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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 9 May 1885

CHE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINElr SATURDAY MORNING MAY 0 1885 5 THE HEALTH I50ABD. Ycttirdaj's Meeting Results la Borno Sarprlses for tlio Kepublicans. lite Democrats Reorgaixlze the Board lij Electing a President and Secretary. Dr. Lomai Reappointed and Commissioned Dr. Partridge but Little Inclined to Contest Wnat Will Dr. Elder Do? The Slate Beard of Health mnddle culminated jesterday in a complete division of tha iactions, both of ivhich held meeting and transacted business, the two Damocratic members with Dr. Boots crganizias a separate boaid and electing Dr. Metealf Secretary. Drs. Lomax, Partridge and Elder were in tae c2ice when Dru. Seawriht, Frl'sch and Boots entered, and Dr. Frürch raOTed that Dr. ßeawrigbt act as Chairman, Dr. Boots patting the question and elating that "We do not recognize yon as a member, ba came you have not qualified according to law.'' Dra. Ssawright, Baots and Fritoch vo'ed for the motion, and Drs. Lomix, Tart lid. e and Elder s gainst it. The motio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 9 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAIL"Y SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING- MAYO 1885 FiHAfiCULAHDCOSSIEaCIiL HONEY and trrocKs. Mt York Flnn.adAl 3frlct. NE llaj 8. -ÜCEC-J-On tall eaxjall I cent. Prime Mercantile Pape 455 er cent. Foreign Exchange DjII at ttC for lonjand 44 for abort k!sht. The laic of 1 toe it to-day agcregatefl 317.6J2 fca.'tr, including: Delaware, I-acsawanna and H.ttera, C'47; Erie, 5.K0; Lake shore, 35t; oitLveiiern, 57,6?; Nw Jersey Central, 4.235; Nc York Central, 41000; Pacific Hail, 7,735: SL Paul. kO,4C0; Union Pacific. 25.760: Weitem Union, S,i2j; Northern I'aclfij preferred, 4.G03 shares. Coverum at Eonds Dull and without change la luetaiioup, exept adec.lue ol per cent-in the 4$ and & a advance of per cent, in the 2s. Trie 8iaUi lecurltiej v,ee dull and featnre'ea. Tadre tiu t tale vi öiuth Carolina es, coai-oll-Caud. at 1C7. l ie k.ck manet has been deciJedlr more aslive to day, and, while somewhtt Irregular, and at tied feverish, has exhibited a great deal of tt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 9 May 1885

TIIE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING MAY 9 1885. to riiTiu.M in 11 nu oatidiv. Bweet I'hjlllst For your love iy I wcare Ihr Ml ramMing UUOUxti, Hirinn tho inoi n 1 Jtit awle. Acd kerrs tnu from my limbcra. Herat-m J iirj yoir dainty dreM Ainotis IL t lln lL.tC i:rv. Iwan fou cNtm a .t!t arM 1 loui eiery butri-j t-t ptMta. Heran wp'te r air d eon joyous days, A UiomttLd etirmlürf hour. Among yonr r?ory kbMcti l-:rnbotttrvd witn your flow.; 1ciuh wicnr I tJ'Hf joiif wurd home jdraant lYMlns l.isc.'J. 1(M). I f h.nk jour fcurt l t iiord Tii at ibia'e to your Sabers H rniu you'vo cotihrMo lonx sift curia. I tK ru Mul 1 Ii ck my iiO'l'll"; t?ccu joa're Mit Iii oth r ulrit, All runlr, l!uh, and bod ha. rwa-no I Huna j ou'd rarcu rcf uie 1 O f W li Oil l'l tori ; Uraue 1 know ycu'd onctlmei Cliooto 'to dluc oa fcluplo muttou. -uce vour t'nv litt! no lurta lip o pert ard funny: Iii t tuto 1 anw jo'i rho your Lcanx Vo- f."r t ir xnlrih than "ny; r.(Cu l ihln K jo'i d rather twir...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 9 May 1885

