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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 October 1874

r THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. OCTOBER 27. 1874. T2STJDTJL.2SI - RETURNS VOTB AT TIIK STATE ELECTION OF RETARY OF STATE. COOSTIKS. .Adams.., l.V)l Allen -Bartholomew . IV ii ton r.!ackforU. foone - Brown arroll 1 larke.. - flay . Clinton...-.. rawford.. 1 mvless liearborn. Decatur - 2Kt 71 2Hrj 11I 3ÜÖ7 2T0 srai J21N 1!M9 M2S VlIlK 19.'4 P40 lHKalb. DelawareImbois FJkliart Fayette Floyd FountainFranklin -Fulton-. ( i 1 bson Orant , Greene ., i la mil ton . Hancock -Harrison .. Hendricks SU IK'S 2MS 2172 ?J7 1441 21 :W 1811 2147 PW2 aim 216P. 174-S Henry - 171 Ho war J Huntington Jackson UM 2UV Jasper 5SI 18CS -Jefferson.-Jennings .. Johnson ... Knox.-.. Kosciusko. Ijurrange . Lake-... 2-Vi; 15 II 224 277S 2211 lOlH I 3172 I-aporte 1 4t wren oe.. lil .Madison. Marlon-. H4-" Marshall.. 21 K Martin. i:k: Miami-.. Mon roe. Montgomery. , Morgan l.V.I. 2fKi 1.C5: MX 2.21 57! 1122; 17Hli jaevton. .loule Ohio.... Orange Owen .. Parke. INfW, Porter . 127 Posey ... 25:' Pulaski. Putnam...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 October 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY; OCTOBER 27.1874. .6 TUE BIVOUAC OF THE DEAD. ' - - . !.'.;. . COI THEODORE 0HABA. , The muffled drum's sad roll haa beat Tha soldier's last tattoo : ' So more on life's parade shall meet That brave and fallen few. On Ftme'i eternal camping ground Their aUent tenu are epread. And glory guard, with solemn round , Tb blvouao of the dead. ,'' ' ' ' ' 's No rumor of the toe's advance Now swells upon the wind, No troubled thought at midnight haunts ' ' Of loved ones lea behind; No vision of the morrow ' strife The warrior's dread alarm, No braying horn nor screaming fife i ' - At dawn shall call to arm. Their shivered swords are red with rust. Their plamed heads are bowed. Their haughty banner, trailed la dust, Is now their martial shroud Ant plenteous funeral tears have washed The red stains from each brow, - And the proud forms, by battle gashed, Are lree from anguish now, The neighing troop, the flashing blade, The bugle's stlrrlnz blast. The charge...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 October 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL ..TUESDAY. OCTOBER 27.. 1874. TIIE BATIFICATIOX. .THE SPEAKERS AND SPEECHES. THEIR An Impromptu but an Enthusiastic Jollification. WHAT WAS SAID. , . THE AFFAIR II TER STATE HOUSE YARD LAST SIGHT-THE CROWDS IN ATTEND Alf CE BONFIRES AND FIREWORKS OHIO'S GREET INO TO INDIANA, ETC, ETC. The jollification last night was an impromptu affair, gotten up at a moment's warning as it were, as it was not the intention cf the executive committee' to jubilate last night, that they doing bo as announce ments had already been made that the celebration would take place. The State house yard was well filled, however, and everything passed off enthusiastically. A platform was erected in front of the south portion of the State house for the speakers and reporters. Around on three sides werehnng rows of Chinese lanterns. A little before 8 o'clock began an extensive pyrotechnic display on Washington street in front of the State house yard. In a half hour the Bky was lighted w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 27 October 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY; OCTOBER 27 1874. 8 A. OAED! Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers: . -We respectfully aek your immediate attention to the best selected stoelc of Dry Goods, Notions and Millinery ever brought loiiila city. Byaivlnaour individual attention to buying in New York, we have eoured a line of Silke. Black Goods Dress Goods, Donletlcs, Woolens, Flannels, Shawls, Table Linens, Blankets. Comforts, Notions and Millinery, at auch rates and on such terms as enables us to offer the lowest prices known 84 nee 18Q 3. Our prices are alike to alL and Grangers as wel. aa otners will find at no other house more attractive goods or lower prices. ' Xj. S. AYBE3 & CO., TRADE riYlj A. CK. CK.XTAltt L.IXIMESTS Allay pains, subdue swellings, heal barns, and wUl care rheumatism, spavin, and any flesh, bone or muscle ailment. The White Wrapper is for family use, -the Yellow Wrapper for animals Price 50 cents; large bottles, f 1. t. Chil'lrcn ery fr Castor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 November 1874

