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

VOL. XXIYNO. 15. GENERAL TELEGRAMS. FATALLY BURNED. A BOT 12 CI. AT COUXTT THROWS GUHPOWDEB IJSTCCTHB STOVE Alf D B EC EI Y KS MORTAL IS J CRIES FROM THB EXPLOSION. By Telegraph to the Bentlnel. Teebe Haut, Nov. 14. A boy by the name of Reffett, living with his parent, near Staunton, Clay county, in playing around the house yesterday discovered a package containing one and a half ponnda of powder. He threw it Into the stove, and the explosion which followed so burned him that be died within a few hours. EVENTS IN RICHMOND. PI RITUALIST CO ITV Kim OH AFTER THK FIREBUGS SUCCO KLUO THE SUFFERERS. By Telegraph to the Sentinel.l Richmond, Ind., Noy. 14. The yearly meeting of the spiritualists is now in session in this city. The chief of the fire department has olfered a reward of one hundred dollars for the conviction of the parties who set fire to Ketzelman's confectionary establishment. Dr. Stanley, of Joel county, Kansas, is In this city getting aid for the grasshopper sufferers. FIRE...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY; NOVEMBER IT 1874. TUS CHILDREN'S CHÜRCIT. JAMES FREEMAN CLARK. s The bei:sortbe church are ringing . Papa and mama have both gone ' AdU three little children alt Inging Together tau sun cunuay mutu. "While the bell toll away in the steeple. Though toosmall to sit tili In the pew, These busy, rellgtom small people ' K ; Li. f Determine to Lave their church too. F, as free as the'btrds, or the breezes By which their lair rtngleU are fanned, -ic Eahro2U9Flng4ftway as he please, ; .J'--. With book upside down in bis banL.v, , , .., Their hymn has no sense in Iti letter? Thalr music no rhythm nor tune; '. !'- Onr worship, perhaps, may be better ':' 'J But their 'S reaches God quite as soon. , ,.. . Their angels stand close to the Father .1 Hi heaven la made bright by these flowers.; . And the dear Ood above would rather ' Hear praise from tneii lips than from ours. - Si-n z on. little children your voices . ; .1 ; ; Flil the air with contentment and l...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 1874. FRES3-ROO.M BILL. BRET HARTE. Read at the annaal dinner of the Bos!on Press Clob, at the Revere House, Nov. 7, 1874. " ;. ' Bill was the cuss; Slept all nhjht on a pile of stock " Hard as a rock. But what 'd he eare ! He'd no friends That would mate a muss : If he eiept In the streets, Bo he sends For a pot of beer, and a bit to eat In the press-room Where with J es' room " To stretch out straight lie d wait -Till the boys got round la the upper region, And by legions He feed the sheets to the hungry maws, And iron jaws , Of the press. You can guess How he loved the .nachlne and his work. He shirk? When he gave bis word That settled it sure. Whatever It was You could be poz That he'd do as he said, if It took a teg. Not a peg . , Would he move, whatever he saw or heard. To break a promise ,' Was farthest from his Thoughts of what was the duty of man, And where the law of right began, One night the boss (Member ot Congress now, t...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL"- TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1874. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 17. The Tribune seems to think that there is plenty of money in the market, and it is by no mean patient over the supposed defection ol Grant to the Inflationists: Never In the history of the country wev e bo many millons laying Idle mi now. . Money ding in the market la this busiest easpn t the yea?. It lato be had for the asking at the-borrower's own prices- And this Is i tb by the president and his corrupt little battalion of personal followers to deny andpass over, bag and baggage, to tn ignorant and thoughtless taction which is crying oolfor more gree nbacks. uir.Ar TnHimi iimrtm scholar, affable -in v. lotinniihui in man capacities, hon -..TT- t' ...tinn an4 H.SP1-V!! V DODUlftT With i uu nftm carries with It more strength than Wood, and wider popularity than .Hau .hwinvol ihe fact that his record is not open to attack, and his views on tariff are more In accord with the democratic principles than Mr. R...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1874. 5 Henry and Madison A. R. A.Thompson, i Anderson. , , Fayette and Union Milton Trasler, R., EverMarlon James ' Hopkins, D.; Jmm Thompson, D.; David Turpie, D.: E. I. Kec. nedy,B., Indianapolis. ' Marlon and Shelby E. D. Kelghtley, D., Indianapolis. ' ' . . bhelby William Pa'.terson, . D., Mount Auburn. ... larorn Columbus Johnson, u.. Aurora. Franklin John . Marrln, IX, Rrookville. Noble and EUthutOeorga T. Barry, D., Elk-liar. Miami and Howard Samuel oody, 14., Rasslavllle. . . BTJMMARY. TVmotrrata-.. . ., ,. - 57 37 Ilepubllcans 1 adependents-... 6 Total. 100 By the above showing on a joint ballot the democrats have . ten msjority over both Vwth r.nhilmnii and indenendents. and in th TTmiBA nf Tteoresentatives the democrats have a majority over all of fourteen. The independents can oniy ciaim any oaianue m th Senate and that will probably not de velop into special importance. released! TUE RUSI1VILLE SENSATION. TDK EVIDEXCK AT...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESD.AYiTCOVEMBEB 17. 1874. HAZEL BLOSSOMS. J. d. WHTTTIEB. . r summer warmth ha left the sky, The iimraer song have died away ; And wblthered In ihe footpath! lie The fallen leaves but yesterday With rub by and with topaz gay. i . . ' The grass U browning on the hills; No pale, belated flowers recall The antral fringes of the rills. And drearily the dead vines fall. Front-blackened, from the roadside wall. Yet, through the gray and somber woods. Against the das: of fir and pine; Last of their floral sisterhood, The hazel's yellow blossoms shine, . The tawny gold of Afric's miae! Small beauty hath my traf nng flower.. For sprng to own or summer hail ; Bat in the season's adelest hoar. To kies that weep and winds that wail. Its glad surprlsals never fail . O days grown cold ! O life grown old! No roue of June may bloom acptio ; nt, like the hazel's twisted gold. Through early frost and later rain hall hinU of summer time remain. And as within the tazel's b...

