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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 December 1874

t litten Ill III I ' I I i ( M III III III 141 yyjji HI ML ML s YOL. XXIY-KO. 20. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY DECEMBER 22; 1874, WHOLE NUMBER 1,780 M VI j9 L- FOIITY-TIURD CONGRESS. SECOND SESSION. SENATE. t. KALAKAUA LIFE PRESERVATION ON ON STEAMBOATS THE W.JFF-DII.MI'J.' TI1K DISTRICT BILJ,. WASU INOTOX, 1 Mr. Cameron of Pennsylvania, reported that klnz Kalaka'ja would be In the preside room In the rear of the Senate chamfer t 11 :30 to- morraw morning, where the sen a tors would ke r-?ented to him. Mr. Came; on tin n sub-mUly-l an order that the Henate meet at the usual hour, ami at 12:15 take a recess, that the tv-nate might proceed In a boJy te the hall ot t"ue House and Join In the ceremoHy of receiving hl majesty. Aredio. The Senate, then resumed the consideration of the bill to revise, amend and consolidate the laws relating to the se urtly of life on board vessels proprth-d In whoiaor In part by steam, and the reading thereof wau con tinned. Atteribe bill had been Tead through Mr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 December 1874

( t THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22. 1874, rHK-AUTCMN OF TUE WORLD. . . ' EDJirNDW.COSfiK. From the Examiner. VThe last wan petals leave the rose, fc' Ttc latest swallows preen for flight. The ummer Ii g ne whre no one knows. With dead men' love, and spent years' light, Aod wami hearts buried outof sigut. Red roies are the crown of youth ; Th warm liicüt strikes on lover's lips; Laugh thou, aud fondle, happy mouth, And yet, remember, sweet time slips, Death hurries on with full eclipse ! Ho short, so sad ! Oh, let not death Hud only faded flowers and wine, W ten hungry for the Joyous breath That dream J not of the years decline. He lays his cold w hlte mouth to thine! tlm to the flylns hours; and yet let one puro hope, one great desire. Like song ou dyln lips, be set. That ero we fall in scattered Are Our hearts may lift the world's heart bisher. Here in the autumn mouths of time, Before the great new year can break, Some little way our feet should climb, .Some littl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. DECEMBER 22. 1874., HOUSE OF KEFUCSE. The Plainfleld Institution and How It Stands. Report of the Commissioners Superintendent. and A Ei:iKF ABSTRACT OF A LENGTHY DOCUMENT. RFIMKT OF COMMISSIONERS FINANCIAL STATEMENT AND OTHER MATTERS TOO NUMFROl'ü TO MENTION. tk .to-ht.h annual rerort oi the beard of commissions and superintendent of the In diara House of Refuse for the eleven months ith November SO. wa.s filed VI 1CI I( vuvi'0 ' with the governor yesterday. COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. Tha renort oi tbo commissioners shows the following movement of inmates No. In institution January i, ism Ho. fugitives returned from last year. .16 4 fo.ar mltted . ,113 iiUia'iUihiru-MtN , u No. returned by 01derors11pt.andothe1W.se.. o. released on uciseioi ieac Is o. d i sc h arged - y tio. escaped - . . : 1 ........... ...... V 10 UiUini ......... . Kernalnin November 3J Met of the boys discharged and out on ticke: of leave keep up a correspondence with the superin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY DECEMBER 22 1874. - 'TUESDAY. DECEMBER 22. The Sentinel has not published the speech delivered by Mr. Voorbees on Wednesday, urcins his own claims on the senatorship. simply because the only portions of it re latins to general politics have been given at least twice in thee columns during the past summer. T rroiessor lionamy x nee is st vasmuuu, - - 1 T'.l 1 . V.I the chamoion of Ticr iron a lunatic. Had Prof. Price been a little more familiar with our congressional history he would have known that Keiley is very much more of a knave than a fool. Hurlbut, of Illinois, is coming to the front with a bill for a government railroad from Washington through'Cincinnati to St. Louis. The Sentinel don't believe in government railroads, but if they are to be built at all, lot them end in a respectable city, for heaven's sike. Who wauts to go to Wash legtoa with freight? The trial of Mr. Morton, at LaFayette, for alleged attempt to bribe the Chicago grain in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22. 