms, and noue, Henaus of iu brooding, are weet ; It Hüdes as a snake In the Brass, Whenever, wherever I pass. It 1 blown to the South with the bird ; At the North, through the uow, U is heard; Viin the moon from tue cnasma 01 11.4111 It rises, forlorn and afraid ; It i turn to the left or the riht, I cannot forget or evade; When it (hake at my sleep as a dream. If I.shudder, It Htlflea my scream. It smiles from the crad'.e; it lies Uii Hie dust of the grave and it cries );i the wmdiand the waters; it slips Ii! :hb llsi ,1 of the leaf to the icruuud ; 1; troubles the kiss at my lip; It !md to my laughter a sound; !; makes the pleura but paint : . : . u billot thebiow of the muiii. Tin c-rmlnaand crown of the kins;, '1 ii- sword of the pold...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 July 1874

THE INDIANA STATE, SENTINEL, TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1874. A SONG OF TIIUEE WORDS. OBAKE, LABOSABK, ET CASTARE. Three blissful words 1 name to thee, Three words of potent charm. From eatlo care thy heart to free. Thy life to shield from harm. Who so these blissful words may know, A bold, blythe-rronted face shall show, And hod with pence, shall tafeiy go Through war and wild alarm. First, ere thy forward fcot thoa move. And wield thy arm of might. Lift up thine heart to Him above That all thy ways be riaht. To the prime source of life and power I .et thv soul rlne even as a Mower That Bkyw-rd climbs In sunny hour. And seeks the genial light. Then gird thy lolna to manly toil, And in the toll have joy: Oi eet hardships with a willing smile, And love the stern employ. Thy glory this the harsh to tame. Acl by wise stroke and technic flame, In God like Labor's fruitful name, Old Chaos to destroy. Then, 'mid thy workshlp's dusty din, Where Titan steam hath sway, Croon to thyself a song within,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 14 July 1874

f THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TÜE8D AY JULY 14 1874. 8 W GOODS - Oar stick of Pry Goods, Millinery and Notions for spring and summer U now very fall nd comp.e e. The purchases were made by Mr. Ayre-i In person, tfho remains in New lerkthe entire Knwn and bay only when the good are the n-zhl kind and quality, and the pricea are hevery lowest thai cash can obtain. To farmera and mee hanlcs we can offer the best goods n Sb market at prices a low aa any house to he vc, ad that very few bounes can dupliate. C me and see for yourself. L S. AYRES&CO., Trade Palace. Indianapolis. Allay pains, subdue swellings. heal burns, and will cure rheumatism, spavin," and any flesh, hone or muscle ailment. The While Wrapper Is for family nste, the Yellow Wrapper for aci ranis rrlce 50 cents; large bottles, 51. ftillUron rrr for Cft orl. I'ieUKaiit to tafce-a perfect substitute for Castor Oil. but raft - tfTcacious In rtguiatiug tte stomach and bowel. FINANCE AND BUSINESS. GENERAL MARKET REV...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 July 1874

