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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 July 1875

( I J r i mf ' TOI 'XXIV 48. UNDER TUE GREAT ELM. BY J ASrt RUSSEI.I. LOWXLI.. I: ,eui read at Cambridge on the hundreth anniversary of Washington's laking command of -., Americ army, üd July, 177a. I. l. Wcrda es wind, bat where great deeds were A powe?abKes transfused from sire to ans Tbe hoy feels deeper meanings thr II A-aii ThUUcglinj through nl puise life-long stall WUhreri ImpuU.on to keep honor clear. wL. roiniing down, his father whispers, "Hera . .... u. .i llr. where we stand, siooa tuc Wh-ise soul n- siren baseness could aaspere, Tfct-i nameless, now a power and mixed wlMi fate " Historic town. thou holdest sacred Jost. Once knowu to men as pious. learn l, Just, And one niemoruV pile that dares to last. But Memory greets with reverential kiss No srot in 11 th circuit sweet as this, Trr.ch.-d by tuet m1e t glory fj.1' O tr which Von elm hath piously displayed TP; e hundred 3 ears its monumental shade. 2. or our swift pe thronen this scenery )f life and death, more durable...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 July 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY JULY 22 1875 HELIOTROPE. From All The Year Kouud-l How strong they are. those subtle pell.That lnrk In leaves and tlower-belis, llising from i'aint perfumes ; Or mlne'Inz with some olden ßtrain, Btrifee through the music shafts of pain, Aud people tmpty rooms. They come upon ua unaware, In crowded halls and open air, And In our chamber still; A song, an odor, or a bird, Evokri the spell, and stritte the ciioid, And all our r ulses thrill. I loitered but s.n hour ago, With lagging footsteps tired ana slow. Alonz the garden walk; The Summer twilizht wrapped me round, Throngh open windows came the sound, Of Bong aud pleasa&t talt. The odor-stealinj dews lay wet And heavy on tue ininouette That crept atut the feet ; Upon the folded moy vest That clothed the ruby rose s breast, It fell 1m droppings sweet. It fell on beds of purple bloom. From whence .arose the rare perfume f dainty he lotrope; Which smote my heart with sudden power My favo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 July 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. JULY 22 1875 A MURDER0Ü3 HOUSEKEEPER. EXCITEMENT I A SEW ENGLAND VILLAGE A TOO FASCISATIXQ PHYSICIAN PREVIOUS MATRIMONIAL VENTURIS. nbr tfosai'.s of a Massachusetts sensation wa;u um t een noted in thoe columns, are lumped lvlhe N York Sun: Fashionacie rthalnptrn s;Jety Is agitated by an attempt at raurdor. and the scandalous developments which threaten to grow out or it, Tbe par.ies are Dr. Austin W. Thompson, a physician who figured in a divorce nuit a lew ye ars ago, and Mrs. Aurora Iv. Dimmock, who was formerly bis housekeeper, and wbo. it would appear, ought now to be Mrs. Thompson. Ending herself cast off and the doctor not true to his word, she became so enraged that she called at LU bouse, early Tuesday morning, with intent to take bis lifo and then her own. The doctor answered Wie bell, and tbe woman immediately drew a pistol and pointed it at him. The doctor turned the weapon irom its aim, and tried to wrench it irooi ter. By the explos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 July 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY, JULY 22 18751 THURSDAY, JULY .22. In the letter of n. V. Redfield, of the Cinc'nnati Commercial, published In Sundav's Sentinel, describing General Preston, whose recent oration baa created such an excitement throughout the south, Washing ton and Lee University, at Lexington, is mentioned as the place where the speech wes delivered. This is an error. The address was given at the University of Vir ginia at Chariotteville. The London board of trade has reported that the loss of the Schiller was due to the dfltprminatlnn of tb.3 C3Dtain to take the chances and push on through the fog which came upon the vessel at about one hundred and fifty-two miles from the Scilly Islands. The board does not censure Capt.Thomas par ticularly,- remarking that he acted prcdsely as other captains are accustomed to do, and that be was slmp'y more unfortuuate and riAt mora careless than other members or the profession, lie failed to heave thelead as he is required by b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 July 1875

