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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 26 May 1885

ft 5 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING MAT 26 1885 . THE DIAMOND. Tlio Hiiaio Team Drnln the SwellIietfJs From " Olo Kentuck." The Lucas Nine Shut Out In New York Cincinnati Defeatö the Athletics Foaults of Other Games. I Owlnpytothe counter attractions the attendanciat tbe Seventh Street Park yesterday aft930on was rather emallr bat about TCO popa law Iba Loaisvilies barely escape a whitewash at the hands of tha home team. The Thiers left the l,inTincibla,, Hecfcer at homo aid in his stead brought Mayer, one oL their alleged phenomenon?. They Clso prceented a new catcher, nanjd Harmon, hq, jaJglnc; from hii work Yesterday, will not remain with Louiivilte try long. McKeon andKcenan did the taitery work for the home team, aod while tip iorinr wai bitted eaie neanv as iL any ti nea es the iaitin twirlers. tho Kentucky n -tn could not bunch their hits, and fix o tl A.m itruck out. Larn's support in the fic-M, was faultless until tho nidth inning, jien loorraan s 1 . score...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 26 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING MAY 261885 6 IQIAIICIAI ADD CÜÜOEBCIAL. HONEY and stocks. 5 XTw York Flaaaclal Slarket. tIET7 TORS, May 25. Money On call easy at 1 MrcenL ' 'prime Mercantile Paper 35 per cent. 5 Foreicr! Exchange Nolhics doing; quotations thebacaed. Tne total tales ol stock to-day were 235,735 iarcs. Including Delaware. Lackawanna and Wcstijn. 62.S1Ü: Lake Shore. 7.SC0: Northwestern, 27,5 Cr. New York Central, 11,765; Louisville and Nashlle. 4.6CO; Facitic Mail, 15.C:;0: St. Paul, 22,275; exas Pacific, 8,27o; Union Tacific, 0.623; Western nion,19 4!5. The changes in quotations for Government jndi are an advance of );, per cant. In coupon 74 per cents and tbe 4's and a decline of in the fc T ere were sales of the 3 s at 1Q3 and the icr rents at lllj. I State securities have been iiet and stciiy, expt a decline of 2 per cent, in Michigan Vs and T-ter cent. In Missouri. There has been a very decided reaction In to-day's Jtcck market. Prices at tbe openi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 26 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING MAY 2G 1885.' SWALLOW AND FAIRY. All th3 lummcr will a swallow my chimney out aaJ la ; l'y and day together HluctDRln tnetunnv weather. Wim her shining eye mil preened feather, iihc Im goiiK-the has teen, nut r.cn the air ct H arp anl thin, And t.t r ayi tb? t ouhniee follow. When.' the waliow wutrc' the swallow? Love' i:ren summer bsi ft fairy HUUük vUicciout ao.1 lu; tu it waainp, ulteplujr. I. er is te trip -pi ur. tec jIdz, -lists ol glory ruonl J.cr aweeplnc, t-'fce Ir Eoini: he b teeu. But hen there' beard ui on the chin, "Wolf tr fleht, cd tare to tiirry. T Luc's ihc fairy hctS tne lairy -tnicao Current. HER WAULS AÜ WIPE, Phrenologie! Journal.l 'Well. Nettle, w bat do joa Tränt?'1 cald !Mr. Jarvis to bis wife, who stood looking rather anxiously at him, after he had paid tte feeler j hards their week's wages. "Why, Donald," i.vd the "I thought as I had worked for yon ell the week, I would corse for my ag8, tco. You pay Jane 2 a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 26 May 1885

i 8 T1FE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING MAY 26 1886 TQE DEO YORK STORE (EHTABLIHUKD 1853.) Infants' Wear. LACH CAP8 in all the newest ttylcs and nip with and without ctpes. INFANTS CLOAKS, new this 83on la the lMt tvlra and colors. INFANTS' UNDKKWKAll in Marino and Ganze, a'.l aires and qualities; also, Knit Bhlrte. 1 N F A NTS' s W H I T K DHK39E9, both short and lor?: alio. Rllpa and Hklrt. INFANTS' KNI V GOODS-Backs In lnte and color: also. Knit Uonneti and Sck. INFANTS' BHoKS, in black and colors with the new Improved and patont sole?, xsnv bft found In onr Shoe Dtpartmrnt. We furnish vrytbln ntefsaary to complete an Infant's Wardrobe. Prices Always in Plain Fipres. ETTIS BASSETT& CO JOS. A. MO ORB, C4'2. Markot Ot., Indianapolis, Ind Intern; allowed on deposits, In mrui ol S3 and üonex to Loan on Jrarroved City and Farm Property In Indiana ana Ohio. City, County anil Town Eonda, and Purchased Hone Note, bought and sold. Ho loam mido except such a aro ic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 27 May 1885

