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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 February 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2: 1874. 5 MY BOYS. BVT1IS AUTHOR Of A "WOMAN'S POEMS. The n st is for the ea; 1 Itnew U we'l.wul yn He ouUdYsraall shir- and talus to me Of what the sailors know. Hewasthefairestchild, suchlovels eye. such falat-gold-halr. Half curbed, such dimples when he snilled. Bucu sweetness everywhere. The sea is weird and wide, And when I give it him w keep. How will the night-pulse of the tide Beat through my tioubied Bleep! The next, perhaps, will climb The hlKheit mountain in the world. Or through Borne wild desert time. The Arab lances w hlrled. The mountain' Icy 'P . flo Will wound me then, the alry now Of the false rountain through my tears In tun and Band will go. And that blue nower-ilbe look Under his quiet lids will lie nut like a picture in a book Id my heart UU I die. The next 1 fierce and sweet, lrk glancem ÜKt limbs never still, A bird's voice and a fairy s feet, And-a younjr, Uoa's w M. Ah, be ts for the sword. . He wears the soldie...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 February 1874

G THE "INDIANA STATE' SENTINELr TUESDAY,FE BRUAItY 24, 1874. THE WHISKY WAR. i WILL "THEE" STOP THE TRAFFIC? TEE QUAKER LADIES TAKE TP THE OAUNTLET A FIUHT TO THE DKATII EXPK'TSD. ( By telegraph to the Sentinel.) . Richmond, Ind., Feb. IS. -A large as-Reinblat-e of ladies, mostly Quakers !of the highest respectability have been holding a meeting at the oM White Water orthodox Quaker church to-day ,and to-night at even o'clock they commenced a crusade against King Alcohol in Richmond, the horns of Win. Baxter, the Quaker father of the present temperance law. As we write, Lynius of praise from Chris' saloon on Noble street, near the depot are ringing in our ears. About t went v five ladiea and a fiery gentleman are conducting the meeting. The saloon is crowded bv roughs, but no disturbance ha-i taken place. The proprietor of the saloon elands behind the counter with a German smile of firmness on bis face. The women struck the hardest customer to convert in the city, Roth sides are cou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 February 1874

THE1 INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, FEBUtJAltY 24, 1874. THE rOlilTICAL. CALDRON i BUCBX.ES FROM TUB COUNTRY PR riCTTEKlXOS. Fröre tha Pittsburg Democrat. We alluded last week to the meeting to be held in Vincennes on the 20th of next month to fix time and place of holding a congressional convention. But there is one liitlrt matter we would like to know about. Who ha -authority to speak for the fcond district and call a convention? The district has been divided, a new district formed and a portion of the central committee of the old first district sureiy has r.o authority to act for the new second. It would re madness as far as Pike county is concerned to consent to making a nomination for congress until alter the state oonWhv the need of so much linati r.n the nart of Knox and Daviess coun ties' Vinceunes doesn't own the district, and it would not be rizht to have this con rv.mMiinfr at that nlaeeto eive can didates residing there the opportunity of Virinrrin outside pressure .to ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 February 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1874. 0 " YESTERDAY." We heard the thrush's five long notes of woe, itr Joy who learn the ong may aar. We niy listened when the nun was low; Eat that was yesterday. We found some violets underneath the hedge. We gather'd blue bells In the; wild wood way, We pull ü the king cap from the rustling Hedge; but that waa yesterday. We watched the river's farther ripple leap To catch the sun's last klh, and rey Soft mists of evening up the valley creep; But that was yesterday. We sang together for the !ove and might Of tJod and sprlnz. aüd then 8he lay Upon my breast, wary with her d light; i;tt that was yesterday. Alone J wait ard wa'ch heM.n go down, L'ount:r-; dumb hours that 1 miistHtay, Ere ihat suprtme One toine with cross and crown, Bringing bacfe jesterday. Sunday Magazine. C Buooke. PERSONAL. The poet Swinburne wants to get into parliament. Phil. Sheridan ia scouting arnong the Sioux Indians. . Manager Daly is about to bring out "Lo...

