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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 17 May 1876

THE INjOIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY IAT 17.1876. GORDON'S 'GOSSIP. CENTENNIAL CHOP FEED. A Dreary Discussion of the Deaa Doctrines of Desperate Demagoguery. A RADICAL SPEECH. MAJOR J. W. OOBUn TKJLE3 BCSISEa COSV1NCES HIMSELF TH.VT HE MAT VOTK THK BrfPOBtlCAN TICKET TOUCHES ON THE ELECTION KIOT8 ASD STAKES A SPEECH AB5VE THE COMPBE- " HENS ION OF HIS AUDIENCE. - ' The ply advertised by the Journal fcr ' the Academy of Music as the pectacular drama of "Moiton's Friend," proved to be an unmitigated fraud. It was no play, 11 was co drama, and It was not spectacular. It was only a monologue, with Major J. Wellington de Gerden in the title-role. By drumming through the streets ell day - with a wagon, which started nut wito the announcement that the "Msjer" would make bis first appearance at the Academy " laat night, a large audience was jjott9n together, all . the seats in the house and much oi the standing room being occop?i. At about 8 o'clock the trouble began by the sole proprietor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 17 May 1876

THE . INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, 17. 1870V . CAMPAIGN SENTINEL In order to further circulate the WEEKLY SENTINEL We have concluded to send It for the Camp:gn at the following low price: r'rom May 1 to November election for.. . In clobs of twenty-five and over 'In clobs of one hundred to one address. (Postage free.) ... 60c .... 80c ... 450 We respectfully ak all onr subscribers to etm op a club, or pat tbe paper Into .the liandi or some active Democrat who will do so Address, SENTINEL CO. THE WEEKLY SENTINEL. TO DEMOCRATS. We send this number o! the Weekly Sentinel aa a specimen to many who are cot subscribers; we hope all who receive it will Interest themselves in getting ap clubs. ye gak all our old subscribers to send O one name each. The State candidates JlEOon be intbe field, when the fight 3? ill; begin in earnest. We shall en deavor to make the Sentinel interesting throughout the canvass. Below we give terms. Single copy 'l 50 Five copies 135 Ten copies or more ----- 1...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 17 May 1876

5 rose over bis fight against the Canal Ring, the atatewaa carried last lall by only a small majority. Since then a strong antlTilden party has arises, and it la doubtfal whether upon the first ballet be can carry the whole yote or hia own state In the St. Louis convention. It Is confidently said tba, more than one-half of the delegates are really opposed to bim. Mr. Hendricks would -without doobt poll a stronger vote Jn New York than Tilden. The New York Express, under the new management, is earnestly battling against Tilden, and it seoirs suicidal, under toe circumstances, for the Democracy to run the risk of nominating him. Three times the Democracy has made such an experiment and a change of policy la imperatively demanded. What tbe Democracy might do with Tilden on tbe ticket onght not to be substituted fcr what they certainly would accomplish -with Governor Hendricks at the helm. Ohio, Indiana and Illinois, with New York and California, New Jersey and Connecticut with Hendrick...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 17 May 1876

III THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY; LIAT17; 18767 1 - - THE CENTENNIAL OPENING. FIFTY THOUSAND PFECTAr TORS. ! THE NEW WORLD GREETS THE OLD WORLD. 1 Nature Relenting Smiles Through Her Tears -The Crowd, Speeches, Music and Display Immense. YANKEE DOODLE'S DAY. A RAI3Y MOKXIXG THRONGS OF VI9IT0HS -THILDELPHIA ON FIRE WITH BNTFfUslASX THK CLOUDS VIKLD TO TUB SUN n nr iiunnu ivn Wim wil fta m WHITTIBR'S CENTEN9IAL HIMN BISHOP SIMPSON'S PRATER PBESIDENT HAWLET'S PRESENTATION SPEECH PRESIDENT GRANT'S RE3TONSE. Philadelphia, May 1010 a. m. The morning was very rainy, with proepeöt of a steady, rainy ay, but the indications are cow that the clouds will break, the rain cease, and the original programme of the opening ceremonies b carried out. The city Is crowded with visitors, the trains lat evening and this morning bavlrg come Irona 11 directions with crowds of passengers from abroad. Tb Vreets are all ablaze with flags, and notwithstanding the rain, patriotic decorations are numerou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 17 May 1876