J? 7 .... TOL. XXX IV NO. I4G. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 27 1885 WHOLE NO. 30,210. nui..cr WHEN INDICATIONS. 'on WEDNESDAY. Local rain aud partly cloudy weathei; east to south winds, stationary temperature. Peerless Shirt Is an article of merchandise that has figured largely in the watdrobe of the people of this Commonwealth during the list ten years Made from the best of iabrics, constructed in the most substantial manner, the hive received the approval and endorsement of thousands of citizens of Indiana who hive used them. Every Peerless Shirt thit has ever gone out from the has carried with it our guarantee, viz : ''If not a perfect fitting garment and lower pi iced, quality considered, than any other shirt in the market, return it and get the purchase money." It is a rare occutrence when one is returned. It requires a good shirt to back up this guarantee. The Peerless has always done it. r'IVFKSAI,LY COMMENDKl) I5Y PHY. MCl, DltlutilSlS AND CiK3f.I3t8 KVKKYWllKKK. Web...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 27 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL W El NESDAY MORNING MAT 17 1886 GENERAL TEIiEG It A.M8. r'-'""? Marion Itums. CpCCLH to the eentlnei. Mabiox, Ind., May 20. Memorial services at tho M. E. Church oh Wathingtin street, ßnnday, under the auspices of the Grand Army of the Republic, General Shunk rost, tras very imposicg A larga number of ex soldiers and many citizens attntted. The EeiDson by Elder Brown, cf Joncsboro. aa ex aray chaplain, was able and irhpre33ive. "William Collins, aa old and highly respected citizan of cur city, W83 burled here yesterday. Funeral eermon by ESder Higgins, of ihe Prt?byterian Church. 5 The wife of Elder Jaiup Maple, a minister of much notoriety and highly respected throughout Northern Indiana, now Etaticned at Kaieigb, K. C, died at the raiidencs of fcer son-in-law, on Adams street, iß our city, at 0 o'clock last night, after a trotracted illneis of many months. Uer dath .bad been anticicatad icr fome tlmo. Her husband arrived just ptcvions to her death. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 27 May 1885

THE IHD1AITAF0LXS DAILY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 27 1885. HA1L7AY XRiTg. Affairs of the Illinois Midland Meeting of tfco Local Pnesanijer Aßoots' Association Other Items. The Air Line will chango time on Ennday nczr, Tbo Pennsylvania Company has reduced ntes In ell dtrf ctlor.e. The Cerlo Short Line baa purchased ICO refrigerator caia at the Terra Haute car The liu.ilcdj on the Bee Line are all rnn--n!np: on lim. A nnrnbfr of c nictals will ultrashort trip over the read on one of tbaetrains to day. On Snnday nxt the I., B. and W. will charge time cn its Piastern division, puttlrj; cn.acother eTeLlcp train, e'eh will Icavo Indianapolis at U o'clock. A reclining chair tar will to Attached to thh train. Heveral i n püffusir coachcrare being bull; or this read. There waa a meetlrj; cf the Indianapolii r!!tnj;er Afioüiatlcn at the Dcnlsou House, yesterday afternoon, at vjhich all the lines were represented. Several matters referred to the Arroclatlon by the General Pattcnr .Apents...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 27 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MORNING MAY 27 1885 "A Family Affair." By HUGH CONWAY, A&lhör or "CalMBwk." "Dark Dais," Etc., Etc. 'A FAMILY AFFAIR la the latest story by this cc! et rated author. It U no running in ilacMilJen'a Lot. don Masrez'.ne, t.na will bo completed la the cute ber for September, VS It will not be rubli.bd In took form in inland or America Wore tl.e last ol July next, iience we axe able to pie&eiit it to our readets Two ZTonths in Advance or its Publication In Book Form. This Is unquestionably nuz'i Conway' create! t Etory. His two previous novel. "Called Back" atd "Dark IajV have been the most popular itcrics ever printed, with trie exc.puoa only of 'Uncle Tern's Cabin." No Dovel written b7 Dickens attained to larse a sa!o in the faae length of time as eitter of these two stories by Hugh Conway. Tbc EC7 story, "A Family Aifiilr," though only a little more than half completed as a ssrUl, has made a inoft profound sensation In...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 27 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MORNING MAT 27 1885 CLUGGING TIIE LElTUCC. A Hard-Hlttlog &cd Wretched Fieldlter Game Between Indianapolis and Omaha The Ueta Defeated at Louisville Besulta of Other Games, . game between two amaluer nines close'y matched woald have been much more in tar-; eating than the cae tided contest T?hich took place at the Serenth Street Park yesterday afternoon, in uhich oce professional team 'W&a pitted apaixut nine in different players. Had not the Iccal ones wielded the stick T7lth might and irain throughout half the 100 tpcclafora would have left the .ground! before the contest was ended. The horre team grew careless after the first three innitg?, when it was definitely settled that they had an easy victory, and did not play their usual brilliant fielding gamp, out continued to pound the ball viciously. Black wa3 knocked ott of the boy in the eecond inning; when the homl Uam scored eleven runs, and O'Donnell came in from ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 27 May 1885

