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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 30 April 1885

CHE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEft THURSDAY MORNING' APRIL 30 1885 ff SENTINEL SPECIALS. Richmond Items. Ppcdtl to the SentlneL Hichmosd, Ind., April 2D. H. M. Koberts, a we 1-known citizen of thii city, waaar rested by the Sheriff latt night on a requis ition by the Gofernor of Michan. Mr. Roberts was formerly in the lumber business fcere, belüg the tenior mein . ber of the firm of Roberta A Son, who falle 1 about one year S0. The charge a?aimt . him is obtaining money na der false pra tensis from a lnmber dealer in Grand Ilapida, "Michigan. Mr. Roberta was before Jad?e Kilby to day on an application to be dis charged fcr" alleged defects In the requisi tion. The matter has not 70t beea decidsd. An ordiranct was pa?sed several years ago by cur City Council prohibiting bicycle rid ing cn the pavements, bat it hu never b;an enforced until to day, when Albert Dach, & yotJDg merchant, was arrested for violation said ordinales. Tfce Chief of Polles hu siren notice that the ordinance w...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 30 April 1885

1 vorn. I uau. I Eye, 8 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TlllTiSDAT MORNING" APR iL 30 1885 f iniHCIALAlID COnnERCi&L. HONEY AND STOCKS. Jtew Tork Financial market. aiW TORK. April 20.-Monej Oa cll contin ues etj at 1QVA pet cent. Jfrtiae Mercanüie Paper 135 pel cent. Ear EilTCT ICS. Foreign Excaarpe Continue extremely dall; fcctnal business at 4-C3l33. Government Eoads Firm at unchanjed quo tation!, except C's, which are per cent, higher; There waa a sale of coupon 4'i at 122)-;. Bute Eonds Quiet, with slight changes In quo tations in some eise?. Railway Bonds The market has been quiet to day, but ths business done has been well distrib uted. The ival sales were 7G9.CC0, an Increase over yesterday cf 5S7.0CO. The largest transactions were In Eric, Missouri Pacific, and Fist Tcanes aee, Virginia and Georgia. le talcs of steck today a;;reE'cd 119,215 : Larec ire ji:-iirfr the following: Delaware, Lack rwama si.d Western, 9, COO sharea: Northwestern, .s CCO shares; New York Central...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 30 April 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL THURSDAY MORNING APRIL 30 1885. ITE SiLUIE TUEF, AXD LITE Holdlera brave, ia dr f o'J, Kc;ns d.ngeis rman'oii. Ixkcd cctotntir ki.x t cry "lbee we do aaiutc, od die." rvice for na eartbir k-o o jr.er endinz ca cot uriax" Wsil'Wer thy record r Death 1 all it l7u to tnee. fhrhttisa brave, wbpre'er t?iy way. i i'iuo it li witi joy to kit KJs?. to Don oj-r r-rn we give, Tuee ve do nuu:e, aad l:?e." J-o'Tlc for the ht'acca'T Kin:;, I oe tfil Ufa eternal irin?; lit alcfco line Jl.'e can pite, l:.ru we may aaluir, ail live dunday Mizazinx TiiF. JJACJiKLUirs WOOING. "Hna pu! ' said ilr. Taoaiis Spencer to hiiQ3If as he pulled a cray hair from his left wbiiker; 'hnzsph! IbclitT I'm getting to be a oli bachelor. Forty-one last birthday, an J there's my nephew Tom teen in college for two years, and got engaged to Eara Mars Jen, whose mother, I believe, wai in 1st with me once, and I should not wonder if I wm ja st a little bit taken with har. Positively, I am ge...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 30 April 1885

