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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 9 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DALLST SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING' 1'EBItUARY 0-1885 THE WORLD'S FAIR. Tc?23 at tbe e?T Orleans Exposition. Vornan' Work HandPalntlng on China A Palntlof by a Boy The Exposition Financially. 2'w Ohliaks, Feb. C This great American enterprise has made rapid progress In lhe l&st two weefcs. The GoTernment building, where the Elates and foreign countries are exhibiting their products, is about fall; 210 space unoccupied and more wanted. The fWoinaa'a Department, whicn is under the management of Mrs. Jalia Ward Howe, is Ziot yet open, though it is rapidly approach 3ns completion. Art Hall will ba open on ihf lOtb, and when the Mexican building it completed, which will be in a few days. He whole grand display will bs in fall rtfs. TEXAS. To Ire anything like a fair description of Ir.e exhibit made here by the Line 8ti' 'axe would require rxore time and labjr 1 1 an I can give in one letter woman's work. II: s. Terrell and Mr. Fester are in charge f ibis beautifu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 9 February 1885

6 THE 1KJ)J NArOLlS DAILY SENTINEL 3I0NDAT MORNING FEBIUJA.RY 5) 1885 FIHAIICIALAIIDCOUOERCIAL. JIONEI AND STOCKS. Terk Financial Saxktt, FW YORK. Feb. 7.-Money Easy at 131S re ctnt , clewed oJeredat ). tn:re Mercantile Paper-435 per cent. fevernmenta Strong. Cute Securitiea Steady. The itocic market hai been unusually active all ! j, and the upward movement vrhich'bean with the opening toard tail morning ha been almoa continuous lor some of the most active itjcxs' waile everything on the active list la higher thltenlns tiaa it was twenty-lour bouri ago. News circulated cn the tt-e:t waa generally favorable, and thl no doubt had its influence in aiding the upward movement. A better feeling is reported in ttc coal trade and the action of Presidents of 1 rack Lima at their meeting yesterday was generally regarded favorably. To this was added utcrta of abnormally large cast bound tonnage Jiota Cbiiago the past week. The total sale of loci weie 326.1C3 ahare, an increase over yetor'ay o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 9 February 1885

TIIE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 0 1885. 7 KOCEEDISGS IS CONGRESS. 'Jbe (lift or General Grant's Swords, Medals and Bronzes Formallj Accepted bj Congress. pension Bills In tbe SenateCorrect' lnjf the Record An Angry i Debate. FOItTY.EIOnTM COMOBK39. The deoate. WxsrnsaTO. Feb. 7 The Chair laid before the Senate tbe new eel of credential of "William M Era is, Senator elect from New York. Read and Hied. Mr. Eherinan, from the Committee on Library, reported the joint reolation, which passed, accepting the offer made to the Government by William II. Vanderbilt and Jin, Grant, of the sword?, med&la, 'bronzes, paintings and other article) of value presented to General U. 8. Grant by the various Governments of the world as tokens of appreciation of his illustrious career as a soldier and statesman. The resolution expresses the thanks of Congress to Mr. Yander bilt and Mrs. Grant, and provides that the articles ihall be placed in charge of the Librarian ...

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

8 QBE IMJlAKArOLIS DAILY SENTINEL- MONDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 9, 1885. THE HEW M STORE A Card lo tie Our Opening or Hamburg Em. fcrclderici will ba of ictoroit to every lady. Anticipating tho great de curd which Is euro to this reaeoc, wo placed oar ordors early, end Ito goods are now cn sale. Tho tylea aro all now, and wo think much superior to theso of formor eaions. Ladlos will plcaso notice that wo hava at j loa in different width to match,acd also to match All Over Embroidery. In this connection wo aafc that ycu tako particular notico of cur stock of ''Kmg'a TrimruiDB" all now thio season. Theso trimmings aro very handsomo and durablo, and very muoh used for trimming White Ggo3b and Underclotbinr. Wo invite an inspection of our "Embroldcrio "and "King's Trimminas," tho prioo of which will bo found marked ia plain figures on each piece. Very EespectfullTt PETTIS, BASSETT & CO. JOS. A. MOORED, 84 E. Market St., Indianapolis, Ind Ipterest allowed on deposits, ia sums of S...

