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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 March 1874

er ' ' ! t ' ' , i i . V l j V I. . i f.. :; j , a','.akiv:i nu r VI? fir rr Ii in in Iii vj in Iii i Ii Iii ii i wi Ii - v 1 1 i vol. XXIII-KO. 34. NEW YORK. NOTES AND GOSSIP. THE WOMAN'S MOVEMENT TUE WORK AND THE WAY REMINISCENCES THEATRICAL 00slP GENERAL DRIFTINOS. From a Regular Correspondent of the Sentlnrt. Xevt "York, March 12.-Wbile the western people are supposed to be devoting their undivided attention to Dr. Dio Lewis, and what has been so felicitously styled his Braving Band, we ara enjoying ourselves with Charity dramatically considered, and the drama charitably considered. In fact, the great question for suburban debating socities now is, , whether benevolence does most for tb theatre, or the theatre for benevolence. There is Ottering which must be relieved, and what can be easier than to relieve it bv means of public or private tbeaticals? Almost all women believe themselves to be undeveloped tragedy queens, and they are alwavs ready to seize upon any pretext for rush...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 March 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1874. TUESDAY, MABCII 17. De:h has come so olten of late and struck down our greatest, that the language of woe seems meaningless to tell the sense of sorrow of abandoniner.Z and desolation which comes upon the gantry with the taking off of Charles Sumner. Greeley, Chase, Sumner all passed away all in the fulnes3 of years and 1 onors and usefulness, tut not in tLe ccmjrJeteness of time. Greeley sank from bis p:aoe engulfed in mental and political disaster; Chase passed calmly from works to rewards, with his U?k ended, though not done; Sumner falls in the battle, with the victory won. The end gained but hisyears cm 6hort. Suddenly, as death cornea, however. Charles Snmner died in a felicfty that few mat ci aminotit fiver knOW. HlS wer was done. Ho bad rounded very completely the grand mission to which he Ld chivalrously devoted himself, and although death has overtaken bim before his -vse time.be leaves his bouse well in order. He can af...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 March 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1874. o O B. Ma-v, wlea meads were stadvled wltJi fair flowers, Oar baby came; Ood's giR, an aaxel wut to cheer tke hours: nHt hftr name. Uearte throbbed to greet the little straaer'a birth; All nntnrewore At fighter aspect; and ee med round our hearth A. neuer iure. "Winter! kia fingers held In ley pip The wee white hand : His Chilly breath passed o'er the rosy lip, And the Arm hand That krit thre loving houIs together snapped. Tin min to t-l 1 Tr,m h'off Death dealt when In his robe he trapped Onr darling IL OBLA1ION. O heart! dear heart! If yon conld know Toe power of love my soul doth reach, Tie weight above, the depUis below, Che realm beyond the realm of speech; Jf vou could know what tenderness w'lth every Obre is en wrought. How pore, how true, how paslonfuI, is every pulae, is every l bought ; If vou could know, I say what then? four soul would drink Its happy nil. And great thanksgivings would ascend, Giving Jod praise that his...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 March 1874

