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

s ) i 1 i' imlaiii lie III III III I I A I I I IiVEIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY MA11CH 2 1375. VOL. XXIY-NO. 29. WHOLE DUMBER 1,790 1 " ,1 i GENERAL TELEGRAMS. TIIE VICKSBURQ REPORT. -THE MINORITY BEPOBT ON THE VICK3BURO TROUBLE SOME ' REMARKS BOHKWHAT PARTISAN. Washington. Feb. 20. Representatives 'Speer, of Pa., and O'Brien, of Md., of the Mississippi special committee, have -united In a report concluding as fc lows from a review of tbe whole testimony: We briefly state onr conclusion: i. That in tbe citv, of Vicksburg and county of Warren the white citizens pay about W per cnt. of the taxes, which have . grown enormously oppressive, and tLat the Mftr-.t-. chitlv assess, collect and disbue theui. ist fir Tbat sum The debt ol the city which In was i3,uuu, is aa rs it can be ascertained. it has accummulated tnia bv reckless and improvident Is-'islition bv republican official, and is a grievcus burden imposed on a population of 11,000 psople, less thin halt ol whom are white people. 3. That a ...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. M AUCH 2 1875 FOUTT-TUIRD CONGRESS. SECOND SESSION. HOUSE. EXPORT OF THH LOUISIANA OOMMITTK-DE-riATOrTHE ORIGINAL REVENUE BILIAND PASSAGE OF A SUBSTITUTE THE BILL AS PASSED. Washington, Feb. 23. G. F. Hoar, ol Mass., chairman of the 8 pecial committee on Louisiana aöalxs, made a report, cicsmg wnu 0 tlona: Wherbab. Both branches of the legisla ture of Louisiana have requested the select committee of the Honso to investigate the ' wmm!Hnpfla attendinz the returns and election thereof In that stale ior tco yci Wkavola Th ( committee has unani mously reported that the returning board of that state, in canvassing nu cuuipinus aaid returns, and in the promulgation cf the result, wrongfully applied, an erroneous inle of law. by reason whereof per sons were awarded in the House of Ropre eentatives seats to which they were not en titled, and persons entitled to seats were do nrtverl of them. Resolved, That it is recommended to the TT of Representatives of...

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

r V THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY MARCH 21875 1 HOME AND FARM. DOMESTIC MATTERS. Barley ha been dear for some yeara now, and It Js. aafe to count on an immediate lower range of price. Oats are more profitable than barley unless the latter brings a good price. MoM in cellars may be destroyed by burning aulphur in them while they are tightly closed. Tbe cellar should, of course, b thoroughly ventilated afterward, before toeing entered by any one. Experiments recently made In England Indicate that wagons are most easily drawn on all kinds ot roads when the fore and hind wheels are ef the same sire, and when the pole lies lower than the axle. Breeding hows should be penned by themselves and fine cut traw furnished for beddine Tbey should be fed daily a few roots and potatoes. Corn alone Is too stimulating and tenda to produce a feverish, excitable condition. Seed grain for spring sowing should be secured and put in readuiets. It is important to have barley free irom cats, aa quite...

