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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 June 1875

4 -iL writ 1 y 7 ) "VOL. XXIY-NQ 43 MARGARET. BT AUGUSTUS TAYLOR. From tbe Spectator.! I. Into the garden I walked; ne'er bad I seen her before, , , Under a budding white rose ahe stood In the hade of I ße door. ,.... iaiet and pale was her face, but maidenly bngnt were her eye, , , . Fair as tbe newly-born moon when low In tne easterly skies. ... There as I stood by her side my spirit grew haoov and free: Would 1 had Bald what I thought, would 1 marry but thee! The far-off bell were tolllre, for that none 'twas some one's funeral-day, And In the meadows close by tbe mowers mowing the hay. were 11. Into the garden 1 walked; bat once had 1 seen her before ; Vacant and Mill was tha house, wide open was standing the door. Then silent and listening 1 went up to the curtalnlens bed, AV'here she lay lirouded in white, all winterly lonely, and dead; There was a look on ter face, as if she d been thinking of nie. "Dear Margaret," then whispered I, "none will 1 marry but thee!" And the far-r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 June 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY JUNE 17 1875 THE INQUISITION. THE INVESTIGATION OF THE CHARGES AGAINST McINTIRE Ss CO. TAWKKER'S ANSWER AND TUE TE3 TIMXNY TAKEN. Ilf A5SWEXTO THR CHARGES OP CONSPIRACY FAWKNER ENTERS AN EMPHATIC DENIAL, AND CHALLENGES PROOF THE BOARD MAKES A REQUEST THAT THET MAY NOT BE TRADUCED RV THE PRESS TWO WITNESSES EXAMINED. There was a Urse attendance at the open lnzcf tb9 investigation Into the charges pre-rrr-A inst the management ot the Asylum for the Deaf and Dumb, yesterday afternoon Fawkner and his counsel were the first in attendance. A lew minutes after 2 o'clock Messrs. Mclntire and Valentine, th their counsel and friends entered and took their E laces to the right of the board.all the memers belDR present. Dr. James exhibited unmistakable symptoms of suffering from sickness. In opeuinz the proceedings. Chairman Jameson took occasion to request that the press would retrain from comments upon the we prejudicial to participants, lie made the remar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 June 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY JUNE 17 1875, I I ' HOME AND FARM. Hay cut before the blossoms of the gTass or clover fall Is worth 60 per cent, more than tha. harvested alter the seed Is ripe. Teach ths boys that toads, though lesa beautiful than birds, are equally useful to the farmer and gardener, probably more so. They destroy myriads of winged insects by night when birds are asleep. In prance they are sold to keep in gardens. Coal Oil Fire. One of the moat ready means Is to throw a cloth of some kind over the flames, and thus stifle them; but aa the cloth is not always convenient to the kitchen, where such accidents are most likely to occur, some one recommends flour as a substitute, and which it is said, fromptly extinguishes the flames. It rapdly absorbs tbe fluid, deadens the flame, and can be readily gathered up and thrown out of doors when the fie is out. A Bra: Be for Burxs. The Sanitarian says that incases of bad scalds of children, in which a large part of the body ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 June 1875

4 ma ihjliiaiva öiAiü. öiii w t.iin üijj, Iii UliöDAY JUNE 17 1875 THURSDAY. JUNE 17. Vallandigham lost his Ufa by the accidental discharge of a pistol, with which he was Illustrating his theory of the defense in the case of or,e McGehan, accused of murder. The death of the counsel served to clear his client, as it proved precisely how the shooting could have taken place by aeciHent. It was the general opinion that the a acrifice of the lite of an able advocate in the follies. aase of a worthless vagabond as a curious dispensation Of providenct. It now turns out that the aacrifice was useless, as McGehan only escaped hanging to have his brains blown out Sunday night. A Mow at the root ot the tree is struck by the New York Journal of Commerce in regard to the stupendous swindles practiced on the government through the revenue leakages. It appears that leading merchants of New York make no secret of the fact that they are heavy buyers of goods which have been smugsled into