1874. We have no prtfVrpne in particular, but want an unobj-cionaiile man. From the Uockport Democrat . We regret t. wy it, eF' the Decatur Press, bnt Judge Joseph 10, McDonald, one of the most prominent dfon.cratlc caudi--dates for Pratt's seat in tte United States Senate, call.? bimsell a bail-money man. Being interflowed tLe othci day, Lo defined hi position on the financial question about tLUway: lie was for abolishing the national bank ejfitf in-(cood democratic doctrine Kd.) and for substituting their currency with greenbacks, bat he was In favor of contracting cur circulation from this amount till it should be brought to a par with roA that .we might reach specie payments. He u opposed to the repeal or the gold law ol and says the 6-20 bonds mnst be paid in cold. This is contrarv to the wishes of nine-tentha of the people "of the state, and opposed to the declarations of our state platform, on which we wou our great victory. Al...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY DECEMBER 22 1874. 6- - l CHAKLES SUMNEK. BT H. W. IX)SGFELLOW. '. ' iFrom January Atlantic , Garlands upon his grave, And flowers upon his hearse, And to the tender heart and brave The tribute of this verse. His was the troubled life, ' The conflict and the pain. The grief, the bitterness of strife, The houor without slain. Like Wlnkelried, he took urn liwmanlv hrpfltit The heaf of hc.btile spear, and broke a. path for the oppressed. Then from the fatal field Upon a nation's heart Borne liKe a warrlr on his shield! So should the brave depart. lteath takes us by surprise. And stays our facrryine feet ; The reat design unfinished lies. Our lives are Incomplete. Eat in the dark unknown Perfect their circles seem. Even as a bridge's arch of stone Is rounded in the stream. Alike are life and death, When life in death survives. And the uninterrupted breath Inspires a thousand lives. Were a star quenched on high, For ages w.uld its light. Still traveling...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 December 1874

TUE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY DECEMBER 22, 1874. HOME AND FARM. Chickens can not be raised profitabl y.alone, tut in connection with other larm operations nothing pays better. Feed only meal to fattening fowls for at least two days before killing, and feed nothiD2 lor a few hours before killing. The Oregon grangers very sensibly make tree-p!antlBg on farm and, highways an indispensable prerequisite to membership. Take care of the timber. Eight million acres of forest land are cleared every year, and only ten thousand acres are planted. U is stated that the prange of Wisconsin have 125,000 raised towards a state agricultural implement establishment. This looks like business. To write agricultural editorials first requires truth; second, experience; third, brevity; iourth, encouraging words to the industrious; fifth, hot coals lor the indolent, De Moines Register. There are two bee magazines which claim that bee-keeping i3 good business for old women and children, it being so ea...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. DECEMBER 22. 18,4. 8 - A. CARD Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To trx" Country Readers : yps respectfully ask your ImmejdtA attention to the best selected -tock ofDrv Goods, notions and lliliinerv ever brought tothis city. By plving our lncuviauai attention to uying in New York, we hav eecured a line of Silks, Black Goods. Dress Goods. Dometics, "Woolens. Flannels, Shawls, Table Linons, Blankets, Comforts, Notions and Millinery, at euch rates ani on sucn terms as enaoies. uh to offer the lowest prices known ninrA 1RQ. Our prices are alike to all, and Grangers as weh as others will find at no other house mora attractive goods or lower prices. X, S. & CO., TP.ADE PALACE. I'KXTAl'R LISIJIEXTS . Allay pains, subdae swellings, r.' V v r.o 1 hnrm and wiH run rheu Vf7 inatlsm, spavin, and any flesh rVT'U bone or muscle aliment. The White Wrapper is for family use, -the Yellow Wrapper for animals m . l 1 4 1 A CI jjtJ-y! 51 00 cenus ; large oon-tcr-, i....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 December 1874

