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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 3 January 1885

IHE IHDiAIiAfOLlS DAILY BTIHEL SATUBDAY MOHKIJKG JANUARY 3 lSfcS 5 THE MISSING PACKAGE, Vtstertlaj Iiroujrht No Tiding of the Manager Henderson Sweara Out a Warrant and Clerk O'flara Is Arrestee!, The mystery anrroan'l'ng the disappearance of a paci:a containing $3,800, cduO'.gnei t3 the Ada;ns Kx preis Company, of thli city, by ths Merchants' National liirt. on TaejJ.iy evening, remains ucsolved, but rauch that vrai mere rumor, immediately after the losa wa.3 discovered, is now definitely known;to ba a list. The pacfcae wa3 duly received and receipted for by the Adams on Tuesday afternoon, and .it C o'clock it was given to John O'Hara, night clerk, who started to tag dspot ivith it and other packages containing cmey. At 10 o'clock he reported to the ca?hisr that the r.ackajre was mis3lns, ad said that it bad either been loat oa the way to the depot or had baeu mixed up with other 8hipment3, and ent out in that way. He expressed the belief that it would turn up at some point to whic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 3 January 1885

THE inDlAHAPOLlB DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY HORNING JANUARY 3 18E5 FINANCIAL AND (MMCIAL. MONEY AND STOCKS. jrw York Financial Barkel. NEW YORK, Jaa. i-Mon:7-Ea?7 a: 1 Ir cent. Primo Mercantile Papr 4J3 per cent. CiovcTarnen !.-.- teal j". Railway Bonds Firm. We t Shore bads vr. ?akcr State Bonds Quiet. The stock market to-day opened strong aal TiUher, aalla the 2m hour butiness prices rose to 2' f per cent. Coal sidcw lei the rise on rcycr'.slhat compwiM ha agreed to the new allotment plan and accept percentages. Delaware and Hudson -oM at 232J per cent, to 70. V, Lackawana 14 to 8 ' i. au I tti2 remainder of the list li to 1 Isr coat. j-ub-.equentlv ther3 was a decline of to 1 per croL on the reports fron Chicago that Michigan Central, Erie and Grand Trunk hal rrductd Ev-t boand pausen jer rates, aa I thh wai n;-eve-ded oy a firmer tone. In the afternoon th marlrei was Rm active and gene-rally a frn tkn lower. Late In the day the renort of negotiation for a f:tleranit of the troubles...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 3 January 1885

THE IDDIANAPOLIU DAILY ÜENTINJSL SATÜfiDAY 110EK1KG JAISUAIHl 3 1885 7 nüITS! Indeed, they hare not jrrleved me sore. Your f ait bleasnesi and jour deceit; Tba Utrth ii,liiu troubled more Bow i should make good retreat: Another way my be art now tends; We caa cry quits, and be good friends. I found yon far more lovable. Became jour flekienew I fair, Fcr 1 myatlf am changeable. And lite, yoa know, to like dotn draw; Thus neither needs to make amends: We can cry quit, and be good friends. While I wan monarch of your beirt. My heart from you did never range; But from my vaal dil I part. When you your lady love dia change; ' No per any tbectanpe attends: uc can cry quit, and be good friends. Farewell We'll meet acatn some day. And all our fortunes we'll relate; Of love Itt's Lave no more to say. Tis clear we'er not each other's fate. otir game In pleasant fashion ends; Wc can cry quits, and good friend?. Chamber' Journal. HOW Mil. NICHOLSON IIUJY. MISLAID THE i London Society. I riiAPTr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 3 January 1885

1 SEE ALSO FOLLOWING O f. "" v Our i 8 THE IHDIAHAPOLIB DAILT BEHTIÜEL SATURDAY UOttHlNG JAKUABI 3 1885 IE I M STORE l LÖTAULlöIIi: 1853 J Si Unflerwear! We have just received a line of SILK UNDERWEAR for Ladies and Gentlemen. All sizes, from 26 to 40. SELLING AT MANUFACTURERS' LIST PRIOES. ASSETT I C4 JOS. A. MOOilB, A U. Harkot Bt., Indianapolis Ind interest allowed on deposits, in mmi oi IS and Money to Imn ca Improved City and nmi rrc-pert7 in Iiiaima and UWo. City, county nd Ton iiond. nd Purcii&seiC3?y 2?oics, fcocsiit tad soi l. 3 loariEade f-rcept snea m ri cerxred by Bm Mortage on real ef.öt. wltn b Urge narla of ecurtty, or ty collateral livlng a market Talna. Foreign Kxcnane far eale on all part oi the world. Offer lliis Week IT FEARFUL HEDOGTIOIS. Bo Regarä for Gest er Yalne. We must close them quick. Look for the Uluo Mark. L S, MHES I CI N. IJ. A large stock of Fine Alaska Seal Saajues to closo at cost. S1TITRÜAY, JANUARY 3. SENTINEL TELKrnOU UAL LS. S iili...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 4 January 1885

