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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 January 1875

VOL. XXIV-XO. 25 THE CASE AGAINST BEECH ER. CONTINUATION OF MOULTON TESTIMONY IHK DISPUTE WTIH BOWK-MRS. WOODHÜLL MOTJLTOS'a DISBCRSEME5TS THK VfVKT ADJOCRNED TILI. M05DAY. New York, Jan. 21. The Interest In the Tilton-Beecher suit continues unabated, and the usual large crowd this morning filled the court room. Mr. Tllton, with nis friends, were in their accustomed seats. The Rev. Henry Ward Beecher and wife came in shortly after the opening hour. The counsel lor the prosecution were on hand, but the t-ouusel lor the delense, with the exception of (Jen. Tracy, were late. Tilton and Fran, eis D. Moulton spent the time before the commencement of the proceedings in desultory conversation. When the counsel for th delense arrived, Moulton resumed the atahd, aud bis cross-examination was continued. J üde Neilson cautioned the audience to observe perfect quiet, a every moment now was precious. The witness deposed: I had not been furnished with Mrs. Woodhull's speech in Steinway Hall. I di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 January 1875

3 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY JANUARY 20. 1875, V. ( W V I THE STRANGLED STATE. THE LOUISIANA INFAMY. Opinion of Foster, Phelps and Potter. A COMPLETE REFUTATION OF THE RESIDENT'S MESSAGE. THR XXI. REPORT OF THE CONGRESSIONAL 8CB COMMITTEE OS LOUISIANA AFFAIRS TESTIMONY TO THE CUT RAGES PERPETRATED BT IMOO'8 K ETC RSI NO BOARD OME FALSEHOODS OF KELLOGG, PACKARD A CO., ARB REFUTED A PARTICULAR RECITAL OF THE MILITARY INTERFERENCE. The New York papers of the 16th inst. contain the full report of the special committee on that portion of the, president's message relative to the condition of the South. It was reported by the chairman, the Hon. G?orge F. Iloar: In pursuance of the order of the fall commutes ot December 22) a special committee of three visited New Orleans and proceeded with an investigation, the result o! which they report V the general committee as follows: In pursuance of the order ot the general mmitteo of December 22, tho undersized visited New Orleans and then ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 January 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY JANUARY 2G 1875 - ' . ö II HOME AND FARM. To Kestork aCrapk Veil. lake an old piece Of crape and dip It into a cup ! vinegar, and sponge the vail off with it, then pin tbe eil down nicely to a pillow and let it dry. Tbe tail whl look like new, and this can bo dona whenever it growa ruaty. A correspondent of tbe department of agriculture, in Stearns county, Minn., reports that while wheat generally averages about fourteen bushels per acre the pa9t season, his own averages twenty, and he la satisfied that tbe difference in his ft. vor is mainly winn to a prevention ot injury from drouth by thoroughly rolling the land. Croup can be cured in one minute, and the remedy is simply alum and sugar. The way to accomplish the deed ia to take a knife or grate ancUhave off in small particles about iteaspootfjlof alum; then mix it with twic its quantity of sugar to make it palatable and administer it as quickly as possible. Almost instantaneous relief will foll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 January 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TrESDAY, JANUARY 2G 1875. TUESDAY, JANUARY 26. y ' Henry I Dawes, of Plttsfleli, was chosen to the Cnlted States 8en.tu yesterday, from Massachusetts. Mr, Dawe. has long taken an fccnorable pat in public life, and ts now the chairman'! the ways and means comlaittee in '.he House of Representatives, and' ex etffoo leader of tbe republican. party in that branch -of the Mtiooal legislature. Although he was '.roafftt under a slight -cloud at tbe time of. the Oredlt Mobiller Investigation, he esjiedtke censure that was so lavishly beat owdnpen the majority the congressmen tavcrved in that scandal. And ust on tbA ere of his election to the Senate came tlae tcgry'ramor from Washington that he was one of the guilty parries in tbe Pacific jKsil business. Tbe Massachusetts legislaTcre anewered that charge by granting: Aim the highest proof of its oonfMsuce and esteem. The Sentinel would like to tfelnk well of htm, and yet he has lone-roine pretty queer things. For