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING MAY 9 1885 TBE HEW YORK STORE tESTABliI8IIL!D 1833.) LACE CURTAIN DEPARTMENT. Curtain Poles, EEONY, WALNUT, ASH AND CHERRY, G Foot Lonp Brass Ends, Brass Brackets, 10 Brass OJ Cents Knoh. Prices Always ii Plain Fipns. P mil mum co i JOS. A. MÖÖHE, S4 S3 Hariot EL, Indianapolis, Ina lr. treet allowed on deposits. In am of 15 and Money to Loan on Improved City ind F&ria iTor-ertr In Indiana and Ohio. City, County .nd Town Honda, and Purchased Money Not&s, bought and soid. No loans nade except such as are secured by Cm mortgage on real estate, with a large margin at security, or by collateral caving; a mar feat fallt. foreign Exchange for sale on all parts of the Worldi BICKSOI pi b! TO-DAY ! Black Black Black Clack Black Black Black Black Gros Grain Grcs Grain Gros Grain Gros Grain Gros Grain Gros Grain Gros Grain Gros Grain Silks at Silks at Silke at Silks at Silks at Silks at Silks at Silks at 45c. 50c. 60c. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 May 1885

v ' 5 I ( 1 ' VOL. XXXIY-NO. 130. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 10 1885 SIXTEEN TAGES. WHOLE NO. 10,101. ear. . ' WIG inn i ill I xv 7 TBEO.PFAFFU&C0. PIANOS AND ORGANS WHO TLt E. We offer Inducements to agents never bclore xcade. Write or call for puticalars. Theo Ptoln & Co. 1! i2l 24 Rartfe PensnluuLi St. State Agents for Hallet & Davis Pianos, Mason . Hamlin ana Story A Clark Organs, KLEE & COLEMAN, MANUFACTURERS OF 1IIDJEBAL WATERS, Fparkling Champagne Cider. Western Pride Gf n-a-er Ale, Seltzer Water and Little Daisy 8oda. ', loitacie fountains charged on snort notice. Fountains for rent. To, m. 228. 2.J0 at -.'.12 S. Delaware St," INDIANAPOLIS, ... INDIANA. 21. P.. BTYER, Manager. THE ATLMTIC HP The Largest Importers and-Retaiiers in the Warle Having completed the improvements toj their ' ' store room under the Bates Souse, and all tho beautiful interior has an air of newness and order, they are now ready to receive customer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING MAY 10 1685. AHUSEBEXrS. ATTSACTIOSS AT E3GUSIIS THI3 WEtK. TbeoJore Thomas and hia magnificent or che&tra will appear at English's Tuesday, Hay tot one night only. Mr. Thomas has tb following "brilliant coterie" o! 'operatic artiiti," who appear under his di rectorship on thia znomentons occasion: ZXadame Farsch-MaiL Miss Emma Juca, Zliu llattie J. Clapper. Mr. W. J. Winch and Mr. Mix Heinrich. We take pleainre In echoing the followirg wordi of praise ex tec de d by the press throughout the country. It is not merely empty, gilded flattery, bat the honest approval of competent judges: Malaie Furrcb-Madl sanz a very noble ciratlsa fiora douDod's opera never played out of 1-aria "La Eene de Sta," la a manner that gave proof ol her tele one of the finest liTicg dramatic ocalwt.". The fresh purity of her elvety bat rich voice, iu perfect Intonation, the eloquent CJgnitT ct her phrasing, whether la declamatory, yentatfve or In fi...

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

TBE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 10 1885. 3 UCailTO T70RLD. Btiteta.d'ed tfcaltboso wrunns shall reco?d r:::'ini work to all tto varied fields of tiaeTuhiea, KTcctcpmicn reepcctlng women, and voice Jthe Xtsmt and Usoncfcte of women. It la Hoped; that tl7 taMj in some xsc'jrc encourage rr3 trensu. C3 women !a ercry wont j effcrt.aidtVis tc a-tv tT3 tte problem cf k: mrrort, protoc Kiet. through knowledge ol form of buaineee and law fcrplre them to attain to their mutlul poeitlon, tzi tars unocjn en:gi;tened, derated woman bood ennoble tfie bocc tbe race, the Nation. fWcnua's World" 1 wide. As wife, u mother, U hcce-caier. m morier, m educator, u pbilaniärorUt, aa comrade, as citizen, and aa a humanjbewoman :s everj-ir.cre funding fcr herself and td generation. rroiL sections oi mil world, knttf repena of Indiviai aid organized work-, trrs items, tüO'j-Li. r.pgesuoni ana inquiries axe tntltad fcr te.c coMmcs. Add; en ail unth cr.rr.r&unicayona to Ffk. M....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILf SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING MAY 10 1635 SIXTEEN PAGES..' seitM Is ths largest and best neTspaper published in Indiana. CONTAINING 104 COLUMNS. Tm Troa Parllsaa rl!t!ci aal SecUriu Bias. On all eubjects of public interest it expresses it opinions according to its best Judgement, with a view only of promoting tha BEST INTEREST OF SOCIETY. It contains the cream of tha news from quarters down to 4 o'clock Sunday morn fag, excluding onlr that which is prurient or Immorally sensational. In few words, ths CcsDAT SzxnxrL is devoted to that class of news, literary and miscellany, proper and BeccKary to make it what it is, THE PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE, tpecially adapted to the home. The Scjtdat 8asTZzx.a laflaence will be giTtn in tid cl the deration and Adrancement ef lYoraan t3 ths trü3 portion which is hen by virtue of natural Jnstice. Price, C2 psr year; twenty cents per month, delivered br carrier; five cents per copy. SIXTEEN PAGES. 8ÜNDAY, MAY 18. pyglUSU 71 and 73 West ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 May 1885

