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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILf SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING LEBRUAItY 2. 18S5. 5 WASHINGTON KEYISITED. An Indianapolis Girl Amidst Scenes Once Familiar I'fiang btrlklrg to To tins Eyes After Tears of Ahenc Picture aud Mona ncnti-WumeoBalTraclil In Con. vtntlon And Many Notes of Interit. Correspondence of the Sentinel. 1 "W-sarsoTox, D. C, Js.a. 0. The l&at lime I wis in AVajfcirjgtoa I was bat fire and B halt years old. and eo most that I see is new to rue. Come thingi, however, seem Jamillar, or as i! I had eeen them In a dream. rartlcalArly is this the casa with the statae3 and paintings In the Capitol, though there tare a great many new ones since As a child the large paintings on the walls of ihe Capitol impressed themselves upon 3iiy mind most forcibly, and although they e rot considered ni thre is a certain charm and glamour about th-m still. Of l!t tatoei in wha is row Marble IIa' I, which was the old Hall of It'oresnUtives, the most interesting to me are thj?s of Robert Ki lt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 2 February 1885

G THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 2 1885-' FraCULAüD COMMERCIAL HONEY AND SföCKS. I r Toit Mnnncial C3arket. sw YORK. Jan. CI. Money Easy at 1 psr - tt r t. Price Mercantile Faper-430 per cent. QoTtramenU- Quiet, tfailway Bond Steady. Elate Securities Fairly active: Alabama, class A .Jd at & Georgia gold 7 at 112, and North CiriratOL?os at 1 here was a weak tone to the itock market at ttecrtningof builnesi this morning, when tb e I ears raided the coal s!ocks on a report that the lenrjtjlvania Ratlroad Intended to reduce prices n antfuaclto col. Great pressure was bro :?tt to tear against Lackawanna, and the stock I'm ptl 4 per cent. Irom last night's closing x r ce to f 7 J. with lart?e aalen on thewaydon. I.lawareand Ilndfou made a still larger decl n telling ofT X lo tb, but the transaction! were mall. Jersty Central went oil 1); to2;i, and Kad'.Djt declined only only ' to 15!. eimulaneously an attack was made on SL Paul an 1 orce ol the Pacifi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 2 February 1885

TIIE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2 1885. 7 I Written for the Indianapolis 9mtinel.l 11E VX WO!)DUU V.J Sirs. Addle Dotteh Frank. CHAPTtU XXII. Twodajs after Arthur's, death there wu to be another funeral at Wood ruf Hill. Goi ra&t this may be the last for many years. His body wa alo to be taken to New York to be placed beeide his father and mother. Lm a bai Her revenge, bat greater far than hers ii the revenue of the Aluighty. Mr. Wood ruf and Met accoiapanied tne remains to the sUtioa, bat were compelled to return home, as their presence there wi needed. Eugene returned home with the funeral party. Wben he eaid good bje to Mr. "Woodraf, before leaving the Hall, the latter was touched bj the cad expression of his lace. Eugene aUo said gcod-bye to Met. Can yoa cot forget and forgive the past, JMeU?" he ed. 'I can forgive, bat not forget," she answered. "Think of what jou are saying, Meta. Hate yoa no o:d of hope for me?" "I hate nothing more to t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 2 February 1885

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL' MONDAY MORNING- FEBRUARY 2,1885 the m W STORE iEWXa.JLtJCIOIIX3X 1SS8J Wo Oiloi One Hundred Pieces COTurkey Red Tabling, AT 50 Cents a Yard. Theso goodB ara How Fattorcs this season &rd have always beon Bcld at 75 cents. PETTISMTT&CO JOS. A. MOORE, 64 S. Market 8t., Indianapolis, Ind Interest allowed on deposits, in suras of i't and upward. Money to Loan on Improved City and Farm Property in Indiana and Ohio. City, onuly and Town Bonds, and Purchased Money Note, bought and sold. No loans made except such as are secuiedby Cm mortgage on real estate, with a larse margin of security, or by collaterals having a market value. Foreign Exchange for tale on all parts of the world. OXJJEt Grand Annual ZZ3 Ladies' Muslin Underwear COMMENCES -DAT! Coni8 Earlyftr Plums SPECIAL NOTICE Wo aro es elusive Balling Agents in this city fop all goods made by Simon Sterns & Co., whoio Underwear is acknowledged by fill Ladioi to bo th...