i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 January 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY JANUARY 20 1875 , . -av r. ROMANCE AND DIVORCE. THE PROCCRINO or A DIVORCE FROM A INVALID WIFE A CKLeJtXATEI SCHOLAR IS THB PETITIONkR A strange marriage. The Loulavllle Commercial gives the following 9 an authentic history: There was a time when Indian was notorious as the Ute where divorce wm made easy to the dissatisfied husband or wife. Residents of every state In the Union have enjoyed the peculiar privilege which the lax Uwi of Indiana for many year af forded- Happily these laws have since been wisely modified, and a legal separation of man and wife can be obtained quite as anily in nuoy otber täte. Now Floyd and Clark counties are a sort of Gretna Green lor impetuous Kentucky lovers, and the hearts of parsons, majiljtrates and landlords are made happy with the frequent demands made upon them by the eloping swain of a e'ster state. The senatorial contest in Wisconsin, between Matr. Carpenter and Dr. O. W. Wigt. has brought into recollection ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 January 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, JANUARY 2G 1875, TUE EMIGRANT LA83IE. BT JOHN STUART BLACK.IK, From oodj Words. Ih following lines contain the simple unadorned sratement of a fact in tbo experience of a friend, who is fond of wandering in the Highland glena. As Icame indering down Ulen Spean. where the braces are green and graasyt With my light step 1 overtook A wear y-iootod lassie. ! . fche had one bändle on her back, ' Another in her hand. And she walked aa one who was full loath. To travel from the land. Quoth 1: "Mybonnielass!' for she ' Had hair of flowing gold. And dara brown eye, and dalntly limbs, .Right pleasant to behold Mybonnlelass, what alleth thee, Ou this bright summer day; To travel sad and shoeless thus " ' ' Upon the stony way? '. "I'm fresh and strong, and stoudly fchod. And thou art burdened so; March llgntly new, and let me bear ' The bandies as we go." "No, no!" she said, "that may not be.' What's mine la mine to bear; Of good or ill. as Uod may will, I la...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 January 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. JANUARY, 2(. 1875. THE TWO TRAVELERS. WILLIAM CÜUE BEYAST. February Atlantic - T waa evening, and before my eve There lay a landscape gray and dim : Fields fntntly seen and twilight skiea And cloud thai hid the hoiizou's brim. , I iaw-or was It that I dreamed? . A waking dream? I can not nay; , yorevery shape as real Memel A those that meet my eye to-day. Through leaflet shrubs the cold wind hissed ; The air was thick with foiling snow ; And onward, through the frozen mist, i saw a weary traveler go. Driven o'er that landscape baie and bleak, Belbreth whiruuKRUBtaof air. The no-nakea imot hl withered cheek, And gathered on bia silver hair. Yet on t1 e fared through blinding snows. And murmuring to himself he said: The night is near, the darkness grows. And bJguer rise the drifw I tread. "Deep, deep each Autumn flower they hide; Each tuf i of preen they whelm from sight; And they who journeyed by my side Are loct in the surrounding night. "I loved ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 26 January 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY JANUARY 26. 1875, 8 A. G AJRT) Trad Palace, Oct. 7. ' To the Country Readers: CTa rAsneotfullv ask vour Imme ifAtA Attain tlon to the boot seleot&d took of Dry Goods, notions and Millinery ever orougnv vomia city. By giving our Individual attention to buying in new x one, wo nav secured a line of Silke. Black finriAa Dress Goods. Dometics Woolens Flannels, Shawls, Table Linens. Blankets. Comforts. No tions and Millinery, at such rates and on such terms as enaDies us tn offer the lowest nrices known ainoe 1862. Our prieos are alike to all, and Grangers as wen aa ouxera will find at no other house more attractive goods or lower prices. Xj S. ATRE3 & CO TRADE PALACE. SPECIE RESUMPTION The Executive Council of the National Board -of Trade has resolved upon the plan of specie resumption thusly: That the Secretary of the Treasury shall borrow the sum ot two hundred millions of dol' an In gold at a rate of Interest not excedlnz 4 p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 February 1875

no IMIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1375. TOL. XXIV KO. 25. WHOLE OTBQ3ER .1 THE OLD STORY. ' THE SCANDAL SUIT. ttoodruft's tbstijiont admitted tilton OALLEBTO TIK STAN D AKGUM ENT OVER HIS RIGHT TO TESTIFY. New York, Jan. 27. There was ti usual crowd at tLe Tilton-Boecher trial to-day. The counsel and principals were on hand early. Judge Neilson, upon opening of court, -gave his decision upon the poiDt raided yesterday by Evsrts, as to Kr. WocÄrufTs giving a relation of what occurredt the lnterview"ttween3en. Tracy, Moulton and himself, when Bieber was not preset Judge Neilson said tbat he had-examined tbeuutborlMes on tbeaabject, and raled that the wrtnesa might relate all that-eccurred at the interview. The attention of the coKrt 'was celled to a pampbJet tesued fron: th Trtbano office, entitled part one of tho oCSoial report of the Tilton-Deecher trial. Judge Follerton stated tha: instead of bavlr evidence onlvon the trial there wwa comments relating to Moulton and the counsel. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 February 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, FEBliUARY 2 1875, 2 TEMPERANCE LEGISLATION. MEMORIALIZING THE ASSEMBLY. ADDRESS OF MRS. GOV. WALLACE BEFORE IHJJ SENATE AND HOUSE 12 JOINT CONVENTION. On Thursday afternoon, Jan. 21, the Senate and House of Representatives assembled la Joint session to listen to the memorial of the Ladies' Temperance Union, of this stats. The report below 1 taken from the Dally fctentlnel of Jan. 22.1 The chair announced the programme that had been placed In his bands. First MKS. DR. HERVEY APPEALED to the throne of grace that the Divine ear should be opened to the prayers of believing children Lord, impress upon every heart a desire to do Thy bidding. May the great crime of Intemperance be crushed out. Oh, Lord, hew- Ions. May this dav be the dawning of the brightest day In our life. Htrengthen tho sisters as they speak, that they may speak to ley Divine hOLOr and supplication the chair introduced MRS. GOV. WALLACE, who said: Mr. President and Members of the Sena...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 February 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL" TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 2 1875 i HOME AND FARM. Ifcareii taken In oldins black hos, they can be dressed as whit as any whit h0. It Is a well known principle that all black substances absorb beat. Hence in dressing black bogs the water should not be ao hot as in scalding white ones. If this simple rule be observed, tbere will be no difficulty In dressing black bogs. It not unfrequently happens that, with an open season, sod plowing may be commenced late in the fall and be continued by spells through the entire winter In this latUuda. Besides advancing spring work cd enabling the farmer to thus accomplish more In the year, winter plowing ia la itaeli a benefit, when the ground is in good condition. Don't leave: your wagons, mowing machines, etc, in the weather. It 'iota the wood and rnsts the metal. A shed built with rough posts and covered with straw will save many a dollar as a covering for such things. Paint the wood worL of wagons, hay frames, etc, and see th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 February 1875

THE INDIANA- STATE SENTINEL " TUESDAY FEBRUARY 2. 1875, 0 TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 2. Ulrs us a rast, say the pajple, from extra J ordinary and exceptional taxation. This is what tbey mean. The current expenses o täte, oonm'y and township affairs honetly and prudently administered, tbey do not com plain of. Bnt for a few years past there has been euch a rage to vote taxes in aid o , railroads, to assess taxes under tbs statute for gravel road-, and to pay 'city bo ii use for this and that enterprise to bonefit the publica little and private ring a great deal, that patience la getting a little fblo, A truce Is asked for a few years, at leapt, until aome irnlt of the good works already done can be reaped, and the Investment Justified by fulfillment of p'romtees. There is quite a difference in the coat of living between paying for the ordinary reuirerxenta of life and buying luxuries. A goo3 farm wagon one must bave, a carriage ia very nice, but the latter may be deferred with less inconvenie...

