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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 7 February 1885

5 IRON HIGHWAYS. ö T A. TEMENT of; The Mutual Lifo Insurance Company of Now York F. S. WINSTON, President. WROUGHT-IROPJ, AIR FURNACES. Jin Eminent rhjalcUn'a Article on Color Blindness Among Itallroad Men. For the Year Ending December 31st, 1881. ASSETS... ... .....MM ..... . ...... .... 103,8 f!,l ,8, 1 . THE INDIANAPOLIS D AIL f SENTINEL SATURDAY CORNING FEBRUARY 7. 1333. WARM 7?rcepcts of tbe Indiana and Illinois Southern The Uonon Presidency Otner Items Relative to Railroads and Employe. It appears that the Pan-Handle people look upon the electric headlight with favor. Several of their engines have already been f quipped wlih this light, Dave Ed wards, formerly connected with the Use LiDe, and well Known In Indisnapel s railroad circles, baa been appointed "Western agent of the C. and O., with headi;carten at Cincinnati. It is understood that the system of paying 0 J employes by checks, thus abolishing the 5)iy-car, will soon be introduced on the C, U. and V. This sut'm id in v...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 7 February 1885

T3IE IKMANArOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MOKKIXG PEEK U A II Y 7 1885 FIKÄ1ICIAL AMD COMMERCIAL. HONEY AND 8T0CK3. Maw Torte financial lTarktB. SFW TORK, Feb. C-Moncy-Lasy atl3lM P'f tut., cloned offered at 1. Fit tre Mercantile Taper 1.35 percent Government irmer with aa advance of j; per tr.t in quotations for coapa 4: other isue uncharged. Eute Securities Dull. The reaction la tbe slock market yesterday tternoon.as predlctei, proved only ephemeral. I rlces at the opening of the bear J this rooming were generally yn to S per cent, higher than they oted the day before, and during the forcnooa substantial advances were made In mcst of the 1M. Shortly afier rnilday the bcarj cadaavl;c rous attack oa th-s general market, at tbe sa n? "Du f.ooJIn? the street with lumors, inon? t tm tLat Lt-udon ves actively cned la sti.ia.: ""i'iu trr5i", tint New York Centnl hit withdrawn from the lallroal pool, and that the leng talked -of issue of additional Lake Shore bouis wai to take place at an ...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY" 7 1885. XTUY THE EDITOR 8TTOHE. VTiib a tetrlfic co:d la hii fcead Act hia eyelids heavy an 1 aor. Tüe editor sat tn nla broiea ciair, na Utterly, earnestly awire. A youih bad dropped la with poem. And was there with a dan, And a chap tad entered to tell him iiow the i aptr ought to be run. An trat nbicnber bad toll hin That fci heft wwn't JU io be r1. V. rule another ta1 carefully procii&td Te punch tha editor' hi ad. The foreman waa jcllins for copy. And tie wlcd whhtUd In a; the door. And tfci. with a few oth?r reiaons. Wat why tüe editor a wore. Cut tte aneel who tcok It to heaven Kecorccd thi verdict there. The jury find in the prtse nt casj 'Twas a justifiable awear." Anon. TUE ÜISTiKE. 4,It is so frightfully dull here," exclaimel Miliare CresicV, with her ' Diana bow" ct -a month stretched In a most pretentions yawn. "Is there nothing here but crcchet work, wild strawberries and tea parties?" Miriam was t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 7 February 1885

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 7, 1885 THE ilffi YORK STORE iCaTAJDXilCnSD 1BS8J A Card to ü Our Opening of Hamburg Em. broideries vrlil be of interest to every lady. Anticipating: tho great demand which is sure to bo this g eat od, wo placed our orders early, and iho goods sro now cn sale. Tho styles are all new, and wo think much superior to thoso of former reasons. Xiadlos will please notice that wo hava itjle3 in dlfForont width to xnatcb.and also to match All Over Ernbfoldsry. In this connection wo sfc that you take particular notice of our Etook cf ''King's TrimluiEi," all new thli season. These trimmings ire very hsndssma and durable and very much need for trimmiEK Whito ücode and Underclothing. Wo invite an inspeotion of cur Embroiderio "and "King's Trimxnirss," tho prico of whioh will to found marked ia plain figures on eaoh piece. Very Eeapsclfully, PETTIS, EASSETT & CO. JOS. A. MO ORB, CI X?. Market St., Indianapolis, Ind Interest ...

