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

THE INDIANA STATEi SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. ;NOIBEK 24, :1375' I THE COMEDIAN'S LAST NIGHT. ST ISMC9D C. 8TEUMA.M. Vol yet! No, no, you won Id not quota i That meanest of the critic's (engt? Iwu surely not of tu they wrote Those words, too late the vir ran lug; Tis not so very lata with me; I'm not so old a that, yoa know. Though work and trouble as yoa Me (Not yean) have brought me acraewbat low. 1 failed, yon cay? No, no, not yet ! , Or, if I did, with suea a past, Where i the man would bave me quit Without one triumph at the last? bat one night more a little thing To yoa i swear tls all 1 ask ! Once more to make the wide house ringTo tread the boards, to wear tbe mask, To move tbe coldest as of yore. To make them laugh, to make them cry, To be to be myself once more. And tben, li riant be. let me die! Tbe prompter's bell! I'm bere.you see; By Heaven, Irlend, you'll break ray heart! A1 Uolig' called: let be, let beNone bat my eil shall ct the part! Ye, think yoa, boy, III take your cha...

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

' THE . i INDIANA'STATE. SENTINEL WEDNESDAY f NO VEJIBEli 24;' 11875. :8 A CA HD. Trade Paiac.Oct. 7. To the Country Readers: vtxr- iMnotfullv BBk vour imme dinte attention to the' best selected I Koelc of Dry Ooods, Notions and Millinery everbroutfht to this city. By giving our Individual attention to buylag in New York, we hav secured a line of Stlke, Black Goods Dress Goods. Dometts, Wooleas. Flannels, Siiawls. TaCle Linens, Blankets, Comforts, Notions and Millinery sU such rates and on such terms as enaoles us to Offer the lowes prices known ince 1S32, Our pr?oca are alike to all, and Orangers as weh as others will find st no other house more attractis . goods or lower prices. Xj. S- AYUE3 &c CO., TRADE 17iVr.A.CK. FlMAJiCE AND BUSINESS. WEEKLY REVIEW OF THE HOME MAKKKT. Tdmit Erm.va, November 23. FINANCE. Locally there is not much which Is new that ran 'be aald this week. The an Us report currency career, If snything, thaa last week, and they are Bill importing dt b...

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

r?0 I ry I , 1 I ) VOL. XXY 10. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 8. 1875 WHOLE XUMBEttl.82f lit- a Iii I fr I Ii . i ii in in win iiiii a i it vi wi l l' a i vy i it i i i.i in i . .V 1 r CONSTRUCTIVE CONTEMPT, THE BARTHOLOMEW BUSINESS. PRATHER AS A PUTtGER. Forty DoIIcjs Worth of Contempt for a Court that Needs Purging. THE SENTINEL'S CONTEMPT CASE. JL FES PICTURE OF PRATHER WHO WOULDN't HAVE OOSTEMPr FOR SUCH AS HE? The most memorable day in tbo history of Bartholomew county was Friday, December 3d, A. D. 1875. Early on that eventful morning the citirens of Columbus Jumped from tbelr beds, broke the Ice in their do mestic pitchers, bolted tbelr breakfasts and then mounted their housetops to look out for the Indianapolis train. The idea had become general that some paper in Indian apolis had smutched the parity of Allen s W. Prat her 'a indicia! ermine: that the conrt had thereupon reilizsd that it might under some circumstances be an object of contempt, and acting upon that convic...

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

f TIIE INDIANA! STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY; DECEMBER 8,1875. Sale fo. Street Improvement. Sale for Street Improvement. Sale for Street Improvement. Sale for Street Improvement. Sale for Street. Improvement. Notice to Non-Reeldent. ) r ' i 1 . ' ! By vlrtne of certain precept to me dirt-cted, by the Mayor of tbe city of Indianapolis, Indiana, and dalr attested by the cterfc of Haid city, under tbe corporate seal of Maid city, 1 will ca SATURDAY, Pecomber 13th, 175, at pnbilc auction, at the City Court Hoota, between the hoar.' or It) o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock P. M. of said day, the following described lot or rarcel of land, or so muco thereof a may b nece'ft&ry to satisfy the mm herelnalter Dtmnl as aeed against nach premises for street lmprovcraeut, and all coU, to-wlt: Lot No. forty-one (11) In Parkman and Pier' tab livinlonof lailauaooüüft Cincinnati IUUroad romraaT'i aidltloa to the city of Indian apolis, Marion couaty. Indiana, owned by Oscar F . niliVt K'älUV WUl'vl...

