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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 16 May 1885

- -" 4 VOL. XXXIV NO. 13G. INDIANAPOLIS, SATURDAY MOKNING, MAY 10, 1885. WHOLE NO. 10,200. MM SteiiralSons' Piaoos I Conceit Grasd, Parlor Grand, Co q)1 Parlor (Pony) Grand, TTprJnht Grand, TJprisht. Fancy Engraved Eore wood and Ebonlzed Cases, with Engraved and Fret Panels. Decker Brothers' Pianos. Concert Grand, Parlor Grand, Email Parlor (Baby) Grand, Cabinet Grand Upright, Upright. Cases of Various Siylen-Ebonizea, Rosewood, Walnut. Haines' Upright Pianos. 'Cases of new and latest styles, corresponding with present deMgns of furniture in Boscwood, Ebonlzed, Mahogany. Musician, amateurs and all Interested are cordially invited to visit our roomi, whether they wUh to purchase or not. To those wishing to buy Fine Pianos this offers a ipeclal opportunity for selection. We also ofier our uiuai fine assortment öl J. & C. Fischer, D. II. Baldwin & Co; PIANOS. 1. 1 mm & Wholesale and Eetail Dealers in stelnway 4 Boca, Decker Bros., Balnea Bros,, Fisch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 16 May 1885

2 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL' SATURDAY MORNING MAY IG 1885 EHGEAJL TELEGRAUS. I1ETI10DIST BISHOPS 13 tat In Conference at St, Louis. . Br. Loins, May 14. The Board of MeihO-t-diat Episcopal Bishops met here thia morning at Union Church. There were present Biahcp Thomas Bowman, of St. Louis, Hsnior BiBhop, presiding; W. L Harris, of New York; R. S. Foster, of Boaton ; S M. Merrill, of Chicago; . O. Andrews, of Washington, D. 0.; H. W. Warren, of Danver, Colo ; Cyrna W. Foss, of Minneapolis, Minn.; William X. Winde, of Topeka. Ka?.; John M. Waiden, of Cincinnati; W. F. Mallalienx. Only the preliminary business of the session was transact d and adjournment w&3 had to prepare for a mass meeting to night to be addraacd by Bishop Foss. A LtMyette Sezfitfaü. Cpedal to the Zci.iel. Lafatetts, Ii Miyir. Tha city was startled to da y , socii sensation in the thape of an ciiment cisa in connection xiithaiatiDgrln !cj,which falls Ufce a thundercrash in society alleles. 113 part...

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

THE IIJDIAITAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 36 1885. eouLT-nouuc localo. Ebel Gull IJcSar tho üctt CItU Illsbb Law Filed Yesterday. X3uit on o Conotaole's Bond A. Suit Against the Encaustic Tile Works ' Other Court Notes. Tke nnmphriM' Admire sl&nder suit Is i Uli on trial in the Circuit Court. In the tcit of Jane Kline vj. the National EjneDt Atrociation, to collect a policy, Judge tlker'i jury returned a Terdict for the daffLcanu John Lee, of Crawfordsville, has filed a petition asking Judge Woods to allow him $4,CCO for eerrlces as President of the A., L. and Et L. Iliilway Company during the pait year. mt has been commenced in the Federal Ccurt against the Commissioners of Grant County to obtain certain taxes alleged to be cine the P., 8L L. and T. Railway from sevcial of the townships of the county. II. L. Lloyd will put up a $1,500 frame cottage on the corner of Tal bo U avenue and Houston street Jfary Foley will erect a f 1,000 tram cottage on Wal cot ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 16 May 1885