M Ml, - . - .Sg THE INDI ANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAX MARCH 17, 1874. t TUESDAY. MARC1I 17. If any lingering doubt had remail concerning the oohleno and purl of Sumner's parposeiin trie ollivn resolutions, that doubt would dwarf"" umler tho con" krtion lelt aaer reading his briel noto to a .Springfield friend. It was characteristic of Iranfs unspeakable littlcneas to have it made known that the resolutions were aimed at him. Jay Gould mads another of his astonisiii" transformations the other day on Wall streit. Having been ousted from Erie, he has reappeared on the sceno as the controller of the Union Pacific stock, holding 167,000 out of SjO.DCO shares If ho has rcaüy cbtaice J possession, there is at least a certainty that the shares will be made of value a soon as his handiwork may be put forth in the management. It is generally wiK-eded that -whatever his faults may bo iD financoring, Gould is at leat a capable railroad manager, and ha my succeed in making tho unfortunate road pa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 March 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1874. SPIltXü. BY ROBERT LOKI LYTTON. The green grass-blade aqnlver Witnjoy atthedawnof day (For the niONtinqcUltlve ever , Of the flowers oi the Held are they) ' " Upl it low to their laxy , . . Neighbors thai flat ou the ground, I'andtlion and daisy, Ut still In slumber sonnd. Bat soon, as a ripple of shadow Kuuover the whisperous wheat, Th rumor ran over the tneauow With lt numberless flattering feet; It wa told by the water-cres-es To the brooklet that, In aiid oat Of IA garrulous green r-.cees. For :;QNnip was gadding about: And tne brooklet, full oi the niatU-r, Spread it abroad with pride: Uut hestopped to qossip and chatter, And turned so often aside, Thai the news got there before hira tre his journey down vrai done: , .Amt young leaven la the vale laus,-liea 0 er him; ., 44 We know It! The snow is gone. yELLY. CA!.!. JtAOAilN. n Ma, Voen meads were stnddtd wtta fair flowers, Our babv came: iod's girt, an ansel wut to cheer the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 March 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1874. G "MEMORIES." Xlaw tbrU'a ods more lb l-QWt-bpn,n ciU Of menoi r , at the tboosä ci fctea I Old hopes which Ion? in dost have lain. Old dream, come throning back again, Aud boyhood Uvea aain in me; I feel It glow upon my cbeek. It fullness of the heart is mina, Aa when 1 learned to hear thee spetur. Or raised my doubtful eye to thine. I hear again thy low replies. I feel thy arm within my own, And timidly again uprise "The fringed lids of nazel eyes. With oft brown tresses overblown. Ah ! memories of aweet summer eyes. Of moonlit wave and willowy way, Of star and flowers, and dewy leave. And smiles and tonea more dear thaa t nay ! E.e thin thv qaiet eye hath smiled My picture of thy youth to see. When, half a woman, half a child. Thy very artlessm-as leguiled, And folly's self seemed wise in thee. J, too, can sinlle, when o'er that hour The lights of memory backward stream. Yet feel the while thai manhood's power la vainer that my...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 March 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1874. TOTHER SIDE. LIQUOR MEN IN COUNCIL. THK TEURK IIAUTE CONVENTION. rr,, nt convention of the German ed . . . Indian, at Terxe l to rial assocu.."" - . . Ilaute was not only well represented by aL. from different parts of the Btate, cian enthusiastic one. They .,ri an conization which is "antl i,. in its aims and objects. ,iAiMtinn from Indianapolis ere Messrs. Seldenrticker. (o Telegraph), Frey, f ?, I' f"S onMrTKudolpa Worth, of be ms row attended, and ad- .f.,1 effort rnade to abolish the use of Pressed by several Promlnl0fletaide Tlnous and Piritiou9 Wflo. and what waa shall use our influence In favor of that organization which ball most nearly represent our view and desires in this matter, and most implicitly pledge Itself to abolish or modify the Baxter law. Mr. Seidensticker continued: In these reso lutions yon have heard and seen the vif es entertained by the uerman editors association and allow me to briefly call your attent...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 March 1874

THE INDIANA SATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, MAKCH 17, 1874. 8 gPKING OPENING. Oar regular eml-annual opening of SPRINQ AND SUMMER STYES In presses. Suits. Shawls, Millinery, fcc, Ac, will take place on Thursday, April 2, 1874. ETEKTEODY INVITED TO BE FRESEJfT. X. S. AYRES Sz CO-, Trade Palace, X. It. Should the weather prove urtfcivorable, the opening will be continued the folowinardav. , FINANCE AND BUSINESS. GENERAL, MARKET REVIEW. INDIANA FORK COP. The public of this state is specially indebted to Colonel Maxwell r his rareful report to the chamber of naasaereeof Cincinnati, in which the results of the picking seasou in eighty-seven towns -ef Indiana, 11 the poiuts where portc fa packed, are gi ren in detail. Tb figures are compared with tbe previous year and are much more co mptete, showine tbe increased interest in s tatisfec , f this kind. The report for this at: Ue is as iollows: 173 71 . Ü.40Ü . 3J4U . none . none 700 100 :;, , l.i'O . e.ifa . 22,0) . . non , :.4J . 17 0 !MJ . tu) ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 March 1874