ml 1 n f ft? I 111 III III It III III I tl M t All III If V V 1 I "VOL. XXIV NO. 21. TORN LOUISIANA. THE RETURNING BOARD. IT RISES TO EXPLAIN. ATTBMPrED KKFUTATION Of THK CHAKUK8 THB METHOD OF PROCEDURE A LOOSELY CONDUCTED ELECTION INTIMIDATION AND WHITE LEAGUES THK RESULT AS EXPLAINED BY KELLOQQ. New Orleans, Dec. 25. The returning Vcards makes a statement in closing the labor et canvassing and compiling the vote of the Ktate, given at" tbe election of the 2d of Novtuibor last, on the ground that it was but just and proper that the returning officers should give a Statement of the difficulties attendant on their labor?, and the principle laid down drawn from the law to direct thetn in the discharge of their duties. In the first place, this election was very loosely conducted by the commissioners of election, so much bo, indeed, that at only one-tenth of the polls of the etate were the forma required by law observed. The law requires the supervisors of the registration to lorward to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. DECEMBER 29. 1874. 2 CHKIaTMAS COMING. IIY )JARY B. DODOE. Feathery Hakes are dancing, dancing, In the pray mom'a lrosty gleam ; Heralds they or reindeer prancing From the gTdens of onr dream, From the bright land of the Fif-king, Where the bon-bons gaily grow. , Just like weeta of summer-gardens When the tulips smile In raw. Feathery flakes are falling, falling, . From the sales in softest way, ; . , And between are voices calling Hoon It will be Christmas day." Don't yon know how In tue spring time Wlniry snows are scattered wide. Ere the lovely purple blossoms Dare to peep irom where tney hide? Feathery Hakes are sifting, sifting, Through the chill December altHere, and there, and yonder drifting. Making everything more fair. Laying whiter fold than linen On the houses and the trees, Bofter than the richest damask Spread ourjlalnty guests to plea-e. Koon the bon-bons will be falling, -, As the flakes have fai'.en to-day. And the children will b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. DECEMBER 29. 1874.' APOLOUY FOU 1IAV1SO I.VED BEFORE. They that never had the use Of the scrape's surprising Juice, To the tirt delicious cup All their reason render up: Neither donor care to know. Whether it be beat or no. Vo they that are to love Inclined, Bway'd by chance, nor choice, or an, To the first that'a fair or kind. Make a present of their heart: Tis not he that first we love. Hut whom dying vre approve. To man that wai in th' evening made Staragave the first delight; Admiring in the gioomy ah ado Those little drop of light. Then, at Aurora, whose fair hand , Removed them from the sklen. He icaziDR toward the ear did stand, She entertained hi eyes. But when the bright sun did appear, All these he 'gan despise; His wonder was deterrnln d there, And could no higher rise. He neither mteht norwlshed to know AniorerefuiKentliRht; For that (as mine your beauties now) Employed his utmost Bight. NEWS AND GOSSIP. The city debt ot Philadelphia i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. DECEMBER 20. 1S74. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 29. Net the least cause of rejoicing tosiay for this state, la the iict that Bill- Rudtfer, the " most desperate villain ol modern times, was captured again yesterday, lie was taken only after a desperate fight, whieh would hare been only still worse had Rudifer beev supplied with fire-arms. Good lack bi nothing to, him, and punishment ha riot the slightest influence in the direction of reform. The sun bad scarcely set alter he got out of prison -betöre he was robbing with apparently greater zest than ver. Doubtless the pasaion for outlawry grows stronger amid the vicissitudes of legal penalties and escapes. Like Thunderbolt, Lightfoot, of old limes, or Bristol Bill of later years, his purposes of villainy are confirmed beyond the hope ol reformation. It is possible that Col. Shuler will see to it that he is not ac ommodated with a ladder the third time, to ftflcaoe as he has done now twice in the same wav. But...