THE NDIAH-AfULlß DAILY 8EKTII7EL- SATURDAY UOSITIWGIAY 10 lüüü SATURDAY, MAY M. Orricra 7J and 75 W starlet 8tzet. KITES OF suucrcirrioN ?ndlanpoll Swttttnol for 1 Mtt.f ottjra 8andf nuri Weekly fcluhm. - DAILY. Delivered br carrier, per weet 4 25 Daily, including Sunday, per ivi 80 Daily, per annum, bfsaaiU.. . 10 00 Dailr. pe? ansnxn. by nail, liclaila? Sunday, fcy mall....,. 12 00 Dally, delivered by carrier, per annum-.. 12 CO Dally, delivered by carrier, p?r aanuru, ineluding 8unday...... 1 M Dally, to newsdealers, per copy 6 SUNDAY. Bnnday edition of eighty-four columns- .1! 00 (ronday Sentinel, by carrier 2 60 To newsde&len, per copy-.-....-... ...... 3$ WEZKLY. Weekly, perannnm. .... S 1 00 The postage on subscriptions by mail li prepaid by the publisher. Newsdealers supplied at thrre cents per copy. Postage or other charges prepaid. Entered as second-class matter at the Pos to ace at Indianapolis. Ind. Jso Illinois Senator jet The Legi flat a re has adjourned un...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 16 May 1885

CKB INDIANAPOLIS BAIL IT 8BHTIKEL SATURDAY HORNING' MAT 16 1085 V A FLEA FOn IICRCT. Osorcro Fcslor PJeada Guilty to Passincr Counterfeit Money and Asks for Mercy. Georgs Fesler, of Morgan County, arrested tit Franklin a few days ago on a charge of racing countsrfeli cumrjcy. was bsfore Jad-3 7oods, cf tho Federal Court, yesterday, tad entered a plea of guilty. It appears that he owed, a deal mate $1.10, and told him that he would pay the sum if he would change a f 10 bill. The party readily made the change, but afterward dlecorered that the auppoaed bill which he received wai really a representation of a bill cut from a "Counterfeit detector, Tba transaction took place in Morgan County, but Fealer was followed to Franklin and there arrested. When he appeared before Judge Woods, hla Honor said: "WelJ, I understand you want to plead guilty V uY.r; replied Fesler. "and I want your Honor to be as light on me as possible. Whisky has brought me into thU trouble and many others in the las...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 16 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MOltNING WAY 30 1885 &MICIAL Alfl) COnOERClAL. nONCY AND HT(JCI8. new York Financial 81rket. NK7f TO UK, 15,-Monny-On cull eajy at 1 per cent, frlrno Mercantile Taper 4$) per Cent Foreign Kschange Fairly active and Arm at 4hf ;; for iUmj days, and 4-,h lor abort sight. 'Ihn total ,aiea of Hocks today were 1)1,711 shares, Including Pelawnre, Lackawanna and Western, 4,00Ct Ltko Sborc. H.370, LoulitillOAnd Nn.hYtllc, 11,0 jC; Northwcstt rn, 20,:;o; New York entral, 62.HC; Hi. 1'auI, Unloa Pacific, ."., t to. HTheic ii to (hange In tle iotAtion for Got tnracnt bonds, xerpt au advaaco of Rinthe tcittitcrctl pt There was a al of rcgttcrcd 4)i at ins. and i cuujoa At m; I Htato bonds are ycry dull and generally tinbanned In quotation. Louisiana 7conol, how ever, ii p I per erat, lit Uo prhu bid, aud Mlchlgatt 7a iwo2 per tent, loner. The took market to-day has been less active, tut tai eihlLltcd a strong undcrtoou all tUy, The news this ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 16 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING MAY 16 1885. 'itruttsu'.fcsg my afUr-d.aer cigar and reading 1 nc go the sp!anids In atdir when 1 was accosted by an old woman TTho inquire i in French for the nearest photographer. Hi wore tne common dress of the Ahasian 7. visant, and her dnsty shoes indicated a Ion f foot journey, bat under her linen head drei feil her white hair around a face that, aun timed and wrinkled and wearing traces of rec at tear?, yet was 00 beautiful In its expreuton of tender gosdness and touching resignaVcn, not unmixed with a certain pride, tha I Involuntarily addresiod her as Gjandmeif," and forgetting that I had promised a Mend tj await his arrival, cflert d to guide he rto her destination. On the road she t lid me bar simple story. 5bs was a widow, and lived prior to tho iiench-Gzrman wa lwith her ruarrieJ son la a village fifty miles Vom Strasbourg. Tkey were wellto do peamnls before tbe enemy invaded their little 1 Wage; but ne morning Jhey woke ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 16 May 1885

