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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 3 May 1885

I YOL. XXXIVNO. 12!. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING; MAY 3, 1885-SIXTEEN TAGES. WHOLE NO. 10,187 7 V 1 1VIIEN INDICATIONS. VOR fcVNDAT. Fatr weather, wind variable, slightly warmer. If a thousand Göiilamen shauld cfesiro to purchase SPEIS OVERCOATS To-Day at tho Elm si v8 could accemmsdate overy ere, to vat is cur stock of this health preserving garment, and in this mammoth exhibit we could also, without doubt, sup ply GYöry taste, and conform to the amount to be expended in this direction. Every De partment fully stocked at the WHEN. HAILET AND... Largest steck of First-Class instruments evsr exhibited In this city. TERMS and PRICES beyond competition. TBEOMFFLi&CO. II ni 84 Rort hasten SI w TuninOr.repaif ina and. moving ' Pianos done Promptly. Satis- faction quaranteed. BeflGClion ia tfe Price er Gas! Notice to Gas Consumers and Others. Tour attention la called to the marked reduction la tbe price of raa. wmch took edect on tne 1st day of March. The Co.nvany 1 now furnishing ta...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 3 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING MAY 3 1885. AIIÜCZIIESTS. TS OL WOBXD COMPAST AT THE GBIXD 3 cost nnlqua and novel attraction that tzs crsrbeta billed la th's city is announced to cpca b setron of four day at Dlckion'a Grand Opera House, commencing next Mon day (kvxncriew) evening. The Old World Gsm Company, ta its name implies, is com pcsed of artists from the Old World, all of xrbom, with one exception, are now playing their firti season in this country. The cora psay vu organized with a view t? giving re nsd and varied entertainment to patrons of ntcl3 houses, and the multiplicity of futures alTertised la an indication that the the management has accomplished its de tired aim. Among the prominent feature, if any prominence Is to be glren when all are fqnaily good and novel, are Jaguarine. the ideal Amazon who is pronounced a veritable mistress of the rrerd. who will appar in an exciting com bat with Captain Charles E igelbrecht, the Danish wordsman and champion mas...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS " A1LT SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING, MAT 3 1885. UCIUSnj TTORLD. XI t3 Extended that these colmnnt ehell frecord t: , 'Ti werk ia all the Tart ed fields of txstfolnea. tzZzzt eflnlon respecting women, and voice tiha Tiers and thoughts of women. It la feopedlhat tsj nay is torn saeaaure enconrace r r.0 trengta ca women in every worthy effort,aldl!:r6 Is "lv. 13 the problem of aeif support, protect VltX tÄroogh knowledge of forma of business ana law fasglre them to attain to t2selr rightful position, c4 thus through eni's-tcned, elevated woman fctcd ennoble the home, trie race, the Nation. Womaa's World" It wide. As wife, aa mother, ca home-mal er. aa worker, aa educator, aa philan thropist, aa comrade, ta citizen, and aa a tumanjbe tZS, woman la everjwte.-e building for herself and her feneration. From en sections of tnia world, rUf rTonicf lndlTiiai and orgAixed work, am items, thoughts, rujreatloai and inquiries arc invited Ut thee column. Andreas all inch coTnxn:nlcaUo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 3 May 1885

4 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL' SUNDAY MORNING MAY 3 1885 SIXTEEN PAGES. 7no Srtay SeiM Is the larger and best newspaper pablUhed in Indiana, COOTAININQ 104 COLUMNS. Ire frtu Partins rslltle ail Sertarlaa Bias. Oa all subjects of public interest it ex presses its opinion! according to its best judgement, with a Tiew only of promoting the BEST INTEREST OF SOCIETY. It contains the cream of the "news from quarters down to 4 o'clock Sunday morn ing, excluding only that which Is prnrientor Immorally sensational. In few words, the Cckdit BaxTiTff l is devoted to that class of news, literary and miscellany, proper aud cece&sary to make it what it is, THE PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE, tpecially adapted to the home. The Bckdat Ssarnasx influence will be Civen in aid cf the Elevation &nd Advancement of Woman to the true position which is hen by virtue Cf natural Justice. Pric, t2 per year; twenty cents per month, delivered by carrier; five cents per copy. SIXTEEN PAGES. SUNDAY, MAY 3. C7ri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 3 May 1885