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

T r THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, MARCH 2 1875, TUESDAY. MARCH 2. The new revenue bill presented by Mr. Dawes bad a very narrow escape In the Uonse of KerreentatiYC3 en Tuesday. .After a discussion extending through several days, the act as originally prepared by tho committee on ways and means was BO overloaded with objectionable amendments hat tho father of the bill refasedto recognize bis own chilJ, and moved to ßtrlko out the -enac:inr clause and thus defeat the measure. The House refusing to assent to this proposition, ho secured the adoption of a substitute, which preserves the main features of the bill aa at first reported. It provides for a tax upon whisky of ninety cents per gallon, Instead of one dollar, increasing the present duty twenty cents Instead of thirty, while the increae of tax upon spirits already manufactured and in store is abandoned. The advance in tobacco ia fixed at four cents per pound, one dollar per thousand for cigars and twenty-five cents per tho...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY MARCH 2 1875 5 ; ; ; : STATENEWS. REFLEX OF THE INDIANA. PRESS. ' -' ' CE.AT COUNTY. W. W.' RIaher is about to sink a shaft near Brazil, and; erect works, the whole to cost 137.000. There re only three shafts la operation In the vicinity of Brazil. Root & Garlick's, B. F. Maaten' and Collins's. According to the agreement of the miner'a society, as per latest arrangement, any operator wbo wi.i pay 85 oenU per ton can do bo, and the caiei body of miners will not endeavor In any way to hinder the men lrom workinp. This la a concession, as the miners resolved at their meeting at Brazil, not to allow any cl their men to go to work unless all tbo miners go to work at the same price. The Brsxil Echo says: A movement h on loot looking to a complete revolution In the labor of this mining district, by which negro labor will be nubatituted for that of white men in the mines. It ia believed that if nejro labor ia adopted by all it will effectually...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, MARCH 2 1875. a 11 . - 1 - ' i lit . . .. I rrrti rrwiiaii. OTT) ETT I LAURA. BT JOHN O. 8AKC. O hateful death r my angry spirit cries. -Wbo Uiut eouldst lake my darlLoK from my rtorcudlng her rjeauty In aeptuchral night; 0 cruel I unto prayers, and team, and signs Inexorable." "Hash!" my soul rt-plle. "Be last, 0 itricken heart !-the mortliunre Whiih vo call 'death' la birth to higher life Rafe In the Father' mansion In the axle Bhe bt'fee thy coming, only gone before. A little while, that at thy parting rratb, Thon may'at endure a lighter pain of death. And e adller pws beyond this earthly thore, for, with thy Laura calling from on high. It can not sure, be very hard to die! LOVE SONG. BY A. M. WELLINQT0I. Dreaming of love and fame, sweetheart, 1 dreamed tbat a sunbeam shone For a wavering instant, and where It played A hundred flowers had grown. 1 fife sunshine fll" ting o soon away ur. - Kau h.Hat tri V( II m&: An i the flowers tha...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY MARCH 2 1875, T AFTER THE RAIN. BT T. B. ALDRICH. The rain hu ceased, and In ray room The sunshine pours an airy flood; And on the church's dizzy vane 'I he aneleut cro&s is taihed In blood. From cut the dripping ivy leaves. Antiquely carven, gray and high, dormer, faxing weniwarl, loots Upon the lil.o like an eye. Aid now It rllramers In the an, Asqaare of eo:d.adlak,a speck, And In Iba beliry Ii adove. With purple ripples on her neck. A 8U1T OF ARMOR. BT HKXRT ABBKT, f Prom the Galax r for March. When a majority becomes so vast that intellect disappears in the crowd, the date of its destruction commences. The Parisians, Bk II., Chap. III. A mit of ancient armor in a hall Htands like an unopposlng sentinel; I f-e lta past behind it. and recall The chivalry that vexed the Infidel, That waged fierce wars and wrought of woe lnI n hi mild name who la the Prince of Teace. This unworn armor has a silent speech ; To more than steel the steel ...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. MARCH 2, 1875 8 A. C A E D Trade Palace, Oct. T. To the Country Readers: We respeotfully ask your Immediate attention to the bestBelected atock of Dry Goods, Notions and Milünery ever brought to this city. j3y giving our individual attention to rmying in New York, we have secured a line of Silks, Black Goods Dress Goods, Dometios, 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 since 1S82. Our priecs are alike to all, and Grangers as well as others will find at no other houss mora attractive goods or lower prices. Xj. S. A-ITTLjES 5c CO., TKADK T?kTjA.CK. WANTED! 300,000 MORE SOLDIERS TO APPLY KOP. Bounties, Pensions and Back Fay I NEW BOUNTY LAWS. Almost every soldier or blJ heirs entitled to more bounty ander the new law equalizing bounties. No cisrgo ever made nor lee aked oalesft successful to collecting your ciaim. nenn . ... . .....

