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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. ECEMHER 1. 187-1. 1 SCENTING PAR OFF SCANDAL. BE ECU E 113 LAWYER ON TILTON'S TKA1U TIIE IICNT roil EVIDENCE RAKINO TP AN OLD ROW AT TUE TÄTE UNIVERSITY PROF. OAT CALLED CTON TO TESTIFY FREE LOY LECTÜRINO AND ITS FRUITS. The Boc-cher-Tilton cisp, since the scene of ction h:v been transferred from the press to the courts, has not ma le so much noise In the world as tormrrlj, bat the apparent quiet by no means indicates that the par ties at interest are at rest. Indeed, though they have tilked less about their troubles, they have probably acted with more In tense energy than ever before. The exten floa hai diminished, but the Intension has Increased. Decides the maneuvers of the lawyers to outwit each other and fain Bvprv tossible technical adp - - j f vantage, every agency La3 b?en set at work in tlie collection of evidence bearing upon the matter in controversy or affairs collateral to ft. As an illustration of the keenness of sccat with which eve...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY DECEMBER 1. 1874. 6 COL. WILLIAM It. HOLLOW AY. A RACEFTL TRIBUTE TO HIS MANY GOOD QUALITIES. The following poem is the sequel of a practical Joke played some time ago. The subject of the versea sent L. R. running op three pair ol stairs in high indignation to all a certain Tom Collins, in one of the newspaper offices, to account for what he had said of ber. L. R. in pursuit of vengeance procured the writing oi this Pindaric ode; but on reading it over some doubts remain as to whether the colonel hasn't the beat ol the ioke still. It is P'-ain that the atirest hadn't the heart to be very bitter: Not a pastoral d Itty for be is no paster. An M . L., and P. M.. a doctor, postmaster. The friends of Action who the-e lints follow, may bee bat a pen sketch of one yclept Holloway. And I promise you well, these 11-es will tell A wonderful Btory as told In a cell (sell), Tie author is not as eoine might suppose, ATI AD Tho' it uay be a sell, sir, (a telUer...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. DECEMBER 1. 1874 T .. . , i i i - . ii. HOME AND FARM NOTES. Farmers are the fortunate one? this year. Let therenotbeaslogla growl about Lard times in Indiana. D m't fail to have at least one first-class homo newspaper in the house. In this, as in plows, g t the best. Send in a fact, a thought, a quest on or xcdpe for this colthe von bear, Mr. Domestic. the willing woineu? ... t 1,1 V,ä a a.r.OOl Kvery Urin kitcuen &uuuu w - whero the theory and practice 01 ccoatuaila A fttudv: injr and tooeep U? V stantlV and housekeeping where imp'u". - - - thoroUghly fn3iwSlnWd art of that laboratory of fothi, test," say. the Practical Farmer, U considered iniallible. No cow with a Uecp yellow skin ha, yet jyw. SS-SSr Ä dickens are the right Tltaping up soil around the stems of trees the fi.ei winter alter planting present swaying by ind, protects the roots. a barriVJ ÄÄoT' ab thouKb, when properly used, the Ume 1? Leneflcil to fruit trees. " Rural,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY; DECEMBER 1 1874, Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers : Werespectlully ask your tarns -dleatention to the best selected stook of Dry Goods, Notions and Millinery ever brought to this city. ' By giving our individual attention foraying in New York, wo hav eocured a line of Silks. Black Goods. Dress Goods. Dpmetics, Woolens. Flannels, Shawls Table Linens, Blankets, omforts, Notions and Millinery, at euch rates and onsuchtenneas enaoles us to offer the lowes prices known ei noe 1862. Our prices are alike to all, and Granger as well as others will find at no other house more attractive goods or lower EiCS. & CO., Baklit Quotations are bld at II 20 gl 25. DAILY RAILROAD COMMERCE. REC'PTS. SHIPT'8. 30 800 ive wo AKTICLIS. Bran. tons.. Hosier, bushels. Coal and Coke.., Cotton, baiea Cattle, bead. Corn meal, barrels.. Corn, bushels.. Cement, brl Flour, barrels.. Hay. tons... Hides, tons hogs, bead.... Horses, head. Iron, tons. Oil. ba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 December 1874