CHE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING MAY 3 1885SIXTtitiN PAGES 5 DIAMOND SPOUT; The Indianapolis CI ob Easily Wins the Game at Omaha. Th ClurlnnatU Shot Oat Acfcl Provl- dtnr Win m Otmi mt Pbllfulclphla Mr. Ppaldloc Discusses the bltat Ion Notes. Indianapolis Tln at Omaha. Omaha, My 2. The Indianapolis clab iron the Ritne here to-day by a score of H to 2. The horre team were cnabi to bit etfecUvely end fielded wretchedly. The Tititors plajed ftgocd game all troasd. The Champlom Win. riiiLADri niu, May 2 Five thousand pr eons witnesfed the opening far the Ltfgnechimpionjhlp here to day between the Philadelphia ant Providence Clob j. The Tliiton won the same by superior play, bath. at the bat and In the field. The borne clab became demoralized in the third Inning, and the Providence tecurei 7 oa fonr etngle bit", two bates on bll and thr fielding errors. The ecore by innlcgi is as follows: Providence 0070O0010-8 Philadelphia....-. - oooooooll 1 A Finely Contested Game. rxTTf...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 3 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SI NDAY MORNING- MAY 3 1885 OUB SOCIAL LIFE. X Scsa fca Ulalatnre TIcits er Indlsa o mpollj People. Complete Becord of Society Event, Together Witfc tbe Coming and Going of the Capital City Denlasne. )Tte Focktj column of lie ftcnflaj Sentinel U a Tpttnl feature, and an effort is made vrita each edition to furnish such col Been as will be of in terest to all tbe retöcn ol the Sentinel. We hope tfie friends of the Sentinel will tili furnish na with matter for this department, end assure then tfcatilltfith item are used if practicable. In preparia i oclety Item, please uee bat one tide of the paper. All itenu fee thii celcna rauat te limned by the author, not for publication, tut for ear own protection. Br. Prayton la In Chicago. JU chard Hojne 1 Terr 111. II. C. Let! is In New York. Zva Campbell li In Chicazo. Prank BTan is in New York. Xlu Anna Ear'klow Is in Carml, III. Urt. T. T. Oaughey la In Ealtimore. JJua Gertie Morgan is in Cincinnati. Mrt. Jam...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 3 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING MAY 3 1885. r r 1 TC3 OLD STYIX AltD THE NET7. BT OUIOA. , Shall not the children laush IWore they reach th deep de-pond o" lue? r live ff o' povr there's such a ttt: space 1 or pit j time. Wi us childhood orer toon : booii aa wt'rc bcrn, a'lmost. Why aaencn the sjrace jouth atwakta'? Truly 'tia a boon -Omea not afrun. When 1 were yoaur. my boy, e lads ac lasse beslinfal II. and s'.ron. Alike la work an! -port could tied oar joy. 1 the dark, for us no day 11 ion: JKat ye poor --aaiina- never win t- yoant. i me Diooa a aried op la je like leal la boat: I'rtU tiil all co.'or g gone. (JloMwetn j? . i On winter i 4 day. But a't they tesc h ye now li sreed o peif And envy o' the rlci nun's mean aad war, Instead o iwm co&:?nt. Wr Qarea herself id not ha roanji'd my lot wnea work wa o'er, An eittin' i the torch. I rnell'd theatocks. An toattera-wood a- sirowla' ty tbe door. Bat all ye creatures are drove ou like Hocks panua'. ißaria, bustW...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 3 May 1885

UätiniiücOüni iiiiJLY"UiJw-ji-iiiiiJL BUMJJAV LiOUUIUG HAY 3 lUo SIXTEEN PAGES. Ii m m CTABLIOUED 1833.) Wash Dress Goods. Wcare showing oter One Han. died Fiecea French and Domestic Satines, ia rery deniable colors and styles. Satiaes in Solid Colors, GINGHAMS The latest French Novel, tief, together with all Domestic Makes; also JLinen Gingham in fall lines at our Department for Ging, basis. LAWNS Printed Liwns, Linen Lawns, Hain Lawns. French Organdies and Batiste 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:odi Counter. Prices Always in Plain Fipres. JOS. A. MOORE, C4 XL Ilarbct Et., Indianapolis, Ind Iaterest-aiiowKl on deposits. In nan of f5 and CP war 1. Money to Loan on Improved City and Fira rtoperty In Indiana and Ohio. City, County and Town Bonds, and Purchased Ecney Note, bought and gold. Uo loana made except auch aa are secured by Crat mortsrane on real .tat, wiln a Lar?o margin Ci tacaxlty...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 3 May 1885

