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

if 9 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, JANUARY G 1875, 5 I r 1 OUR NEST SENATOR. SPIRIT OF TUE INDIANA PRESS. cohmbxt prom aix' parts ck the state m'donald thk favoritk. From the Salllvan Democrat. Mr. Voorhees is making a canvas for the enatorsbip. He was lately at Lawrenceburg and Washington, Daviess county, and la posted for Vincennes on the 17th. f From the Richmond Irdependent. Candidates for United States senator are looming up. The U one named is Mathew R. Hull. Mathew i preferable to the "tall Sycamore," but the sute djea not require the services of either In the Senate. From the Columbia City Post. The Hon. J. E. McDonald's chances for the enatorsalp from Iudiana seem to be improving every dy. Voorheen U practically out ol the race. The democracy ot Indiana will not send a salary grabber to the Senate. From the Terre Haate Uazet te.J The Cincinnati Commercial is authority for tbe statement that a branch office for the election of D. W. Voorhees to the Henate has been open...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 January 1875

r THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY JANUARY 5 1875 6 KATIE KINO." A. TOBT TUAT OWEJS NO MOBAL. From the Commercial Advertlsec. latle King cam every night From the iplrit world, la her robe or white. Wondroa tale- from theibidow Uni üb told her bearers, In accent bland ; Marvelous feaU aha performed, to show Jont how a ghost ma come and go; at of her cabinet." illent and h aok. She vanlbed amiUng, then floated bade One n 1 j;b t a grave philosopher came. Kager to learn, aabeflttea hi fame. He took his seat In the silence and shade, Toaee the vUion and teat tr.e muld. lie talked of eence. of spirit, of wings Of &U tUoM Immaterial things; Of newspaper comment, and wondered u-hen bach fcUilrtiini fact would convince all men? A nd Katie foreot er -pint role, litr shadowy body and purified bouI. And llatned Ith a pleased surprise To fits grave oplnloa and oomraenta Wise. When at last he went, she s'ghed-"Au mal If I could more such followers see fy mother should loee her loo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 January 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY JANUARY 5. 187Ö, BLOOD FOR BLOOD. AN OHIO CRIMINAL. LITE HE LIVED THE HORRIBLK MCRTHE DER FOR WHICH HK WAS CONVICT KD TORT OF THE BLOODY DEED HM KXPIATIOH Or THE CRIME. The telegraph has told in an Item of the execution of John Goodman at Ottawa, O., on Wednesday last. The correspondent of the Cincinnati Enquirer, writing from that place, gives tbe following sketch of the criminal's life, and the deed for which be was executed: Goodman, the condemned man, made his confession. He was born la Franklin county, about four miles southeast ef Columbus, in 1843. When be was bat four years old his parents moved to Putnam county, In the neighborhood where Columbus (J rove now stand, where bis father bought a firm and settled. lie worked on the farm, getting his education as most farmers' boys do, in the winter months of the year, until he was ot ape. Soon after that he married a Miss Funk, who had lived with old Mr. and Mrs. Haywood lor several years a a s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 January 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY JANUARY 5. 1875, Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To tbe Country Readers: We respectfully ask your imme diate attention to the best selected stool: of Dry üoods, Notions ana Mil inery ever orought tohis city. By giving our individual attention to r.uying in New York, we havi eecured a lino of Silke. Black Goods Dress Goods Dometlcs, Woolens Fiwnneis, Shawls, Table Linens, Blankets, Comrorta,' Motions and Mi.linery. at auch rates and cn such terms as enaolos ua to cfTtr the towes1 prices known Bince 186-4. Our prices are alike to all, ard Orangers es wel as oihr.tiri nt no other hous a wior.- HitPActlvfl aOOdS OP lOWCT nrices. T . AYRE3 &c C TKADK PALACK. jr FINANCE AND liUSINKSS.j (;i;ni:ral market kevikw. ' chicago tbabk and gkowih. Tha Tribune of December 51 give an ex baus.ive review of all Lrancbe.-i ot trade and business in that city Icr the year. Tlio gritr-d tot' ia given as at approximation to lhe value or their trade in li?7i. It includes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 January 1875