TIT INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY PECEMliE 8,1874 VOL. XXIV-NO. 18. WHOLE NUMBER 1.778 lliiilii I THE MESSAGE. CONDITION OF THE COUNTRY, President Grant Sends in. to Congress Hla Annual 7 Statement. Ho Urges a Speedy Resumption of Specie Paymonts, And Gives His Reasons Therefor in a Neat Little Essay. Taa Hiatory of the Beninern Complications Recited at Length. Arkansas -with its. Army of Governors Receives a . Share of the Executive Attention. OTHER RCBJECTS NOT OVERLOOKED. AIVCYAMD KAVT IWDIAW AFFAIR FORKIClJf RKLATIOI.S TUB rOSTOFFICK DKPARTMKXT nos8 shepherd's., dominion SUBSIDIZING HTEAMaHIM CHEAP TRANSPORTATION. . To the 8aate and House oftteprcseutatlves: , Since Che convening of Congress oae year ago. the country has undergone a prostration In business and Industry such as lias not been wit. nessed with us for many years. Speculation an tothetauses for this prostration might be Indulged In without profit, because aa many theories: would be advanced, as there would be lnd -peudentwrl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 December 1874

wt ' 11 1 ' i o THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. DECEMBER 8. 1874. ? J ( " ; " ' ' ' ' ' ' '' - - - ' "' " " " . I i ' - -i i TI1E OLD HOME. BT WILL WALLACE HARNEY. From Scribner's for December. An ont-door quiet held the earth, lieneath i he winter mo n. The cricket chirped in cosy mirth. And the kettle croond, upon the hearth, A sweet, old-fashioned tone. The old clock ticked, a drowsy race, With tue clicklDK of the cricket. And red coal In ihm chimney-place Peeped out, wtib many a roy lace, Like derrlea In a thicket. The crane's arm empty, stuck out stiff. Ana tluware on the shelves Twinkled and winked at every glifr. In the nickering nre-llgbt. as if They whispered to themselves. The good dame, in her raffled cap, . Uoonted her stitches slowly, And the old man, wttn many a gape, Jtead from the Big Book on his lap. The good words, wLse and holy. The old clock clicked; the old man read, ills deep voice pausing, lowering, Theg'xxl wife noided drooped her head The Aids of both we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. T UESDAY; DECEMBER 8 1874. VICTOR. bt Elizabeth: a kers allkx. From the Portland (Me.) Transcript. True, he wti net mine; I could not claim Mm; . Was he, then, less precious or les ialr? Are we all io selfish aud so narrow That we love bat those whose blood we share? t Ten years s'.nce, he was a rare and perfect Typ of sweet Ideal babjbood; like a fairy In fant, found by moonlight, In the ed6 of an enchanted wood. like a shining crown upon his forehead Lay the aoli rings of his amber hair; JKever gentle soul bad lovelier casket. Never vi as a mortal child more lair. Like a lake's calm quiet In the forest. Were the peace ana clearness of his eye Fnll of slumbrous lights and warm, brown' . shadows. Dark, yet not forgetful of the skies. Then 1 lost him. Further toward the sunset Into chlldoood's active life he grew. Finding friends In all thlnzs pare and lorely, Bird, bloom, sunshine, buiurfly and dew. hlld of poets, how could he be other Than a subtle poet-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY DECEMBER 8. 1874. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 8. Prol. J. L. (Jay, of Illoomington, promises rejoinder to the charges made against nim. It will bo ready during the coming Tbe republicans are still busy Hogging Oov. linker and the republican legislature t lG9over tbe Shoulders of the Supreme Court judge9- They dtsetve all they get tor Ihey certainly passed a mean, cowardly law. In regard to the tribulations of James K. Oilmore, better known as Edmund Kirke, the Sentinel desires to remark, with due Bolemnlty, that a ninst unmitigated liar .nd oaiidrel is comicg out in his real char acter. lated the law be gotten out of the office which they are unfit to fill, with all convenient speed. Postmaster Ueneral'a Report. The postmaster-general has completed his report. An examination of this document gives some interesting Items, of which the following are the moat Important: The revenues of the year ending June 30, 1874, were $2i,.r90,5C$; and the expenditures $32,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY; DECEMBER 8 1874. THE ilESSAGE. Cndudcd from First Page. nrpii una a,V other qualities, looking to the possibility of tu government requiring thena at the same time io. war purposes. The right In tafctng possession of them, also, in such an emergency should guarded. 1 give these suggestion, believlug thein worthy of consideration. In all seriousnesi, affecting all Bectlonsand ail interests alike. If anything better can be done to iilrect the country Into a course of general prosperity, no one will be more reaov tb-an 1 to adopt ttils Pan. forwarded here Is the plan and report of the commissioners appointed under an act of Congress, approved Jaae iJ,lS7J, to wind up the affairs of THE DISTRICT GOVERNMENT. Jt will be seen from the report that the total debt of the District of Columbia, less assets on hand and available, la a bonded debt Issued prior to Julyjl, lS7i,of S3.883.940 43; 3.G5 "bonds by act of Congress June 20, l7j, li,(JSX.1H8 73: eerlif...

