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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY JULY 1 1875, i) if h I, ft l Vi REPORTORIAL. RESOURCES. CHAPTER OP NEWSPAPER "SCOOPS.' HOW TWO NIQHT REPORTERS PLAYKD IT OS EACH OTHER A. ICBLS KLI A KECKKt MKETISa WITH A REPORTER IN THE SIDKBOARI THB USES OF A STOVÜPIPK HOLB 'TWEES DECKS. The Chioaso Times took the occasion of appearing In a new typographical dresa Saturday mornisfr to give a complete history of the pper and as minute description of the work on a great metropolitan daily. In .the course of the article some amusing remIniscence of jaamallstio "scoops" were .given: Tbe thirst for "scoops" has led to some mad pranfcs among the njbt-hawks, and many startling dfcvices, which are excellent io the light of reminiscences, but sel.dom enjoyed by the victim when perpetrated. Ooe could fill a volume with the good stories current among the brethren, but -only a lew can here be related. Sime time ago a niht reporter received a hint through . private source that there had been a serlou hootiu...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THUESDAY. JULY 1 18751 THE LOAF GIVER I Fro oi Lccy Larcom'a Idyl of Work. there a lady yet Under the un?" Dames of Oly to pus Called down, one by one. "If a true lady Be left of eai th 8 race. Sea' of the goddesses Offer br place." Acswer came slowly From hemlsDberes two: Deadwemed tne old world, And heedless the new. I am a lady, then! Heritor I wear Latent of bonnets, . Last twist of hair; French gloves unci lace WhU more can i uocc . Laughed mighty Juno, "Alady.inJeedT' I am a lady born! I have a name! An unbroiten ancestry Settles my claim." Weak ! f aid M i nerva, 'Irrelevant 100! Substitut ladyLood Never will do!" -I am a lady! otoxenoftoll Is on my tine floors Vulgarity's noil! I mix with no workfolk! "All!" Ve-jus exclaimed, I wedded a blacksmith. And am not ashamed." 'What face, bright as Hebe a, Il.umines yon stre-t? Thit btautiiul maiden Uives begsirs tbeir meat; Br ijracelui handieals them To honor and peace. My Risrli for lost lad t. ' Said "...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. JULY 1 1875 rr i if r A RAPE AND A ROPF. DREADFUL DOOM OF WIT .T .TAU KEEMER. Terrible Sequel to a Vile Outrage in Hancock County. SHORT SKETCH OP THE VILLAIN'S CRIME. RCTAX. ATTACK OM THE WIFK OF WILLI AX virfiBS-FtJOHf OF THB CRIMINAL ASD HIS ARREST UPKISIXa OF THE POPÜLACK OF THRJCB COUNTIK8 MOB LAW ASSERTS rrs viOLixcB and bobs thb j ail of ITS FRET SUDDEN CLOSE OF A BLACK CAREER. A special telegram from Greenfield in the Sentinel of yesterday announced that William Keemer, a negro incarcerated in the jail at that town, had been seized by mob Violence and hang for hia crimes In well organized communities, where peace and quietnesa are the order of the day, such an announcement is always received with about the same dread a a stroke of paralysis. It indicates that the body politic is lor the time beleg paralyzed, that eociety has ben bound baud and loot, and that laws, like Samson, have been shorn of their strength. The inlrequency ot such rec...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY JULY 1 1875 a O A. E D Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers : We respectfully ask your Imme diate attention to the beat selected tc ck or Dry Goods, Notions and Millinery ever orought to this city. By aivingour 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, lotionaand Millinery at such rates and on such terms as enables us to offer the lowest prices known eince 1862, Our priecs are alike to all, and Grangers as weh as others will find at no other housa more attractive goods or lower priets. ZL S. -AJXHEIES & CO., t::adk palace. FINANCE AND BUSINEß "WEEKLY BUSINESS REVIEW. NATIONAL BANKS OF INDIANA. Tho following statement of the condition a tr Tjt'.ocal tanks of tbo state of Indiana, oa 1st- day of May, 1375, is furnished to tho Ner York Diily Bulletin by the Hon. Joisc r.'-r Knox, controller of tLe cur...