CHE INDIANAPOLIS DAILl' -SENTINEL &UftJ)AY MÖÄNING MA'S 10 1885 --SIX T K UN PAGES TUE SPOUTOG WORLD. Tfca IüdUnipclIj Club Los a Ten-In nluj Game at Kansas City. Frovldose Shot Oat at New York CrookIjn Whitewashed at Cine Ioatl CUt. laid Defeated at Milwaukee 9h Championship ICecord Xotcs. Bp&f&l to the Sentinel: Kansas Citv, Mo , Mar 9. Tbe game to-day tettreen tte Iallsnspolls end Keniat City Clubs wai aTerycxclUng one, and unusual Interest wai manifested, ss thte was the first contcat between thctetwo nine, which are sow leailcz in tne tace for the championship. The visitors hit larger tad p ayed a tetter CcMIds jama than Heir opponents, bat were unfortunate in matin; their errors when the Kansas City banchcl their kit. McKfon and Keenan occupied tie points lor the IndianatOlli team, and tbo former was rery efTctire. Kansas Cttj won in He uutü Innlss, by tue following score : Kaniaa City 101200100 15 Indianapolis . 000001102 0 1 Ease Tilts Kan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 May 1885

G THE lUfllAIUFOLlß DAILY BEKT1KEL SUNDAY MORNING? MAY 10 1885 can izziAh um 3 t:::ab ni-Istcre Vierte cf Indiaacrslij People. ACcmpUt lUcorri of Mocloty Event, leather Clth tha Coming and Ooicy of tha Capital City DenUece. )7tt renle ty cotomn ol the tnnflay H nUntl Is a tjtltl luto-j. a&denirJort ii nade wlirt each ütlen to forntah auch a column aa will be ot In trust to ill tue rrsderi et U o Hcnllnfl. W hops thafiU4s of the fculincl wilt still furnun us with welter for this department, aud assure them ttftt iti tut b item ir utr l prs tii-Ue. In fr tins ic:t Item, pliaae tue but one aide of the piper. All Ittrne fcr IMi roliimit must bo ai;m I by ilia author, not fnr iul:tratlon, tat for cur own I'rotcctlnc,! , Itir. If. (J. Carry ! In Cncluiis'l. MIm WolUo Tr t Ii in Kraniville. tin. tlliam llcr-iriilu Madison. ', l. Uiiim end wife arc to Detroit. JJUaea I'ralty la lu Covington, Ky, Wir. Krrtl l.uih ti heme fro in Ihm H Later l'.ens M tu tha i Itjr Tuesday. Mr. Ouno...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY IIOltNING MAY 10 1885. For Saaday't satinet MY nmv. BY J. J f OL, X D. Vu the treca and wopta hitlt. By the clear mnrxariug rill. "Where the myrtle and tbe daisies bloom aad Crow; V Ltre-Ihe birds chirp tnd slaz. And make the foruti ilu. I met and loved a rnt'dea ia years loa; ago. The tuneful tinkle of the bolls r rora the herds In flowery del!s V'm attuned to ihe melody of sweet ions b!rd: Wo were glad, and re juiced In the tweet music voic-d By the choral anthems of the songsters and the herds; 2'ay wer the fcappy hours Finding sweet cd fragrant flowers, V e wandered o'er the vale ia the happy days of yore: The sw-re'.est and tie rare?, The brightest and the fairest. Dcrned the brow cf the fsiry whom. I chose to do re. Many happy days together, vTe walked tfc:oc$h heath an J heather. Till the currew'a knell at dewy evening's shady bocr; There we wandered on and oa Uli the evening's dusy dawa, And moonbeams sparkled ia ta: lean of every llowe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 May 1885

C THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL 'SUNDAY MORNING MAY 10 188 SIXTEEN PAGES. Füg OEI Ä STORE (ESTABLISHED 1853.)" Hosiery ami we . DEPARTUENT. Bating received our fall lines in Hosiery and oroTis, our customers can now sapplr thtlx needs in etery ttjle, eoler and quality fxcra cur tery extensive stock. This rooming we receired onr "Snw Knit" Hoaiery. This line Is Tery popular. Our Shaw Knit" Hosiery for gentlemen b In very nice colors and styles. LadieV, HlcV and Children's Hoiiery In tclid colors, also in stripes, in ererr size. GLOVES I Kid Gloves In Mcsquhlire i button and lacing hooks, in all grades and new colors. LADIES DRIVING GLOVErf In desirable "gOTS' CASTOR GLOVE 3, all aizes. Prices Always in Plain Fipres. JOS. A. MOORE, C4 D. IXarkot Dt., Indianapolis Ind Intemt allowed on depoalts, In sums cf 15 and Cpward. Honey to Loan on ImproTed City and Farm rroperty in Indiana and Ohio. City, County and Town Bonis, and Purchased Coney Kotoa, bought and sold. Ko loans made except s...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 May 1885

DOUBLE NÜ5I BEK. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1885. PA(!ES 9 TO lj. sr The SUNDAY SENTINEL -r&a Offers advertising in its Want Columns FEEE to those desiring situations, asking information, private families wanting helD, renting rooms or desiring boarders. Also articles lost or found. Other advertisements 4in the Want Column inserted at onethird the rate a3ked bv other newspapers in Indianapolis. These advertisements reach each Sunday from 65,000 to 70.000 readers. ' WANTED. NTED-Glrl; 12G Uuiler tstreeu 10 ASTIID-Cook, r:220 North-Weitet. 10 fED-Gir. i:i West Sixui meet. 10 AN rKD ritlu tewing. : Oi L'pburn street. 13 AM ED oui. 'j'io North Mlaalsalppi treet. "y ANTED-fcarbcr. ClOEait Washington atreet. A.viED-Good barber. 3;o South West street. 7 ANTED-gewing girl. 25 Massachusetts avetV nue. 10 T ANTED Dreasmaier. 28 Maachuetta ureY cue. 10 "r ANTED Solicitor, at 42 Mamachuaetta aveV nue. 3 WANTED Stout girl. 84 North Mississippi 7 ANrfcD-tJermau girl. 3l5 Ea...

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

10 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1885. COVE OR MONEY; i OR, 'a perilous secret. BT CHARLE READX, scr of Tut Tourself la ffiJ Fle," etc, etc, etc cn A PTE It IX. XjOVEKS parted. Walter, little il reaming the blow his cwn lovf had, received, made Percy write to Julia an apology, ami an invitation to visit Iii rier house if lie -was forgiven. Julia said she could not forffirrthim, and would not go. "Walter aiil, "l;it on your lormet, and take a littlo drive with me" "Oh. with pleasure," Raid Julia, slyly. B) then Walter drove her to the new house, without a word of rrmonstranco on hrr part, and Fltzroy met hrrnidlant, Ena Wal Ut .slipped awav round a corner and when he ratno hack the quarnl had dissolved. Jle had brought a namiwr with all the necessaries of life. Tablecloth, napkins, knives, forks, rpoon. cold pie, salad, and champagne. They lunched beside the brook on tho lawn. The lover drank hi tealth,and Julia Appointed him solemnly to tho post of peacema...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL , 8ÜNDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1885. II OUR PARIS LETTER VICTOR HUGO, THE FIRST POE1 OF THE AGE. OJn ITome and Ills Lrr for Child ret. II L Definition of rrdle How II DrMMi Chanclng III Mi od. P?prll Conepojdnc.l T o A r nl Ol T ait rrvnntV. Viz t,. TT,i szeieora&eu eh eigmy-uiiru uircnuay, ana 101 moment the eyes of the whole literarj world were directed towards ,he creator anc defender of Romanticism. Each year as thi anniversary rolls round the friends and ad mirers of tLe great poet strive to honoi worthily the occasion, until it has become I veritable national ft l day. Let me try anc depict for yon some of the many sides of tin , -character of this remarkable genius who k 1 praised and commemorated wLUe living a: only the dead usually are. Victor Hugo's home is a little hotel remark 4.ble only for IU furniture and its garden The latter offers the poet a greensward evei In winter, and daring the summer monthi towering trees throw a oft sha...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 May 1885

12 THE INDIANAVU1.1S DAILY 6ENTINEL1 SUNDAY MORNINGS MAY 10 1885. . NEW YORK LETTE. The " Author' Koadiusa" at Now York for the It sue fit of the International Copyright League. Interesting Pea ricture or a Goodly 2f amber or Fanioni and Farorlte Writers. Grant aud III Doctur, acd How They Sltsht ".Illing" Ihelr Mutual Accoatit . I New York Letter to I'Ioactr Freu. 1 From a broad and permanent point of lew, tbs most interesting event of the week has been tbe "authors' readings" that took place yesterday and t day at the Madison Square Theater. It was not only an entertainment, bat it wis a novel entertainment a new departure which is likely to be followed by more cf the earns aorf. la reading from their own works, American authors ha? e a distinct monopoly ; even a copyright law is not essential. The mornlog pipers of the city to day treat the readings ot yesterday indifferently, if nottlippantly. The San gave the atrair a Tew lines only. Tbe Herald declares that the authors read th...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 May 1885