6f l A II r j -t i w i i r in in in in im aii VOL. XXIV-NO. 13. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY NOVEMBER- 3, 1874 GENERAL TELEGRAMS. MURDER ON THE VANDALXA ROAD. A BRIDOB WATCHMAJT 8 HOT IN HIS WATCH 1IOÜ8K ROBBEBT THE OBJECT. By Telegraph to the Sentinel. Tkkrk Haut. Iid.. Oct. 30. A most heinous crime was committed at the Kas- kaskan bridge, or Woodville trestle work, as it is usually called, two miles this side of Vandalia, Ills., last night, about 9 o'clock. For the past three years Joseph Robbins has been the Vandalia Railway Company's watchman there. Ills watchbox is at least two miles from any dwelling, and it is rather a lonely location. Yesterday the Vandalia pay car left this city west and ran through to Highland beyond Vandalia, distributing money to the men Icr the past month. Robbins drew his mo'nth's pay as usual. About 9 o'clock in the evening he was killed in his watch house, somebody using a shot-gun loaded with buckshot to do it. Seventeen of tho shot lodged in the window fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 November 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY; NOVEMBER 3 1874 i . ; VESTA. I John o.Wbittler in the Atlantic for November. O Christ ol God! whose life and death Our own have reconciled. Most quietly, most tenderly Take home thy star named child! Thy grace 1 In her patient eyes. Thy words are on ner tongue; The very silence round her seems As if the aogels sang. Her smile 1 as a listening child's That hears Its mother's call ; The lilies of thy perfect peace About her pillow fall. She leans out our clinging arms To rest herself in thine ; Alone to Thee, dear Lord, can we Oar well-beloved resign, Oh, less for her than for ourselves We bow our heads and pray; Her setting star, like Bethlehem s, To thee shall lead the w ay. NEWS AND GOSSIP. The Vermont free-lovers have received an act of incorporation from the legislature. Henry Comings, East Berkshire's repreacniitlvp never rode on a train of cars till he went tothepresaut seääionot theVer mont Legislature, He is about 60 years old and thinks h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 November 1874

i - THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. NOYEMBER 3. 1874. fi IN TI1E BARN. BY IDA WHIPPLB BE5UAX. "Creak, creak!" the areat doors blow apart: I stand between them In the shade. And look to see the bright heads start Oat of the cabby -house we made. Alas, alas! no children here To help me In my morntni? play; Who is it says 'tis many a year Since all the children went away? A warm south wind comes floating through, With chaff of hay -fields on Its wings; And Just outside, In sun and dew, The very same sicada sings, The same we heard, say yesterday, - Like ome great sibyl from afar, Hushing the rapture of our play, By its shrill prophecies of war. . A very royal place was this, The throne-rooM of oar childish play, Where all the kings and queens of bliss Came on their coronation day. You say you lost them long ago, The crowns, and that tlie reUm Is drear? .My friend, we never lost them so But we can always lind them here. It is too still: the very birds In their clay grottoes overhead...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 November 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY; NOVEMBER 3 1874. A At I A ..1 . LI. 1 m. . f I weiuen suppose vaeir veaeuiDE ou iiiiiBuu C&IC JtfcXttÄ'i J tobe in the interest of the class to I whom thev address themselves Boeclncallv. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 3. The office of governor of Louisiana is by no means a sinecure. It is only a few weeks ago that Kellogg fled in dismay to tbe cus- m bouse to escape the fury or me msurrec- whom they address themselves specifically They probably feel called upon to stir up the farmers on the currency business, rather than on the beet modes of cultivating the soil. Bat there Are several very able and learned men on questions of political economy and finance in the country, who unhesitatingly believe that the kind of doc- - a ao. va Va had three tIstol T 'T 1 m k. w.v of emnhatic ne taught by the Indiana Farmer is the anois tusdinsc" j j i . . v,aatA1 discnasion. In I ey iDX Ui.w" w J b o fc w tb til A" to ha' hoone and thelittl. blan willbe is an n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 November 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY NOVEMBER 3. 