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

TUE INDIANA' STATE 'SENTIn'ElI ' TUESDA Y NOVE JlBElCilV 1S74,' " '. ' 7 HOME AND FARM. A col l rain la worse for stock exposed to it than a snow storm in midwinter. Warm and dry quarters aaro-leed. ' ' ' To bandle a hftt ; boiled - egg , in removing the -'shell, drop it . a moment into . old" water. " Tbl ' cools the shell for, an . ,: instant 'yet leaves toe bot. Uiijide. u.Mexnwhil get : 'the out oi the way. 1 shell i i - . Flowers .IK Sa'. Many pretty ', little blossoms of bulbs of violets, primroses, and other spring- , fiffrg ha vi Dir abort stalks. will keep fresu for a long tima if each flower be pricked into a aaueer or plate of wet sand. The real advantage of the sand over water used In tb -usual war, la that each bloom remains in its place just where fixed. It la a Rood idea to keep a flat glass dish filled as Stated above, on the side board, and aa the flowerg decay, re more them: and stick in a lew mere In, their places. Here 13 a string of good hlnU from Dr. Hall's Mag...

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

8 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAYWOVEMBEIi 17. 1874. A. C A. R, D ! Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers : We respectfully ask your Immediate attention to the best selected stock of Dry Goods, Notions and Millinery eyer brought to this city. By clvin g our individual attention to buying in New York, we have secured a line of Silks. Black Goods Dress Goods. Dometlcs, Woolens. Flannels, Shawls, Table Linens, Blankets, Comforts, Notions and Millinery, at such rates and on such terms as enables us to offer the lowest prices known eince 1862. Our prices are alike to all, and Grangers as well aa others will find at no other house more attractive goods or lower prices. Xj. S. AYBES &s CO., CESTAtB UN IM EST Allay paint, subdue swellings, heal barns, and will core rheu malism, Bpuvin, and any flesh bone or muscle ailment. The White Wrapper Is for family ose the Yellow Wrapper for animals Price 50 cents ; large bottles, f L Children cry for Otori. Pleasant to . " . . ...