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

6 ft 4 M $ Siiirftiit t VOL. XXXIY-NO. 3i). INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8, 1885 TWELVE TAGES. WHOLE NO. 10,10 1. WIIEX INDICATIONS. FOR SUNDAY Light local mow or rain, with toldir aod r't7 cloody- weather; warlbls winds, ahlftln:; uotherly; higher barometer. Splendid bargains in Children's Knee Pants, extra and Children's Short Pant Suits, AT THEW HI Clothing Store; linab?, Iiailct & Davis PIAWOS Are the Acknowledged PAVOEITES OF THE WOULD. More or them, are being sold la this city than any other first-class xnmke. In All Or j at Th- Pfafin&Oo. 83 nd S4 lurtb PcMSTliasia St, Gocda Retailed at Leas Than Wholesale Prices. IiIST: rc for 1 can Sweet Corn. tc for 1 doz. cans Lima Reans. 70o for 1 dos. cans Knccoiash. e for 1 doz. cans Pea. !Cc for 1-galien can Apples, itc Irr 1 saRon can Pie Peaehe. jcc for 1 cii California Apricots. i5c for 3 cans Damson Plums, Gooseberries or Cherries. 2Dc for 3 cats Black be rT'.e, Strawberries or R.:pterries. 20 fcr...

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

THE IMUANAPOLIS DAILY SEKTIKEI SUNDAY MORNING EKIMIUARY 8 1885. nATnmojiAL-oaiTn-gARaET. An Elaborat Wedding at Cincinnati. Tha mmrrfeKc of lila Lena Mannet, ycacttt daughter of Mr. and Urs. Otto llanset, of Cincinnati, and Mr. Austin M. Snltb, cf Iodianipolis, wu celebrated on a gigantic icale in the former city at Eureka Hall ltst Wednesday evening. This event fcas caused no little itlr in society circles of both cities. Thebride is beautiful end accomplished and a great favorite at her home. Mr. Smith is the only ton cf the late William ßmlth. He is popular, has a large aequa'ntacce and is possessed cf many good and sterling qualities. The arrangements were of the moat elaborate description; each detail vm successfully carried out, making it In all regards an unqualified success. Thera were some 2S0 invited guests present, a iarire number of whoai were relatives of ch family. Besides the large number of CJtclnnatians in attendance, mtnr quests were pretent from Inlinapo'i, Chi ct...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8 1S85. 3 1 TTOXXAN'S 1TOKLD. It Sa Intended that thews columns shall record woman' work In all tfce varied fields of useraine. aettoplüloa rcrcctin? women, andvoiw the vttws and though la of women. It la hoped that Itej may In some measure encourage and strengthen wcrxa la every worthy ebrt,aid them la solv tn the problem of aeli n r port, protect then through knowledge o! forma of buslnesa and law lsspire thera to atUln to their rLrhtMl position, and tana through enlightened, elevated woman trsd ennoble the tone, tfce race the Nation. Womaa'i World" 1 wide. Aa wife, at mother, aa homo-maker, aa worker, a e-J orator, aa philanttro; lit, u conrade. as citlxen, and as a hnnaa;tetac woman la everywhere buiUln lor berselt and ttt generation, iron ad lections or tnli wond, nat report of Individual anl organised work, news Uema, thcusrbt. suggestion and lnquixie are iLTlied far tb?e eolsuin. A Ci -- all seen communications to Fosx...

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

1 THE IKDIAKArOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 8 1885-TWELVE TAGES. Sita Se W itine Is the largest and best newspaper published in Indiana, CONTAINING-104 COLUMNS. Fret fron Partisaa PsIJiIm ail Seetarlta Bias. On all subjects of public Interest it er presses its opinions according to its best Judgement, with a view only of promoting the BEST INTEREST OK SOCIETY. It contains the cream of tbe news from quarters down to 4 o'clock Sunday morning, excluding only that which is prurient or Immorally sensational. In few words, the B cud ay SaarnsxL is devoted to that class of news, literary and miscellany, proper aad necessary to make it what it is, THE PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE, specially adapted to the home. The Bcwdat ScfTisxia influence will be given in aid of the Elevation and Advancement of Woman to the true position which la hers by virtue of natural justice. Price, 52 per year; twenty cents per month, delivered by carrier; five cents per copy. TWELVE PAGES. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 8 February 1885