1874. 5 ALONG THE FIRE LINE. SCENES BY THE WAY. TI1K KAY AG ES IN TIPTON COUNTY. "WHAT RENTIN EL REPORTERS G LEASED FROM THE HARVEST OF FIRK IN VARIOUS LOCALITIl! H'iUSKH BÜRVED AND I. A ROE QUANTITIES OP UMBKB SWEPT AWAY THE FI EES CNDIK OOUTROL. .. . . Special Correspondenc e of the Sentinel. Noblksvillb. Oct. 31, 1874. An early hour found me again on the wlnjr, "not in search of water, for owing to the wintry weather I bad no desire to get within forty Tod of anvthiüir that bad the semblance of -water. The fires reported in the Northern -part of the State was the game, and along the line of the Indianapolis, Peru & Chicago road was the b antin e ground. The fire have prevailed extensively along the line of this road, and a large amount of property, consisting of corn, fodder, staves and fencing, have been destroyed. About four miles from Noblesville, the first indications of the destroying element became visible from the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 November 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1874. ST. NICHOLAS. With the November number St. Nicholas begins i new volume. There is no falling ofl in the variety or quality of the articles which go to make up the table ot contents, although the names oi one or two of the most valued contributors are absent. We however, that they will appear in the January number, and with that assurance the boys and girls of the country ruust be content! Tbnumber opens with a Russian story, entitled "Tchumpin,'' by C. A. otepheus : a "Trotty" story, by Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, come next, ana that is followed in turn by a very pleasantly told story entitled "Halt a Dozen Young Rascals," by . athaniel Childs, of New York. Then i there are articles, many of them illustrated, by Penn Shirley. Ellen F.Terry, M. W. Jones S. O. W. Benjamin. Charles Barnard. N. S. Iode, iffiSc. Brackett, and others There is a surpawinglv sweet poemby the latter, which forcibly reminds one of Whittier. It is long, but we...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY NOVEMBER 3r 1874. HOME AND FARM. Twelve acre of ex-Postmaster General Cres well's Maryland farm produced 2,50) worth of peaches thU year. In feeling pampkina to milch cows, remove the seed. It is admitted that tha feceos reduce the flow ol milk. The lat-st returns place the Cape Cod cranberry ctoo at 70,000 bushels, twice as much a' the yield In the other parts of tha .Slate and Rhode Island. There ia a scarcity of hos in the country which will make them valuable for some months. .Rut It Is astonish nj? in what short time this condition can be changed. A year hence, look out for a glut of the market. It is common to laugh at the Yankee firmer who dig 3 smoug the rock a, but Abraham Melvin, of Woaro,N. II., who has boon in the buinea of wool-growing and raising sheep of the best blood tor the market, tiM past fifty six years, and ha3 accumuKtMd $100,000, is about to sell bis 2.000 aorofUad and his 2,000 aaeep, and retire from business. Is it good p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 3 November 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 3. 1874. 8 j2l C -A. 3rt D ! Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers: We respectfully ask your immediate attention to the best selected stock, of Dry Goods, Notions and Millinery ever brought to this city. By giving our individual attention to buying in New York, we have eeoured a line of Silke, Black Goods Dress Goods. Dometics, Woolens, Flannels, Shawls, Table Linens, Blankets, Comforts, Notions and Millinery, at such rates and on such terms as enables us to offer the lowest prices known Bincel862. Our prices are alike to all, and Grangers as well as others will find at no other house more attractive goods or lower 5?.C6s. -AT5re,E!3 & CO., TRADE PALACE. " CEXTAVR TLlXlilKXTO Allay pains, subdue swellings, heal barns, and will cure rheumatism, spavin, and any flesh, bone or muscle ailment. The White Wrapper Is for family use, - the Yellow Wrapper for animals Children cry fr 'atrl.-Fleaant to ke a perfect substitute for ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 November 1874

