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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 April 1876

THE INDIANA STATE .SENTINEL "WEDNESDAY, "APRrC" 5 13T(T o TBE OLD FRIENDS. BY SARAH DOCD5KT. From the Sunday Magaalne Where are they scattered now, Tbeold.old friends? Cne made her dwtlliDg where tte maples glow. And mighty streams through solemn forests flow, , . . Eut never, from that pine-crowned land of snow, A message sends. Borne meet me oft amid Life' common ways : And then, perchance, a word or smile declares . , . . That warm hearts throb beneath their lead of For love grows on. like wheat among the tares, Till harvest days. "But some are fall'n asleep;" The word are swt-et I Oh, friends at rest benea n the blsed sod, My feet still tread the weary road ye trod Ere jet yonr lovlrjg soula went back, to (Jod! When sball we meet? Oh, thoa dlvlnest Friend, Wbeu hall it be That I may ktow them in their garments white? . , , t. And see them with a new and clearer sieht. Mine old frml.lar friends made fair and bright, Like nnto Thee? I Corinthians xv. 6. LIFE PICTURES. HARD TIMES A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 April 1876

4 THE INDIANA 8TATEI SENTINEL. "WEDNESDAY APEIL 5 1876 WEDNESDAY, APRIL f. The resident' friends now claim that be is poor in purse. They will next pre pose a donation party. ' Grant is unloading his real estate at i nacrifie?. it Is said. Ilia sacrifices sem most profitable to him. On the 19th of the present month the Democratic party in convention will name the next governor of Indiana. The best mttnod or treeing the country from official corruption ia to turn tbe cartv out under which the rascals haye been protected. Six hundred millions of dollars per year of taxation is about what the people of this country have to pay under Republl can rul. Ia it not time to nave a more economical government? Gen. Grant's father never thougLt that Ulysses would make a horse trader, but it the old man wes alive be could but rejoice in his f on's reputatloa as a poet trader. There were millions in it. The Republicacs are cut off from claim ing any glory for exposing the rascals in their pirty, b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 April 1876

5 THE GOVERNORSHIP. Comments of the Democratic Press of the State on the Subject. VARIOUS VIEWS. The Sentin rej roduces below the drl Of correct jplfc"ion on tteouesticn of the standard bearer or tbe Democratic party In this state. We r h"PP7 to note that there Is cow less of he disposition to be dogmatic 4 nan was mw nifett earlier in (he canvass of this question in Democratic journal?. Whotvf r the nominee may be it is now evident that the party will be a unit, and will, of consequence, carry the Btate by a large majority: From the Vineennea 9un.J We do not think the country would be in danger if the Hon. Frank Landers was nominated for ifovernor. While he; is not our flrjt choice lor that important and responsible, position we are free to say that we can support him wi hout any hesitation if he Is indorsed as the nominee of the Democratic convention. It is well understood that If Judge Niblack Is a candidate we will support blm in preference t3 any man. If he is not, then oar voi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 April 1876

THE INDIANA ST ATE1 SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY 'APllIL 5 1876 6 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5. Political Point. Fall In. Robeson. Give ua a New rumor In regard to the United States tmsarvstlp. Piper, tbe Boeton belfry marderer, will dance to bis own music Tbe sheriff will tall tbe charges. A boct Is eaid to be poised for the purpoar s of facilitating several exits from tbe New York custom bouse. Whatever Grant was as a soldier, he fcas probably prove n the worst cabinet-maker that ever went Into the business. .The British lion still keeps bis paw cn Wlnslow, deepU the flonnderlrgs ot our lchtbyolopical secretary of state. London has revived tbe once famous Beefsteak Club. The members will confine themeelves s'rlctly to bull-teef. Mr. Lawrence Barrett, the actcr, is getting to be a sort of Admirable Crlchton. Oh, that he could gtt to be that kind of an actor. The Mobile Register propounds the conundrum "Can they save Spsncer?" Of course they can't. Salt won't Bave hlaa. Speaking of the Keeley motor, w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 April 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY APRIL 5, 1876- 7 REVELATIONS. WASHINGTON WICKEDNESS. HOW THE RING- SAVZD ZD BABCOCK. Detective Tells a Committee of the House that he was Employed to Steal Evidence From Dyer's Office. THE PRESIDENT'S POSITION. HR THOUGHT THEY WANTED TO PJ5RSECUTB BAB AND WOULD 8AVB HIM PLAYING THE SPY ON DVtR B4BCOCK AND LCCKEl's PLAN TIlfcY ALL HATS D BRISTOW A VKRY STRAIGHT 6TORY. Washington, March 31. Mr. C. I Bel', of Jackson, Mississippi, testlled this morning before Clj mer'i committee that he made an application for a post tradershlp at Fort Davis, Texas, and came here In Jane, 1ST?, to see Belknap about It. He had a number of recommecda'ions rora army officers, but Secretary Belknap told him that if be hd known he hd rome to matte such an application, he (Belltnap) would not have seen him. The witnes replied that it would take him very little time to get out of his offlce, and he then got out. TnU bruqae treatment made him angry. Ashe got to the west f -...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 April 1876