... THE INDIANAPOLIS DAI Li" SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING lvEBIttTARY 3- 1885 TWELVE PAGES. 5 OUIi SOCIAL LIFE. As Stcn in Miniature View of Indian npolis People Complete Record of Society Events, Together With the Coming ad Qolng of the Capital City Denizens. fTrv tuxteij column of tue Panda y Ptatlael la a CpccUI Ica'ure. and an e-ort U male with each Oditloa to furnUh anch a column aa will fee of interest to all the raiders of the Sentinel. We hope tie Xrfrada of the btaUacl will Uli farniiä u wltn Ssittcr !or thia department, aa assure thcra that U roch 1 lern i ja Uied II practicable. Ia preparing tjdety Item, please ne but one aide of the r,-r. A!l for tin colunn mst be i!me4 Cr U-e tititmr. not for publication, bat fox our Od protection.. TMiw. Conditt la in Chicago. "3! r. Jcr h Vlnreige ja very ill. Fr'sr.a lijan na gone to New York. 7 Henry Abrißt ia In Marshall, 111. H. II. Frlcdley la in Wlitnlcstoa. ". V. Goaren, of Chicago. la the citr. ,:x. Tapgart was in Chicago laat week...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 8 February 1885

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS 1AIL"Y SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING EEEHUARY 8 1885 Tan I..&RK. Y -WALTER JXRTiorn. I bjard the lark, that aoared on .juiver'.n:: wiar, . Pour iortn ita strain of melody above, Far oat of Ir&t. am yet I beard hlro a ng Hjoitltn, nie:t:ai02? o! thinkfalucfj an! .OVe. 1 TiVi hIm r:,c ton wntr on lovly erouni, rii. it f.ttiai fur tier j-ou:i oaes Llrth: it D.ta. wtoHC iio: ia .'.tvea aoore tia;l OIID'I, lu bumble, dc.i; net build lor oa earth. ?tL:1 7'SiriTXl iti flood of wn; !a iHh: ..u b- roc. oa treatlln? olulorn, hlh, tpI? "". mJier to my rhinz fight, iMo'. la boundless depth ot azure summer 1 1n'! -tened. e'en when far bsyoad My boucded vtlon bad be upward aoarM Till nature, touched by music's matfc wand, rirfd fnll of rap;uroaa honj and hcarenly (t t accord. HlI.Kit'ü IMELMOKNUH AID IH. Cm DE-NT. Gol repented that he made man, bat never that ho redeemed hixn. Peaccn Yvilcox, of Llverton, K. IM hai been made insane by religions excitement. '"'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 8 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1885. For the 801167 ßentineL ALUXK. BT iDT MAttJQRtE. The last g'cara fade, loe red saa sink Adown the wetnern sea. And cere upon the betca I alt A lese; iaj thoughts with thee. a Tbe breeze t! hi put. tie whlte-wlajsi blrli Fdr. nolselew, oat r,t sUht. And eagetly my noil n fortl To thee, thrcu.b g-atherlcg nl;ht Trail thy name alond; my lls'eain? ear Walts for thine enuring tone. And LÜ, tby well known roice to me Upon the breeze ii born a. II wbipcrlax to xae la accents low Andca:ls me on. I tarn, thinkln tar face I'll tee. Bat ah, the Tolce la gone. Ttou art not near; thou wilt not com3 To cheer my wilting heart: In Tain my eyes strain thronen the giosm, We aie apart apart. Oh, come 10ft wind oh. come night breeze, Erin; ne again that tone! Silence broods o'er the world and me; I am alone alone. WIT AJTD PLKA8AMTBT. Thtre fsiach a thing as true, warm love xiatit g between tran and wife, and plenty t it in the world, too. ...

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

1BE IMlIAKAIOLIS DAILY SEKTIKEL SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 8, 1885 TTVELYE PAGES. 1 i m m store I COTAD JLtIOXZ3D 1Ö53) 1 To the Oar Opening or Himburg Em. broideries xjlil ba of lntorost to oveiylady. Anticipating ttia groat demand whlca la euro to ba this ecsi od, X7Q plaoed our orders oirly, end Ino cooda cro now on salo. Tno ctylca aro ali now, and wo think much superior to thoso of former ec;cn3. Iadloi will pleaso notico that wo hava ttyloa In different pidth to matchtand also to match All Over Embroldsry. In this connection wo ask that you tako particular notico of our stook of 'King's Trimnilna 0," oll now this goaaon. Tho3o trimmings are very b&ndsomo and durable, and vary much tisod for trimming "White Goods and Undorclothinr. Wo invita &n impootion of cur Embrolderlo "and "King's rlmmlnßs," tho piico of whioh will bo found marked in plain figures on each piece. Very Ecspectfullv, PETTIS, BASSETT &, CO. XJ PHYSICIAN AND ACCOÜCITER, S7 Wcfit...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 8 February 1885

