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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 14 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 11 1S85 RAILWAY NEWS. A Solemn and Secret Lleetlnar of tee Aeaociatlon of Western Passenger and Ticket AgentsOther Items of the Rail Trains are a?aln running on time oa all lead. TVork oa the new Depot will In all probability be commenced within thirty days. Work on the LVayetta, Partington and "Western will be resumed about the last ol this month. There h no truth in ihn ramor that G2r eral Manager Thomas, of the Uee Line, intends to rtaign. The business of the Iadianapolia Wrecking Xros Company Is increasing with wonderf al rapidity. Thia frog is licg introduced on B number of important Intern road3. A local railroad man is of the opioionthat Commisaianer Fink hw lost all control oyer the trunk line:, and thinks that he should pive way at once to some one more capable of filling the position Le r.o hold. At the present time it does eeera as tbona tha pwl vculd get along just as well without a Comn.ife:oaer It dosn't look as...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 14 February 1885

G THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 1! 1885 HONEY AND STOCKS. STttr York rmaJ-lAl tSvkt. NEW TORS. Feb. 13. Sfoney-I(31 percent.; i.red at 1,', per cent. Prime LJercantile p3per-4'3" per cent. Governments I oc lange 1. state Pccuritlei-D ill. 1! ere wa a farther decline la the s'o: mirtet lo-c"ay, al apparently there ha t-en lew Sort Oi the part of thoe recently promiaent la the npward movement to reist the downward t ..ours of prios. Tl e opening quoiationi were to 1 rer cent, lower than they closed yeter-da-, and In the early dealing? pricea were per. rnltted to decline further Irtti i t s.'m per cent. The market quickly d-.velored a vigorous attack" upon Western I'rdon, which sold down to C0;4 wainst Jt trenlnr. Si. Paul was eq Jally deprcs cd, -'"leg at '3' a-"i yso'iri Paciv at IV 4. a drop or per edit. r rnaiTKier of tee ie.l;d Iroui '1 he to 'j Ier cent. This wa loi-wt-d ty s. reaction whic'n carried prices active f-'or kg br fore r.ooj. at Uw above az...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 14 February 1885

TIIE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY Ii 1S35. EX"ERIKNCE. Aiea the dewy cool bi?away I her tripped maid who ayly tun?: A wineml crone, grown otd aud rray, Lofc4 oa aa aLthed, "I oace waj jouaj." Upon Uj maiden' lordly face NoifitJow Uy of jrrief or cre, Bntonly tender thought's laitt trace; Tne c.d cried, "I cnca wai Lilr." vaaa jnst at ctö the m'A returned A kver'i itept were uarcproved. N m hia feryent woom n-irne i. The oil croae croaktd. I oacj wai lored." -Ale'aM3CiU?j Waldroa. HULDA. A Tale of Yankee Lore, BY WILMA M WASHi CIi.V. There wm a corn-husking in Nemashet 7llli2e. Farmers' lads and lassc3, totore or more, with a sprinkling of jrueata from the Tour Cjrneri, were circles about the barn Voar. Tba lightest-footed, though perhaps not tie rrettlest of the girla, was Haida Uamp. Straight as a yard o! primp water at re3t, in motion she wm as graceful as a river "You are trying to sell me, Jonas," he said, Dansirjg to gire her partner time to olJtct his...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 14 February 1885

8 TUE IKDIAKATOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING- FEBRUARY 11, 1885. II BEW iD W STÖBE tC?TA2XrIOIH31 1C53.I A M lo tie Lais. Our Openinc or Hamburg Em. bro:dcrici wnl ba of ictorost to every lady. Anticipating tio ßroat doci&rd which Is suxo to ba thU eicD, wo placed our ordora eirly, üLd tho gccd3 oro now on sale. Tho itylca arc all cow, and wp thin much cuporior to thoso of former eotifocs. Xiadio3 will plo&sa notice tfcst wo havi ttjlea in dilTorcnt width to rnatch.and also to match All Cver Enbroldary. In ttla connection we ask that you tako partfcolar notice of our stock cf ''King's TrimminE," all now thl3 soasan. Theso trimmlrga are very bandsomo and durable, and very much used for j trimming Whito Gcois nnl Under- j clcthin?. Wo invito an inspocuion of our "Embrciderla "and "Klng'a TrlmxniEgp," tho prico cf whiah will be found marked in plain figures on each piece. Very Eespoctfully, PETTIS, BASSETT & CO. JOS. A. MOORE, 81 E. Harkot Bt.f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 15 February 1885