'w II I III II DOUUI.E NUMBER. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1885. PACKS 9 TO 10 &r Tho SUNDAY SENTINEL tea Offers advertising in teWant Col umns FREE to those desiring situa tions, asking information, private families wanting help, renting rooms or desiring boarders. Also articles lost or found. Other advertisements in the Want Column inserted at one third the rate asked by other news papers in Indianapolis. These ad vertisements reach each Sunday from 5,000 to 70.000 readers. WAMTBD. f7 ANTED Cnras5crs, C Circle street. ANTi:i)-Larlcr. .HoKaat Whlnjtoa strrot. yANTF.D Cicrmaa Klrl. 170 Davidson street. ANIED hlte terbcr at 8 Malotlo avenne, "T"A ANTED Girl to go to country, 5.7 Uro d W wr. w A7 ANTED-Took; most uek'ooa. 1 V? Inols street. 20 Eouth 111- 3 WANTED-Gcrwan girl, 71S North Illlnota street. ;j WANTED-A shirt rtakcr, 131 South Meridian atmt. 1') "1 A ANTED Wood turucr. 67 Eat North VV street. :v " If ANTED i trm. Stout. irl. hi North ?IiitMSlprl i AMhl'-uoint O...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 3 May 1885

Johann Hoff s THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1885. 10 LOVE OR MONEY; OR, A PERILOUS SECRET. BT CHARLES HE ADZ, fctÄor of 'Iut Tourself la Ilij nac," etc, etc., etc. CHAPTER VIII. TOS COUKSK OF TIIUE LOVE. The next time Walter Clifford met Mary Hartley he was gloomy at inter nals. The observant girl saw he had something on his mind. She taxed him -with it, and asked him tenderly "what it was. "Oh, nothing,' said he. "IXmt tell me!" said she. "Mind, nothing escapes my eye. Come, tell me, oi we are not friends." "Oh, come, Mary. That is hard." "Sot in the leat. I take an interest In vou." wlIe?s you for saying so!" "And so, if you keep your troubles from me, wc are not friends, nor cous ins." "Mary!" "Nor anything else." "Well, dear Mary, sooner than not be anything eWe to you I will tell you, and yet I don't like. Wf 11, then, if I must, it is that dear old wrong-headed father of mine. He wants me to main7 Julia Clifford." Mary turned pale directlv. "I guess e...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 3 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL 8ÜNDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1885. 11 ; WOMAN AND HOME. 'VARIOUS ITEMS OF INTEREST TO MOTHER EVE'S DAUGHTERS. Tyranny .f th Khos Conceit of Station ery On. Outer' Wire Cnttlnj Iree Washington Society Milksop Ftrmrr! Hath. (Minneapolis ITousehold. The Iuiury of a bath-room can b -afforded by only the comparative few who live in furnace or steam-belted dwellings. Bathing ia col 1 rooms is always dang-rous; and yet tbo farmers, mechanics and many ethers who ar able to hare few luxuries, -can affod least of all to do without the com fort and refreshment of frequent bathing after tcsorr days' works. Too first means of resting ia to make one's self clean. If mora farmers realiied this, not to many of them would leave tho harvest field or threshing machine, covered with the sweat . and dost of the day, eat a hasty uppar and sleepirg in the same soiled undergarment they haTe worn all day., They always get up tired. Why? Rettin; - consists c f two processe throwing ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 3 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILI SENTINEL5 SUNDAY MOENING MAY- S 1885. ' i ir i I" .V. 2 ? n ! t Y -yx-rrr TE DEDil. The poem "Te Dean" by Emily Taoratou Ch&rle, Is zinnias hUh praise tor Its author, as Ihe following will testify John Swinton, the noted Near Yorx editor say: "The Te Deura Is indeed a fine poaa, full of xcnslc and majesty." Mr. J. It. Murray, editor Musical Visitor, say of it: This poem apart from 'its intrinsic merit U re xaaikable as a specimen of raymnln?, a facility which the aathor of the poem poessas in a won derful degree. We leava the reader to discover the 'crls cross' ietatiou of the words to each Other." The following is the poem : Zephyrs are playlnj? over the meadow. hlle light and shadow chequer the gren ; Thronet leafy cover are sunbeams dancing, Brightly enhancing with beauty the sceuv. '.SVath branches swaying, the dew Is layin?, Emerald waving the setting of flowers; As plea of lover with rapture tnritls me. Amotion stills me eaiarallj for hours. O'er bcn...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 3 May 1885

