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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 March 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY MARCH 30 1875, STATE NEWS. KUFLES OF TUE INDIANA PRESS. ALLEN COUNTY. A young "V Earned John Galley, while luntln- near Hall Rapids, Wednesday afternoon, beider tally t-hol himself with Lis j;ua iud Ced instantly. i:autholomf.w county. TIv Columbus and liarn.'ville tnrrpike VM (ld atPherhTs Pale on Saturday. Its creditors ti l it in at ?2,SU0. Articles of association of the "Clay Township Horse Thief Detective Company," oi ly township, was filed In the recorder's oH.ce on Tuesday last. The Bartholomew Democrat eays that a bahool Louis Ka-tfuaan.of Calurabu3, aged gix months, cholod' to death on last Friday. Vo examination to learn tue cause oi death was made, but it is aupDOsM that whatever tha chile had placed in its r.nu'h had betii inhilcd and had lodged in the windpipe. cass coorr. , The rharc3 says: Tho contract for Iho new brMte across F.-1 rlrer, west of Skel ton's ford,Jvrill be let at the Jun letui of tue vom-nii-viionen' court. Tho Idrons...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 March 1875

V THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TTTESD AY. MARCH 1G 1875 G THE KINU OF THE CANNIBAL ISLANDS.! Tone, "Malbronk.'l BT J. VT. PK FOREST. From Bcribner for March. The king of 1be Cannibal Islands ieclded to conquer some dry hinds tShe marcneduver valleys and highlands with 1 wonty-four cannibal braves. With two do-sea men eating knaves. All hnnerv as so many grav'H. biKS llironjli eiWandi and styland, Defiant of weather and waves. He came to Atlantis the Holy, Whose p?ople were lainb-like and lowiy, Tho-i-h -rowing a touch roly-poly And'iaasnUl in tasting and prayers; l-hey lasted wblte Kleepin X. like bears, And praied in their vanity fair, Ard walked in the narrow wav slowly, tfuch cumbered with Ifclzcbub' wares. Then followed a wonderful battle; liood lack! how the weapons did rattle! ThTwonum, the children, the cattle Toole ran in the desperate strife; TliW curled the war to the knife; With Klauzhter AtlantU was rile; Abo-it It the muses will prattUs While Providence granu-tb. them Hie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 March 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY MARCH 1G 1875, THE GREAT AMERICAN BONANZA. 1'ARAN, McLEAN AND HIE YOUNG ROOSTER. CAt SB CK THE CBOWISO OF THE CIXCISNATI EXjCIREK SOMK fcKETCIIKS TERSO-NAL AND IMFEFJSONAL. Le Grand IIotkl, Cincinnati, March 10, 1875. "Mr. Gilniour," I ejaculated to the handsome proprietor pere of this handsome hotel, "I want to know what you think of our Queen City of the West by this time?" 'Very well," he responded, "if you hadn't quite so much soot in the air and soot In our newspapers. In all my experience of many years in Baltimore, I never paw so much dirt-throwing In the press es I have ho far seen here. Your papers are lively, but one or two certainly care very little for the ilcrcnciea of good society ." " To what journal or journals GO you refer?" I meekly inquired. "Woii, old boy, you don't want me to ppecify. The readers can sea for themselves " Gilaiour is a jolly gentleman who knows the proprieties of lite as well a any man does, and La is discrimina...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 March 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. MARCH 16 1875 8 A, Ö AB D Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers: We respectfully ask your Immediate attention to the best selected Btook oTDry Goods, notions and Millinery ever orought ioihi3 city. By giving our individual attention to buying in New York, ve have secured a lino of Silka, Black Goods Dress Goods. Dometlcs, Woolens. Flannels, Shawl3, Table Linens, BIanfcet3, Comforts, notions and Mi liinory at such ratss and on such terms as enaoles us to offer tho lowest prices known since 1S32. Our priec3 nre nllke to all, and Orang ers as well as others will find at no other house more attractive goods or lower prices. U. S. AY"EoE3 & CO., .WANTED! 300,000 MORE SOLDIERS TO AF PLY FOR Bounties, Pensions and Back Pay ! TS'IW BOUNTY LAVS, Almost every soldier or tils heirs entitled to more bonnty under the new law equalizing bounties. JSo charts ever made nor u a." ted unlesM successful in "collecting your claim, reud two stampK f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 March 1875

