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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 19 January 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 19, 1885. A TERRIBLE DEED. A Johnson Coontj FArmer Murdered in Cold Blood, "Within Call of Hla Daughter's Voice Robbery No Doubt tho Object. Cull FJietory of the Fearful Crime that Horrifies the People of tbe County. In Clark Township, Johnson County, eight miles northeast of Franklin, stands a quaint, old-fashioned, one-story brick house, with two front docrj, protected by a narrow porch running the entire lngth of the Jroatof the domicile. Everything about the farm house bears an atr of comfort and convenience1, without that ostentation TrMch la noticed in the con Btruction of more modern residences. The Borroundingi give evidence of thrift and careful husbandry on the part of the owner. Xifty yards from the house standi a well filled barn, while the stoat upon the farm embraces a large cumber of hcrses and citt'.e all of the beat breeds showing fcy their condition that they aie the properly of one who takes pride as well as...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 19 January 1885

s 6 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL. MONDAY MORNING? JANUARY 10, 1885. FIHfflALASDCOaSEaCIAL MONEY AND STOCKS. 9 mm York rtnanelal Rarket. IW YORK, Jan. U.-JIcney-EaryatlOlK rer tent.:clced offered at 1 p:r cent. Prime Mercantile Paper 4X35 per cent Governments Firm. Railway Bonds Irregular. State Eecuri tics-Dull. stare fpecuiaticn was quiet aal uninteresting Mring the morning Lours to day. Tee announce Mf nt that the tronx line representatives lad been ur.atle to agree at their meeting yesterday had lit tle or no efTett oa prices. At tte opening there was a decline of 1cm than 1 per cent., which was ueeeedsd by a fractional advance, Lut the lm I rovement was lost later. After first call a mode atetuylng movement set in on the publication ol the bank statement, which was a favorable ev. bitlt, and showed a gala cf t V;C-l.4C0 in reserve. Trie ) atis are now t5l,14s,775 above legal require ments, the !arjit sum ever held. Later la the day thero wa considerable activity and a decided...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 19 January 1885

7 (Written for the Indlaatpolli BaatlaelJ HEIA UGODUL'F. Ilr Mri. AAdim Zettch Frank. CHAPTER XV. At a famous but retiring watering place ia the southern part of F anc may be seen hundred o! g:mta c ;miDg mi going. Gaesta iron far abd near, representing many na tions. Some come for pleasure, to Tieir the beautiful scenery, while many come in search of health. The hotel is large an J wt!l bailt, to ac commodate from a thccuand to fifteen nun dreJ guests. Oa ih prrch, which rans tne whole length and breadth of the house, Bits aLaadsome young mas. emoting a cigar, yrho is CTidently lost in dep thousht. Be tide him is a middle aeJ gentleman who aits idly gating at his con. Theas two men are Eugene Hay and his father. Mr. Hay has gTown stronger day by day, until he is cow almost well. His son has grown thinner and paler, and his eyes hare ! & grave, tad expression. His cheeks are no longer rosy and he is silent most of tne lime. Six bng months have piased by, and he has not received ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 19 January 1885

8 THE m HI STORE (CBTAnLIOnCD 1SS8J Unslin Unflerwear ! 7o havo'piaced on our counter Over 600 Pieces MUSLIM UNDERWEAR Bolow Cost. Siirls, Gtaises, Drawers, Hiebt Dresses. Thoso are moro or loss tumbled and soiled, out at tha prices marked theyaro & great bargain, a ad will have a quiok sale. Prices Always ia Flais Tmm. mm & co. JOS. A. MOQlIE, 6 B. llarkat St., Indianapolis (si Interest allowed on deposit, in sunti ol $5 and Crward, Äoney to Loa ca iRprotod City tad rrai f perry in Indian and Ohio. wicx, County tsl Town Bend, sd PnrciMS ?r:ey Notes, bought u:d gold. tfoioanaiaade except fach, at ar scenred by Int raortRSfie on real estito, Tvith a Urge curzta af security, or by collAUjrals having market value. foreign Exchange for ia!e on all parts cf the world. Cleaning - Up JUST BEFORE INVOICING. All rsrments are now marked In BLUE MAP.K et the FINAL REDUCTION, öomo terrible lows, but the poods must be sold to make room lor oar Annual Underwear Sale February 1. REMNANTS. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 20 January 1885