8 TBE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY 8EHTIWEL SAlURDAT MORNING MAY -16 1886' Ti m m sin C3t3TZLJ3LI8IIEr 1853.) 1 3 orset Department. We call attention to THIRTYTWO 8TYLE8 OF CORSETS, many of which can be found only at our store. 1. RoEebud. 2. Elegant. 3. Conformator; 4. R. & G. "Moulded.5' 5. Dr. Stiong's Tampico. 6. Dr. Strong's Health. 7. Silk Fitting 8. The New York Store. , 9. "Ball's" Health. 10. Friend Relief. 11. Flexible Sides. 12. Nobleeee. 1 3. Madam Mora's Improved Duplex. 14. Satin Regalia. 15. Madam Foy's Improved. 1 6. Dr. Warner's Abdominal. 17. Dr. Warner's Health. 18. Dr. Warner's Nursing. 1 9. Madam Strong's Nursing. 'iO. Back Supporting. 21. Marquise. 22. Coronet 23. Patent Venus. 24. 550 Bone. 25. Marie. 26. Norma. 27. Barstogan. 28. Sarah. 29. Misses' Corset. 30. Young Lady's Corset. 31. Boston Comfort. 32. C. P. Corset. All the above named Corsets in all desirable sizes 'in White and Colors. Te also have Children's WaiEts in all nzes of the best makes. Ladies...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 17 May 1885

i VOL. XXXIV-NO. 137. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 17 1885-SIXTEEN PAGES. WHOLE NO. 10,201. 1 I W ml iWpJPiw r V r T J. 1 . i "3 i "WHEN indications, i TOR SUNDAY,-Loral ralc and partly flocdy nfkther In altern portion, followed bjr fair weather; lower barometer it icd M&tlonary temperature, except la eastern portion, lower temperature. If the present weather meets Villi to reverse, ycur thoughts must soon turn to lighter underwear. We have a Teat variety of the intermediate weights, goods that should follow the 7inter and precede tlie summer textures. It is almost absolutely necessary t make graduil changes to insure comfort and health, and at no place can this be done to better advantage, variety snd prica considered, then at the SP ! H OM3I Gl Gt iii no Store. AMUHITMilNIb. One week, coinmenciss Monday, May IS, Matinees every day except Monday, engaement ol the Famous Linie Actress, Ml33 ARNE WALKER, Supported by a Superb Company. REFI-IKTOIRE: Monday and Tuesday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 17 May 1885

THK INDIANAPOLIS J)AILY BKhTiNKL UNDAY MOItNlNtT MA V 17 1885. VA8IIINÜI0N lBTriB. Aa latercstlrjjr Interview ,71th a Wci Tolut UradtiAtc. MtiiflMug of Nolad tXUUnry Academy Pullee ft ltd tWHSt-4 (!tUt tit full I niroriu btl Ilia It nun Ht tha l'rnt aa-Uaneral Metrttt, Waoiiamton, II Tlit lbard of VMto.a, i.j I olntui by the Pffitdtnt n fow days slues to slall West Point, arts bef-lnnlo to make llittr iirifif nianti for their visit of Inspec tluntothls not I school. "It ! ()lt bent tulllfar Itttttultcn In the world," said an enthusiastic Weil 1'chii graduate to your correspondent, talking ot Ota aotdemy and I la fourio of daveloniueut. -They have Ihilrfchroli In Krauet and Kngtand and tiennanr v. lure- the various bundiM are tauabt, but Laic In cur Wot Point Academy n Jiar ill lit friturmot military Ufa for the tu Jent, so that when ha graduates front It I e is a thereof.!- soldier, lit tot the cavatry or Infantry or artillery, ai i mar Prefer." "Whit branch of tho service Ii most p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 17 May 1885