TWELVE PAGES. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8, 1885. PAGES 9 T( 12 TALHAÜE. Sabjrct fur Ills Sunday Sermon Dr. Talmage Chooses the Old Folk Visit. Iht Serenoa Fonndd on the Baottfal B to rj of Joseph' Deration to J ocob A Lesion Rich Sos. 'Of 1 Broozltj, Feb 1 Quit a revolution n the Brooklyn Tab? rnacle bu taten plac in conaequsace of the receat public rental of l-ewf, and the audience ire to-day for the first time in their new place?, the pew-hold-era admitted by cards. While in other ehnreh the finances hare been depressed by hard times, the pews in this chnrch have brought higher prices than ever before. Dr. Harrison A. Tucker pays this year $810 for' his pew, end others in proportion. Bat the free principal is combined with this rental, and seats are reserved for thousands of peo ple who par nothing. Dr. Talniagc- read an other long list of new member!, making 130 received at recent meetings of session. The snbject of the sermon was: "The old folks' visit," an...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 8 February 1885

10 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, 8ÜNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 8, 1835. I ixmir IT. TThen a pair of red lips are upturned to jour own, With no on to Ronip about it. Do yoa pray for to'Jurar.ce to 1ft thm alone? V 41, may be you do but I doubt it. Whn a ily little hand you're permitted to eite, With a velvety oftopss about it. Do you think you can drop it with cetera Well, may be you do-but I doubt it. When a tapring waitt is in reach of your arm. With a wonderful plumrne about it. Do you arjrue the point 'twizttbe good an 1 the harm? Well, may be yoa do but I dubt it. And If by these trick you should capture a heart. With a womanly iofias about it. Will you jraard it, and keep it, and act the good part? I Well, may be you will but I doubt it. Tbe Deal Friend Yon (nn Hat. Young meD, don't rely upon jour friends. Don't rely upon the name of year ancestors. Thousands have ppent the prime of life in the vain hope of thooe whom they call friends, and thousands hare starred because they had ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 8 February 1885

) THE INDIAHAP0L1S jJAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 8, 1886. 11 tue Tt:u:(;nAPii winr. Whn wind ar Mowing free and strong What is it mnrmur n th wirf-. Half-way Irtwrrn a ih and -n. Like wind-made maoic on a Ijre? la it an echo of the wail: "She'a gain fat, in Jarful ruin; Com to u Quickly; do not fail. If you would hear her peak againr" Or, 'Jamea is dead. lie died at nine; The funeral on Monday noon?" "John Mann ha failed; will drop a liner" Or, "Try and make a pay me ot soon?" Or this, perhaps: "Send on the tulle Concluded no to change the day; Th bridesmaids, Jenny and Mips Cool; The wedding, on the l-t of Maj? Huh! "Baby's dead! She died last niht" The wires are almost sobbing now. Or, Sunk at sea, the schooner lwight; tier craw went down, we know not how Yon do not hear it? Then belie re It may be wrought by memory's pJI As dreamers say the billows leate Their haunting sounds id, ocean-shell. 5Ira. M. F. Ames in Free Press. COCSIN TOS, Cincinnati Times-Star Mary I am a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 8 February 1885

12 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBYUAltY 8 1885 TOE IMKTINO HOCH. BY XDMTA&D POLLOCK. T5T u nietblng n the "parting hour" vviii chill the warciMtBeartet, kindred, comrades, lovers, friend. Are fated 11 to prt Eat tbu I've seen and nisny a pang nf4 I'reel ii on my nund That tbe one who goes Is happier Than thoe he leaves behind. No matter where the journey be, adventurous, dangerous, far ao the wild deep of bleak frontier. Tu solitude or war etill something carers the heart that dares in all of human klod. . And the j who to tre happier Thaa tbcee they leave behind. The bride go- to the bridegroom's home With doubting and with tiara, But doe not Hop br rainbow spread a croa ber cloudy fersf AlasI the toother who rcmaini, hat com lort can he find. Bnt tbi the gone Is happier ' lhan one ab leave behind. Hare yeu a friend-a comrade dear? An old and rained friend 7 . a iure Tuur term of weet concourse At length will hare an end I And when yon part -as par...