VOL. XXXIT-NO. 20. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY M0HX1XG, JANUARY 20, 1885. WHOLE NO. 0,öS.l. T 7 WHEN INDICATIONS. VOR TUESDAY I"!r od warmer Htlitr, Lota 1183 reduced from 67.00 to $3.00 Ix? ta 1300 rcdaccd from $5.00 to $2.00 Lots 1027 reduced Crom $16.00 to ts.co. liOts ß7fi--reduced from $8.50 to $4.20. Lets SC63 roduosd from $3.50 to $3X0. Lota 1375 reduced from $8.50 to $i.co. Lota 1571 reauoed from $12.00 to $7.50. They aro broken lota of Youths' Overcoats, worth more than they aro marked, but wo don't care; wa'ro willic ji to glYOBome one a benefit, to clcae tne goods, at the only W HM. PK AI1D ORGANS Wholesale and Retail. A genta wanted in every county. Theo. Pfalin 4 Co. S! red 81 üortb Pennsylvania St. Oar 1ERM3 and PRICES can't be duplicated. TOYS Be tostale! feii Barter, (Round and Square.) m ART WISTMJ'STER, -AIJ80- Acorr. Stoves and Ranges. Coal Vases, Coal Hodt, Ifirt Standi, Etc., 12 to. ELDER& CO. es Bortt nUnoU Et, BORN & CO. OH ffeeKiv and Monthly Payments 97 Ea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 20 January 1885

THE JMUAKAl'OLIS DAILY SENTINEL, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20 1885. PROCEEDINGS IS CONGRESS. Ia the Senate llaslnes. was Suspended to Enlogize the late Senator An thony, of llhorie Island. Several Hill Were lotrodnced and Coonl JarUdictlon 1111 Called l'p II 'it Not the THE FORrV-EKillTII COXIHtESS. Tim Senate. Vahikoto.v, D. C, Jan. l". Mr. Coske introduced a bill to establish and regalats quarantine on live stock trails, and to regu late commerce between the States ;is to live stock. At the conclusion of the morning hour Mr. Aldrich offered the following: Resolved. That the Senate has heard with pro f .uiid sorrow of the death of the late Henry B. Anthony, lite Senator from Rhode Island. Beiotved, That the buineM of the berate be uovr suspended to enab'e his associates to vy a proper tribute of regard to hit hih character aQl iIsUngu:Rbed public services. Addresses on the life and character of Fenator Anthony wero made by Messrs. Aldrich, Edmunds, Diyard, Pendleton, Gar land. Ineal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 20 January 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1885. r INDIANA LEGISLATURE. OmlicnM and curtail ,'-1 f t'.ii r'itrt or cant of rpnre in lhfc cinm n tci'i 'fj ir ' n appendix to Volume XXII of the Brtti'.r Ls'jiilatae IltpmU. IN SENATE. Monday. Jan. Ü, 1SV 10 a. m. ALIEN REAL ETATZ OWN KP. Hr. SMITH, of Jennings, bill i 2 can cerning real estate and th alienation ibereof, coding up with a favorable corn raitte report, it was read the second time. Mr. FOULKE: I mare that it be ordered engrossed and pneed to the third reeling. In regard to that bill, whlc was introduce! by the Senator from Jennings Mr. Smith, who is absent, I think it Is a bill that ni two members of the SenaU would disares upon. At present aliens may hold real es tate in Indiana, and very large tract) o! real estate are being purchased in some counties of this State by persons beyond the tea, who are holding them for speculative purposes. I takelt, that it will ba conceded that the tend of the State belO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 20 January 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, TUESDAY MORNING JANUARY 20 18& TUESDAY, JANUARY 2X OFFICE: 71 and 73 Weit Mnrket Street. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. m4iDp:ii Sentinel for lft-SC na'.Iy, Ban. d7 und If kl; Klitiooa. DAILY. tM lrtTti by carrier, ?r week 1 2 SO 13 OC I'ly, including eusdy, p:r ock.. tft7, per nunn, ty caII. t7, per Haitis, by rafc.Il, lncludicg Han- lift Jj t ulSll .. " .M.MMMMM 12 CC IH'dr, delivered by carrier, per annun.. . 12 CC DaUy, l'Hcrrd ty ur-ier, y a2cn, io- Clnilux in'tf 14 CC Dally, to nvwz'l caters, ir oo?y.. 8 nu-aday fl'tion e! eighty-four coiuxnc 2 CC Üdulay Kcntlcst, by carrlei..... 2 6C T t.44-?fCcxt, pi copy ti WEtZLT. r"ij, ps- tnanm .,..1 1 OC Tbe pouo on jabecrlotlosj by in 11 1 r repaid f tie ptibiuijc flewgdraleri supplied at three ccnta per copy, iiitsa or otter charges prepaid. Xnt?red m Pcoon3-cli mU2r at the PostoSce at XadJtaaroUX Ind. Dzaxox White, of Brooklyn Plymouth Church, having bet and lost S 3,000 on Blame is now anxious to gtt Par...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 20 January 1885