I ...... vf? 5 vf? j ii vINDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1874. TOL. XXIII-KO. 49 WHOLE NUMBER 1,759. rar ii I i': m k sion ' THE REPUBLICAN ADDRESS DEMOCRACY AND REPUBLICANISM CONTRASTED. THE RECORD MADE BY THE TWO PARTIES THE ISSUES BEFORE THE NATION JJLSCCSSED. To the People of the Unital St at et: You wHl soon proceed to select your representatives for a new congress. The occasion Invites cs to submit for your Inspection the record of republican achievements since the party was called to the administration of national affairs. We seize the opportunity to avow that record, not to apologize for it. We challenge yoar apTimvul. not Your pardon. The obligations of government and people, Ills the obligations of servant and master, are mutual. The government, like the servant, owes faithful service. But the people, like the master, hntwut rwrurnltion of faithful service. Every thoughtful employer knows that be can not with impunity decry faithful labor. He w uh.htmiiiv will toon have no...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 July 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY JULY 211874. LAUNCHING THE CEAFT. DEMOCRATIC SHIP. AFLOAT. THE CREW ftHE CABRIEP. HER COLORS. THE PLANKS SHE IS BUILT OF. YESTERDAY'S WORK SOME SHIFTING, BUT A PINAL 8BTTLIS DOWN TO BUSINESS OOV HKS PRICKS DEFINES HB VIEWS ON THE BAXTER BILL AND FINANCE A LONG DAY S PULL AND ITS RE.-CLTS. Ten o'clock found all the avenues, sidewalks and stairways jammed with an innumerable multitude of delegates and friends, with tickets, awaiting the opening of the the Acmlemv. which from some cause were slow to give way and les the sov ereignsln. In five minutes after access was obtained every seat, corner, gallery and available foot was taken. The district dele gations were soon arranged in their places duly designated by placards, and ready for business. It was one of the strongest and best constituted conventions ever assembled In the state. The state central committee tnnk charireof theooeninz. and bad arranged to dispense with a temporary organization, whin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 July 1874

THfc INDIRA T AT K - SKM T i N EIL T V ESllA Y , JÜLT 21, 1874. THE CANDIDATES. WHO THIT ARE AND BOMBTHlNQ ABOUT : Below are given brief sketches of the prominent caudldates f r official position. The first candidate, the Hon JobnE.Neff, . nominee for , , SECRETARY OF STATE" was born in Winchester, Rando'ph county, Ind., and is now but twenty-eight years old. He has lived in the place of his nativity, and giown up without going west, and built up a deserved popularity in his own county. His education was obtained at the state uniTersity in Bloominitori, aid there, as at home, he won every Dodv to his enduring friendship. When the Monroe delegation were delicately approached in the interest , of another condiiate, tbeyoungraeu replied: We knew John v. heii be was wirh us in college, and he Is onr man. An older delegate said, Nefl boarded in my family and I know his won h. and he must have my support. For seven years bs has been in the practice Of law at Winchester. He came within twe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 July 1874

4t THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1874. TUESDAY, JULY 21. The democratic legislature of 1S71 levied a state tax of five cents on tbe hundred dol lar. At the close of the democratic admin istrmtion iu 1S72, tbe state treasurer held in hU poesiou the sum of $763,000 surplus. The extra session of tbe Republican legisla tare which wa cdled 1872, expended the public money at such a rate that by the time cf adjournment l be treasurer had only rr onn on hand to turn over to " F his successor. Tbe republican legiala tura at ita rezular session of 1373 fixed the tax rate at fifteen cents on the dollar and increased the assessed valuation of property at the same time in order ito make a wide sweep. Not only has the enor mous atnouut collected beeu expended, but the state has also been compelled to borrow about $700.0J0 at 8 per cent, interest. There is now, it is sid, a great amount of money In the treasury which might be used wl h advantage to pay off tbe temporary loan, but th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 July 1874