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL THURSDAY MORNING APKIL :) 1885 TBE DEK7 YOBK STORE (EHTAULilHIIED 1853.) Wash Dress Goods. J?A TINES Wc are showing; over One Hun dred Tieces French and Domestic Satines, m very deiir&ble colors and styles. Saline in Solid Colors. CIKCIIAMS The latest French Novel, tie?, together with all Domestic Makes; also Linen Gingham in fall lines at our Department for Ging, hams. LAWNS Printed Lawn?, Linen Lawn, liiin Lawns, French Organdies an.i L'-tiste Cloth, all new this season. "WHITE GOODS All Staples, as well as a very large line of fancies, in newest styles, at our "White G:od$ Counter. Prices Always in Plain fiimi mm & JOS. A. MOORS, 81 . Margot Ct., Indianapolis, Ind Intent allowed on deposits. In tum of 15 and Upward. Honey to Loan on Improved City and farm rroTcrtTln Indiana end Ohio. City, county and Town ton da, and Pnrchassd KoDfy Notes, bought and eold. Ho leans made execr-t mch as are secured by Cnt Eortaxo on real etato, trlth a larg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 1 May 1885

A 4 I It s VOL. XXXIV--NO. 121. INDIANAPOLIS, Fit IDA Y MORNING, 31 AY 1, 1885. WHOLE NO. 10,185, 4lYY irfWSlIÖ III v . WHEN INDICATIONS. ' TliU FRIDAY. Fair imttir, prtceritil by lecal rnir. variable winde, higher b- ?mttrr, slightly cooler wtalhcr la t h bio Vftlle7, tatlouary temperature la Tauii: Ey far the finest and largest stock of UM DBF In the city may be found at the TV?' r i H wasxr OU;i.i..-Jj Otoe?, at every conceivable price, from 50c to $10, including Gingham, Alpaca, Rubber Waterproof and Silk, Richmond CIO AKKTTR Sraokm who lire willln to pay a little more lor Ciarer.. mmmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmm ttiAii the pri1? pfir;: Mir iiioruinarv imue OfRrette. wilt find the BICHKOND STRAIT CUT No. 1 STJPEEIOIt TO ALL 0TliHS. Iney arc ma3e iroca the tfnru- 1, JdiM-i Lf mutely HAVored, anl Ui;taest Cü'C ;id Leaf crown in Virainia. Mid are Absolutely Yvitrmnt a1 altera Ion or Drugs. We use tue GKNUINE FRENCH IIICE JStraiolit Out NO. I TArhKolour ovu dirct iciporuMou, w.V.ch is xtuce eree...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 1 May 1885

2 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL FRIDAY MOItNING MAY 1 1835. TOE 8TRKLOK 1X1) (J Hi NET. Catalan and Eugltah TVr Ships Specula tion Concerning Tlielr IateutlOBS Toward Oo Another. tfo&rauc, Va., April 30 The Ratiian cor "Vette Btrelck, afler .'eating this port Tas day night, pa sed oat tosa, and is now sap posed to bson her way to New York. Sec ond Secretary Gregor, of the Rus3!an Lega lion, arrived here yesterday, bat left at once for Washington when he learned that the Stielok had departed. The British ship Gar net is tVM at old Point Comfort, but It is thought she will follow ths S:relok at once. Tne I'avitn ehipeeoma tohayegiyen her an tagonist the slip. The Gsrnet wai close by the Stre'ok until Monday, when she droppad down to Fortress Monroe. Under intern tlocal laws the Garnet can not follow und r twenty-four hcors if it is her parpoie to en gage tn Strelok. Now tha S'.ra'.oc hai a speed of tifieen knot3 against the Garnet's thirteen knofs, and her gun are of mac1! large...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 1 May 1885

