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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 January 1874

ft i - m u y il iL VOL. XXIII-KO. 25. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1874. WHOLE NOTIBER 1,734. A - V XLIII CONGRESS. SENATE. BILL TO RErF.AL THE BANKRUPT ACT KETORTED BACK AN INQUIRY AS TO THE CSE OF POSTAGE STAMPS MORE FINANCE RESOLUTIONSTHE SALARY BILL AOAIN BROACHED. Washinoton, Jan. 5. The Senate met at noon. Mr. Carpenter faid before the Senate the report of the Secretary of the Senate in reply to the resolution of December 17, calling for information as to the amount of compensation received by Senators xince the organization of the (iovernment. Laid on the table. Mr. Edmunds from the Judiciary Committee, reported back House bill to repeal the bankrupt law, with sundry amendments, and recommended that with such amendments the bill be passed. Mr. C'ragin. of New Hampshire, introduced a resolution requesting the secretaries of State, Treasury, AVar, Navy, Interior, and the Postmaster General and Attorney General to communicate to the Senate the number of officers and employe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 January 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, JANUARY 0, L874. TUESDAY, JANUARY 6. Seeing ai how Williams can't have it and Conkling don't want it, Oliver and Tloscoe are said to be devising a plan for the a boll tion of the Chief Justiceship. After thardtfoo duties ot the summer campaign, Lieutenant Colonel irred Dent rant, has been ordered to Washington its disbursing and mustering officer. (iae consolation left for the rejected Wil liams tho president will write him a letter, stronger than Murphy's and warmer than t'oifax'a, and earlier than Carpenter's. Minister Sickles' correspondence with S-retary Fish reveals much delicate sensibllitis on the part of the General which Iiis countrymen never suspected. lie had heard that these pesky papers had criticised him severely, and, cnlike General Butler, be don't like newspaper criticism. Hence his incontinent vacation of his diaairreeable mission. The Californian paiers relate with some omplacency the fact that Cov.;Booth's trans lation to the ...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1874. 3 THE POOR HATTS SABBATH DAY. BT GERALD MASSET. The merry birds are singing, And from the fragrant sod The spirits of a thousand flowers Oo sweetly tip to Uod ; While his holy temple We meet to praise and pray, With cheer.ul voice and grateful lay, This suinrierBabbath day ! TVe thank t aee, Lord, for one" day To look beaven In the face! The poor ave only Sunday ; The weiter la the grace. Tl then Lhey make the muslo That sings their wee tt away ; O, there's a sweetness Infinite In the Poor Man -a Ha boat h day. Tis a a burst of sunshine, A tender fall of rain. That seta the barest life a-bloom. Makes old hearts young again. The dry and dusty roadside With smiling flowers is gay; Tin open heaven one day In seven The Poor Man s Sabbath day ! TU here the weary pilgrim l)oth reach his Hont of !" I That blessed homeeallt-d " tfc-autiful, And that soft chamber, " IV ace." The Kiver of life runs through his ilream. And the leaves of hea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 January 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1874. TUESDAY, JANUARY C. Encouraged by the impunity with which Brctber-In-law Casey has lorded it over Louisiana, it is now proposed to "loyalixe" Texas, which elected a Conservative ticket a lew weeks ago. Gov. Davis is devising a scheme, based ou Kellogg's plan, by which t Ii election will be proven null and void, and be will proceed to count himself in, a Kellogg did. Tre organ-in-chief in New York guesses that tie Louisiana outrage will be ended by ordering a new election. It learns that "a republican intimately connected" with existing complications in that State has given it as his opinion that a new election will be the oc!y way to get out of the illegal usurpation cf Durell, Grant, Williams and Casey. Wht a blessed notion of republican Institution! The boon that a whole State craved and tLe president insolently denied, is accorded at the suggestion of a "repu blican" who happens to think it time to cut short an iufomoas