o r.npY FOLLOJ - W VOL. XXXIY-NO: 4. INDIANAPOLIS SUNDAY MOKNING,. JANUARY 4, 1885. --TWELVE PAGES. WHOLE NO. 10, I 'Ja , i rX-T w X f vr 1 1 i l I x a ill i j , . x .v. . x r vx .av "v - WTvW( W-p t t HO UN BUT BUi Said a Salesman of a Largo VhoIesalo House to us recently : When I first went on tho road this season people bought goads of me; then I had to sell them; then push them; then crowd thorn; then unload them; and now I am DUMPING them. We aro in tho samo position as the salesman. In addition to our own largo stock, vo bought the Simon Hays stock at as signco'G salo at less than half cost, and although wo did an enormous business vo find ourselves largely overstocked wit QQCdo, and, liko tho salesman, must DUMP Unloading won't do; it Is not fast enough; ve mint sail tha QQOdo REGARDLESS OF COST! VALUES VILL NOT B CONSIDERED during this special sale. Elegant $25 Overcoats for $15! $150vercoats for $8 and $10! $9 Overcoats for $5! $22 Suits for $15! .$18 Suits for $12! $15 All...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 4 January 1885

r V " THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 1 lBf 5 ' SUNDAY, JANTAP.Y 1. orriCE. 71 and 73 Wt Market Street. AMUSEMENTS. t3GLXn' OI CR4 HOC3. T;e Howard Atheneum Specialty ComTMDywill pity at English's Tneaday and Wednesday evenings next. The Boston tilobe aya of the performance: The Howard Comedy Company probably furnishes as much tun for the people as any other combination put out on the road in a dramatic season. In organizing this company, Messrs. Rich and Harris take great pride, and spare no expense in securing the btst talent that the profession affords. This year they hay reason for congratulating themselves upon their success. Before starting out on an extended circuit through the United mates and Canada, the company plays one week at the Howard, commencing with last evening, when a great audience witnessed the performance. Every item on the programme merited and received generous applause. The two extremes, Hamlin and Keeler, the bis and the little, are r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 4 January 1885

THE IIJDIAIIAPOLIU DAILY 0 Ell TIITEL SUNDAY nOBHINQ JANUARY 4 1885 KJ I WOSAX'H WOHLD. I la taten Ced thatthere columns rhall rcorfl woaaa'i work la ill tie i ailed fields of Uflcfalaesa, refiect opinion respecting wont n, and voice the view and tioushta of women. It is coped that Itej nay in some neaaure encourage asd itrensrihen women In every worthy cort,ald Iben In wlv. Inf tie problem of ell-arport, protect ' them through knowledge of form of business od law Ixurpire then to attain to their rlcntful portion, ad thru through enlightened, elevated woman; coed ennoble tbe bone, tie race, the Nation. "Vforaaa'a World" is w'.de. As wife, aa mother, aa boEce-tiaker, as werker, m e iacator, aj pbllantiro pint, aa comrade, a citizen, and aa a human tilai, wonan la eTerjwPcre br.Udlnj for herself and bez generation. From all cction of tnla world, rif report cf Indivldo n organized work, cewiruücn, ttourbU surpestloni and Inqalriei are Invited f-r these columns. Addrost all each comnuni...

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

COPY fDIAHAPOLIß DAILY BERTinEL M0BITIIT6 JANUARY 4 1SE5-TWELVE PAGES O ' TYiU ? TTT AI : TWELVE PAGES. SUNDAY, JANUARY 4. OT7ICS 11 d 73 T7at Market Street. 'tlETA WOODRUFF." Thij story, the Initial chapters of which appear in the Sanday Sentinel of to-day, Trill continue as a serial through the Dally Sentinel Only to ita conclniion. Mrs. Addle Peitch Frank makes her debat in IleU Woodruff" as an authoress A daughter of Indiana, the Santinel readers naturally take Interest in her work. Bat the ttory will be found sufficiently meritorious to commend Itself to popularity even without the sentiment of State pride. Readers of the Sunday Sentinel, not subscribers of the daily, who w,bh to follow the story through the succeeding chapters should make provision for receiving the daily. Thk Ohio Legislature meets to-morrow, tha 5th. IIoei than half the.New Orleans street cars era "smokers," and the ladies use thsm as freely as the others. - It is not thought probable that the bill Suspendin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 4 January 1885