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

6 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY DECEMBER 8. 1874 CORN SONG. BY J. O. WHITTIER. Heap fclgh the farmer' wintry hoard! Heip high the golden oorn ; yo richer gtf. has aatamn poured From oat her lavish born. Let other lands, exalting, glean The apple from tha pine; Th e oran ge f rom ita ! ossy green , The cluster from the vine. We belter lore the hardy girt Our Tagged rales bestow, 7o cbeer us when the storm shall drift Oar harvest fields with snow. Through Tales of grass and flowers Our plows their furrows made. While on the hills the son and showers Of changeful April played. We dropped the seed o'er hlil and plain, Beneath the son of May, And frightened from oar sprouting grain The robber crows away. All through the long bright daya of June its leaven grew bright ua fair. And waved tn hot midsummer noon, lis soft and snowy hair. And now with autumn's moonlit eves. Its harvest time is come. We r-1 ack away 1 ts frosty leave. And bear Its treasures home. Then richer than the fabl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. DECEMBER 8. 1874. HOME AND FARM. When powder gets into the fle6h, by explosion or otherwise, it can be removed by a mixture of sweet oil and cider vinegar, in equal quantities, applied to the surface. An enthusiastic farmer in Massachusetts says: "There ought to be millions more oi sheep in New England than there are to-daj . I believe that it is the inot economical, and nlv practicable, mens ot restoring the fertility of the soil. Wby does every English farmer tbink sheep husbandry a necessary part ot his plans? and wherein are we in New England differently situated. I would like to Bee that inquiry answered by you in print. The objections are dogs and fences." A' keen observer gives this observation for the house: Domestic miseries can not always be concealed by the victims ot them: they lie open to the gaze oMll who cross the afllicted threshold. Iiut they do not concern the outer world, and the outer world has no right to look on them. Visitor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL4 TUESDAY. DECEMBER 8. 1874. 8 A. O A E D I Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers : We reapectfully ask your ImmeIlate attention to the best selected took of Dry Ooods, Notions and Millinery ever brought to this city. By giving our individual attention to t-uying in New York, we hav eoeured a line or iiks, uiacK Goods Dress Goods. Dometics, Woolen3. 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 as otn era will find, at no other houss mora attractive croods or lower prices. Xj. S. &c CO TRADE . PALACE. . barrel. Pickled cod at $5 per barrel. Pickled haddock at f i per barrel. Halibut fins at f 2 per barrel. PRODUCE TRADE OP NKW TORK. The Journal of Commerce give the receipts of certain articlea of domestic produce at New York for the first eleven months of the year: Ashes....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 December 1874

) "VOL. XXIVO. 19. GENERAL TELEGBAjIS. VIOLENCE AT VICKSBTJRCr. NEGROES ATTACK TIIE CITY. -AN ATTACK IX THREB COLUMNS THE AS SAILANTS DRIVEN BACK CASUALTIES AN OU1QROWTH OF THE SHERIFF TROUBLE. New Orleans, Dec. 7. The follawins la a special to the Balletin : 'VicKECRO, Miss, Dec. 7, 12:13 p.m. Our citizens were called under arms at 6 o'clock tbia morninsr. Negroes advanced on Xbe city ia three columns, and commenced an a'lavk on the Cherry street outskirts. Tliy were driven back with a loss of four JiilUtl and nolle a number wounded. One citizen was slightly wounded. The negroes are now advancing on the Warrenton road, and another conflict is hourly expected." Tho following telegram has bseu received -at ilea. Emery's headquarters: Jackson, Miss., Dee. 7. -Major E. P. Piatt, Adjutant-General, Department o( the Uulf, New Orleans: Adjutant-General Packer reports to Gov. Ames from Vicksburg by telegraph that r Tiot and fighting began at 9 this morning; that the militia are powerless t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 December 1874