the market ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 June 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THUItSDAY. JUNE 17 1875 THE STATE AT LAIIGE. REFLEX OF THE INDIANA PRESS. PATE5T KWHTS. The following ia a list of patents granted to citiz3m of this state tiT the month past, and furnished Dy Nely Bros., solicitors of patents at Washington: John S. Sourwine, Indianapolis, ruffling attachment lor Bewing machines. Isaac Lehmer, Greet held, windmill. It. I. Patterson. Moncie. hand-rubber. Levi W. Powis, Valparaiso, car coupling. H. Stretcher, Indianapolis, key-fastener. F.H. Hunter, Actonville, burglar-alarin. U.S. Herr, Indianapolis, addressing machine. . , D. A. Dinfortb, Elkhart, drivan-well point. Harrison Ogborn, assignor to Samuel Watson, both of Richmond, hog-trap. Harrison Ogborn, Richmond, invalid-bed bottom. ,. , . Reginald IX. Pirker, Indianapolis, design for neck-tie. CLAY COCKTY. Brazil ia pushing forward her water works. An immense well is t be the source of supply. The water found U abundant, very pure and quite Bolt. EVASSVICXE CITY. Several ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 June 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY, JUNE 17 18761 "IIKKK WAHItEN FELL." THE BATTLE OP BUNKER HILL. A Graphic and Full Account of the First Pitched Battle of the Revolution on Juno 17, 1775. THE PLUCK OF PRESCOTT. HY OF THE I.AND INTRENCHING THE HILL BRITI-H BOMRARDMKJiT NAMES CF SOME OF THE PATRIOTS WARBEN' BRAVERY IKS THREE JOliCEMENTS ASD AMMUSiriOS-THE RE D TRr FIN ALLY IiiriN'ATIOS. CARRIED PilESCOTI 8 IN Nrx rimrsdayyths centennial of the battie of Bunke Hill, Is to celebrated m mimlBcent style. The anniversary has rodaced several literary contributions in prose and Terse from eminent hands, amocg tb m a pamphlet ontainin? en account ol lh bsttlaty KIcbard Fiotbiughsm, fr;m wh'i the Nw Yc rk Kvenlag Post co inwibi tb3 following: Tbe pcuinaul of part -f Brwloa, and is hepar.te2 from :t by CfcarlfH Kivor. It is al-ou: a mils in length th t." south. Its greatest breadth, next to n-):on. is about half a mile, whence it trra.J3j:v uecisne-t unt?i uw. i-.l-.-. .n ithmu. called ibeNe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 June 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. JUNeTTi875 A. Yes, sir. 1 did not sit with her at the table. y. Htate whether she always carae to sapper or whether he wa sointtlmes absent? A. I do not know. Q. Did you see Ida comeback the eveuln? you saw her go towards Mr. Valentine's room T A. Isw her come bark the evening, bat I did nnltt-tl her go towards Mr. Valentine room. t. Please read the above answer, and see If It 1 correct . A. I think It is right. t- Did you ree her come back the evening yon saw her go Into hU room? ... A. Yen, s r. When I went down stairs I met her in the study room. ti. On the other evening when yea saw her go towards IHK DOOR OF VALENTINE'S ROOM, did yon see her come baci from the direction of t je door, or not? A. To, sir. , . When was the first time you aw Ida Fawkcer taking medicine? Htate the month. A. L rt winter or fall. November or JJetembf. ... . - i. What kind ora bottle was the medicine la? A. I do not know. q. lil you see the bottle which contained th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 17 June 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. JUNE 17 1875 .V C A. Ü I Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers: We respectfully aslc your Iramodiate attention to the beat selected took of Dry Goods, Notions and Mil Inery ever oroucht tothls city. By Giving our individual attention to buying in New York, wo hav secured a line of Silk. Black Goods. Dress Goods. Domeiics, V7oolen3 Flannels, Shawls, Table Linens, Blankets, Comforts, Notions and Millinery at auch rates and on suchterm3 as enables ua to otter the lowes' prices known cincel862. Our prieca are alike to all, and Grangers as wel- as otnera will rind at no other houaa mora attractive goods or lower prices. S. j"5T"ELE3 & CO., USANCE AND BUSINESS. WEEKLY BUSINESS liEVIEVV. . MONEY MATTER4. Tt tre are many curious aaonalies in bus iui-a, atthlstluie. If yea Uo rr.or.ev tc le::d y u cin't find a good borrower, and it is s-otof-tLins or a trick to find eoo-I trcuihy and ten per cent irterrst. Flrst-cUss r-ajKr iss.'irco. a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 June 1875