I v THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDSfESDAY. APBIL 5. 1876. 8 n A CARD, Trade Pal ace, Oct.'?. To the Country Refers : Wo roapectfull ask your Im media to attention to thebestselected stock ol Dry Goods, notions and fclli'nery ever brought to this city. T3y giving our individual attention to buying in New York ,v?6 have secured a line of Srik.p, Black Goods Dress Goods. Domestics, Woolens, Flannel?., Shawls, Table Linens, Blanket Comforts, Notions and Mi)liney at euch rates and on such t inns as enables us to offer the lo.west prices known since lOflO flu. n-tsAa tTk nltlrA tA nil. and Grangers as welt as others wi nn h ot nr nther house more attractive goods or lower prices. lj. S. AYBE3 & CO., TRADE PALACE. F1SANCE AND BUSINESS. WEEKLY MARKET REVIEW. TuxsDAY EVXSIKO, April 4, 1876. Business and outdoor Industry for tbe past -week has been only moderat. Tue manurac taring -enterprises of the city are nslng econ omv. d only enough capital La Is tested, as I iwr. thins, to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 April 1876

VOL. XXV-STO. 35 - INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY APEIL 12, 1876. WHOLE NUMBER 1847 X.EO-A.X.. NOTICE-I her by given to the citizens of tbe Twelfth Ward, In the city of Indianpoll. Center township, Marlon connty, Indiana, that 1, Jamea White, a male Inhabitant of ald ward, over the ageof twenty-one year-, will apply to the Board of Coumy Commissioner of aald eonnty, at their next meeting, for a license to sell, for one year, splrltous, vinous and malt llquor, In a less qnantity than a quart at a time, with tbe privilege of allowing the came to be drank ou my premise a The precise location of the premises wbereou I desire to seit said liquors la described as follows: No.370 South West Btree. Twelfth Ward, lot 17 of 8. Yandca' subdivision of the as t part of ontlot J', Twelfth "Ward, in the city of Indianapolis. Center township, Marlon county, Indiana. (dinned) JAMfH WHITF. NOTICE Is hereby given to the citizens of the Fifth Ward, In tae city of Iodianpolia. Center township, Marlon county, I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 April 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. YtUDNESBAY APRIL 12 1876. a WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12. T . California and the Chines. The question of regulating, r discourazv lng öf entirely suppressing the influx ol emigration from the Chinese empire to our Western shores, Is one that promisee soon to assume more than a sectional Importance. For long time It has been a fertile subject lor local discussion,- which has developed a degree of nW.lllty to the meek and Inoffensive celestial not alto rether easv of comprehension on this side of the Rocky Mountains, Without ever being wholly quiescent this spirit bas its periods of high and unusual violence, in which the whole oommunity seems inspired with a common feeling of hatred f;r the Asiatic alien, and which have usually resulted in the passage of restrictive laws by the local legislatures and in the temporary checking of the flood of emigration. The present Is one of these period, and whether because the growth of the country and Improved means ol communica...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 April 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY APIilL 12, 1876 OX VIEWING SINKST PICTURE "ON THE NILE." JBTHABRY J. SHILLMAN. (From tbe Baturday Herald AYtAnXinpeopled, save by those Who for a score of centurie Have Inhabited Its glomy cells Back: la the Ptolemiea' days, -Grew lombs upon Phiite.n shore 1' engulf a people, to remain One Uok In the mysterious chain Which Joins tbe centuries and says 'Death is, was, will be evermore. Bow wall the tinted pet ore fells Of sad, of sweet, of calm repose; "Within its blending color lies The mellowed light, the iropio tone, That Egypt's are and hers alone. On-history's page. In poet's dream Can be but one grand Nilas sireani. And to the poet-painter' eye Can be but one Egyptian land. Historic, tränke, mysterious, grand, But one twilight, Egyptian sky. Sad a the looks o parting love. Yet warm and soit ai parllt. g kiss, The happy smile, the welling tear, Tbe Jo of new-found love, the lear Of losing it, the doubt, the bliss Of nope seen In the white-win...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 April 1876