r SHE 'iriDIAHAPOLIB DAILY OEIJTIIIEL SUNDAY LIOEninS JANUARY 4 1B35-TWELVE PAGES. HIE LOST IS FOUND. 'XTCa Prcdfcd Expma Fck&gf , Mjste"rlon&ly His sirs, UjsUrlocalj Retares. .ftr.d Tfcoro Aro Bounds of Music and Dancing In tbo Houbo of tho A domo Express Company. O'Hara Eeleaeed from Prison and Reinstated In Bis Position as Cleric JJr. Hendereon'B Say. Jh& it?t is found, and there are sounds cf aimlc and dancing In the house of the Adazm Express Company. At C o'clock yesterday morning an employe at the depot cQlce opened the safe and there found the express money package which had Jeea mysteriously missing since Tuesday last, and for the supposed theft of which John O'Hara was Under eurrelllance for two days and finally CJTcstfl and placed in the station house. Übe return of the package to the safe is as mysterious as its disappearance, aad no one about th office appears to knov anything or is willing to talk abot the matter. When p&...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 4 January 1885

vr r.kG SHE in D IAH AB OLIO DAILY BENTIWEIüNDAY UOBNING JANUARY 4 1865 the noun. O D to tootled Ctatna aave ticoi ta that rlr tun ob baa established Us hearth, era ta tusa ol tt it poes uaica and fMianea, tcsce will cot depart u nothlai Cam tin ewar. tahinoe If he Laa departed be ihxj to U ABderer, and 11 tie returns he ceases to waudcr, gjaCiüon !mo ClTil Law. Then itay at hone, ay heart, and rert. The bird Im safeet la tue re.; O'er all that 13 Jttcr their wings and fly. a as l toteTlfli la the sky." Longlellew. TO UN (J KOLK?. Litt! Foxen. Amcnz my tinier line I ?py A Lttie lox named By-and-ty. Tterj a-t upon hin tU'-k, I a-,-. TU will yoMüi huattr-Kighi away. Around each tender vine I plant I find ine lux 1 can'L Thfn, ft as evtr hunter ran, Cbas hua wita bold aad urve I caal Na ue In trylu-lars and whinej Thu tox among my tender Tine. Thea drive hin low and drive bira hljh With Ulis good hunter, named I'll try. Amonj- the vin?t in my small lot Creeps in the joan foz-I forgot. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 4 January 1885

THE IUDIAnAPOLIO DAILY OUITTIITEL SÜNDAYIIOBHIRG JANUARY 4 1885 C7 nn cnmsTWAs sled. JAM ES VHlTIOMB EiLCf. wa!rh blrn wSUx MtCorUtBUS lied; lie fcitcbe on behind A ijiaele!sfc. with r'.ad booray, An! whiitlea äoirn trie win J; tie btars the bor t champ tbeir bits And bells that jinjle, jinxla -Tots Woolly C&p! yoa ncariet Mitts. You miniature kiis Kringie, "I i'.iwS catch your secret joy Yourchncklini of delubt. The while yon whiz where glory ia Eternaüyla ai?ht: "With you 1 caunt ray brth as wlft Yfur jaunty l?d tops eliding O'er ftlasay trae and nahow drift, Ai 1 behind wereridlu! He wlnki at twinkllnKi o! the frost, And, on it airy raw. 3t tiugJea beat to redder beat the rapture of his Iw e. Th colder keener ia the air, Tae less be cares a feather. Bat, there! he's pone, and I ga":s oa The wintriest of weather. Ah, toy ! still epedlns o'er the track Where cone returns az&in. To ahtn for yon. or cry tor you, Or die for you, were vain And ao speed on: the w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 4 January 1885

- - - , m - . t THE inDIAITAEOLID DAILY DSHTinBL 8UOTA3T EIOBliiNG JANTJAB'Y 4 15TWELYE PAGES. i iw vonic STORE leetlont were all from "Dt, Srrler," whil Tmiin'iin tain iwe "frazls Tale of th Fibwife,' 'A Trying Situation" and "A Ghost Story." They will no doubt hare a large audience at Plymouth Church lYednesdav tTenlDg. T1IE RECORD MGNBAlHlllil mir rTK IlMi SjIU iiiTiffi ii nT n J SM IPMITQEÜT 50 THE LADIES: tio fact of our having marked down cur cntlro atook of Gloakß. Wo tiavo racdo vorr low prices in ordor to clozo tho waaon and uot oar?y l-rco but very well assorted in Hew-ci-rccts, Circulars, ana mo now cbert Dolmans, and at prices which t7iU snit tho wanta of all. Our Hirz c a' Cloaks are also marked chcclss an outside wrap will find it to CO to tneir interest 10 examine cur atoos at the marked-down Fries ii Plain Fipres. pete Qissm & co, JOS. A. MOOiB, C 13. Hortet Ct,f Indianapolis la i 3trr?Tt allowea ca depoclta, pi innaol Hanl Llone ta Loan on Irarrored City...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 4 January 1885