j t THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1885. 5 2! IHON HIGHWAYS. Tfcc Tool oa Eist Bound Freights la Danger of Dissolution. The Result of the Comlngr Ueetlngr Re Karüed With Much Anxiety De cember Earnings Other Items of the Rail. A lortien ot the Bps Line Is lati with Sixty five pound raila, and, In fact, there ap pears to be very little rail on standard cau?d roads north of the Ohio lighter than fifty-sir 'rounds r- yard, til of the lines of heavy trallic us'Idk at leant i?ity toon J rail. The Laltfurt used by Indiana roads is mainly gravel, altL&cqh teveral of tteni u;e stone or fnrnfcc sin;?. Kither rnakea cood ballast. The rodd3 that have eo far reported De cember earnings have a little over half the tarninc? tod much more than h&lf.tae mile tiiio of the wto!e number teat report. They tntte a favorable showing compared with previous months, but it Is doubtfal if the reports Btlll to come in will maintain no I a Torable an average. The Indiana,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 20 January 1885

G THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL. TUESDAY MORNING' JANUARY 20 1885. PMICIILAP COMHERSIAl. IIONEI AND STOCKS. II ev Yovk Financial Bark at. WIW YORK, Jan. 13. Money Easy at l&OS per eat.; doted at 1 per cent. Frlne Mercantile Paper 4X36 per cent. Go y rumen t A bade easier for 4s. Eailway Bonds-Jrresuhr; West Shore firmer. 8Ute Securities Dnll. Tbe week opened with a lower market for stocks on revival of the unfavorable minora concerning prominent Erms, and the decline Inibegeaeral Hot ranged frora J f 1! percent, Manitoba, however, was very weak aad dropped 2! percent , cd Pelawaie and Hudson sold down 2 P'f cent' Eutnequently there kii a rally of to yB per cent , but in the afternoon Lackawanna fell off to 8t!$, Delaware and nadsoa to 63 and Jersey Central to 24 cn reports that the meeting of the coal presents bad not tccn harmonious. La'er oa thii was denied, It beinz artated all loa Uns anthracite com pan lea had been represented at the meetin? and that a commission composed...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 20 January 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, TUESDAY MORNING. J A NU A II Y '20 1885. 1 v 4 (TTrlttea for the ladUnayolU Saatiaei. J nZYk VTOODKL'F. Mr Mr. Addis lltrh frank. CK.M'TEC XVI. It waa now the miiJIe of February, bat many woüld be g'ad if it ai the list day of this dreary, cold month. Mr. Woodruf was able to ait up a few ironists at a time, anJ Madam I'.eek neter lift his Bide. Arthur bad been to New Yotfc several times since Met had disappeared, bat. at .yet, tad not found the faintest c!ae ai to her whereaboata. Most of hia time was spent iu the sicfc chamber at Woodrnf Hali. Mr. Wocdrn! bad notbeen allowed to hear any I iiing concerning M eta's disappearance, aid ten Ls aäLed H&dam Keek about her she would alwaya assure him that ehe was in the t of health and never ceased to lore hirn. "Yea rsraicil tne aomuch of iny daughter, ifMadani Keek," he eaid one day, a she leaned ver him and smoothed the hau which had fallen on h3 forehead. -I am plad oi that, tlr, as it may add ti e....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 20 January 1885