3 I 7 i 1 A TOOrSAN D CO ECK, V K If. .4U AHAV. A tteceacd cheers for the blighted life, Tbe lonely one we dully meet. Tr c std, Hd lot-a knight in tte strife la ticcJcn down by rapid feet. H cetdi cnr hand In the heartless rice. The vclce of loTe might calm hia fears. Oar müe mfzht br!s.t?n his careworn fa:e, Inj lie bis life wlir. a thousand cheers. A thonjirdchfcn lor theiewlns clrl! With ter tired bards and fc-r heavy fcearlTfccufh pnrc in toul-uotnown In the whirl CI rxcney-roakcrs In city mart O teantifui flower os the toilsome pub, 0 jtwtl raie for the, weary eye, ) thought subl'mc tha: her tolila; bath A thousand cheers Item the atar.y skies! A it ouiand rhecr for the hocet boy. I'm siccd in chems rf fame and wealth. Vt fcoe steps are herald of restless joy 1 he mtlcts joy of rurced fcealta. Tr cionds rnmT btiViw, some tannr day, .TMsTictureg'l? wi b moaning lle,ht. tu: bci:cr cn earth silil flads ft way and locia enough for a deed of right. A thouiand cheers for the man cf ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 17 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILT SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING MAY 171885 -SIXTEEN PAGES. 1 Tie Sri ay mm Is the largest and best newspaper published in Indians, CONTAINING 104 COLUMNS. free fron fartUaa ftlitic aal SecUrUi Dial. Oa 11 subjects of publio interest it expresses ita opinions according to its best Judgement, with a view only of promoting ta BEST INTEREST OF SOCIETY. It contains the cream of the news from quarters down to 4 o'clock Sunday mornmg, excluding only that which is prurient or immorally sensation ai. In few word?, tho Bcsdat Sssxisax is devoted to that clas3 of nsws, iiterary and miscellany, proper and.' necessary to make it what it is, THE PAPER, FOR. THE PEOPLE; apecialiy adapted to the home. The Sunday SzxTisri. influence will be given in aid of the Elevation and Advancement of Woman to the true position which is hers by virtue of natural justice. Ittce, $2 per year; twenty cents per month, delivered by carrier; five C6nts per copy. s IX IT I SIXTEEN PAGES. SUNDAY, MAY 17. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 17 May 1885

CHE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING MAT 17 1881. -SIXTEEN TAGES 5 JUUE LAXXIl'M APPOIXT2IEXT As Hecelyar of Harrison's Bank Declared Illegal and Void. A decision of tome Importance to the creditor! of Uarrlaoa'i Sauk wai rendered jeter2aj In tbe Supreme Court, and the probaWlltiii are tut thoaa äobire obtained 1cdmeut for tbeir deposit I trill hot stand la tbe mat ot preferred creditors, an i ee pa'.d before the aretiea on Mr. Harrison's bo : J. The question grew out of tie -appointment o! JudielL N. Lamb as receirer o! the bnk. 5xa after hl- vpolnimenx, Mr. J. T. Trcly, a d?poiltor, tooc jad?meat against the bank for jJ.5-j-j.l2, and filed a complaint asking for -an execution against the property of the defend anii then in the hnls of the recjlrer, and allejlasr tbat his prolntmsEt wai void bjrauie apToitd Jn racatlcn. A demurrer wai filed act ust&ined, and Mr. lVesly carried the l oint of !ir to tfce Mjprems Court. The dcci'ioa jcitexday icmanicd the cue hic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 17 May 1885