CHE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING MAY 10 1885 18 THE HOHE. It 1 act dsibtad Uut ma bar a horn 8 la thit Viice wöera ich one hu ecutilivl hlM üeartn -ana the susa of hli possession and fortunes, whenoe ha will not depart If nothing calls aim w7; wheaca If fce h departed ha leenu to bj a "wanderer, and 11 be return be ceaaee to wander. Coadiuoa lira cirtl Law. "Tiea atay at nome, my bean, rest, Th9 bird la a feat In the neat; O'er all mat Setter their win k and fly, A bAira li Hörerin In tna at." Longfellow, TOCNO FOLKS. The Itobin and tbm Chlrken. -A plump little robin fiew down from a tree, To hunt lor a worn which he happened to A friiky yoanz nicken caice ca:nperlng by, .And cared at the robin wita vrondcrinz eye. Said the chick. "What a queer-looking chicken is that! Jta wing are to Ion; and Iti bo J 7 so fat r" While me robin remarked, ioaa enough to be beard : , Dear me! aa exceedingly ttrange-loVilnz blrdf "Caa you line?" robin asked, and the chicken Aid. "No But ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 May 1885

14 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1885 A DREAM. . Original.! "XTiat do we care for the outsid gloom, No rain can fall oti us two to-night. ßittlug here in thii cozy room, With your dear presence made so bright, Tte hol wide world seems all in bloom; Ien h4z ar-J srnile on me that is right et me sit so near I may touch your hand Now and then. Loose your bonny hair 7rom under iU silken azure band; Let it fall over the crimson chair, The bonniest hair in all the land ; Summer sunbeams are prisoned there. Hen? is a book that I hare not read; Here is a wonderful picture, too, IP'orn a famous hand ; here the carven head Of a mint almost a fair as you. Mayhap her eyes some mortal led, A yours, to heights serene and true. Treasures gathered 'ncath alien skios, Won from many a foreign shore: Tve seen them all with careless eyes. Seen them a hundred times and more. To-night I find with sweet surprise They never were half enyed before. Put your hand in mine, so, turn ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 10, 1885. IE DEATH-LAND. Original. There's a larg, ttill land w bre silence alwaji The shrouded gute hath never opened wide To let one human dweller wander crot Wh k hath seen the mystery inside. It brings a change to those who enter in. Something ia lost, and Something, too, li For fleshly anuih cannot reach this bit Of matter, pale, inert. The cup is drained. Tbre is no fountain whence it may be filled With torrent streams of woe or Uws of bliss. 1 The lips that once hath drunk its swoots are stilled. Yet hold the jAthos of a parting kisi. They tell me memory lives inside that realm, And stirs the slumbrous waves that lie beyond. 1 this bo true, dear friend of min, I pray Tboult not forget our days of loving, fend. , Thou" It not forget our thousand earthly The clasp of hand that thrills again to hand, And touch of loving lips. Hat thou some sense Of human love and loss, in death's dim land? I edo ra Clark. Madisox, Wis , mateüT...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 May 1885

TJBE IKD1AKAP0L5S DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY HORNING HAY 10 1886. AND "While we pursue the even tenor of our way, supplying the public with Honest Hats at "We let others do the blowing. We have never lest our confidence in the good judgment of the people, and we give them credit of their ability to see thorugh a mill-stone. Our tyles and Prices Will be found satisfactory with a call. BAMBERG! No. 16 East Washington Street. GhamborSets, Dinner Sets, Tea Sets, Bisc Figure s nents. mmi TV -nnp i flP i!U uLL I UULLAh 44 and 46 East Washington Street. T? ritten for the Bnnday Sentinel. TO MY 11UKND OF EIGHTY YKAKS. aS FIBEI WITH lOYETO 51 KS I.EVENIA flTJr, THK DEAR Ai.l h MOHIKK OK MI:!. HATTH'. A. l'Rl'N K; P.Y EMILY TMOCMON HARLES. Dear beaming eyes; dear saintly face. That pit. tares forth a spirit's grace, Ttousta criss-cross lines old Time hath wrought. Here ia enthroned the kindest thought. Thy motherlove its joys Impart From sunny realms within thy heart; Far-reachlne in its tendernes...

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