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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 24 May 1885

1 DOUBLE NUMBER. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 2-J- 1885. PAG ES 0 TO 1 0. Kl 11 to i1 h I l IL r 4 ill i . f m ir I V IS" J I .J I 1 Y I - The SUNDAY SENTINEL -a Offers advertising in its Want Columns FKEE to those desiring situations, asking information, private families wanting heb, renting rooms or desiring boarders. Also articles lost or found. Other advertisements in the Want Column inserted at onethird the rate asked bv other newspapers in Indianapolis. These advertisements reach each Sunday from 65,000 to 70,000 readers. WANTED. DOARDER3. At lCfe Teru street. IRL for housework. 1' S Fletcher avcauc. -gov at drug store. STS West New York street. LOY at drug &tore. G73 West Nev Yor street. T7 1BST-CLAS3 BASUM AKEK, at Emerson's Mill. J? ANTED Solicitor. riassactusetta avenue. 7 ANTED -Tinner. 6 South Del iware strwt 24 T AUBEK, fust-Class. 153 East WaMitasSon street. A FEW DAY BOARDERS. 79 Norti Ililrcil street. VV ANTED Ucarders want:d at 02 West 0'iio ttrcct....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 24 May 1885

20 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1886. WE m MONEY; on, A PERILOUS SECRET. DT CH ARLES BEADS, er cf "Put Yourself In His Plica," etc., etc., etc. chapter xi. THE KXOT CUT ANOTHER TIED. The farm-house the Gilberts occupied ftad been a family mansion of great antiquity with a moat around it. It was held during the civil war by a stout royalist, who armed and garrisoned it after a fashion with his own servants. This had a different effect to what he intended. It drew the attention of one of Cromwell's generals, and he dispatched a party with cannon and petards to reduce the place, whilst he marched on to join Cromwell in enterprises of more Importance. The detachment of Roundheads summoned the place. The royalist, to show his respect for their authority, made his kitchen wench squeak a defiance from an upper window, from which she bolted with great rapidity as soon as she had thus represented the alorof the establishment, and when rext seen it was in the cella...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 24 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL . 8UNDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 188 5. u ETffiE-AND-EASYTRAVEL A SENSIBLE AND PLEASANT WAY TO GO ABROAD. Casing England on Foot and by Tioat. Pedestrian Um In Swltierland The Greatest Enjoyment by the Simplest Mean. Special Correspondence.! IT2T7 York, May 20. The new, the different, the unhackneyed is what human csture demands, especially in its pleasures; jet it is almost the last thing it seeks in its travels. To do just what one's neighbor has done seems to be the line marked out for most people's wandering. "Why should one go abroad!" sighs the Fifth avenue belle; "Paris Is only New York set in asphalt." Nevertheless she hies Larself across the sea and pitches her temporary tent upon tho asphalt because her friend in the next block, rr her cousin around the corner, is about to do the same. The boulevards and parklets of the French capital are twice as familiar to her as the unfashionable quarters of hr own city: but it does not occur to her either to s...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 24 May 1885

12 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MOÄNING MAY 21 1885 GOTHAH GOSSIP Io Man a Reasoning Animal or Crcatoro of Impulse? T(TO Significant Ccscs and Tiielr Moral. l'abllc Opinion and Lnn Court Judgment. Boston Herald. J New York, May 10, 1SS.' Two significant cases, that of a police officer named Crowley, charged with assaulting a llltlo girl in a bar room of a low dance home, and that of an Inaurrnce agant named Munsell, who was a juror In the case of tho people against the Irishman Short, who was charged with assaulting the Irishman Phel&n, accused of malfemnce In that he ylsitod O'Donoran'a den while serving as a juror, are startling Instances of the tendency of tho American people to allow prejudice to. sway their feelings, driving them in absoluta herd and droves along tho common pathway, regardless of the goal toward which they con to a J. Leaving asldo altogether tho question of guilt or innocence, so far 83 Crowley is coiccrned, let me explain tho cue. A gath...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 24 May 1885