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL WlDKJiSDAY MORNING MAY 27 1885 ViiMCIALAiiD COUÜEICIAL. HUNK AND STOCKS!. i XTevt York rtnnctml Wirr. NEW TORX. May 2.-Mouey Oa calj easy at 1 percent. t Primo Mercantile rapcr-433 per cent Foreisn Exchango-Qulct at for xty days and P-b4' for demand. The total iai of stock to-day wire 103,97 share, Including Delaware, Lacsawann.jUnd Wetter, 12.721: Northwestern. l'.tOC; Kenfi'ork Central, 11,710; St. Paul common, U 503. Toi Pacifl?, 4.(00; Union Pacific. 9aQ; Weilern Urion, 13.157, Government tonda are quiet aud ronar, the clclu2 quotations siowlnc a gain of J percent, over this morning. Mate bonds are stron: for the Miisojrl issue. Railroad bonds contlnuo active. 1 negotii sales to-day were fl,c?4,CC0. Prices this etvnlug arc teixrally higher. . The itcck market has been extremely, dull and practically featureless. In no caee did tho total Ales of any one atcck on tho list amount to as noch tslC.CCO shares, and the total trlnsacUons In all bought a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 27 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL' "WEDNESDAY MOltNING MAY 27 1885:5 5 7 TDK ETJLT4X ORK1T GEIBF. The ßaltan atnblea up aud down 1 hrougii i;on&tintiU(p.i'a town, Vbl! M Lsw vaiice, from him torn, taiiea MnJljirom theiioi.ini Morn. Wo s law-, L39T Wallace! Who will wear my JgnM Tine? . Who will pipes ami she bet bring. Wbowlilulime all the De. Uiush iuy fc-zaud clean my sboea. , Voe 1 xne, 1-e r allace ! Who wm fettle for re now Lurri e' Ltvt-r endm to? Ami vu o will bid my p.rrws cac WLtu 1 LcTaIl ihattxnof Jrec3? so la xne. Lew Wallace! Arid cirkemo tnink mrdtne are wnales, nd t 'ewrarh aero the ea Ltcfc'er lie hai-s t'me with me? Woe is lac, Li7 Wallac! 'Don't talk o me of Tinker Cox! lie '11 nevr fill dear LewT' flocks, AU! I know ttmnrtiul u-an A n vit GiK'StlTe pr!in. Woe ia m, T.'jw WaHaca!" Ncvr Yorkbun. IIct Cnpid manogtd to send Stephen Barter after n.e I never could find out; but that is between themselve?, and is none of ray busice e. A man good enough for Eliz...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 27 May 1885

! THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL AV ID K Ii SD AT MORNING MAY 271 1885 8 I HEJWSIUE I (ESTABLISHED 1853.) Infants' Wear. LACE CAPS in all the newest styles and cbsp3 with and without cspes. INFANTS CLOAK8, new this season in the bfit stvles and colors. INFANTS1 UNDERWEAR Iq Marino end Gauze, all sizes and qualities; also, Knit Shirts. INFANTS' "WHITE DRE33E3, both short and long; also. Slips and Skirts. INFANTS' KNIT GOOD3-8aca in hite and colors: also. Knit Bonnets and Sacks. INFANTS' SHuES, ia black and color? with the sew improved and pa tan t sole?, may bo found in onr Shoe Department. We fnrnish everything necessary to complete an Infant's Wardrobe. Prices Always In Plata Figures. JOS. A. MOORE, C4 IL Ilorkot Dt Indianapolis, Ind Interest allowed on deposits. In sums of 55 and npward. Money to Loan on Improved City and Farm Property In Indiana and Ohio. City, county and Town Bonds, and Purchased Honey Notes, bought and sold. No loans mado except such as are secured by first mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 28 May 1885