TBE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 1 1885. 3 a. Y RAILWAY NEWS. "Wben the Value of Kewder to a Main Line Disappears Rapidly Bank rupt Hoad Other Iterce. In a ihcrt time reduced rates to the T7orM'a Fair will be taktn off. Electric headlights are giving eatls!actioa to the company and engineers. Ifijor Emmett will take charge of the i'ckets of the G, H. nd I. to day. The J., IL and I. people are mating ex tniv improvements in the the pare at Ncrth Verr.cn. Mr. Dowd is tatirg a deeptr interest in the afTair of the Moncn tbau any President the road h.s ever had. The reports cf all the Indianapolis raids lor the Kiftt int 1 will thor a heavy increase over thce for Marci. It is harctd from one of the friendi of Ur. E B. Thoniaa, General iliacer cf the Eee Line, that that ptntieiaan has no in tention whatever of resicnlct &r,oat Jane 1, as lag teen heretofore slated. Yesterday waa the last day of the hrst half of the Ureal year cf the Yandalia endir;? Octo ber il, 1S5...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 1 May 1885

1 THE INDIANAI'ULIS DAILT SENTINEL' FRIDAY MORNING MAY 1 1885. FRIDAY, MAY 1. OrriCKj 71 and 73 Weet Market Street. RITES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Indianapolis Reatlnel for lRSI Dally, San da and Weekly Editions. DAILY. Delivered by carrier, per weck...-......l 25 Diily, including Sunday, per wee .. SO IUIly, per annum, by mail..-. . 13 00 lally, per annua, by mall, including Sun d A XH ll i uriTTri - - r 1 iiiiii i i i i i i i n X2 00 Dally, delivered by carrier, per lauaa...-. 12 00 Daily, delivered by carrier, per acjcm. In cluding Sunday. 11 00 Daily, lo newsdealers, per cop7 . 3 BUKP1V. Buaday edition of eUhtv-faur columns.... CO Sunday Sentinel, by carrier...- .1... 2 50 To newsdealari.pcr copy- ... zyt WEEKLY. Weekly, per annum. t 1 00 Tnopcsiasre on subscription! by mail Is prepaid by tbe publisher. Newsdealers supplied at three ccntaprr copy. I'oauge or other charges prepaid. Entered at second-claw matter at the PostoSco at Indianapolis, Ind. Grast has gone to wort: again on bis ne...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 1 May 1885

CHE INDIANAPOLIS DAILl' SENTINELVJFItlDAY" MOPwNING .-MAY 1 1885 5 A BOLD ßOBBEBY. A Iperado Shoots a UAurcKman 1111(1 Express Slesacncer, nines the Safe and Eacapae. Special to the SeallneL Bloomiütox. Ind., April CO. After tbe Chicago exprt sj, doe here at 11 had taten TTiter t ths HarrodBbnrg tank, below here, list night, and gotten fully tinder way, a asaa entered the baggage and exprew cir and struck Cigsagemaster "Webber senseless rith a bludgeon, and then shot American Express Messenger Cecre Davis through the b;aln. When Webber returned to con sc'on3ne33 he ws.3 confronted by the robber, "Who, with reyolTer la hand, compelled him to take the keys from the pocket of Da7is .and unlock the express safe, which the rob ksrriüed, and then shot Webber in the neck, rendering him a;ain nn conscious. He scon regained his SS9:s3 and managed to get to his feet and grasped the bell rope, giving the alarm. As the train slowed up the robber jumped oIT and escaped. The wounded men were brou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 1 May 1885