fH llfllll Sff INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY JANUAltY 12. 137Ö. WHOLE NUMBER 1.783 ( f a i I A DEVOTED HUSBAND. A SAD SUICIDC. A ioc.no man kills himsklf on his WIFE'S foive-TRAfllCESDOF ONE YEARS MAR- .... .,! t av i mn If I UK AD WIFE AlMi lirc . 1117. C'ACoK. One of the sad Jest examples of the wmree ol suicide ia given by the Cincinnati Gazette of the tub Inst. The following facts are extraded: The community, especially the lnends and associates of Horace B. Uibbs, v 111 be shocked this morning to bear that he committed suicide yesterday morning about 11 oVl at the grave of his youne wife, in fcrriuir i rove cemetery. The circumstances connect.! with, and which led to, ;.his un:..w. AaY hv his own hands of a pronisIng voung mau, beloved by bis family and intimate acauaiutances, and respected by all who knew him, are as follows: u t.n a -er aco it will not be a year ntii rhmarv at the ago ol a liUle over tweutv-one, he was married to vounz and beautiful girl, Helle I'.idt'nour, the idol ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 January 1875

THE INDIANA STATE JgENTI NE L, T UESDAY 'JANUARY- 12 1875 LOVE'S LOGIC. Day in ard day out ... I dream of what my love's abont: He toils his shining field to reap; lie strays to watch bis lambkin- s.ecp On upland pastures warm and fair In the wild flower air. All bla thought are free; Ho may t iey be. ... I love him 'cause I love mm. And so he loveth me. Kan up and sun down IJve l love's own fairy crown. I walk by streams where lilies blow Where tha scarlet cardinals glow, And see above my true love pas Thiough the seeding grass. Me he doth not see; HoHhall It be. I love him 'cause I love him. And o he loveth me. NEWS AND GOSSIA A snow white deer was kilefjear Siat1 ersvilJe, Ga., last week. Fairmonnt Park, Philadelphia, consists of a compact demesne of two thaisand three hundred acres. ' The railroad interests of tbt country have now a new organ in the P.ailvay Worl J, the first number ol wntca a?A jrst appearru Philadelphia. The New York middle dw promise to ouit stealinc. abandon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 January 1875

THE INDIANA STATE . SENTINEL1 TUESDAY. JANUARY 12. 1875.. o o -r TIIE LEGISLATURE. OPENING SESSION. OP.OAMZATIOH OF THE LEGISLATURE OrE'INO OCT OF BILLS ON BAXTER LAW SU.ARIKd LOUISIANA IN TIIK HOfSE. BTC. SENATE. A nixeen minutes past ten o'clock Lieut. Gov. moved to refer Ine bill to the committee r.n jalaSextonN ravel fell, and the senators preset ries. & oroppea, iiiiu uicir ntriB w , -1 o for a month. The roll of senators holding over was called, and all the 21 answered to their names. The senators elect were then called and requested to come forward to the president's des. TLe oath of olnce was then administered by Jndge Newcomb, of the Superior'ourt. ' The chair annonnced that the next business la order would be the ejection of a clerk oMhe su...tA Torn nominations were made John Overmver. of Jennings, and Ueorga Denbo.of .which resulted in the election of John Overmyer by a vote or n to a ior nenoo, Mr. overmyer was called forward and sworn .1, nnlpr. Nomination ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 January 1875

