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

THE3INDIANAE0LIS DAILY DEHTINEL MONDAY MORNING JANUARY 5 1885 SEXnNEL SrECULS. , A Budget of News from 8eymoar. PpCClJJ to Ue Sentinel. Bxxjcoce, Ind.. Jan. 4. Taylor Stearne, igsd tfrcnty-fiva yean, and residing six miles southeast of here, waa thrown backward by the rearing of his hone to the frozen ground hile returning home Thursday afternoon, j Ha receiTed a seTere cut on the heai and houlder and ii severely injared internally. Ilia condition is critical. Birney Mcnroe, aged twenty-fire years, found dead in his bed at the late residence of bis mother, Mrs. Adaline Man roe, yesterday afternoon, unaided and alcne at the time, lie had been the victim of cbronicdisease for a long time. Casper Schäfer has housed o er 400 tons of beautiful eeyen-inch ice during the pres ent cold spell. The ßeymour Manufacturing Company n'e to overrun with orders for their goods that they are running their works day and night. V. N. Barnetr, agent of the J., M. and I. Head at Itocfcford, two miles nor...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 5 January 1885

6 THE HTDIAIIAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MOBNING JANUAlt Y 5 I8c5 MA1IHAL AND COMMERCIAL. HONEY AND STOCKS. BTnr York rinanclal EI ark at, NEW YORK, Jin. S. Money Eaey at jcr cent.: 1 per cent, at the cloe offered. Prime Mercantile Paper 4S3G per cent. Governments 'Weaker. Hallway Bond Irregular. Mate Securities Firm and mere active. Tte share market in the first hoar ol bminess was irregnlar, bat In the main strong. Missouri Pacific, Union Pacific and Lackawanna were es pecially strong. Near 1 p. ta. there was a falling off In the volume ol business, and prices reacted ); to 1 per cent. Late in the day there as a de cided pressure to icll coal stocks, Pacific Mall and 8t. Paul, under which proceis the market dropped to T,i pr cent. Near the close Pacific Mail ral lied to 65, but the market as a rule left otf -ea. fct-tculauou was adversely tweeted la the ti er roon on reports of lower passenger rate at Chi cago and oa the falling oil of east bound ship rntnt. The coal Ehares were ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 5 January 1885

THE IHDIAHAPOLIB DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY 1IOENIH Q JANUARY I 1885 tr&OJf THE 8UXDAT BENTIHEL. GENERAL NEWS. What Professor Grf crory Thinks of Cleveland's Civil Ser vice Letter. Randall Itecelres an ÜTatlon at PoInU on the Chattanooga Road, and Also at Chattanooga. Bavoral Places In the United States Shaken by an Earthquake) Friday Night. CLEVELÜCD'3 LKTIEH. It Meets With tlie Approval of Professor Gregory, of the Civil Service Couinila Slon. Washington. Jan. 3. The recent criticisms by some Republican members ol Congress upon Gov ernor Cleveland'a civil lervlco letter were made the topic of an Associated Press Interview with Profetsor J. M. Gregory, of the Civil Service Com mk-slon, to-day. In response to the first Inquiry be said: "Yes, I have read carefully Governor Cleveland's letter to Gcor-e TVlllIan Curtis, and It seems to me the honest expression of a sincere and settled conviction, with no hidden meaning, and no contemplated aiierthougnL The paragraphs re latins to these ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 5 January 1885

:eio,y schwinge, THC IXDIAET APOLIO DAILY DEHTIHEL MONDAY IIOItniNG JANTJAK! 5 15 TIE DEW YORK STORE CLOAK DEPARTMENT TO TIIK LADIES: Wo dcsiro to mako known to you tho fact of our h&Ying marked doxa our oatiro stock of Cloaks, We have made Tory low pricos la order to close tho season and not carry over a garment. Our stock is not large but very well assorted in flew markei. Circulars, and the now short Dolmans, and at prices which will suit tho wants of all. "ar Kisses' Cloaks aro also marked down. L&dieswho aro about par caasing an outside wrap will find It to be to their interest to oxamino oar itook at the markka-down prices. Prices in Plain Figures. fiSSETT & CO, JOS. A. MOOtlE, 4 ZT. II art et Et, Indianapolis in I Interest allowed on 3e port ta , ia tamtof S3 and accey to Lun n IntJioTOd City tri rami fro per tr la Indlac and Ohio. City, Oeanty anO Town Bond, nd Pnrobase Mcney Notes, bcnsM and told. No lotn made except itca u am secured by 9 rt acreage oa teal rtx...

