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

9 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1885. 5 i LEGISLATJYE NOTES. Hepnt on the Fonlke Bill to Call a Conatllutlonal Convention. A Bill Introduced Llailnsr tho St c;to Treasurer's Bond 81,000,000. Tho Commltteo Reports Favorably tho Bill Prohibiting Ball Playing on Susd&y. "Wants of the State Board of Agncul ture A. Disgraceful Consolidation Shelby's Candidates for " Librarian. The Senate followed the example of the 2Ioa.se ani adjournal till Monday, at 10 d clock. Representative Deem, of Henry, was called home yesterday by the death of his brother. When the Home adjourned yesterday 150 bills and 30 resolutions had been Introduced. In the Senate 112 bills and 22 reflations iiare been submitted. Representative Eley, of Adams, has introduced a bill fixing the fees of coroners at $0 for the first day of holding an inquest and 32.50 for each additional day. The Ways and Means Committee reported yesterday in fayor of the bill increasing ths bond of ...

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

V G THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SATURDAY MORNING, J AN VARY 17, 1885. FISANCIiLAKD COSÜSaSIiLli HONEY AND SrjCKS. flr 7 ort Flaacrral SSiraci YORK, Jan. 16. Money-F-ay at 1 52 pai cent:cioel c2erel at 1 per c?m. Prime Mercaati:e.Faper-43& par cent. Governments Strong. Railway Bond Firmer. Bute Becuritiei-Eteady. There wat a hetry prepare to sell n sr.urp decline la prices it the Stock Exchange at taa opening of business this morning, the assignments cl Cllver Bros., at Tittburg. and John J. Cisco .t Co., of this city, Inlucin? tellinc for both account. The greatest pressure to sell was la granger! and Lackawanna, Tela ware aad IIudoa. The decline ranged fron y4 to 33 par cent. Tae telling wiia accelerated by rumors of embarrassnenti of leading firms. These ranors were telegraphed to all leading points. As the day a ivsnctd and no farther f illures were annonncsd tbA shorn cart aa tt'ort to cover, and the nmitet Improved rapidly. It was stated by coansl of Op. dyke f...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1885. NANCY. BY JOHN A. FKASCS. 2a brown hollaed apren he stood In the kitchen: Her leeve were rolled up, and her cheeks all glow; Her hair waa colled neatly, and X indiscreetly 8tood watching while hancy was kneading the dough. 2iaw, who rould be nea'er or brighter or sweeter, O who hum a ton m delightfully low. Or who look sohlender. ao gracefully tender Aa Kancy, awcet Nancy, wnile kneading the dov&h? How deftly he pitsted it. and queezed and caressed It, Aid twisted and turned It, now quick and now An, me. but that madnen Ire paid fcr la sadTum my heart ehe waa kneadinz aa well ai the doagh. .At lat. when fcbe turned for her pan to the dietrer. She mw me, and blushed anl said fchyly: "Please to, Cr my bread'll bo apoiünp, in p!te of my toiling. If ycu ttand bere and wtca while I'm kneadizg the dough." 1 eeged for permission to tay. Rh?'d not listen: 1 tie suet-1 liitle tyrant tail: "No. sir ! no! no!" Yet...

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

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1885. T E DEW YORK STORE Islii Merwr! V7e havo'placsd on our counter Over 600 Pieces HUSLIH UNDERWEAR XJoloxv Oost. 8 Drawers, Hinkt Dresses. Theso aro racro cr loss tumbled &t d soiled, nut &t the pri083 markod they&ro & groat bargain, a ad will havo a quick sale. Prices Always Je- Piats Tum. peti, im i so, JOS. A. MOO LIB, 4 13. Harkot fit., Indianapolis led Icteitct allowed on dopes! is, in suras o! 15 and siucey U Lon ca IarroTc4 Otty ana ranns fr trt7 f n Indian au a Ohio, .17, Ctcnty and Tern iiozdf, nd rcrcUaie ur2y aie, bcushl tad coll. r.c loans mido exoept rtcJi s n eeenzed by f rt r.vi.r ivcq on real estata. with la.rga xa&rcin 'röcciny, or by c-cllatczalj having a market fcrcljn Exchange Icr aale on all pria ol trie .- .I. i. 'i ' LAST CALL c:imm We make the last and greatest mark-down on all Cioafcs left in steck. Cost orValao Not Considered. We m...