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

X V vl 3- ofcr"v i v in it Iii VOL. XXXIV-NO. 31, INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 'S, 1885 WHOLE NO. 10,09!). ViJlEN INDICATIONS. FOR 11" CS PAT Warmer; fair weather iliU sooth to west nitdi. All broken lines of Heavy Underwear at the Clothing Storfi Are being offered at greatly reduced prices, to close them. Hallet & Davis PIANOS! .llaxe to 1)0 Heard ami Tried to ho Appreciated. Theo. Pfalin & Co. 82 aid 8 1 5&rui f frmsTlTacis St. Frcnpt Attention Given to Toning, Repairing end Moving. Knabe, Boeder & Son Pianos. Cttry (z CJark and .Mason & Hamlin Organs. August Erbrich, fcOLE AGENT FOR AÜEOEA JuAGBK BEER, 320 ard 223 ocstb :3!.rp RL S. FAEBBLL & CO.. eating. Private Dwellings and Public Bnildinsi JHttcd Up Complete. 84, IVortli Illluoln Htroot. BROWNING & SLOAN, DRUGGIKT, AND DKALEF.8 IN Fite Peräfön gsä Toilet Articles. Lutln'e, Colgate's, Luncltorg's and RIcioecxer'a Flee .Extracts, Genu...

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

THE IMiLAlCArOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, TUESDAY MOUSING FEBRUARY 3 .1833. PROCEEDINGS 18 COSGRESS. The Inttr-Stato Commerce mil Still a Bone of Contention Is the Senate. Hand all's Resolution to Facilitate Business A Flank Move-m-nt In Favor of a Bankrupt Law. FORTY-ElQlITn CONGRESS. Tha denate. Vasbi5gtox, P. C, Feb. 2. The Chilr laid bsfore the Senate the credentials of Spooner, of Wisconsin, and Vest, of Missonrl. After some discmslon of the Union Pacific bill, the Pre-emption and Timber Ca! tare bills, the Senate took: up the Inter state bilL Senator Ilarrison made a Ions speech in XiTor of the Senate Commission bill. Mr. Beck's amendment to strike oat the prorision in the Reagan bill relating to equal facilities and accommodation, was delected bj 33 to 22 in the Senate. Messrs. Beck, Plnmb, Van Wyck, McMillan and others joined in the discussion; finally the Senate went into executive session, and scon after adjournal. Tbn HuDie, Under the call of States several bills, etc., were intr...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY. 3 1885. 3 INDIANA LEGISLATURE. Omission and curtail meats of thil report for want cf fpacc in these colm.nu. will appear i an appendix to Volume XXII of lAe fci ccicr LegulalUc Reports, IN SENATE. Hoxvay, Feb 2. 18310 a. m. Lienten ant Governor M ANSON announced prayer by lie v. J. A Lo.d thaler, of the TabersedePr ibvterian Chnrcb, Indianapolis. The journal reading wea dispensed wilh. THE OOTKEXOE'S VETO. Mr. EUNi:ST offered a joint rcsolu'ion S. C propoilr an amendment to Section 14, Article .", of the Constitution b? adding tb 'Uowing proviso: TroTiled, however, that the Governor hall have powr to disappro e of any item or items of ny bill raakin no appropriation of money em bracing distinct item, and the part or parts of tbe UUappiovcd ebail be the law, audthoiteni or iiems of appropriation disapprove! sba!l be void nuien rep"n y both Uou.a provided herein Icr the repeisa?e of otter bills if t:vea, iiiatia submitting th...

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

t THE lls'DIANArOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 3 1885 TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3. OFFIOEi 71 and 73 Weat Market Street. BATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Itdlanapolls Sentinel for loE4 -Dally, Bun. day and Weekly Edltionz. SAHT. levered ty carrier, per waek. Daliy, lscluiinr esnliy, per wxt Da Ii f, prr maan, by wall ., Dally, per annua, ty call, LaclUlini Sun day, by mh 12 00 12 CO 11 00 s I3uy, delivered by carrier, per annua Daiiy, delivered ty carrier, p nam, is cludmj .Sunday d!'.j, to newsdealers, per copy .. ITKD4T. e-a Jay edition ef eighty -Icux oolnxmi fianday Ben tie el, by y .,,- , T aewidealcn, per copy ..32 C3 2 ec WXXXIT. w.rly, per annn2iM.MMMM....M.M..MM. 1 1 SO The postage on rubscrlptloas by call Is prepaid ey the patUshc tfewsiealen supplied at tares cents per copy, tvtu or other charges prepaid. XatcKd m sccond-cltta na;V3: at tat Pcrtoace at lallinapolia, kid. There seems to be more interest displayed in various portions of the State upon medical legislation '.than...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILST SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 3. 1885. WATSEKA. ,n Indian lsend 'ow I'dbltaaeil for the First Time. -An Authentic History of the Naming of an Illinois Town. A Senticcl representative left the city on Tuesday morning last to meet a busine-sa engagement at Milwaukee, Wis , ami, after Jjing dttained iftveral hoars by a snow drift xtar the town of Covington, this SUte, reached the Danville, III., Junction &t 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Ilere the Sentinel juin learned tbat a tram fcr Calc&ßO woald he hlonz sometime daritg the evening, frat aj a'.l trains -were teyeral hours 'Ja'e an Approximate time of arrival f.i iy could be given. The expected train iuUl iD, drawn by two engines, at (J o'clock ti,d was boArJed by the waiting p33enger3 ifh tb pro?pect of rachio Ch'cao sooia l:te during the niht. AfMr traveling sl ont forty iiulct the pf.-ec-rs wre notified vt at the train u:en Ltd rn-'in orders to taiidoalbe ro&d at Vat?eKa...