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

Vt? in VOL. XXIII-KO. 32. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1874 WHOLE NUMBER 1,742. " ' ' irr ESCULAPIUS. 'TIIE INDIANA MEDICAL COLLEGE. COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES LAST SIOHT NUAL ADDRESS OF THE Rltv. DR. NCTT VALEDICTORY ON THE PA KT OF THE CLASS ADDKD8M BT GOVERNOR HENDRICKS AND MAJOR GORDON. The commencement exercises of Indiana Medical college attracted a large audience to Masonic hall last night. The exercises were of a very interesting character throughout, and were interfered with ex cellent music by Bradshaw's band. The rotram was occupied during the evening ÄRevDr Cyrus Nutt, president of the by the mA r,. Brown. university, vr. . "-'"""jr rj ComineDr. S. P. Collins, 'n1. r Tr II. Jameson, Dr. . - 'v V, r?ark D. F.M. Stevens, Dr. K. M. Todd, Dr T ilarvev, Dr. It. E. Haughtcm, Gov. Aar and Mayor J. W. Gorton. Tnexercises were opened wlA prjy theRev.F.C.Holliday.who i: an iinpresiivVwav invoked the divine blessing upon theBTadyuanting class In thttuj labor o SÄ the'Hev. DÄ MefuÄ M...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1874. TUESDAY, MARCH 3. Terro Haute says, inflate. An Immense nifc meeting Tnwday night addressed by the Kons. II. W. Thompson and D. M. Voorhows, resolved unanimously, that cousrefs h asked for more currency. Uron ing's from tho woman's crusade, come in from all point. Tho rural district where tbe miseries cf unrestrained traffic are the inost apparent, are tho principal points cf attack. In the cities, the laws and the iolioe render the women's aid useless. It may rrjou-e the temperance folks to learn that the women's prayer cure has had one good enact. That prodigious corporation, Trinity church, New York, which i.wrn thirty millions dollars' worth of rental, has teen inspired to refuse to rent forty shop??, which are now used for saloons, The rrystery of Chang and Eng which has pvixieU scientific men for half a century hää at l ist l-een solved. Tho autopsy show that a tissue, the same in effect as the liver, was continuous in the tw...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1874. IWKITTKX FOB TUE NEW TOr.K TIXM. THE UUOST TU AT JIM SA W. (Kontos Pacific Railway.) 1S73. "Why, as to that," ld the engineer. "Ubost ain't things we are apt to fear, Fpirits don't fool with levers much, And throttle-valves don't take to ;uch; And as for Jim What happened to him Was one-half fact and t'other half whloil Runnln one nisht on the line, he saw A house as plain as the moral law Jnst by the moonlit bnk, and thence Came ad mo ken man with nomoresea&s Than to drop on the rail. Flat as a flail, ., As Jim drove by with the midnight man. ltown went the patents. Steam fred. Too late! for there cam. a'thud.' Jim ringed As bin fireman, there in the cab with him. Kinder startd In the face of Jim. And says, 'What now? Hw-gJiraWhatnow! I've Just run over a man that s how! The ilreman stared at Jim. They ran I5ack but they never found house nor man, Nary'a shadow within a mile. Jim turned pale, but he tried to smileTnen o...

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

t THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1874. TUESDAY, MARCH 3. Memphis people now go on foot, for the honn car drivers have ceased striking their horses in order to strike f jr higher wages. That universal plaster for political M)re, Impeachment, is to be applied to State Treasurer Hayes, of Kansas. Dr. I.'Io Lewis' select company is on a Rtarricg trip through the east. The troupe drew a crowded house yesterday at Ithaca under the shadow of Cornell universUy. It comes like drawing teeth to let the franking privilege go, but Mr. Tyner, after thinking the nutter over, coneiuueu to withdraw Li motion to reconsider the vote of ye-terüay. And very discreet in Mr. Tyner, it was too, all things considered. Having routed the entire party influences arrayed against him, General Butler is now saluted by the knowing ones as the coming man even the presidency is written iu chalk on his door sill, as a sign that the angel oi ctance has not passed him by. Dispatches from tho west state t...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL , TUESDAY, 31 ARCH. 3, 1874. THE PLKDOE AT SPUXKY POIXT. A TALE OF VIBTCOCS XFFORT A!CD 1ICXAX PKFIDY,BT JOU!T HAY. It'a all very well for preachln". ' Hut preachln' an practice don't gee; ' I'm posted on virtue and terap'rance, And you can't ring It in on me. Jet toddle along with yoor pledge, Euulre, . EMhat'M what you want me to sign; .Betwixt me and you, I've been thar, And I'll not tae any in mine. JV year ago last Fo'th July A lot o' the boys was here; We all got corned, and signed the pledge Fur to drink no more that year. There was Tilman Joy and Sheriff M rhail, And rue and Abner Fry, And Khelbv'a boy lvlticu, And the Uolyera Luke and K.J. .And we ante-i op a huodred. In the hand o' lcacon Kedge, Fur to be divided the follertn' r o th 'Monttst the boys that kep the p edge. And we known! each other no well, inquire, You may take my calp lor a fool I :f every man when he signed his name Uldn'i fc-el dead eure of the pool. Fur a while it kU went love...