THK INDIANA STaTK iNTINKL THURSDAY, JULY -22 1875 THE STATE AT LARGE. KEFLEX OF THE INDIANA PRESS. ALLEN COCSTY. The Fort Wayre Gazttte states that a jcucg wciadu -who resided in Ohio, and wiiwe fond and doting parents bave done everything that wealth coald to afford her i;i the advantages ot an education, was seduced while atlendini? a eeminary, and was induced bv her soducer to come toour city. Aitr the parties remained here a few days she was deserted", as might have been ex-r-ected, and thrown upon the "cold charities of an unlrieudly world." The "found" a new "triecd," who induced her to enter a infamous homo, where her ruin is already .t redemption. FLOYD COCJirY. The Ledger sajs that aboat lour miles Jrorii New Albany the lightning struck and shattered ;welvo telegraph poles. "ear whra. the fia3h struck a lady was stunned, -atiTaTsoy knocked Insensible. James M. Hester, the son ot Mrs. J. A. Robinson, eight years of age, was drowned Fridav afternoon. While attempting to jump ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 July 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. JULY 22 18751 INDIAN INIQUITIES. PROF. MARSH'S STATEMENT. Extracts Showing the Agent's Dishonesty and the Frauds in Beet, Park, Flour, Sugar, Tobacco and Freightage. DELANO AND SMITH RESPONSIBLE. MAR'H'S PROOF AGENT S AVILLE CONTRACTS WITH DISHONEST PARTIES EFFORTS OK THE DEPAKrM KNT TO CONCEAL Til K FACTS WROXO WEIGHT AND MISCOUNTS-GENERAL CHARACTER OF THE SsUPPLIfcS DÜLANOAND SMITH HiVK LO.NU KNOWN OF TUESU FRAUDS. In connection with the letter of Prof. Marsh to the president, published Wednesday morning.the pruiessor submitted a long statement ot some of the frauds which came under bia own ob3ervatiou. The following is an extract, showing that the Indians are Bvs'ematlcally miscounted and that thev are supplied with insufficient and rotten blanke'beside much other matter, being neces parily omitted lor lacfc oi room. Atter e xplaining how tbe matter was forced upon eis attention, the professor says: Io the firt conversion I bad with Had Cloud,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 July 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINRi. THUKSDA Y JULY .22, 1875, ( CALL-VP. ! Kro: tte French of Victor Hugo. I waotdreimingof Roce; lUx came o ihe wood with e-Vti-d of tUi na thal-who knows . Utracght sue teei-fcd to be. A coJ-1 ns marble, I. WhiiIu with careless striae. I f.ixke ot the flowers and sky ; Why did tier glance cuide? The dewdrop kiss at onr feet. We wandered down the dale , for me the tluuhh sung sweet, For Kose tte nignungaie. I sateen, Willi a gloomy face, Tortntv Rh- her eye hon bright, For He the nightingale sung with grace ; 1 to ntKÄblnf palled with might. Hose had a noble mien : the raised her arm so white Jt gleamed tarough the leafy green, 1 saw, but without delight. There Cowed, ko clear and deep. A fresh and mossy stream, lis murmur lulled the woods to s.eep Ot love (what e.se?) to dream. Rose with a piquant air, tso innocent and gay, Her dainty loot did bare; 1 had no eyes that day. I was confuted and shy, I knew no", what to say, Sometimes 1 heard her sigh. Again he...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 22 July 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY JULY 22 1875 8 Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers: We respectfully ask your Imme -a atautteniion to the best selected tock orDry Goods, Notions and Mil i-j-ry ever orought to this city. By riving our individual attention t uving in New York, we havN,ured n lino of Silke. Black Goods. Dress Goods. Domotics. Voclens Fianrels, Shawls, Table Linens, Blankots, Comforts, otionaaid Millinery at such rates an en such terms as enaDles us to offer the lowest prices known since 1802. Our priecs are alike to 11 o.,H nmnnirs SS Wei BS OIH- era will find at no other mora attractive goods or prices. 31, S. AT"RS3 & TRADE PAL.VCZ housa lower CO. FINANCE AND BUSINESS. WEEKLY BUSINESS RECOKD. FOREIGN COMMERCE. Tha f.l'r.wlusr tables and comments are fr-x;; :he New York Journal of Commerce IXlljaTS FROM 'RW YORK TO FOREIGN POKTd JANUARY 1. 1S71. yvK SIX MONTHS FROM 174. lorii?stie produce.. .. Fmelsn free goods l)o. t!Utli.ble. hi'e.ind bullio...