conspi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 January 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, JANUARY G, 1874. A BLOODY RECORD. will vmtinue rear for the THE ITOGS THAT II AVK BEEN KILLED. TJlK NUMBER OK PICM THAT HAVE GIVEN CP TUB HOST IX THE SLAl'GHTERTXrt SEASON CK 1573 WHAT HAS KEEN DOSE AT ALL The Chicago Times, by special telegrams Irom all points, gives the result of the pork packing of 1S73. In Chicago, the returns received ca Saturday last from the various local parkers of their business from Nov. 1, 1ST:?, to the 21 inst., aggregate l.OM.OiS head, atiinsl C35,S03 head for the same time last year. Daring October the number of hogs slaughtered i estimated at 70,000. The packing for the entire season of 1S72-3 aii:oimted to 1.425,079 head. Unless the r'in"of hos during the last half of January and the month of February is considerably smaller than is now expected, it is prettv generally believe, that the packing iluring the present season will be the larget.1 l.v several thousand ever reported in the luMorv of Chicago. CiNri-NNATi, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 January 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1874. THE EGOTIST. lie come Wore you with unbidden tread, Yith fur-ire eyes, half-way he appears; He nothing cart fur aught that may te said. Demanding only that you be ail ears. 'Ind me your earl." he cries, and asks no more, Though Ion? he vanU them (let this likeness pass.) Tke listener waits to hear the lion's roar, Ana hears iutead the braying of an ass. TVith brovr of brasand gutta-perc-ha tbroal, I which a tongue, three-pronged. Is deftly hung, He Moids lilt bugle to a rtngle note "A Mai" the key in which his song is sung. Yon hear the thunder of his mighty tones, ' Itecoanlini; wondrous deeds that he ha done; About almlKhty J, use eircuug aones. The Trent of bis conversation run. He knows oot if the day le bot or cola. Ilia solarsystem centers In himnelf; The robe of wisdom round himself la rolled, And to bis porcelain soul all else is delf. Jrelssus-llke, he worships his own form. In Ann belief t hat he no grace can lack : Jf ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 January 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1874. AX OLD CHRISTMAS CAROL. So. now Is come our Joyful feast. Let every man be jolly; lUcit mom wi'h Ivy leaves Is drest. And every pot with holly. Though sirne churl at our mirth repine. Hound your forhead garlands twine; Irown sorrow in a cup of wine. And lei us ail be merry. Now every lad wondrous trim. And no man minds hi labor; iir lasses have provided them A lwK-iiie and a tJbor: "Ynmm ni-n and maM. and girls and boy, iiive hf to one anoi her Joys: And vou anon Rhali by their noise fvjveive that they are merry. Ned sah has fetched his bands from pawn, A nd h!1 his tst arprwel ; !ttlk Nell hath honjflit a rnfT of lawu With lircjjpinsotf the barrel; And those that hardly all Uie year I !. I l-e.l to eat, or raus to wear. Will hBve bolh lothes and dainty fair. And ull tiie day be merry. Now kyrsn and queens poor sheep cote have, And maw witJi everybody; Thf honest now mar play the knave. And wise men play the noddy, Nome yov.ths wi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 6 January 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, JANUARY 0, 1874. 8 JANUARY 1874. All cur goods, in every department, will be sold at greatJy reduced prices, in order to .reduce - ack before invoicing, February 1. We shall offer rare bargains :in - all : kinds of Winter Dry iQocdS; 'Millinery and Notions. IT. E. SMITH & AIRES, TItAOK 1'ALICE, 15UI1AICU4, IXD. FINANCE AND BUSINESS. ii:SKAL ilAKKET KEVIETV. KCrKY NOTES. T1j il uati on is. Chicago at the et ose of last v eek4: well stated by the Times: There was ere tha .t ordinary movement in mouefc-ry circles last week. There was no parti'Jx chaagf Lc the general situation, but as.i&:stoai&ry xjround the opening of a mew ynt, when huttlreds of maturing obligations itiust be paid or settled, the banks enioved sc. unusually tctive business. F.t)m Ufce .penLrs: to the-ctoso of the week, LorrroA ers patronized the loan market in a revüi'.rkaWy liberal mincer, and with scarcely ivc eAcepIion all the. pramiment inst...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 January 1874