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

( 4 8 VOL. XXX1V-N0. IL INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY MOltNING, FEBRUARY 10, 1SS5. W II OL E NO. 10,10(i. l.l III I E 1 LI in " . IL.' III I l, III IIB IM III II II WHEN INDICATIONS. FOR TCFSDA Y-Lfßht loral taowi, followed by fair nad colder weather; nothwest wtoda; higher barometer. Splendid bargains in Children's Knee Pants, extra and Children's Short Pant Suits, AT THEITT "O" TjI "TP fV JC1L IX c lothing Store. Hallet & Davis Atq tho Acknowledged FAVORITES OP THE WOBLD. Mcro or tho ci &ro being said In this city than any other firat-ol&ss make. In All Styles at ThHuPfaffiin&Co. V. M Strife rfnnmWxni Si LUMBER For Sale. Ilry Lumber of 111 Kinds And of All Thicknesses. ALEXANDER PRUITT, Edinbsrg, Jotan Couctr, Ind. C. F. SCHMIDT, Brewer and Bottler cf LbG-IE beer. Socio End clakkEa St., J. S. FA.SKBLL&00.. Steam Heatnur. Private Dwellinta and Public Build- 1 I lux A med Up Cc epic to. I f-4L rw'or-f li XllitiotM Ntro-t. August Er...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 February 1885

2 THE 'INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEI TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 10 1885. proceedings u mms& Redemption of the Trade Dollar Farther Discussed-A Lengthy Discussion of the Senate Rale. Tho Eou30 Discuss tho Poatoflico Appropriation Bill in Committee of the Whole. FOKTY-ElOflTH CONGRK33. Wasuisgtox, Feb. 0. The Chair laid before the Senate the credentials of the reflection of Senator Voorbees. Th9 Chair appointed Mr. Slater on the Committee on Commerce and Mr. Butler on the Committee on Transportation Route to the Seaboard, both in place of Mr. Farley, excused. Mr. Fendleton presented a petition from a number of Ohio publishers and journalists praying for a reduction in postage rates on second-class mall matter. Referred. Mr. Van Wyck received unanimotn consent for the consideration of the House bill to prevent the unlawful enclosure of public lands, better fcnflwn as the "Fencing bill and amendments. The Kauite Cjmniittee concurred In. At 1 o'clock the bill weit over and the un...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 10 1885. 3 , INDIANA LEOISLA TÜKK Omissions and curtailment rj IV rrporl fir vant of $pace in, Ihtse columns u iil op;far in on apptHdix to Volume XXII of Cu Bremer J, g illative Lrj-orls IN SENATE. Mo'day, Feb. 'j, 1SS-W 10 a. ra. tllr. Fi:tih' bill 8 JfcC fir tbe con f trtction cf LVu ladders coming op in regtiff .t(.er It n ri jeud the srcmd time. Mr. WINTER riCTcd b atnke out the proit!on that each fih iball constitute a se pari t crTecte. Xt. OVEKSTKEETVln all prosecutions I last ever witrie'ted coder tbe fish law which j.:r.vicVa tbat the ofender thall pay a fine of ?.' fer each tsh caught, be can always coinTitn.!eith the projection by pleading rr.il to catching cue f.-.h, even though ha u ty Lsve c0ht a waOulcad. V.r. SELLERS: I dealre the law shall be iiictive.and if the an:endrnnt will make t K I have no objection. .vr. WISTEK: My idea ia offering the rr, fcdirfnt wastornaio the bill rmre effect. AYhtre the yerialty...

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

THE IKDIAKAPOLIS .DAILY SEKTINEL TUKSDAT MOUSING FEBRUARY 10 1885. TUESDAY, FEilRUARY 10 OVriVY.i 71 and 73 Wt Market Street. r.Airs of siiiw;i:iLriox. InitlaxapolU 9etibl lor lSSriDallj t Sunday aud Weekly Kd it loos. P.UI.Y. Innrere 1 by cr.rrler. ;cr wet 5 C5 Diilj. including Sunday, rcr treck CO Da! y, per annum, by call. 11 CO Pally, per annum, b uall, iLdadlnj Sunday, fcyrull 12 no Daily, detlvered by carrier. p?r annum 1 0) Dally, delivered ty carrier, per aaaura, Including Sunday 11 (0 Dilly, to newsdealers, per copy 3 SIWDA v. 8on Jay edition of eUhtv-four co'.ann"- J 2 CO Baniay entlad, by carrier 2 50 Tu news lo&kre, per cop z) ' v F.r.Äi.v. Weekly, per annun? 1 00 The potge on sutcrIptiom ty mall Is prepaid by the putltahcr. N'etvfcdf aler uppld at tbr-e cents p :r copy. Poitaxe or o'-her coarse pre pM. Entered an fccond cIsjs matter at t-e P03 oCica at Ii!i(f tmpoMs. Ind. Tuk tos f """ör begiL3 in tha Illinois Legh'a'nre to 3 ay. I'f..rNK is bariui; hia port...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL7 TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 10. 1885 LEGISLATIVE NOTES. Ejection of Stato Ubrarlaxi asd Other Ofllcers Yesterday. Fonlke's CItII Serrice Mil Lfk'Jj to Inaagurate a Heated Discussion. Mr. Patten's Apportionment Bill Makes a Number of Important Changes. Siesta are of the Governor Concerning tt Idortoa Monument The Kn'KCtStCWn Home Investigation. Mr. r.obinfon's bill for th protection of f f rsccs worklrp in ccal mines waayesterday -wn.Bded and ordered cgioid. Tbeo'll for reorganizing the S'ate Trewi.:et'a. cilice Las been referred to the. Judiiary ComnHtee with instructions to report tiQ arly day. Traiure r Cccper will enter upon his new irini c! ctlice to day, hut it is not expeclei thithewiU be able to make his new bond rf $700,000 before the hst of theweefe. In tr-e rutantlme be will be held under th old hend. It Is no cmv matter tn give a tor.d of $700. CCO, and the nece3jar7 time will be given in which to etc are bondsmen. The committee Investigating...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 February 1885