frtfKft TT in 1 I; V VOL. XXIY-KQ 31. iT.EAKS OF THE FLOOD. A DESTROYING- DELUGE. "Wave oa Wave, Wild and Wierd. AN AWFUL SCENE. CKTAXTlAli 6TRCCTURES OS LAUD AND OX WATER SWfcPT AWAY AN OV BR WHELMING OVKRFLOW CF JCB AND WATER THK CAUSE AND CRISIS OP THE AVALANCHE AND TUE RUIN WROUGHT. TL Sentinel baa detailed from day to day the progress of the flocd of water and ico that has been sweeping ever tbe fruitful valleys of the Delaware and the Sasquebanna. Cut no adequate idea of the terror and grandear of the tcene could be gleaned from tbe telegr?pi:c report. Tbe New York nulls delayed until yesterday afternoon, give rraphie accounts of the scene and situ it ion. From the mass of material at hand tho Sentinel summarize the following: AT PORT JERVIS. The ice formed as follows: Oa Saturday afternoon, February 20tb, twenty mile? cf Ice between this village and Lackawaxen, suddenly broke up ni cime ruhirs down the river, tearing ud trees along shore and grindias into tue Lank. Tbe suspen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 March 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY. MARCH 23 1875 2' NEW LAWS. .APPROVED BY THE EXECUTIVE. A DIGE3T OF Til EM IN DETAIL. THE FOLLOWING ARK AMOJfO THE MOST IMPORTANT BILLS PASSED AT THE LAST 8 ES" BIO. AS CAREFULLY SUMMARIZED : SENATE BILLS ABousnixa criminal corr.T. 25. Abolishes the Criminal Court of Tippecanoe county, and establishes instead a Superior Court, transferring the criminal business to the Circuit Court. 2S2. Limits the power of township trustees to Incur- indebtedness in their official capacity, without authority of county commissioners.aud requiring trustees to fix dates for the transaction oi public business. 301. Authorizes the sale of school lands, requiring the pavuoent of one-fourth in advance, the balance in tea years, with interest thereon. 4S. Provides for the election by councils or boards, at their first regular meeting in June, of the school trustees to serve one, two and three years, each term of service to "be determined by lot. 171. Amends the act of 1S7...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 March 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY MARCH 23 1875, ) HIGHER THAN A KITE. POWER OP POWDER. THE CLEVELAND EXPLOSION. AUSTIN POWDER MILLS KLBVATKD FIFTY TOKS OF POWDER IN OSB CHARQ K THREE MEN KILLED AND EVER SO MANY SCARED TO DEATH. 4 The Cleveland Leader gives fall particulars of the terrific awakening of that town by the powder disaster: The city on yesterday passed through an experience the like of which she has never "before known, and which for a faw moments filled the minds of all with consternation and dread. It was the instantaneous and utter destruction of the Austin powder works, which were blown to pieces without a moment's warning, and in which three men In the twinkling of an eve were hurled to a terrible and violent death. At exactly 1 o'clock in tbe afternoon a sudden and heavy shock was heard, and hardly hai it ceasei before it was followed by threo or lour others, which came so near together that they might almost have been counted as one. The first thouebt cl some peo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 March 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. MARCH 25 1875 THURSDAY. MARCH 25. Holle lo Subscribe. Henceforth the State Sentinel will b issned on Thursday Instead ol on Tuesday. This change Im made for the convenience of the publishers, and, It may be added, to the advantage- of our readers, as they will tbu be enabled to receive at the close of the week all important neirf, local, politlcat i ..nnt.i tm t- tha verv hour of AUIA ui-a" t " publication. A" sr eoial dispatch to the Sentinel from Greenfield announces the death of James Comstock, one of the most promirrent farm- ' era of the state, a leading member in the State and National Grange, and one oi the originators of the independent party move ment in Indiana. Mr. Comstock wa3 a man f fine, robust frame, and exuberant iialth and strength, and the news of Lla death will come unexpectedly to his many friends. lie was a perfect tjr of the best clas of American firmers, kicl, generous and considerate. His own manly power aod successful ca...