CHE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING MAY 3 1885 13 TALMAGE. 5What Ig tho Iollucnco of Club Houses la American Cities? 2r. Talmije Proponnds the Oaery and Answers It la His Sandaj Seraoa. j:vs:y Tree 13 Knovra b Ulj Own Fruit.' U:;ookly.v, N, Y April 23. Dr. Talmas prtached this uornlng la tha Brooklyn Tab ernacle oa the subject: "What is the inflo enceof clubhoasa in African citie?" Before the aermon Dr. Talmag expLaInd the trenty-second chapter o! Proverbs oa the ra'ae cf a good name trhich comes from equipoise of temper and industry, Tte hymn sang was: Before Jehsvah'g awful throne. Ye nation bow wltä acre-l joy." Tha text was Luke vl., 4 i : 'E7ery tree is known by his cwa fruit." Dr. Talmeo iid: Fall pippins do not grow on a crab apple tree. Choke pears are net foaad in an orch ard of Bartletts. Christ laid down this prin ciple, and it is always applicable and every where applicable. If yaa waat to find Whether an 'institution is Rood or bad, yon bare only ta examine t...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 3 May 1885

24 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 1885 MISS PRISCILLA. All the Tear Round. I. 1 consider your conduct so foolish as to t Inexcusable," the re-.-tor said severe! y. This from Mr. Hornby was scathing cen sure, ami as Miss Priscilla heard him her scb incrt-a-!. "I am very sorry," she murmured" heart brokenly. "If I had known you would have cared so much, I should not hare dared to dolt" "As if my caring mattered P he sai l to himself w:ta de-pondent amazement "Why. you poor foolUh creature, what can It mat ter to me except for your sake? But to think that you have beggared yourself literally, act lally beggared yourself, and at your age. to-P I am only a little over 40," Miss Priscilla ventured with meek protect. "But 43, and penniless and incapable of anything!" Mto Priscilla made a faintly rebeliouj movement. "I mean to teach," she said, with waver ing confidence. "Teach! Why, you are years behinl the times. Nowa laj's girls learn astronomy, and chemistry and...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 3 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING, , MAY 3, 1885. 15 HOW TO KEEP YOUNG. HOW THE MIND CAN KEEP THE BODY FROM GROWING OLD. Tbe Rmt That Wears Both Hotly and Soul How Thought Can Hullil 'ew l'liyk'.ral tiuttures Tho WUe Man of the Future. rSfwcial Correspondence. BosTO.-c, April CO. IJealthy body, healthy tnind. Old adage, convertible terms healthy mind, healthy body. More yet, keep the mind oun and frth and you keep the body ditto. Wörriel minds, racked minds, frett-cd minds. sour, crow, ugly, urly, peevish, sad, melancholic minds wear a young body into an old one ten, twenty, ; thirty years ere its time. Two-thirds of our old age, so-called, comes of rust, dead rust, treadmill live., living in ruts, 1 tuning nothing new, declaring we're ; too old to learn. Young man marries at twenty-three. Young woman ditto. "Settle down." Give Up recreation, boat, balls, dancing, croquet, etc Turn five-sixths c f their lives into busi ness aixl housekeeping. . Result at thirty-five: Y...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 3 May 1885

TUE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING JiAY 3 1885 n LS r WHAT MOUNTAINS AHE TO MOLE-HILLS, TJIE D I3IE MUSEUM IS TO ALL OTIIEK AMUSEMENT EST EKPMSKS IN ITS MEGATHEK1AN .MIGHTINESS! STT WEEK OF WEES OF ii m 1 & ISM 4I IG DRJ BS BP M ES u u u o c .V r: t SI'RINO ItOSES. IT X. F. tHEFsrOr.OrGH, A tlecp er Eush non the air, From rotes In lull tloora: Metninkn tbe lummer lootis this TTtvy, And will be cu es soon. Tbe paiden blushen like a iz'rl At love's fist whisper swtet; Arj.l delicate the rare perfumes lhat all oar senses greet. II ttwe iprinz roses tbrow kuch cliarni? Upon our dally way. What will It be when summer onas The porUU of the day. And, com ire through tbe golden gatet, I. ad en witü perfuose rare, Tbrowi bc&uty over 11 the curth, And frtgrance everywhere'. IIow beantifal the roses seen, Cltfped In the arms oi' sprin! Trlzed darl7 both for what they aro, And what we know they'll bnc. A brighter blush of color rare, An orn of sweeter sceut, E.ue liiep, koM ...