Ö THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL P1UDAY MORNING' JIAY 12885 gBAHHALAHD COaggBCiAlr. Xlw York Ple!l Karkt. OCT? TOES. April 20.-aioney-On call tontin nes easy at 101, per cent, clo-icg a I per cea:. titxae Kenautde Paper ;a5 pc cent. Ear fcHver-lf;. Foreign Exchange Continues very du!!; actual boMnHi at 4--&34SS. Tte icles o! stf-ci today agsrtgiM 113.01 abarta, inclul&g tr.e IoIIowIhe: Delaware, Lu;. wtuua and Western, shares; Kansas and Tela. 10 ICO shares; Lake there, 45,Cto shires; Ncrthwete:n. CbO sbarcs; rcifi: Mail. 1D.I0J ham; ft. P-nl. 3 JD) shares: Union Pic fif, 12,11) hares: Western Cnicn. 4.600 bares: Oregon Traus vonliaental. 5, 'XO share. (Joicrcnent loads Lava been qolet and quo tations unchanged, except Tor 4', which are p?r cent, lower. Tber.- was a sale of G'a at 10-",, and Ol 4'a coupoa at 122. Etatc Bonds are stesdy. There was a sale o! Mis souri 6 s of 1SJ a: 113. Railway Loncls There wa about the usual amount of business of late in railroid bond", tota...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 1 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL FiUDAY MOltNINO MAY 1 1885 7 &UKDERED. 'I doa't think I can let her go," "id Mr. CleT8, shaking his he". over and over again, while his eldest daughter's letters Iit in his hp, and the spectacles jet poised judicially on his nose. mally throah the boughs of the huge old tyoamore trees which overhung the fara boaaa chimneys, and the first snow flikes of the season were beginning to flatter mistily through the air, and Alics Cleve had jat come from tbe postoiSce with a letter from her married sister Farmer Cleve' daughter bjhia first wife, vrho ha.l married a rich lawyer and gone to lire in tbe city years ao, and who was nearly old enough to ba tire mother of the blue eyed darling of the farm er's old age. "Oh, let her go, father," said Mrj. Cleve the second, who stood la a sort of admiring awe of Ler wealthy and aristocratic step daughter. Only think of it, father, a win ter in Kaw York, and the child has never been oat cf Pico Hills in ail her day...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 1 May 1885

8 TUE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL FRIDAY MORNING MAY 1 1886 THE GEO M STORE W ash Dress Goods. RATINES We are .vliowic over One Ilun. tiftl Picies i'renc!i ami I'omtnic Saline?, in very ilesiia-blr colors and style. Satincs in Solid Colon. CIMWIAMS The latest trench Novel. tit, together with all Domestic Makes; al.o l.inen 1 1 i n h ni in full line- at cur iJcjiironent nr t : nj bains. l.AVNS-l'f'nl l.twn, Pinrn Piwn. I'tain I..m o, l-'rencn Or.üi'li? ami Utitc Clutb, all new tliu v;ivii. VIIITK i;OOI)S All Staples, .is wcll.ua vtrv larc lim nf fanue, In ncwcU style 1, al o.ir YYbite I soils dunler. Puces Always in Plain Fiprcs. JOti. A. MOORE, 04 P.Kkrlot tit., indifttti jlln, Irul tnirrnal allim) mi i'Mnis, In a'lu.a of tii1 f ar,. )lnu f ( Hsu ah iMprovmt '1 1 ami Vnt( t'i-nr lit 1 i'tiuim mot ('iiit. t ur, Countr au't t own iuint, ami t'ti n 1 tf y Nuti , I mi i It I am' rol't, Ii. iti iii Ui rsripl n I a ara kr mm t v trtt nwiflf f'to mi ri linlo, trlllt M lra ttut'tt f Miutlly...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 2 May 1885

mhft , It 2 VOL. XXXIV-NO. 122. INDIANAPOLIS, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 2, 1885. WHOLE NO. 10.1SI). WHEN INDICATIONS. TOR SATURDAY, Fair weather, north ilywlndt, ttatlonary temperature. If a thousand Gentlemen should cfesiro to purchase mm 07ERH0ATS Tc-Day at the Mm Store wo could accommodate every one, so vast is our stock of this health preserving garment, and in thi3 mammoth exhibit we could also, without doaht, sup ply every taste, and conform to the amount to be expended in this direction. Every De partment fully stocked at the WHEN. U4 Inf'antileSkiii I5eantinrs--Aipeal to 21othersTry Them. IT'OR Cleansing the Skin an1 Scalp of Birth 1 Humors, for allaying Itcbinz, Burning and jD!!xnn)tioD. lor curing the tiret fyinptomi of ätzend. I'eor'asls, Milk Crust, fccll iiead. ttcroi tila rrt otter inherited skia and blood discaea, Citiciba, the great Skin Cure, and Crneca ts.OAV, n exquisite BkIu Heautifier. exfrnatij, and Ci tu cra REsoi.vENT.the new J'.lood Purifier, Internally, are inf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 2 May 1885