CHE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING! MAT 24 1885 13 THE IIOIIE. tt Ls net doubtod tfcit xneu fcve tone In that Vi&ca ntere e&cii ona h&s established iiearta usa tha tun of his rcsssioa and fortune whence he will cot derart if nothing calls nun wy; whence 11 he h&s departed he acetaa to be a . TTisCcrcr.Eiidlf haicturastocca to w&tiaer. Condition Irrm Ciril Law. . . - "men at none, ray heart, rest, Tba bird la safest In the nest; O'er all xnex flatter tfceir wings and fly, A tawj u liOTerin? la the sJey," LOUglellOfTi Tb Robin ao tba Chicken. A plump little tobla flew down from a tree, To hunt for a woran, which ho happened to S20 1 A IrisKV youcR chicken came Ecamperlng by, And gazed at the robin nta woaderlag c7e. Haid the chicle, "What a queer-looking chicken Is taut! Its wings are so lorn? anl Its body so fat!" While the robin remarked, load enough to be heard; Dear r! an exceedlmly stranzo looilns bird!" Tan ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 24 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 24, 1885 24 HIGH ART. CThey sat within a little alcove, where Come thoughtful hand had pLacod, ostensibly To catch the eye of some art devotee, A largo portfolio of engravings rare. 2Lround them music throbbed and beauty smiled; But still with wise and criticaJ intent Above this treasure-trove they gravely bent, Dy every lessor treasure unbeguiled. I7o doubt tho pictures were beyond compare, But once, between the portiere's kindly fold t (Velvet, dull red, with arabesques of geld) I caught a gracious glimpse of one more fair. J I taw swift, happy hands a moment meet, love's tender questions shining in his eyes, And in her own I saw Love's glad repliesIt was the world-old story ever sweet. I sav. and never mortal can dissuade lie from so thinking, that they did not see, J n if J 1 . .1 41 I " : i . n I r rom jiu to nu, uiuugu actuug cuuiuxiy, Co fair a picture as the one they made. 01 thoughtful matron, when you placed that book, "...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 24 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, 8ÜNDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1885. 1C BY RAIL IN CUBA. WAYSIDE NOTES OF A JAUNT TO MATANZA3. Cars of the Crude Sort I-ottery-Tlcket Vender and Fruit Peddler Window View Landscape and Product A Sugar Plantation. Cuba Cor. Inter Ocean. Tba rolling-stock for all tho Cuban railways was built In the United Stato, with alizht modifications from tho American plan on account of climate ani tb.3 trade to be i accommodated. Tue cars are plain and oi l, representing tho crudo tort in use in the State a great many yeara ago. The flrstclas coachei are, perhaps, on a par with our smoking-car Tho seats aro canod, tho Toof I low, and tho interior woods are unmanwntei. Tho second-clasa curs are a ahaJe worse, and the third-clas cars have boards waU without backs, and blinds without window-glass. The flr-t-class car is always attached to the rear end of the train, md is generally about empty. When the train stops at a station a horde cf venders of various articles swarm in...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 24 May 1885

Iß TBE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING MAY 24 1885 II III AND THE PICNIC HAS BEGUN. Our first stroke was to offer to the public a lot of MmMmw Straw Mats Our rivals are dumbfounded at this offer and can not understand it. But we go right on in originating low prices on our Hats, and do not cut our prices to spite our competitors. "Ye point with pride to the great success we attained with our Fine Stiff Fur Hat .A.T TWO IOOIjIjAÄS. Our ONE DOLLAR LIGHT COLORED STIFF HAT and finally our MACKINAW HAT AT FIFTY CENTS We are also offering. A BROAD BRIMMED GREEN HAT FOR FIFTY CENTS. No. 16 East Washington Street. i f Met Sots, SofSfj 'Ornaments era V IU u ft. M EM Dinne Bisc Figures, 1 H Ol U La 44 and 46 Bast Washington Street GARDEN HO HOSE REELS, HOSE PIPES, jQlT bottom prices, at the BUB 18 East "Washington Street. STÄNDÄRD ELECTRO PLATE YsTORKS. GOLD, SILYER, NICKEL, BRASS AND TIN For Jewelers, Plumbers and Brass Founders. Reflating Surgical and Dental Instruments. Repairin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 25 May 1885