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

Btmber of convicts committed bad fallen to I to 250, more than twenty-tire per cent, leas, j and toe number of counties without saloons bad run op to 23.- two and a halt tirues as many as io 1872, under the license law.' But this la not ail, drunkenness haJ very largely decreased. According to reporU,mad8 oj .ruioiui ana reuauie persons reaming id the resDective ouuties reported, it appears ! that op to January, 1S74. in 11 months, out of 43 counties heard from,tnly one reported It doubtful as to the decrease in drunken-oh-s, while the rest reported a decrease as follows: One, 100 per cent.; one, 80; two, 75; one, 06; fourteen, 60; eight, 35, and the balance range irom 1 to 28 per cent., and "sMzht" to "considerable." Tims it will be ween by these statistics, that from 1860 to 1870, under a judicious, well-regulated license law, the manufacture , of intoxicant increased twelve times huter than the population ; and, as a legitimate result, insanity and idiocy Increased double the rat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 February 1875

6 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY FEBKUAHY 2. 1875, LADY WENTWORTH. BT 1CORA PERKY. Graphic for February. "She shall marry me yet," he smiling said 1 Smiling, and under his breath bat red As dame his dark: cheek glowed, and bale-fire burned In his passionate eyes, as he swiftly turned Oat of the sunshine Into the shade Ont of the snnshlne sbe had made f Bnt a moment before thin girl with a race Whwe very frown bad a winsome grace, a They osed to swear, in that old, old time. When her beanty wan la Its wonderful prime, When her laughing eves of golden brown Were tne toast and rage of. Portsmouth town, " f Hampshire's Portsmouth, there by the sea, Where the Wentworth ruled ana held In fee Jlalf the country si Je of roe It and shore. For a hundred and fifty years or more. "She shall marry me yet!" Twas the Went worth blood That rose np then In that turbulent flood The Went worth purpose that under his breath Would hold to Its passionate will till death. i "She shall" marry me yet." ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 February 1875

-THE-INDIANA-ST ATE SENTINEL, T UESDÄY FEBRUARY 2 1875 MONTE CASSINO. BY IIE5BY W. INGFELIXW. From the Atlantic for February . Jautlfal alley, thioushlwbose verdant meads Unheard the liarlliano glide along, The Ltrls, nurse of ruahea and of reeds, 1 he river taciturn of classic song! Tlie Landof lAbor.andthe iAnd of BeW Where medieval towns are whit The bill-side, and where every mountain cresi Is an Etrurian or a Roman wall I There Is Ala?na, where Pope lff? , throna . Was dragged with con tu mely ftomhU throne , Hciarra Cofonna, was that day 's d race The Pontiff's ooJ j, or in part thine own? Thpr is Cecrano, where a renegade TwShPAMÜw, as great Dante . When Manfred, by bis men-at-arms betrayed, .Spurred on to Ueaevento and to death. There Is Aquinum, the old Votalan town Where J a venal was born, whose lurid light Mtlll hovers o'er his birthplace like his crown Of splendor over cities seen at night. Doable the plndor is. that in Its streets The Angelic Doctor as a school boy pla...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 February 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2 1875. A. OA. R D Trftdo Palace, Oct. 7. To tfee Country Readers : W respectfully aek: your immediate attention to the beat selected .-took of Dry Öood, Notions and Millinery ever brought to this city. By clvinaour individual attention to uyingtn New York, we have tcured a line tjf Silks, Black Goods Dress Goods. DoYnetios, Woolens. Flannels, Shawls, Table Linens. Blankets, Comforts, Notions and Millinery at sucti rates and on such terms as enables us to otter the owest prices known Since 1862. Our prieos arc alike to slL and Grangers as wel as others will find at no other house moro-at tractive goods or lower pricEfi. L: S. JC3T"RS33 &. CO., TRADE PALACE. , SPECIE RESUMPTION T?e ExcuCve Couaoll of tie Nation! Hoard of Trodetianvtolve a?on the plan of specie reimpiioo tfeusly:'Tfeat the .Sw-reurv of the Treasury sb.U borrow the aoni ot two hundred millions of dal ars in gold at a rate of Interest not exceeding iX percent., re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 February 1875