TH.iJ INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDaY JANUARY 12 1875 TUESDAY. JANUARY 12. If arena, of Terr Haute, took tbe earliest nnortunity Tharday of Introducing in the IIoue a resolution denottncin the course of r the admlelstratlon in regard to T-auisiana, This action rs in accordance with the suggestion of tbe Seatinel, rod is In harmony with the opinion ol the beat men and ablest newspapers of the country. The voice -ol Indira sheuld 'hr joined tothoeect sister states in repudiation of lue onW"Se coaa rni:?diaehalfcf KellogK usurping government. The resolution ouhS cot to be tres.ted a a' party matter, bat shculdTeceive the BUDpart of all liberal minted user, re-.gtrrdlet-H of tbotr political afiilrations. The villainy whick it condeutns 13 83 compicu an la All its revolting featr.rci ttai no ;xartyr.an afford to defend it. n nt,i Mi bills introduced in tbr renat vwa ...v verterdav. tvasone providing for rubstita tinir a licence system Tor the Baxter law. It 'wa' brought forward by Mr. Sm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 January 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. JANUARY 12 1875, 5 -attention 1 tonUl bestow, (iood. Wh and Mller require that It be milde aaecessfuU and to aconjfli-h tbe bem llc nt punow ;f t'w SanLntho language of the grant tvt inLSdM to '-p.rio. the lUwrai and practica Suucaiion otl') Industrial classes in the several mirsuita nnd ptof'inaot lite." It is t !'- JTe" müven.:v. asd I cnmd it to jour watchful and fis ering care. tMliiURY CI' hTATK. The executive nervi of tbe tat properly connected with the otüre of the secretary of Hat hasb?e-i dnilnlterd witn ndellty and ability ty that officer. In the discharge or my duties, 1 have received valuable assl-danee from him. Ills report give a full and interesting statement of the transaction o( bw oihce. TUB ATTORN EY-O EN EUAlS OKttCE. The attorney-general's report given a statement of the transactions of hit omee, and of the um collected bv tlm during the two years ending November. HTI.and payments ma- e into the etat treasury, "- he treasuries...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 January 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY JANUARY 12. 1875, LOUISIANA. CONSUMMATION OF THE WRONG THE LEGISLATURE BROKEN UPl BY UNITED STATES TROOPS. Several Members Dragged from their Seats by Armed Soldiers. PROTESTS ENTERED BY THE EXPELLED. The Speaker Leaves the House at 4 the Head of a Majority of the Members. , A SECOND PRIDE'S PURGE. ADMISSION Or'FlVB REJECTED L EG IS L ATO 118 ' . . . -. w . i - T- - . ' r W. ft C- T " T BAYONETS THE FIVE MEMBERS PUT OUT I ' WITHDRAWAL OP THE CONSERVATIVES, j New Orleans, Jan. 4. At 1 o'clock! .crder was partially restored and a J motion was then onerea 10 go into per- " manent organization. This raised a commotion among the republicans, tut when a further motion was mads to seat tho members from the contested parishes and referred to a committee, the excitement, ac companied with shouts and exclamations of all kinds, was fearful to hear.' Mr. Murrell protested against -Mr. Wiltz as chairman, and stigmatized tho course pursued in placing him there a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 January 1875

i HOME AND FARM. For tho destrurtlon of eartu worms vi, grass plots, etc., the following is given. Sprinkling Bra plots, garden bedd, etc with clear lime water, iu damp weather, when the worms are uear the surface, in most caes several times, la .aid to be deetructive of the worms, while it is rather beneficial than o'.borwl-e to the vegetation. The mjority of a convention of German poinologists expressed a decided preference lor the pjramiJUl lorm lor fruit tree. The advantages claimed lor it are the minimum of shade, greatest strength, avoidance of eevere wounding ot the tree, production of better frviit, and at the same time fewer diäadvantaßes from storms, weight of snow, excels ot fruit, theft, etc. To farmers especially is the winter the best season of tbo whole year in which to inferru themselves ol the true condition of their finances. It is qutto as difficult for a farmer as for ä m-rcbant to know the gain or profit of any year's labor without keeping a xigid cash account, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 12 January 1875

THE. INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY JANUARYS. 1875, 6 A. O AED Trad Palace, Oct 7.To the Country Readers: We resDeotfullv ask your Immo din tA attention to the beat selected fni- nf Drv Goods. Notions and MilMnery ever brouaht to this city. By Giving our individual attention to buying in New York, we hav secured a line of Silks. Black Goods Dress Goods. Dometies, Woolens Flannels, Shawls, Table Linens. Blankets, comforts, no tionaand Millinery, at such rates nnd rn such terms as enables us to offer the lowest orices known since 1862. Our prioes are alike to all, and Grangers as well as othr will find at no other houae mora attractive aoods or lower prices. T,. S. AYUE3 &c CO TKADK PALACK. FINANCE AND BUSINESS. JEN'ERAL MARKET REVIEW. LOCAL FINANCES. The money market here la In au unusu ally satisfactory condition. Tbo Urge dis l.ur-onienta ot the past two mouths for hoss " . and corn, of which Indianapolis nas pro duceil an abundance this season, are finding their way ba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 January 1875