1 ?! 11 1 I J I k Z 111 I 4 "V 111' 11 III 1 TOL. XXXIY-XO. 10. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 15, 1885-TWELYE PAGES. WHOLE NO. 10,111. (MÜH i J il J rZft J 1YI1EN INDICATIONS. FOP. 8CNDATIncrratcs clondlne; light local ralna; east to south wind; be. romlos variable and slightly warmer, followed In the western portion by slight fall of ternpratare. The weather is just a little cool perhaps for Spring Weights, but we are showing the Spring Styles from the Custom Department of the i 5 3 "KT 1 , 4 3 GloihinQ Storo just the same as though it was seventy-five degrees warmer than it is. Uaüet & Davis5 SHWUO Aro tho Acirjowlodgod OF THE WOULD. Hero of thorn aro being sold ia this city than any other ü?st-clG23 make. In All Styles at Thw. Pfafflin & Go. i iA M l.nrtb Pwqnhani St. . HOUSEKEEPER'S LIST. 25c for 4 cans Apples. 2"c lor 1-gallon can Apple. ICe per pound for Kinsan's Dams. per lb. lor Kinsaa's Shoulder Meat. lt er lb. for Klnran's Ilreakf-t Bacoa. 7...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 15 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEI SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 15 1885. CT; SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15. OCTICEi 71 and 73 Y7at Market BtrU AnUSEUEXTS. "THK I5EG01B mD5T' AT inc GEAND. Commencing to-morrow evening and continuing: for three nighti at the Grand Opera E0U33, r tre to have the principal musical rent of the aeaaon. and one in which every lorer of music and art In Indianapolis Should take special pride. We refer to the three performance! of Mlllocker'a sparkling opera, "The Beggar Student." to be given by that well-xnowa and jUj popular organization, the llaennerchor Society, on the above date. Without a doubt the music of tbe opera will be meg better than evar before in this city, while the mounting, costuming and orchestration will be of a superior nature. The principle Dirts will be in the bands cX such well-known local lyric artists as Mrs. J. P. Freazsl, Mis3 Laura Hessling, Miss I. Adams, Miss Ida Printz, A. Heckler, J. P. Frenzel, Messrs. Mammen berg, Bannerscheit, Bartheis, Kxau...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 15 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY lo 1S85. 3 1 TTOIU-VS WOULD. It la Intended thaiOee column shall record wccu'i werk la 3 tte raritd fe'.da c! cef ol:e a, reflect cpinlsa rerpectic wonun, and voice the ritwi and thoushla of women. It la ho red that thj may la tome neararc encenrage and trenstaen women In every worthy ecrt,a!d them la tolvtug the problem of eelf support, protect thera three gl: knowledze cl forms of InisincF,. and lw I wplre them to attain to tieir rlzfctful position, sad thu thrown enlljnteued, elated womaa hood enacole tr.e tone, the rece, the Nation Womaa's World" 1 wide. As wife, ej mothsx, at toue-Liicer. aa worker, aa educator, aa philanthropist, as comiads. as citizen, and a a hursanlteInj. woman u everywhere tsundlr.g for herself and 6er sentra'.jon. rrorn an sections of tali wond, brlif Teprta of IndlTld-al asä organized wert, nwa item, tnontta. nef uona and Izqulrif are Invited Ur thise columns. AdJre.t all -ica ccmncnicailons to JFL...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 15 February 1885

