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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 20 January 1874

THE INDIAN A STATE SENTINEIT" TTXE SD AY, " JANUARY 20, 1874. STATE SECRETS. the durelicoxspiracy. THE FAMILY INTRIOUE. IS LOUISIANA A VERY SIGNIFICANT CONTRIBUTION TO CURRENT HISTORY. A Washington historian contributes to the New York Tribune and the Commercial of Cincinnati the inside of the Louisiana business: Judge Wilson and Mr. Eldgredge, of the judiciary committee, who have been to is'ew Orleans to investigate accusations made against Judge Durell, are bu3y in preparing the testimony to place before the committee at an early date. The evidence against Judge Durell is very damaging. It was discovered, anion ar other things, that the famous "midnight order," made by Durell out of court, at his own bouse, and without the seal or signature of the clerk of the court, by -w hich the Mechanics' Institute, used as the state house, was seized in the interest of the Kellogg usurpation, was issued on Judge Durell's own motion and without the knowledge ot either the attorneys in the case...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 20 January 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, - J AN UARY 20, 1874. MEA8UR1SU THE BABY. . j IiV EMMA ALICE BROWNE. We measured tlic riotous baby Against the cottage wall A lily grew at the threshold And the boy was Just a tall! A royal tiger Illy, With spots of purple and gold. And a heart like a jeweled chalice, - The fragrant lue to hold. Without the blue birds whistled High up in the old roof-trees, A nd to and fro at the window. The red rose rocked her bees; And the wee pink fists of the baby g Were never a mement still, KnatchlDg at Mhine ana shadow That danced on the lattice sill ! HU eye were wide as bluebells . His mouth like a flower unblownTwo little bare feet, Itke funny white mice, I'eeped out from his snowy gown ; As we thought with a thrill of rapture That had yet a touch of pain. When June rolU around with her rose. We'll measure the boy aRain. Ali me! In a darkened chamber, With the lunsbine shut away, ThrouKh tear that fell llkea bitter rain We measured the boy to-day ; And ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 20 January 1874

T CONGRESS SUMM ART. SENATE. Wasiuxtos, Jan. 12. ThcT.orDltig hour having expired, the conUterafton of Ihe alary bill waa resumed. Pendlilg the question, being an amendment of Jordoo. cf Georgia, lie asked leave to withdraw that amendment, and ottered another, providing that the salaries of all commissioned officers In the ariav and navy, whose ray and allowances exceed vrioO a year and is less than 5-"i,Un). lue reduced 10 per cent; that the pay and allowances of general staff officers, such as paymaster general, quarter master general, commodore in the navy and others, shall not exceed $-'mX); that, of rear-ariniiral in tlie nawjand major-general in the army shall not 5j,ii)"ttat of lieutenant general of the'army und vice admiral of Ihe navy not to exceed 57,m; that of the general of the army and ad? miral of the navy not to exceed $nvrj; that the salary of the president of the United Slates, af-tt-r March ö, 17, hall be fJi.ixo per annum, and the annual appropriations for the nex...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 20 January 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1874. 8 JANUARY 1874. All our goods, in every department, wül 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 & AYEES. TRADE PAL U K, INDIANAPOLIS, IXD. HOME AND FA KM '.NOTES. Why nut raise thirty bushels of wheat per acre? Nine-tenths of the honey bees in this state are dead. Dr. Furnas says that strawberries at fifty cents a gallon pay ten times more profit than pork raising. To prepare and cook food well is an ac cornplishment that every woman should fctudy earnestly. It is an art to be proud of. Rarely, if ever before in the history of Illinois, has the growing wheat crop presented so promising an appearance at new year as at the present time. JIecifk fob SAC8AOE. To ten pounds of meat take three ounces of salt, one of Dlack pepper, one-half ounce sage, if desired; mix the seasoni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 27 January 1874