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

mm VOL. XXXIV-NO. 18. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY 3IORNINC, JANUARY 18, 1885 -TWELVE FAG ES. WHOLE NO. iOj.-.d AMCSStlENIS. J5o lioscrved Seats Dress Clrole, 35o Owing to the Enormous Success o! the Wilbur Opera Company ' last rnsrageneni, at which the Theater was Tacted to the Itoors aal Hundreds Tuixod Away at Every Performance. Hanarer tnilish nai xuarenteed the WILBUR OFEßA. CJMl'ANV ll.iro for KETURN OF Til It EE UlillTd and AiATLN la the following operas: MOCty.M.MMnmii.n...l...,.,.l.n(M VPO TTK Tue day .OLIVETTE Wednesday. ..... .. .. RTRKLLA JJaiInee...... M A3 JO r TE Word of caution to the wise. Remember last week and secure jour scats. THURSDAY EVEXISG, JANUARY 22, OSE NIGHT ONLY, Lillie Clay's o IN AN SEDE Id The Sale of Seata will Open Tuesday. DIGKSONSOf Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, and Wednesday Matinee, Jan. I J, 20 and 21, TMK I.M OI1IN slli;i;im. cm & aetuckm cMtm mmx in William Gill's Latent and Best Musical and Farcical Comedy, 'TWO BAD MEN!" WTopular Pric...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 1685. . ' . SUNDAY, JANUARY IS. C?nCCj 71 and 73 TTet 9Iarkt Street. CHICAGO. Froa the Great on the Lake. I Metropolis Description and I acldent of the Great Charity Calt Qaaiot, Carious and Criminal II-ppeninfs-The Boy Frkchr-fh Chicago Socialists. Special Sentinel Letter Chicago, Jan. 14.-Chicago is all rlth cayetr. Lait nicht there wsre avhirl clauds twlxt um and the stars, bat none to dim the resilience of the brilliancy cf the grant charity ball," which waa given ia the anaCrica of tht FLnt Regiment (cavalry) and Bittery D, I. N. O. Charity sbeuld alwayi fccia at heme, and so the leading ladies of tha city, under the direction of Mrs. George L. Danlap, inaugurated the first of a hoped-to-be series of like occasions,, similar to the famous charity balls given annually at the Academy ofMnsio in New "York. The managers of the aflalr are leal log eociety ladles, and among the gentlemen TT noticed the names of prominent bu...

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

ttohax's would. It I mtenö&d thatthso cc! a 2srtill reford wocxa's werk In til the varied Cells c! cseroki. Cfirctcrlnica rtr;cct!nj Treben, aaivclce rat vlrwsaxd ttcusnta cf wcrica. Ills tord ttat tbey cj Is seme nc&surc enccur sa tzl strengtha wesua la every worthy cTor:,elJ thei ta aoivtri tie yrctlea cf tell earner:, Frctcct Iifcera llnesh rsawleiga cf terras cf tracts tzl lvn tcsrire then to etiiln tD Cilr ri'Jil pcslllon, ti tttn lirc-jli enlizhUrM, e.:cT.!c3 wonsa bct2 erne lis to bene, tlo :.c, tha Ia-oa. "Tern's rrorli" ii wMa, As wire. metier, 5 LCC r--V-er, u wcxkrr, tt -liter, as rhila::iLicrl:!, as cciar&ie, s cl-tn, sei r.3 s. hrrran beice, wciata :a ever jw cra tuzc l-r zzzuil and kcr generation, rrom an eccuc-jj cr tula wend, Hrltl rerortscl Iriiviical a orgaulisJ work, arwi i:ea, tioata. rujrcstions s-.l lusuirloa ire lavlled f -r ttcso eclats. ACCiiCi til lid C0XLZZuz.lczi:r.' to riozxr.cä 11. Arrisr-sr, 'fhe .National Woman Sjuf...

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

I THE INDIAN ArOLTS DAILY SEN TIN EL, 8 U NDAlMO UN IiSrG JXN UXRY18 1885-1 WEi;rElrA GEST r I - flay Sentinel la tha largest and best newspaper published in Indiana, CONTAINING 104 COLUMNS. Tree frsa rmUn Politics aa SerUrtaa Bias. On all subjects of public interest It ex prccs its opinions according to its beat Judgment, with a Tiew only of promoting tha BEST INTEREST OF SOCIETY. It contains the cream of the news from quarters down to 4 o'clock Sunday morn-ti-g, excluding only that which is prurient or Immorally sensational. In few words, the Uckdat SxjrrixcL is devoted to that class of r-ewa, literary and miscellany, proper and nreesf-ary to make it what it is, THE PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE, ially adapted to the horn. The ßcirDAT 8e!tti5ib influence will be iriven in aid ef the deration And Advancement ef Woman to the true position which is hers by virtue of natural justice. Price, 2 per year; twenty cents per month, delivered by carrier: fire cents per copy. TWELYE PAGES. SUNDAY, JAN...