4 flu May Senn Ii the largest and best newspaper published In Indiana, CONTAINING 104 COLUMNS. Free from Fartissa Piitlct aal Sccuriia Bias. Oa all anbjects of public interest it expresses its opinions accordlnz to its best Judgement, with a yiew only of promoting the BEST INTEREST OF SOCIETY. It contains the cream of the news from quarters down to 4 o'clock Sunday morning, excluding only that which is prurient or Immorally sensational. In few words, the ci?DT 8crri5Ki.i3 devoted to that class of Daws, literary and miscellany, proper and necessary to make it what it is, THE PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE, specially adapted to the horn. The Ecsdat Sestisxis influence will be giYen in aid of the Eleratlon and Advancement of Woman to the trite position which is hers by virtue of natural justice, Price, ?2 per year; twenty cents per month, delivered by carrier; five cent3 per copy. TWELVE PAGES. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15 OTFIcr. 71 find 73 TVet Market Street. IUTES OF MUlStCRIiriOX. Ir.atacttpolU Senti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 15 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAIL Y SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 15. 1885-TWELYE PAGES. Do Bample. Gn!e Chnrc, and Mn. 0ny. of Uorta Vernon; Meatra, Hermann. I'lafXin, Cha2ee, KllBjcr, Chue, Green ana others. Frtadi B. Purdle. Ei actio manager of the Georg J. Mlln Dramatic Company, is ia the rity, arranging for the appearance of tht late Itev. OrrveC. Miln at EnslUfc'a Opra ilonaecnthe and 24th o February. Mr. ililn will preent Teirnchlo" an Mi:acbith.,, Harry J. Mlllitan and Mls Carrie diuabter of 3lon. W. r FlaüPack, were named at ro-n yesterday at the residence o! the bride's father, on Jiorth Delaware treet. In the p?oc of" abont fifty people. Thaa'ewia trie thirtieth anniversary of Mr. Fiahhaca'a wedding. Mrs. Walter Teck and Mr. Frank Hesse entertained a few of their male frtenUs at the borne of the latte ca Virginia aveane, lat nlht, ia a Joanner very enjoyable to all rrewnL A good time wii had until about 11 o'clock, when a ta3ypulllnst began. The nistet left for tneir homes at 1 o'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 15 February 1885

6 TOE SILENT LIFE, nlcad tollTe the outward seemlne fa!r, Ar.1 tall of trai'es that on the urfac He, TT- other, tpent la many a allent prayer. With thought and feelings hidden from the eje. The weary, weary hour of mental pain, Crppoken ye min lor the dear ones gone, Tr wishes, half-defiant, yet crushed again, line up the ailent lilt we lead alone. Ard happy IIons we may nerer abow, l!d ail thia silent life wita sweet romance, T fade hie annst cloud we know. Yet life seexna brighter lor eaca atolen glance. Thl ailent life rot thcue we lie may share, Tho' day j day we itrive to draw them clce; Cur secret chamr.r- none may enter there CaTe that ne Kye that never seeks repose. And If b3f ath that Eye we do not Quatl, n o all the earth may turn from us aside, X 'a a teeret power that A prevail vi.ea every motire of our life ü trie-'. Anoaynous. I.NTELLIOILKÜH Ol DENT. AXO IJf. The Congregational cbarcb at Central Cit7, Col., bas been, converted into a stating rink. The church was a luxu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 15 February 1885

.THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY-MORNING, FEBRUARY 15 1885. . -4 vn nmniKo, oaxco. et txMA r.rrr. oii, nether, look! I've found a buttertly Hanging Upon a leaf. Do Uli me war abfrtwuDobntter. oh. do lim wlaz! 1 never, never, u buch pretty l.nia? Aliatrealed aaä itriped wi.a Llue aad brown ud told. "Where i cooae when all the days are coli f" Yfi, jea ne laid, in sc n-s J. -I'm hurried, child" "Li't nteht ny do'.ly quite f ro! her prayers. Au' wan ma ihouniyo' h1 go'ie down sUira, 'f tea dolly m afraid, an' ao I said : Mctt don't you mind, bat My 'e m in the bei, Brcaue I ihlnE that God is Ja; a near. Wbta doli are 'Iratd do you 'po He ran hear? "Ibe cotter noke from o it the ruSiai pileJ: I'm harried, child 'Ob, tome and see We Cower in the iky "Ire ten ban left: and won't yon brand-by, lr motber. take me in yoar armi and tell Me all arout tbe pony In tne eUT Then fe 1 roe of the babtea In the wood: .And theo, pernapa. about Ked Ridinz tlooV Too much to to. liusb, hash, you d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 15 February 1885

8 TBE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY lü, 1885--TWELVE TAGES. Ill EU IÖH STOBE (X25ZAX3XsIOIXX21 icaoi tbe Lafe Öur Öpsning ot Hamburg Ed- j trolderiei vUl bo of intcrCP ? i every lady. Anticipating tha great domazd which Is saro to bo this ceaaon.wo placed our order o&rly, and tho eooda aro now cn salo. Tho tjlea aro al) cow, and we think much tupanor to those of formor catena. Ladles will please notica that wo have it vies In different width to xnatch,and alio to match Ail Over Embroidery. In thla oonnocticn wo ask that you take particular notice of our stook of King's Trimmists," all now tht3 soason. Thoso trimmings are very handsome and durable, and veiy muoh used for trim mine White Goods and Underclothing Wo invito an inapoation of our Embrolderie "and "King's Trimminfls," tho prico of which will be found marked in plain figures on each piece. Very Respectfully, PETTIS, BASSETT & CO. tdtti A ",rnT A aa the tmootn ami fair. Wrinkles, ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 15 February 1885