THE INDIAMA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY APEIL 12 187G, THE WEEKLY SENTINEL. TO UüJilUUltATö. We send this number oi the Weekly Sentinel as a specimen to many who are not subscribers; we hope all who receive it mill Interest themselves in getting untilubs. v?e ask 3 ourold subscribers to send one nam each. The State candidates ttl soon in the field, wbe. the fight ni; begin in earnest. We shall endeavor to make the Sentinel Interesting throughout the canvass. Bales? we give terms. Sing'e-copy Fiveoople ------ Ten 'copies or more -Twoaty-flve copies or more "il 50 1 35 1 25 1 17 FBK OF POSTAGE. A commission of fifteen per cent, -will be allowed on all clubs sent in. All remittances should be made by express or postoffice money order, with the name, town, county and state in full, ard in anUin bold hand, thereby avoiding al chances of m'stakes. Address INDIAN APO US SENTINEL CO., INDIANAPOLIS, ISD. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12. It la almost certain that Eilbourn can not hurt B'alne now, tell what...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 April 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12 1876 The Stntinel In Ita clippings from ttate exchanges noted the following pcatoffioe crookedness, and finding the item In the Martinarille Of zstte located the crookedness at Martinsville, and now takes pleasure In making the correction, having sent for the Gazette: There Is crookedness in the Spencer postoffioe. Tbe Journal says: "A government agent was here last Saturday, Investigating the books. He .has reported to have discovered a balance of nearly 500 due the government, which is not accounted for and which Postmaster Buchanan conld Rive no Intelligible account of. Tbe wbole truth may never come to light bnt two things are already determined on. There la 500 crookedness In our postofflce, and a new postmaster Will soon be appointed. More Orantlem. A GENTLEMAN WHO OPPOSED DANA. And then Mr. Oliver P. Morton pronounces against Mr. Dana and cays he is a "pretender," and various other things yery shocking to Mr. Morton.. This la the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 April 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, APEIL 12, 176. Fi.r the Sentinel. THE BONUS OF THE BIRDS. BT LEK 0. HARRIS. A sound or sweet melody float on the air, Bat I can not distinguish the words. For the heart mast be light and nnbardenel . of care, To Interpret the sonn of the birds ; Manx, be glad as the spring, when the gloom an,d the fear Of the winter bare vanished apace, When she amllea, like an Innocent child, through the tears, That are shed bot to brighten her face. A robin alts yonder, atllt on a limb Of an apple tree, budding with green. How he pours all his gratitude forth In a hymn To the sunlight, whose beautiful sheen Has painted his feathers with timings of gladdened the hearts of the trees, TU, slowing with love, alt their blossoms on fold, With fragrance to sweeten the breeze. The blue birds are swaying about in the spray Of the peach trees, and Joyously sing, To welcome the luda that grow redder each day. As they blush at the kisses of spring. The thrushes are cheeri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 April 1876