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

v?Öli INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, 18S5 TWELVE. IMAGES. 5 A TEI1I1IBLE DEED. Caunty Fanner In Cold Wood, 21 ordered 7ithla Call of Hla Daughtor'a Vcico Robbery No Doubt tho Object. fall History of tbe Fearful Grime of that Hornsea the People tbe County. la Clark Township, Johtsan County, eight xnile northeast of Franklin, siandaaqualnt, .oM-faahioned. cue etory brick house, with two froat djQT3, protected by a narrow $orch running tbe entire length of the Irontcf the domicile. Everything about .the farm houae bears an a!r cf codfort and conrtnience, without thit Ostentation which Ij noticed in the construction of more modern residences. The rrirrrcudlnsi give evidence of thrift and fri hnnhATidrr on the rart of the owner. I "S-iity yards from the house stands a well . .J . . ... filled barn, while the stoE upon tue iaira lembracis a large number of horses und cattle all of the best breeds shewing by their condition that lbty are the property of one who ta...

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

G THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL. SUNDAY 3IOKNING, JAXUAJtY 18,1885. i ara lnvltsd to iurixh crtfnai eaia- cxan. rissica, nbosei and other "kncrrj . tddrc!r.j all communications rclatlvt t tMi trpxrtatnt to CL B. Cfcadbotini, Lewises ZTo. 1075 An I'nwttcomt Guest. My first ii omcthlng we may call A poiatea too!, though not an awl: My second, tbor.sh no bank or closet, My still be called plate of deposit; My whole a ' map who on ht to be Where board and loggias both are free, No. 107&-A Charade. lly first bat cut Its mantle down And pinned it with a star, When Good-man Darby reaches homo from journeying afar. Tal Cood-dame.' cries be, nerrily, My second throwing down, At laut, you tee, boto safe and sound, I'm back again Irom town." When down he ltr, doe by the fire, and talk sin merry strain .Of rights and people seen this day, Till Gooa-dame laughs again. And ere he to hi bed repairs. To loothe his hear: and ton, A Helming toddy be prepares; And this he calls my nnole....

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MOUSING, .IAXUA11Y 18 1885. Divine ccsirAssiox. Jons ctrmnAr whittier, fj&rj if nee, a dmm of ileaven I bsl, Atd still the TUica htaau tue oft; 1 s lie iilnti la white rob-s cla-t, Tbe martyrs with their palms aloft; R-at he arlnj ttill tn middle tons The teitilen dissonsnce of wronr. .And shrinking with hid f:e. from the trln. Of sad, bcscecklo;; eres, full o! remorsa aa 1 pain. Tb; fad ton falter to fti!I. Tha brp!nsinki to low lataent; r?fore tlie itlll uplifted veil . I fee the crowded forebpad bnt, Vsk'.r ciore iwtt tue Hearcnly lr With breathings of uneiIh pnyer. And a Voice taith: O fay whir, ts pitn. OLoTe that ecjs, fill up ray i JetUkg which rstnaln ! ".-ball remit redeemed be rar refna To share my sorrow in .heir turn? Or.iin-.orglven. tny riit tbuie. Or peace with aeiüfi anooncem Ifaa saintly eaxe ro pitjicz creT Visa fa'ih r. n. anrlr anil lnVft M EMTerT "While tlm remain ad soul ia dsrkneM J eil. Can IleaTen b Uoarea ...

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

TIIE INDIAN APO LIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18, aB85-TWELVE PAGES. South Bend. Among these were Governors f ( BJ STOBE ILL AT 0 LT HUG, Chinese Giant! Toweiis; be! fcnd ionl1oM above all tnz La W Pcrter and Cray: and Foetauuter Wildman 1 Two enginee went in front of the tra'n lo clear the track of snow, and at another engine was added. Lebanon THE CHURCIIE9. i Merrar! T7o havo'plcccd on cnr counter; Over 600 Pieces UOLUI UNDERWEAR -3olow Ooat. SMris, Gtee?, Drawers, HiiM Dresses. 7hc:o aro moro or lets tumbled ntid tolled, tmt at tue prioai marked thayaro a groat barg a In, and will bavo a quiotr tile. fricei A1to?s in Plain Fipra PEniS, OftSSETT & GO, JOS. A. MOOÄB, 4 CHcrfcct Ct, Indianapolis lai tatgrtst fcUyircd ca tepotlU, pi qrn ol (Sand jttner to Lam en IaproYed City tnfl Jinci .perty la Indian and Ohio, Hty, Ocnntj aad Town Bonä n4 FtihAmo--cjt flotci boaM &ad toia. !" loam raae except laca a tccnrd4 by Ct. iccrtxaga on real enUle. ir'...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 18 January 1885