2 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATUllDAY MORNING MAY 2 1885 GENERAL TELEGRAMS. Prisoners Strike for Palatable Food. Ca.tioo, May I. Early ttils morning word tru received by telerhone that the Bride Well bad been converted into a veritable bedlam. The Amazon Hosiery Compiny employs most of the prisoners at te BriJe W'llt working them at knitting machines ind looms, and paying thirty-fire c?nts per day to the city for the servicei of each man. It. appears that in the afternoon 150 of tbe prisoners serving the Hosiery Company Btrnc tor better food. They all quit wjric to?fcther, YOine to not return to their places until Warden J'tlton had promiied to give them something palatable at well a digesti ble at their meals. For a time the men were threatening end bot for the prompt action ot the guards migit have worked serious havoc with the machinery, if indeed they hid not secured their liberty. After some parley ninety of the discontented convicts . went back to their labors. The otber...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 2 May 1885

TBE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 2 1885. 3 IllILlYAY KEVFS. A Fireman "Who Reallzea tne necessity of Acute E earl est amd Ferfdct Sic&t In a Fireman or Engineer Other Items. D. M. Kendrick was appointed General refrgtr Agent of the Nev York Central yesterday. The trein 'which arrives here at night from Cincinnati on the B's Four is equipped with the Woo'7 e'cc'rlc Leadl'-ht President Corbin, of tfce I, B. and W , will no: mate his annnal inspection this ytar, he having gone to Koror.e. The ptHiintment o John Biardaschitf clerk cf the Wataih local frelijot ofiice took ifrct jcs!erJsy, y:ce McNeallv, re&igued to become agtat of the I., I), and S. John Kergctoa rras yesterday oppoin'ed (itnfral Baggage Master at tbe Union Papot, supersede Geilte S. Vn. who has held the position for a number of years. J. D. Hazzird, who until yesterday was local agent of the a, II. and I., hai haen of fered the position of Traveling Passenger .Agent on one of the Indianapoli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 2 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING MAY 2 1885. SATURDAY, MAY 2. OFflCZL 71 and 73 Weit Korket Street. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Indianapolis Sentinel for 1883 Dally, San day and Weekly Edition. DAILY D slivered by carrier, per wcek...... f 25 Daily, Including Sunday, per WMk, 80 Daily, per annum, by nail 10 00 Dally, per annum, by mall. Including San day, fcy mall,.. .. ......,, 12 00 Daily, delivered by carrier, per annua-.. 12 CO Dally, delivered by carrier, per annua, in cluding Sunday .... 11 CO Daü J. to newsdealers, per copy 3 SUNDAY. Bnndsy edition of eighty-four columns- J! CO Bunday Sentinel, by carrier 2 M To newsdealers, per copy zii WEfcKLY, Weekly, per annum. j l 00 The postage on suoicrlptioas by mall is prepaid fcy the publisher. Newsdealers supplied at tbr?e cents por copy. roslaee or other charges prepaid. Entered a sccond claas matter at the FostoSco at Indianapolis, Ind. lO-MOKROWM MJNDAY SENTINEL. We can faithfully promise in the Sunday ßantinel of to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 2 May 1885

CHE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING MAT 2 1885 5 SUDDEN DE ITH Aa Aged Lady Thrown From a Wagon and Instantly Killed. At out 1 o'clock jesterday afternoon, whlla Alfred Ellis, hla.wifo and mcther, ilia. Leah Eiiis, were driving along Broadway, neir Xl'kth street, In a liht eprlng-wajroo, ths Lcrses took fright and et&rted to run off. la crossing a gutter, Ellis mother, who was eeatcd in a chair in the back part of the wazon, was thrown out, felling on her heid, and instantly killed. She w carried inta a residence near by and Dr. Jameson called, whereupon it was found that her neck had fceen broken ia the tall. The remains wera taken in cbarga by FJauner it Homtnown, and will ba interred to-morrow. The de ceased realdcd with her son at Millersvillp, and was eighty-two years of ese, having lived in this county for sixty years. She was well known by all old tettlerj, and has lived a geed and useful life, having been a con 8;stent church member fer many years. Mr3. TAI ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 2 May 1885