It . i r . ( vr? i VOL. XXIII-NO. 2(i. NEW YORK. GOTHAM GOSSIP. THE REIOr OF jrriTER PLCVICS THE MEMORY OF THE OLDEST INHABITANT AT FAULT THE EPIDEMIC OF MASKED ROBBERIES STORT OF A ARIXO BUROLAB ASD A FLCCKY , OLD GENTLEMAN THE TWO FRIENDS, OR THE FREAKS OF A FORTUNE. IFrom a Regular Correspondent of tb RpiHinel.l New York, Dec. 8. Something has certainly happened to Jupiter Pluvius himself; no mere si.nal otiicer, even though he be Jupiter's rijtht hand mao, could manufacture such weather as that of the past w eek. Apprehensive and nractical people have recommended the study of naval architecture, with a view to the probable revival ot the ark building interest; sentimental people have talked vaguely about some probable and severe afiliction in the family of the aforesaid god, and have hinted that 'twere a nobler fale to drown in the tears of a god than even in a "butt of Malmsey." We do not, however, care about drowning at all, and neither do we wish to live in the second story o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 January 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1874. TUESDAY, JANUARY 13. Jndge Holman has put a check on the manifold rogueries of private claim job, by tho irodnction of a resolution, which -will bo iulopted subjecting all claims to an open test and thorough ventilation. A eariotis enumeration in another column, prepared from Judge Penny's statistics, w ill be found of interest and use to the State. Tbe fcLatement gives a full showing of all legacies left in this State, for which 110 laiFants have loen found. In case the racDey is not claimed at the convening of the neat legislature, it would bo a good plan to the sum total for the contemplated Harrison memorial at Tippecanoe. IjKvt spring the Illinois legislature in its lo er branch, at least passed a resolution condemning the salary grab. The senate this jo&r taken up the minority document and c hances it into a sweeping denunciation of the grab and all responsible for it and pass it -with a rush no voice dissentin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 January 1874

THE.. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1874. IV I SHOULD I1 B TO-XJUHT. If Uhould die to-night. My friends would look upon my qrüet face IV fore they laid It In its resting place. And deem, that death had left It almost fair: And, laying now-whlte flowers against my hair. Would smooth It down with tearful tendering. And foid my hand with lingering caress, l'oor hand , "o empty and cold to-night! If I should die to-nl ht. My friends wo aid call to mind, with loving tnouaht. Some kindly deed the icy hand bad wrought ; Home senile word the frozen Up bad Maid ; Krrand ou whlcu Uie willing feet had ped ; Ihe memory of my wlnshneHs ami pride, My hasty wrd. would be all put aside. And ho I iiould be loved and mourned tonight. If 1 shooJd die to-nicht. Kven hearti estranged would turn once more to me. Recalling other days remorsefully, The eye that chiU me with averted Rlance Would look upou me as of yore, percnauce. And softe. In Mie old, familiar way. For who couit war with du...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 January 1874

4 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1874. TUESDAY, JANUARY 13. Trouble looms up lron the trades unions in another quarter. The Crispin of Milwaukee, who have always Veen reduced ton per cent during the dull season, have thin year been cat down thirty per cent and threaten to strike in consequence. They have asked a reconsideration, and if riot granted they declare that they will stop work and hold out nutil their terms .are complied with. The decision of the supreme -onrt pronouncing oue Rf ction'of the Harter bill unconstitutional does not invalidate the principal features of the law. The decision will be pretty sharply criticised by lawyers generally, and as for common mortal, they must accept it in bewilderment. To live to this fclessed old age to find that drunkenness is no offense against the law, is indeed a boon. It is not probable that the decision will increase the local trafüe In liquor or augment the saloon keeper's business. Caleb dishing is, it seems even...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 January 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, ;,J AN UARY...13'. 