ML r "w TWELVE PAGES. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 18,1885. PAGES 9 TO 12 ÜOTUAAI GOSSIP. Mayor (Jroc, Who lias lirought Conflfru.itlon to the Uanks of New York OfflcelluIdTH. HArqnlsde Leuvllle and Other Titled People, Including Sem Anieri eins Who Ire So by Virtue of Dollar. Dan Frohiuan Declare That Nothing UHo DtlnilT m One's Judgment About PIais. I Pioneer Frees New York letter.) There is aa agitation here just at present OTer the policy announced by our new Major, W. R. Grace. Ha threatens, not ex actly with a flourish of trumpts. bat with a good deal of boldness, to revolutionize current method of dealing with city attain, and to run the office to which he has been elected on strict business principles. He claims that he was not chosen primarily to serve the Democratic party; declares that ha shall not obey the commands of either wing of it, and promises to turn out incompetents without regard to who appointed them, and to call men to his aid without regird ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 18 January 1885

10 TJHE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, 8UNDAY MORNING JANUARY 18. 1885. oxr, ii y one. Tbooehfrom the toughs to which they're lng wenclinjinz. The Autumn leaves are dropping one. by one, let from their dust, new forma of beauty, prmgShall emile again in Strnmer's gentle sun. Tho'inh one by one the pearly drops of morning. From drooping flowers on viewless pintoni We'll ee them ye the gorgeous clouis adornWith glowing archea of celestial dyes. Though one by one the star are fai;n? slowly That all night Ige? kept vieil in the sky. The distant mountain peaks.'Jike prophets holy, iroclaim that morning's light and song are nigh. Though with alow step goes forth the sower weeping. And on earth's Up his precious treasure leave, Yet comes the haret. with its joyous reapin?. When shall be gathered home the ripened heaves. Though one by one the friends we fonlly cherish Withdraw from ours, the col J and trembling hand. And leve us sorrowful, they do not perish They yet ehalt greet ui in a faire...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 18 January 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS 1A1LY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 18, 1885 11 Somebody crwli into rnimm' be Just at the break of day, Saugte upc!of and whipr louJ: aomebAiy' conn to ty. Somebody rushcB through thehoue Ter once shut dor; Scatter her plajtrunz'i all ronn J ÜTer the nursery floor: jb on tb fn ad tears her clothe N?er bit cres h Jwin?s on th tt and make mui pies; Who cm sombodj be? Somebody looks with roruih eyes Up throuzh her tangled hair; "Somebody me," h y; "but theo So rn body doesa't care." Detroit Free Press. A lleivrn on lrZArtb. From Col. lugersoU'. Lecture. If there is any heaven on earth, it is where just the right man marries ju9t the right woman, and there is no way to be happy except with perfect liberty. I hate a man who thinks a woman should obey him. I had rather be a slave than be a master. 1 had rather be robbed than be a robber. All that I ak for woman-kind i liberty, and let th man love the woman as she should be loved. As one of the old sacred book oi the Hi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 18 January 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, 3TJNDAY MOR&LNG, JANUARY 18 188SJ nopn ort. nopE ever. Hop on. hope ever. Though dead leaves are In mournful clutters feet: 'ncath yoar wandering Though wintry winds throat h caked boughs are The flowers are dead ; yet Is the memory sweet Ol ummer wind and countless roas glowing steatn the warm klaHsoftne generous sun. Hope on. .hope over. Why should tear b flow Inn? In every sewon ls some victory won. Hope on. hope ever, though yon deck loved treaaea JIla "hllng fingers for tbe lileat grave: IBOUftn told the cheek beueaih vour foni careaata. Look up, une Christian oul; becalm, be brave' uope on. nope ever. Taouzb jour hearu be treat int. Lt flower of reparation wreathe your crow. Deep in jour htajttoaie Leiveulj wiadoia wak Ink. Tor mortal life la full of change and loss. Dope on. hope ever, for locg-vanlhtd laces watch fur your comlDg ou the golden abore. Kn while you wniper in their vacant pUces Theblewed word. Notlos.t. but cone Uiore...