1 IK TOL. XXXIV 144 INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, MAY 25 1885 WHOLE NO. 30,209. www NX y or WHEN INDICATIONS. ITOn HONDA Y.-Local rain, followed by fair weather; vrlnde hlftlng to aonthwest and ctorthweit; atatloaary, followed la western portion by lower temperature. Our Subject To-Day la All-Wool Pants For 3Icn, at 5, 2.50 and S3, In mixed Cheviots, Stripes and Plaid Casgimeres. These gooch are just received, and combine a greater amount of style, -with good, serviceable qualities, than any we have ehown for some time. Call at the w Clothing Storo, "Where ail genuino bargains are found OANFORD'S RADICAL CURE, ?h Great ItoUtuole llMIUlUtt of Win h llt itMtrt ii tMow. 4Mimll(it nr, fdrtrij;itd, tjoer III oaiiii9 Km,, Kor the tmiiiMlrtlti relh'l and inaAiteii enra el v-ry form oMMirlt, from n Impl hl rol l or Influent initio Iom utumvll, hula ntid heiUUhh rotiidi, I.mu liliu mitt litolptnut eoiuumpUou. Ih le In 11 minute lit nitr 't etrry ntu, Notions IIa If. tlraUful, frmiritttt, who...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 25 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING MAY 15 1885 FROZt TUE BUK DAY 8ENTISEL, GENEBAL BfEWS. Different Ideas of Rest Growth Friendship-Secretary Whitney and John Koach'a Cruiser Dolphin. r Tho Paesonger Stcamohip Olty B8rlln Strlkeo an Iceborg in tho Fogs Off Newfoundland. ,J of of EC 51 OVALS AXD APPOINTflEX rS. Ideas Regarding Absolute Heat Only IlelQ. tlve. Special to the Bentlnel. Washington, 2iay 23. In the mat tor cf removal and appointments the present administration Las deceived the very elect. "Knock and It shall Le opened onto yon," was Interpreted as a special message from Grovcr Cleveland to the Democratic nrpilcanu lor Federal office. While Senator Vorhees was determined that Baylcss W. Hann a should he recognized, ho wl&hed something lor that ccntleman worthy his talents ana accomplishments. "To leave the country," he argued, would be tho heightj of follv both for yourself and the party. Thero Is no wisdom In gearlnz four horses to naul what a whee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 25 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING, MAY 25 1885. THE II. OF P. ENCAUPHEür. Preparations for Next Week's Prize Drills List of Prizes. TheKnightj of Pfthias w ill hold their State Encampment on Wednesday and Thursday of next vreez. This Trill be the grandest diiplay of the uniform rank of the order exer witneised in the West, There trill be twenty-fire divisions in fall uniform in line, with thirteen brass bands and the city military companies. There will ba ?1 tCO, divided Into five prizes, for the drills of the variom raiik3. Tho programme is a: ranged as follows: Programme. FIRST DAY, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3. 1. Morning. Reception of divisions of U. R. nd lodges oi the Order. 2 l:M p. ei. Grand street parade ana review of the military. U. E. and lcd?es of trie Order. 3. 6 p. o. Grand dress parade and inspection of all me divisions at Expoidiion Ground, followed by a grand band concert. SE(XD PAY, TIICnSDAY, JUNE 4. 1. 10 a. in. Beginning of prize drill. To be In accordance wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 25 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAIL? SENTINEL MONDAY HORNING MAY 25 1885 "A Family Affair. By HUGH CONWAY, Author of ' Calltd Batk," "DirkDajs, Etc., Ktc. "A FAMILY AFFAIR" to the latest story by this celebrated author. 1 1 is novr running la MacMillan's London Magazine, and will be completed iu the number for September, 13). It will not to published iu book form iu England or America before the last of July next. Hence we are able to prefect it to oar readeis Two months la Adrance or Its Publication in Hook Form. This Is unquestionably Ilusb Conway's greatest story. His two previous novel. 'Callai Bisk" and ''Dark Pays," have been too most popular stories ever primed, with tne exception only of 'Uncle loin's Cabin." Mo novel written by Dick ns attained so lanre a sale in the fame length of lime as cither of theso two stories tr Huqh Conway. The new story, "A Family Auatr." though only a little moro than hall completed as a sei 11, baa made a moit profound sensation In Kogland. The rl:ht to print...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 25 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILV SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING MAT 25 1885 4 5 i i .1 I 1 i f I HO. IIEIID1UCK8 AT 1IOIIE, And. us Usnal, Host Heartilj BccclTCd I) j His FcÜo tt Citizens, 7bom Ho Addreesea Briefly on the Subject of His Stewardship Something of the Rueh" for Offlce. Vies resident Hendricts returned from TYashlncton at roon Saturday, and his arliTal at home alter an absence of three months was made the occasion of a very pleasant event last night. The local Democ racy and many citizens besides who appreciate the distinguished services of the Vice President, but who differ from him In politico, prepared to visit his residence, on North Tennessee street, and at 7:30 o'clock bea-a to assemble in front of the Batei, where the scene was enlivened by strains from a band J cf music. A half hour lateralarge crowd had assembled and the column moved J off in the direction cf Mr. Hendricks home, headed by the band. Keaching the residence, the spacior3 yard was entirely lllled with people, many ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 25 May 1885