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

G THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 3 18S5 FiFlHCIiL AP G0M1ERGIAL. hone aüü srociis. tit it Y'trx rtvnuelk Stark. YOKX. Feb. 2. llloucy Eay at 11 i '!fT(n,.i!': Kaper -1 V, per rent, s-.f-.wrr m.ui I- Ina ; coupou 4i sold at 121J. x r.:T Eor: 'ion'TR.Iiy steady. Erie new rf . heavy k'jl depressed, breaking to 22, rcwcn: ni 2:-) p. n. o.ct dCQ.CCO ol these Lcais th-aircd hands. iute Securities Dul'. The Ricck luiriil war live and Rtronc dsr inc tbe earlier prt o: the aay, nd linger hvy buylt g fcr long end short icrtuü tbere at an a lTicre o 't to ' , ptr cent, li e most, prominent rR"i:r of tif.' uUtioi were LcifffDn, westerr. Union aad L'a'.oa I r.iSc, vfhi-a feared for a Urge tart cf t !ii tot 1 tale. Lackawanna advanced 24 to 'jo-;. Delaware and llnitr, 1'4 to 71, Union TnciEc, l. to IC'i. Western Union, r-i toV;. ?t rui i to 74, i,o:iuwcs:em to '',. Ijr.lnt'.on and Quiney toliS'LLike ir.4.ie to ('.'. ?.Ji?fo;il l'oJc J4 to 9S? and JKevr Y.ra O-ütral ? tof...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3 1833. Written for the Indianapolis 8nt:nel.1 META WOtJDltUF. Uf Mrs. Addle Deltch Frank. Vhea Karens returned home his father ttm greatly excitt'd at bis wretched fcppearance, bat he auured his father that nothing ras the matter with him except loss of sleep, the ezclterxeat attendirg the tragedy at AVocdruf Hall, and Arthur's death. "After I rest a f days I stall be all rgat," he taid, jet knowing in his own mind that days and weeks woald elapse ere j.e onca more felt and looked like his oM If. acd perhaps it might ba never. He iotnl and respected his father too mach to suae him any sorrow. "I wish you would consult a uby3icia, linken; I am'snre yoa need his advice." ".Nonsense, father, you must not be 80 !folih about ma. By the way, h ive you s-een Flossy e'ece I went away?" "I hare cot. I am afaaid there is ome ihing wrong, for they haye sent here several times fcr yoa, and I promised to hava you all as oon as you return...

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

8 TBE IKDIAKArOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 3, 1885j YORK STORE We Ofl'cr One Hundred Pieces CC-IIMCIX urkey Red Tabling AT 50 Gsnts a Yard. Tfceso goads era How Patterns this season aid have- tlwaya bsorx eld at 75 cocts. PETTIS.BASSETT&CQ JOS. A. MOORE, 64 Market Et., Indianapolis, Ind Interest allowed oa deposit?, in Bums of 3 " an 1 Money to Lmn cn Improved City and Farm Frcrertyin Indiana and Ohio. C.ty, o iDty and Town L'ond?, and Purchase! Mm.ey Nctts Lonht and sold. No loans rai'le except euch s? are secure H;y firft mortgage on reel estate, with a lar.:e irurj?in of security, or by collaterals navin a martt rv-reisn Exchange lor f-ale oa all parts of the wcrld. OUE Grand Annual 1 mmmm. Ladies' Muslin Underwear COMMENCES I Come Earlyjor Plums SPECIAL NOTICE Wo aro ex clusivo Belling Agents in this city fcr all goods made by 8imon Stoma & Co., whoio Undorwoar is acknowledged by all Ladies to bo tho best manufactured. Wo also sho ttiroa o...