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

r rt 111 Ml If 3ft V" ir r ill n 11 WW INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY NOVEMBER 24; 1874. VOL XXIV KO. 10. WHOLE NUMBER 1.77G GLADSTONE. THS LEADER OF THE ENGLISH . LIBERALS IN A NEW. ROLE. . TAI' A L INFALLIBILITY V ERSU3 CIVIL ; ' ' ALLEGIANCE. ' IHE GREAT CONTROVERSY OF THE AQE ENQlAn CATHOLICS ONCE MORE ACTUSED OP i DisinrAtTT. .. . ' The London correspondent of the New "York Tribune writes as follows: - Since the appearance of Mr. Gladstone's paper a rltaalism in the Contemporary Review for October last.it has no longer been possibte for 'Any boacst man to repeat the stupid calnmny that the late prime minister of Protestant England wm a seciet convert to the Toman Church. r.rt.in mnuirM in that atticle roused the fury -ol Raman Catholic writers to an unnsnal pitch. Th attacks made by them on Mr. Gladstone have led hlra.to reply ta a pamphlet which will be out on Monday, and thenceforward Mr. Gladstone will have assumed the position of one of the most conspicuous antagonists of the court ...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAYtNOVEMBER 24, 1874. FOOD FOIt STATESMEN. AUDITOR OP STATE'S REPORT. A Long Abstract of a Long Document. J Gives a Clear View of State Af fairs. INDIANA'S CONDITION. ww ATEM EST OF RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES ALSO A COMPLETE REVIEW OF RAILROAD PROPERTY, ETC. REPORT. A general report of the receipts and dis mrsements of the treasury department dur lag the fiscal year ending October 81, 1874. There was remaining In the treasury No ember 1, 1S73, $185,175 47. The following Mms bare been receivea aunng tue year. STATE REVENUE. On account ot revenue ot 1873, fS31,S03 92; delinquent revenue ofl872, $60,963 32; delinquent sinking fund tax $819 73. Total 1800,001 97. COMMON SCHOOL REVENUE. On account of tax of 1873, $S88,953 48; delinquent tax 1872, $205,214 69; school fund interest, $181,373 52; interest on bonds, J234.2S6 99; liquor licenses. $350 00; unclaimed fees, 6,734 62. Total, $ 1,515,913 30. COLLEGE FUND. On account of principal, $7,390; interest, $...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 24. 1874. THAT ROBBERY. TUB OOOLE3T ONB OH R3COBD. 973.0CO INSTEAD OT f40,K. a. ovpLvra accün or tw atai MONROE TH1 MA5 WHO TLAXD IT HIS AO 0MPU0E8 STILL MIS I 9. Monday moraiag' SenHnal eeatalaed a light account of tht roHtry of oae of tk 'Ameri Ex rM Company's safes in Cin1 einnati, and the arreat of Ab Moaroe at this point, lor beinj o of tfc robur. Owing to tha lata hour that the Seatinel reporter got his information, it wm slightly ! wrong. The Cincinaati Commercial of yss- ' terday oontained a lonK account of the robbery, which is given below. Tha express officials at this poin were loth to give any particulars, not even knowing that Mr. Sioan had gone to Cincinnati yesterday morning with Monroe and the police. ' On a second search of Monroe, after bei Uli arrested, an agreement aa to the dispo- ' sitlon of the spoils was found on his person. The following is the Commercial's story of the robbery: Last Monday we had one of the most ...

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

N THE 'INDIANA STaTJJ SENTlNEir UflSDATyQEMBElTSlST" TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 24. 'Sergeant Bates," who baa woa some notoriety by carrying the stars and stripes, baa undertaken to eolicit aid for the Orphans' Home of Mississippi at Lauderdale, from the state of Indiana. In doing bo, he he 'will visit all the principal cities and towns. He has made arrangements to take subscriptions for the Sentinel, daily and weekly, by which tbo commissions usually paid to soliciting agents will go 10 the bonefit "of the Orphan's Home. The Sentinel will be sont whenever the subscription price is received at the office. The chief signal oflicer of the army, BrigGen. Myers, has jnst submitted his annual report to the "secretary 1 war. Since the last report sixteen additional stations of observations have bean established. Of this number 6even are near the 100th meridian, while nine are on, the Atlantic coa9t. The weather bureau exchanges fifteen reports with the Dominion, as a A ' matter of courtesy. Statio...