8 TU E INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, TUESDAY MOJINING, .1ANUAHY 20, 1885. TBE DER YORK STÖRE nslin Mem ! Iii Wo bavoplaced on our counter Over 600 Pieces HUSUM UNDERWEAR X2olow Cost. Drawers, Night Dresses. Thoao are more or leis tumbled cd Hoilad. rmt At the priooi marked theyoro a groat bargiiu, a ad will fcAvo a quick sale. Prices Always is Flats Fiprw. PETTIS. B JOS. A. MOO dB, 4 IX Harket Ct., Indianapolis (il Xatareet allowed ea deposit, n tarn of 13 and Jlcn2y to Lon ca IraprofSd Ültj and J-irxcj perl? In Icun nl Otio. irj, County and Town ßoad, cd Farcbase nry Note, toc?fct ni sol l. Ko lean rette exwpi acii ai re ?caied t j rtt mortgage on real eate, witü Urre darein f wouraj, er by cnlla:er&j! tvinj a taarket alaa. Foreign ExcSi.ae for sale on all parts of tua rcrld. W-?1 " 11 Cleaning - Dp Sale JUST BEFORE INVOICING. All fzmpnt a?e now nurtf d In AlUE MAKK at Ilia riN A L REDUCTION, tfome terrible 1om3s. but the pools must to sold to matco rootn for oar Anneal Underwea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 21 January 1885

tl i KM. VOL. XXX1V-N0. 21. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1885. WHOLE NO. 10.ÖS. TOB HEJ3JII3DAY Fair and warmer weather. gbilÄTNoe liCtii 1463 reduced from S7.C0 to 63 CO ot3l3CD red iced from 55.00 to $2.00 Lets 1627 reduced fram $16.00 to ts.co. Lots 575 reduced from $8.50 to 4.60. Lets SCC3 reduced from $3.50 to ea.co. Lcto 1.175 reduced from $9.50 to 61.C0. Lota U.-raiucol from $12.00 to $7.50. Thßy aro brake n lots of Youths' Cvercoatj, worth morothan ttiey aro marked, but wo den't caro; wa'ro willing toglvosotno ono a benefit, to cicetho goods, ct the only M Si! J DISFIGURING HUMORS. HUM! Li AT ERUPTIONS. Itching and Burning TORTURES. Ifcave tried for tfeven vears to have my wla (undd a terrible euin disease. Tha Ccticcra Lemediis fCnlicura Resolvent, new Blood Pun ter, laternaily, and Cuticura, tbe creat Skin Caro, idCuticur Soap, au exquisit bain Eeautifar, eiterrady have done infix weeks what I hav ti ltd for eleven years to have done. You shall bve the part...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 21 January 1885