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

.THE INDIANJLST JVEDESDAy DECEMBER 8, 1875 IN THE VASTY DEEP. HOW THE ALBERT GALLATIN WEST DOWN IN THE PACIFIC. PLUCKY WOMAN THRILLIXO ADVISTUBÄS KIOHTKKN DATS IS A SMALL BOAT. The San Francisco Chronicle tolls theaubfoinod story of the sea in its interesting style of narrative On the steamer Mikado, which arrived in this port on Saturday list, came Captain Groves aud Iiis wite and two children one a babe who had had a most remarkable scape from the never-satisfied laws of old Oestro. All that human beings .could suffer, endure and live, fell to their' unfortunate lot. The captain and bis wile are both comparatively youcg, and look sufficiently careworn to have borne the burdens ot many more years than have yet rolled over " their beads. The lady - is small, delicately formed, and yet plucky, or courageous, and full of animation when detailing the thrilling adventures tbrongh which 8he and ber buaband had pae5. On April 29, they left Antwerp lor Callao in the ship Albert Gallatin. T...

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

4 '4r c.r x. r o MXHE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 8, 1875 o vE(?c ill WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8. If the judge now presiding over the court in Bartholomew county should attempt to call before his bar all the citizens ot Bartholomew county that have contempt for him, be would have the entire population there I fore him. Tbeeititens of Bartholomew hare taxed themselves heavily to erect a fine coart house and a missive jail that justice may have, a dignified position, and tbat felons may have a secure retreat. How do they like the idea ot reversing the order, and placing the self-confessed forger upon the bench and the citizen who would uphold tbe n;e-dy of the law and the dignity ol the coart In the felon's cell? It wit not the pmpoee of the Sentinel to involve JaJgeUresham, or any other person, in aLaricg Its contempt for Allen W. Prather who preside in the courts of Bartholomew county temporarily, but since the J ad-9 has publicly uttered it upon the strtets, tnd another o...

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

6? friends have based his clalmi principally Wpon hl service aa . governor of Indiana, and have boeu pleased to designate him as the -'Great War Governor." Bat If his Claims are predicated upa the ability he displayed In war, they will to met by counter claim for hie principal rival, who la na iceaUonably tba greiter military man of the two. General Grant bi often smelt gunpowder, and If the tnator ever d d it waa on a mall scale or at a aafe distance. Toe president may have also tasted it for aught wa know, for aold;era sonietlir ea mix the Tillainoua aaltpolcr with their whisky to give them dash acd daring. In this, loo, he has an advantage over the senator, lor tbf latter la not noted for hi ability to atilire either gunpowder or whisky. Therefore, il Senator Morton relies for lanxM ou bis war racotd, or bU ability to drink wti'ky or burn gunpowder, hi aapi: itions will coaoe to naught. Some other quality or merit mnat be developed and kniwti, or else, in hi contest with General ...

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

;tWiHDIÄNÄSTÄ fvauiLTy,". GONE TO MEET "BAB. The Indiana Bing Broken, the Bingham Brothers Forfeit their RooognlEanoe and the Rest of them PI sad Guilty and Throw Themselves on the "Mercy of the ' Court. TI1K PJNGIIAM BUOT1TERS. HTSICIA.N8 VCTTIITY THAT BYRO. Iä SCVFER IN "FROM M8NTAL AND fHYSlCAt. rilOSTRA" TION JOFfN DOW NOT APPRAR AND THEIR "BAH IS IVKCLARKD FORFEITED. By 10 otlock yesterday morning larce number f spectators bad assembled lathe United States Circcic Coart room, Judge Grsnhan preskiing.on account ol the expected disposition ot the crooked'" whisky cases. Judge Gresbam Inquired If the par ' ties were ready lor trial, and Nelson Truster, Esq., district -attorney, eUted that the 1 government waa ready to proceed. Col. Den by and Gen. Shackleford, representing John W, Bingham and Gordon B. 'Bingham, announced that Gordon R. Bingham u sick, mat ne oaa necoui insane, auu was utterly unable to be bene, and stated that they bad the affidavit of his physician showine bia c...