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

' F. . V THE INDIANA STATE, SE CfTINJEL. TUESDAY; ."NOVEMBER "241874: 5 tion with other countries and onr sorest protection Rtin't foreicn apgrwMon. Atd, finallv, tht the rtate vernment8ball I maintains in ail their rights, dignity and quality as the mwt reliable administrators ot our'domea'ie concerns and our sacred bulwark, ajrainst anti-republican tendencies; that ' each particular atar in our splendid tralaxy of Bover iRn communities hall move Suits own appointed patb, with the harmony and precision that marked the music of the spheres when too morning stare sin together and all tire sons of God shouted for joy. STATE NEYTS. REFLEX Cutter's He was OF THE INDIANA PREStt. ALLEN COUNTY. ! Frank. Newby seduced widow daughter and refused to marry. forced to a compromise, paying $200 to the girl, now a mother. BOONE COUXTT. Joseph liardesty filled hia pockets with money aod then disabled himself by Intoxi cation, at Lebanon. Starting drunk- for Tborntown. is 13 not strange tnaine was ...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. WUVUMliHilC a. ia4. G THE BALLA OF BREAKHECK. If IM M. . WIK. Harper'a Magaela for December. The an iMbm oat entae mountain crest; Far down tha valley tha ahadowi fall ; AM erimnoa T,d gold to lha lowlnf west: I And wbeeila and wanna the eaelea call. The good thlp Tide wa a filling Bail , The sailor, are ealllej. - Away ! away t . We mu item ae t:d ere the Dörth wind fall ; The nlgnt iad toe beee broo no delay." The yennf mate Um npon the strand ; Nearadaky maiden with flashing cheek; lB h"rod brow, pakn he holds her hand. And eMr and low a. the words they apeak. "Weep mot Nekama; J shall retura; Wait for me here on ie mountaln-elde. When the woods In their autumn glory burn, J shall come again to leim my briae. Slowly the Indian lifts er head : Dry is her cheek and dear her eye. "Nekoma will wait as Hon hast said; The son of the pale-fae can not lie. Reeking thy ßallä on thestrcam below, Under the shade of tbetall pinetree. When the beechea are g...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY; NOVEMBER 24 1874. HOME AND FARM NOTES. The utate grange colds its annual session n the 25th, in this city. Let every granger ome, bringing turkey under bis arm and pend thanksgiving in the city. In making frosting for cakes and podding. a little lemon juice, tartaric acid or creim of tartar is a very pleasant addition to the taste, besides making the frosting much lighter. ' To any quantity of glue use common whisky Instead of water. Put both together in a bottle; cork tight, and set it away for three or four days. It will then be fit for use without the application of heat. It will be feund a useful and handy article in every household. In cooking oatmeal, hominy, wheaten grits, cracked wheat or any of those nice breakfast dishes, cook it in a covered tia dish set in a kettle of boiling water. In this manner there is no danger of score tint;. Cornstarch puddiag, sea mom, farina aad all other articles mixed with milk can be cooked in the same way...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. NOTE MBEIt 24. 1874. 8 A. O .A H T ! Tmu i e talace, Oct. 7. To the Country .Readers: txt a n-nneotfu) 1 v ask your Immo ,Qt attention 1 A) the bestselectexi -b- ofTirv Goods. Notions and Mil.inery ever C urousht lOthis citjr. Bvaivlngour i d aiviuuumucuuuu to r.uying in N e w York, we have eooured a lin e of Silks, Black r.oAda Dress 3oods. Dometios, Woolens Flan n eis, Shawls, Table Mnens. Blan:c.ts, Comforts, No tions and MiUnery. at such rates ciifhtni-ms na enables us off,. the o res' c rices known Bince 186ü. Qtir prices are alike to all. and Oraixg c m as welt as otn- era win im moro attraotlrvo goods or TKADJC: 1'ALACK houeo lower CO., t'KXTAUR I.I?fIMENT . . . 1 - Allay pains, subdue Welling1, bveal ba rna. and will care rheuTna'lsm . spavin, and any flesh. bona, or muscle ailmoat. The While Wrapper is lor fasdlly use. the Yellow Wrapper foranlmals Prloo 50 cents; Urge bottles, 51. ihn.i. tnr "avatrl. Pleasant to He perfect substl tum- to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 December 1874