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

lilt ifi , ii Vi? i4 J v f ) YOL. XXIY-NO. 46. BEECHER LEAVINGS. rURY ROOM. SECRETS. A EÜORT SUMMARY OF WHAT "WAS DONK AND SAID TN THE JURY ROOM WHILE WRANQLisa OVER A VERDICT. The New York Snn report3 an interview with Juryman Ilall oi tbe immortal twelve who wrestled with the conflicting evidence in the scandal salt: Mr. Hall then, with a very retentive memory, detailed same of the experiences of the jury room as iollows : At 1:15, when the judge's charge was concluded, we were taken to the jury room. Ve effected an organization Immediately "Chester Carpenter feeing elected foreman, WllllmT. Jeffreys secretary, and G. B. Ilalstead and Georgs llull tellers. We went to the opposite rooia to dinner belt re any ballot was taken, but on eur return to the Jury room we proceeded to business. The first ballot was taken with great interest. It was 8 to 4. Discussion followed, and, interspersed by several balloting without difference in result, continued until 7:30, when we kad supper. mi i...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. JULY 8 18751 3 POOP. LITTLE JOE. BY LELEG ABK WRIGHT. From the Graphic Prop yer eyes wide open, Joey. -Fur I've brought you sumpin great, Apples? No, a derned sight better! ' Don't you Ute no Int'rest ? V ait ! Flowers, Joe-I knew'd you d lle emAin't them cruniptlous? Ain't thembtgh?., Tears, my boy? Wots them fur, Joey? There-poor little Joe '-don't cry t 1 was sklppln past a winder. Where a bang-up lady sot, AH amongst a Tot of bushesEach one cllmbln from a pot ; Every bush had flowers on It Pretty? Mebbenot! Oh.no! t Wish yoo could a seen 'em growln , It was Bich a etuonln' show. "Well, 1 thought of you, poor feller, Lyln here so sick and weak, Never knowin any comfort. And 1 puts on lot o' cheek. "Missus, says I. fclf you please mum, Could 1 ax you for a rose? For mv little brother, missus Naver seed one, 1 suppose. ' Then I told her all about you How 1 brlng'd you up, poor Joe! (Lac: In women folks to do it,) Men a Imp you was, you knowTill ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 July 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. JULY 8 1875 3 r 7 EXPERIENCE OP A CAPTIVE. A SLAVE OF MALAY SAVAGES. TAKES PRISONER IS TBS SERVICK OK THE CHIEF'S DAUGHTERS OLD TO A BOT IXTKH&msa JUVKSILR AMCSKMEM-IHB BILI3 OF SALE RANSOMED. The New York Mercury tella the followlng experience of a captive sailor among the Malay savages: Oaeof the most remarkable experiences aoion Bavages was that of William P. Day, a seafaring man, who recently arrived in this city. Mr. Day has been a sailor ever since he was a boy, and has had some pretty rough times in the course of his nautical life. The severest of his experiences, however, was among the Maly savages. Mr. Day is now stopping with Mr. David Barrett, at Nos. 217 and 219 East Twenty-ninth street. lie is the brother-in-law of Mr. . Barrett, and the latter vouches lor his reliability and eeneral character for truth-tellinac. The Malay savages are very tierce and treacherous. T-ey are governed by chiefs -who unite a savageness of natu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 July 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY JTJLY 8 1875 THURSDAY, JULY $. The London Standard, tne great panjandrum ol the conservative party, does not approve of the United States at all, and characterizes the little unpleasantness of one hundred years ago as "the most unprovoked rebellion In history" and an "insane rebellion." It is too bad that the poor Standard fellow feels so badly about it and unless he will come over to the centennial and taka a little something on it, one does not see exactly what can be done to relieve him. His talents -would fit him admirably for the bloody shirt editor on an administration organ, but unfortunately that branch of industry is sadly depressed at the present time. i That fruitful theme, the English style cl railway carriages, has been the cause ol nother sensation. It will be remembered that not many years ago c gentleman was murder d and robbed in one of these carriages, nd the fact was not discovered until a station was reached and the guard came...