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

-:aa l'-fW' ' THE INDIANA STAT E SENTINEL.' " TTEDlVE feiXAY' DECEMBER 8.1875. 4 4 at - poc ttaaBattaat.)'' ühosts. . . . BK&TUA. rOOI." After it all la Cter, the pala Whoa blttar white heat burned doubt and mistrust, ' - ," Where faith onoe held such a beauteous reign, Aud guilt dm WBM, as ever it must j - Aye, after all when something beside Truer and purer rose op from it all, A ufe, whose love you hare proven and tried, A heart, where shadow or ioh can not fall. 11. After It all, when the aool 1 still. And the afe long yearn, have drifted between, go itranje how a chance old phrase will thrill Down thro' a grave that should long have been green. . , . Every rose-haunted Jane, there awake Rome pallid gaoet of a Jane that Is past, lHvrn thro' the armor of life It break, aV:ne little memory, true to the last. , . . . i . - . " Borna sweetness ever, keepetU a rose. Though in d and Angers daep hid from the d ay , Some faith, like lichen and moss there grows Over love's ru...

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

J the Indiana! state: sentinei;: wedesdat December s: i875. 8 A CARD. Trado Palace, Oct 7. ; To the Country Readare : - V7e respectfully ask your Imme Älate attention to the best selected mock of Dry Ooods, Notions and Millinery ever brought to this city. Byalvlngour individual attention to buying in New York, we hav eecured a line or Silke, Black Goods. Dress Goods. Dometins, Woolens, Flannels, Shawls, Taule. Linens, Blanfcets, Comforts, Notions and Millinery at such rates and cm -such terms as enables us to offer the lowest prices known since 1862, Our priecs are alike to all, and Grangers as well as others Will find at no other house more attractiv . goods or lower prices. TL,. S. AYUES &c CO., TIl-A.DK PALACE. FINANCE AND BUSINESS. TVKEKLY BUSINESS REVIEW. PCBUO FI5AN0E". Under the d splayed head line, "How trade is taxed' the New York Bulletin f resents thg following comparative showing of the ordinary expenditures of the "United Slates government in 1874 and I&...

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

AFFAIRS OF STATE. THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. THE SEVENTH FROM GRANT. An Elaborate Beriew of the Career of the Great Republic for . the Last Century. THE DOCUMENT ADVOCATES THB TAXATION OF CHURCH PROPMSrT. THB MAINTENANCE OF FREE KHOOLS. THB PRESERVATION OF THl haci roucr toward other ratioss AND DI8C0ÜBA8E8 TUB RECOGNITION of THB BEIXIQBBSNT BIGHT OF CUBA, ETC t To theSenal ncl House of Representatives: In eubmltting my seventh annual message to ooncnn. in this the Centennial year of OUT I Jority of la-a powsrs of ths world, rendering practicable me peace! a l eolation or qeeetiona which from time la Um art, leaving a few which demand extended or partlenlar notice. Tue oorres pondence of the department of state with omr diplomatic representative abroad la transmitted herewith. I am happy to announce the passage ef an act by the general eorte of Portugal. proclaimed since the adjourn ment or coagresa, lor we abolition or servitude In the Portuguese colonies. It la to fee hoped tbat suc...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 8 December 1875

ein bin. Hence it Is advisable to leara by experiment their bt construction od applies Uon .as well as effect; 5. A permanent organization for the signal service corpg. Tbl servlee has nor become - necessity of peace as we'l as war under me advancement made by the present able management; e. A renewal of the appropriation for compiling the official records of the war etc. The onuM-m ofour navy at this time is a subject of sat tf .ctlou. It does not contain, it is true, anv or tne powerra cruisinr ironciaas which make so mach of the maritime siren gl h of some other nations, bat neither our conti nental situation nor our foreign po.iry requ reit that we should hare a large no saber of ships of this character, while tu is situation and Xbe na'ure of our port con tin u to make tboe of ot'uer nations little dangeroas to as ander any elrcirastancei. OUR If ATT doe contain. bewever, a eonslderaironclads of tbV monitor though not properly ble number of clan, which. cruisers, a 'e poverful ...