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

VOL. XXX1Y-N0. 6. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY MOENING, JANUARY 6, 1885. WHOLE NO. 10,572 Y V WHEN INDICATIONS. TOB TUESDAY Cloudy, rainy weather, followed in Tennessee Valley by fair "weather. If interested in an Overcoat, i just look at LOT 5,243-a Fancy -back, Gray Diagonal Caasimere, markea to 12. Vo have too many of this lot, ana name this price to clcso them, AT THE N LI A.HD- ARE CHEAP! But our .roputation for honorablo dealings, and carrying out what wo advortlse, is folly established; tho proof of which may bo escn by tho number cf piAiios Miß onus w Fi TSE wo aro now celling for tho Holidays. Oar assortment corsets of thooldoat aid best known instrument! in tho m&rkst, &nd in every 0020 HTJ5T ' PBOVE AO BEP3SGENTED or thoy may to returned at our esponso. Our Special Offers to within the roach of alt. Theo. PfafiÜB ä Go. S2 and S I lortb PfimsYlTania St. MASKS, DOMINOS, BEARDS, mi MUSTACHES , cid and Silver Frisges. Laces, Stars and Spaugles, Caret Cork and tlown Pwdsr. CH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 6 January 1885

IM"-'- XrN THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MOHNING JANUARY 6 1885 CONGRESS AT WORK. Tlio Inter-State Commerce Bill Discussed In tlio Sen ate, Etc. 3Iilcan Tension Bill, as Amende! bj tho Senate, Deflated on Motion to Suspend the Rales. Tho Now Bankruptcy Bill Dofoatod Under tho Samo Circum etancos. toe roiiTr.EiariTn congbe3?. The Senate Wasdisgtox, Jan. 5. The Chair laid be fore the Senate the credentials of Hon. Justin 8. Morrill, the re ejected Senator from Ver mont. Also the report of the Secretary of "War relating to the Tortage Lake and Late Superior Ship Canal, showing the interest of the State of Michigan therein. Among the petitions presented was one by Hi. Sherman, from the Society of Friends, praying that provision be made in the pend ing Spanish treaty for tettlement by arbitra tion of any differences tbat may arise be tween Spain acd the United States. In ferred. Bills Introduced and referred: By Mr. Beck: To create a Revenue Com mission. (It provides for the fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 6 January 1885

THE 1HDIAI7APOLI8 DAILY 8ERTIHEL TUESDAY IIOBNING JANTJABY 6 1885 3 IRON HIGHWAYS. Record of Collisioc, Derailments and Otter Train Accidents for "0Teniber. TJreeeed Decf Becoming an Important Item of Frelght-Tracte Laying cn New' Railroads in 1G84 Ottae? Items of Inter est to the Hallway World. The statements of the earnings, expenses and profits of the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern and the Michican Central liiil roads made last week at the usual time for UeclariDg dividend, 6how hon bad a year these roada have been through, and, in the caieof the Lake Shore, how exceptionally unfavorable the la3t quarter of the year hai teen. It is expected that General Manager Tal rnage and other hteh officials of the VV&baih will mate a trip over the I , P. and C. some time this month, with a view to discovering where repairs and impro7ement3 are most needed. The inspecting "party will find plenty of work on their hands, no doaht, although the road is in much better conii ticn than ever b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 6 January 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY JIÖBNIHG JANUARY 6 1865 TUESDAY, JANUARY C. OFFICE: "1 and 73 West Market Street. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. tadtopolls 3 n Unci for 18K4 Dall, Baa day acd Weekly Kdltlons. DAIT.T. Diivered by carrier, per week I 25 Dally, Including Ennday, par wed. 30 13 00 Dally, per annua, toy mil. rally, per anpnra, by nail, inclining Sun day, by toad M . D&Uy, delivered by carrier, per asann Dally, delivered by carrier, pe raaaara, in- eluding Sunday Daily, to newsdealer, per copy - - 12 00 12 00 It 00 8 IÜ5BAT, Panda y edition of eighty-four oolunaa-..l 2 00 Unnday Sentinel, by carrier - 2 60 Ta ncwidcalen, per copy 8 WXXXLT. efcfcly, per annua. .1 1 CO Tie postge on mtscrlpUonj by nail la prepaid by the publlsae fiewsdealers supplied at three ccata per ccpy, Postage or other charges prepaid. entered at second-class raattsr at the PoetoSoe at Indianapolis, kid. DEMOCRATIC EDITORIAL ASSOCIA TION. Fifth Annual Meeting:. The fifth annual meeting of the Demo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 6 January 1885