. . ? . isf? ... Tit J II III 111 Iii 111 U.I I II I . TWELVE PAGES. INDIANAPOLIS, J NT) ANA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4,1885. PAGES 9 TO 12 HOLIDAY GOODS. Dolls, Toys, Jewelry, China, Glass Albums. v New G-oods at C all while Stock is Full. NOVELTY DOLLAR STORE 44 and 46 IS ant "Wnwlilotrtoii Mtreot HUSBAND AMD WIFE. Husband Speaking: "It's the strangest thing that ever I Knew, And the most provoking, 'twixt me and you And a woman who got a man like me, A good provider, and steady and free With all her folks, with funds salted down. And as floe a house as any In town. To be lamentlug 'cause one child in ten Ain't quite as good as he might have been. 'It's a pretty good showing, it seems to me, Thatonly a tenth ol the lot thru id oe A little oil color, aud teat's what I say To their motoer twenty Urne a day ; But I can't make her see It in that lieht, ana sue listens and waits night after night For the sound of his step, till I grow so wild That 1 almost curse both mother and child. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 4 January 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, 3ÜNDAY MORNING JANUARY 4, 185 10 The lather of l,tH0 Children. London (ilo be. An old man Im juit died iu Vienfci trlui name deserve to be chronicled in all lands for the singular goodness of his life. Ferdinand Heidt haa been known inhU own city as 'The Father of the Orphan' for nearly half a century. lie wis a man of considerable mean?, and xtmm happily married, but it was a great grief to him and his wife that they con tinued to be childless. Herr Heidt said to his wife: "Since we are not to have any children of our own, can we not be parents to some of those who are fatherless and motherless?" Ha was a man cf action, and began at once to carry hU conception into practice. He began by taking fatherly charge of two or three orphan, but his zeal and repute increased to ucb an extent that At the time of his death he was the legal guardian of more than a thousand fatherless children. Thoe whom he adopted in this manner were not fitfully taken up and t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 4 January 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MOßNING JANUARY 4, 18fc5 11 Comicalities la Plant. I Ylji.i Ca Liu .t There is Jick-iu-the Pulpit; the Ü wtr of the plant kiiuwii hü ludian 'lurnij (Aricajia triphylluui), who could ever t nn of tries? singular blom WVA ü without that sumo stirring of the risible faculties which cue cxpeiiehcea Ir udnga parody or caricaiure, or witnessing a pantomime? The very fight of one is provocative , of mirth. How many times in my school days did l challenge the teacher's frown hy iuvoluntary giggles at the whimsical look of the imprisoned Jack! M ink's hxd, of the geniu.i aconituni, h is quaint, comical flowers, suggestive of an old lady's he id in a night cap. The well-known Flytrap, Dionoe muscipula strike- the mind with all the effect of a joke. Tha leaves of thi.plant are fringed with stitr bristles and fold together when certain hairs on their upper surface are touched, thus seizing insects that light on them. Seeing the leaf stand temptingly open ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 4 January 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4, 1885. 13 THE YEAR'S CONSOLATION. TOien January's cold !i here. And all the days are chill and drear; When air and earth are tbick with mow, Leaden abort eud white below; 1 ben let tit. ai we face the blast, Glva thanks for blesatnxt in the past. And lovingly rememter Dear days of sweet September. When February's alcet atd ball Cause xneu to blver and to quail: w ben on tbe Ice and tbroui the mow, Blipplrs od tumbUte. morula go; Then, n we srumble and complain, Let us, to eeotbe the pain Ol day to dull and totor, Ke member bright oc.ooer. When March la February'a heir. And tnow aod lusrj are everywhere; Ween fierce winds but le us at out, Putting our hope of spring to rat: Then ittni iwtttcu every day H'lU touihta of Messing pasaed away. And iLaakfally ieu.enber That go.deii, lair Noiembtr. Tfhen April, foster child of Maren, ßulltn Instead of ay and a -oh. And glvin frown la pUti ot amilea. On aiony frtb sorrow nllrs. Prolo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 5 January 1885