rHE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12 1876. . MEMORIE-5. From - Chamber's Journal. When the gray twilight softly spreads Her rob o'er earth and skj ; When the far mountains' shaggy heads Are lost to human eye; "When the tired bird at eve hath looght -nieep in the tune)es bower; . When the last bee wing homeward, fraught With forage from the flower; When the dark plnewood dimly shows lta deepenlog tints of green; When In the west with crimson glows The sunset's cKslng scene 1 watch the glimmering shadows kiss The threshold of tbenighl. Ana o'er my heart a soothing bliss Falls in the waning light ; And grosser thonghta that tternly cling To life's dull sober day. Leave me, as swallows on the wing flit from oar sight away. And soft as ripple on the lake, Within my bosom rise Half-whispered yearnir. gs, that awake A thousand memories Swet memoria that only come i -tr m wntri m dreams. When twilight skrouds the woodlandB damb, And slumbers on me aireaiua Of faces that I lcrved o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 April 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, ÄPHTG 12, 1876 CHEAPtST In AMERICA. OUR MONTHLY A L1T3RAR" FASHION A5D FAMILY MAGAZINE ! FOR THE PEOPIiE. A Plr of Elegant Oil Pic tures to every bubscrioer. Subscription with Premi um, 75c; without Premium ONLY FIFTY CENTS A YEAE ! Extraordiraij Inducements to Agents. 25 Cents Paid for Try Sew Subscriber. FIRST PREMIUM: A Lady's Gold Hunting i .(.v. .oiin mil in thn nerson eendIns? In the largest list of names, wttn the money, during ioo. SECOND PREMIUM: A niagnifloent orij lnal OU PalnUEg, elegantly framed, etc. PREMIUMS FOR EVERY E OD Y. Send for fpecimen copies (free) and examine tbe terms to Agents, etc L.S.AYRES&CÖ., Publishers, INDIANAPOLIS. WEEKLY REVIEW OF THE MAR KETS. . INDIANAPOLIS PROVISION MARKET. Transactions are of limited magnitude, though a fair Jobbing demand for bacon and lard is reported. Packers are not disposed to take concessions, though advices to-day from Chlcazo Indicate a weaker market. Dealers are confide...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 April 1876

. . . . j. " i if i I in aii i 1 VOL. XXYNG 36. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY APRIL 19, 1876. cl WHOLE NUMBER 1,848 NOTI'JE-Is hereby given to the c"'n of rhe Third ard, In the city r Indianpoll, Center townihlp, Marion county, inaiaaa.itiatwe, Mitchell A Jobnaon, male lnhabrtanla of said ward, over the age of twenty-one yean, will apply to the board ot eouaty commissioners ol said county, at tneir next meeting, ior a iiwdw m - spirltous, vinous and malt liquors, in ia lew quantity than a quart at a time, with the privilege ot allowing the aame to be drank on bbt preml'es. . The r reclse location of the premises whereon 3 desire to sell said liquors Is described as follow: No. 173 Indian ayenu. Third Ward, lot 10. fquare 11. Kav's subdivision, In be city cf Indianapolis, Center township, Marion county, Indiana. . Signed MITcnKLt A TOyAg jenXSON. XT OTICK-Is hereby given to the citizens of j tne Fifth Wan. In the city of Indianapolla, center township, Marioa county, Indiana, that I, Patric...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 April 1876