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING MAY 17 I8S5 OÜIi SOCIAL LIFE, Is Efea !a Slnlatnre TIciT8 or Iadian apolls Tecple. Cczcpleta Record of Society Events, Ictrotner ?71tn tne Comlngr and Qclzg of tbe Capital City Denizens. JTtc F cciety column or the Sunday Sentinel is a iptrisl festere, and an effort is made vita each cdtllcn to furnish such cola ma aa will be of InUrtM to alt tbe readers of the Sentinel. We hope tae fiienda of the Sentinel win Uli furnish us with matter for this department, and assure them It: air such Items are uted if practicable. Ia ptraricz teciety item, pleaw use but one aide of tie pstcr. AH tew. 'er this column must be algccd It the author, not for publication, but for nr cwn protection. Mrs. V, ill Eeills is la Richmond. Marshal Manning Is itHl Terj sictr. Mrs. Maurice Albresht Is In Dayton. L. E. John'on Iain Washington City. 3IJa Cora Cooper Is home from Fran fclin. Captain a II. OErien if again conralctcent. J'rank Knottshas returned fjom N...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 17 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SlfND AT MORNING MAY 17 1885: It Ulateall litti?v5 colaam ihall (record CCTAa'a wort in all thanr!! Sells of naefalncea ttZttt optataa reT?t.Jaf woaei, and voice "&e Tlmial tüDa;tiU ofwwisx IUs bophtt 127 may la nozi9 raearore euoa.-tje treng tu a woiaa !a every wortüj eyjrt,iai'iis la las tbs problem of self ni-jort, protec tätL tbrtnza kaoir:Jge of forms or bualaea an! Iai lcrplre täa to altaia to tfceir rlzaiful postuor, taataaa n:oaa ca:iiu:caeJ. e'.Tated womaa fcooa ennoble tte borne, tiae race, the Nation. .WoaiJi't WorM" Is wU. Ai wife, as aotii, at fcos&a-ranker. worker. educator. 4 Dhllint&roptst, a con ra.le, asdtlxca, and as a auaiaaelax. W35ca u GTcrwssra bul'.liaj for neraeU and Uer isasrarioa. yroai ai: section or tali world, btlaf reparu of ladiTldaal and organised wort, anri I1cjs. taoals. suistlvjsi aad Inquiries re tav'.Uhl rr tnesa colacms. 414rci all sncä comnuaicatloas to FLOaxsts M. ADxisao. 1 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 17 May 1885

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING MAY 17 188 SIXTKEN PAGES h m m STORE 1853.) Sörset Department "We call attention to THIRTYTWO STYLES OF COR3ETS, many of which can be found only at" oar store. 1. Rosebud. 2. Elegant. 3. Coniormator. , 4. R. & G. "MouldeJ." 5. Dr. Stioog's Tampiea. 6. Dr. Strong Health. 7. Silk Fitting 8. The New York Store. 9. "Ball's" Health. 10. Tricora Relief. 11. Flexible Sides. 12. Noblesse. 23, Madam Mora'a Improved Duplex. 14. Satin Regalia. 15. Madam Foj's Improved. 36. Dr. Warner's Abdominal. 17. Dr. War net 'd Health. 38. Dr. Warner's N crsing. ID. Madam Strong's Nursing. 0. ikk Supporting. 21. Marquise. 52. Coronet. 23. Tafent Venu 3. 24. 650 Bone. . 25. Marie. 6. Norma. 27. Caritogsn. ' ' 28. Sarah. : - 20. Misses' Corset. . Young Lad's Coret. 31. Boston Comfort. 32. C. P. Corset. All the above named Corsets in all dcbirable sizes in White and CoIoif. also have Children's Waists in all nzes of the best makes'. Ladies will noti...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 17 May 1885