V v. 6 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 10 1885 FRfAHCIAL AND COEJÜERCIÄL. HONKY AND STÜCKS. 9w York Ploanrlat Bftrktt. KKW TOEK. Feb. 9.-Mcney-Ea?y at 1 per cit. Fr rre Mercantile Parr-4:a' rcr cent h ven mt-nta Dull but alrcng. tvw Stturiiie Neglected. The i!xt irarket (i-eaed ifror.jthli morning for m.t hares on tte active liar, bat soon ylelde 1 it irt rona eiUog Ly ihc tears, accompanied oy m 'nciatle tumors, aud the price continued ,, nn tendency to decline, till about 2 n f k, Len a cltciJtd jallr In Uckawacna tnrt.1 the tide, nd the upward movement wai wrli maintained till the close of t be Board. The ief alt cl the day' operations ia to leave pricea1 irr gulirly changed from Saturday's clotting Cgorc, with Union Pacific the most prominent au cd g those showing a gain. v estern Uu'.on and &tr,tattan Consolidated suZered but little from tie Linerel weakness In the uiiala of the day, while tbey maintained their strength la the last rif.nr cd...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING, FEliltUAIlY 10 1835. A WiTlTlRI) Willi). It i3 the business of tbe philosopher, a :te world kLcws, to find law and order iu i?in th iiiCit subnormal ptenomens, to eu;ctt at hast, an adequate explanation of tvery caiffOia. For what other pnrpcse dcei be exit than to tiro l?jtht on the surrounding darkness? Helsa torch-bearer to IiarLanily'a ignorance. If now and again, bjr reason cf a pesslrulat teoii crament or defect ia iraiLicg the rays he sheds arouid Dfent-ify rather than dlsji-l the gloom, ami rast shadows as of Egyptian night acr-"i nan's forvraid path, surtly he xmaconatraei his mi3sioa. Rat tie wisest head ia sometimes puzzled, and the shrewdest explorer tf the all-envi-rosing mystery ia loriittimes confounded. A problem presents itself which cs,nnot be recoired bv any of the familiar processes. The why cf some suddenly d aclcsed fact ia as inscrutable ai the Sphinx of the Eastern desert. It n thus witi Bernard Ralston, i- Tho...

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

8 THE 1KDIANAP0LIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING" FEBRUARY 10, 1885. TIE Dffl Ml STORE fC3TAHriIOIII2I 1834 A Cart lo the Lais. Our Opering or Hamburg Embroideries ba of interest to eveiy lady. Anticipating tho great dotnaed which Is euro to bd this leiioDjWo plaocd our orders o&rly, at d 1ho gcoda aro now on salo. The 5ties cro all eott, and wo thin much superior to thoso of formor i-ftRfors. Ladloi will ploiso notico tbt wo have ttyica in dlfloront t idth to raatch.and also to match All Over Embroidery. In thiB connscticn wo &sk that ycu tako particular rotico of our stock of Kinß'a Trim-njir-s," all new thn Eoasoa. Thoao tr:innjfEga are very handsome and curable, and very much used for trlxnmlns Whita Gcois and Underclothing. Wo ir.vit3 an inspection of cur 'EmbroidcriQ "and King's rimmJnßp." tho prico of whioh wiii fco found m&rkod ia plain figures on each picco. Very Etspectfully, PETTIS, BAS5ETT &, CO. JOS. A. MOORE, 61 T. Marke...