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 March 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY MARCH 25 1875 NEW LAWS Csntlnanl From Second Pagf. TUE LAriT LOT. THRFOtLOWIKO ARBIHK REMAIXISO tAWä APPBOVEDBT THR GOVERNOR AND 8YSOPH3ED BT THESENTIN'IL. IIOUSC RILLS. A9SESI50 MASCFACTUBES. 321. Instructs township assessors and st:v!e and county boards of equalization, not to assess incorporated manufacturing and mining companies organized under the laws of the state, at ar.y greater value than if they were the property of private individuals bow in force. " 89. Provides for the organization of boards of trade in the various cities of the state under general rulw and regulations. 23J. Is an act to ascertain the boundary line between Indiana and Kentucky, above Evansville, with a view of eradicates a nest of thievea on Green River Island. Heretofore jurisdiction over that territory has tnen In doubt and it has harbored the thieves of n 1'rnviilM far the incorporation of bridjze companies and contemplates bridging the Ohio at Evansville. 238. Fi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 March 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY, MARCH 23 1875. TUEFOLLOWKR, K. n. STOPOAKD. Oaper'a Magazine for AprtI.I We have a youngster in the houhc, A litle man ol ten, "Who dearest to his mother U f all (iod's little men. In-doorsandout be clings to ber; He follows up and dowt : II tea'a his slender band In here; He plucks her by the rowu. "Why do yoa cliDg to meo child T You track me everywhere; You never let rne alone." And he with serloua air Answered, as closer still he drew, m 'My feet were made to lollow yoa. Two years before the boy was born Auoiherciiild.of seven. Whom Heaven had lent to as a wbllo, Went l.ick again to Heaven, lie came to flil hi brother's place, And b!e our failing years; Tii s"od Jod sent him down in love To dry our unless tears. I tlunk k, mother, for I hear la what the child has aid A meaains tbat he knows cot of, A me.v;4e from the deal. H answered w ht thitu he kew. .My Tee; wero made to follow you. Come here, ray child, and fit wilh ra. Your head upon my b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 March 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, TUESDAY MAIICII 23 1875 BATHING AT CONEY ISLAND. TUE MORBID MAELSTROM. TESTIMONY FOR E EFEXSE MOtXTON's PACK OF LIES A JOURNALIST ON THE STAISD. New York, March 16. At the TiltonBeecher trial this morning, ex-Judge Fullerton, cf the counsel for the plaintiff, was present and expressed himself as fully recovered from bis recent indisposition. Mr. Shearman, of the counsel for the defendant, entered accompanied by Bessie Turner and another woman. Mr. Beecher and wife occupied their usual places. Mrs. Tilton was absent. Mr. Shearman called as first witness, Reuben V. Ropes, lie testified: I reside in IS Remseu street, Brooklyn; am importer. 1 bad an interview with Mr. Moulton inlS73, and asked him if there was anv truth in Woodbull 8 story or bis going to Beecher with a pistol, and demanding certain papers. He replied, it is a d d infernal lie. I then asked him if there was any truth in the Woodhull stories, and be sa d they are a pack oMofernal lies. Mr. Rop...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 March 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. MARCH 25 1875, 8 A. O A B D Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To tho Country Readers: XTTa rnornttnllv rtflk VOUI" ImmO JtlotaoflentlnTi to thft bostBCleCtfeU stock or Dry Goods, Notions and Millinery ever brought to this city. By giving our individual attention to tiuying in imo w xorh,wa " ertiir.rt Una of Silke. Black floods Dreös Goods. Dometlcs, Woolens. Flannels, Shawls. Tabl t irmnc Tinnitftts. Comforts. Nc tlonaaccl LlilUnory at ouch ratos aui on such terms as enawes t -.frT. thn iotpsi Trice3 know cincalSörf. Our priocs are nllko to . . - . n w n 1 na A!na Gil, arm urungera j w other hous mora aitrastiv goods or lower priocs. 'X iCAD 1 3? Ali A.C1C. ATTI'.NTIOX. N-w retina and xir.ty I .-. Claim due almost tvtrjr s-jl.lir or Lis heirs. Have your rights caxined in.l-.-r t'nc Lue l.tws. No fee or li-tre tir.ltv, Miccrssful. 'ilic r-cvr lair in-cl-i i'-i tiiousat-.ds who are petting no prnsjtn. or aie entitled to bounty. lijuntk-s coX-ctcJ. r.c-w tlisi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 April 1875