t fie VP r a rrr vt rrt 11 1 1 n 1 V. VOL. XXIII O. 34. NEW YORK. LITERARY GOSSIPIXGS. IHK VPRII, MAGAZINE OEMS OK THE MONTH LI PPINCOTT ATLANTIC ET AL WISE AND OTHERWISE. ( Fium t:e Ri'tTilar Correspondent of the fcenllnel.) Xv York, March 19. How unpleasant it must ba not to have, and to indulge a taste for desultory reading! Before me lie the advance sheola oi the Atlantic and Lippincott's, ind a I cut the cleanly folded leaves, speculating upon the possible treasures hidden there, I can't help wondering what becomes f those very proper people who don't believe in periodical literature. Is their fortitude proct against the manifold attractions nd distractions of our magazines? As for me, lielag eminently of the age, ephemeral, I gladly leave those misguided ones to their course of reading," while I give myself to the dear delights of that evanescent, yet regularly recurringoccupation turning the ie:T (vj or the monthlies. How short they wako the months seem, unless you are readin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 March 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY, MAIICH 24, 1874 o TUESDAY, MARCH 42. Up to this tiuia, mot of the talking in Illinois about railroad abuses has been on one side. The companies have Raid but little, in fact they have declined to enter Into ii9pute simply referring li isue to the decisions of the courts. But in making their annual report, it comes within the scope ot Official duty to treat of the effect of legislation upon the business. Some passages by the secretaries of two leading roads that are entirely within the Rtato of Illinois are presented on tne financial page of the Sentinel. From these there appears to be very little disturbance of the corporate temper, another proof, perhaps, that corporations have no souls. The discussion ot the subject by these officer shows pretty clearly that they have maasureably level heads and that they are in no mood of petulance or disposition to descend into an undignified squabble. A convention ot farmers at Jacksonville, Illinois, on the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 March 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, MAUCH 24, 1874. 3 AT PEACE. I. iron tm, and quiet fleld, and sunset light "With holy silence, save rr rippling leaves. And birds that twitter o' the coming night, Callin their raster, beneath my cottage eaves Tim Fat bath k ranted for a little space To be companions ot my pllxrimaKo. tilling my grateful heart wlih Mature s grace. II. Not tin remembered here the garish stage. 'or the wild city's uproar, nor the race For gain and power in which we all engage; But here remembered dimly, in a dream. A something rretful that has ceased to fret Here, where time laoses like a gentle stream, Hid In the woodland's heart, and 1 forget To note lis music and its silver gleam. III. lut never, never let me cease to know, O whispering woods and daisy-sprinkled gTass, The beauty and the peace that you bestow, When the wild fevers of ambition pass. And the worn pirit,ln Its gloom and grief Wnks on your bosom and there finds relief. William Winter, in The Ualaxy f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 March 1874

.THE INDIANA i: STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY, IMAllCH 24, 1874. TUESDAY, MARCH 34. .Inst as the country had taken a long i.reath over the announcement of the com- - pletfrm-of Bancroft' history, comes tbe intelligMKO thai Bry and Gay are about beginaics a history of the United State, covering precisely the same period detailed .. by Bancroft. It is enough to give one a lit- . eraryueto think of Uryant cbaineüV-o the gangplank of statistics covering the periods : of the oation's birth, growth and infancy, v When-, -.aipleted , it is "book tbich couscieialous Americans will probably buy, bt-oo one will ever read. Mr. Kryant's age,ls net one at which a uiau would b apt to .. approach nuch a herculean task wisli-pmt. ' Mr.Sidnay Howard Gay. i a jouBimlt of the first, rank, and whatever he t:e in band will be well dene. There are verkc, hoevr-bUr. wouM be read with iu:ore satifrti.w: than a popular history -a: i the Uni ted Siates. The Cliwego newspapers have a ncwT.ic tim to. ""anker view." ...

