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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 17 May 1885

CHE INDIANAPOLIS DAILK SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING MAT 17 I860 13 TTrlttea for the Sunday Ctntlatl. DC AO Prf J,A. 8tl, or Cutrl Normal ColUff. tTo-Car, few brief linei that mt mj view, And chilled my heart to alienee, as I re&d Announced, la common phraie but all too true. That la hli home Frofeaor Mtecle Ilea dead. lileadcadl Bat now, he filled hU honored plice; II Lj batj brain cygItIq golden tnought; The li$at or noble purposs on bit face All seit forfeiting la the lore he taught. lore that expands xblU tue human Roal; Refines the heart, makes altering reason Just; Bring brutal pauioni ender i eli-control, And lifts man In God's Image, from the dait. We never met upon the world's highway, And, yef, I aumbertd him among mj friend i, For, takln? note of wbat I heard men taj, I knew we labored for the selfsame ends. Ills work had bisher reach and broader scope; It promised larger gain and surer good, While I ws wal'xln: bsnd in hand with hope, And doing down my pathway wim ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 17 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1885 i ABOUT THE MIND CUBE. tlOW IT FLOURISHES IN BOSTO'I AMONG THE FIRST FAMILIES. I Ideal Cone Over Which Theological ZJons Growl Thought 3IeIiclne and How it 1 Administered, A. New Science. ' Pjwcial Correspondence. Boston, May 12. "Transcendental medicine' is a term not easy to grasp outside of Boiton. Here it and other inexplicable kindred phrases are on everybody's lips. The "philosophy of idealism," "Christian science," ,4psycho-therapeutics,n "psychical YiraV "phonopathy," "the sympathetic tense, n all interlard table and parlor conversation as p!entifully as weather opinions in 2Tew York. They are all different names for the 4mind oure" which now holds Boston, so to speak, in the hollow of its ideal hand. This is not merely the craze of a few fanatics; it is c plant that has taken root in intellect ml aid aristocratic soil, and flourishes to an exten I that would cause any ambitious green-bay tree to bans its head in ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 17 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 17, 1885. Iff AMBROSE J. UEUBON, TTn First Democratic Mayor In the History of the Git of Greenfield, Indiana. The Mayor elect of Greenfield, Indiana. turn la Decatur coanty, Indiana, February 13, 1844, where he resided until a few months alter the war of the great Rebellion rokeoat On December 10. 1861, he enlisted as a private and served the terra of -three yeara, after which he veternired, aDd was coon promo ed to first corporal. Soon after he W3 detailed as regimental color bearer, and remained In active service until the dese of 'the war. Returning to Indiana, he settled In Shelby county, where he remained until Uarch20, 1872, wben he citbq to Greenfield -and has since resided among those people. July 24, 1873, he was married to Miss Cinderella Gebhart, a handsome and accomplished young lady, with whom he has resided until surrounded by four children. Hi, Herron is a carpenter of experience and practice, and is an honor to his...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 17 May 1885

16 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUN DAI MORNING MAY 17 188&' NFT7 YOBK LETTER, Descriptions of Scenes That Are Unfortunately Net Exaggerated. Hi Vagabond Life of a Great City Where Criminals Are Scared and Taught Lessons of Crime-Filth That Only New York Can qual A. Sombre Picture. (Philadelphia Frees. Nsw York, May 9 Strange as it may Eeeru, the chief cities of republics are rarely ckaD. Without entering at all into a discussion of the desirability of being a free citizen with free speech -and freedom of action in a free country, it is difficult to avoid the conclusion that In a free country where free men are permitted freedom of speech and freedom of action, enforced cleanliness is an apparent impossibility. Nothing short of absolute monarchy, a despotism dependent upon the whim of no one cave the supreme autocrat in control, can compel even decent people to live in public cleanliness. Brooklyn is the dirtiest city I ever saw. Its streets in winter are literally co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 18 May 1885