2 ANNUAL REPORT OK IKE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY On the State of the Finances the Year 1874. for Pursuant to duty, the secretary of the treas ury submits the following report: RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES FOR THE FIS CAL TEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1S74. RECEIPTS. The moneys receive! and covered. Id to the treasury by warrants daring the fiscal year end ing June 30, 1S71, were as follows: From customs !ir3103,K.3 Ü From Internal revenue . 102.4. 19.7M 90 From sales of public lands.- 1 Si2,4.S 93 from lax on circulation ana deposits of national banks 7,CC0,03S 17 From repaymen t ol interest by Paclllc Hallway Companies . 1,028,895 56 From customs' fines, penalties, etc.t lvl,27l 70 From labor.draysge.siorage.etc....- 741,4:15 23 From sales c f Indian trust land - 503,4354 SO From lea consular, letters-patent and land.... ...... 1,80S,1S9 74 rTom proceed or sales oi gvernment property .. 1,,,017 63 From marine hopit-I tax ööJJT V$ from si'atnooai lees. . 274,4!to l I-rom profits on coinage, etc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1874. THE STATE UNIVERSITY ROW. PROFESSOR GAY AND THEODORE TILTON. A FAin ATTEMPT TO CRACK THAT NUTT. THE 8 TO II Y OF A TEACHER'S TROUBLta THE ixsinn HISTORY OF a grkat institution TRAICH AND CENSURE SCATTERED WITH A LAVISH HAND A KANGAROO FACULTY. To the Editor of the frentlnel: Hin: O a Sunday, the- 29th inst., aa appears by tbo date at the bead of bis article, Cyrus Nutt.D. D., LL, D. .president of the Indiana State University at BloomlnRton, and who lives only a few doors distant on the sanio street Fat down to write an attack upon me which he ee"m to have thought would quite demolish me. We know not at what hour tLn nnfraternal work was begun, but we know tbat it was on tbe blessed tjabbatb day. Ii miizhthave been just as a little company of Christian people in Trinity Chapel were sending up tbis petition: "We beseech Thee to forgive our enemies, per ecutors and slanderers, and to turn tbeir hoaits." With thoughts like these we ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. DECEMBER 15. 187i. ;4 t ' tlLlTV1' iMT- 'L2,1TJS L. "v TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15. Notwithstanding the many jokes at Mr. Bergb's expense, he get in hi work In beh,u ct the fcrataa with daily increasing sue- . eess. IIa succeeded the ether day in procuring; the conviction and fiaing ot the v superintendent ot one of the iftse lines in New York-city, because a horse was rer ..mitted to be driven which was totally unfit for work, and suffering agony awhile at it. This is regarded as an important triumph for his caikRO, and more fiktive than the punLstuüfent of a hundred drivers and employes. -When the pioprietors find themselves liable for cruelty practiced on .animals usd under tbeir direction, the . root o! the matter Is reached. In tha case . alluded to, the- una imposed was 52C0, .mak4 ins; it more expensive than to have .put au- . other I.orse in tbe plarv of tbe .sick -one. An ingenious defen-e was adopted by the -eounselof the boy, Jes-se II. Ponrai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, DECEMHEll 15. 