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS DA I LT SENTINEL SATURDAY MOHNING-MAY 2 1885 fiHMICIiLAKBCOegRClil. äONKtf AND tfrOCKS. Hew York Financial SXarkct. flTCW TORK. May 1. -Money On call ccuün cs easy at per cent, clo'.lrg at per cent, ftlzaa Mercaauio Paper 33 per ecru Ear 6irrer-;r;;. Foreign Fxcbange Ii very q-iiei; actual busi ng i flr.ee at lf343. Tbe sales ?! steck today aggregated lt7,Cc5 hrc, including the following: Dei ware. Lick wahia aud Western, 17,700 1 ha re; Kansas aad Texas, 6 SCO shares: Lake Shore, 9.7C0 snares; Ncrthwcttern, 11. ICO 'hhsres; Pacific Hail. S.V3J trts: ?t. Paul, 10.21 o share: Union Pzc ü -.. 1 t.XD hares :;Wetern Union, H.-0 stares; Union Pacilij, preferred, 5,100 shares. Government Ponds Have been quiet an J strong for tte 3, which sho a gain of J per rent in the )fke tid, while tfce 4's are per ceau lower. Tuere was a tale of tLe r?s:'.ercd 4'sti Mae Pondi have been dull. The railway load rnamet has been more ct'VA to day, the total tale bi eg! 1.U29.C a;, an inc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 2 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING MAY 2 1885. COLD CONTORT. Th Hop of tUrn ICrolatloalat. BY MAT KEM'ALL Alea &ar. in the course of the eraa fror lue data 'tis not eny w know. Bat we think we may fix it as near as A billion cf icon, or o That 11 our in'eiilKt-nt Aryant (The globe growing woefaliy coli) "Will loly rtvert to oarbaruni. Aui Leiter In carts, at of old. When colonies crumb! asunder, heu tbe empire of Eaxtanl H o'er. When eeteess snd Iunt have gone under. When savages cocao to tie fore, Whr: no longer historians )aazui.h To iutrk how the remnant raay strive. The Darwinian will fmntrur fill anguish lie know tLat the fittest survive '. When all that is woolen must perish, Cab, trim cars of happier day. And arc-Mvt! wtj holernnly cherish Are tirdied to f ural?h a blaze; When NlhilMs fail from tLtlr mission, An-i when. In the perishing Bute, Th? tit ad cf the Ht Opposition Arises in final debate. And ayt. "It's a national crisis; Let yirty dissension go fre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 2 May 1885

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING WAY 2 1886 TSE Ml 101 STORE (ESTABLISHED 1853.) Wash Dress Goods. BATINE5 "We are showing over One Hun dred Pieces French and Domestic Ratines, in very desirable colors and styles. Salines in Solid Colors, GINSHAMS The latest French Novel. tic, Together with all Domestic Makes; also Unen Gingham in fall liner, at our Department for Ging, bans. LAWNS Printed Lawns, Linen Lawns, Plain Lawns, French Organdies and Katisic Cloth, all new this season. WHITE GOODS All Staples, as well as a very lare line of fancies, in newest stylee, at our White Goods Counter. fiiccs Always iß Plain Figures. PETTIS MSffik C9 JOS. A. MOORE, C4 E. Haricot Et., Indianapolis, Ind Interest allowed on deposltt, In mm of 13 and BP ward. Mont-7 tD Loan on Improved City and Farm Property In Indiana and Onlo. City, County and Town Uouds, and Purchased Honey Noles, bought and seid. No loans made except such as are necnred by fcrt mortgage oa real estate, with a lame...

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