VN III 1(1 I I I I Mil l II W1 VOL. XXXIYNO. 138. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, MAY IS 1885. WHOLE NO. 10,202. WHEN INDICATIONS. nron i)NIAT.-Increninc clondlue-s and local ralo; variable wind, generally from south to treat; lower temperature THOUSANDS Have visited the WHEN during' the past week, ted thither by attractions and prices which have no counterpart in this market. One of the busiest places of the Is the Children's Department. There is a vast amount to be seen in this emporium for little people, where thousands of suit3 areebown at prices ranging from 75c to $10. SNEEZE ! SNEEZE! sneeze, until your head seems ready to fly off:untii yournos3 and eyes dtscnarso excessive quantities of thin, Irritating, watery fluid : until your head aches, xncmh and throat parched, and blojd at mm fever heat This is an. Acute Catarrh, aid is Instantly relieved by a single dose, and per !" bottle Of 8ANFO'J't Radical Cube fob CATARRH. Conplcte Treatment with Inhaler, $1.00. One bottle Radical...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 18 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING MAI 18 1885. PROM TUE SUNDAY 8EXTINEL. rEKEBAL NEWS. An JotcrestlBg Batch of News and Gossip From WashBiol Captured and the Rebellion Over An Embezzler Arrested Tho Murdered Italian. THE FIRST LIE. Tills If Caught on ih Fly and Nailed to the Counter Social Callers at tho White Hobs and How They Are Received Sir Ilendrlcka Kobustlcmsness Hoosler Returning Home. Special to tho Sea tin eL Wasiungtcn, fsy 16. In tie story that Judge Gooding, at a private dinner party, threw himself on the outside of a tureen of soup, pourlns a quantity of the fluid that wai meant -for three down hii alimentary tank with a ladle, allows a Bentinel reporter to assure a palpitating public contains not one word of truth. It is an ancient fabrication, and was first used by Seward'aFive Point managers against Lincoln In the Chicago Convention that give hin the nomination lor President. It has since been brought into requisition to embarrass many other distinguish...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 18 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING, MAY J 8 1885. 3 TUG RECOUP. CüoT7iB(j tnc fJarrlagee, Births and Deaths During the Past Week. ALTAI Kobert Farrii, Minnie Eanks. niUm u. Coglll, Lillie Hawkins. Ksmcel Pattlson, Joscphsae Vereis. GcUkTe Simonton. Bertha Fashion. Albert Johnson, May Brooks. Jofcn Proven. Gertrude Mcck. Oscar Jones. Katie Kaem. Lewis Taylor, Asnes Bnem. Jchn tlin. May Ward. Treal J.ummert. May reamer. Patrick tooney, Mz5te Comody. curue "William and Minnfe cnuleger boy, 1 avid aDd Belle Griffin-girl. Fitd and Mz2ie Wtirßors: girl, hiiaa and L'zzie I ritt toy. ' William and hue Perkins-boy. OiUj ana Minna Minuter -boy and girl. Neion and Addle Hout girl, a. and May Wonders-boy. Ed ward and Lizzie richimtt girL to. und Beile Rctfenfccrger - g!r;. Illiam and Earbr.ru Machae-girl. CU'taveand Mary ilofl'tnan byy. j M. and Elizabeth Estes boy. Join and Rose Suhr-jrirL Henry and Minnie Blake-boy. A kxacdtr and Emma H utehi?on- boy, Harlan P. and Sarah Miller-bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 18 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING MAY 18 1885 MONDAY, MAY 1. OFFICFt 71 and 7.1 17 est Slarket Streat BATES OF SUBxCKirriOX. Indianapolis Rentlnel for 1883 Daily, San day and Weekly Editions. DAILY. Delivered by carrier, per weet........... 25 30 10 00 Dally, Including Sunday, per weak. Daily, per annum, by nail Daily, per acnnci, by mall, includlnz Sun day, by THa11 - n 12 00 Daily, delivered by carrier, per annum 12 00 Dally, delivered by carrier, per annum, including Sunday. . 14 00 Dally, to newsdealers, per copy & SUNDAY. Sunday edition of eighty-four columns- ?! CO Sunday Sentinel, by carrier..... 2 50 To newsdealers, per copy- . ZY WEEKLY. Weekly, per annum. ..3 1 00 The postage on inscriptions by mail is prepaid by the publisher. Newsdealers supplied at three cents per copy. Postage or ether charges prepaid. Entered a lecond-class matter at the FostoSce at Indianapolis Ind. Mn. Phelps was pie3ented to Lord GranTille cn Saturday by Mr. Lowell. Thb let...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 18 May 1885

