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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 31 January 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING, JAXU1RY 31. 1385. INVESTIGATING WISH AUD, Ihe Special Aldermanlc and Council Committee Begins to Hear itldence In Support of the Cbargea Llaio Against Superintendent Wlanard, of the City Hospital Another Meeting To-Night. ILe members of the epecial committee ap rointed r.t the recent meetings of the Coun cil and Board of Aldermen to investigate tbe charges cf discrimination and partiality i referred against Superintendent "Wishard, t.f tie City Ecspltal. by Dr. Eastman and 1 he Central College of Physicians and Sar vfcni, met l&n evening in a room idjofnirg the clnce of the City Clerk in the Lajetne&t of the Court naase. The f mbersof this cciiimittce ere Aldermen J.or:&on, Ikrnhaiuiue-r and I'rltchar.l and cunciJmen Ha'.t. Newcomb a:M Snl'V-r. ' If j proceeded to orasiz- ti s o'clock bv ifctinj L!r. Ilan-h Present. wh.Ie the U-'t i n. ?si xiifrt.bir of the b?a"i vrai mi.l S-c-r'tiry. A Isrpp rnrr b?r cf the mrubv o' 1 me...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 31 January 1885

6 FINANCIAL AND (MUSR-M. HONE? AND STOCKS. 9t Tor rininetal Harket, NEW YORK, Jan. :Ä-Money-Eay at K31 per cecr.. closed offeror at 1 per cent. Prime Mercantile Faptr -1 per etat. Gerling Steady. Government Easier. Hallway Bond Qiiet and lower Bute Securities-Cisiet. The stock market, wita the exception o! a frac tional reactloa la earSy sale, wu strong and tigfcer. Daring the first hoar cf buslneas there wa an advance ofJitol per cent. The quota tions reached were the highest of the day, and in tome cases the highest of the wee thni far. Lack awanna sold up to OOji, Delaware and Hudson to 72, ier Jersey Central to 33, Lake Shore to 31K New York Central to SSli, Manhattan c -rsolidated t3 70$, Union Faciac to 60 and Weitem Union to CSV. Coal stocks were favorably affected by the an i cuccera en t that the azents of anthracite comra i ie would meet to-day and consider tne matter of ansdvanc in price of coal, while the notice of the withdrawal fjonthe casbcnid pool of the ibicaeoand G...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 31 January 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31 1885. (Written for the Indianapolis BratineLl I1ETA WO Ulf HUF. Ir Mrs. Addle Deltch Fraok. CHAITER XXI. Th morning of the second day alter the tragedy at V'oodrol Hail was eet lot the loneral of Lina Wooiruf. 8he had been dressed in a white shroud acd placed in her narrow beda handsome casket early in the morning. Mr. Woodrnf arose and went down to the parlor, where lay the body of his second lore the wife who had so cru elly deceived him, bet whom he Lad loied and trusted; the woman who bad sought to tale his life that she might be free to marry the man she loved. An be gazwi on the cold, still, white face and thought of bow beautiful she had been, r d how toon she must decay, bis heart melted toward ber, and be stooped and iiued the marble-like forehead of her whom he jet loved in spite of her wickedness and crime Who would mourn her untimely (Testa? Who would kneel and pray for her wandering spirit, that Ood might rec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 31 January 1885

8 THE IMilAIs'Al'OLlS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY 31, 1885. lilt M M STORE LIHEI DEPARTMENT Ohe Hundred Pieces Turkey Red Tabling i AT 50 Gents a Yard. These goods ara Ifew P&ttorss this seaeou ad have always baoti clC at 75 cents. PETTIS.B iSSETT & Gi JOS. A. MOORS, 64 E. Market St., Indianapolis, Ind Interest allowed on deroslts, in 6ums of f j aa l upward. Money to Loan on Improved City aud Furra Property in Indiana and OMa c.ty, county and Town Uondg, ami Purchased woiiey Note?, bought and sold. No loans made except auch as are secured by ßm nsortK&R on real estate, with a lars;e nurn cf KXurity, cr ty collaterals navin? a market Foreign Exchange for 6ale on all part of the wcrld. NEXT MOffM SUARY 2, OUH, Grand Annual Ladies' Muslin Underwi r. Wo promise ho handsomest and best ma do lot of goods over brought to tho city. Wo expect a quick sale at tho ex traordinary value thftt will bo of- U. AYffi I GO. tiSolo selling agents in ihis city for Simon Sterne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 1 February 1885