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

A, I Ilk VOÜ XXXIV---NO. 121. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, 31 AY 1, 1885. WHOLE NO. 10,18 8. S V V 7 WSIKN INDICATIONS. Oll MONDAT, I'nlr ther, winde etrly in the Ohio Valley, "lightly w Armer. If a tlizusand Gontlomcn should tfesira to purchase Tu-Day at tho IB ii aoie vo cculü accsmsäatQ every eric, to va'at is nur stock of this health preserving garment, and in this mammotn exhibit vvs ceuld also, without doubt, sun 1 ply GYory taste, an J conform to täe amount to be exDsnded in this cirection. Evary De partment fully stocked at tho WHEH. SANFOKD'S RADICAL CURE FOR CATARRH. Wit h.ltnrrl, American I'lne, Canada Fir, Marigold, uihI Clover KIomoiu. A Mncle doe of SanfonPa Radical Cnr la n'Mitljr relieve the uso-d violent Hnccinj: or Head luiilr, cirr the 1 1 pad a by mm;lc. atop wiery fii-naTgf a from thr Nn-? and fvi'i. prevent! Kirnt, Ine No:' In ih Head, euro Nervou Head rho, rut MiLilun ChUl and Kevert- in t'nroo.c C t tanti it cianc t jo aal pasuo of foul mucin, m torts tho sc...

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

ff. fr.-- . . . TL THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING MAI i 1685. K r rrBOx the bund ay bextixel. 'GENERAL news. lYerrä Fron Alaska -Sreral Appoint ments Trea&nrj Statement of Assets and Liabilities, Etc Kothinsr Developed to Elucldata tho Trunk Mystery Tho Vic tim Identified as Pietro Caru30. INTERESTING NATIONAL NEWS, Coasmander Nlcliola Strpoit From Alaska to thw Navy DepAttuiont dp pointmeutft, Ktc. Wasiu;ctto:t, Hay 2. Lieutenant Commander I"lchol, comni'iidla? the Pinta, writ's to the I.'avy Departratnt from Sicta. Alasia, uader dale vt March SI, and says la pari : "Trie Chlllcot are somewhat uccasy and say they wilt have no mora white men among them. There has been a great deal of boochlnos anions them this winter. They hare threatened tbe white men. but have com mitted no avert act, and probably will not, thon?1 they havo tot the fear of war that some of tue rest have, owing to the fact that their village li abont seventy miles above the river bar and is only...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 4 May 1885

' 1' Pfifft i "3 A RlILKOAB HEWS, General Manager Taiuae, cl tbe Wabisb, Hill, while in the East, coca alt with the vVa?ner Giinpany concerning tbelr demand that thu Tlfftnn ravo Ka vArvA.f ftm W. bath trains. The telief is now expressed o compromise. "V7. A. EcDtt lias been erpntrd Assistant Fcprintcr.dentof Motive Power and Ma chiceryof th Chicago end Northwestern, ith etile at Ch?c4e;o ebcpi. Viiliaro BraUh fn ten involuted Mter Mtobanic of iht Winooa. st. Peter ted Dakota diriiiaas, wilh rihcaat Winoaa. F. X. lloederer, Cobfer of th6 Ind:.mip eil end St. Liuis, 1:& been aptvj'.nte I losil tct of the com cany, v?ee Vasjou. pr.v luc'ed, and W. :v Hoo:t Mr. lV.ed-jrar'a a- tdnf, qoes no no? utrp. i::d p,c:epy f.a of l..:l tit i. Y..zr the nevl7 aopsintM .erii&l Freien: Amatol the rod, wnin tt- r.ty yr ate-d .y, afte- tö ramoval of tr e main eftiv to C'v-Ian. and trw- ts tt! i)!i eat of h locI cCice here. St. Louis (ilote-DeoiOcr&t. Tb Milwaukee and St. Paul, Norihwsst e...

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

w ' MONDAY, MAY I. rricri 7t nl 73 'S rut Streat. iuu:s or KunscKirnox Indianapolis HMtlu: foe 1 H. i rtly, Han. Amy d4 Weekly r.ditlor.a. mar. Iicllrtrcl It carrier, per wcti.... Dally, IncluUaj Sun lay, per wn'; .. 30 luily, annum, by nail 10 00 Uatly, per annum, by mall, lntlrdln. Hun 17, t y mill.... 12 00 Jally, dcllvrn I by curler, per anrin 12 03 iMlly, delist red by fjifrlcr, per ami tun, In r.luuln:. H indiy It (0 Daily, to ncr dealers, per r op7 ......... 3 u?cnY. Handay edition of tUhtv four cohmni ft 0) Bunday Hvijiinol. by currier '2 W To now!' el r, per ropy SJ-J wititKi.r, Weekly, rrennntn.. f 1 00 The pottage on subcrlptlous ty mil U prepaid by tho publisher. Newsdealer applied at thr.'t rents p'jr Copy. J'ffctaco or atbor charges prepaid. Kutercl e s'-cond Claas nutter et the IV to Sic et Indianapolis, inrt. I- MlNfsTKIl Pa.NbLSTON With his l.ily SUcd for Europe last (.Utnrdar. Mn. Plain c has concluded io remain la "Washington nntll the first nt July. Tita Preaidem...

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