t TUE JM)IAKArOLIS DAILY SENTIKEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21 1885. PROCEEDINGS 13 CG3GRESS. The ScEflte Trjlrjjr; to Erade Railroad Legislation by EjlahlUliIn? a Useless Commission. Tho Indian Question Dobated by the Houaa in Committee of tho Wnolo. THE rORTY-EIGUTn CONGRESS, The Senate. WAßniyarox, Jan. 20. A Senate bill was passed authorizing the National Bank of IBIoomlngton, III., to changa its name. . A resolution was agreed to authorizing the Committee on Transportation Iloutea to the Seaboard U sit during the session for tha "purpose of securing farther statistical in formation in regard to thb cost ot transporta tion, etc After disposing of reveral matters the San ate resumed consideration of the Inter-Siata Commerce bill. The House bill, the "Iteajran Mil," so called, haying been already in the Senate read twice by title and placed oa the calendar, was now taken from the calendar and read in full. The question before the Ssnatewas on the notion of Mr. Cullom heretofore ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 21 January 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1885. ) r INDIANA LlXUSfATlIRR Ovimxont and curtailings of th 'i-J T'vorl far want of space in thac columns willnj'p mnappemlix to Volume .XX H of the 2 ear in revicr Jxgulat ite Jirpcrk. IS SEYATE. Ti 5r.r J&Ü. 21, 15 2 p. n. Lieatci: t G?e.-r,o MANiON: This fceicz the i!ay M.t r't bv tbe !wi of Con- g es to V for United fcuUj ßenntor, to erve for sL-yp.rs from t::e Ith of March Cf i t, at il I is th Lour Srt by th s 8"te therefor, th K.ntor frcin VifcOhaa the il jcr. Mr. ECH1 O-S sv'i: f V & ott er colam. Mr. II I TL 1(3 ASS: It U sttirg and rrppr lit all tlm'3 o reccn'z the valab c r tics and nuine worth or a faitfafdl pupils servant. V trn mtc rr.vo ber, hor,tt end" frnsV,! ilh circe. a: d trie responsibility nn-.l duty .f Ihar. m;st Labten rarffo"y and honet'y cl.-tcbargcd, it is tlTi thut the people's inir.:- In theoillc cf United States Senator one c f the highest Icjrjlative trusts eist. I;.e pener lor co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 21 January 1885

c TIIE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING JANUARY 21' 188 t,- fil l WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21. OrriCEj 71 and 73 Yet Market Street. bates of sußsciarriox. Ie 11 vzrfipof.n HntiaI for lSSOatlj, San Czy and TVehly ri.'.'z. 3AH.T. I::tct33 t cvricr, pr wtx .,....4 23 I"t, iuduOm;: rtodJ, pvmoc - 0 Dtlly, pti azucn, ry rnU . 13 CO D-j'7, per r-:"-a, V r-iU, mduimE Sen- XJaUj, deliver?; by carrier, pa? t-u:.. 12 CO mily, deil-crcl cellar, p t-::crt, la dail; SzvAvr ... - H 00 D4ly, to us icHer?( ptr ocpj . t 9 idy cIlin tl e'zhty-foux cc'irzr .,S2 CC tarixy n'.lnol, by carrier.-.. 2 M J" rsricaL.;, per wry....-. 8)f WMXXY. arCfciyi pC CT iiT1 m - X CO Taj pestas-j ci lUisciJjtlaza by fill !i prepaid toy tie pabiisbc oila!en rupriicd at three e:n'.i per copy, Fa? 12 3 ci c!i:r charge prepaii. InVirod 11 jcoud-cJvj xaa'.ter at ;ha Pcatoüca at 1 1 tux jc 1 lud. Tne new Congrei3 will -laud 13- Dimj ci&tf to 142 Republicans. Sejtatop. Willard's eloquent speech, seo ondmg the nomin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 21 January 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANlHllY 21, 1885. 5 LEGISLATIVE KOTES. Introduction of a Rill Abolishing the Ür2nd Jcrj Sjsteia. Games cf Canco at Agricultural Fairs to Bo Prohibited in Future. "Formal Vote on United StatC3 Senator In tfco S3 and House. l ull Test of the Speeches of Repre sentative Debs and 8eaatora fcchlosa and Willard. lb Senate Coniattea roo3, five in number, have been secured at the Iiitea at a ccst o! $173. Senator Bailey yesterday introduced a bill amending the liquor law. Its object is to do away with the provision requiring saloons to close at 11 o'clock a night. A resolution introduced and referred 3 the Vays and eam CoraUtee, the claim of the heirs of Henry llall ai;nt the State for work and labor done on the Wa bash Canal. V.t, Overman, ot Lawrence, h intra dnced a bill raaciu;; it an offense, punisha ble b a fine of not less than $5, for my pi- pil or pupils to upbraid or insult a tocher unon tho school ground or ia the preeence o? a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 21 January 1885