rV vi II KA ; INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY APRIL 1 1375. VOL. XXIV-KQ 32. WHOLE NUMBER 1,793 THE TRIPARTITE COVENANT. IT IS BEING INVESTIGATED. OTHER SIDE SHOWS IN ORDER. CHRISTMAS IS COMING) QUITE AS RAPIDLY AS THE CONCLUSION OF THE STATION AI SCANDAL CASE. New York, March 29.-Tbe crowd around the Brooklyn city court room to-day la m indication that the Interest In the great scandal trial is on the Increase. Mr Beecher, his ife, and youngest son, and Dr. Edward Eoecber.were present and seated in front ol the Plymouth Church delegation. Mrs. Tilton and tbe women who usually accompany her were absent, but their places were occupied by other women. David Dovn, a produce merchant, was the first witness called, and in answer to quest ions put by Mr. Evarts testified: Mi Bessie Turner lived in mv family. Sho came in the aprinz and left in'the summer, bui I do not recollect the year, nor have I any memorandum of dates. My family with others w?nt on a trip to Omaha tbat spring. We left on tbo 31...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. APRIL 1 1875, o "TU DIE-TO SLEEP." BY tCCY H. HOOPER. From Appleton's Journal. How could we bear the anguish and the strifa Taa. vex oar souls forever 'ueath the aay. Or bow endure the carklng cares of life, DU we not know that one day we should diet- - . That Bosie biet day we shall And perfect rest 'ar from earths torments and its madd'ning riot: . "W!h. td'e hands upon a pulseles nream, Wc thall 11 lapped in endless peace quiet?: and Then grief shall come no more, nor care nor To ca.us forth to suffer or to dare; -wr mrwvinvf dreams shall Drsai our rest Tellies ua of Joy to rouse as to despair. 2fo fear of coming loss shall smite us sore, tiinr n r.iir dear forms la wild dlsma v The dead alone need never fear Death moreOnly from them he stealeth naught away. There is one door through which Grief cannot a . i mi-let rrflVi admittance there In There is no space within that narrow home hot the grim forms of misery or Fain. Bleep d welle th there,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 April 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY APRIL 1 1875 HOME AND FARM NOTES. I am satisfied that early rising, industry, and regular habits, are the best medicine ver prescribed for health. ... , Success in making a good article of maple agar Is Impossible without scrupulous cleanliness in every department. Alwave feed your hands as well as you do younelt, for the laboring men are the bone and sinew of the land, and outfit to be well treated. Take your time and make calculations. Don't do things in a hurry, but do them at the right time, and keep your m'nd as well as vour body employed. Adam Grimm, of Jefferson, Wis., is one of the largest honey-raisers in the world. His crop laf t year was 25.919 pounds, and his apiary consists of 1,153 colonies. Make your racks, fix your fence or gats that is off its hinges, or weatherboard your barn where the wind has blown the siaings eff, or patch the roof of your house. Farmers can not be too particular to protect early young lambs from storms, and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 April 1875

THE.JNDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. APRIL 1 -1875- THURSDAY. AFKIL 1. The attention of the readers of the Sentinel la called to the letter of Governor Hendricks, printed elsewhere. The letter Is In answer to a request from a member of the 1st 9 legislature lor bis opinion on the character and work of that body. ,Tbo response of Mr. Hendricks will create a profound sensation In politic? I circles. Hisvindica Hon of the legislate e, as compared with that which preceded t, is "certainly short, sharp and decisive. 11 defends the character or the members, shows that the amount f work which they 'coomplished, what was done by tha legislature of 1S72 3, while the gresi amount of the expense of the former and its dally rate of expenditure was scarcely one half as large as the gross expense and daily expenditure of the latter. As to the result of the legislation of 1875, tho governor draws the most flattering; conclusions. Ilia tribute to the general assembly of 1S75 is something that every...