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

4 wpwtiÄiwI its? ESS? nf&Av&'W&'&Gf 5$ r Ul.fi. Ml VOL. XXXIY-NO. 12. INDIANAPOLIS, WKDXKSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 11, 1885. "WHOLE NO. 10,107. V NT WHEN INDICATIONS. TOR WEDNESIMY-Falr weather, with et to sooth, wlndi; slowly rising tempera tore; falling, preceded In extreme eist portions bj rising barometer. Splendid bargains in Children's Knee Pants, extra and Childrer.'o Short Pant Suits, . AT THE Clothing Store. LEPROSY OF TflK JEW8.f A TVIld, llnrntnc Itch, that Strike With a Thouand tlectrls Itching Needles. EnnoR Ai.toona, Pa.. Cam- I wish to say something in praUo of that valuable medicine, t.'uticura. which I saw advertised in your paper. 1 rave bad the old leprosy, ot which you read In the Bible, where the Jew first eot it among them, ul dM not know how to cure iL It has many ether Engl.sh came, I have bad it oj my body for over sixty years J"o doctor could tell me wLat it wan, idJ probably 1 rever would have icown had I not se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 11 February 1885

i 2 TUE IKDIANArOLIS DAILY SENTINEI WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 11 1885. PROCEEDINGS 13 CONGRESS. An Interesting Discussion In tha Sen&te on the Application of lis Hale to the Pension Ap. proprlatlon-j. Tho House Talk3 About Several Things, but Principally the Poatofllco Appropriation. FOKtT-EIGIITH CONGRESS. The Senate. WAsnrxcTOj. Feb. 10. Mr. Allison prisided over the Senate to-day. The chair laid before the Sanate a memorial, in the form of a joint resolution, from the Legislature ot Dakota, urging a division, of the territory and admission of Its southern portion as a Slate. The Senate pas3ed Sherman's joint resolution providirg for the striking of medals to commemorate the dedication of Washington's monument. Mr. Vcorhees called up his bill to inc rease the appropriation for the public building at Fort Wayne from 100.000 to $175,000, and making ?CO,000 the amount immediately available. Passed. The consideration of the bill to prevent unlawful occupancy of public lam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 11 February 1885

r THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MORNING, EEBRUAltl 11 1885- INDIANA LEGlHliATÜKE, OmUsioni and curtaih,enl cf this report ftr tiarU tf fpace in these coin tan teilt appear in an apptndU to Volume JCXll of tt Brev'ur Ltgulatiie Jlejtorts. IN SENATE. Tci.f day, Feb. 10, 18.S5 10 a. m. t ALLOT -OX rR07r'TI3JT. Hie Berate resumed consideration of the kill S. 4, to prevent the purchase and sale cf totes, pending at the adjournment yeterday. On mot! n by Mr. MAGEE, an amendment was adopted requiring the posting of printed couies of the act oa the morning o each election day at each voting place. Tne bill was ordered engrossed. THE OLOf: LINE. Onmet'on by Mr. THOMPSON', his Civil Jlights bill S. 4.1 was read the second time. He said this b;Jh was passed by Congress, but set aside by the ßapreme Coari cf the United States upon the ground that it was the dnty of the several States to pass it if tby chose; and it had already been passed by many of the States. Mr. SMITH, of Jay: I ...

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

V 1 TBE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 11 1885. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, OFFICE: 71 and 73 West Market Street. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. XnllitnpoII Sentinel for IHM.-; Dally, San day and Weekly Editions. P.ULV. Delivered by carrier, j-er wett....... 5 25 lily, including Sunday, per weolc 33 Diüf, per annum, by na!l. iq CO Dilly, per aaann, by call, iLcIadlnj Sun day, ty null .... Dally, delivered by carrier, per aanuia..... Dally, delivered by carrier, per annum, la Clrdlag Sunday... 32 00 12 00 11 (0 Daily, to newsdealers, pro?7 ............. 3 M'SOAV. Sunday ciitloa of ehrhty-four column'- 2 0) Sundiy Kcnticcl, by carrier 2 50 To newsdj&icrs, per copr - ;; WKKXI.Y. "Weekly, per annuc . 00 The postage on ubcriptians by nail la prepaid by the publisher. Newsdealers toppled at three cents pr copy. Postage cr other cl arses prrpaM. Entered a second c'.ass matter at tie Pos'oCics at Indianapolis. Ind. A terrible boiler explosion is reported this morning...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 11 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 11. 1885 0 1EGKLATITE XOTES. JTIia 15111 Kfduclcff Certain CorfcnerV Fees Fails to Pass. Jtl Iimiocratlc Caucus To-Mjrht oa the Metropolitan Tcllco Bill. JEleault of tho Committee's Worl on the New Apportlocmant cf tho State. Jibe Testimony Taken In the Knlghta town Homo Investigation Last liight Other Notes. Coroner Stratford wai ea interesteJ lis entr to the discussion on the Coroner's bill in lbs House je-terday. Senator iHvis telegraphed yesterday that lie s: ow boand at Elkhart and a'ked Uati.ebt? exsostd tilt to dA. H-j wasexSt: it r Campoeira section bill, providing -is.'iACcUisernerit for 1 f a forsfllinpor buy r ir tcf, fai discsaaed yesterday and Or '-r . esroeteJ. Th Hoa e has p33d the bill legalizing tte icccr?; oration of the Union loan and nvrg Apsociation, of this city, whicti ailed to file the necessary articles when Orpan'zeil. It is rumored that a number of Terre Harte denizens are here to lobby against the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 11 February 1885