CHE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING MAY 18 1885 BASE BILL. The Horn Team 8af7ers Defeat at 3111-waubee-Baltimore Beats Cincinnati 7hile Brooklyn Downs LouUiHe Other Games. Uilwauicie, May 17. The gama between the Mllw-aakee and Indianapolis clubi here to-day was very interesting and abounded in brilliant playc Following Is the a:ore by innings: III 1 wau kern. 1000 0 0 0 o o o o o l i:o m Indianapolis.., Disorderly Because Their Feti Lost. Cixcixicatt, O., May 17. The tianal large Sunday attendance at the Base Ball Park yvitnessad a close game between the Cincinnati and Baltimore Clubs. Over 6.000 were preeant. The progress of tbe game was somewhat impeded by the disorder of the crowd, Trhich was tha moat disorderly teen in this ciiy for saveral years. Score: ClncInBaU.. - 20000020 15 Baltimore. . 0 0 3 0 1 U 0 J 0 A Clone Game at Louisville. Louisville, May 17. The Brooklyn Club defeated the Lonisvilles this afternoon, in a -close game. The weather was wann and there was...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 18 May 1885

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING MAY 18 1885 fiHAiiciALAiiDCoaajsaciAL, HONEY. AND SEÜCKS. Haw York Ftuaaclal ftfarkat. NEf? TOiK, May lC-ücney-On call easy at 1 per centr Prime Hcrcanöla Paper 435 per cent. Foreign Exchange-Qilct and unchanged. Ihe total tales ol stocks to-day were 109,261 barer, Including Delaware. Lackawanna anl TYutexnc32,4C0. Lake Store. 7.8CC; Louisville an 1 Nashville, 16.CC0; North weitern, 12.2C0; New York Central. 15.275: Pacific Mall, l,5u0; 8t. Taul, 10,00); Union Pacific, C7,C 00; Western rnion, 4,000. In Government bonds there was an advanced per cent, in quotations fortbe4ianl aWWüper cents., In the currency 6s, an! & dtcliceof 'n the 3s. There were sates of tin Ss at 1C3", ana the registered y per cents, a: Crate Securities have shown a renewei activity and quotations were generally hiiher.'with ales'of Louisiana consols.ex-raaturei coupons, at G-&i5 North Carolina tax at 5. and Alabama clacs C at 4S. The steck...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 18 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MOltNING MAY 18 1885. TKOU TUB BÜIWJLY SENTINEL OLD VOßLl) ÄEWS. CJuarre 1 In llio En;lih Cabinet Political Strength lirulopiotf Among UrlUxli n ktugmeu Tho Rovl3ed Old TYatamont Com ploted and Oopiea Given ' Out-Othnr tTöwa nisrrrl In thtt c:nhlt, over the Irlnh Crime An t.nb..r IMndtdntea tor l'nrllnwviM-p-nr.tula, 11 c. LoNitfiN, May lc The quarrel lu tho Cablurt Ou r lh) advisability ot niching the Irish Crime net t ame to lie a-i this tvniti?, A minority ot the Ulbltter.s, hearted by HUht Honorable Jov pu Chamberlain, Chairman of the Hoard of Trade, ad vrxatcd the abutdonmcnt of Iho act. This minor ity va finally chorionic, ami the (Jotcrnutent have du Idcd to piopose a renewal for two years if tho act in a motilfkd form. Tho rurticlltte uro ihtsotrnlut ludljctmut At the (iotcrtiuisnt for tnla lUctstoti. They have privately warned tho Minuten that tho effect of any nttcm tt to rcuctv tbo net, cut Ift greatly intubated form, trill be tho th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 18 May 1885

G THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING MAY 18 1885 1 DE M SHE (IT5TABLI8UED 1053.) orsef DlpFiuent We call attention to THIRTYTWO STYLES OF COR3ETS, many of ?hich can be found only at our ßtore. 1. Rosebud, 2. Elegant. 3. Coxiformator. 4. R. & G. "Moulded." 5. Dr. Strong's Tarn pico 6. Dr. Strong's Health. 7. Silk Fitting 8. The New York Store. 9. "IkllV'.Health. 10. Tricora Relief. 11. Flexible Sides. 12. Noblesee. 13. Madam Mora's Improved Duplex. 14. Satin Regalia. 16. Madam Foy's Improved, 16. Dr. Warner's Abdominal. 17. Dr. Warner's Health. 18. Dr. Warners Nursing. 1 0. Madam Strong's Nursing. 20. Rack Supporting. 21. Marquise. 22. Coronet. 23. Patent Venu3. 24. 550 Bone. 25. Marie. 26. Norma. 27. Sarfitogsn. 28. Sarah. 29. Mieses' Corset. 30. Young Lady's Coroet. 31. Boston Comfort. 32. C. P. Corset. ' All the above named Corsets in all desirable sizes in White and Colore. VTe also have Children's Waiets in all sizes of the best makes. Ladies will notice ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 19 May 1885