litem mm v -f M M W 111 1 ' W I 1 I ) UNDER CROSS FIRE. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY JUNE 24 1875 if Adeline Davia Still Holds Her tion. Posi- AN AFFIDAVIT AND AN ANSWF.3. THE WITNESS ADELIXK BAV1S USDSR CROSS rviMi ATTON ALL. DAY. AND SHK STUCK TO HFTl VTK.ST BTATBMm WITH THK ADHE civTvni nr rvUTRT PLASTER SHE TKLLS HOW HER SECOND STATEMENT WA3 SECURED, The Investigation isto the management ot the Institute for the Deaf and Dt.rub was resumed in the Senate (Äamber yesterday at nine o'clock In the foreneon and lasted tatil after Ave In the afternoon. Mrs. Davis was under cross-examination iunngthe utlre day, and i - . j tYim declaration that her first statement was true, with dogged determination Indeed hercross-examlnatlonTvas so successlul tnat it wU hardly toe necessary for the prosecu- tion to reexamine her when it Is concluded un less there are other developments. Pending the proceedings proper, the defense submitted an miaTtt irom J. B. llowdyshell, a teacher of the Institution who,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 June 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. JUNE 24 1875 JJI.LTAL BUTCHERY. WRENCHED OUT OF THE WORLD. .A Colpred Woman Murdered py Her Divorced Husband . witrx a Monkey Wrench, . JEALOUSY TUE CAVJSE OF TUE CRIME FOURTEEN HOLES FOCNP IN HEB HEAD A CRIME MOST HORRIBLE A SPEEDY INDICTKNT FOUND BT THE GRAND JURY. The moät brutal murder, with the exception ot perhaps the Cluck tragedy, occurred yesterday morning at 9 o'clock In a two story brick house on the alley running north and south back, of the Academy of Music. It was cold blooded in the extreme, and otthat class of murdere which makes everyone utter the opinion that tbe perpetrator ought to be stretched up. There are no mitigating circumstances in this cae at all. and even the murderer's best friends are not loth to express it as their view's of the case that the murderer should meet with tbe full iorce of the law. His name la Jerre Monroe.and the victim, bis divorced wlfe,Sarah Monioe. They are colored and very well known among their ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 June 1875

THE INDIANA THUllSDAY. JUNE 24 1875 SHERIFF CROSBY'S LITTLE AFFAIR. HIS ARRANGEMENT WITH GILMER THE i SHOOTING GILMER 8 CARD. At the time Sb-riff Crosby was bot by Gilmer, bis deputy, the Sentinel editorially noted the main points of the bond which linked the two. Th story is givsn in full In a letter to the Chicago Times: In November, 1872, Peter Crosby, a mulatto, was elected sheriff ot Warren county, of which Vieksbnr ia the caDital. lie gave a straw hnnri. which waa Accented bv officials of his wn tiartv nredilections and took Charge of hU office A few davs afer a number of hi bis otlice. A lew aaysai.er, a nuinj wi " hnmltimcn wars arrested oa the charge oi perjury for having sworn falsely as to the value of their property. After a t.'me several of the Indicted parties withdrew from the bond, and a new instrument w.as drawn up and signed by many of the signers ol the oM bond and nonresidents ol the county. This bond was considered worse than tue original, but waa nevertheless a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 June 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. JUNE 24 18751 THURSDAY, JUNE 21. The attorney-general intends to proceed against Verden khuler for .moneys alleged to have ten misapDroprlated bj him during hia tei m of office. This action will be taken unter the resolution ot the assembly posHori last winter, in view of the majority report on the mismanagement of the Southern Prison. Mr,rttf nninion is that" the Beecher- . i i . tua. niai.i. I . - iTi- n,nhhi that Beach's attacks ' . t i,n .nr mann tAmip.i I upon i ue tu uui .u; 1 t.i conciliation. His assertion that th9 jury t mrwrd with and bis offer to prove Iho charge are certainly startling. It is to bo boped'tbat the jury will be found qualifipA tn decide the question at issue, uiuer- i it will never be decided in a court of for the Dublic will not care about en.v.nr. onnthor trial. " . I vii.t, A Salt Lake paper propounds a curious Wftrmon nuzzle. It seem tha: a certain elder, after having been legally married, took to himself two other ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 June 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY JUNE 24 1875, " 5 A I r HELEN JEWETI'S FATE. KEVIEW OF AN OLD AND CURIOUS CRIME. KICHARD rOEI530N's CRIME AXD ITOW UE CHEATED IHI OALLOWS THOUGH THIS HAPPENED FORTY TEARS AGO, CURIOSITY SEEKERS ARE ATTRACTED TO THE SCESE Of" THE TRAGEDY TO THI3 DAY. The New York correspondent cl the .Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reviews aa old and curious case of crime: Having referred to June ia the stock market, I may spesk ol the legal experiences or the same month. The great Beecher trial will be finished this month and this will be a mark to make June memorable. This leads me to the lact that Jane once witnessed ft trial which then thrilled the Union. Nearly forty years hare passed away and yet the memory of that case still lives, and it will no douht always be one of New York's historic trials. So also the Beecher case still lives, and after forty years shall have elapsed it wi:l be recalled by history to the succeeding generaüon. The case of which I am ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 June 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY JUNE 24 1875 FATAL FRIDAY. DUAL DANGLING. Illinois Hangs John Casey, Wife Slayer, at Paris, and Nathan Burgess, the Vandalia Bridge Murderer, at Efflngham. nrtWooiAv nioAobed .-.rid examined the Next came Judge Jones, of tbe County body, and pronounced bis neck dislocated by tbe fall. At 1:."G tbe body was cut down and placed in a neat cofdn a d turned over to John G. Wooley aud J. R. Jaquetb, bis attorneys, whom be hud requested to bury hi body by the murdered woman at Eld rid'. THE PARIS EXECUTION. tASKV'a DEMEANOR RELIGIOC4 Sr-ÜVIPFA MR-SAO RS TO HIS FBI ES DM II K I'H'I.I!I HIS INNOCENCE ON THE KC FtuLV 111 ti MURDERER'S NECK BROKEN. By Telegraph to the Fentlnel.j Paris, III., June 18. Ti-.i mnrr.ir.g dawned clear and beautiful, and. Ion U f r? "o'clock, crowds bgan aenibllfg ir t Ptrc?t, prisons of all axes and lvb Tbe women were ia tbe prepord rancfl and were on every corntr, aiid iuuh speculation was if. dulled in in re-gird to tbe hargisg...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 June 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY JUNE 24 1875. THE EEC AND TU EWHEAT-AN APOLOGY BT II. B. BAILlKiS. From the Examiner.) v '.1 -aey-bce went boomlr Offer the whitnlDgheat. .. . Her w.iy he Knew, and straight she Gew Home Willi ber burden sweet. Aud the ears,' as tney rustled faintly. . pneared In accer.! saintly This burJen to repeat --More useful are ire than honey-bee n Thougti ahe labour long ana merrily. t Ye "each said, Lis confident bead Leaning toward his neighbour, "We alone are tne giver of bread. The re warder of ail men's labour; To baron arni boor, To cettar and a lug, T. ibe rlcn sl the poor our blc-slni; we bring, More use-Mi by Jar than ihl sonorous thing. The We iwQtü high Tne tall hede over. And h am med her reply As she skimmed the clover; -"My harvest may be email, Wt n w far sweeter, Yielding more delight lo huh or lowly eater. You givo fooJ to man, i,m it laeketh savour; ( Sc.tiit the sift 1 br:nz, liai of dfciicious flavour. -thanks to thee for answer thine, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 24 June 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY JUNE 24 1875 A. C A. E. D Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers: w ranneetfnllv ask your Imme dlate attention to the best selected took of Dry Goods, Notions and Millinery ever brought tothls city. By giving our individual attention to guying in new i urn, wc m iiT..d line of Silks. Black Goods. Dress Goods. Dometlcs, 7-rtim Flannels. Shawls. Table t inne Rtft.nkats. Comforts. No tions and Millinery at such rates nri nn Ruchterms as enaoles us m offr the lowest prices known since 1862. Our priecs are alike to all, and Grangers as wen as oiaers will find at no other house more attractive goods or lower prices. S. AYUE3 &c CO., TRADE PALACE. ülXANCE AND BUSINESS. WEEKLY BUSINESS REVIEW. GENERAL ASPXCTS. Itmv be considered that anything beyond the dull routine of the heated vacation fceas .n is not t j be looked for In business cirtles until tte tall trade. Still, the busing of the week past has not lallen down to the July apathy,...