& rrr j VOL. XXIV-ISTO. IT. i - THE LUXURIES OF LIFE. THE TRIBULATIONS OF THE TOBACCONISTS. The Relative Merita of Cincinnati and Louisville Whisky. The Relation of Revenue Raising to General Governmental A .ffairs. Those Most Interested Oppose Inflating the Currency and. Favor a Return to a Specie Basis of Business. "Whisky and Tobacco Are Assessed to the Amount of Paying Half the Expenses of the General Government. THE LEADING DISTILLERS AND TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS OF THE . NORTHWEST INTKKVIEWED. THE VIKW3 OF "BEritESESTATTVE MEN ENOAQED IN THB MANUFACTURE OP WHISKY ASDTOBAOCOISTERREHACTE,EVASSVILLK, LOUISVILLE AND CINCINNATI, AS SECURED BY A SENTINEL "SPECIAL ON THE SPOT." Some people may be startled by the announcement that half of the revenue raised for the support of the government tinder whose ministration we live and prosper as a people comes from those much abused articles, whisky and tobacco. This vast sum is paid by the manufacturers in monthly payments. It will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. DECEMBER 1. 1871. o TiiK NEURO QUESTION AGAIN. PROBLEM OF MIXED SCHOOLS. CONSmUIIONAUrY OF INDIANA'S SCHOOL. LWV. DECISION OF THE 8UPKKMB COURT OF THK STATU ON STATU AD INDIVIDUAL IUUliTd. No. ifiil. S,irnuel Cory, John heaver and Worthingtoa Cnig vs. Ciry Carter, from the Marion Superior Court. Bus&Irk, J. 8TATEMKNTOP THK CAT!. This was a proceeding by mandate oa the part f the appellee against the appellants. The apjfclJec.ia his pelitlon, alleged that ho was . c.lixen of the stale of Iudia.ia, aud resided lu school district. Mo. 2, la Lawrence township, Marion county, la the Sild state; that Le was the father of two children, Mary and Ildward farter, and the: graal'r.ther of Lacy aud John farter, all of who-u resided with hlra; that he was a negro of African descent, aud that hi sail children and grandchildren were alt negroes of the full bleed aud of the bhub descent; that his children and grandchildren were respectively of the ago...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY; DECEMBER 1 1874. eminent. It relates to and concerns nutters of national Import; and enable the state, represented by their federal head, aoue of the Independent and most powerful government of the wor;d, to enter Into and manage in. laUo-s with tte other Independent powers of the parth. Under ourconntl'ntion oar common school -tem rou-t be general. That Kit raus extend over and ernbrace every portion of the state. It must be uniform. The uniformity requited has reference to the mode of government and discipline, the branches of leamin tught and the qualifications as to a?e and advancement in learning required of pupLU. as conditions or thHr admission. It does not mean that all the school shall be of the same size and Krade, or that all the branches of learning taught in one school shall be taught In a 1 other schools, or that thenualincatiou, a to age or advancement. which would admit a pupil in one school, would entitle Mich pup 1 to admission ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. DECEMBER 1. 1874. (kip JjttHltgl TUESDAY. DECEMBER 1. An impression among many that the tide ol-emigration haa turned towards Europe to the permanent loss of the new -world, is vigorously denied by the New York Bulle tin. On last Saturday the steamers whion left the pert of New York carried 1,855 pa-iseucera. A reporter went among then in father data explanatory Of the apparent rush to the olJ country. in ihn first nlace it is found that the outward flow ot emigrants is not much larger than it has been for tte two previous ears. Secondly, the conclusion is rt ached on investigation thai a very small proportion of outward premergers are leaving these shores witi an intention not to re- tarn. The absence ia only temporary and is Induced lv various causes. One eaase is the low rates ot fare enabling many during the comparative idleness oi winter to go and visit old homes, old ftiends and kindred. A considerable number are found to be those who pass b...

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