4m 1i WW VOLXXXIV-NO. 147. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 1885. WHOLE NO. 10,2L1 M LMM Ttr$? s III II I III v v v v ... . . i WHEN INDICATIONS. mn TIIl'USDAT. Loral tain and rMly rlondy weather; winds generally from th t; itntionary tmprtnr, . rlt lit Upper Oho Valley, llghtly cooler. Peerless Shirt It n Article of merchandise that has figured hri;c!y in the watdrubc of tlie people of this Commonwealth during the list ten year MJe from the lct of tabric, constructed in the mcit substantial manner, ihcy luve received the approval and endorsement of thousand of citicnt of Indiana who have utd ihcm. livery Pcerlcsi Shirt that hai er cone out from the m jn luv cirried with it our guatantce, vi.,: ''If rot a perfect nttin garment, and lower piiccd, quality contldered, than any other hin in the maiktt, return it and get the purclu&c money." It it n rare occurrence vhtn one ii returned. It requires a good ihirt to lack up thli guarantee. The Pterin ha ahvyi done it. CA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 28 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL THURSDAY MORNING MAY. 181885 A DESTRUCTIVE VIRE. Tli Farnlturo ytetorj of Herrmann Uroi., New York, Datrojel by llre-I.OAS Estimated at a Million and a Half. New Yobk, May 7, Tb 9 vast f ami tare factory of H. Herrman Brothers, &t Margin and Tompkins streets, was discovered ta ba -J cn fiie at 3:30 o'clock thi3 morning. It is a fi?e-itcry brick building p.nd occupies t!i9 whole block, frcntins 200 leet on Dolancy and 150 feet on the other Bireds. It was the old bnilding occupied by the Singer Bswing Machine Factory and wa3 eatnrated with oil. The vrnolo building is surrounded by miserable tenement houses occnpled by the poorest clacs in the city. The fire was intensely hot and nearly a hundred families were drivf n from their home?. They iuBhed out in their night clothes and were compelled to camp on the river side, here they shivered In the chilly winds of the morning. At 4 o'clock tho whele building was in flames, find there wjls no hope...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 28 May 1885

TBE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TU OTIS DAY HORNING, MAY 28 1885. RA1LV7AY NEU. Cnottuc 7lll QIvo Lie Arthur a Cfcance to Tell Y7bttt He Knows in Cour: Other Items. äds I., u. and Yf. people tay tnattneyTTiu ccntinue to use their differential rates eastbound, as will also the Wabash. ItueUted that Henry W. Gays, formerly General FMght Agent of the Ir and 8t. L., Li3 tzzn clfdreda good position on the Erie. The Transcontinental Association Trill meet ia Denver, Jnne 3f instead of Chlcaga. June 8. The pAciuc Coast Association will n:tet at the time tlae and place. Commissioner J. Y, Midglay. of theSoathTvtatern Kailway Association, Pacific Coast Association and Colorado-Utah Association, has issued the following notice: 'tfr. W. H. Ecsmer is hereby appointed Freight Audit or of the abo73 named associations. Ha will hare tnpervLcn cf all accounts, s-itticuisnts and statistics kpt in this office. Mr. E. W. Beedle is appointed chief clerfc. Ho will iave immediate charge of all tariffs, r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 28 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL THURSDAY HORNING MAY 28 1885 "A Family Affair." By HUGH COHVAY, Autficr or "mtifadr "DirkDajs," Etc., Etc. "A FAMILY AFFAIR" la the lateit story by tbli celet rated author. It Is novr running in McMlllan's London Mazarine, una vriH be completed la the number for September, W. It will not bo rablUhf d in book form in Erstand or America before tho list of Julr next, Bunco weaieabic to preterit It to our reades Two Tlontha In Advance of It Publication In Hook Form. This Is unquestionably Huh Conway's greatest slory. II!s two previous novels, "Called Back" and ,Drlc Dajf.' have bevu the most popular stories CTer printed, ith the exception only of "Uncle Ion's Cabin." No novel written by Dickens attained to Urse a sale in the earao length of time as cither of these two fetorlei by Hush Conway. Tbo new story, 'A Family A Hair," though only a litt!) more than ball omnletcd as a serial, has rosde a xnoit profound sensation in Kcglaud. Tho risht to print it In...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 28 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL THURSDAY MORNING MAT 28 1885 THE II Alr IIEETING. Ihe Annual Picnic and Business Heet Izg at Acton. Reports of tbe Trustees and tne Lecture Committee Election of Officers Notes of Interest About the Camp. Yestsrday wfs the day for the May meeting of the Actoa camp meeting people, and although the weather of the morning was threatening, there wai a good attendance of interested partie?. the trains arriving at the grounds well loaded with familiar faces, and by neon not than 500 person? were aa semblad on th9 grounds. There wore delegations and reprejentatiTea from nearly all the towns and county saaia within a radius of sixty miles, but the largest crowds went from this city. Franklin, Shalbyyille, Euahville and Greer.aburg. although there were a number from JefferioaviUe, Seymaar and other d stant points. The morning hours were spent in renewals of acquaintances in all parts of the camp, and in gathering llowers in tke woods. The rxeeticg was called t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 28 May 1885