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

tfifjf fr"- raw y r? i I 1 SV .4 W Jll I I III III 111 A I I V "VOL. XXIV-KO. 49. JOHN OTIIE SMITHY. Down Vi the vale where the mavis Kings. , Andlhe brook is turning aa old-time whee., Fro-n morning till nlaht the anvil rings, wrere lonn u me nmuny is s"1 My lord rides oat at the castle ga!. Mr ladj is graod in bower and hall, "With men and maidens to cringe and wa.tAnd John O'the Smithy to pay for all. The bishop rides in a coach and four, His grooms nd horses are fat and sleek. He hau lacke s behind and lacieys before. He rides at hundred guineas a week. The anvil In sin ng Its ten pounds tea. The navls pipe from the birken spray, And this is tha bob that fills the glea, John O'the Smithy has all to pay. John has a daughter rosy and sweet, , My lord has a son with a wicked eye. When she bears the Bound of his. horse's feet. Her heart Uats quieter, she knows not why ; She will kno v very well before the cud , he will learn to curse their rank and prne, Wnenshe lias ihe young lord'...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, THURSDAY JULY 29 1875 A DREAM. IIY ELIZABETH AKEKi ALLEN. i. -i. i ,)aitn n rtnvnt delizut! How I hav loused for joa, momma anl üi;hl . WmrhRil yt VOU. Iimeu lor juu, an iu throu;n. Craving no boon ana no Diessms uui j - Li",, . . i . . Prayed for you, p.ead lor you, suus-n vain. ..as HVX I1M iut Oh' I have sorrowed and sufTVred so mnca Since I Unanswered your lips' loving touch Through the night wntchts, in dayli4h. broad tot ftjfi Anguih(d by visions and torturfd by dreams JJretrin so rep'.tte with bewildering paiu. Him It Is throbbing In heart and lu brain; Oh ! for 1 dreamed-keep me close to your side, Darling, O darling-1 dreamed you had died.! Hreanied that I stood by your pillow, and heard From your ple lips loves last half-uttered vir irrt And, by the lizht of the May morula? skies, Watched vour face whiten, and saw your t dear lazing far into the Wonderful LandKelt your :ond fingers grow eo d la my hand ; "Darlinff." you whispered, "my darling, y...

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

THE INDIANA STATK SENTINEL THURSDAY, JULY 29 1875 3 HOME AND rARM. 1 ..d that if farmer will throw out XL u.cl sheaves in stacking their wheat, ad spi'Iulile salt over it as they stack It, the Vheat w'll curs and aavo rnuh. better than If the lt is not used. This is the. experience of an old farmer who baa ealted hia stacks for vears, and can be relied on. It also adds to the Talu9 of the 6traw. The following is submitted by one who has tried it as cere for potato bugs: Take dog fennel and place it ia a kettle full ol -water and boil it, making strong decoction, and 'when cold sprinkle the vines tfcoriniT a rftmaion eormkler. lie 1 1J " 111 1 . Ud.AJffe " ' - av8 it cleaned them out efteotuaiiy. It is ertairly worth a trial, ana n trua it will get rid of two nuisances at once. A farmer informs the Kentucky Home Journal that he always turna his sheep on hia standing corn after it is in lull ear. TLey destroy many weeds that would ctherw iae nsaeed the ground, clean up the fence rows ...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY, JULY 29 18751 THURSDAY, JULY 2. Within thrc weeks past there have been reported three mercantile failures In the brisk little city of Danville, Illinois. One was a seller of dry goods, another of queensware, and the last of bats and caps. In each and every case the parties failing appear to have boen honorable men, and in one case, at leafat, the Sentinel knows that both honesty and a fair business experience were forced to yield to adverse fortune. In the present condition of trade, as the Sentinel has before stated, there is but a poor chance for the merchant .who lacks ample capital of bis own to keep above water. The old methods of merchandizing will not do in these doll atd doubtful times. Profits are too small on st3pte goods, too many goods must be handled to cover expenses, the babit of retrenchment and small purchases, the distribution of patronage among numerous competitors, all combine to hamper and entangle the merchant who undertakes...