THE-INDI ANA- ST ATE - SENT 7-NEL -WEDXE SD A Y- IVIATkl7, -1876,. UNSUNG. BTT.B, ALDRICH. i ; " ' l 3 -: . . From the June Atlantic. 1 Am sweet as the breath that goes From tie lips of the wtiite tose, A weird as the elfln lights That g Urn id er of frosty nights. As wild a the w i t da t h at tear Tue curled red leaf In the air. Is the sons I have never sung. In slumber, a hundred times ,1'veaaid the enchanted rhymes, Bat ere I open my eyes ThU ghost of a poem fl es; Of tte Interfluent siralnä Not even a note remains; I know by my pulses' beat It Wki something wild and sweet, And my heart 1 strangely stirred. By an un remembered word! I strive, bat I strive In vain. To it-ell the Let refrain. On some nilraculous day Perhaps It will tome and lay; In some no imagined Spring i may find my voice, and log The song 1 have never sung. ALONG TUE LINE. A matter of interest coupoDft. Tilden la worth 54.000,000 or ?5 000,000. The mayor of Oil City, Penn , gets ?l a year as bis salary. The fi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 17 May 1876

THE INDIANA rSTATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MAT 17, 1876. 8 CHEAPEST IN AMERICA; OUR MONTHLY A LITERARY, FASHION FAMILY MAGAZINE ! FOR THE PEOPLE. A Pair of Elegant Oil Pielures to every Subscriber. Subscription, with Premium, 75c; without Premium ONLY FIFTY CENTS A YEAR ! Ixtraordinarj Inducements to Agents. 5 Cents Paid fer every Sew Subscriber. FIRT PREMIUM: A Lady's Gold HuntlDZ Cae Watch, costing flOU, to the person endin In the largest list of names, with the money, daring ie.t. SECOND PREMIUM: A magnificent original Oil Painting, elegantly framed, etc. PREMIUMS FOR EVERYBODY. Bend for specimen copies (free) and examine the terms to Agents, etc. LS. AYRES &CÖ., Publishers, INDIANAPOLIS. MONEY AND THE MARKETS. OrriCK of the Indianapolis SEirriif l, Tuesday Evening, May 16, 187, For the week ending this evening financial affairs hare ruled quiet. The banks, while th have not baen overstocked with carrency, have been In a position to meet the requirements of every branch of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 24 May 1876

id iV VOL. XXY-NO. 41. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MAY 24, 1876 WHOLE NUMBER 1853 LEGAL. Hotloe to Non-Resident. "Whereas, a certain precept has been duly . Issued to me by the mayor of the city ot In--dianapolis, under the corporate seal of said city.dated May ,1878, "bowing that there Is due the following named contractor the amount hereinafter speclfled for street improvement In the city of Indianapolis, Marlon county, Indiana: Due Thomas H. 8. Peck & Co., for erecting lamp-posts, lamps and fixtures on Arch street, fcctwern Park veno tnd FJnm slrret, from R. (irlmtb (Christian name not known), the turn of three dollars and one cent 3 0i), amount of assessment charged against lot No forty-four (44) in Young's subdivision of ouil t No. one hundred and eighty -one (181) In the -city of Indianapolis, Ma. Ion county, Indiana. Now, the said defendant la hereby no iflel that, unless within (2U)days after the publication, lor three weeks, of this notice the amount so assessed aga...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 24 May 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TVHEDNESIjAY 'My 241870. WEDNESDAY. MAY 24. All the plebeian John Balls are aerlouslyIrritated abool th-j royal titles bill, and the proclamation Riving it effect. It la quit ! pcsjlble that Victoria has been too ambitions and has secured titles at the expense of popularity. There is a large element of democracy In England, acd royal tomfoolery is below pr. The Philadelphia Press, in a puff of two hotels, gxwhes as follows: "Surely nothing could ke more commendable inlt89l or welcome to the traveling community BO vastly increased this Centennial year than the announcement made in to-day's Press that those leading hotels the Glrard and the Continental do not and will not charge any advanca on their regular rate." Four dollars a day for hash and a napkin ought to be sufficient. A Chicago landlord rented a town lot to an aged couple, who built a honsa upon It. Things went on well enough until hard times set In, when the eld folks found out that they owed twen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 24 May 1876

r THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. BT 24 1876 A SWEET MADNESS. Hin eye th&t sparkle like the bright. Far stars of night. And hair that always seems to hold The sunlights gold; Bad Up, tbat neTei claim a kits, Yet give not this. . . And chteks, whose downy bloom the peach Can never reach. Ah, when she diwoi upon my sight, A great dt light Fills ail my soul, and I am then Happiest of men : Bat when ner beaaty bid is, I Make moan aDd s'gb, And see no gladness lu tue day When ahe's away. Surely no sculptor ever wrought So fair a thought No painter's canvas yet has known Charms she doth own; No poet's song baa been so sweet, Or so completeOnly Heaven's angels can compare With one so fair. Ah, trim and dainty Is her form, Averystotm Of charms, that deepen every day Their witching sway ; The light steps of her little feet Mate music sweet Iher are to tiny, they could ne er Canoe grass blade fear. 3y her a worshiper I stand, Held by her hand; It warm clasp Is more dear to m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 24 May 1876

,4: THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1876. CAMPAIGN SENTINEL In order to farther circulate the WEEKLY, SENTINEL "We have concluded to tend It for the Cam jalgn at the lollowlng low price: Trom May 1 to November election for. ee in oinha tt twent v-flT and over 60c In cluba of ome hundred to one addresa.. 45c (Postage free.) We respectfully ask all oar subscribers to o na nn a lnh AF nnt ttlA 1IWTlntatht tan di of some active Democrat who will do bo. Address, SENTINEL, CO. THE WEEKLY SENTINEL TO DEMOCRATS, We send this cumber of the Weekly Sentinel 9 a specimen to many who are not subscribers; we hope all who receive it will interest themselves in getting up clubs. BTe ask all our -old subscribers to send D one name each. The State candidates Juli soon be in the field, when the fight "Jjili; begin in earnest. We shall endeavor to make the Sentinel interesting throughout tbe-canvas. Below we give terms. Single copy - Five copies - - - - - -135 Ten copies or more - 1 25 Tw...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 24 May 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. MAY 24. 1876 5 Colds jlsd Coughs. Sadden changes cf c'lmatearerooroesof pulmonary and bronchial affections. Take at once "Brown's Bronchial Troches," let the cold, coogh or Irritation of tne throat be ever to slight. O Pakobrocs Symptoms. Matter discharging from the Throat or Kose reveals Ulceration of the Pltnltons Membrane, canting a fatal disease of the Pulmonary Organs, unless timely cured by Wlshart'a Pine Tree Tar Cordial, an Infallible blood purifier remedy, which has saved many thousands who expected to die of Consumption. O Cross and sickly children can be made healthy and strong by regulating their stomachs and bowels with Caatorla. It la more effective than castor oil. and Is as pleasant to take as honey. For wind colls, sour stomach, norms and costlveaess, there la nothing; In existence eqaal to Castorla. o Wby will you suffer from rheumatism sprains, stiff Joints, swellings, barns, scalds or weak ba;k, when the Centaur Liniment affo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 24 May 1876