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

rrr in?'- iii in "VOL. XXIV-NO. 45. THE ARCTIC EXPEDITION. -BY THE AUTHOR OH" "JOHN HALIFAX, OES TLIMAS." IFrora the "W omen's Bide, May 29, 1875.) O let me smile a little, I pray Jutt a little, and while I may, Evena a child miles, after to-day 1 shall hive whole years to weep in. 0 let me talk like a child, unchld; After to day 'twill all be hid ; No hand will lift op the com n lid Of the silence I hall sleep in. In Portmoatn harbor the good ship ride, Kocked fcalely upon the Pcju tides. As love in a hapty heart abides, Moviog with eacn emotion, i With voices and hands alive ail o er. And to-morrow-perbaps for evermore- , 1 shall look out from a desolate snore Upon an empty ocean, Ulove, my hero and my saint, ,,,, M I- KnUatof the white shield, without taint, Tills woman-heart turns sick and faint. Altnougn my Urs may fail not. J roc the rocks undersnnling seas, I hear a tempest In every breeze, 1 itel the icebergs as the 7 freeze In the deeps where ship can sail not. O love, my l...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY JULY .1.1875 ICHA.BOD. So fallen! so lost! the light withdrawn . j Which once he wore ! The glory from his Kray hairs gone For evermore I Revile him not the tempter hath A snare for all; . And pitying tears, not cora and wratn, Eeflt his fall! O. dumb be passion's stormy rage. When he who might Have lighted up and led his age Falls back In night. Scorn ! would the angels laugh to mark A bright soul driven, Flend-goad-d, down the endless darx, From hope and heaven? Let not the land once proud of him Insalt him now, . . Nor brand with deeper shame his dim Dishonored brow. But let its humbled sons Instead, from sea to lake, A long lament, as for the dead, . in saddens make. Of ail we loved and honored naught. Have power remains A fallen angel's pride of thought Still strong in chains. All else is gon; from those great eye The soul haa fled; When :alth is lost, when honor dies. The man Is dead ! TI.en pay the reverence of old days To his dead fame; W...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY JULY 1 1875, JOB AND TECtTMSEH. THEIR BOOKS COMPARED. ltfVIXW OF OESERaVL JOK JOHNSTON WORK NOT A MEMOIR BUT A DEFENSE HIS LITERAKY s KKATMENI OF IHK FKDKItALS. The discussion bronszat oat by Sherman's book has drawn attention to the somewhat similar workoi hia principal opponent, and a writer in the Philadelphia Times thus reviews It: Every reader of Sherman's memoirs will remember the respect with which he always speaks of General "Joe" Johnston and his frequent reference to his narative. We were led. as no doubt many others will be. to take up Johnston's book, and it may not, even t this late day after its publication be without interest thus to suggest operations and lees with strategic movements than does Sherman's. Tnen, too, it is in no sense autobiographic, that is it etves no account oi Johnson's career betöre the war, other than a sort of exculpatory statement of tho lacts relating to bis resignation as quartermaster-general or the Unite...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. JULY 1 18751 4; ; THURSDAY, JULY 1. The newspaper correspondents at Washngton, finding things dull sine the government went oil to its cottage at Look Branch, have returned to their old employment of retiring Secretary Deltno. In justice to bim, it should be said that Columbus lümselt does not show the faintest symftoru of resigning, and will not as long as there are any Indians to deal with. The Brooklyn sccndal has become further complicated by the arrest -of Loader on a harge of perjury. Loader is oo of the upholsterers for the admission of whose evidence Beach aakod that the trial night be re-opened, white his accuser, Price, is too other. The last named claims-1 net it wasafl conspiracy, having for its object the bettering of tfce worldly fortunes of the two enterprising upholsterers. The charge of perjury is based -upon the affidavits of Loader. On the other-Land the course of Price is such ms to show that he fa no better than be should be....

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