;T The Indiana State Sentinel VOL. XXIII --- NO. 28. GENERAL TELEGRAMS. BOARDED BY SPANISH OFFICIALS. PARTICULARS OF THE LATE BOARDING OF THE MARGARET BY SPANISH OFFICIALS. New York, Jan. 23. Advices by mail from Savannah give particulars of the boarding of the brig Margaret, for New Orleans, by a boat of the Spanish gunboat Transcript. On the log book the entry reads: Saturday, January 10, three A. M., while under short sail and waiting for daylight, off Morro, bearing south by west, distance ten miles, was boarded byofficers from a Spanish gunboat, who demanded a full account of the cargo, where from and whither bound, and the name of the vessel and captain, this conversation being carried on in the cabin. On getting on deck, the officer ordered the hatches taken off, which was refused, and the officer was informed that it could only be done under protest, at which the officer got in his boat and returned to his ship. The officer remained 30 minutes on board the Margaret. The capt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 27 January 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1874. TUESDAY, JANUARY 27. Kentucky has passed the local option bill -- somewhat like Baxter law. J. D. Shadd, of the colored persuasion, has succeeded in elbowing himself into the speakership of the Mississippi house, and his voice, as well as his shadow, may be expected to fill the land. Foiled in his attempt to procure government interference in Texas affairs, Davis is now bending his energies to obtain an injunction in the circuit court against Gov. Coke and his legislature. A San Francisco dispatch announces the the loss of the ship Panther, in Georgia Bay, off the coast of Washington territory, on last Saturday. The Panther was laden with coal and had on board 23 persons. Shortly after leaving the port Nanaio, she encountered a fierce gale and was driven ashore and foundered on the rocks. Not a soul escaped. And still Pinchback is not happy. He can not understand why his whilom friend Morton should go back on him, and he breathe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 27 January 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, JANUARY" 27 1874. 3 y 3 TARE WELL TO 1S73. inmUADTO "TJJUTT CHTRCH rKATKRXITT," CHICAGO, AT IT3 LAST MKKTINQ. Ten year a?o to-day, my friends, Ten year ago to-day, Tbe clouds of war were over us. And peacs seemed far away; Tb str'fe had lasted then so long it seemed 'twould never eee. And it sometimes seemed that victory Wm farther off than peace. The solemn, sombre sound of drums Was always la our ears. A, regiment by regiment. Marched fortn our volunteers. We're coming. Father Abraham, Three- hundred thousand more. With. straining lungs and aching hearts We Biiig the dread encore. And o'er the president himself. Our lea-Jer strong and Rteady. The sh-vlow of his coming ioom Hrootled unseen alreadj . Oar beet and dearest marched away t Onl to find a grave; They Joined the throng innumerable t Of nnretornlng brave. Agairrst the solid rebel ranks ur column stormed and 'hundered; The hospitals were brlmmln? full And gold almost three hundred i Those...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 27 January 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1874. TUESDAY, JANUARY 27. Senators Carpenter, Sherman ami General Butler held a caucus yesterday in reference to a new election inXouwiana. The third pag sparkles with -oro of the jealous criticism of the neighbring suburban press oa "that map." Mr. Boutwell's speech rather surprised the senate. Instead of detaanding resumption or expansion, he plead to have the currency -let alone." " Mrs. Dr. Guthrie, who made several -bor tive tteaapts te be beard durtog the woman suffrage eonveation "She o.her day, bad heanng before the hause committeoon judiciary vesterdav. ßhe Is an the othr side of tb question with a vengeance. . Smner in eulogizing tho preceding chief justice, -ea the lestioa of the confirmation of Waite, generously forbore his astcient prejedioes and yoke with warmth oST the great legal abilities of Justice Taney, roervins: aroalification only for the Dred cott dedsioiu It is eecne to pass that the general govern meat regula...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 27 January 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1874. 5 THS YEARS A shimmer of white robe a pall Just after, Then, bits of song and victors' about, anon ; Now fast, now blow with mingled wall and laugbfer Th9 moiley, weird procession moveth on, And still from out the shadowv, dim "To Be" Another and another year glides stealthily. O phantom train 1 Your chill breath dulls our pleasures; Your lootprlnts leave the furrows and the frost; With ruthless hand ye gather up our treasures Till In the mist of "by -gone" they are lost I And darkening windows, closing portals show The daughters of sweet harmony brouzht low! And yet, O passlhg years! O grim procession ! A lavish store ye tossed Into our handsRare gems, iried gold ah yes! we make conYour gifis well balanced all your stem dein and . And many an offered prize oar Idle fingers lost KecauM, all heedlessly, we s' umbered at our post! Then fair, fresh, laughing year, with lhht ster gliding Out ot the mystic shade the veiled unknown In ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 27 January 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY. JANUAItY-27, -1874. ram ba bes rr this w ood&t (BIO ri5R FLAT, L"71.) "toieethtn characteristic," eh? Ilnaaph ! I rrokon you mean by that, Botnetblng that barpened In our way. Here at the crossin' of Big Pine Flat. Times aren't now as they used to be. When gold wu flush and the boys were frisky. . AA And a man would pall oat his battery for any thing may be the price of whisky. Nolhtngof that ort, eh? That strange. War, I thought you might be diverted, Ilearing how Jones, of ited Itock Range, Ifrawed his "Hint to the Unconverted." And saying, Whar will toii have It?" bot Ctoerokee Bob at the last lebatingt What wan the question? I forgo i . Bat Jones dlda't like Bob's way of stating. rthlngof that sind, eh? You mean Henieiblng milder? Let's see Oh, Joe! . lltofhestrangarthatlittlescene Oat of the "Babes in the Woods." Yoaknow Fabee" was the name that we gave 'em, sir, Two lean lad In their teens, and greener T an even tbe bolt of spru...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 27 January 1874

c THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1874. He said "no," und as he wentoutof tbe door his latizhter suited him If he would be back to dinner. I think he Raid,"! don't know." When he left e walked on abnd of um, not particularly rapid, but more bo, I thoÜKht, than usual. I aw him r-nch aronnd in hi bip pocket and then put something In his outside coal pocket. H. Ild 70a get an opportunity to see what It A. No,!r. I saw something that flashed In the an ltht; it had a metallc surface: it gllstn.d. Ilearew ltout and pat it in his right hand overo at pocket. o. Which direction did he go from there? A. When ho left the gate he walked U la ona'ly aorow the street to the northwest corner. Trees and I walked up on the east side of the (i. Irtd 70a see him after he lurned the orner? . A. 1 mw him when be stepped In the, bante. I think Trees and I were standing together at the rossina r the street. It was out in the street a Utile bit. Mr. Tre was with me at tb tirr Mr. Hlltwwll e...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 27 January 1874

0 s THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 1874. 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. B. SMITH & AYBES. TRADE PALACE. INDIANAPOLIS, IX J. FINANCE AND BUSINESS, WESTERN PORK PACKING. WHERB INDIANA STANDS RETURNS FROM SEVERAL STATES AMOUNT YIELD OF LARD ASD WEIGHT COMPARED WITH LAST TEAR. The Chicago Inter-Ocean prints from Howard fc White's Commercial Balletin an interesting and valuable record of the pork packing of the west: Early in the season estimates of the hog crop indicated a slight decrease as compared with last year, but little confidence appeared to be manifested in these statements. When the crop commenced to move in November, followed by increased arrivals at all the points daring the early part of December, it was deemed that the lall estimates of the crop...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 3 February 1874

VOL. XXIII -- NO. 29. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1874. WHOLE NUMBER 1,738. GENERAL TELEGRAMS. XLIII CONGRESS. SENATE. MR. MORTON REPLIES TO MR. CARPENTER's ARGUMENTS ON THE LOUISIANA CASE -- HE DEFENDS THE KELLOGG GOVERNMENT AS A LEGAL ONE -- THE M'ENERY CHARACTERIZED AS REDHANCED. Washington, D. C, Feb. 2. WASHINGTON, Feb. 2. Wright, of Iowa, reported change of time for the United States District Court, fixing the terms at Council Bluffs in March and September. Mr. Barnes reported a bill for a branch mint at Chicago. Mr. Scott introduced a resolution instructing the Postmaster-General to report to the Senate the contractors for the transportation of mails holding more than five contracts on the 30th of June last, how many had been let to sub-contractors, and at what prices. Also, if there is not a class of professional bidders who seek to gain control of numerous routes and underbid bona fide bidders. And further, what legislation is needed to enable the department to secur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 3 February 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1874. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3. A correspondent reproduces elsewhere, for the second time in the Sentinel, the text of Judge Taney's famous Dred Scott decision. Gov. Ames declines the nomination for Senator from Mississippi. Otherwise the situation is about as clear as a well developed London fog. Beware of the hog when it is dead. The trichina worm has invaded the porkers of Southern Indiana, and seven persons living in Aurora are badly poisoned by eating infected pork. The Massachusetts legislature, sent up by the awakened people last fall, are on the way to the repeal of the odious censure of Sumner, which the pig headed partisans of the last body rushed through in spite. The christian soldier, Howard, whose financial shortcomings are engaging the attention of congress, was the object of prayer in his own peculiar temple in Washington, on Sunday last. The reverend sympathizer with sin and extenuation of iniquity, called upon the Lord to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 3 February 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1874 A LAST TALK. Come out in the garden and walk with me, While the dancers whirl to that dreamy tune, See! the moonlight silvers the sleeping sea, And the world is fair as a night in June. Let me hold your hand as I used to do; This is the last, last time, you know, For to-morrow a wooer comes to woo And to win you, though I love you so. You are pa'e -- or is it the moonlight's gleam That gives to your face that sorrowful look! We must wake at last from our summer dream, We have come to the end of our tender book, Love, the poet, has written well; He has won our hearts by his poem sweet; And now, at the end, we must say farewell--Ah, but the summer was fair and fleet. Do you remember the night we met? You wore a rose in your yellow hair, Closing my eyes, I can see you yet, Just as you stood on the topmost stair, A flutter of white from head to feet, A cluster of buds on your breast. Ah me! And the vision was never half so sweet As i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 3 February 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1874. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3. The real nature of the strike is perhaps best illustrated in the dastardly attempt of last night. About dusk, as the force of the Sentinel began work, a man lurking at the head of the alley near the Circle House fired at a lighted window of the Sentinel building and fled in the darkness toward Pennsylvania street. This indicates the spirit of the men who have joined issue on a question they have themselves sprung at this inopportune time. The question with the publishers was simply one of ability. The resources of Indianapolis journalism do not admit of any dispute as to the question of rates. The men who have worked at printiag in this city have been compensated beyond their fellows. The men who stubbornly left the Sentinel office Sunday night acknowledged that their wages were satisfactory, and that this strike was not on that score. They had some grievance to avenge on the private sentiments or pubiic utt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 3 February 1874