THE1IHDIAI7AEOLIS DAILY ßEKTINEL TUESDAY MOKKIUG JANUARY Gls:8 ZKDIANA STATISTICS. CLkr reelle SnlirulU HI Sixth Annual Report Goootbingr of the Worlr of tbe Bureau Agricultural, Economic,-Manu-lecturing, Educational and Other Statistics. Thpiixth annual report of the State I 1 7eau cf Etatistlcs for 1S31, which, when in print, vill make a good sizd volam of con oMerably abore 500 pages, will ahorily make ill appearance. In his letter to the Gjt ernor, William A Peelle, Jr., the Chief of the Bareau, siya: Although acting under inany embarrassment not the leat of fvhich were the defect! venesj of the law and ihe want of fands azailable, arising fron Jbe fact that the appropriation bill In 1H did not become a law tho departraant hasj Oparcd neither time nor Hb-.ir in in endeavor Id present es creJitith;? an i comyle'e re port as in furnier year:" hM in conclusion 2)e rrat most urgeotly th request already made in tun report for 1SS of to amending 2he !aw creating the Bnrraa t.( SUtisti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 6 January 1885

G THE inDIAHAPOLlB DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING JANUARY 6 1S85 FINANCIAL A11D COMMERCIAL. MONEY AND STOCKS. Tork nnanol&l Bmrktt, NEW YORK, Jan. 5. Money Easy at 1$ p:r cent.: closed offered at 1 per cent. Prime Mercantile Paper 4V percent. Governments-fYeak for the 4J$ per cent!. Railway Bonds Firm, fctate Securities Q a let. TüeBtoclcnwaCtopenel weit, and prices de clined J to 2V per cen'., coIers beinz weakea. Ouu?ide thee atccis the decline was merely frac tional. Before 11 a. m. tt:e market bssn to im- proTe. and under the leadership of St. Faul prices moredup)-tolpercent., bit still later there wss considerable irregularity to prices, ail tho atvance was partially lost. Near the close tberi was a tri'k demand lor grangers aal La."& wanna. P.ices alvenced to 27 p?r cent. from the lowest point cl tij clay. Northwestern rose iy, to fVi, prt:erTCd 1 to Iii. bt. Paul 2ls to 7i. Lackawan na yK to 84, Delaware and Hudson l4to 7C, Lake firore 15 to 62, New York Central lf to...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 6 January 1885

0 THE IHDIAHAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY IIÜENIRG JANUARY G 1865 -lü l UM l'P THE MISTLKTOE. ET ÜABRT CORNWALL. Wtra winter nlghta ktow Ion?. And winds wiifloat blow cold. We lit In a rim roaud the wara wood fire, And 1 iitca to itoriei old ! And we try to look grave (m maids should be) Yt heu the men brinz in boughs of the laarel trte. : Obi tfce laurel. the evergreen tree! TL poets hare U a re Is. and why not we? I Written for tie Indianapolis SentlneLJ JIETJL WOOWIUF. IS j Mm. Addle De Itch Frank. CIIAITEB III. When Arthar Braden an I Mrs. Woodruf ere several ycar3 jonncr than they are now, they bad IoveJ each other and were engaged to be married. Bat Arthar was poor, and as they vere both young, he being only fire years her senior, they concluded not to get married until he should earn enough to buy a heme. Year after year passed by, and yet they were not married, still waiting for a horse, until at last Mr. "Wcodruf asked Lina to be his wife, and, a3 we already know, she marri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 6 January 1885

HEHN AMTS! A '""KT r o 8 IKDIAHAP0L1Q DAILY ÖEHTIHI2L TUESDAY ElOBIilNG JANUARY 6185 THE HEW YORK STORE IZ&TJLLiLtiaillZD 1853 J OLOAK DEPARTMENT TO THE LADIES: Wo deslro tornako known to you the factof our having marked down our oatiro &tock of Cloakn. Wo havo mado very low priccj in order to closo tho season and cot carry over a sarmcnt. Our stock is not lrgo but vory woll assorted in Z ov markets, Circulars, and tho now short Dolmans, and at pricoa which will suit tho wants of all. uur Kisses' Cloaks aro also markod down. Ladies who aro about pur chasing an cutaido wrap will find it to ba to thoir iatorsst to examine our stock at tho marked-do 7 n prices. Prices is Plaii Fi. BÄSSEH i ü JOS. A. MOOtlB, 4 IT. Harket St., Indianapolis tai D!Tf!t allowed cs deposits, ia surza cf to and Iney to Laa ra Irr.rroTed City and JTami rrcrcitr in Indian end Ohio, cii7, Cctiaty and Town ßondJi nd rurcHase iapy Notes, bou?M and sold. "o lcana ra4da except audi m arg secured toy f ?tt xn...