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. JULY 8 1875 r 41 A TIMELY TOPIC. STAY IS OP THE CAP- . I . .V I "I fnmnnt. All this tiOlS tne OOia wmiu- auctwivjo " v . . ..- . Ktheroirit thermometer ranging at srees be row rero though the average was SSm ISS be'ow rero. Daring tbe about fifty four degree. While at Repulse times i ueiticOT . . . , r? jt. a ml va rntA Ma anrtearance on boarded up to a bejaht of 12 feet and covered with canvas, while the ship itself had been hanked with snow ana ice ior a B distanoe all around. In this way, witn tne help of the akin clothing, the men had been kept comfortable a'.l through tbe winter. On netting oat into Hudson's Bay again, R7w mTiM to the Tn'ortb latitude 67 de-1 skipper, who bad been planning a railroad Bay, 300 miles to e nrtnt uhiuoo exItk) 5. t . i in th clear I however, came across a tribe of natives water ttween the ice pack ihd tbe shore, which the captain, an old whaler, bad never rd nnShwh S l Walter Rom - Welcom. Beep, and In their pos...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 July 1875

6 TWILIGHT AND BEA. HV M. I, W. 8. From Appleton Journal. I. Remember how the twlllfcht flung A curtain over thee and me, An. wandering band In band, we sun? Bei" da the summer tea. What If some g) Utering mermaid laid Down on the and a listening ear. And. liae a treacherous woman, mala cur teader ta'.k to hear! "What If, la save of ocean deep. Hhe treanar jd up each precious word, Tbiaktng that earthly lovers Keep The vows that she has beard! Perhaps the sorrowing mermaid's tears With pesrl those vows Increased o er. And ccctn, vrhu LU wrath uprears. May ca-st thera on the shore! There memory and I will roam Where tickle waters klw the land. Watching he bright and dancing foam That dashes o'er to a sand ; And I will soek and bind the pearls, a fancied necklace, rich and rare ( Whi e thought In every cluster earls) About my neck to wear. What though those days were short and few . .oi. ul q 1 1 nmA tn me? V II 1 CI CflBAU - Each nmmer shall betroth anew Tue twilight and the sea! ABO...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 July 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY JULY 8 1875, V I I- a A BAB" IN THE WOODS. THE OLD STORY WITH VARIATIONS. THE RXPERIE3CE OP A CHILD THAT WEST TO OATHKB MAY APPLES FIVB DAYS LOST IN THIS DEPTHS OF A PÄSSälLYASIA FOREST wnnorr food op. water the whipPO WILL 8UNO HIM TO SLEEP. ' Tho story of the babe In the woods, like history, still repeats itself semi-occasionally but with variation. The latest version of it is subjoined irom the New York San of Thnridaj: Sixteen miles from the mountain hamlet of Lackawaxao, over a rougher and tougher forest road than the fabled highway to Jordan, is the little Dutch settlement of Blooming Grove. Three miles turther ia anotter and nameless Daten neighborhood, that lies like a beautiful picture, in the centar of a limitless forest, and guarded by lof:y, symmetrically rounded moat tains. A half mile from the beaten track of the turnpike, and on the edge of the lamed Blooming Grove Hantina; Park, is the lUtle loz cabin of Charles Darlllnp. Mr. Durll...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 July 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. JULY 8 18751 A. C .A. 3R I Trade Palace, Oct. 7. 'To tbe Country Readers: We rospectfülly ask your Immediate attention to the best selected stock of Dry Goods, Notions and Mil! i nery e ver o rought to this city. -By givi ng our individual attention to buying in New York, we have secured a line of Silkt, Black Goods. Dress Goods. Dometics, Woolens Flannels, Shawls, Table Linens, Blankets, Comforts, Kotionsand Millinery at such rates ernci on such terms as enaoles us to offer the I owes' prices known since 1862. Our priecs are alike to all, and Grangers as weh aa others will find at no other house mora attractive goods or lower pricss. T-J. .S. AYBE3 5g CO., 17RA.DK PALACE. FINANCE AND BUSINESS. -GENERAL BUSINESS ASPECTS. FRACTIONAL CURRENCY. Tüo Nevr York Bulletin of Monday fca tbe following: The secretary of tbe treas Tjry i steadily contracting the amount of the raciional currency. The surn outtsandiDg on the 1st of July was 32,129,000 against ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 July 1875