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

fie fir raj VOL, XXIV-NQ 29. SHULEirS SHAÜE, TOr- DIRECTORS SHARE IT. T-c-m TT-fT!? RTEP DOWN. ETC. JJiJX A m m mm m m - 1 X.'iE PRISON SOUTH. Gi'oss Mismanagement MALFEASANCE IN OFFICE. ! inn MAJOBTIT Or THE SUB-COMMITTEK )3f P,, RJUTH p.eport-ssaechino ksvov or the: testimony takex recommVD AT TIIEKE BG A CHAOE OF MAS AO EM EST. Ti e joint sob-committee appointed to take te-'icaoriy in tte matter ol grave charges-, aflectio the manacement or iuo ai;.xs vi the State Pris on South, h3 prepared the fo'livrics report: 3.5:.1Riw:t: The majority of the Joint eudCOT.imlttee appointed to investigate the affairs the condition TOdUately proceeuea to rAinm.. o uVa prl, which was found tobe ordinarily tv l but there is room fjr Improvement in tho SSS Ä and sanitary arrangements, muca .discipline ana saniiarj l TrIOtt? lilt Ii OCllif IUll 1IU 111 ctuu - l and yards than could be from n" xnav.in part at oa J'"" moriHlity w me J nnnn e The next fin U BUCUCnJlUr i 7 , I devoted to Tarn nauon oi l...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. MARCH 9 1875 PHI SON INVESTIGATION. 11EF0RT ON TIIE NORTHERN TRISON. HE condition or Tixis uuyivjs m DEPARTMENT BILLS OP PURCHASE AKD VOUCHERS -THE CHAP..'. CTTTl i T THB FOvD MIO VXD EDTHE PCXLSUM'T INFLICTED. In the Senate, on the 2d in at., Mr. Johnston, of Parke, by consent, offered a report of the special committee to investigate the officers of the Nort hern Prison. The report fully vindicates the management of the prison and exonerates It from all charges expressed or Implied of corruption, crcelty or incompetency. It U as follows: REPORT ON THE NORTHERN PRISOX. Mb. President: The special committee appointed to investigate the condition and affairs of the Northern Prison with the views of ascertaining whether there lias feeen any speculation frauds or mismanagement or cruel or inhuman treatment of prisoners in that institution, respectfully submit the following report: Owing to the lact that several charges have been made in the newspapers ...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY MARCH 9 1875 HOME AND FARM. DOMESTIC MATTERS. To eint fruit tree to bsar every yaar, rr jvert.theao." from ove -bearing any year, as unfruitfalne is th result ot exiaastion. Ryot prunlnj promotes frultfulneas by checklos Rrowth, and top pruning jnst whon venation coinaiencas has the uma Temperature of a room whsra home p'.au.s are kept should not be above 70, and n i above 03 i tha b9st. Ia ths niht-time hV ia high enoagu. Taa objct3 oi praninz are two-f jli. First, to produce a vigorous and symmetrical icnwth; and son!, fruittulnes?. Tha forimr is secured by winter pruning, aud the latter by summer pruning. A corrfspondant of the Country Gentlemad pre'era orchard grass to tim6tby. Tim othy dies oct in tha course of a few yearn while orchard grass sod, (if not pastured too tlo.se.) will not only never die out, but will continue to get better each year for many Tears. He ha ascertained by experiment that oichard grass will root out all other grasse...