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

THE INDIANA STATE KISiTINEL THURSDAY. JULY 2) 1S75 V SHITTING VV SHOP. .TAILTJRE OP A PROMINENT FIRM, DUNCAN, SUEiniAN A CO, SUSPEND THI XDER IS A CLEAR 6 KT A FIRM OK U.V BOUNDED CKBOIT PASSES IN ITS CHIPSHONORABLE CONDUCT OP WILLIAM BUTLER nrvriv A KLL'RBY ON WALL STREET SURMISES AND CONJECTURES. New York, July 27. Duncan, Sheinian A -Co. suspended this morning, causing ereat excitement in Wall street. Gold jumped to il 1G' UDon the announcement of the bus pension of Duncan, Sherman & Co. and tberurnoredemeM-raasmentof other house?, but soon fell to ?1 14. The Evening rost has the following in its finincial column "The quietness of Wall street was broken in the oonAnH Knur of t IHinMg bV tbe tDthat the banking house of Duncan, Shermen fc Co. had closed their doors and suspended payments. A clap ol thunder in a clear sky could not have caused more consternation, and at the Stock Ex chan, Gold Exchange and Cotton Ktcbanpe there was great excitement. The liabilities cf th...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY. JULY 29 18751 6 THE PliUMBt.K'd KEVJSüUk:. A LE,3D OF MAEISON AVi-:-.'. BY G. T. LANIGAN. From the New York World. CANTO I. THE DEATH-BED OATH. It was some thirty years ao, An evening calm and red, .... Wnen a gold-haired stripling stcoJ bcMde iiisfa'.bcr'sdilng bed. trend, my son," the sick man said, tTnto my d sins tones. And swear eternal vengeance to The accursed rtce of Jones. For why! Jost nineteen years 20 A Irl sa by my s-de. With cheei of rose and breast of snow. My peerless, promised bride. A vip-1 by the name of Jonea Came in between u.s twain; Witn honeyed words he stole away My lovetl Belinda Jane. For he wm rich and 1 wai poor. And poets ali are fctupid Who f-in the God of ove Is not Cupidity, but Cupid. Perchance 'tis well; for, bad 1 wed That maid of darlc brown cnrL, You had not been, or been, instead Of boy, a pair of girls, ow. listen to me. Waiter Smith; Hie to ym plumber bold. And thou would 'rt eae my dying paug, Iiis 'prent...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY 3 ULY 29 1875. s 1 HUDSON RIVER BRIGANDS. THE BANK-. INFECTED WITH ECROLAP.SRAIDS OS THE m-IDENCSS OF CLABA LOUISE KELI.CK.O J XD JUDOE PIERREPOST A HEION OF TE3KOP No', only c tv cf New York, but oter o to Lave banditti. ,ar.s o: stats as well, see n iai.n oirn r.vf-rtn the reign of TLo lichtster Union savs: As briefly reported in car dispatches jester Jay, a series ;d rJbrio of ;ae most startling character h..ve bees committed recently at var'.ovn p-l.T.i along tte Hudson liver. There every reason to believe that these depredations are the work of an organized gang of brigands Tvnosa headquarters are In the mountains, an t their exploits hive been so daring that actual reisn of wrror prevails In some localities. The iittle village of Cold feprings eems to be the favorite tramping grouDd of the desperaioes. For at least lour years past the most dariDg burglaries and robberies have occcrred there and in the vicinitv. The r?t of any note wa?J an at...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. THURSDAY JULY 29 1875 A. O A. R D Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers: We respectfully ask your Imme diate attention to the best selected mtock of Dry Goods, Notions ana Mil'inery ever brought to this city. Bv aiving our individual attention to buying in New York, we have Una of Silks. Black nrtrH nress Goods Domeucs. Tir-krki or a priAnneiS. Shawls, Table Linens, Blankets, Comforts, ioand Millinery at such rates y. eiivi trms as enables us ffT tho lowes' urices known eince 1862. Our priocs are alike to all, and Grangers as wen as omers will find at no other houss more attractive goods or lower prices. Xj S. AYUB3 Sc CO., TRADE PALA.CK. FINANCE AND BUSINESS. WEEKLY "BUSINESS REVIEW. MOSEY MATTERS. Tee condition of financial aSairs ii very much the same both in this country mid in Europe. Heavy failures and a lack of enn-fi.-terwe hv raritalis's are ou both sides of the water alike. A private letter from an intelligent Pniladelpbian, under d te of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 July 1875