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

v --- i lit i f r iii TOL. XXXIY-NO. 35. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1, 1885. WHOLE NO. 10,100. r l I I ill ill ill ill ill X I I " ill ill 1 i II i 1 1 mi 1 WHEN INDICATIONS. FOR WEDNESDAY Warmer fair weather rlth Booth to west .vlndi. Splendid bargaino in Children's Knee Pants, oxtra and Children's Short Pant Suits, AT THE WHEN Clothing Storo. Tho Only Bomedios for tho Skin and Blood Universally Commended Win. T. Totten. 672 North Tenth street, Philadelphia, reports that one of his customers stated to hin Incidentally that he was feeling bo well and had gained twenty-seven rounds In the last Tear, all of which he attributed to a systematic course of the Cuticura Resolvent, which has proved effectual when all other remedies failed. SOKES ON NECK. etas. Erady. tommervllle, Mass., who referf to Dr. J. J. Wood, drusrgist, of that city, certifies to a wonderful cure of running sores ou the neck which had been treated by hospital physicians witt out cure, and which yielded...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY -I 1333. PROCEEDINGS H fffllGRESS. The Itogan Hill Defeated ia the Sen ate and the Comurssion Farce Substituted. River Bud Harbor Bill HopburnV Suggestion Regarding Galveston and Its Harbor. fo i: r Y.Eiöirracox 9 ress, Tho öeuiite. Washington, Feb. 3. A. be&ctifal flora harp two feet high ornamented Jl. Riddleberger'a desfc, the gift o' admiring IrisV. friend?, it is presumed. The credentiaU o' Senator-elect E7arts, of New York, were presented, but not being of correct form were referred. The Senate resumed the consideration o. the Inter-8tate Commerce bill. The question was now en Beck's amendment which prohibited railroads from charging more for transporting goods over a part than the whole of their lines. Mr. Vance thought the eloquence of Senators waa in inverse ratio to their disposition to do anything effective. It had been said that 80 many people were interested in railroad stccks we ought not to ta?s a...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1 1885. 3 INDIANA LEGISLATURE. Cniftitmt aid eiirtaihifvli of this report for uant of rpncc in t fit!t cil mn.s will nppcir in on nj ixn'Ux to Volume XXJJ of the Brevier Ltc-ntatue Htjsrts IN e EN ATE. Ti rsiAv, Feb. 3, 1SS.3 10 a, m. Her. J preis Johnson, a Eanator from tha county of Tippecano, appeared in his seat, aftr beiLt; conüaed to his bouse by sickness for ,'ccr!ct:; week. convict la i ait. y.r. JOHNSON, of Tippecanoe, oiTered a cir.w rfsolnticn H. s" proposing an amend iiir.t to the Constitution ci the Etats of laty the icfctrtion cf Article 17, forbid !ir g the hiring oat of tbe labor of the convtte cf the penitentiaries and inmates o! !. reformatory institutions cf the Eta'.e, providing for th renlating theenploynt.t cf Said convicts and In mates, which w Be rtau the first tin:e acd referred to the Crrrn.ittsft on Labor and Libor Statistic?. Mr. VILLARI), stating that we have rsicly a working fmornra here, move...

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

TUE IKDJANATOLIS DAILY SENTINEL WEDESDAY MORNING! FEBRUARY- 4. 1885 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4. OrriCE: 71 and 73 West Market Street. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION I31aapolls Sentinel for 1881 Dall7, Sua day and Weekly Editions, WILT. isuvered by carrier, per we k 25 Daüy, trdallns Banday, par weck SO 13 00 XHUy, per aanuia, by mail. Dslly, per annnxa, by nail tacladini Sun day, by nail . . la cc u oo 11 00 t DUy, delivered by carrier, per -inr;yn DUy, delivered fc7 curler, ra annum, InC.UllEZ RrTn1y ., Pmt, to newsdealers, per rv7 0 5ty eimos cf eighty-four column. B?ndy ficntlnel, hy ..,53 03 2 50 X newiiealen, per copy. wxrn,Y. v pe7 annnn , 1 1 CO rae postage on tatscrlf tlona by cull If erepall the putllshe Newsdealers supplied at three ccnta per copy, Iiaia or other chine prepaid, tu'.artd u icoond-clati natter at ths Fos toace at Xi'Vaaapcll. lad. IIFI ' The President elect will go to New York to day. Mr. Cleveland has secured rooms at "The Arlington," m Washington. Oca night dispatches r...