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY DECEMBElt 29, 1874, Donali on the money question ia more favorable to capital. It is the old trrepressiblecontlict between capital and labor. f,Fro:n tho New Albany Letter-Standard. " ( We have heretofore explained Mr. Voor "bees aosence at th9 time of the passage of the gold bill in tbo Houso. The coramitteos of tue llou- wore not yet aopointei and no gulaT business m being called up. Gen. Bcdenrk eprunjc the gold bill ia the House on Friday, February 12, when there were 55 members uat io tbeirseatu, called the previous quefctioii and ndr the gag rule.witbout an opporluüity lor a word of debate, foreod its paiJK.Terre Haute Journal. The House had been organized eight days when the bill was Introduced, at which time t;i the members should have been in their eat9. The conuiittee were named, three lays aitor the pafageof the "gold bill," aud yet Mr. VoorLes was not present m the iionae until be 29ih, fourteen days after the coinmitteeH -were .appoin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 December 1874

THIS 1JNJJIAIXA ÖIA1L DiliW 1 1X j&Ij, 1UJ&ÖUAI IJUUliMJjrJit 1074. G BAINT AND SINNKIl. BT K. H. STODDARD. Hcribner for Januarjr.l A certain holy anchorite Who for hlmnlt a cave had made. CVrafort hm In the wwteThebHa, Where, 1U a wild beast la his den. He parsed a long ll'e far from men. Untroubled by the hateful sight Of woniM-this old man austere KasUU, and scourged himself, aod prayed, Renouuclng all the world holds dear; Ills sole thought being, day and night, How to Bud la vor In uod a eye. Ana thoreby enter FaradlM. He led thli Ufa three acore and ten Htarved years, puflVd up with sanctity ; WhonioreaiDt?"be tnought. and then. Prayed Uod to show him what saint he Khou'd emulate to holier be; Thinking, no doubt, like many now. Who kneel self-rUhteously, and pray, That Uod would stoop from Heaven, and say: "There la none holler than thou." That flight Uod' angel came to hl n (The suu at noonday would be dim By the great light that filled the place), And...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY DECEMBER 29. 1874. HOME AND FARM. To keep ice lrom windows, take an ordinary paint brush or a sponge and rub- over the glas once or twice a day a little alcohol. This will keep the glass as Iree from ice as in the middle of summer, and give tJ fine a polish as can be got in any other way. For looseness of the bowels, mix two tablespocnful of wheat flour with Just water enough to moisten the flour; drink It. It the first dose does not check pain or the purging, repeat the dose in half an hour. Severe cased sometimes require a thlr dose. How the boys may be saved the trouble of 'going for the cowa" is told by the American Stock JournsJ: "Every time they are driven up at night or in the morning, give them a good lick of meal or bran, and for it the cowa will always be on hand at the milching hour." To polish tins, first rub your tins with a damp cloth, then take dry Hour and rub it on with your hands, and afterward take an old sewspaper and rub the f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 December 1874

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY DECEMBER 29 1874. A CAEP Trad Palace, Oct. 7. .- To the Country Readers : "We raspectfully ask your Immediate attention to the best selected took of Dry Goods, Notions and Millinery ever brought to this city. By giving our individual attention to buying in New York, we hav secured a lino of Silks. Black Goods Dress Goods. Dometics, Woolens Flannels, Shawls, Table Linens, Blankets, Comforts, Notions and Millinery, at such rates and on such terms as enaoles us to offr the lowest prices known Bincel862, Our prices are alike to all, and Grangers as wei as others will find at no other houss more attrastive goods or lower prices. Xi. S. .A.1TRE3 & CO T BAD K PALACE. CENT A Eli LI XI 31 EST Allay paina, subdue swelling. heal barns, and will cure rheu mal Ism, spavin,, and any flefeh bona or muscle aliment. The White Wrapper is for family use, -the Yellow Wrapper for animal ITlce 50 cents; large bottles, 11 rhüdr rr for Cstorlt. Pleasant to ke...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 January 1875