Gzr v tT? - irrv WVCl r 11 W. TWliliYE PAGES. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 15, 1885. PAGES 9 TO 12 TAL1IAGK. As the Cloud Vailed the) San Before the Destruction of Jerusalem the Great, So the UprolUojr Vapors of Sleep :l clam and Blasphemy Darken Ourlatlan Religion. BffurUuf Infidelity to Overthrow the Pom Kingdom of Christian Kelleton The 1.1c ht of Clod Love. Brooklyn. N. Y Feb. 8. Before the sermon to-day Dr. Talmsge expounded chapter from the prophecies. The opening hymn wsa: From Greenland'! Icy mountains, r ram India'a coral trän da, Wtere Africa innnjr fountains Roll down tier solden sands. Dr. Talmage's subject was "The Dawnfall of Relislon,' and hia text was taken from Acts ll , 20: "The sun shall be tamed into darkness." Following ia the sermon in full: Solar eclipse is her prophesied to take place jast before the destruction of Jerusalem. Joaephus, the worldly historian, says that this prophecy was literally fulfilled and that the ikies were fall of str...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 15 February 1885

10 THE INDIANAPOLIS xJAILY 8EKTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 15,1885 nEsini: Tin: daks. Grandmother's knitting ha lost its charm; Unheeded jt he m her ample lap, V hjla the unt' crimion. oft od um, Touch the frill of her iuowj cap. Sh if gaxing on two beti the bars, Under the maple who little care For the growing duk, or the mutig stars. Or the hißt of frost in the autumn air. One in a slender plip f a jrtrl Ani one a man in the pnie of youth The maiden pure as the purest pear!. The lover strong in his steadfast truth. 'Sweet, my own, aa a roe of June," He sava full low o'er the golden head. It would sound to her like a der old tun. Could grandmother hear the soft words sail For it seem but a littl while ago Hince under the maple, beside the bars, She atooi a girl, while the unet' glow Melted away 'mid the evening stars. And little too dream how fond a prayer Goes up to God through His silver atara, From the agd woman gazing there. For the two who linger beide the bars. (Margaret Sa...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 15 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, 8DNDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 15. 1835 11 a i ef rnon Lire. I lot my loe a book on Ut; 8b brought it bk; I laid it by; Twaa little either h.l to y Sb was o tranj? ni I j hy. But yet w! loteJ iniiff.-rfot thin. Th proutiD bu 1, the bird to tuoe; Ao l Titu atrxxi tili nJ wr-athi his wrongs With rosy liok from Jud to June. For her what task to do or dare? What pnl tmpl? What harihip bear? But with her ah! she never knew My heart a.J what wm h4lo there! And sh with m ao ool'i and coy, helmed like a mai.l rft of irne; But in th crowd ail life and joy And Tull of Waabful impudence. Sh married! Well, woman needs A mate, her life and love to a ha re; And little carea sprang op like wed. An J played around her elbowed chair. And years rolled by, and I, content. Trimmed my own lamp, ana kept it bright, Till tough my hair besprent With rays and gleams of stiver light. nd then, it chanced. I took the- hook Which she jpermed in days gone by; And aa I rma such paasion a...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 15 February 1885

12 MORNING, a due am or Hons. The tua'i raya alant tbe path along, Tte air U balmy m In Jod; Tbe r..bla loci hl evening tone. And through tbe eky tbe new, fray moot Moves calmly on. untratnnieled, free. Bat something w hlapers unto me -ot jet:" The brook ting as It gently Cows, The frog croaks by tne water's rim; There In content, the lily Brows, And there the flshea. darting, swim; I hear and see the old brown mill. Bat. ah ! the e sad wor 1 haont me still "Not yet!" In clover meadows broad and fair. In drowiy mood tbe cowa await The farm-My s call nw tbe air. While with bis pall, beside ibe gate Which opens do an the grassy lane, My brother breathe these ords ol pain Sot yet!" Tbe a eepTed church, tbe scbcoibonsa Dear. The wood wbere 1 bate roamed at will, Tn qualut old farmhouse, to me der. My joutblal honie my mannood's tili I see thee as lu da? gone br. But something whippets (as 1 -igh) -Set yet!" 0 Hearts. In whom there Is no May I Who ye ua to i er iuy footfalls wacre Th pai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 16 February 1885