6 '!! INDIANAPOLIS jAILY SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY MORNING- .JANUARY 21 1S85 tea il'JXSY AND STOCKS. . I'M Vlnr.n mrfcf. v TOF.Z. Jan. ca-Ycncy-Eafy tl'-l P'-r ,-. "vd at 1 per cent. ecveronv:at$ Eav.er. Eailway Bonds Lower. ctAP parities Quie, The eto-fe market flrra exccj. for YaaderbUf' v Meli were a fractloa lower. Bo.'ore 11 o'c' there wu a brist d;m'-d and general tire a price. The Improvement ranged fro-n ' ' r, jcr cent., Netr York Ccatnl leading - fh up o St? i, la tre lean crotvd, then sta.p lu quiry for New York Central, wtx -,at M ni,h ft4 ,'e per cent, per dls-n. O'.her Vtira share con raanded 1-!2ä:ü'.2 Der Cju'. j-rcsr midday a re port trtc circulate d that j, Cil O.rar 4:17 of r.t" t ar hs.d rccda an. B'SPncent, and tin nsmt'.i" i mn'.:!! srri cteciei t: pwarJ movement. T.t miTiet ran o.'i' ia l'i per c:ut. cn this report, bat later ceci-O'-ir j deci'd tnat aa ascir,nment cad H:ea ra-adC', ndiln? tfcs t on the contrary the tampan 7 is id-; eins its isiebleiact?. la tis aft...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 21 January 1885

i 'r-i-i cri--iii! Ca l it prrr-lo knowa U ti fot the pst rsr n50f we r! piea.e i to r?port trt it hs .na,5 j. c wrai a Co i?;,r r.j . i. ii, It i THE INDIANAPOLIS DiAILY SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21 1S35. IWrlitca forth- !c1!nir:ii SntiaaLI .sie fa woommr. Alf Mn. -Ad.il I-eUth Fenk.. QakTILi'. XV il. The little white marbla a-ii gj'.i disk on the shelf struck elht TJhila Arthur Bra ha vaj talking to hi host. A ervant eaters:! and annocfcced the arrival of Dr. Gray and -wi'?. Lir.& took no notice of what ha -.lid, hat ai dc,rn in an e&jy cJiur Vy tho gn.e. "Lina, did you net h-ar trie ai:ioaaca aent Jack jo3tmade?" ?lr. Woodraf asked. 'Yes, bat they da no; car to s?3 me, ai Dr. Gray and his tvifa bar? no particular lore for Lina Mason. Hiva them shown ap here by all mean3, a I dj,ie sy Mr?. Grey la anxioos to see hsr uncle; if not she would ha7e waited until torucrro-v to call," Lina said coldly. 'Show them tin, Jr. I shU b very glad ta ae Gert'. cnce more. Do no...

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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 21 January 1885

I 4 8 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1885. Tnr mhsi vfijw ?Tnr tic htw IllHi blunt CEöT'AI13LiiaiII2X 1SÜSJ Mm Merwear! Wo have'placed on our counter Over 600 Pieces MUSLIM UNDERWEAn Bolow Cost. Siirts, GWe;, Drawers, Ki&M Bredes. These ero moro or less tusxblol and ecilod, but at tha prioe marked tnayaro o ßreat barsiln, aad havo a quicir. Bale. Prices Always is Fiaia Fipre?. PE fOS. A. MOOtSE, H. 7Jarfcct Et., Iniiaaapolis tai fattrcM alio r3 ca fispcwitz, in sam c! t:. and -feuerte Ia oa InrrsTd City ind rtrias i rrrrr ia-uia rad onio, Jiiy. Co tint y aad! Town r-eais. nd Farci-Mo f Sott, fröiZRLt ad fold. Cazs nvids exCcj t nach 2J ars escarrd by .'ct nc.vazo ca i?l f Aale, irlih lars 3 margin ci Gcurlty, er ty collaterals ta-jins a naikct 'Tie. CTPlsa Erc!ucf3 for s,Jo ca II part of tne vain. P eaning - Up ÖS 8 CM JUST BEFOBL IHVOICIHG. fclcsaa V All rament ae rot rr.".rked In BLUft MArtC t the FINAL REDUCTION'. Some tcrrib1 io-.se.;, tat th...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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