' cM r- i a iii iii 1 111 IIB ill III III VOL, XX XIV -NO. 32. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MOItNING, FHRItUAIiY 1, 1S85TWELATE PAGE: WHOLE NO. 10,05)7. WHEN INDICATIONS. FOR U OA IT Partly cloudy weather; local rains followed by colder, clear log .vater, AH broken lines of Heavy Underwear at the WHEN Clothing Storo Are being offered at great ly reduced prices, to close them. Hallot & Davis PIANO llaie to lie Heard and Tried to 1)6 Appreciated. Theo. Pfälin & Co. ZZ tzi 8f Jcrti FczrsrlTSDb St. Prompt Attention Given to Tuning, Impairing lud Moving. Knabe, Docker & Don Pianos. Ctory & ClQik ana Hidon & Ham itn Organs. Special Bargains -1:1- WATCHES, CHAINS, CHARTS, DIAHOilDS, SILVERWARE, CLGCKS AND FINE JEWEL11Y, wmn ran, JEWELERS, 12 East vaohinfjton street. Watch R-rpairtn; a Specialty. INDICATIONS, " wasniyerroa, Feb. 1, Wvx e&oeee and Ohio Valiev- Partly cloady v fitter; locs.1 raiu, etierally followed by t.d r. clearing itaer; winds aiftujg to north- cit; rising...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 1 February 1885

THE IMHANArOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING FKI5UUARY I 1S3Ü. GBBBBBIMkakMsBaBBBMaMMBsBakalBBiBBlaBkBaa WAOniNGTON LETTER. JL Es5et From the National Capital. tlorm Abont tit Kx-Confedarnt la CJon grtaa - General Clutlioara, Seaator BJavekbnrn avad Colunel Tom Ochlltr. Wamxutox, Jen. :.f. Coa tinning the aketchea of er-Con federates in pnhlic lifo, it may be remarked that there are over rift v mart in the House who served in the Confed eracy, cither . in its councils or upon the field. It is t remarkable fret that more than rift per cent, of the Representatives from the States composing the Confederacy art men who nerved in that cause, while less than twenty-fire per cent, of those from the other States are ex-Union soldiers. Be ginning again, with the list of States alpha betically arrtoed,' it is found that six of Al abama's members in the Hinte were in the Confederate army. Mr. Joae of the First District, entered the aerrice as a prirate sol dier, serving oar yeara in rations ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 1 February 1885

TITE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1 1885. 3 .Written for the In!!ar...:oUi Bent TX2S LJLNO KYOX THE Hl fc.t- BT MBJi. J. We often peak of the beaitlf cl wert w Iii its rolllns prairies in verlöre dreised. Of its Cowing rifert tai raouataias h'.gh, Wfce lofty sumralts c'.cave the sky But we eldom mention the land bsywi. Tie land bejwnd the river. X r-au It At dark and lurbilnt tMc. That rolling river to deep tu t wide. That Iocs bis stood like a wait c! might To alda from our vision the fceiverdy '.h That is seen in that UcX-ttat beaut Hb I land. Tee land beyond the river. f! there the Kvg of Glory rei,m-, la that eauti.'ulcity, on the heavenly plain, I 8 rat are p?arl. It itrc-ets are gold; TIs tbe New Jcrusalsra sir to rehold Tfc're In that land that beautiful land, Tte land beyond the river. There fire iparLling lakes and rry-tal tea. Ata&ros'al lruilaaadtoastiful trees; The rive r of Life flows sweetly by, T?t there the Inhabitants never die There in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 1 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY, 1 1885-TWELVE PAGES. 'S II a? 1 the largest and ben newspaper published in Indiana, X30NTAININÖ 104 COLUMNS. frte frtat Partltaa PaJItlri anl Sectarian Eli. On all mbiecta of public Interest It ex presses Its opinions according to Its bt Judgement, with a riew only of promoting the BEST INTEREST OF SOCIETY. It contains the cream of the news from quarters down to 4 o'clock Sunday morn rng, excluding only thatwhich Is prurientor immorally sensational. In few words, the 5rwiAT Bwm.icL is detoted to that class of xiews, literary and miscellany, proper aad necessary to make it what it is, THE PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE, specially adapted to the honie. The Scxdat Bzxnxti.' inüucncs will be ?iven in aid ef the deration and Advancement ef TTorann "to the true position which Is hers by virtne of natural justice. Price, f 2 per year; twenty cents per month, delitered by carrier; fire cents per copy. TWELVE PAGES. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY I. omCEi ?1 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 1 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING 1EBUUAUY 1. 1885--TWELVE PAGES. ; Fcr gocd rS4t Leef, jnley straki nd belt cofre, ßchaffner'a. ' AUUSBUENTS.' r go:b fcs Cedford and BloomCeld II ail tray Ctctloa Leaf era Uuat Go Other cf the DfciL tKl of a spotter Is becoming anything but licpy c3o. Ancry conductors have hipped iv tii cf Ccn liuiy. Lert seta's snow blockaded the Or an J Tronic so Cat tiers wu a rret accumnUtloa of cars on the cad in New Hampahlre and Vermont. The Central Vermont declined to receive any empty pars except refriserators eolna inrooclu Fast freight line are at their old tricks azatn. A. Cocple cf tiaya since one of thcta made a contract Joreartt shipment at an exceedingly low ocean yta. Ma jrnwel. roandaboat way ot t Ut ting the raj lrc ad laria and including It all in the Ur.'Ui rat?. Tb headquarters of the ßouthern Division of rs paMn.in Pa1 ace Car Company arc to be moved Iroml-oakTilla to Cincinnati, Tue Pullman Corn riQr baa chrbi dirlslona. The East...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 1 February 1885