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

"16 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1874. YESTERDAY." We beard the thrush five long note of woe 4rjoy vbo learn thesong may say. "We only listened when the aua was low; But that was yesterday. W found some violets underneath the hedge. We gather'd blue belli la the; wild wood way, "We puilM the king eu from the rustling sedge; Hut that wan yesterday. watched the river's further ripple eap To eaten the sun's la.t kiss, an4 grey Kolt iniMts of evening up tho valley creep; IJut that was yesterday. V'e sang together for the love and might Of io1 and spring, and then she la Upon my breast, weary with her delight; lint that wa yesterday. Alone 1 wait and watch he sun go down. Counting lunib hour that 1 must stay. Vre Um supreme One comes with cross and crown, Bringing back yesterday. Sunday Magazine. C, Lkookk we can manag it. The main thing is to satisfy and keep with us the bondholders, banks, financial and general business interests of the country, and this we intend, kee...

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

THE -INDIANA- STATE. SENTINEL,TUES'D AY, ARCH 3,-1874. PATIESCE DOW. .BT MARIA DOC GLAS, florae from the mill ram Patience IVw; Hhe did not smile, Rhe would not talk ; ( "And now she was II tears, and now , As fierce a a captive hawk. ; . ; Cnmindfol of hr faded kowd, . . Sfche nat wlUi folded hanüs all day. Her lung Lair falling tanked down. . Her ad eTt gating far away, "Where, pa the flelds a Kilver line, She saw the distant river shine. But. when she thought herself alone. One niKht, they heard her mntteriug low, In nuch a chlil. despairing tone, It Keeiued the east wind's sullen moan: -Ah me! the day, they move so Blow ! I care not If they 'ro fair or foul ; They creep along lknow notiiow; I only know he loved me once lit dot not love ma now !" One morning, vacant was her room; And, tn the clover wet with dew, A. narrow line of broken bloom Showed uome one had been paniinz through; And, following the track, it led Across a field of Rummer grain. Out where the thorny blackberrie...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY. MARCH 3, 1874. 8 JIIZ KKMKilBKUKTH. hklf.x nr:T. lr Lord, of 11 the words of Thine ' Whteh for oar comfort rin and shine Tb rough mcred air, on rd page. From sscred Hp In every ae. 'o one baa brouaht ach blessed cheer. To me no one U half o dear, ro one o surely comelh borne To everv soul, as this which from A pnn heart wrung with orrow came - f or lie remember tb oar fame." "Sot roerelvfhat He can forxlve, r.d for I Ii love's rake bid null re When we la trexpasse and sins Are dead- but that our weakness wins From Him auch pty a alone To fathers vearnln hearts -Is known ; Knch pity that He even calls i sons.and tn our lowest fall Hees never utter nopeles snarae, For lleremera beret h oar fame. ' Dear Lord, to Thee, a thousand year Are as a dar ; wltn contrite tears One pryer I pray ! Mv little M'e. Its pond. It lit. Its grief, its strife, Oh, let It in thy holy sight. Like erupt v watches of a night. Forgotten b! And of my name. Dear Iord, who k ...