I Yf? Yl7 i mrt, '!: rT YYTV ATA OQ INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY JAXUAItY 5, 1375. WHOLE NTTMBEP. 1.782 l i i i .'! Y! r BLACK AND WHITE. SOUTHERN INVESTIGATIONS. THK COMMITTEE ON LOUISIANA. RIDXY'H PK' CffEDINGS CONTINUED EVIDENCK OF TnB CHIEF OV EKFIOTS OF 0HPET-B.0 POMCE BAD HULK TIIK CCCsriATTA TROUBLES. - N ew Orleans, Jin. 1. TLe chief of police, Mr. Lrc!erk, testified that he had information that those persons who were elected, or claimed to be, would go to the s',ate house, and in ach force a to to able to install tLemselve-. and tbat it the persons at tempted to meet wbo were duly eleced by tLe returning. boarJ;a difficulty would ensue, and tbaX he had called Gen. Brook's attention to the matter, lie knew of nothing to prevent tucha body from meeting. Being cro-8-qu stlor ed te said ttat enly those declared elected by the returning board were entitled to meet. lie knew cf no law to prevent persrTis from drillirg. If the democrat should attempt to expel the republicans there would ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 January 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. JANUARY 5. 1875. A CHRISTMAS HTMN. J. BUCHA! A! BE A DE. The air was ntlll o'er Bethlehem's plain. Aa H the great Night held Its breath. When life eternal came to reign Over a world of Death. The pagan at tala rxudnlRht board Let fall his brimming eop of gold; U Ml the presence ol bis Lord Before bla birth wan told. The temples trembled in their bae. 1 be Idols buddered as in pain ; A prVeatbood in its power of place Knelt to it sods in vain. All nature felt a thrill divine When boret that meteor on the night, Which, pointing to the Savior's shrine, Proclaimed the new born light Light to the shepherds! and the star . Onlded their silent midnight fold LUbt to the wise men iromtfar, Bearing their gifts of gold Llght'to a realm of sin and grief Ll&bt to a world in all Its need The lUht of life a new belief iUning o'er fallen creeds L?fht on a tangled path of thorns, Thongh luadins o a martyr's throne A light to guide till Clirlht returns ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 January 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. JANUARY 5 1875 MATTHEW ARNOLDS PUAYKR. Thou, whs dost dwell a'one Thou, wbo dot know thine own Ttioa, to whom all rs known yroax the er id ie to the grave rHave,-b, nave! Krem the world's temptation , Krom tri bo atlons; Frova that fierce anguish Wherein we languish ; From that tirpor deep Wherein we He asleep Henry aa death, cold as the grT ; öave, oh, navel "When the soul, growlnj clearer, Hüodnoneirer; Wbra the soul, mountlnghljner. To Lrod com- no ninher, Hnt the aich Oend, Frlde, Mounts at ber rdde, koil tu her hlfrn emprise, !HUlug her eagle eyes, n woen shsfatn would soar, Make Idol to adore; Changing the pure emotion Of her high devo'lon To a skin-deep sense Of her own eloquence; s:rongtodive, strong to.enaveHve,oh,4tl Kroru the ingraln'd fashion Of this earthly na'ore That n ar thy creature; Krom grl-f that la bat passion. Krom mirth that Is but feigning, Krom tears that bring no heating; From wild and weak complaining; Thine o d Htrsn h ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 January 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TÜES.ß AT JANUARY 51875 TUESDAY. JANUARY 5. TXre is bardly any question, except that in rcrarrf to snecie or credit basis for cur rency, n which the Ideas of men tre morej -widely apart than on the subject ot usury. Yet, T.nlike the former subject or controversy, it would seem tbrt the prints at issue are -safBclently determined byectual experiment. The laws providing a penalty let usrry are relics oi antiquity, founded upon old idea and prejudices which are hard to be uprooted. Tbere afro two principalargurr.ents agiw tho trsury la'.vs. One is, that they can not be enforced, or, inbetter phrase, they always can b evaded when the money' market la stringent enough to sustain a rate of interest sbovo'.he legul rate. Ways wil be devised by which the lender will get fer the use c? bis nconey what it will sell irr. 'The borrowcr3 servant to the leader," and that authoritative statement can cot be reversed -by logwlation 'or acy otter mams. TL other -argument i...

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