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY APRIL 1 1875 STATE NEWS. REFLEX OF THE INDIANA PRESS. CLAY COUNTY. The Terra Haute Impress ebj-k The strikers at Brazil seem to be determined to hold oat. They are receiving 3 mach as 57,030 per month from other parts of the country. Ohio sends $1,000 each month. Braid wood, L Salle and other mining places in Illinois sond large sums. Colorado ala sends hr share. Ibere are about four hundred ot the strikers y Brazil, the balance having gone away. The nd ot the strike is not ye t, and lirazil is to toe cursed with another dull sammer. CCJNTON COUNTY. al learns that a 1UC A. Ol ä f w w fearful accident occurred lata Saturday even ingOQtheL..C. & S. W. railroad at the bridge over Wild Cat creek, near a email station called Kitmore. The lr djje gave . . mr') trtn ear ran off. killing two i b-.rcn onri nmaahiusr tbe whole train. The engine bad passed over safely when the ffid.7Ti occurred. JNO trains wm able to cross, the fall particulars ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 April 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. APRIL 1 1875 JUST BEFORE SUNItlBK. BT ALKRED B.BTRKICT. Vicht' wavering ftsr, In heaven afar, With growing pearl is bleudlog. .And up the beU&t of sky the light In streaks Li rich amending. The village waken; each roof outbreak lit smoke wreathes upwaid cariinn;; And Join the ml, by the oft light kissed, from, the inootn pond unfurling. U -4d chanticleer choke out hlJ cheer, III noddln uecaa-glitter: With urutttog gait then oess tils mate, -Scratching aiuld Uie litter. The oxen start the creaklr-s? cart To the bay-fleid In the hollow; Aixi toper;Jake reels half awake, His morniug dram. toswaLow. The ale house red i open spread, Where, deep in cackiin tattle, Th patriarchs sit at twilight flit. While lads drive homo the catt.e. from Hie crossing road to his gTcen abode Th deacon low emerge, AitU towiiTd he do -r of ihe corner store lila pacing iony urta. VTtI eg?s ami butler and fowl n-Cntter, While Uob at the manger bal tens. Within h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 April 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL TUESDAY APRIL 1 1875, A WHIRLWIND OF WRATH. BUT TEMPERED WITH MERCY. TOE SOUTHERN TORNADO. TWATfT AKD DEVASTATION ASD EXTRAORPI JfARY ESCAPES MABKED ITS PATHWAY LATKST ASD FULLEST PARTICULARS OF THK CiCLONK THAT SWEPT SEVERAL OOUXTIKS I GEORGIA A I'D SOUTH CAROLINA. Southern exchanges having at kS arrived, tho lollcwiEg further details ot the terrific tornado in the South are laid befora an anxiously awaiting public at the North: THE AWLUL SCESE AT CAMAK is thus described by the Augusta Chronicle and Sentinel: Never did the furies do their work more completely than did this storm. The picture presented at the little railway village of Camak, at the Intersection of the Georgia and Macon & Augusta railroads was that ol all the rest. Every house, save one small store, was blown down, and comprised the following property: The residence of Wm. Mays (who owned the town), nearly destroyed. All the furniture cn the upper floor blown away. A. J. Mays's ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 1 April 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. APRIL 11875, 3 A. O AED Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers: We respectfully ask your imme diate attention to the best selected stock ofDry Goods, Notions and Mill i aery ever brought to this city. By Giving our individual attention to t uying in New York, we have secured a line of Silke. Black Goods Dress Goods. DomeUos, Woolen3. Flannels, Shawls, Table Linens. Blankets, Comforts, Notions and Mitlinery at such rates and on such terms as enaoloa us to offer the lowest prices known since 1S62. Our prioca are alike to -li aa ßranaers us well as out ers will find at no other houas tivo aoods or lower f. Ä A W - - V pricesXj. S. AYBE3 Sc GO. THADE PALACE. ATTEXTIOX. New Pension and F.mnty Law. Claim due almost every soldier or his heir. Hare your rights e- amined under the late laws. ro fee or ehn?e tmlevs successful. The new law in- chides thousands who are Retting no pension, or are entitled O bounty. Bounties ..nii.-it n-w riischanres cbu...

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