.THKINDIAXA STATE , S-ENTINEL. "WEDNESDAY ..ApmL 19 1876" - . ..'- i .. ! - . ... ... . . - FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE. OVER TUE SEAS. PARIS AND PABIS THEMES. DRAMA AND DRESS. THK STAGE COME DT AND OPERA BOUFFE A LADT' TBOÜMI1D Alf AMERICAN OISL WHO 8PX9T 75,000 FB4SOS KCONOMI CALLY FOB DBES3B3 ASD FIXINOj THE BILL OF ITEMS FASHION' SWAT. Foreign Correspondence of the Sentinel. Paris, April L Spring is here at las', and as 'we reflect on March we may chartab! 7 say "lew and evil have thy day? been." The Seine la creeping back to its old quarters, and spite tbe stagnated Odors tbat are left benind in its transient beds, tbe city Is exceedingly healthy, the death rata curing th past month being under 4,000. 1'aria is unquestionably healthy; tbe etrorg correct cl the Seine . . I !..! III carries twi; a grear. iusdj impurities wuu It. The event ot E s er fettlvlty will be the grand 4 masked ball" at tneoptri. 'lhe Salon" will open May 1 with it annual exposition 0 "beaux aria." Among the pi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 April 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY Rlli 19 18T0 BLASTED BLAINE. Harrlscn Etands to Ills Guns. THE CHARGE SUSTAINED. HOW AH OLD CASK CT ROT LAY HIDDKS FOR TEARS AND IHEJT WAS BROUGHT TO THB UKFACB BT IHK MORTON MINIONS. No article which bas appeared in the prssi of this city for months created the excitement la political and social ciicle3 which wES caused yettsrday when tha e ditorial article charging Blaine witn a ?M -000 fraud was circulated tlrougb. tft columns of the Sentinel. The 27. ernment henchmen met on the street ccrntra and auiilod audit , hacklr hand across the bloody cbaarr and congrAfolitlog themselves .tnattbo pro pecis were fair for putting another candlelit?, whose fchadow was falling, across Morton's path, cut of the way Vy a rigid examination. Tb poau fflN cliqo especially showed the rejoicing In their lac?s and it wa3 of a kind that seemed to say : 'It work as ve expected." Tie fact turned oat li be, es developed later in tLb dav, that the dam'iging dtsdesurfs ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 April 1876

THE i INDIANA; 8T ATE - SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY , A.VitlL 19187a 1 HE WEEKLY SENTINEL TO DEMOCRATS. Wa send thia number ol the Weekly Sentinel as a specimen to many who are not subscribers; we hope all wto receive It will Interest themselves In gettlrg up club. w v all nnr old subscribers to send An name each. The State candidates n aoon be in the field, when the fight Hi; begin in earnest. We shall en rtv.-r to make the Sentinel interesting throughout the canvass. Below we give terms. Single copy Fire copies Ten copies or more Twenty-fire copies or more FRKK OF POSTAGE. SI 50 1 Si 1 25 . A commission of fifteen per cent, will be allowed on all clubs sent io. All remit'ances should be made by eipress or postomce money order, with the name, town, county and state In full, and In aplain, bold hand, thereby avoiding ali chances of mistakes. Address INDIANAPOLIS SENTINEL CO , Indianapolis, Ind. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19. Brielow represents the last B in the list. Five have already been slain. If ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 April 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY;! :äPRLL 19 1878. la the Interest of the general exposures) now Uklnf place. The Cincinnati Gaaette admits that It la damaging to the party, and needs Immediate Investigation. Blaise 31rn. Morton has teen for pome time prepar ing hlacme against Blaine. Ever alnce Blaine eni.Mel as a champion of tbe bloody ehiit, and contested with Morton for the prize belt, the latter baa looted upon his rival with an envious eye. Each party bad his backer, and It has been amusing to bear and read tbe boastings of their respective followers. Morton's lriends heard with amazement that Blaine was capturing fine of the Northwestern atatee, and, by reason of his bloody stiii ppeecb, would divide the Southern vets with Morton. But tbe rapid strides made by th's rival in the bloody shirt business caused very littte alarm to Morton and bis supporters. Why tbey maintained such complacency tbe public could sol understand. But the secret is now out. Morton had his emissari...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 April 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SlENTINEL WEDNESDAY, i APBUj il9, 1876 I For theSentineM THE MEETING. BY 1EB O. HARRIS. "We meet again ten yearsgo . We parted here, beside this river. And now, tae rippling waters niw ' "With mocking laughter, as they go. That murmured then a sound of woe. When cruel late had bid us seyer. Forever" was the ord we saidHow brief eternity has been "When absence her nepenthe shed Upon our heart affection fled ; Now when we meet the old love, dead, . Etands Hie a skeleton between. And can it bs we are the name, Who, long ao. vowed lond dtyotlou? And are thtfce tone", so cold and tame, The same that burst from hearts or flame. And dwell with rsptuTe on 'Wie name. We speak to-day without emotion? Oh no! those lovlDgones areg-me And we, who stand socolJly here, With no endearing lock or tone. Are but their phantoms, wan and lone. That, wandering, come to gase upon Their own unhallowed sepulcher. The waves of this inconstant stream But laugh and meek us as they flow. Ah! o...

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