TIHE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY &ENT1NEL. SUNDAY MORNING" FEBRUAJIY 1 1885 ms none It U cc: dcatred that men have & boat tn teat Jace where tv h one bu eatabliahed a beart& ad the iura of his posseerion aad tortane. wbecce be will not depart II nothing tails Mel way: wneace if be has derarfcd heseeui lo to a wi ndcrrr, and II he returae be crcaee no wander. Condition frm Civil Law. ' "Then atay atiioetc, try heart, -and reat, The bird ts tatest in tne neat; o er all tritt Butter t5eir wtrg i and f y. A hwi t fcovoriag la the cy." Longfellow, OCttTOCMQ FOLHS. SVbere Dolly wn Lor." MT, TELES HR vr-RY. r VL 7t t-ure wrs lota or boys up tterf , and J Hied ihem all; but then Tbe very nicest toy of all Wat only little Ben. The other toyi teaaed r in r any a tine. And bl-i faee was as elects aar ol their tor all als old torn hat. Mamma "used often to say that I .4nu May with the tors of our set. Bot Be:jny was bo each nicer than tns?, I often uied to forget And xn in t a time wnen he d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 1 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1 1885. WOMAVS WOULD. h ta intended thatthoe ro:nciaa ah all record roH ti wort In all theTarted fields of uiefalneaa, reflect otdnioa respecting women, aad foice the. ?la and thoughts of wocea. It is hoped that tÄey nsf intone measure encourage and itrengtn en wommjt in erery worthy e Sort, aid then In aoif ins o problem of self-support, protect ftheia tbroagh knowledge of forms of business and "law larplre them to attain to their rtzlitful position, end thua throngs enlightened, eierated wemaaj kood ennoble the home, the race, the Nation. Woman's World" la wide. As wL'e. as mother, CS toue-caier. aa worker. as educator, as pallan thro p tat. , comrade, an citizen, and as a human be 12. woman eyerywhere building for herself and fcr teneration. From an sections of this world, fens retorts of lndlrldual an organised work, tx Items, thought, anpgestlona and Inquiries are Infi ted far these colamas. all och oomnunicationi to Fto...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 1 February 1885

0 Sülüti 1C38J LIM DEPABTLIEUT One HtiMröd Pieces QO-ZZU'CZZ Türkef Red Tabling, At 50 Cents a Yard. These goods ar I7ew Patterns Ihii totion ard have tlwar? bsoa old st 75 cents. JOS. A. MOORE, 4 D. Market 8t.t Indianapolis, lud Interest all-swed on :poita, in -rams of S5 tad Upward. Money to Loan or ImproTcC City and Farm Property It Indian end Ohio. City, f'otraty and Town Bont, and Purchased Money Hoie&, bought and sold. No loans made 'except suet as are ec:red by "Sim mortgage on real estate, ith a larce xairin of security, or ty collateral having a market Taue. Foreign Exchange for sale on all pcrts of the "world. DR. J. E. LOCKRICOK, PHYSICIAN AND ACCOUCHER, 87 Weft Washington rtreet, OTer I 8. Aynte tnre, Indian apolis, Ind. Telephon, No. 834; oTL.ce, rooms 11 and 13: niht office, room 29. s CREAMOLA. Will make the darken rain wf:. imoom ana xair. wrinkles, mitt, Freckles, I it tlnps. Blackheads, fimplea reircved; Flesh Ir CTe&aed or K educed: Hair and Brows colored ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 1 February 1885