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

vr? VOL. XXIII-NO. 33. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY, MARCH 10; 1874 - If.-'. WHOLE mJMBER mm J A BOTS MUKDEK IN A STRANGE LAND. ..THE KANSAS TRAGEDY. AN INDIANAPOLIS MA5 MÜROERED A COLD BLOODED BOT AH ATROCIOUS STORY OF CRIME KILLINO OK DASIEL FERRU. Concerning tbe death of Daniel Ferris, annf.nnced in tte telegraph yesterday, the Chicago TriDune contains the following minute details of the atrocious crime. Topeka, Kan., March 8. Since the Bender horror in Labette county was discovered, there has teen nothing that so much excite. Uhe people of this community as an atrocity that came to light last night in this vity. A whole family father, mother, and son by tbe name of Olds were arrested on suspicion of having murdered a neighbor named Daniel Ferris. He kept a grocery and provision store on Sixth Tenne, near the east side of the city, and vL-aa rrTln(r on a tbrivine trade. lie slept In his store, and scarcely ever left, do ing bis own cooKing, anu uaviug mate acquaintances and having few m...

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

: '.V: 's ; v -rvv v THE INDIANA' STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY; MÄKCH 10, 18741 0 o V7 ., TUESDAY, MARCH 10. Mr. Girted; has read the estimates with a Xtacriminattni'eye and he thinks that we are not a the verge of bankruptcy He : quite disagrees with biother Dwwea, as to the xtrayagance of the departments and hopes for better things than deficiencies all around. Senator Bayard is very anxious' that all the commissioners who are to investigate ihe liquor traffic should not be total abstainers. ' Let f them put on, the senator's colleague, and if all the ress are Good Templars, tbe commission as a whole will be very, very drunk. ' . , Rbod Island nas got o far on it way tofrarctt womin suffrage that a majority of the committee of the legislature has made a report recommending- the adoption of an tamendment to the constitution asserting hat men and vcnien are equal before the law. - ' ' ' ' The Massachusetts papers are still howling over Simmons. The loud threats of bolting indulged beforo...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1874. AND GOSSIP. ' Dr. Clarke' book hu reached ita eighth edition. "Tk University of Michigan now has 1,105 Greek wu not taught at Oxford until after the reformat'on. Micbelet contracted bla mortal disease during the siege of Paris. Baron Meyer de Rothschild left a trifling .fortune of 115,000,000 In gold. . Miss Emily Faithful pays a warm tribute to Sir. Greeley in her lectures. ' Dr. Strauss left two works unfinished, a life of LesfiDg and a life of Beethoven. A votanical earden Is to be established in . onÄn wlffthe university of California. The town of Bedford has a colossal bronze statue of John Bunyan, a gift of the Duke of Bedford. The duke of Edinburgh gets 1375,000 in , .ash with his bride, aud receives föO,000 a year besides. . Superintendent Hopkins has recovered from his sickness, and has resumed his usual duties. Mrs. E. Cady Stanton calls the praying women a mob and dosen't believe in that sort of thing. General Slocum of...

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

t I .1 '1 t A I THE IKDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY. MARCH 10, 1874. TUESDAY, MARCH 10. Cincinnati takes a gloomy view of things. The Commercial . thinks that as trichina has reused pork unsafe, distillery slop boila in beet, and distemper in mutton." the city is in a flr way to be weatless. 1 h poorer laweali seems have leftoff meat altogether and substituted tsb.Tki-s diet is theretore urged by the Cottionl as not only cheaper, but owre nwtirtioiw. It goes onaod gives the results of certain examinations through the city whfch sb ws a remarkable growth in fish as an wrtlohs of diet, and, all things couskierod.the article should be favored. Tb rivers M Indiana should be made to snpprv en endless -subsistence ofthtsciean and nutritious loml and If meat must disappear, let as welcome sh and be prepared for it. a Htr movement hi the direction of the Ronton post-ofuoe is now conteoiplateÄ by General Butler. Pastmaster Burt bes not been halt enough f a Butilecite, nl his l.earl U destine...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1874. K : ) 1 This room 1 my imal! mausoleum, . The alt mate osdof vS J2. bfve practiced ttwuHoa- - . . always of mlMAnd her1 each departed relation. li i irtrt chronological line. r i f Web roan h BÄ.,nt1 nd inner, IXtned like the classic! I h with mena i'wuuiu i fromVu cynical strictures, TheVSiof them folk, of my rae vT.hZh?iik the family pictures, rvenu bang 1 U P1" ace. I think the apartmt 1. J-nU r JlS W .eewaa a present The nonuu, . l look at hi ah and address mm . With thnk. for a leacylett. . nephew's interest devot oa In Latin as pare as his o n. That rose-colored "ÄS?1'' leall such a sweet little thing, W Weft me. a lachry idom mourner. To wear a memorial ring. In spite of hermeticslseadnz A curious feature i nnd. Her volatile nature revealingHeÄes are stirred as by wind. You great vane, that' holds a good Tory, so Stanch to hi colon aüd true, ttÄln 14 Prty to Klory-7 liu Ä by rights should be bine. ll, ww at t the toper s ga...