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

I. ? VOL. XXVNa 17. INDIANAPOLIS. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 15, 1875 WHOLE NUMBER W30 Sale for Street ImproTament. Sale for Street Improvement. Sale for Street Improvement. Salt for 0 tre et Improvement. Sale for Street Improvement. Sale for StreatLnproTeincat. S8iue m i S vlrtud of ft aertala proet)t to nt directed, by the Mayer of tne eity of Indianapolis, ladlaaa. and duty attested by the clerk of said city, under the eorsraie aesu of said city, I will oa SATURDAY, January 8th, 1376, men at public auction, at the City Court Koon, between the hoar of 10 o'clock x. and 4 o'clock r. x.of said day, the following described lot or parcel of land, or o mucb thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the mm hereinafter named a awwaed against such premises for Bit-eel improvement, and all costs, to-wit: Lot No. flfty-flve (56) In Va Jem's south addition to the city of Indianapolis, Marlon county, Indiana, owned by Jacob fechover and Wan. H. Henschen, against which Is assessed the sum of seven dollar...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15.1875. RISING MAN. Xlght Feet High and Still on the Rise. A TALI tknnesseean. KBARLT UQBT FEET HIOH AT LAST AOCOCJTTS AKD BTILL CLIMBING A OIAUT WITH INDIA KÜBBRK JOINT UTTLK WALKS OF TWIN TT FOUR MILKS. Ibe Franklin, Tennessee, correspondent f the New York Sunday Sun writes: In ill Res of the 'world a departure Irom the lormal growth of man has excited the carllaity of every one. Princes delighted to kare the gre atest extremes ol mankind In their retinues), and the country was easrerly ransacked for both giants and dwarfs. Even the sacred h'a'orlin Mose, t bough bat lew nanus are voucbstfed to oa from those eaily times, did cot heeita'e to end down to later ages the oamea ot giants , of those days Dean Swift baa immortalized bis name by the most extravagant travesty of any agw, in the - production ot the wonderful adventures of Gulliver among the Ltliputlans and tbe Brobdlgnagians. We all remember with what pride Frederick the Great...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 15.1875. 7ot the BnUael I RKHSMBBAWCE. waWaWatrM BT SSSTHA'bCSAKTOlC TOOL, I. A path of Moonlltht down all rer e A sea tht s.t od dreamed ; -while, soft and . , low .-.- t ..'..'. rha Tlols mad ths night an ecstasy . limtth purple, stars begin tojrow. Heart breaking näsle, pleadlDj.bopeleas eyes. And all theee yean of silence grown between, dad la Its grave ototfces doth my past arise, 84 "might bare been"! . XI. yr, ver when the winter wind la wild And snows begin td drift, this vision wakes. That um eld wltohlng splendor that beguiled, And In my.kesrt a galden summer makes. O Love of m!ae afar, where'er to night. Apart you wander by an alien aea. May yon recall In kind, forgiving light. Some thoaght of met ' ' ' ill. IThere palm J against a twilight sky aland tall. And in the darkness bangs a crescent bow, In some far land you hear the surges call, And keep with me. this dream of long ago. Bat better far, the grave grown green above T...