V i !1Iipy (lllllllll -t X. V .1 V J 1 I I M. Ill III III IM y I II n "VOL. XXIV NO. 14. NOVEMBER ELECTIONS. GATHERS A.S IT GOES. Pennsylvania, Michigan and Illinois Now Claimed by the Democrats. THE VALUE OF GOLD IN A PLATFORM. .Fifty-Six Democratic Majority in the Next House of Representatives. ILLINOIS. THE STATIC PROBABLY DEMOCRATIC TES JjUKP. REPUBLICAN" CONGRESSMEN ETTKR EL.Ff.TED SDPSRISTENDENT OF SCHOOLS OS TMS DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Chicago, Nov. 4. The result of the Congressional election In Illinois ouiside of the first. second and third districts, Is a follows: The majority being estimated in round numers from returns already received; fourth district. Hurlbut, republican, J,0uu majority; fifth, Buicbarö, republican, re-elected, 3.0u; sixth. Henderson, republican, 3,0u: seventh, Campbell, independent republican, 3,0CU; eighth. Fort, republican, SCO; ninth, Whitin, republican, 'i; tenth, Dogby, democrat, 1.SJU; eleventh, Wlke, democrat, 4,000; twelfth. Springer, democrat, 1,5...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 November 1874

4. THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY; NOVEMBER 10 1874. ' ON THE TERRACE. The stately, the grave, calm man, stood on the terrace together; Mid the bright rose thickets the revelera stra yed, From lawn to fountain the childreu played, And hidden music sweet melodies made, At the fete in the July weather. With careless, languid courtesy, . She bent to bear bim speaR ' Of the newest book and the latest play. Of the keenest move la th"tesman a fray. Of the freshest topic of the day, Of the marvel of the week. Dehtly, with his practiced tongue. He touched on all, and each, With here a sneer and there a jest, And now a grave word as to attest, I give yon the foam on the top the So passing Jiand can reach,' rest Yet once, ah, me, how louse ago! Kach one was all to the other. When every whispered word of his Woke her young heart to a dream of bliss, Does the ghost of first love's trembling kiss Still lingering round them hover? The measure of the music changed. On the summer breeze there ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 November 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1874. 2 AN OLD MAX'S THOUGHT OF SCHOOL. WALT. WHITMAN. An old man thought of sch'iol. An old man, gathering youthful memories ana blooms that youth Itself can net. Now, only do I know yon! Ofalr auroral skies! O morning dew upon the grass! And these I see these sparkling eyes. These stores of mystic meaning these young lives, . , , . Building, equipping, like a fleet of ships Immortal ships! Soon to sail out over the measureless seas i n K aAiil'a VAretTA. vu tue ovu a mvm Only a lot of boys and girls? Only t le tiresome spelll Only t le tiresome spe ng, wrltlrg, ciphering classes? Only a p a blic school ? Abmore Infinitely more: As George Fox raised bis warning cryMIslt this pi le of bricks and mortar these dead floors, windowg, tails you call the church?, Why this la not the church at alt the church is living, ever living souls,') And you, America. Cast you the real reckoning for your present?. The lignts and shadows ot your future ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 November 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY; NOVEMBER 10 1874. -1 TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 10. There is one thing which Prosident Grant deserves great praise for, namely, his firmness of character. Ilia partisans are now, for the first time, displeased with 4 that termed professional felons. This law prosteady self-reliance which he has displayed Tjjed ior a careful registration of all persons all through his public career. They have convicted of crimes, and the Becond become, alarmed at the political revo- conviction constituted a person a lution which is going on around nabituai criminal subjecting him therethem, and they grow impatient to alter to extraordinary limitations tnink that' be remains immuta- of freedom. He can be " arrested ble and impassable undisturbed among the ruins. The truth of the matter is, the man who fought it out on that line all summeris not easily frightened in politics or war. At the beginning of the Ureeley campaigo scores of newspapers were trembliDg on tbe ragged ed...