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

-V' vt X V YOL. XXXIY-NO. 10. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 9, 1885. WHOLE NO. 10,105. iKi W !Yi I TT1 11 III WHEN INDICATIONS. FOR MONDAY-Kale and snow; colder nnd generally cloudy weather; winds shiftlngto notfcerlj; fallitg, followed by rising barometer. Splendid bargains in Children's Knee Pants, extra and Children's Short Pant Suits, -AT THEm TVT JL -Sil iE 1 11 Clothing Store; SNEEZE ! SNEEZE ! BXEEZE nntll yonr head seems ready to fly offmntli your noso and tyea dlccnarjre excessive quantities of thin, irritating.watery fluid: until tout head actes. rcctith and throat parched, and blood at iprpf hoot This la n Acute Catarrh, and Is instantly relieved by a ft single aose. ua per A manently cured by'one DOlUe Ol Radical CürsfobCaTA REH. Complete Treatment with Inhaler, 11.00. One bottle Radical cure, one box Catarrhal 8olTent snd Saaford's Jnhaler. all in one package, of all dru, gists, for 11.00. Atk for Sanlord's Hadlcal Cure. "The only absolute specific we know of."...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 9 February 1885

TIIE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEI MONDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 9 1885 FROM TUB SUND A Y 8KXTIXKL. DISMAL PROSPECTS. lhe Situation or the ItrltUh Troop3 In the Soudan Ii Extreme! Perilous. Italy Seems Heady and Anxious to Asalat England in Her Present Misfortunes. SOUDAN AFFAIRS LOOK SERIOUS. Stewart Small lland on tn Nil Threat ened With Extermination. London, Feb. 7. Dispatches from Korti to-day indicate a serious state of affairs at the British position near Metemneh. Lord Wolseley telegraphs the war oSce that a courier had just arrired from Gubat, ad reportj that Colonel Bovowan, the onmsnder of that place, li seriously ill. and tne 31 afcdi'a force are preparing to attack trie British Cf rniK Tne Arabs nave several heary guns, which are berng gradually placed in a position to bear on tne British camp. Other field pieces are being made ready for tne game purpose. The natives report tbat the Mandl has SO 000 men scattered between Letter, Bhendjr and Meteaneh, and the force at the latter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 9 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUAltl' 9 1885. INDIANA LEOISLATCHE. Ornissiom and curtailmftus of this report for cant of tpo.ee in tYutt col urn as will appear in an appendix to Volume XXII bf Vu JJrevicr legulatiie Reports. IN SENATE. Fbidat, Feb C, ISSj 4 p. m. :0itfd See toi'om c( pae 133. TUS87ATC1 TKKAEUfiS. The FatebaTlnnnder consideration the Majority and minority reports pending at the adjocrLxent yesterday llr. ilcCV LLOUOH: I do not tpeafc became I deahe to fpeak to the Senate crbecanse I am fond of speaking, but I have realized there wai a duty devolving npon the Democratic majority, and all I have done Id committee and oat of it, asd all I am going to do or tay, I do to discharge my duty to the Slate and the peorJo of tLe State. It Las been said that the people are clamoring fcr an investigation of the State Treasury, end it would have an influence against us nclfis there n&s an investigation. I believe if members will deal with questions...

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

4 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILST SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 9 1885. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9. OrriCEi 71 and 73 VTeat Market Street. KITES OF SUKSCRUUOXs tedlanapoUa Bentlael for 1R84 Daily, Ban day and Weekly Edltloat. DA.LLT. ieUTered ty ctrxlST, per weet... 25 IhUj, icclnlisf Eandf y, per so Dally, per naa, ty ,,,, ,, ,,, ,,,, , ia 00 Dally, per tsan, ty call, Incicimg Bailday, by mail , . - - x , x 13 OC aUy, delivered by carrier, pox .,, ,. 12 00 DIly, delivered by carrier, pa annua, ln w.j, to newsdealars, per copy t IÜXD1T. a ifitu edition ef dgtxty-foar colamn t2 OC a may fkratlntl, by carrier ... 2 &C To nwilealgn, per copy g; WZKXLY. ec&ly, per tnncti....,. 1 CO Vhe pectus? on subscriptions by mill l prepaid r the publisher sw idealen supplied at three cents per copy, p-rtage cr other charges prepaid. Catered aa rooond-dan raattar si toe Po:o9ce at lalla&apolli.lna. Hickey, the man shot by Lee Linn in Wabash last Saturday, is dead. The British ...

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