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

0 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, DECEJ'BEK IB. 1875- WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15. Pratker. Allen W. Prsther called upon the Sentinel yetrierday and submitted a statement of his tnubles In the UnlUd States District Court. The affidavits he exhibits and his statement tinder oath of his case would fill about two pages of the Sentinel, which space jesn not b spared. A Mr. Prather waived hi right in the court to introduce thia testimony there, it does not seem necessary to the public good that an ex parte trial should be made of the case at this late date through the columns of the Sentinel. Beeide, Mr. Pratner'a matter Jsnotpreoared for the press, written on both sides, and desiring to preserve the copies, they would require two days steaay worst to orenare for the type-setter. lilt was thought that the publication of thia whole matter womld help the man in his alleged purpose to trr to do better in the future, the Sentinel would be at some pains to print it. Bnt as we are offered -vo...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 15. 1875. 5 faction, 8 Is evinced by the fact that b U to go back la the spring and fill a series of engagement. . Laport Csronlolc: Michael Garrlty, conTlotdd oa the barge of robbing a freight car at Importe some time since, waa sentenced "by Judge Bianfield jeaterday to aix years In the penitentiary. The SolllTan Democrat: The large eagle hnt rarttntlv. bevond . Gravsville. was brought to n. K. Wilson, and by him forwarded to Dr. G. M. Levette, of Prof. Cox's staff, Indianapolis. There will be a re-union of the 84th Indiana Veteran Volunteers at Sonth Bend, Ind., on the 8th of February, 1876, tbat being the 14th anniversary of the departure of that regiment lor the lront. Sullivan Union: The public schools lot Carlisle will give a Centennial literary en tertalnment on the evening of the 17th Inet. A Centennial ailTer medal will be given to the best speller under twelve yeara ol age. a wa - l w" A affa. m m4h uonnersvuie finmiur; n. a....

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

c THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 15, 1875 Tor ue ifewttaei.l BNOW BIKIW. BT LH O. HARRI. Pair pilgrims of the frosen north, Wbeae Hyperborean tempeits Wow, What nilstri bade yon wander forth ; .Vs beraids ef tbe coming mow T roor songtess birds, eondemned to foin, Like silent exiles, far from home. What ua wrought penance doom 70a here. Mate E)mrMn for the dying year? With tireless wing and restless fei Yon wanaer. eeaselessly, alone The tile at vale UiU calm retreat, 80 lately eignem songWhere Flora's rerings charmed the aliht, Wlthlbrrnaof beauty and delight. That teemed their fi ap-ance to dUTaae, In tmnlatlen of Uielr hues. Could j ew bare known bow fair and gar With bob and beauty, was the wood. Ton had et waited till decay Had ehanged It to a solitude. 2T ow, all lta nulody baa fled ; Its flowers are eolorlsss and dead ; And yo, who ne'er beheld their blooaa. Axe come, UiepllgrlDts, to their tomb. Fair wanderers, from the land of snews. What en told mission bri...

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

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 151875 THK DIRCiE. Close ber eyelids softly over, Uon her eyea od bend atre ber ; Uro her baad. and round ber ft ftly fold ber winding-sheet! Ualab! ulalab! Khana la sleeping ' Gather round ber each aad linger, Place tbe rtoc npon ber finger. Praying low tbatUod may late ber fclng, aioc sofüy, lest ye wax ber. Ulalab 1 ulalahl Bhana la sleeping ! As a lioness men foand ber, With herrojal man around her: Up and dawn ber dark realm pacing. Mighty soul'd to batUe raolnf. Ulalahi u-alah! " bhanals sleeping ! Am a eagle p la heaven, Hoar'dshe, tnrongh tbe tempest driven; Prating back both wind aod thunder With bar wrathful wings of wonder. Ulalab I nlalab I bbana Is sleeping! , Mo eb o mal w ber we are crying, Ieed that lloneea la lying Mo eon ma I from heaven 's blue sone, lropa tbat eagle codu atone. Ulalab! ulalab I bbaaa la sleeping! I jet her eleeo, for the 1 weary, Hound ber death-dirge sort and eerie, lt her sleep, for etUi ber spirit ...

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

THE NDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 15, 1875 A CARD. Trade Palace, Oct. 7. To the Country Readers: We respectfully aek your Imme diate attention to the best selected Hock of Dry Goods, Notions and Millinery ever brought tothls city. By giving our individual attention to buying in New York, we have secured a line or Silks. Black Goods, Dress Goods. Dometlos, Woolens Flannels, Shawls, Taule Linens, Blankets. Comforts, Notions and Millinery at such rates and on such terms as enables us to offer the lowest prices known Binee 1802. Our prieos are alike to all, and Grangers as well as others will find fltno other house more attracts . goods or lower prices. Xi. S. A."3T"RIES &c OO. TRADE PALACE. FINANCE AND BUSINESS. WEEKLY BUSINESS UK VIEW. M05KT MATTERS- . II In noteworthy that the country is not nearly a ion.iit.Te to prospective legislation on finance aa at the last congress. Then ever; body expected that by tome magical stroke of tatate making congress would reli...

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