187:1. - COURT RECORD. SUPREME COURT. TEE HON. A.C. DOWN KT, CHIEF SZStldi. Tho following decisions have heen rendered The State of Indiana vs. Jackson Young. From the Sbe-lby circuit court. 'Worden. J. This was a prosecution against tho arpeltee, originating before a justice of the peace, for being found in a state of intoxication, in violation of the ninth section of the act to regulate the sale of intoxicating liquors, etc., approved February '17, lsT'J. (Acta ,1S7"', p. 1."1.) On appeal of tho cause to the circuit oiirt, the ürädavit was quashed and the state eaoepted. The question presentod relates alone to the validity ot the statute above mentioned. It provides that 'itihall le unlawful for anv scrson to Ret intoxicated. A person found in a sdate of intoxication shidl, upon conviction thereof, be lined in the futn of $ V etc. The .title of the m-t is as follows: "An act to regulate the tale of intoxicating liquors, to pro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 January 1874

r THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1874. IUSDALPUOS. It A. I"OBHare yoe reed la toe Talmud of old. Id the leyvudii the lUbbinn have told im: the liinitlexa realms of the air Have you rwd it the mnrelooi Ktory Of Saudalphoa, the Ansel of Olory, Nuidaiphon, the Augel of Prayer? llrvw erwt, At the outermost gatea OT the city Celestial he waio. With his feel on the ladder of liuht. Thai erowdni with an eels unnumbered, By Joo wu ae-n, a lie slumbered . , -Alone In the deert at Bight. The AngeLsof Wind and of Fire Cbannt only one hymn and expire With the tnox'a Irresistible strew; F-xpire in the rapture and wonder, Ahari-Htrlns are broken asunder, By muiUe Uiey throb to expreus. Itsereoe. In the rapturous song. Unmoved by the rush of the rone. With eye aaimp-lonel and iw. Among Uiedead angels, the deathlcw tsandalphon lands listening breathless To Muitnda that a-scend fiotu below. From the spirit on earth that Rdore, tYorn Ui MitiU Itut entreat and implore Lu the fervor a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 January 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, JANUA11Y 13, 1874. THE LAN DA ULKTE ER. AN KFFORT IN VF.KSK. SctD William Loqnltnr over a queer lookIn vehicle witli a French warne that is stack in the mod before the office of the Chief Justice. My wife, nhe buys a patent bustle; A vater'd silk, to make a rustle. A set of corset, stays aud things, 1'alne teeth, and hair, and diamond rlnirs. Kt cetera; what do we do? Charge them, Uncle Sam, to you ! Kor In our net. we never pay Kor cloihe, or food, or old tokay ; itrandy or boarbon all we kt ilo5e le;d, cow feed, landaulet. Or landatilay ; what do we do? Charge Laem, O i Uncle Ham, to you ! And yet I fear the landaulet. That sixteen hundred dolUr "shay," . H ut fot i:lf. my wife. me. mired H near the place I long desired. Oti damned Hhay what do we do lint charge it laüdiuilef, to you. iMXiKAFOLiii, Jan 5. I. C. NEWS MISCELLANY. LITERARY -VOTES. Hearth aud Ilorue has abandoned its illustration-. Madame Ratazzi will publish --Ratazzl aud His Time....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 13 January 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1874. 8 JANUARY 1874. All our goods, in every department, will be sold at greatly reduced prices, in order to reduce stock before invoicing, February 1.. We shall offer rare bargains in all kinds of Winter Dry Goods, Millinery and Notions. N. E. SMITH & AYBES. Tit ApE PALiCE. INDIANAPOLIS, 1SD. FINANCE AND BUSINESS. LOUISIANA SUGAR. THE NEW SYSTEM OF CCLTCEE. The New York Tribune states some facts oa this subject which have a bearing on all branches of agriculture, Itafore the war the annual yield of sugar in Louisiana was from 120,000 to l'JO.000 hogsheads, but Biuce then it has fallen, in some years, to less than 10o,(00. The area of land devoted to this staple was formerly much larger than now, and the profits were greater. Taxes were low, labor was nominal, and the system of operations was well established. It was not considered important that the soil be the richest, nor that the cultivation be the highest, and the cr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 January 1874