I ( V L 5 VOL. XXX1Y-NO. 5. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 5, 1885. WHOLE NO. 10,57 J I W1LKN INDICATIONS FOB MONDAY-rartly cloudy weather, local rains In Tennessee Valley, followed by Increasing cloudiness, local rains, warmer weather la Ohio Valley. If intoreatod in an Overcoat, just look at LOT 5,243 a Fancy - back, Gray Diagonal Casfiimere, marked to $12. Wo havo too many of this lot, ana name this price to clcso them, AT THE W HJ IM SNEEZE! SNEEZE! SNEEZE until your head seem ready to fly offiuntil your nose and ejea dlscnarge excessive quantities of thin. Irritating, watery fluid: nntll your bead actes, xccuth and Uiroat farched, and blood at ever heat. Tins is an Acute Catarrh, and is instantly relieved by a fii;.9inKie a ose. Ha perx ' manentlr cared bvfone A i bottle of ÖASFORD'S '. t k Tilt- 1 T frof Fad I . TAET.H. fonplcte Treatment with Inhaler, H.09. One bottle Radical Cure, one box Catarrhal SolTent and Sanforvl'a Inhaler, all in one pactisr?, of all druggists,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 5 January 1885

THE INT) IAH AP0LI8 DAILY BENT1REL MONDAY MORNING JANUARY 5 1885 5. OTltn 71 and 73 Writ Market Street. IWiiiten for the IndKaoarolii Sentinel. J MLTX WOODKUF. Tty J2r. Addle Deltch Frank. CIUFTEä It. It is covr 7 o'clock, the can is shining in all its glory, the grass ccd flowers are still net with der. What a lovely morniDg on which tobe rr.rried. 'BlefBed is the bride the tun ehines cn." Saiely thrice blessed i thn bride who wait es on a fine Jane morning like this to find everything so lovely. Everyone about the boate is astir and busy, for in crotber hour the rna9terof Woodraf Hall is to be rcarrled. The wedding is to be private. Mr. Woodraf and his bride will sail for Europe immediately, leaving Meta to take charge of the home, as she would not consent to accompany them. "But where is Meta, I have not seen her this morning?" asked Mr. Woodraf as he came bustling into the kitchen to give some last orders "She has not come down yet, tab.," answered Flo. "I will go for he rmypelf...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 5 January 1885

THE IITDIAnAI?OHD DAILY OERTIUEL MONDAY UOBNIKG JANUARY 5 1885 3 COUBT-HOUSE LOCALS. A Fall from a Scaffold Causes a $5,000 Damage. Salt. Jecnle Baughman Refused a Divorce Trouble in tbe Olenn Family. Satnidav was tbe last day of tbe Circuit Co art. Ji:de Ayrei goes to Headricts County to hold four weeks' term. In tb DennyBaeh road case the jury has fcund that th& roal was a necessity and astBsed damages at 51SO in laror of Bash. Fatcrday waa the last day of the jary term cf tie Criminal Court. A number of cacs were called, some bond3 were removed, arid otben were declared forfeited. John H. Zehner ha3 filed suit against Alta C. May to collect a note for 313 male last month. Demand, SI 50). .Affidavit in attachment wai also died with tbe complaint. Ayerdictfor 0.000.25 for the p1a:nti3 wm returned by the Federal Cart Jury fratnrday morning in the damage and replevin suit of Lei Scott fc Co. against Mar Lai Foster, Hood, Boabrigbt t Co., of Philadelphia, and others. The m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 5 January 1885

4 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAI MOBNIHG JANUARY 5 185 MONDAY, JAN U All Y 5. OFFICE: 71 and 73 Weit Market Street. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Indianapolis Sentinel for l? Dally, Bon. day and Weekly Xdltlons DAILY. ixiiTered by carrier, p:r wee Datlj, lncludlog Sunday, pr Dally, per innen, by null...., 25 SO 13 00 12 CO 12 CO Daily, per lanna, by nail, Inciudinj Sanday, by rax'i - Dally, delivered by carrier, per tcnsiMMMM Dally, delivered by carrier, pe raaacm. Inclndlnz Bunfiiy , II 00 8 Dally, to newidealers, pe copy. BÜSDAT. Binaay edition cl eighty-four colaxm.. Ban lay bes tisch by carrier To uewsacalcn, per cor7 ...I 2 00 2 60 WXXtLT. etxly, per tnanr 1 1 CO Tha posUsa oa utmerl-ptioin by mail la j repaid by the putliälicjf Newsdealers supplied at three ccrj per copy, l5t?8 or other ckarssa prepaid. antered u sccond-cliu tsatt3r at tie PostoSoe at Zillmapoll. kid. DEMOCRATIC EDITORIAL ASOCIl TI0 Fifth Annual Meeting. The fifth annual meetln? of the Democratic Editorial As...

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