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL UiURSDAY MORNING MAY 28 1885 I naMtciALAin) coausaciAL. HONEY AND STÜCKS. Me York Ftataclal 3Iirkt NE?7IOEK. May :7.-I!ouey-On call easy at 1 per cent. Prime Mercantile Taper 4W P'-r cast. Foreign Exchange-Unchanged. The total isles of stocks to-day were 87,073 shares. Including Delaware. Lackawanna and Western, 1S,c;ü; Northwestern, ll.OiC; Nev York Cen tra 11.54! ; St. Paul, 12.315; Texas Pacific, 5.130 Union Pacific, O.TM: Western Union, 7.520. la the C.vjruaieat bond market th8perc2nts were itreds and stovcd a slight advance oaa moderate luslne?. Others dull and unchanged. There were no tales of State bondf. There continues to be a good basines? demand in Railway bonis, aad prices this evenin? are In a rajority of caesaihad3 higher than yesterday. Tre csances are, however, only for small fract:or.r. The feature of the market was very large iradirgin die second consols, cccomoanied by a further decline in pricef. Tho sales of tbee tends, dunng tb...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 28 May 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL THURSDAY MOHNING MAY 28 1885 ? 2 A WU I.TRIO. 'We're coming, Alexand roviich, At lea.it a million inio, Irora Kft!ilnei5baejA' bay and Obskalagouba If rim Karjioufyf i frozen wild, from Tymsiaia's plain YTe'ri inarching Alexander, with ail our might and main, Fiora CiRttnonsckina's forest, fron Tcheiborbekoi'vale. Jrcm WoMleourbtka's bloomin i Celds, from 0!j mk!a' dale. From KaiHinaJosa'j Tillages, from Mcllotncbar kt't IsleWe're comiiig, Alexander, the tcarj rank nd .fliC." hXliVS LITTLE KEP SHOES. I LlH Guernsey In Carl Trotzet' Weekly. "An' ycu'li bring 'em next time, papa?" :Yes, Bwceiheart." "You won't forget again?' 2o, papa won't forest this time. Bee, I'll vrrile it down: Oae pair cf little red shoes for our lacsie wi lint white locks. Is that right ?" 'Yce, but yon forgot the tassels and little red bows. Can you 'member so mach, papa?" And an anxious little face wiih laughing eyes of bine looked lovingly into papa's o?;n Of darker hue. It wa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 28 May 1885

8 THE IKDIANAPOLIß DAILY SENTINEL THL'JtSDAY MORNING MAY 28 1886 DED WL STQBl CXHtSTÜIlI-ISIIEÖ 1853.) Infants' Wear. LACE CAPS in all the newest styles and Sbapf s with and without capes. INFANTS CLOAKS, new Vila seasan in the best styles and colors. IN Fi NTS UNDERWEAR in Marino and Ganze, all sizes and qualities; also, Knit Ebirts. INFANTS' WHITE DRES3E3, bath short and Jong; also, 81lps and ßkirt. INFANTS' KNirGOODS-Baakalnvhite and colors: also. Knit Bonnets and Sacka. INFANTS1. &HoES, in blacfc and calors -with the new improved and patsnt sales, mfi7 be found in onr Shoe Department. We fnrnish everything necessary to complete an Infaat'a Wardrobe. Prices Always in Plain fipres. PETTISBASSETT&GO JOS. A. MOORE, C4 n. Ilarkot Bt., Indianapolis, Ind Interest allowed on deposits, in nuns of 15 and upward. iloney to Loan on In proved City nd Farm Property in Indiana and Ohio. City, County and Town Bonds, and Purchased Honey Notes, bought and sold. No loans ma...

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