J1 iE tau arm a t tl ' TWELVE PAGES. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1, 1885. PAGES 9 TO 12 TAUIAGE. Standing on I Ijf lII)-fop of Life the Prnchr Drawn Pictures of Pat and Future. Into the Gallerj of Yonth and Young JianhHod II Peers and then Tnrna to the Other Side. One Lies Vailed In the Mellow Light ot Memory, the Other Bright In the Sunraya of Hope. Tell Me, O Thou bom M; Soal Loveth, TT here Thou Makfut My flockt lo Best at Noon From Noon to Krenlng. Brooklyx, Jan. 25 Dr Talma? tnls mora inj? preached in the Brooklyn Tiber nacle on tbe enbect: "Noontide of Life." At the opening of the service he read the names of a la rge number ot people recently connected wltn tbe cbnrcb. Passages of .scripture appropriate to tbe sublet pre en ted were expounded. The opening hymn "Blow ye tho trumpet! Blow The gladly solemn sound. Let all tbe &tiou know To earth's remotest bound Tbe j ear ot jubilee is come. Return, to ransomed sinners, horn." The text was from Solomon's ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 1 February 1885

10 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY' SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 1. 1885 soos win. out: HIE N.UW. White are the dii-. white a milk; Th stately corn i hung with silk; The ross are in blow. Love me, beloved, while you may. And beg the flying hour; to fUy, For lore shall end, and all dHight. The day i long, the day. is tngbt; But soon will come the snow! Up from the meadow-hedges tall Floats muiea! the lark's clear call; 8carletthe lilies grow. Lore me, I pray you, while you may. And beg the flying hours to stay. For lote shall end, and dear delight. The day ta long, the day is bright, But soon wi'l come the snowl An islet in a shoreless sea. This moment is for you and me, And bliss that loters know. Love me, beloved. Moon we die. Joys like the swallows quickly fly. And lote shall end, and all delight; The day is long, the day is bright. But soon will come the mow! Elizabeth Cummings, in The Current. Tbe Ylrtne f Uniform. In his Boston lecture tbe other night, G. A. Sala told of his experi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 1 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS jJAlhY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 1, 1885. 11 XTUAT IS A UIVIT Definitions Ethtle. Melentlfle an4 C'oinmonplaee. The puzzle editor of the London Truth recently oflered a prize for the best briel definition of a kiss. An immense num fcer of answers were received and many of them published. The following list, containing the bent of them, make inter esting reading: K language 11 con understand, la any age and anj land. A kU is ft declaration of Io by deed of mouth. My"df.nitkm commercial one, A till pretexted, and a atamp thereon. The rigtit of a mother, The toy of a flirt. Th hop of loTer, The true one's des?rt. Kiss are moth that stem from oat the night. Flutter awhile, and perish in the light. A Speer Of thint A speechless token 1H so wet They can't I spoken. A kiss is merely a contraction of the orbicularii rismut.'!. LoTe proof impression taken Wdh tefore And (liter letters. Oddly, too, the more The print repeated the' im press inn' stronger. And the true ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 1 February 1885

12 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY 8ENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBYUARY 1 1885 A DC Alt ftTORT. " aow new bear stcry." I saia to the Utile loin, Who, surely as the twilight falls. Btln to mh and ckm-x. "And did they lire in the forest, in a den all 3e?t and dark? S wtTe,b threw?" -'Yes. three," I raid; uiey uyea in the perk. Let's see! Old Jack, the ctIzxIt. Ara a oother betr. TTith thici brown ccat ww anwat white claws, was Uiare: And Betty, the little bear. I - "Ana silver Locki went itrolllcr One day In teat pretty wood, with Ninny, the navae. and all at once They came where the txarV honse stood. "And without so much aa knocking To see who was at home. Ehe cried out In a happy voice, Old Grizzly, hereliocer And Hereupon, old Grizzly gn to gaze about. Am the mother tar sniffed at the ban. Amx tha baby bear peeped oat, 'And they troaht the mut be a fairy, 1 hough Instead of a golden wand, 8ho carried a Ofe-cent paper tag Of ptanuta la her hand. M01d Grizzly his red mouth opened. As thoarh th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 2 February 1885