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING MAY 25 1885 jtuTj u;t UMtmrwmm mm.m i MAIICIM, MB COQDERGIAL, noiiDX and stocks. Hew York Financial MarfcaU KE7TOBK, May 23,-Moaey On caU e&sj at 1 ptx cent. Prime Mercantile Paper 435 per cent Foreign Excaange Quiet at 4S3 for sixty days .and 4SSK for demand. The total tales ol stock to-day were 131,737 shares. Including Delaware. Lackawanna and Weitem, 13.4C0; Laie Shore, 10.0CC: Louisville and yaaoTille, 37,030; Northwestern, 5.225; New Jersey Central, C.730; New York Central, 11,375 ; Paclflc MaiL 12.2:5; Bt, Paul, 12,133; Union Pacific, 21,275. and Western Union, 13.CG0. There is no change In quotation? ol Government l)onds, which have been quiet. Ittate bcnd3 are strong, ahowlngj in many cases an adyarcs ol 1 to 2 per cent. In quotations. There was a lale of North Carolina consols at 117. The railroad market Las been quite active this afternoon, and prices generally strong, although trie second. In which there has be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 25 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING MAY 25 1886. ; I THOU TUB BCttDAY BBNTINXI F0KE1W NEWS. The Various Schemen oud Movement Afoot lu Europo-Vlctor Hngo'a Fuiuml aud Other Matter. Ilia Kctncitna to Wo in statoUndor tho Arch tin Trlompho Palao Rutnor About Eraporor V11'inm CAULK LKTTEK. A lnrrnl Hmwfw f 1'ollttcM Affair ot i:uro niid Tlulr Tendency Iojih)N May 23. The majority ol tho members oC iho fiLluci bavo tlrcidy kit tho city topcnd the WMtunttdo HolMaj. Iho fact 1 generally accepted pretty sood lnd'.catloa that they bayo by no means brought about any actual crlili, at tfcere arc pen out, and well Informed persons, too, who imii that the Cabinet It really on the vergo ofatpllU It la rumored In somo quarters that RUht Hon. Sir Charles Dllkc, President o! tho Local (Jorcrnxncnt Board, tendered his resign, tlou beforo ho departed, yeitcrday, for Dublin. Uany of the Radical newspapers declaro that Bir Charles is xnainlr rcsponslbl lor tho distension in tho Cabinet. IIo c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 25 May 1885

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING MAY 25 1886 DED ML SIHC (ESTABLISHED 1853.) Infants' Wear. LACE CAP3 in all the newest styles and abapta "with and without capes. INFANT8 CLOAKS, new this season in the if st styles aDd colors. INFANTS' UNDERWEAR in Marino and Game, all sizea and qualities; also, Knit Shirt. INFANTS' WHITE DRES3ES, both short and locg; also, 81ips and Skirts. INFANTS' KNIT GOODS Basis in white BDd colors: also. Knit Bonnet3 and Sacks. INFANT8' SHoES, in black and colore with the new improyed and patent soles, may be fonnd in our Shoe Department. We furnish evrythiuR necessary to complete an Infant's Wardrobe. Prices Always in Plain Figures. .PETTIS BASER JOS. A. MOOBB, 04 23. Market Ot.t Indianapolis, Ind Interest allowed on deposits. In sums o! 85 and CP ward. Money to Loan on Improved City and Farm Property In Indiana and Ohio. City, County and Town Bonds, and Purchased Ucney Kotes, bought and sold. ' No loans made except roch as are secured by Cnt ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 26 May 1885