5 I do no THY. iiEVKiirK cf:;r.TFD nr the namb cpox A I'ASE. She, then, mn or.ce have looked, as 1 I ook now. ii'-ro.H i!io levell vc r.uachurr'i und munor house, and seen, Jh bridge, und Walton s liver-she WhOi.eoid world iiaia was Dorothy. The swalio'vs must have t wittered, too, Above her head; the rose- blew UIow, norto :bt und, sure, the south vreot up the wall and kisst:d her moat n Tnt HbJirul mouth, wbl.:l coim-slom Laukeu with her uameol Uorochy. Wlvt wmsholike; Iplctureher 'meet t'r unoouiU worshipper; N t, tensive, tis-r Ux ubuy strung I') s".u U.e sour bucolic unique, Those hearted prvintj could but see Ma'am Fine airs" in Mise Dorothy. How not? Hhe Uked, may be. pt-rfume. ,ittextare,lace,ahHMU;oom: P.rciniii- ion candidly preferred Clarissa to;a gossip's word . And, for tue rest, would seem to be or dull or proud-this Dorothy. I'oor child with heart the down-Kned nest 't warmest instincts uueoufettiSofl callow tlii"' sra&rit The brerzo- cure-s, the sunlight ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 3 February 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1874. THE SHIPWRECKED MOTHER. The sea was smooth, the wind was fair, The steamship plowed along; And from her deck, in ocean's air, Rose up the voice of song. Their willing checks the sea breeze fann'd ; New life within them sprang; To-morrow's dawn would show the land, And so they laughed and sang. Behind them far were all their cares; New sights would greet their eyes; And fairer fields would soon be theirs, 'Neath less reluctant skies. So now, while sped the vessel on, The cheerful song did flow; And all were happy there, save one--One bent in deepest woe. Ah, well from her the tears may shower--Well may she sorely weep! And inly rue the luckless hour She trusted to the deep! Her baby boy, for whom, when once The severing sea was crossed, His waiting father's heart would dance, Was lost, forever lost! Too strong for him the chill sea mist, He pined from day to day; And ere his careful mother wist, Her boy had passed away. And when ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 3 February 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1874. 7 already organized without circulation, are authorized to withdraw their bonds in excess of $10,000. Sec 8. That the secretary of the treasury is hereby authorized and directed to issue at the beginning of each and every month from, and including July, 1874, $2,000,000 in United States notes not bearing interest, PAYABLE IN GOLD Two years after date, of such denominations as he shall deem expedient, not less than ten dollars each, in exchange for and as substitute for the same amount of United States notes now in circulation, which shall be cancelled, and any excess of gold in or hereafter covering into the treasury of the United States after payment of interest upon the public debt and supplying any deficiency in the revenues organized to meet the current expenses of the government, shall hereafter be retained as a reserve for redemption of such notes. SENATE. Washington, Jan. 30. At one o'clock, Mr. Carpenter resumed the floor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State Sentinel — 3 February 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1874. 8 THIEVES AND STEALIN'. It makes me hoppin mad to think Of all the thieves and stealin Among the folks that live so high And are so big of feelin; With hands that do no sort o' work Except to handle money, And make it come so short o' count It sartin isn't funny. But bless me! -- can't they dress and swell In lofty style and splendor, On stealing that don't sartin make Their conscience over tender? When they can feel so high above The smaller thieves and sinners, Whose hen-roost stealins wouldn't make One of their plainest dinners. Folks mostly now begin ter think Sich loads o' silks and laces, And jewels and grand carriages, Means thievin' in high places; And lofty airs don't count for much In honest people's feelins, Who have ter work for all the cash They gobble up in stealins. They say that Washington is iist a den o' thieves tergether, And they have plucked our eagle bird Of every quill and feather; And now they think to ma...

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