liiiiiii iw itfiii it iff i ri ; , IXIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY FEBRUARY 1), 1375, VOL. XXIV-KQ 20. WHOLE KTJMBEli ill J GENERAL TELEGRAMS. THE BEDFORD MURDERERS. HKtR ARRKTT I1KRCÄ RESIST A NCK OF B AC HT KL TH B EXAMINATION COMMITTAL OF THF FRISONERS NO . DANGER FROM JUTXB LYNCH PCBUO SENTIMENT. By Telegraph to tha Sentinel. Bedford, Ind., Feb. 4.-George Bachtel and Arthur Bisset, the murderers of George n ramflT7 were arrested at Ol ney, 111., on the , . j L.i 1 : of Olnev and a Cincinnati drummer came - vrr nrar lnsimr their lives. Bachtel, wno is a dewperato character, ahot four time3 at -,arhl and twioe at the drummer before ho would surrender. Bissot surrendered without showing fight. They were securely bound and brought to Mitchell last J ni-ht bv the deputy sheriff with a posse of men brought here. They .were received at the depot by about four hundred men, bovs. women, etc., all anxious to seethe Wnndv dflmoBg. but I am clad to say that thora wan no . disposition what ever manifes...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 February 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 9 1875. THE BROOKLYN LAOCOON. TILTON ON THE STAND. JVDfiE KKIUOS'8 DBCI-ION HB PERMITS TILTON TO TESTIFY THE PLAINTIFF BEOIN3 OrVISO EVIDENCE COMPOSURE AMOMJ THE 1NTERE3TEDPARTIR3 THE OLD BTOET RETAILED AT LENOIII. . New York, Feb. l.-The Brooklyn City Court room was again crowded to-day at the beginning of another week of the great scandal trial. Mrs. Tilton, Mrs. Field, Mrs. Sbearman.and two other ladies, Mr. Beecher, with his wife and sons, occupied their ac customed places. After thb court had been called to order Judge Neilson cave hia opin ion as to the right to testify oi Tilton, in the following words: "In determining the mention raised bv this obiection, the court holde, first, that the plaintiff ia comrwtent to be sworn, and to testify In hia own behalf; second, that as to the principal question at issue, he is not romneteDt to testify as to any confidential communication. It is considered that this qualified direction respects ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 February 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 0 5 18751 report. I told them I would stand by any report which did not injure Elizabeth. He told me I might make a report which would not injure Beecher In bis standing in the pulpit. Id accordance with tbl I prepared two reports, a shrt one and a lorn; rir. I E resented both to Monltoo, and said I would 9 pleased with either. Mrs. Tilton was beat pleaded with the long one. Mr. Ful1 er ton said he would like to put in -evidence at later period rocne correspondence: between Mr. and Mrs. Tllton In 1370, and il this was agreed to bis direct examination of the witness was now concluded. Evarta objected to this being put in ; At a later stage, and said that it should be introd need now. Mr. Beach said that they did not wish to introduce all the correspondence ' . but desired an opportunity to search for the . papers required. Fullerton promised to have the correspondence ready by to-mor-' row morning. Evarts said be did not propose to examine...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 February 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 01875, TUESDAY. FEBRUARYS. Thetivrl rights bill has passed the House t Representatives by a rote of 153 to 8. 'It is what la known as the Homo bill, and is math . Uiodtfied irom ' the form In wblct the meoeare -wcs originally presented, flir. thanks,' of this state, the gentleman, who has- few lneonvenient letters before the public, waiting lor an explanation, had the preamble to the democratic platform ot made a part -of the bill. Jls is "a matter cf daabt whether the Senate will consent to wallow tho milk and -watery dilution presented to that body for approval by the .Bouse. Battel labored hard in bis speech in favor of - the tili tot prove that the Southern people were a mere lot of unrestrained ! beasts. Considering the -nature of some of fcte arguments, one-Is Inclined to excuse -the apparent ungalln- try of Judge . NrbUck In objecting to allowing ladies on the floor of the Itoese daring tbo debate. and imprison editors or cast any ...

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