47 VOL. XXIII-K0.27. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1874. WHOLE STOIBER 1,736. faifciiiilfa 1rM GENERAL TELEGRAMS. THE TEXAS IMBROGLIO. GOVERNOR DAVIS NOT DISPOSED TO YIELD HI3 TROOPS' FIND THE STATE BUILDINGS OO KED-iS ALARM RAISED AND TUB LONO ROLL BEAT THE OLD R INGERS MOUNT AND RIDE AS ARMISTICE OF TWENTY-FOUR HOURS. Austin, Texas, Jan. 1). It is stated that during the night a call was madoon the commander of the post for troops to protect the State Journal office. "The commandant declined. The Travis Guards were ordered out by Governor Davis to report to the agjugent general, but on arriving at the capital, they toitnd the new governor inaugurated fx whom they reported and were directed to obey the orders of Gen. II. E. MeCullocb, acting adjutant general, or his assistant. Tbey took cfaarze of the two chambers of the house. The Davis Guards and an improvised colored "company had charge of the lower floor, both fmrties acting with great calfaues. Davis nsistson retaining pos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 January 1874

THE 'INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1874. TUESDAY, JANUARY 20. I living cleared the decks of the salary grab, the senate now proposes to take up the national finances. Tbirtv-three million dollars' worth of guna is what the chief of ordnance wants to arni the national fortifications. Stability, elasticity and a moderate increase of the currency are what the senate lin;isee committee feel called upon to urge on the senate. R. J. Grier, the aliasing csishier of the I'ittsburg national trust companj', is expected baok. On such assurance, the reward offered for his apprehension ban been removed and bail for his appearan-o entered. There is nothing like making it pleasant for your creditors. The members of the firm of Jay Cooke .t Co. have made heroes of themselves, and a creditor who made insinnztions against some of them was hissed by his companions. The wife of one of the firm, Mrs. Thomas, gavo up n nice little property, all in her own name, to relieve the creditors, an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 January 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, JANUARY 20 1874. TUB ISFAXTS wokkshoi: (fetching the sun-mote on the floor Counting them gaily o'er and o'er, (olden rings for the waxen hands This the wee baby understands. Ah. Billy one, ye can not hold la fleshy hands snch rings or gold. Yet, passing oa Into manhood's day, tsn will ye grasp and lose alway! Blowing a bubble, baby fair, A globe of rainbow colors rare; Hard at work with dimpled lip tsweel as Üo wer the honey bee sips, K.ow, baby, blow a mimio world, . J.angii at the sheen your breath unfurled ; KutyoHr smile, alas! will turn to pain, Your bubble of life will break aaln. Iiaslng butterflls, powdered wings Baby grasps at the brittle things, lead, poor insect! lis colors bright toft laid on babv's fingers white. Weep child, for the things ye have eausht Breathless, ye fina your treasures nation t; Thru pleasures in yourfuture.ah, me! Crushed In the grasping will ever be, NEWS MISCELLANY. GENERAL NOTES. New Jersey has 40 granges agai...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 20 January 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1874. TUESDAY, JANUARY. 20. The trail of the serpent is over us all Last term the Cornell university prize for the essay the highest honor of the yearwas awarded a youthful Cicero, who, with the piping treble of an incipient Stephens, joined the clear robust thought of a practiced thinker. His subject was history, and the execution, style, thought and argument were so finished and brilliant that the committee awarded the sneaker the prize without leaving the hall. In time the wonderful productibn appeared in the Cornell Review, a student's publication, and then the chagrined pundits discovered, quite accidentally, that the fine prose of the stuttering senior was copied in "chunks" from the somewhat practiced writer. Buckle? Of course the faculty were full of chagrin, but what can they do? The craity plagiarist has his prizi and the committee have the paper, and all that the college folks can do is to confess that they clon'c keep up w...

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