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

THE INUIANAPOLIS D AIL ir SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MORNING 1 5 SENINEL SPECIALS. Symoar lladget of Ntwi, Special to the Sentinel. ßiYMOL r, led , Feb. 3 John Howard.who was brought to this city on Saturday from Ohio, on a requisition fiom Governor Gray, lor obtaining f .t.TO from Mr. Hamp Brüning on falae pretenses, was arraigned in the Circuit Court at Brownatown yesterday, when lie entered a plea of guilty and Judge ColJinj eentenced him to two years in ths State prison and a fine c! $1. Howard was married to a respectable young lady at Clociclati only a few days ago and he obtained this money .o defray his weddine expanses. !Th!s is the third addition to the penitentiary from this county this term of court The ladies of th9 W. C. T. U. and Heading 3tooin yacatea their splendid two-story buildjr ? yesterday and took new quarters on J-cuth Chestnut ttreet, to give way to the 3)aiiy and Veily Business Company, who have leased the premises for thre years Tvith the privilege of purchasing t...

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

6 'HIE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBLUAllY 1 1685 flMMABB COMERCIAl. AND OTOCKS. rr Torn Financial Market. s r w YORK, Feb. a. Money per cent . e: .-;ered at 1J ir cent. " rrtfcnMe taper-; 45 per cent -c . t rr.meu is : pad y. t y.curiii-Ftlrly active. If.o steck : .ark.t continues O Rive 2 tvideae.: i v.t-z.!'.h and f;i.l movement, in fact, ::t :ii titr c r'ecrtly has the ttcoral rnarkc.t cxhi'jitl V r f tret r'.h thu to day. I u.-e b ar have n it t n. c vvtiinj. b-it, on -.he c or trv. Pave boi : "i-e-sing their ilaa ai prices a lvance I, an-: j it ;h market this 'v.'-rvTs show-, ; wt ain lr th 'n j c i )v32 per cent, aa 1 not a ."--lnIa stock on P.:? '.ve liat cioie ! a io as yestordr lay. pric.i xh'.i mornlai; were J ' r i i y rrr.II. a fraction a'chor acd niM'ii.ly de i while an .vivauca for the mod .lcile share o-u tte list wßi.kci't up throughout the forenoon. It: the early afternoon tve market became d ill sr.d i ri 6 declined a fiction ."r most stocks, b...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MORNING. FE'dMUARY' 1 1335. ItViltten for me IndUcapolls Sentinel. HE FA WOJMIUF. Hy Slra. Addle Deltct frank. COXCLUilO-'. Our party etayelto tern, and ai a t-rrible now-slorra was raging Tritaoat, had bat lit wcete:t'of retarnicp totaa tbat niht. AIUrUawss over Eugene contrived to get n ar enocth to ITeta to ask her for a short 'nterriew-, tfrh she at first refused, but :u.alJy confuted t his gentle pleading, v.'he n the j arose from tbo table tbey went Erectly to th conservatory, where haled l.n to a tent under a larg n-.anclia tree, 'jircardcd by feras and other flmtai safe -?irat for Jovers. "Meta, jgtj surely knoT whit brought one to-day; if not, I will tell yoa. It 'a? to leara zuy f&ta from" 'That yon already know, es far ai I am resumed," interrupted Meta. Lijten to rce, Meta, There ha3 been a sreat wrong done us bcth. You know what T have reference to," eald Eugene. . "What do yon know about that wrong? SVto was so kind...

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

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL" "WEDNESDAY. MORNING FEBRUARY 4, 1885 1 TIE W Ml STORE ESTAXXrIC3XII2X 18S8J LINEN DEPARTMENT We Ofloxttoc Hundred Pieces CO-IINTCXX Turkey Red Tabling, AT 50 Gont3 a Yard. These goods ar Kow Pattens thxa 6C360Q a"d have alway been old at 75 costs. i'ETTIS ,B 4SSETT & CO JOS. A. MOORE, 64 I?, ilarict St., Indianapolis, Ind Interest tKowcd on deposit?. In sums of J) and cpard. Money to Loan on Improved City and Farm Property in Indiana und Ohio. Cuy, t'ounty and Town Bonds, and Purchased iloney Notes, bought and sold. No lofins ma1e except auch aare secured by Cirt Eorrgnse on rsi estate, with a Urge margin cf security, or ty collaterals navia? a market aine. Foreign Eichnuge for Rale on all parts of the wend. ous Grand. Annual a Ai Ladies' Undervnea COMMENCES -DAI! Come Earlyjor Plums SPECIAL NOTICE Wo aro ox elusive Sellins Agents in this city for all goods en a do by Simon Sterns Co., Tvhcio Undorwoar is acknowledged by all Ladiea to b...

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