.A 1 'iiffiif V V V NT V "VOL. XXXIV -NO. 139. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 19 1885. WHOLE NO. 10,203. A 1 114 . I I III lll l I fa I I I I III I r ) I 1 r ) WHEN INDICATIONS. roil TÜESDAY.-Colder and partly elondy 'weather, and occasional rains and northwesterly winde; fclgfcer barometer. There are seme vocations that require Clothing that must be submitted to severe tests of service. Clothing that is not expected to be of the very latest craze with regard to pattern, style and cut, but that look 8 respecfable, 13 guaranteed to be strong and durable, and does not cost much money. We offer such combinations in this direction as no other house in this city can. We begin at 3.50 lor a splendid wearing Suit, and between this price and 01O we show hundreds at the W TS tm irr G folding Store. ftichmo CIO ABKTTE Smokers who are willing to pay a little more lor Cigarettes MBBMBMHMM.H tnan the price charstu lot me orainary traue Clearettea, will find the mCHUOITD STRAIT CUT No. 1 SUPE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 19 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING MAY 19 188& EHER A.L TELESBAHa SYSTEMATIC BOBBEBY. T7orkmen Kidnaped and Robbed bj Guatemala, American, Qallroad Contractors, New York, Hay 18 The Herald this morning published a story from Key West, Fie., which gives an account of the kidnapins of Edw&rd Santa Bora, a youth of six teen years, from New Orleans. Rosa relates a pitiful story, which if trnc would call for a fell inyestizatlon by our Government Rosa states that last Geptember, at New Orlexni, he was enticed on board a yesse', the Captain of which offered to take him to Key "West. While he was talking to the Captain the vessel tailed, and he and sixty-3lx othen, who had leo been entrapped, were carried to Pcetro Barries, Guatemala, by the steamer Ella Knight "We arrived at Puetro Barrios, in Guatemala," llosa says, "about aundewn of Wednesday, October 8, after a voyage of a little over six day. Owing to eating poor food and drinking brackish water, n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 19 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 39 1885. 3 THE lUIIJUUDS. reoBore Wby ibo Pennsylvania Peo pie Want tho C . E. and D Tnt Lowest Average Fxelirfct Bato Ever Reported. The Lte Line's dot time card will ro into effect on Mordsy nit. Ecccial rates to Kef? Orleans Tfill not bo quoted after to-zaorrow. William H. Shields has been appointed agent of the J., M. and I. at Kockford. The freight amenta of the various Indianapolis read anticipate a very heavy corn yield throughout the State this jcar. The J., D. and 8. people are getting their road in good shape and are pushing ont Lard tor business, both passenger and ireignt. The local agent who predicted that bill players would ride In freight car this year, icerxstobeafalse prODhet. They continue to plide oyer the country in Pall man palace car?. That the lot of a p&senger agent is net a fcappy enc has been fairly demonstrated time and time again. It seems that they are now being cppietsed by the fiend who w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 19 May 1885

4 THE IKDIAXTAFÜIilß SENTINEL' TUESDAY HORNING MAY 19 1885 TUESDAY, MAY 19. OFFIOK: 71 and 73 VTttt Market Streat.' RATES OF SUBSCRIPIIOX. Indianapolis Sentinel for 1885 Dally. Sanday und Weekly Editions. DAILY. Delivered by carrier, per week....-...! 25 Dally. Including Sunday, per -week . SO Dally, per annum, by malL, . 10 00 Daily, per annum, by nail. Including Sunday, by nalL...... 12 00 Dally, delivered by carrier, per annum....-. 12 00 Dally, delivered by carrier, per annum, inclndlng 8nDdEj.w...... 14 CO Dally, to newsdealers, per copy 3 SUNDAY. Sunday edition of eighty-four columns 1! CO Sunday Sentinel, by carrier..... 2 50 To newsdealers, per copy-..-...-.. ... 3 WEEKLY. Weekly, per annum. j s l 00 The postage on subscriptions by mail Is prepaid by the publisher. Newsdealers supplied at three cents per copy. Posta ee or other charges prepaid. Entered as second-class matter at the Postoffice at Indianapolis, Ind. More new Pest master were appointed yesterday. Consent. Shall...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 19 May 1885