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

- t THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL ".TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1874. v - v . TRAYKR OF THE SENATE CHAFLAIN. raixK cuvf, in the iKKALotomniu U. S. 8KSATK. March 8, 1874. i Lord, thou know'st the talk about -The chosen of the nation " How slander' evil tongue spares not tood name or reputation. And hesitates not to at tacit Men In exalted station. The air la full of calumny And misrepresentation ; Our public servant are the theme Ol ribald conversation; . E'en Christian statesman are the sport Of fool Insinuation ! O Lord, baa Brother Harlan quite Escaped thy recollection. That Thou oermlttest knaves to scon Aboat his bought election. For which Credti-Moblller paid! Lord grant him Thy protection ! Hast Thon forsaken Pomeroy, Hy Kkuxu roue defeated Meek ietim of conspirator. Hetrayed and basely cheated Where hla foud trust had own reposed ; And here almost unseated? nd Patterson and Ca'dwell too. And tbe seraphic Howard, For slight "irregularities" 1)1 ........... I Ka AVArv MWttril ! Why slept T...

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

6 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1874. THE BEAUTIFUL. GATK OK TIIK TEMPLE. TUB ACTllOtt OF "SCHOSBIB COTTA FAMILY,1 IS "GOOD WORDS." I. Little familiar gate! Gate of the home by the way; -Honr lor which dally to wait. Hear at the close of the day. Hand in hand close pressed. Arm never minted la valu. Hears in each other at rest. Home, ali home again! II. Vinte through which ail mint pa, date at tue end of the way ; Men call It a Gate of I'.ra-s; A prison gate, they say : 1'hcr think Itc?n only divide, i'iii'ib, heavy, and strong: i!ut we vrho have locked tn-id? Know they have named it wrouj. Know It not strontr. but weak. It barn all shattered and sunlit; . Mere liars of shadow, that streak And prove the Inner light : Oates whre ail boadi she'll break. All severed hearts unite. III. Terrible, neantltul Gate! t;le of the Temple of Ciod! Well through the day we m.-iy wait. Till It open for us o;ir abou. Hands In band clcne prewwd. Jiearts p-st all partim? aud pain. In ...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1874. TUEUUOVL. ' rron rviDg laainurolo paper awiirrlous attack up lb memory or my Ial father. HY WILLIAM CV LLEX ERTAST. 1 thought of an od Arabian tale. M'here the shelled ghoul, no lank and pale, l'rowled through tne graveyard wiui cat-like tread, TUning toe strave of the sleeping dead , "With her greedy fingers she lore apart The clay, and clutched at the pulslets heart. Fed, and gltat d. and smacked her ;Ip. And ucHel the iime from his fliiger-tips, Then wiped her mouth, and Münk away, A horrid -ptcire at the break of day. The ghoul made her meal alone In the night. Here du a vampire at broad daylight, Jeering and grinning a devil's grin At his ft-Kt of the ded ; and beckenin In Tne pa--r-by I mm the public street, Helling his Mtianie at threepence a sheet. What won.jer, 1 thought, that he breaks his last, At the father'H grave, the foul repatit. And hW looming l&uehter 1 no sooner done Than ha belches up slander at the ...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, MARCH Ut 1874. PIXANCE -AND BUSINESS GENERAL MARKET. REVIEW. MONEY AND TRADE. . The Financial Chronicle ol Saturday re views the Situation : The general condition ol busiuena changes very little from week to week, nor can it be expected that any ma terial Improvement will take ilace until congress ha? shown definitely what laws will le passed in regard to the currency. I is impossible to name a branch of.buaice&s, either comrrercial or financial, which might not I e decidedly affected by measures ot in llatioi;, and ho long a it remains possible that the volume of the currency may be largely increased during the present session of centre, so loDg must business men remain entirely inactive, or only do a "hand to i.v,uth" business, without letting their engsgfiriMTt extend for any length of time into the future. In the meantime com plaint- are loud in regard to the small vol ume and smaller profits of business, both in the speculative r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 March 1874