4 A A I! 1 K DOUBLE NUMBER. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1885. L'ACJES 9 TO 1. . 1 1 VN. A,6 A. yAV 3) hi ii i ii hi hi n i ii i hihi hi ir i F I J t The SUNDAY SENTINEL -3a Offers advertising in its Want Columns FEEE to those desiring situa1 tions, asking information, private L. families wanting heh), renting rooms or desiring boarders. Also articles löst or found. Other advertisements in the Want Column inserted at one7 third the rate asked bv other news- ) papers in Indianapolis. These ad- 65,000 to 70.000 readers. WANTED. ANTED GIrL 210 Blake itreet. 16 ANTED rialn tewing. cOGCoburn street. 1U WANTED Situation as nurse 201 North Pine Etttet. 10 "XTii ANITD B:arders warned at 92 West Onlo VV street. 10 ANTED Experienced porter. Brunswick W notel. 16 TtTTANTED-A good barber at 213 West WasainsVv ton street. 1G TTTTANTED-Situation as coo. Call at Room 24 W iron Bloc. 16 "YI7AHTED First class sewing glxL 24 West YY Worth street. 16 WANTED Carriage painter. 8. DA. VIS. Cumbe...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 17 May 1885

10 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, 8UNDAY MOKNING, MAY 17, 1885. LOVE OR MONEY; OB, 'c PERILOUS SECRET. BT CHARLES RHADE, cicr of "Put Yourself la Ills Tine etc., etc, etc. , cnArTEii x. THE GORDIAN KNOT. t "Walter, however, would not despair until he had laid the alternative betöre his father. lie did so, firmly hut coollv. His father, irritated by the scene witlj Bartley, treated Walter s proposal with indignant scorn. Walter continued to keep his temper, nd with some reluctance asked liim whether he owed nothing, not even a pacrilice of his prejudices, to a son who had never disobeyed him, and had improved Ids circumstances. "Come, sir," said he; "when the happiness of ray life is at stake I venture to lay aside delicacy, and ask you whether I nave not been a pood son, and a serviceable one to vou?" "Yes, Walter, said the Colonel, "with this exception." "Then now or never give me my reTrard." "Ill try," said the prim Colonel; "but . I see it will bo hard work. However, I'll try ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 17 May 1885

THE HTDIA.HAP0LI8 DAILY - SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 17j 1885. 11 ON NATIONAL TRAITS. DOWN PIATT DISCUSSES THEM IN HIS MEMORIES OF LONDON. xae Topular Theorie Thereon Shown to be Untenable YouthfulJoIin Itnll Asserting Thrlr Kiglit Hnntlng for Illonde KiiglUlimen. IOriRlna.1.1 There is a delusion common to humanity la general, and very strong in tourists given to pen driving, that there are certain national characteristics by which one people may be known from another. That such exist one cannot doubt, but that they are found to the xtent relied on is a delusion. My attention iras called to this by an honorable M. P., -who, looting with me upon London bridge, caid that there was a tradition to the effect that if one could look at London bridge any time during the day and not see a white ; horse upon it, such unfortunate spectator would have some grave misfortune happen him within tueuty tour hours. There is another peculiar feature about I IiOndon bridge," he went on to assert. "W...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 17 May 1885

12 THE INDIAN Alf ÜLIßDAILI SENTINEL SUNDAY -.MORNING MAY 17 1885 TAX.HAGE. "Why Io Tho 71ckcd Iilve?" I SI ado tho 0 abject of a DIscouroo. S7hca God Can VTIpo Them Oat, What Season Is Thero for Their Existence.' The Query Answered Binnen Are Permitted to Live That 1 hey Slay Hepent and Prepare to Die "Sin and Satan, Bbookltn, N, Y., May 10. Six thousand people ts xuuil thronged the pews, the aisle?, tae corridors and the adjoining parlors of the immense audience room of the Brooklyn Tabernacle this morning. Dr. Talmage re id pipages of Scriptare in which good and bad character was set off in vivid contrast, and gave oat the hymn: Arm of the Lord, awake! awake 1 Put on thy strength, the nauonu shake!" Thembiect discussed was: "Why does Cod permit Satan and sin to exist, when Trith one blow He might annihilate them?" The text was Job xxi., 7: Wherefore do the wicked live?" Following is the sermon: Poor Job with tasks, with slings, with horns, with hoofs all tho misfortunes of life c...

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