CHE 1NDIAITAP0LI8 BAIL If SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING MAY 19 1885 5 CITY LEGIGLATOnS. Üüfco Ccmcll Vczzzs a Kniabcr cf Ordlcircts tad Adopts garend notions. Bids Rocelved on the State Ditch Improvement Streets on Whtch tha Water Company Dealras to Lay Its Llalaa. There was a regular meeting of the Council list evening, Mayor ilcilaster presiding. A Jarge number of bidi for street irnpOYements vrero referred to the Committee on Contrast?. The City Engineer reported first and final estimates In behalf of the folio wing contracts: J. D. Hess t Co., $131.17; A. Brnner, 2,7.93; Richter & Twiname, $1,52G; J, W. Hudson, $,520 40; J. L. Spaulding $003 92; JJanway A Cooper, 107.51; H, C. Roney. A communication was received from M L. Bronn asking the Council to participate with tbe G. A. R. in proper observance of Memorial Day; al90 an invitation to attend and take part in the K. of P. parada on Wednesday, June 3. The contract and bond of Kosa & Fritz, uho were Bearded th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 19 May 1885

G THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL" TUESDAY MORNING MAY 19 1885 MAIICI&LÄlIDCOQÖSßGIAL. noNßr AND STOCKS. 28aw York Financial 31 ark et. NEW TOIIK, May 18. Honey On call easy at 1 per cent. Prime Mercantile Paper i&S per cent. Foreign Exchange Qj let at 4S0?4 for C3 days and mt for short eight. The total tales of stocks to-day wero 312,113 share, including Delaware. Lackawanna aud Weitem, 54,fC0; Lake Shore, lfi,735; Louisville and Nashville, Northwestern, 10,S33;New York Central. 0,510; raciCe Mall, 23,410; 6 Paul, 43,650; Union Pacific, C!.03o; Western I'nlon, 23,510; Oreton Transcontinental, 11, COO. Government bonds are quiet at unchanged quotations except an advance of in the fours and a decline of y on the currency sixes. State bonds are steady, with tales of North Giro Una tax at h)i and Nerth Carolina consolidated lours at 87 sTfcetec mirkftt Ims been unusually active, at tlLCs f-vribt and Koniewhat irregular to day. With a, few exceptions the price th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 19 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY. SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING MAY 19 1885. SUSIE'S DIPLOMACY, , I Time Sir 1 I tad ba born poor Instead ot rieb, fiimly believe I woulti have been hap!t J,rai! Richard LTaar, with afiteb. Kichard waa allting with a friend on a wruiu gvenooing me tea. xiewuumuaTe iixa remarkably handa-jrae lellcw, were :inot for tbe düconted eipr833ion which alway s clouded hl3 fco. On the other heed, hia companion, Arthur Kenmore, was a plam looking man, with nothing mors to itöteza his want of Cornellcet s but a bright pair cf eyts and a winning unite At first tight women were atrncl: by Richurd'o appearance; bnt &Her a time they jrrad nally bejrau to feel a preference for Arthur, bfcanse he talked amusingly and made hiaitelf bo agreeable. To tell the truth, Richard was too proud and reserved a fault for which his parent had been to blame, for ha had been a spoiled Child. 4,Do ycu really bslieve what you say, or do you only make that assertion to startle one?" aaked R...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 19 May 1885

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING MAY 10 1885 II DED WL STORE CESTAIILISIIl:r) 1833.) orset Department. i 13 We call attention to THIRTYTWO STYLES OF CORSETS, many of hich can be found only at our store. 1. Rosebud. 2. Elegant. 3. Conformator.4. R. & G. "Moulded' 5. Dr. Stiong's Tampico. 6. Dr. Strong's Health. 7. Silk Fitting 8. The New York Store. 9. "Ball's" Health. 10. Tricora Relief. 11. Flexible Sides. 12. Noblesse. 13. Madam Mora's Improved Duplex. 14. Satin Regalia. 15. Madam Foy's Improved. 16. Dr. Warner's Abdominal. 17. Dr. Warner's Health. 18. Dr. Warner's Nursing. 19. Madam Strong's Nursing. 20. Back Supporting. 21. Marquiee. 22. Coronet. 23. Patent Venus. 24. 550 Bone. 25. Marie. 26. Norma. 27. Sarstogsn. 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, 'e also have Children's Waists in all fize3 of the best make?. Ladies will...

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