tfifjf fr"- raw y r? i I 1 SV .4 W Jll I I III III 111 A I I V "VOL. XXIV-KO. 49. JOHN OTIIE SMITHY. Down Vi the vale where the mavis Kings. , Andlhe brook is turning aa old-time whee., Fro-n morning till nlaht the anvil rings, wrere lonn u me nmuny is s"1 My lord rides oat at the castle ga!. Mr ladj is graod in bower and hall, "With men and maidens to cringe and wa.tAnd John O'the Smithy to pay for all. The bishop rides in a coach and four, His grooms nd horses are fat and sleek. He hau lacke s behind and lacieys before. He rides at hundred guineas a week. The anvil In sin ng Its ten pounds tea. The navls pipe from the birken spray, And this is tha bob that fills the glea, John O'the Smithy has all to pay. John has a daughter rosy and sweet, , My lord has a son with a wicked eye. When she bears the Bound of his. horse's feet. Her heart Uats quieter, she knows not why ; She will kno v very well before the cud , he will learn to curse their rank and prne, Wnenshe lias ihe young lord'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 July 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, THURSDAY JULY 29 1875 A DREAM. IIY ELIZABETH AKEKi ALLEN. i. -i. i ,)aitn n rtnvnt delizut! How I hav loused for joa, momma anl üi;hl . WmrhRil yt VOU. Iimeu lor juu, an iu throu;n. Craving no boon ana no Diessms uui j - Li",, . . i . . Prayed for you, p.ead lor you, suus-n vain. ..as HVX I1M iut Oh' I have sorrowed and sufTVred so mnca Since I Unanswered your lips' loving touch Through the night wntchts, in dayli4h. broad tot ftjfi Anguih(d by visions and torturfd by dreams JJretrin so rep'.tte with bewildering paiu. Him It Is throbbing In heart and lu brain; Oh ! for 1 dreamed-keep me close to your side, Darling, O darling-1 dreamed you had died.! Hreanied that I stood by your pillow, and heard From your ple lips loves last half-uttered vir irrt And, by the lizht of the May morula? skies, Watched vour face whiten, and saw your t dear lazing far into the Wonderful LandKelt your :ond fingers grow eo d la my hand ; "Darlinff." you whispered, "my darling, y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 July 1875

THE INDIANA STATK SENTINEL THURSDAY, JULY 29 1875 3 HOME AND rARM. 1 ..d that if farmer will throw out XL u.cl sheaves in stacking their wheat, ad spi'Iulile salt over it as they stack It, the Vheat w'll curs and aavo rnuh. better than If the lt is not used. This is the. experience of an old farmer who baa ealted hia stacks for vears, and can be relied on. It also adds to the Talu9 of the 6traw. The following is submitted by one who has tried it as cere for potato bugs: Take dog fennel and place it ia a kettle full ol -water and boil it, making strong decoction, and 'when cold sprinkle the vines tfcoriniT a rftmaion eormkler. lie 1 1J " 111 1 . Ud.AJffe " ' - av8 it cleaned them out efteotuaiiy. It is ertairly worth a trial, ana n trua it will get rid of two nuisances at once. A farmer informs the Kentucky Home Journal that he always turna his sheep on hia standing corn after it is in lull ear. TLey destroy many weeds that would ctherw iae nsaeed the ground, clean up the fence rows ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 29 July 1875

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL THURSDAY, JULY 29 18751 THURSDAY, JULY 2. Within thrc weeks past there have been reported three mercantile failures In the brisk little city of Danville, Illinois. One was a seller of dry goods, another of queensware, and the last of bats and caps. In each and every case the parties failing appear to have boen honorable men, and in one case, at leafat, the Sentinel knows that both honesty and a fair business experience were forced to yield to adverse fortune. In the present condition of trade, as the Sentinel has before stated, there is but a poor chance for the merchant .who lacks ample capital of bis own to keep above water. The old methods of merchandizing will not do in these doll atd doubtful times. Profits are too small on st3pte goods, too many goods must be handled to cover expenses, the babit of retrenchment and small purchases, the distribution of patronage among numerous competitors, all combine to hamper and entangle the merchant who undertakes...

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