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 November 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY NOVEMBER 10. 1874. 5 INDIANA'S INSANE. TWO HOURS IN THE ASYLUM, The Homo of Own Potentates Estimation. in their HOW TIIK INSANE AUE CARKD FOR "CANST THOIT HOT M1NISTKR TO A MIND DIS EASED" THK INDIANA INSANE HOSPITALA KHORT DESCRIPTION OK TIIE BUILDING A STROLL THROUGH THE WARDS SOME OF THK CHARACTERS IN THEM MRS. JCDOB WHEADON'BCASE. ' . There is with nearly all the people a feel ing of superstition or at least awe on enter ins an insane asylum. With that feeling a Sentinel reporter went through the State asylum cast ol the city a few days since. It -.ras during the morning that the visit was v.ade, and as visitors are not allowed only between the hours of 2 and 5 in the afternoon, the institution was seen initsoidinary condition. Under t be care ot Dr. Wm. J. Elstun the Sentinel representative ramblel through nn-of the largest buildingsot the kind in the United States. The oris nal building was but about one-fourth as large as the entire structu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 November 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1874. REMONSTRANCE. CELIA THAXTEK. 'Come oat and hear the birds sing! Oh.- wherefore sit you there . , , , , At the western window watching, dreamy-pale and still and fair, "While the warm summer wind disparts your tresses' clustering gold? "What is it on the dim sea line your eyes would "1 seefe asaiUhat looms from out the purple At rotyedawnf or fading eve, or In the noontide' blaze." 'AsiiilT Lo, many a column of white canvas lax aMiu ucm . All da they glide across the blue, appear ana See, now they crowd the offlng, flocking from me saury oouin ' "Wh v stirs a smile more sad than tears the pa 'They lean before the freshening breeze, they . v. Hnv HUM luomxauuuuii .... , Eut be ship that brings me tidings of my love comes nevermore. - "Come out into the garden where the crimson phloxes burn, . And every Blender lily stem upbeaTS a lustrous A thousand greetings float to you from bud and oenanusiar, Their sweetness freights the breat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 November 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY NOVEMBER 10, 1874. HOME AND FARM. 1 There is no other class of pepole to whom reading should bo more . grateful by its instruction than to the farmer. Between the xeaJinz farmer and him who does not read ' there is a greater difference than between the line tred horse ana toe P""" scrub stock. Read and rest, work and digest, mentally, and then an active and.bnSht '. mini may bo found in a firm and strong body. A Hint to IIcsteks Never carry your . gun with the hammer down on the caps. At half-cock ia the proper position; then, if the locks are well made and in good order, it will be almost impossible for the gun to ' be accidentally discharged. Even at fullcock there islets danger than with the hammers down. This is true, ana every man and boy who ever carries a gun should know an d remember it. It will save many lives. Numbers might have been saved had this adTice been heretotore neeaea To this plan of Mr. Van . Wyck's for sav!n MhhaiTA -na mora ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 10 November 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 1874. 8 C -A. H D ! Trertf Palace, Oct. 7. Tothe CountryReaders: Wo respectfully ok your Immediateattentlo to the best selected stock ofDry Uood9, Notions and Mil'lnery evr brought toihls city. By alvinaoar Individual attention to 'vuylvg rn New Tork, we havi seourei a line Of Silk. Black Good Dreas Goods. Dometlos, V7ocen's Flannels, Shawls, Table , LienB, Blankets. Comforts, Notons and Millinery, at such ratos jind on such terms as enables us to offer the lowest Diices known ainoal862.. Our prices are alike to all, and Grangers as wen as omm -will find -at no other houal more attractive goods or lower i. S. iA.Y"R,:E3 & CO., T HAI) K PALA.CK. lE.XTACBLI.MMtM Allay pains, subdue swelling beal burn, and will eure rheu matism, spavin, and any flesh, bona or muscle ailment. The Whit Wrapper U tot family use, the Yellow Wrapper lor animal jjjhrfjg iTice m cenia; large uwiuw, i. Cblllrea rry rr CiM.tarli. Pleasant to ke perfec...

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