TEE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1874. t, 1 CONVENTION ECHOES. FROM TIIK EAST AND WEST. REMARKS COMMENDATORY AND C05DEMXATORT THK IfEW YORK AND HARD MONIT CRITlCiSMS THE PLATFORM 8KVERELT OVERHAULED. The lollowing comments are principally those which appear alter a careful study and examination of the democratic platform of the late convention. , , The New York World wisely criticize as follows: Horns Kale, Free Trade, Hard Money are the short summaries of old democratic doctrines which now emerge in the living issues of our present politics, in the Immediate necessities of the whole people, and in the affirm rive demands of the great majority of democrats, North, South, East and West. Horn Itule. The fidelity of the democrats of .Indiana to this fundamental and most e-eential article of democratic faith Is not surpassed by that of any dtmocrats in any state. Thev ground th-ir appeal to be intrusted with the administration of the state and federal governments rpon their...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 July 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL iTUESUAi, JULY 21 C 1874.1 ; THE SHIP INTHE DESERT. . -f . ' " " "" ' BY JOAQCIN MILLER. ' Thev -tood upon tue inonntain brow, Thebeanrtrtl trappen, halting stood 3rro'u.'e, In nettled ire; A group irom out the cool Ins; wood ' They .zed right eagerly below. '"' ' The flushed sun settled to the west, ' lkeaom farhemt phereof Ore; Taa aaad flhed bac like fleMs of snow. ' ' And yet ajriin they gazed. And now.. Kar off and atnt, they ww or gues-ed. They haw, beyond the sands, a ,lne A dire and distant liftln beach Thtdarin men mtith dre and reacn. Dim thape of toppled peafcs with pine, An4 w Wired foot-hills uark like wine. TkHrleader turned and shook his head. And shall we turn aide." he ia, -"Or dare this hell T" i ue noen stood still , Asleanlngon his sterner will: . And then be stopped and tame And held his broad hand to h m brow. T'tefar. white levels of the plains . flashed back like billows, tven cow He Haw rise P remote, 'raid e, -JitrSpM". mid wastes...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 July 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY JULY 21, 1874. ! THE PEARL OF THE PHILIPPINES. Extract from a jwm by R- H. Htoddard, In Harper'a Magazine wr August. "I felt If Margoerita dlefl Mr heart wan broken.- Ana I saia, she shall not die till 1 have tried Once more to Rave her.' W hat to do? Then something put Into ray bead The Infant Jesus of Zebon III go to him; the Child Divine Will ave thU only child of mine. 1 will present him with a pearl. And he will spare my little sjn , . The largest pearl that I can find, ' The one tha sha 1 delight his uilnd! The purest, best. I give tn you, . OlniaotJesu of Z bout' Twaa morning when I made the vow. ''and well do 1 remember now How light my heart was as I ran Down to ti e ea. a happy man I . Alt that 1 passed alot g the way The woods around me and above. The plainttve cooing of the dove. The ruHtl ng of the hWMen snake. The wild ducks swimming 1 the lake, The hide, us 1 zards large as men Nuthin, 1 ihtn k, escupwl me then, And nothing will efe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 July 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY JULY 21 1874. 8 JE V G S . Oar stock of Dry Goods, Millinery and oüon tor spring nd summer Is now very ruH and eomplete. The purchase were made by Mr. Ayres In person, who remains in New York the MUrt season and buys only when the goods are Uiertahtktnd and quality, and I the prloe are the very lowest thai cash can obtain. To farmin and mechanics we can offer the best goods the market at prices as low as any hon n be weHt, and thai very few booses can dupllte. Dome and see for yourself. L S. AYRES !l CO., Trade Palace. Indianapolis. CKXTAUR LIXI3IEXTS Allay pains, tabdas swellings. heal barns and will enre rheu mat Ism, spavin, and any flesh hono or mnnrle ailment. The White Wrapper Is for family use - the Yellow Wrapper for animals Price 50 cents; large bottles, II. Child rea cry fr Catri.-PleaMant to take a perfect substitute for Castor Uli. but mr re effcaclous in regulating tte stomach and bowels. FINANCE AND .BUSINESS GENERAL MARKET REVIEW. M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 July 1874