StMlttii k A If V A VOL. XXX1V-N0. 17. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 10, 18S5. WHOLE NO. 10,112 . ) ' wrWLr m . umtat i i INDICATIONS. rOB MON!)AT-Col!er and fair weather, preceded In the eastern portion by a lifcht now, northerly wind, and higher barometer The weather is just a little cool perhaps for Spring Weights, but we are showing the Spring Styles from the Custom Department of the W B 0 3 Clothing Storo Just the same as though it was seventy-five degrees warmer than it is. IB) (5) IUI Id irütmiru SANFQRD'S RADICAL CURE. The Great I!alamlc Distillation of Witch liael, Amitrican Pine, Canadian Kir, Marigold, Clover Dloom, Etc., For the immediate relief ami remanent cure ol evtry form of Catarrh, from a simple head cold or Influenza to the loss of f mell, taste ana hearing, couzh, brochilii end iaclpient consumption. Relief in five minutes in any and every case. Nothing like it. Grateful, fragrant, wholesome. Cure begins from first application, and is rapid, radical, rem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 16 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEI MONDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 10 18S5. FROM TUR SUND A Y SESTIUEL. SHE NATIONAL CAPITAL Tfaihlcgton Tapers Enthusiastic Over 3118 Voorhces (iernjau JIany Tleasant Feature?. Mean Treatment of Ex Sergoant-at-Arms Tüompaon-Tha Bwalra Court Llartial Not03. 3IISS YOORHEEV UEP.JIiX. A I'lraaant ami Charming AfT!r. Social to the Bentinel. W ajiiisgtox, Feb. 11. To-da j'i local pipr r ak of the gemin given at Senator Voorhees' residence, la.t clxht. -with enthusiastic praise. One of them 6ays : "One of the handsomest prirate fcermani cf the Ecaaon was that of Jliaj Voorhees, daughter ot the Senator from Indiana, la it eveairj?. Invitations for which had been Issued oyer two weck ago. Mrs. Voorhees and ths wife of her sou assisted the youn? hostess la receiving her guests, and a little before 10 o'clock the gcrm&n began , led by Lieutenant Ltrnly and Miss Voorfcce. The whole parlor iloor ot the houte was reserved for dancing. Mrs. Yoorhees and Mrs. Gener...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 16 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL 3IONDAT MORNING, FEBRUARY 10 1885. INDIANA LEGISLATÜK E. Onisrlon$ and cirlaifioents rj t$ report for teant of space in these eolitini will appear in an appendix to Volume XXII of Vie JJrevier Legulalht Reports. IS SENATE. Saturday, Feb. 11, 1SS5 10 a. rn. The 5sios was opened with rr7r b7 PkeT. TLoirea H. Lynch, whom the Lieutenant Governor introduced as a minister of mere than ? fty years eertice. !.:Vt 8TOCX CÖMTA5IES. Mr. BAILEY: A tpecfal committee to which was referred the Live Stock Compare Iccorpcration bill U. 11. "0, Jsee page 102 with instruction, reported the earae baclc with amendments. He said: This is the Live Stoct bill which the Senate referred to a select comtaittse to embrace therein the following reciion: "That each stockholder and member of such corporation shall be individually liable to creditors of the corporation to the amount of unpaid steck sobecribed by him, and for an additional amount eqsal to the stock subscribed by him....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 16 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 10 1885. cm MONDAY, FEBRUARY Hi. OrriOKi 71 nd 73 Vtmmt Blanket 8 tree L. RATES OF SUBSCBIPIIOS. Indianapolis Sentinel for 1885 Dally, San. day and Week! Editions. PAII.Y. Ieliyered by carrier, per week $ 5 l'ailj, including Snndaj, per week .... Dally-, per annum, by mail Daily, per annaia, by nail, includln? Sna Daily, delivered by carrier, per annum..... Jjally, delivered by carrier, per aanoni. In clcdlng Sunday.... ... CO ... 10 CO 12 00 12 00 II CO 3 lullj, to newsdealer?, per cop 7 tUXDAY. Sunday edition of elghtr-four columna Sunday Sentinel, by carrier.... Tu newsdealers, per copy WEEKLY. Ve ekly, per annum .S 2 O . 2 50 i,' Va .5 1 00 The postage on subscriptions by mail is prepaid ty the publisher. Newidealers supplied at three cents p:r copy. 1'cstaze or other cbarj-es prepaid. Entered as second-class matter at the Postofhce at Indianapolis, Ind. Old probabilities seems to back up the opinion of tb emnndhog The Illi...

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