tiffed YOU XXIV-NO. 24 INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY JANUARY 1. 1375. WHOLE NUMBER 1,73 LOUISIANA LUERATURE. THE DOCUMENTS. A l,OT CF PIPERS THAT ACCOMPANIED TjIK y. I iÄOB CONTP.IDUTI05R BV KELT-O0 1 AND PACKARD S3 LRI DA NS LAST EFFORT THE LoNU B )W AS A MILITARY W.APON. Washington, D. C Jan. 13. The documents accompanying the president's menI'v e are voluminous. The first, is a letter fr .r. Gov. Kellojr?, dated Aupust. 10th Hst, d lresel to President Grant at Long Branch, in wbioh Gov. Kellocrg regrets to bs.ve trceiblo him again about Louisiana Ktj.v.rf, butwtateathat exceptional clreuav ÄtRCoc-s and the Importance of the issues in.V.wrf render fi nrcewtrrv that hf) should m;Jke a brief statement of the Kitnation, nÜch lie proceeds to o, premising that !Louiieria is now the last state in the SuthTvest that retrains true to the republican party. He conclude? by eayinj;, "I reprtfcllv aul -earnestly suggest tha if tbe United States troops were re.,.ta , ,w tffl. uch X'OUTie A?iVild have ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 January 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY JANUARY 10. 1875, YOU KNOW YOU DO. After deseriblD the young-man ho, with a tented handkerchief, plastered hair, broad -eloth and patent leathers, nervously pulls the tell, and In, In da time, esorted by his inamorata Into the presence of the old folks, the poet goes oa to aay : Ton keep yonr eyes upon the clock, , And wish 'twould Jump an hour or two, fo Kb at yonr pa would ceaw to talk And go to bed you know you do ! j And when the folks to bed have gone. And left "some one" alone with you. You wich the clock would stop Us tongue, Or you stop It you know you do I TT blushes deep, and looks afraid To be thus left alone with you ! Bat your eyes tell him ue'er was maid KiH could ba wooed yon know you dot Yon peep at "some one" 'neath your curla, Until with love you bnrn him through, And make him hate all other jjlrls In love for you -you know you do! Ar.d when his arm steals 'round your chair. Yon give a smothered ttcrtam or two. As if you didn't wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 January 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. JANUARY 19 1875, o THE MARTYR OF HAN JOSH. BT COMXODORB ROLLIXGPIM. From the St. Loala Times. It was upon the Arkansas this episode accurred. And that I took a hand myself it rntt not be interred : I stat Just what I've heard. The legislator all bad met, eaoa member had Lis chair. , When Col. Brook, of Cfloctaw, said: "Who Is that over tharT "Ex this yer ou the sqaar?" .He pointed to a nisjger, with glasses on his nose, Wha replied, he represented there the parish o: Haa Jose, A dose credentials pows. Then Oen. Parson rose and said: "I gue? that thar ain't ao: "That darkey Rettin' there In that cheer U my old barber Jo, "That the Yankees freed, you know.' If a pin had been Inserted in each white member' seat . , He could not any quicker have risen to his feet; Th' uprising wu complete. The Utile soene that followed. Im sorry torelate. Did not reflect much credit on the helmsmen of the BUM Assembled lor debate. When order was restored there was str...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 January 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY JANUAltY 10. 1S70, TUESDAY, JANUARY 19. According to the llailioad Gazette, only 1,023 iniles of railroad were constructed In 1374, against 3.S&1 miles in 1S73, and 7,340 xnili in 1872. The promise for 1S75 Is lor still farther decline instead of reaction. It is scarcely to be inferred from thjs tbat railroad improvement in this country is des'.Inoi to ccae, for ueIpss some better plan ot transportation sl.a'1 be devisod, the railroad, in some modified form, will ultimately reich every point cf conTr)DJlation and traJe. ine years 1872 and 1873 represent excessive activity in railroading, especially 1272. the likocf which can not reo r for a Jons time In the Dfw states and territories rauroaa laoiiikita artfronsHicrauiy uvcfuuut:. Fublic convecl'mce Is not surfeited, but absolute convenience is sometimes too f xpendva to be profitable. Kansas is almost killed with railroad taxation. That burden Is really a more formidable encumbrance on ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 January 1875