1874. pressed bv the IleraM in rfimd to Col. I)nbv'a ability to fill th office. Ir.diaaa miyht well Lb pr :ud to be represented by a , i i-u r.ilMirn and liberal nu;;ürk. would conni.iArMi in-ti.,n in tM liükt ota local tri- i Hi IM a local in umjä wbicb would be an anipK- recompense for tbe maev disappointed aspirations of the past. With Col. Denby in the Senate, we inhl reis-aahly look for tha ejUlli:-hmrn of a u?w United States Pvtriot Court ot which Eansville would be the seat; tire bwiiii of custom house and other vrovernroent bniVlings; and, la tact, tbe aivarrcetneut of stKh local interests aa the eity has Ioor bal ii view. However tb.9 matter may terrniuale, the compliment to Col. Deoby h one tkai we plsca on record with pleasure, and it circumstaaees should ii r .haTo thmiivKi as to ere at a loeve be tween tbe two reccnuizwl candidates, the se j ig. ,.r ivd iw'.v Macomrrorime would bo a result thai would prove .iis factory t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15. 1874. TUB KLVU OF THE CANNIBAL ISLANDS. ' ' ' fFroni the Y. Graphic TauiTTamlKalakaua the great N booming through the Golden Gate ; The Iltneslan potentate, . The King of the Cannibal Islands. Chorus-'-Munki-dorl-docdlc-dum, Minuten all npon a bum ; Honolulu! llow they come .Vila tne Klug of the Canibal Islands. l'roru sujjr-coatcd Ilawall He comfit utranire countries for to bee : And 'Frisco greets blm: "How are ye? King of the Cannibal Islands, llunkl-ilon, etc. I've come with ba'f my population T ciii us to the Yankee nation ; Tis surely almost annexation. r-.;y the King of the Cannibal Islands! "Hunkl-dorl, etc. I sir. here to tell your General Grant That all this crzy cannibal cant t. . . . . . 1 1 1 j . . . 1 rollen a-1 me iiuiu-irnu iuui. Savs tbs Klnz of the Cannibal Islands! ilunkl-dorl, etc. Yo.i (hlrk our ralnlsteis and staff Arc fed on missionaries; chair! Or Union ISiblea bound In calf ! Says the Kin? of the Cannibal Isla...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY DECEMBER 15 1874. REFOHT of secretart of treasury. , Concluded jrom Second page. In 1S73; the earlier collection of special taxes in 1874 than in IKT3; the reduction in the value of w::rehoue, rectifiers', and dealers' stamps by et of June 6, ltTZ. whicn reduction operated during the whole of i be fiscal year 1371, but during only eleven months of 1SJ3; and the smaller collection from repealed laxe relating to spirits in 1ST! than la W3. The falling off In the receipts from tobacco Is oving chiefly to the abolition of the system of bonded warehouses, under act of June 1STZ, ty hlch large quantitie of mann factored tobacco were placed opon the market daring the fiscal year IsTi, and to the increased activity given curing the early part of the name year to tke movement of plug tobacco by the redu:tlTn in the rate of tax from thirtytwo to twenty cents per pound. The act of June , 172, so far s relate to a redaction of taxation on txtnks an&am...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY DECEMBER 15, 1874. 8 . A. C -A. H I To the Country Headers: We reapectruiiy äs your immediate attention to the bö9t selected stock ofDry tioods, Notions and Mil inery ever brought tothis city. By giving our individual attention to t.uying in New York, w havs secured a line of Silk?. Black Goods. Dress Goods. Dometlcs, Woclens. Flannels, Shawls, Table Linens, Blankets, Comforts, Notions and Hiilinery. at such rates ana on such terms as enables us to offer the lowest prices known since 1862. Our prices are alike to all, and Grangers as weh as others will find at no other house more attractive goods or lower prices. Xj. S. AYBE3 & CO., TltADK- PALACE. CtMAt'B LIXI5IEAT Allay pains, subdue .Wellings, heal barns, and will cure rheumatism, spavin, and any flesh, bone or niuc!e aliment. The White Wrapper U for family use, -the Yellow Wrapper for animals Price 50 cents; large bottle, II. CnfMren cry for Caslorl- Pleasant to fce a perfect subst...

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