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

G THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, MARCH 9 1875. TUESDAY. MARCH 9. Some time sine tue House passed a bill reducing the n timber and remunera tion ol prison directors, and Bent the same to iho Senate. Tho bill haying very myste riously disappeared from the flies of that body, the IIou?3 suspended the rules and passed a similar measure by an overwhelming majority. Inasmuch as the Senate has had occasion to appoint a conlmitteo on stolen bills, and also make the abstraction oi bills a felony, it is hoped that this partic ular bill -will be protected to its passage. l-J! L 1 Fighting the devil with fire is not generally a very successful sort of combat; therefore the legislature of Virginia is entering upon an unprofitable strnpgle in tho enactment cf a series of state laws to counteract the evils of the civil rigbU bill. The defect of that measure i3 that it Itnpcses new and unusual remedies in favor of certain classes In case wherein the law as already existing gsve good cause of a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 March 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY MARCH 0 1875 1 a establishment of city courts In places of fix thousand inhabitant, pa&wd. A Joint resolu tion, authorizing the j-overnor to appoint ajrentot state to collect the two per cent, claim I the slte from the genernl itoveruiuent, was Hfnatit tti'l. to discourage fccalpers, passed. A bill passed authorizing ruhroad con ductors to put on meir trains parties tempt to ensnare pas-engers In games of chance, and also for profanity or obscenity. SATURDAY. Seiaie-A great effort was made to reIre and jass Sleeth'a bill, restricting the fees of ...tot. n-m. tnr inmni certificates. It failed at last. A fruitless effort was made to get no the fee and salary and appropriation bills, utnf ihsHairaml llbht VU iDDt in nilOUB terlng over the appropriation and revenue bills ail ot which failed to pass the two houses The following bills were pasted: Providing that suiis may be brought on .'ou-s where the holder re-.MM-nnmnnir sno. rlntendency ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 March 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, MARCH 9 1875, 6 THE THRONE OF ATTILA. 0 wrinkled lion of St. Mark. hailing through tnlne thousand Isles Heme fanny summer yesterdays, Hy unknown boats through unknown bays, W hose Bad sweet beauty still beguiles My somber, silent, hears-like bark My bark of crossed and yellow sail And prow In steely coat of mail Below the Tyrol's peaks of snow And grass-grown causeways well below, I'ld touch Torcello. Once a-land, 1 took a sea-shell in my hand. And blew like any trumpeier. ' ?ly gondolier leaned oa his oar, Ixioked up amazed, but di'l not stir. Jiack from a farther Hland höre "rae roilingon in echoeclear Mine own wild note, but nothing more Was beard or cccn in all the land. Yet here stood Venice once, and here Attila came with sword and flame. And set his throne of hollowed stone In her high mart. And 11 remains. The crowded city, cruel kng. Has lmg since paa-ed; yet all alone There si is that massive, empty throne. 1 turned me down the grassy la...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 March 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY MAKCII 9 1875, r A DREAM. The early moonllaht. faint and peci.. KeUtu white int serosa her bed. And turne A to gems on lash andcheek The tears that ha t but now bwn shed , . ileep, coining with the shadows, brought Ä slow relief from grievous thought. It lulled the present sharp distress, The sense of loss too bard to bear. Trie haunting thought of loneliness. The Imminence ot untried care. Hho lost rememb-ance of the pain That dawn would sorely bring again. She lost the world ; bo tardily, Another consciousness was born. And then she dreamed that she was free, Wanderin bevond her life, for:or ; And soul and body still were wed. Although it seemed that sue was dead. Some mighty power, unseen and stronj. Had cat.t her in an ansrry sea. Äha strove to breast iw billows long; And, 9 she strolled wearily, .She saw a low black line of shore. With lighta upon It, Just before. nd. striving still more urgently, she almost reached the wished for land; Then a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 March 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. MARCH 0 1875 A. C AED Trad Palace, Oct. 7. To tha Country Readers: We respectfully ask your immediate attention to the bestselectad took of Dry Goods, notions and MWinory ever brought to ihi3 city. By giving our individual attention to buying in New York, we have secured a line of Silks. Black Goods Dress Goods. Dometics, Woolens. Flannels, Shawls, Table Linens, Blankets, Comforts, Notions and Millinery at such rates ana on such terms as enables us to rfrr the lowest nrices known si nee 1S8 2. Our prices are alike to el!, ana urangers as wen s uuierti will find at no other houss more attractive goods or lower prices. Xj. S. AYBE3 & CO., TKADE PAL.ACK. WANTED! 300,000 MORE SOLDIERS TO APPLY FOR Bounties, Pensions and Back Fay ! NEW BOUNTY LAWS, Alraest every soldier or hi heirs entitled to more bounty under the new law equalizing bounties, üb charge ever made nor lee asked unlesa successful in collecting your ciaun. cenu two siamos tor ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 March 1875