i Ii E w A YOIa XXIII-O. 60. THE OLD PIOSEEK. BTTHKODORt o'UAKA. ruvtten at the crae of Pa011 I w r.uen a. h cemetery. Daniel Boone, ranita dir for the brave o'd placer ! Knhcb t-errant of the wood Calmly fceneatH the green od here HerestB from fleid and flood; Thi "wwboop and the pan ther's screams Nore bis soul hall rouse. FoYv 11 tbe aped honterdrearas lsido his good old Piuse. A dir for the brave old pioneer! Hushed now his line's pealThe dews of many a vanished year or Hees the fierce wild boar. A dire for the brave old pioneer! Olddruliol the West! HI offering was the lleet wild deer. HI sbrln-s the mountain f rft. Within bl wildwood temple a space An empire' tower nod, "Wher erat, alone of all hU race, lie kDelt to nature' Uod, A d'.rse for the brave old pioneer! Columbus of the land ! Who pained freeuoin's proa.1 career Beyond the conquered strand: An' gave her pilgrim sons a hoaae No niouarch's step profanes, Free tu the cbimew winds that roam U ton i J boundless plains. A ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 July 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY JULY 28 1874. : nlk;iit and l,antebn-l:oht. V.V i. I. I.ATIIKOl. From The galaxy for August-1 . txv mellowly clow tho lanterns fluui; out id luedwr, dark trees, .v nito 1 sit at her side, and ner faa tuni Tue ruoiM, warm air to a breeze! '.'.-.zbt nierrllv pipes each player. io the shifting swlns or the dance I-i the dazzling parlors: what gayer Could be, or more like a romance? ut I look from her cheek of crimson. And the diamond caught in her hair, V the moon that so silently swinison lürougu gloiious Rloomsof the air. . Zhcn back' to this coquettish presence .My restless regard returns; And itsglittenn glamour lessens. While homcthlug ullenly burn imyliMrt. I know not If any Significance in it ihre be; ut I think of stonn.and the rainy Low light on the line of the sea. GENERAL NOTES. At Wooster College, Ohio, the feminine students, it is said, equal the masculine ones in mathematics as well as m languages, The Wisconsin Norwegian are preparing ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 July 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY JULY 28, 1874. want another long separation. "While we are in the flesh let us abide together. Wednesday Mobsiso, March, 1SG3. Oh, how almost perfectly could I minister to vou this wintry day. My heart glows so perpetually. I aoi conscious of a great inward awakening towarii yon. If I live I shall teach my children to begin their loves -where now I am. I can't conceive of anything more delicious than a life consecrated toaTalthfnllove. I insist that I miss you more than von do me, but soon I shall see my beloved. Signed " ' Your ow Dear W ife. ' In addition to the above many other letters by Mrs, Tilton to her husband prior to her corruption by Mr. Beecher, served to show that a christian wife, loving her husband to the extreme degree above set forth, conld only have been severed trom the path of rectitude by artful and powerful persuasions, clothed In phrases ct religion and enforced by strong appeals from her hief christian teacher and guide. ei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 July 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, JULY 2tf 1871. TUESDAY, JULY 28. The London corresnon Jent of the New York TrtboDO says that the Lincolu Cower of which tho crur sione was recently Uid with so much gush, is a clever device ol Nwman Hall to get hi church finished, irh Arnroi lar:re ontribution from .-v.ritablaand DOlitical parties to finish the building all through the beloved name of the ex-president. Tb9 whole Dusinwa 1 i ,-ononneed somewhat disreputable. The Tribune says that there were two cle of American sympathies in England dcring ihrtwar "one which Sicruiceu mucu nu another which grained something, and the Rev. Newman Hill hardly belongs to the former." i . . - - Under date of July lMb St. Paul TiaVfctch r-Mived special telegrams from sixtyone counties of Minnesota on the condition x.i tha frlM. Whila this was a stroke of croditabl enterprise, the information ob tained is of uroAt ireneral interest to me chantry at this time. At the date named, the barley, which is a loadi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 July 1874