II lalle II I 4m. It 1 Ii I II I Mil Mil III III I ( I ri IM x IM II I II I Iii II 1 III t ii v 1 1 : Ii i in VOL. XXXIV-NO. 33. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2, 1885 WHOLE NO. 10,093. WHEN INDICATIONS. roil MONDAY Fair weather with rail ine barometer, followed In the west por tions by rising temperature, with north ret wlndi, shifting southwesterly In the blo Valley All broken lines of Heavy Underwear at the W H Clothing Storo Are being offered at great ly reduced prices, to close them. Pfö)fU That pure, sweet, SAfe and effective American fi Mill at ion of WitchTIazel, American Pine. Can ida Fir. Msrieold and Clover Blossom, called Ban ford's Radical Cure or CatArrb, with ou3 box Catarrhal Solvent anä one Sanford's Improved Inhaler, all in one package, mar now be had of U drngg&ta for II. Ask for Sanford's Radical Cure. Complete I.ocsl and Constitutional Treatment for every form of Catarrh, from a BIrap'e Cold or Influenza to loof Smell, Tate and Hearing, Couch. Bronch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 2 February 1885

THE IM;iAFArOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, MONDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 2 1885. tFROU TEE SUNDAY 8EXTIXEL. GENERAL TELEGRAMS. Terrific Explosion or Natural Gas Great Damage to Propertj, Loss of Life and Other Incidents. Adverse Report on tho Proposed Civil Sorvlco BIll-The Okla homa Boomers Slelßb Hiding Tragody. GIS EXPLOSION'. Natural Gas Causes Serious Lois of Life and Slack Damage to Property PrmutT.o, Pa., Jan. 31. Natural g&a la respon sible for another terrible explosion, which at thia boar reexsa to involve not only the wreck: of house. Lot a serious loss o! life and maiming, which will follow the Tlctiir a to the grave. Shortly before 12 o'clock, there wai an alarm on the Lis tell in the Municipal Hall tower, tat of inch an irregular character that even Chief Evans, who was in the rotunda at the time, waa at a loss to know where it come from. In & moment, word was transmitted by telephones at the Mayor's office and engine house! that an explosion of natural gas had oc curred at th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 2 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2 1885. ens; INDIANA LEGISLATURE. Ommiom and ccrLiihitiis cf this report for want of space ia Ihest columns rtiU appear in an cprxndU to Volume XXII of tU lircvicr Ltg 'alallic Reports IN 8 EN ATE. Tummy, Jan. 20. 1SS5-3 p. m. SEW ASYLUMS. Mr. ITa: e's lill 1 for the comple lien cf tiree new insane aylama with pendin; t uendment to complete bat one. wai under d Tensilon the question being oa a motion to recommit the bill to the Com mittee en ratlic Baildings. 3e pace 102 ot these Drevier Eeport Mr. MAG EE said: I don't know how Sen trs can ascertain anything new aboat this ;cestion b7 a recommitment of this hill. There is a printe report of tbe commlaaion trs for the construction of these new hospit als, in which is a speeiSc statement of the itecaa which are estimated expenditure?. This pamphlet h&3 been on the desk of every Senator since tbe opening of this ttfsion. The State has spent half a million of dollars upon thes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 2 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 2 1885. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2. OFFICE 71 and 73 ITett Market Street. KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. C4lanapolls BecUael for 1884 Dally, Ban. ay acd Weekly Xlltlon. CULT. lilTirel by carrier, per woer , , 1 25 Dally, laclailnf Sanday, pr week. Lll7, per annsn, by man SO 19 CO tally, ycr ar.cn, by sull Including Sun day, by man 13 00 12 00 II 00 I Cauy, daUverod by carrier, per annua Daily, delivered by carrier, pe annum, la Clalias 8an5y Uaily, to newsdealers, per copy-. aaday edition cl tlghty-four columns .13 CO oind&y Sentinel, by carrier.. 2 SO ty. Tt newticalen, per copy WIXXLY. eexly, per lnnum 1 1 oc The postage on ntxcxlpUonj by aull U prepaid ty the publisher newsdealers supplied at ihres ccati per copy. roAtaga or other charge prepaid. Catered ai second-class xaattar at the Poatoaoe at IndtenapoUa, kid. It looks aa 11 the Rev. lt. Heber Newton wants to be a martyr. Ot a Vincenues correspondent reports a very cold-blooded murd...

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