t i mr 11 it ri I ill Av ill 1 II, l m II , I II II it 3 II lUill r If -FOL. XXIYNO. 0. GENERAL TELEOUAMS. MURDER NEAR CRAWFORiSVlLLK. I Jk. IÖCSO MARRIED WOMAN FIRESIDE HEK UUSRAM SHOT AT IIKK SUSPECTED OK TUB CRIME. I By Telesrrur U to the Sentinel CK AW FORDS VI LLE, Ind., March 11. A yooag married woman, about 55 years old, -was killed early last night at a f irm house Jive miles from this placs. She was bot In the riiibt teuiploby a bailfrom a pUtol while sittlne by the firs, no one being In the house bat her hmband. Heallepj'i that tho hot -was fir;d from the oai:-ide, but the racko! the ball asd other c!rcumtancns -direct innea suspicion to him. An inquest waihell to-d.-.y, but the jury ha not yet Tturned its verdict. It is prohabto that the husband will be held over to await the action of tho crand Jury. DISR&rUTABLU SHOOTING AFFRAY. JL TOlSl MAN OFFHKI.BYVILI.B SHOT IY A WO If AX TUB WOUND PROBACY KOKT A I. V.y Telegraph to tho KentJneL Shelbyvillk. Ind., Marc '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 March 1875

TILTON'S TORMENTORS. THE IMPROPER PROPOSALS THEORY. AN ARMY OP FRESH WITNESSES Ttf K WINfcTED AFFAIR AfJAIN WHAT THEO DORK lOLD BELCHER THE LATTER FROZE TO IIU PASTOR WESI'J INVESTIGATION ANOl FT EH VNTÄCSTWOr.TIIY MEMORY A JOURNALIST'S TESTIMONY AN ALLEGORY. New York. March 9. The Brooklyn city court joom was comfortably filled this morning, when Judge Neilscn took his" teat to continue the scandal trial. Mr. Beecher and bis wife were absent, but Mrs. Tillon was present for the first time since the delease opened. Mr. Jeffreys, the sick juror, was early In his place. Mr. II 111, of tho defense, called Mr. Geo. W. Lincoln as witness. He testified: I live in Fulton, N. Y. In 1S39 I was the proprietor of the Baardsley House at Winsted, Coon., and remember Mr. Tilton's coining there on a lecturing tonr. Ho asked me for two rooms aöjolning one another, which were given him. I went to Tilton's room and rapped. I was turning away when the door cpened and I mw Tilton with his coat, hat and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 March 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TUESDAY MARCH 1G 1875 5 HOME AND FARM. DOMESTIC MATTE IIS. Eatter i9 composed of fat and a little albumen. When the temperature is raised the albumen acti as a ierrmnt, end decomposes the 1st converting it into an acid butyric. This li soluble ia wtt?r. No matter how rancid your batter, It may ba made perfectly sweet by washing. A genuine erasive eoap that will remove greaso aud stain3 from clothing is made aj tollows: Two pounds of good castile soap; Laif a pound of carbonate of potash, dissolved in fcalf a pint of hot water. Cut the soap in thin slices, boil the soap with the potash until it ia-thlck enough to mold in cakes; add alcohol, half an ounce; camphor, hall an ounce; hartshorn, half an ounce; color -with Laif an ounce of pulverized charcoal. As a rule, warm water and a Bolt cloth are all that ii required to fceep glass in good condition; but water bottles and wine decanters, in order to keep them bright, must b9 rinsed out with a little muriati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 March 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, MARCH 16 1875. -'J! TUESDAY. MAECH lö TLs oplmor.1 of somi ot the leading papwrcf Indiana on the contemptible charge of lie CiBcinnati Enquirer against the fc'mtintlana quoted el-ewhcrp. The courvi of thoKr-juIrer in ciurgirg ia it3 IueliauHpoIL serials that the democrats of tlvj Houm wo responsible for the failure of the regular kosmod is another prooi of tho fact ttit'M merely in league with the Journal U S?rsA lown the Indiana democracy. "IbwiMlQc appropriation bill, as finally atcprrtl upon by the conference committee, rtOt-'jer!pim of Patrick Shannon to the slteva-cty general, aid the swamp liud claims .- Lfio auditor of slate. Several cl i'.m-, tieft? ri'.eu, wore allowed. Julie a nnmber vS rxe-nbers voted for the bill, under protest, twlng the Itest they conld do, the laut hour Ct-r pa-sing bills Laving arrived v.-h?n it was jvtLcrou its postage. Probably tho in(St i52:v way of getting an unjust c!iai -rst?u?s a legislative body, ia to dtly...

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