to L IC V L4 f VW "VOL. XXXIV-U5 INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 2G 1885 WHOLE NO. 0,210. tJ fei III 111 IV X. - im r ) WHEN INDICATIONS. COR TÜESDAY. Fair weatlier; wind liecotalog variable; itatlonary temperature. : We received yesterday cur Sixth 5 Invoice of , BESTS' IE CERE AH . for this Spring. We have sold a large amount of this commodity thia ceaton. . It is not a matter of great surprise, however, because ve are J eliowing a finer line of goods for the money than we ever before offered at the i W H UM Clothing Storo, and thjat is saying a great dea ; j ADA '.IS &. VESTLAKE Oil & Gasoline Stoves. EARLY BREAKFAST Stoves'and Ranges, best in the world. OSGOOD REFRIGERATORS, Mantles, Grates and Tile Hearth?. W. McOUAT, ei as'd a v;est Washington sr. ' HÄVE YÖTJ SHEHSffPLUDl A1ID CHECKS LEADING LIME FOR THIS SEASON'S WEAR ? II? NOT, CALL ON 33 and 35 South Illinois Street, - jlNDI IN APOLLS, IND. BUlNiK33 8UlTB ..to order from 20 CO 1'ANT.I 6 00 tarn pi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 26 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING MAY 261885 wttm OEUDHAi TELESRAM8. The Senat ou lutlUm AfTAlrs. Little Rock, Ark., May 25. An Indiau Territory special rays: "Toe Senat Coramit! cd on Indian Affairs have arrived, and tfcelr visit Ij creating great interest. They began tbelr work at Muckogee, Creek Nation, The moit important question, other than the sale of Oklahoma and tho Chero ke strip, will be that of citizenship. The Indians claim that their rritory is baing overrun by whites claiming Indian blood. Many hundreds have been declared intruders r.'id ordered to leave, bat th9 Interior Department has 'predated their ejectment. The proposed ja!o or leasa of the western portion of their territory is bins viarmly diacusjed. An oajrisht palo is generally opposed, bat its adyccates claim it is paining ground. Iu the Cherokee Nation there is wide diversity of opinion, and a coocmanication signed by iiiany jeadirgChp-roiccs has bsea 8nt to the President, asking that he defer ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 26 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 2G 1885. V L ) s ;ililL7JLY SEWS. i Bcfcult of 'tho Central Traffic Association Llbetlng Low Rates Other ; Items of the Ball. Tne croscjread agencies crist on very lew cf the Indianapolis joids at present The Unicjn Company has accepted the proTiticcspf the law legalizing the organization m now formed. It is repeated that Frank E. Leonard will be appointed receiver cf the To'.edo, Pecria and Warsaw Bead. The Vänialia will change time to-day. All cf the details cf the new table were arranged by Master ttf Transportation Elliott ' The anntlal meeting of the St. Louis, Alfen and Telre Haute will be held nest Monday at the general cflico ol the company. E. C. Mu'pby, at one time Superintendent cf the Jr-uiknapolis, Peru and Chicago. haa Ym been appointed General Manager of 'the iJencestcn smd Shenandcah Road. President Mickey is daily making additions to t-.e force cf laborers at work on hie new Ii e between Washington and "Wcrthicstd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 26 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING MAY 26 1885 -A Family Affair." By HUGH CONWAY, Anth&r or " Called Back," "DirkDajs," EtjUItc. "A FAMILY AFFAIR" i3 the 'latest story by this celebrated author. It is now mania? la Mac Lilian's London Magazine, una will be completed in the number for September, 18). It will not te publhhcd in book lorn in n?Und or America before the last of July next. Hence we are able to present ivto our readers " Two Months In Advance of lta Publication in liook Form. This la nn questionably Flnh Conway'a greatest story. His two previous novel, "Cdiba üacJc' and "Deik Days," have been the most popular etorles ever printed, with tne exception only of Uncle Tom's Cabin." No novel written by Dickens attained so larce a sale in the Fame length of time as either of these two stories by Hugh conway. The new story, "A Family Affair." though only a little more than half completed as a sari!, has made a most profound sensation in England. The rteht...

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