6 THE IIS'DHNAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MOKNING PEMUAJIY il 1885 . FINANCIAL AHD COMMERCIAL HONEY AND STOCKS. iw York aTlnauelal narkes. NEW YORK. Feb. 10.-Money-Eay at 1 cut. Prime Mercantile Paper 43 per cent, -cvcrcmeuts Dull but strong far the 4' ind 4J per cent. con post. tat Securities Quiet. There wat tat little change ia the open'ns I rices cf the Stock Exchange this morning and in wme early dealings quotation in loce caies Tielded a small fraction; but after a few minutes tbere was a decided buoyancy and tbe upward movement continue 1 with sligbt interruptions until 2 o'clock. Daring this time tbe advance, racsicg J 4 to 2)4 p ;r cent, was established. Tbc street wa? unusually free of news orrumors of any kind baring Influence on values, but the leader' a (It rce withdrew a portion of their support and a iL derate reaction let in and continued uir.il the f '.(tDtnd resulted in materially reducing the amount cl previous gains, decline! in last hour irom blKfccr prices a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 11 February 1885

TIIE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY I! 1885. A HEART DKCCHUEH. Oa a dresr Df cumber dy. Jn Uj twitiiht'i deru:.i ry. inlakin thoughts I ran not utter. Taint l ntar a btrd-lile flutter. lxxkin, eeamuf.ied feat.Vry plp'n; tM:i. JVettin attbawln-lorfr-paas wlia csis.eii Win?. II. In Ule tho freeztn bird. 1 lana'd o weil wltaout a wrvd r.fc o;t win my cbee Cirewin, Tn. hPT latitude cxprtiC2. Then the li'Ue creature, eestnit rt, Settle feaiic!i!7 uj.on ray loaeiy breast. I L t-rr.'d 3.1 fel. she payjy in?, Tia th? room witn rnu;c rina. 1 riiU of fii.-vr fields, and ß ", v'r.last b!i.!ad fcappvfcoi ri J1-lcr tow tao noie. le-echo-.u by tay heart. V bile he rzournj ber turn rat r'i mate aud lost iovc' smart.' IV. j:i.:ce. I a: It forsret J-irl ar.d aorg; my chv.i are wet: .Tfrm I of a .1 ead all glla, Httm rn my Lreastln o'dea 1 o God, w Ion?, an 1 yet not lous? to, 1 jit z silent now. beneath the Decmbr mow. New York Tribune A GHOST STORY. (A tree cue of the days ...

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

8 UJE'lNDIANArOLIS DAILY SEKTINEL WEDNESDAY MORNING" FEBRUARY 11, 1885. sa m mi w store tXZHYJL 1JL.IB II 23X 1K684 A W lo the Lais. Our Opening or Hamburg Em broideries will bo of interest to tveiy lady. Anticipating ttio aro at denard which Is euro to ba thla eikoc, wo placed our ordora early, End ILo goods aro now cn sale. Tho ftjlea cro all new, and wo thintc much superior to thoso of former fearorer. Ladles will plo&sa notice tbat we hßva Etylo3 in different width tc match.and also to match All Cvcr Embroidary. In this connection wo asS: that you tako particular cotico of our stool: of "King's Trimtntr.i," all now thla season. These lrimmicgg re very handsome and durable, and very muoh used for trimming Whito Ocoaa anl Underclothing. Wo invito an inspection of cur "Embrclderic "and "King's 'rrimminas," tho prioo of which will bo found marked in plain Hgures on each piece. Very Be spectrally, PETTIS, BASSETT &, CO. JOS. A. MOORE, 64 :i. Markot St., Indian...

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