. . . n rr . m rs o Tl iwm r T i-i - TJtllS LiN HI A IN A QiAix. oxa.lxj, iUjJoUA i JULY 28, 1874'. THE GRASSHOPPER PLAGUE. THE EXTENT OF RAVAQE3. IHK KKPORT9 OP DEVASTATION EXAGGERATED TUB CROP OF JiO COUNTY KNTIRELY PRSTBOTED THR METHOD OF FEhDINO. A f pf cial correspondent of the New York Tribune writing from St. James, Watonwau, Minn., on the 20th instant, Rives a careful resnme of the extent and character of the 1 1aect ravage in that State: 'The cows have long horns a great way off, is a homely 2ftw England proverb, as trne on the Minnesota frontier as on a Yankee farm. "The wheat crop of Minnesota has been destroyed by grasshoppers" was the doleful atory that I beard in Washington, to justify the prayer t Gov. Davis for aid from the United States tovernmeat to save the people of this stricken region from starvation. "Half the State is overrun," said the Chicago and Milwaukee wheat-traders, but whether they believed it or were attempting to "bull' the market I did not ascertai...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 July 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1874. 6 A SAINT. BY ELIZABETH SILL. Not In some cloister' shadowy cells. Apart from all the world, she dwells; M ith eyes nplift to some fair shrine, la visioned ecstacy divine, Unknowing of the surg, the cry, 1 he storm, the wreck, the agony, , , Without, around, that fcwell. The ceaseless feet find every taunt f sorrow, guilt, or misery gacnt;. " 3 ler busy hands no office know ; ' Too mein to soothe another" woe; , ,y . And na on that bright tropie tree. At once fair flower and fruit are found, - J-o ever through her life's sweet round. That ever spends itself for human needs Iter pare p ravers blossom -with golden Ueeüs Of gracious charity. . JTo !aw of silence sets its seal ' Alike on words of 111 or weal ; Her gentle vows no further reach . , . J Than banunklnd or bitter sptecb ; Her gentle Bps forever ope 'So otter sympathy or hope, To comfort and to heal. ' And the lone vigil that she keeps J-i where some friendless creature sleep...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 July 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1874. 1 A SEA DREAM. Atlantic Xor August. We saw the slow tides go and come. The curving surf-lines lightly draw n, Th grav rocks touched with tender bluom iieueatn tfce fresh-blown rose of dawn. We uw In richer sunsets lost The somber pomp of showery noons; Ami Mnal spectral sails that crossed The weird, tow light of sea-born moons. On stormy even from cliff and head . We saw the vfclle sr-ray tot-sed and spurned, While, over all. in gold and red, It face of fire the light-house turned. The rail-car brought Its daily crowds; Half curious, half Indifferent, Like pa.sf.ing sails or floatlnz clouds. We mw ttieru a they came and went. liut, one calm morning, as we lay And watched the mirage-lifted wall Of coast, acott tae dreamy bay. And heard afar the curlew call, An d n earer voice, wild or tame, or alr Mock and childish throng. lTp from the water's ede there came r'alnl snatches of Xuuliiar song. Careless we heard the finger's choice Of ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 July 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY JULY 28 1874. E V GOODS srJor ntnrx Drv O wx!s, MIMncry and Notions . for nrtng lu amer 1 now very fall und ompiive. T! parchaeH -were made by Mr. Arrm I rrn, who remains In New orktho ntir xtM od b-tvs only when tbe goods are erlit kirrt and quality, and the prices are th.Terv lowest thu cash can obtain. To farmMMtl mnanto we can off-r the best goods r i market at price a low as anv house In lattKxm, h4 t very few hoaxes can dupli18 wm and nee for yourself. S. AYRES & CO., Trade Palace. Indianapolis. VBXTAUR I.IXIM KSTH Allay pains, subdus swellings, hea barns, and will care rheanj&i ism, spavin, and any flesh, bone or muscle aliment. Tbe White Wrapper is for family use, -the Yellow Wrapper for animals Price SO cents; large bottles, SI. tptr3E - rniMrr rjr for' Csütorii. Piea.xiii to sake perfect Kubsiilnte for ('as tor Oil. bot ' more efTaelou9 In regulating tLe stomach and bowels. FINANCE AND - BUSINESS. . GENERAL MARKE?...

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