6 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, MAY. 24 1876 DRIFT. bt jonx CIL. I Lad worn to be a bachelor, she had aworn to be a maid, For we both agreed In doubting whether matrlmony paid ; Bc-sldes, 1 had my higher alma for eel e nee filled ray hart. And she t-aid her young affections were all wound up In art. ho we lauahed at those wise men who say that friendship can not live 'Twtxt man and woman, unless each hassometulngele to give. We wouid be friends as true a e'er were man and man - I'd be a second David, and she Miss Jonathan. We liked each other, that was all, and quite enough to say; Ko we Just shook hands upon it In a business sort of way. We shared our sorrows and oar Joys; together hoped and feared; With common purpose sought the goal which young ambition reared; We dreamed together of the days, the dreambright clays to come; We were strictly confidential, and called each other "chum." And many a day we wandered together o'er the hills I seeking bugs and butterflies, end sh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 24 May 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY" MAY 24. 187a 7 THE SHADOW ON THE WALL. My home a tately dwelling is, With lofty arching doom: Thre is carving ou the e-lllng high, And velvet on the floors; A rich and cotlly balldlr g, W here noleles strvan'.s wait, And 'math toe tscutcbtou's glluing None entpr bat the great. Bat a happier heme la tear it, a humble cot- tace moan. And I envy uu sweet mistress the.shalows on the wail. My pictu e are the pride of art, And drawn by cunning bands; Bui the painted figure never move, Nor change .the painted lands; Before the poorest window Moie gorgeous pageants glide, 'Within the lowliest household Mnra liullka trnnni khlda: And I torn from soulless tymbo.s, that crowd my gloomy hall, To watch tue shilling shadows npon the cottage wall. My stately hatband never b:nds To klR m on the Hoe: His heart Is In his Iron sare, Ills thoughts are with his ships; But when the twilight gather. Adown the dusfcy street, , TVie little housewife listens For sounds o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 24 May 1876

V 8 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MAT 24, 1876. CHEaPFM IN AMERICA. OUR MONTHLY A LITERARY, FA8HION AND FAMILY MAGAZINE ! FÖRTHS PEOPLE. A Pair of Elegant Oil Piclures to every Subscriber. Subscription, with Premium, 73e; without Premium ONLY FIFTY CI NTS A YEAE ! Ixtraordkary Inducements to Agents. 25 Cent Paid fer every Few Subscriber. FIRST PREMIUM: A Lady's Uold Hunting Case Wstcb, costing tlou, to the person sending In the largest list of numts, with the money, during 1876. SEt'OND PREMIUM: A magnificent original Oil Painting, elegantly framed, etc PREMIUMS FOR EVERY EODY. Bend for specimen copies (free) and examine the terms to Agent, etc LS. ARES&CO., Publishers, INDIANAPOLIS. MONEY AND THE MARKETS. Omca or the Indianapolis Sentinel, TUISDAT EVxNISQ, May 23, 1878. The localmoney market for the weekending this evening has ruled quiet, though there has been a fair mercantile demand for money to which the banks have been In a position to respond without delay....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 31 May 1876

VOL. XXV-NQ. 42. INDIANAPOLIS. WEDNESDAY MAY 31, 187G. WHOLE7 NUMBEK 1354 V EADICAL BASCALITIES. Supre m Court Cribbing. FOURTH OPEN LETTER. 0 THB EDITOR OF TBI INDIANAPOLIS JOURNaL. " Your court apparently cost daring Its term of six years, Irom January 3, 1865, to January 3, 1871, S39.7S4 91. To this must be added the following : From Ute house . . Ä??i Ü? From general land, is ,HJ5 f From gener 1 fund. 1W " i'rom general fond, lä70-- ..... siLllo Total row apparent.....-- l-aYOT 56 "COMPARISONS ARE ODIOUS." The expense ot the preaent courts (In ibe transaction of half as much more bus.iut$) during the time lrom January 3, lS71,fo October 31, 1875, was shown by you to L in excess of the amount shown by tbe books of the auditor of state. As they are somf--what better authority ibanyur reporter, I refer you to the official statement lor details. There Is this diffdrenca developed between the treatment Riven Republican court and a Democratic court by a Republican auditor; that when t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 31 May 1876

o THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MAY 31. 187a WEDNESDaV, MAY SK .. A full, exhibition of tbe coroner' proceedings in the election riots will be found on the eeventn page of the Sentinel toJ I LI.U TV- VmIIa AAmnlatAltf tflfates, by the record, the lying criticisms of the Journal. .i . tk TAfar.rirth mm ia In Sixth Indiana. page 184. Ana n will remain vuerr, a pw petual record of double-dealing wun a widow, an ugly reminiscence for a public man oiOrta'a pretentions ; bat this case, as dark a shadow as It casta oyer his character, la wholly eclipsed by the newexpesure with which he is greeted in returning home. Henceforth Vencxuela Orth -w 111 be a more proper title than Peter Orth. The Chicago Tribune bristles over the action of the Illinois Republican Convention instructing for Blaine, but seta out the aa'.onlsning fact that Morton iamakiug a tool of "the pertinacious young; man" irom Maine, and that at the proper t'me that IndlTidaal will be disposed of in the Interest of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 31 May 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, MATT 31, 1876. A COOL BEOEPTIOW. ' There Was Something Dead in the Academy Last Evening, and Buttermilk and Brandy Couldn't Warm It Into Life. THE C0RP3E OF CORRUPTION. TOM BROWN, T1VK FI9HBACK AJD OTHERS ASSISTED AT TBI ORTH WAKB, AUD WILL ACT AS PALL BF.AKEfcS ON IHK CCCAHION OFTHX rCNKBAL. Notwithstanding there wm a very fair audience as? em bled at the Academy of Music last evenirK, there was a conspicuous absence of enthusiasm, and it took a long time to collf ct the crowd with the aid of artillery practice and a bra band. As a gentleman remarked on appealing to the small boys on the ttairway tJ be good, "there was something dead up stairs.' The assembly was cooapoou largely of the curious, for there is a ia-ge element in every COMMUNITY CURIOUS TO 8 EE A NOTORI'.TS MAN. It isn't every day that a congressional claim agent, a widow's friend and a great Xnow-NothiDg, all combined in one, is accessible to all who would behold ucb a spettacle. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 31 May 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MAT 31, 1876. CAMPAIGN SENTINEL la order to farther circulate the VEEKLY SENTINEL We have concluded to wn it for the Cam patgn at tbe lollowlng low price: From May 1 to November election for 6nc In clot of twenty-Are and over oOc In claM oiome nnnarea 10 one uium . (Postage Iree-) We respectfully ask 11 our subscribers to get us up a club, or pat the paper Into the band of aome active Dtmoertt who will do so. Address, SENTINEL CO. THE VEEKLY SENTINEL TO DEMOCRATS. We tend this number of the Weekly - Sentinel as a specimen to many who are ' not subscribers; we hope all who receive It will interest themselves In getting up clubs. ye ask all oar old subscribers to send O one name each. The State candidates ill soon be in tte field, when the fight - tJiUJ begin in earnest. We shall en deavor to make the Sentinel Interesting throughout the can vats. Below we give terms. Bingle copy 11 50 Five copies - - - - - - -- 1S5 Ten copies or more ----- 1 25 Twt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 31 May 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, MAY 31. 1370. 5 ttnbodimeLt of civil service reforrr, could be accused of reflecting public duties to superintend the distribution of political spoils, is oinewbat s'.aitilog; u tbl 1 precisely what Mr. Bird te:ls cs o! fcam . B.iwW candidate A horde of unholy Democrats were pocketing the revenues of let ol lucrative poteffice" la the supremely "loyal" and Radical Ute of Massachusetts, and this crying; wrong had to be righted before he could cress the ocean, having teen appointed Minister to England, to his new field ol duty with a clear conscience Of course Mr. Adams did only what any other con gressman about to take leave of his con tituenta would do, nd euch a story told about any other man would only provoke a smile. That it Is regarded more seriously in his cae ia the roult of his misfortuue In having a let of slightly impracticable friends who are dis posed to bau bim as me oniy pure sales man in America, and sre constantly push in his cla...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 31 May 1876

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MAY 31, 1876. THUS DIFFERED CE. urn In a palace on Golden t qaare, H waddled In lace rieb nd rare; Rocked in a cradle o' gold filigree. Imported expressly from over the Ma. Horn to b petted. Indulged and carewed, Horn tobe always exquUllely droaaed; Heivants In legions to wait her command, And all things about Her Lhe best In the land Horn to be married some sunshiny day High priest, grand old church, and royal display; Bridesmaids all beauties, and a bridegroom bealde With a rent-roll as long as the train or the bride. Who wonld not be bora to a life nach as this? Born and brought up to unvarying bllaat And at last, when death comes, to lie down to rest. To waken In heaven with the fairest and best ? IVrn In a hovel in Rattlebone lane. Wrapped in coarse rag, neither plenty n'.r Clean; . . .u A cradle of straw a carpet of earth, And never a neighbor to welcome her birth. Born to be tossed and tumbled about. Bora to go hungry, 'came mother is out ...

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