T7T 0 4& Sf If' i II. I IL II Hf N Y 1 -VOL. XXIV 47. For the Kentlnel. THE MONTH OF ROSITS. BY . M. JORDAN. Thon montii of aweetnesa and of memories, b ull oil in Uaya gone by I've said farewell, Ft1 In g within my heart a nameless prief A. subtle sadness beyond words to tell; Ii. -cause so soon the red rose dropped her leaves. A.ud golden lields put oa t U r uaaet Hue, Because the burning heat of Aug et sons lrank up the lily's chalice of bright dew. ii. I rna'd not see unmoved, the meadow flower Kail 'neath the sickle and the harvest throng N-v bear to see the lone and empty nest, i Where late the mother bird made happy song. Sc. many times I've seen the rosea fade. iio many tender blossoms turned to dust, sr. many tlrda have flown to other ek!e much of faith has ended in distrust, III.;' Tliwt I have lost '.he gladness of the time When tnrough the billows of the ripening wheat . .. I rbaaed the yellow buttert! es In Klee. i r stooped to raise the flower beneath my fe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 July 1875

THE INDIANA ST ATE!SENTINEL. THUHSD AY JULY 15 1875 THOUGHTS ON THE COMMANDMENTS. BYCE0.A.1SAKF.R,JF.. "liove your neighbor as yourselt"tSÄ oÄSSIf Fbl dSSogneBo the prayer book teaches. Ilalfioyda y I can do Wltli bat little labor; For with ail my heart and soul I do love my neighbor. Mighty little credit, that, lo myself denial; . , . Not to love her. thoagh, might be Something of a trial, w hy . the rosy light that peeps Through the glas above her Llriir round Tier lip: yon ee E'en the sunbeams love her. So, to make mr merit more, I'll go be onrt the letter. Love my neighbor as myself . O'er the meadow grasses. And I've preached the wordl know, For it was my dotv To eonvert the stabbora heart Of the little beauty. Once galn success has crowned Missionary labor. For her sweet eyes own that she Also loves her neighbor. "DO YOU LOVE BUTTER?" BY M. B. C. SI. A DE. Two children under the apr-le J', vi Li a two-year-old. halpn is iQre rJ? I., mn chin Kalpli's fingers hold BuÄÄJ. brtgbJ ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 July 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY JULY 15 187?, THE BERESFORD APPARITION. A GLIMPSE OF TUE SUPERNATURAL. STRANGE BTOBT TOLD BY LADY BERESFOBD ON HER DEATH BED REAPPEARANCE OP A DfcCfcASKD FRIES D HIS FR&DICriO. The r.v. Frederick George Lee, Tlcar of All Saint' Cburcb, Lambesb, has published a work entitled M Glimpses of the Supernatural." He holds hlmselt responsible lor the truth oi the Incidents narrated. One ot -them ia the following: Lrd Tyrone and Miss were born in Treland, and were left orphans In their inncy to the care of the came person, by wooui they were both educated In the principle" of deism. Their guardian dying wherthey were each of them about fourteen yesra oi age, they fell Into very different bands. Alter some years were elapsed and both vere grown up, they made ' a solemn promise to each other that whichever should d. first would, if permitted, appear to the tber to declare what religion wau mnst anrv'oved bv the Supreme Being. Mis if as shortly af...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 July 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. JULY 15 18751 THURSDAY, JULY 15. InconocLa3m seems tabs en the Increase. The fallacy of glorious traditions, historical poetical and romantic, is being exposed on every Land. Indeed, inconoclasm appears to be the animating spirit of the age. DeTelopocct3 are alrcostt daily made tending to disprove traditions that brve been banded down from neneratlon to generation for centuries. One of the latest illustration of tbla tendency of tho times is tbe active opposition in Parta to the proposed repairs upon the famous tomb of Heloise and Abeiard in the cemetery of Pere la Chaise. It is insist! that the tomb Is only a modern forgery, and i3 not, as has been contended, a spocimenjof medieval architecture. The leader of the opposition is M. VIollet le Due, the celebrated architect and restorer. lie claims that the tomb was destroyed during the -first revolution, and that the remains or the lovers were scraped out of the sarcophagus that the peasant who pur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 July 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY JULY 15 1875, 5 v THE STATE AT LAliUE. ita value. KEFLEX OF TBE INDIANA PREMS, A1X.YM COCNTT. Ti.a tv.rt Wivne Sentinel has rjducad but not ita readable Basinet is business, and no apology I needed for condutlns business so as to make it profitable. The SaDtinel announces that the Hoc. Wm. S. Ilolman, congressman from the filth district, U la the city, ft ?oest of his n,poers, tne Hoa. A. H. and Montgomery Hamilton. CLARKE COUN'TY. The city jillof Jeffersonville is not a fit place for Drboaers they till out and hurt themselves. Oao fall out Saturday night and was bo badly n.jurea m to require tne serviced of a physician. The News says: Dr. Wm. F. Sherrod, attending physician at the prison, reports only wjven patients in the hospital, out of near SOD convicts now ia that institution. CAS COUNTY. Tha Phro tella it: A bit? snake has been seen ia Taber'a wools, up Esl river. Three men with guns came across it the other daj , and were so frightened by ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 July 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. JULY 15 18751 G HUB MISS UN. BY CCLIA THAXTEB. 1 From Harper's Magazine for August.l The sparrow sits and fdnfts. and sings; tsottly the auoset's lingering light Lies rosy over rock and turf, Anl rejden where the restless sari Tosmm on nigh Ha plumes of white. Uently and clear the sparrow sings, Vhli twilight teals across the sea, And tili and bright the evening stir Twinklt aboe tue golien bar That in the Wet lies quietly. Oh, steadfastly the sparrow sins1. And awet the sound ; and sweet the touch Of wooing winds: and the sight Of happy Nature's deep. delight In her fair Spring, desired so much! But whi'e so clear theVparrow feints A crv of death Is tn my ear: Th3 crashing of the riven wreck Breakers that sweep the shuddering deck, And souuds of agony and fear. How In It that the birds can sing? Lite ia so lull of bitter pin: Hearts are so wrung with hopeless grlei; V.. is so Ion? aud joy 90 brief; Nor shall the lost return again. Though rapturo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 July 1875

I . 1 i THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. JULY 1 1875 r r 4 JIORITURI 8ALUTAMUS. BY HENRY W. LONGFELLOW. , I Written for the fiftieth anniversary of the ein of lö In ttowdoln College. Published, by arrangement with the author, exclusively ia Harper 'a Magazine. Troporalabuntur. Tacltisqueseneselraus annls, t fuglnnt freno non remoranie ales. Ovid. Fastorum, lib. iv. H) Casar, we who are about to die Htdute you!" was the gladiators cry In tbe arena, Unding face to face Y Ith death and with the Roman populace. O ye faml lar scenes-ye groves of Pine, Tliat once waa mine and are no longer mine. Thou river, widening through the meadowi green To the vast sea, bo near and yet unseen Ye halls, la whose tecluslon and repose Pnantoms of fame, like exhalations, rose And vanished, we who are about to die Uute you ; earth and air and sea and sky, And the Imperial sun that scatters down tils sovereign splendors upon grove and town. Ye do no! answer us ! ye do not hear ! Ve are forgotten ; and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 15 July 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. TIIUltSD AY JULY 15 1875 A. C .A. H D Trade Paloe, Oct. 7 To the Country Readers: We respectfully Bsk your Imniatiiata attention to the best selected tock of Dry Goods, Notions and Mil ioery ever brought to'his city, by aiving our individual attention to buying in New York, we hav secured a line of Silks, Black Goods. Dress Goods. Do me tics, Woolens. Flannels, Shawl3, Table Linens, Blankets, Comforts, Notions and Millinery at auch rates ana on such terms as enaoles ua to offer the. lowest prices known inc 1862. Our priecs are alike to -it nnH nrftnners as well as oin- ers will find-at no other more attractive goods or prices. houss lower CO., :d s. TBADK PALA.CE. FINANCE AND BUSINESS. GENERAL TRADE MATTERS. THE EUROPEAN' MONEY MARKET. ler sinc-e the bts'inniuK of tbo seriös o great failures in England, tho Bank of Ku Piardhfisbeen stfadily gaining in bullion On tho 5tb of May the bullion account stood a: .CJ0,x)9,0CO; acd now tbe axount is about --J .'X ...

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