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

f THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1874. LANUUAÜE OF FLOWERS. BT HKS. DOUTHKTi Pal flowers! pale perishing flowers! Ye're type of preciout things; . , Type ot those bitter moment That flit, like life's enjoyment. On rapid, rapid wings. Oh precious, precious moments! . Pale flower, ye're type of those. The saddest, sweetest, dearent. Brause, like those, the nearest, . To an eternal close. ' IIENDRICK AND SKYMOUR. 1 THE CONVENTION OF '68 TITC WHOLK STOBT OK THE B4LLOTIJa THE PBNDLETON VOTES TUE INDIANA DELEGATION. To the Editor of the Sentinel '. Sir The writer has 1 read with some disEU3t, a communication -which appeared within the last week from Fort Wayne and published iu the Cincinnati Enquirer, in which Governor Hendricks was trangely, to one who know the facts in tho case, taken to task for tha action of the Indiana delegation at the New York Convention in lN, which nominated Horatio Saymour for the presidency. TLfre has been a disposition on the part of sXfie evil...

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

THE INDIANA; STATE; SENTINEL TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1874. t - 4 Not merelv that Heran forgive, And tor HI love's sake bid us live 7 When w In trespass ana sins Are dead-bat that oar weakness wins From Him such pity as alone Ta fathers' yearning hearts Is known ; Hseh flty that He even calls 1 sons.and In oor lowest falls Ueea never ntver hopeless shame, lor He remembereth our fame." Pear Lord . to Thee, a thousand years ' Are a a day ; witn contrite tears One prayer I pray 1 My little life, , Its good, lis ill. Its grief, its strife, Oh, let It In thy holy sight, Like emptv watches of a night. Forgotten bs! And of my name. Hear Lord, who k no west all our frame, Let there remain no memory baveof the thing 1 longed to be! GENERAL NOTES. Coal coats nine cents In Lexington, Mis sourl. Eijht John Smiths in tare. Tb Cincinnati Orphan boy by theft. the Ohio Legisla Asylum has lost a It is reported that the Count de Chambord is seriously ill. The now is causing trouble on the Centra Paciüic ra...

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

8 THE IlIANA JSTATE SEN MARCH 10, 1874. OPENED AT THE TRADE PALACE, . A new tot ot btriped ropins. A new lot of SDrincr Plaids for Children; Anew lot of Plain Poplins in sooner shades Prices popular. Also a new lot of handsome Japanese Silks aud black silk warp Alpacas. Prices very low. Also an immense stocv of Corse's at 75 cents, that have always sold at $1.50 The best va'uefor the money ever offered in Corsets. L. S. AYRES & CO., Trade Palace FINANCE AND BUSINESS. FACTS FOR FAUMKRS. TUE HON. AMASA WALK KH ON IHR STAND HE M A KIM IN VIDOUS f OM PAULSONS. The Hon. W. C. Flajrg, of Missouri, ad dressed some interrogatories to Mr. Arawa Walker about financial philosophy. Atmay be supposed, he receivod a prompt reply which appears in the last number of the Pra'rie Farmer. Mr. Walker was asked to furrisb some proofs of a statement in the Dacatur letter "that farm product are not advanced in price at this time much as commodities in treneral." Mr. Walker calls attention to t...

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