Iii .J VOL. XXIII-KO. 35. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY, MRCII 31, 1874 WHOLE NUMBER 1,74(5. ss - . www ; j vss &n m nr. ! I 1 GOTHAM GOSSVp. METROPOLITAN AMUSEMENTS. WAONER'S "lHEJORn"-THE CONGREGATIONAL COUNCIL A. X. STEWART AND THE MANNER OF MAN- HE "13 SALE OF THE CELEBRATED THORNK MANSION A TRICK OF THE TRADE. From a Regular CO respondent of the Sentlnel.l Ssw York, March, 1874. This week will be memora'ota for two things, if no more, rrl thoM rtit. the production of Loheng'i at the Academy of Music; and Beoond, the opening of the "AdvUtf Congregational Council," called for trfarpose of trying Mr. Beecher on a chargWif committing or omitting something W otter; I really forge6 which. B3th these Events may be properly classed under the general head ot "amusements," and It is Tjafeto say that, in the opinion oi most people, there is as much real religion in one as In the other; or, in other words, none at all in either. To consider them strictly la tlreir order. the first repr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 March 1874

THE INDIANA STATE' SENTINEL, TUESDAY, MAECH 31; 1874,. TUESDAY, MARCH 31. The House committee on war claims have adopted Judge Lawrence's report on the same subitantially, and it is to be submitted thus to tho House for action. The conclusion is that the government is not legally bound to make compensation for rropc.-ty used, occupied, damaged or destroyed in the late war by the United States force i, but it adds that whatever is done is to bo considered as an act of grace and mercy. How many there are who will "beg for mercy." . This workTis all a fleeting show made principally for conventions. The last one talked o! is to bo in the interest of cremation. Some New York people really intend to hire a hall and have a big talk on the subjcci of burning their friends after they have no farther use for them. Ferhaps the experiment will bo tried at the convention it anybody can ba caught and made a victim. Rich people with impscunious heirs expectant had better lock themselves within doo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 March 1874

-THE-INDIANA STATE " SENTINEL " TUE SDATi 31 ARCH""3ir"1874r 3 - ONE DROP OF BLOOD. "One d rop of boman blood," but one, They say it holds a charm. If red with ruddy, strong, yoang lire. And If with sweet hope warm. Terchanco a poem I coald write , With one of those red drops to-night. Ill tike !t from the cruel stab, . Right here upon my breast A breach of faith that ne'er has healed Hi nee friendship's bitter test. Bat no, the world would scarce unfold 1 a poem steeped In blood so old. 111 take It from the fresher wound, The wound so hard to bear ' The one that pride with careless mien Has covered o'er with care. Bat no, the world would laugh again And only scorn to read that pain. Ill take It from the breaking heart, The one pure ruby tear That tells the pang of dylnat love; One drop, I'll leave It here. No, no, tho world would mock my woe; I have no drop of blood to show. Jean Gold. LüVK'ä QUESTION. Shall I like a hermit dwell , " On a rock or In theeelM Calling home the smalles...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 31 March 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, MA11CH 31, 1874. TUESDAY, MARCH 31. It is not wonderful, coueerning the disgraceful conduct of tbo Marion county commissioners in the Clem case, to find the press of the country alluding to Indiana as a state f inoperative laws. It is bardly -fair, however, to make us responsible for sins that aro not really ours, as the New York Times doe wbn it puts the guilt of the Secore lynching upon Indiana. The tacts in that atro- ioutj butchery were related in the Sentinel tho other day, and it was apropos ot the murderer's confession that the Time made the crihclsm. In the case in point, a girl living in Ohio, was seized, outraged and butchered. A ferocious crowd suspected two men identified with the victirr in some way and disregarding their terror-stricken pleas lor delay, butchered them in the most shocking manner. Two years afterwards the real culprit confessas on his death bed, and reveals tho crime. The incident furnishes a good theme for a sermon ...

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