4 X Ii' THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, JANUARY 19", 1875. i, when eraploved by corporation. All tb above bill were pasi-ed to a seeord reading. KeoIu-U-n.s wM.errporirtl : .ooking loan investigation o' the status claim aiHlusi the T. tl. t 1. rait-r-Vid : I no utrl r jt 1 ; o e per' ses of former Fessions sui'd officials, with a view of retrenchment Mid vforra. ln lists of temperance petitions we:e ;.. ii ltd to t-e temperance committee. FKI DAT. .-KVATi.-Eitls introduced: iu regard to taxing J-.'bts iDcnrTed la buiiuing school houses; ?ro IV.za formale of Innds by administrators to 'paj debts of estateof adeceaent; loprovldefor P-Jy collection ot wast-s monthly; for ptib-lr-hinthe appropriations cf county boards; to provide tor bvuiuz bond In an amount not. x-ccdiiizSto,Ui. topay lor fur finishing pubdc building wnich have been litgun without 01 U-y to finiMi; amending law of olyorce; axn-Jir.gactiiiorpo:atins the lud. ana Marine nd Klie insurance Company; making It a misCm an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 January 1875

T ilE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY JANUARY 19 1875 6 H ECU KT AYFlSnitA. J, pASTn.IHTIC rASTisr" ruo tue u kch ov TllEOPHILK OAVTIEH. BT FRANCIS HASTING DOYLE. From Cornhlll's Magazine-! fwd In the vanished time, two statues wh.ltf. SrfaS old Temple' front, 8leami Of n Athenian sky, instinct with light. Trended khelr raarule dreams. In the same shell Imbedded (crystal tears lur lul mo.irninz her Venus flown), rwopearlsof lonliet ocean, Uroah long J ears, Kept wnisperiu " in f'ph nleasauuce, by (Jrensda's river, lrhlr'fp,h inw.volced fountain's silver close to tha UOWfW, Twn rose, irom umduu Mingled their murmuring Howem. VP?? V1?' yi?hÄ hi day. Two whidovrtnmeir feet of Pin. found rest ... Through the oft month of May. .Dove. roe, pearl, marble. nto rain dim a ii 1 1.. . .i A thorns vf4. Rillte oecAy . F.an. .il flower wither, marble suapea dirlimn, And bright birds float away. .h element, once free, flies back to feed The unfathomable Hfe-dust, yearning dumb. IVhenco U 1 a ail-s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 January 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. JANUARY 10. 1875. HOME AND FARM. If a poor soil is to t e trough: 'up, the manure should be buried until the Boil is soficiently enriched 10 tbe depth it is to be worked. Alterward, If it and tte climate are naturally moifet, top dressing U best. H. F. J., in the Country Gentleman, eays the best orchard In Central Illinois, on the prairies, do rot bear a full crop oftener than oEceia five years, owing to the want of potass, he thinks. A correspondent of the Country Gentleman keeps cider by rarklcg off when fermented just right, and adding a pound of white sugar to each gallon. It is a good drink in baying and harvesting the year folloxvinj. A good lubricator for wooden axles is wade of six parts of clean tallow and two parts of fine, smooth plumbago. Another is made oi fire parts of tallow, five parts of soaistone, one part of plumbago, and nine parts rosin oil; the tallow and the oil are heated and mixed, after which the soapstone and plumbago, a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 19 January 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY JANUARY 10 1875 . 8 A. O .AJR, J ' JTrado Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers: "We respectfully ask your Immediate attention to the best selected stoc'.c of Dry lioods, Notions and Mil'inery ever orought toihi3 city. B v giving our individual attention x Jt uying in New York, we have secured a line of Silke, Black Goods Dress Goods. Dometics, V7oolens Flannels, Sha-wls, Table Linens, Blankets, Comforts, Notione and Llirtinery. at euch rates ani on such terms'aa enables us to offer the lowest prices known RincelSe. Our prices are alike to M, and Grangers as wel. es othera will find tt no other houas mores attractive goods or lower prices. Xj. S. AY"BB3 &c CO., TK AD K I A.I j (CK. Rock Baby at the Right Time ! There 1 nothing they don't know, and what i ..v H,,n't know tht-v divine. A tcau can not rreep lu a Utile late al night will r. a dUturbiitice end an expanaiMn. which coMe of their train li u. r-ven riyiuc. u is uo smartest of ...

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