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

VOL. XXXIV-NO. IS). INDIANAPOLIS, 3I0NDAY M011NING, JANUARY 15), 1885. W HOLE NO. 10,081. WL;EN INDICATIONS rOR MONDAY Slightly colder in the wtittru pail of Tennessee and Ohio Valley. GLANCE Lcta 1483 reduced from $7X0 to 63. CO Lotj 1369 reduced from S5.C0 to e2.co Lots lC27-reduced from 16.00 to C8.C0. JLotB -reduced from $8.50 to S4.S0. Lola 3CG3-.-reducsd from S8.50 to "Lots 1375 reduced fron $8 5Qto S4.C0. Lota 1571 reduced from 812.00 to 17.50. They aro broken lota ofYoutaa' Overcoats, worth moro than thoy aro marked; but we don't oare; we're willing togivesomo ono a benefit, to cIcäo tho goods, at the only W in! CoDpIcte Treatment, with Inhaler.fcr even furo of Catarrh, H. ASK FOR SANFGRD'S RADICAL CURE. Head Colds, Watery Discharges from the Nose and Eyes, Ringing Noises In the Head, Nervous II( aCache and Fever instantly relieved. Choking mucus dislodged, membrane cleansed and healed, breath sweetened, sniell, taste, and tearing restored, and ravages checked. Cough, Bronch...

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

2 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 19, 1885. PROCEEDINGS IS CMGBESS. JLater-SUte Commerce The Senate Defeats the Amendment Prohibiting Higher Rates for Short Than Long Hauls. Consideration of the Consular and Diplomatic Bill in tho House Brings on Debates Ov Pending Treaties. THE FORTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS. The Senate Wash 150105, D. C, Jan. 17. Mr. Allisan presided over the Sanat9 to day. A communication from General Sherman lo the Secretary of War concering the policy of the Confederate Execute Department tYras received and laid on the table. Mr. Frye introduced a bill for enconrage2nent of the American merchant marine and lo promote postal and commercial relations ith foreign countries. The Senate then proceeded with the consideration of bills upon the calendar. INTER STATE C0MM2RCE. The Chair laid beiere the Senate the In ler State Commerce bill, and after a long Uit a'.8 Mr. Slater's amendment prohibiting ihigner rates tor abort than for longer hauLs wa-t def...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 19, 1885. 3 INDIANA LEGWti.VTUHE. OmLtioni and cvrlail '.f i't V mprt for uant of faa in then columns will aynvxt in an aprulLc to Volume XXII of the brevier Legitlatue Utforts IN EESATE. FniTY, Jsn. 17. la3 10 a. m. ! la Continuation, j Mr. ADKISO: I sizgest that thia res3lutioa only proposes that the Joint Committee 8011 diift a bill tnere can be nc barm done by the'.. The method of. saoervision cf these institutions of coarse will be reopened ia the bill, bat Senators oa the oppDilte h&70 fall control and can täte ample time to discuss the methods when reopened. Therefore I am opposed to the motion. Mr. MAGEK was not ready to vets lor the resolution, for that would seem to indicate a pledge to stand by the action or the committee. Ifabusesezist.it would seem that the Trustees, whosa sworn daty it is to make smnnil reports to toe Governor, would say tocoething abont tbem in their report. He had read the reports of...

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

1 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, MOND AY MORNING JANUARY 19 1885 MONDAY, JANUARY 19. OFFXCKt 71 and 73 Weit Market Street. EATLS OF SUBSCRIPTION, IndiAnapolls Hentlael for 188 Daily, Bun. Cmw and Weekly Edition. DAILY. lallvtred by Carrie, per woe I 25 Patly, lacindini t; an lay, parser 80 Pitij, per Sintis:, by euU .. 13 00 Ualy.ye rnn, ty cill, including CmDaUv, delivers ty carrier, per innan.-, 12 00 Zlly, delivered by carrier, re annum, in-" ciudlrg 3 .. .. it co Dilly, to ncvidslcne, per co?y - 8 tuns AT. erjdy edition c! eüty lsür co!ca:iiMM..,l2 CO fc-n'ay Sentinel, by carrier...-. .. 2 60 Ts newiluilin, per enpy - sfi WX3KL7. r jciy, per nncii.. 1 1 CO Ths pc-ti; 3 cr lUjciHrt-'cii by gaII Is prepaid ey the piVLiiw Kowilcvt' iri st:ppll?d at threa ccata per copy, Fotge oi cthsr charjss prepaid. laiursd ti ;cconi-c!juj jcattCT t th3 PsotoScs it ZadVxc&PCllS, Pud. The Eoatinei is , prepared to faraish a supplement to the State press, containing Governor Gray's in...

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