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

1 o VOL. XXX1V-N0. 7.1 INDIANAPOLIS. WEDNESDAY MORNING. JANUARY 7, 1885. WHOLE NO. 10,573 WHEN INDICATIONS. TOR "WEDNESDAY Slightly colder, partly cloody weather, local rains or mow, followed by clearing weather. Wc have about 200 pairs of Men's Globe Cassimere Pants, of various patterns, well made and trimmed, at about one-half the price of custom work, AT THE WHEN Clothing Storo Itching Diseases. Lli itching and burning, Instantly relieve! by -warm Lath win cuticura eoap and a single appli cation of Cuticura, the great skia cure. This ro featd öaily with two or three doses of Cmlcara Resolvent, tbe new blood purifier, to beep tha blood cool, the perspiration pure and unirrltatlag, the bowe; open, the liver and kidneys active, will rpcedily cure Eczema. Tetter. Klngworm, pHorlas!. Lkiien, Pruritus, fecal 4 Ilead, Dandruff, and every species ol itching, Fcaly and pimply humor of the scalp and Ekln, when the beet physi cians and all known remedies lalL KCEMa TWtNTY YEAKj, My gratitud...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 7 January 1885

THS INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MOENINQ JAMJAR? 7 1885 CONGRESS AT WORE. Tho IntrStn.trt Commorco Bill Ldiid Ahldo fur a Uay. After a Lengthy INcnsIon the Ore gon Ontral l and Forfeiture Bill Was Passed. Th1) Poneioa Appropriation Bill Aftor Somt) Wrangling 13 Paaeed by the IIouso. 1UC rOKTr.KIGUTil CONGRESS. Th Senat. Washisgtos, Jan. The bill was favor ably reported anthoriziapr the First National Eank cf Larnei, Kan., to increase its capi tal stock not to exc?.d .7"0,00). Kills Introduced and referred: By Mr. Hawley: To establish in ternatic ri al copy right. By Mr. Manderson : To grant the ri'ht of way oyer Fort Eobinson military resry.i tion, Nebraska, to the Fremont, Elk Harn and Missouri Valley Failroad. Mr. Incalls state 1 that on the i'.h cf De ceniber, he introduced a bill which was referred to the Committee on Tensions, to amend the pension acta of January and Much, 18 C The bill had been now thir teen months in the possession of the com mittee, acd he anpnoaed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 7 January 1885

THE 1ITDI AH AI? OLIO DAILY DEUTINEL WEDNESDAY HOBNING JANUARY 7 1885 3 THE AGRICULTURAL HOARD. pnln of the Thlrtj-Thlrd Annual Heetlng Yegterday Appointment of Committees and Reports of 0111 era The President's Address. Address by Profeseor Hall, Presi dent Smart and Professor Webater Tht Secretaryship. The thirty-third annual meeting of the fciate Delegate DoarJ of Agriculture opened at 1:3) o'clock yesterday morning, with all the members in attendance. After roll-call Vrthident Mitchell appointed L. B. Custer, William Crim. V. IX. Cockran, N. B. Nei mm and II La Tonrette a Committee on Credentials. After transacting pome other routine business the beard adjourned till 1 :r.O p. ro. Upen reassembling, President Mitchell de livered his annual addres?. The President &aid that the State bad been abundantly bUssed; the wheat crop reached 10,531,0)0 the oat crop wai the largest ever produced in Indiana; the corn crop was good, and yielded 23,581,117 bushels 'The financial condition...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 7 January 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY BENTINEL WEDNESDAY MOENIHG JANUARY 7 1885 WEDNE3DAY, JANUARY 7. Or ICE; 71 and 73 Weit Market Street, KATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. larttnapcila Sentinel for 184 Daily, Son (3s j and Weekly Editions. DAILY. i:UT?red tj carrier, p?r , 4 55 . 0 . 13 CO Daüj, lLcldlaf Ssay, per I)iL y, per annum, by xaa.ll, Dally, per annua, by mall. Including Ban 12 CO U 00 II 00 DilLiy, delivered t7 csrrlcr, per annrn Vllj, delivered ty carrier, perao nun, La- cluding Ecnliy, Vtllj, to nc-wtdealerE, per copy .. IXJ5DAT. fiaaixj edition o! eighty-lour colutaai B-ndAy feci: tin el, by carrier To nswideiltri, per copy..- ... 8 .i a co - 2 50 WEZXXY. w iriy, rcr T - 1 CO The potted on rar, scrip lions by inAll Is prepaid by Hie pr.bKihc rtcwsdcalcri supplied at Ihre cents per copy, Fostaga or other charges prepaid. Intcred u coud-clasa iaattsr at tie FoetqSce at 1 11 1 tm polls, Ind. DEMOCRATIC EDITORIAL ANSOl'lA. TION. Fifth Annual Meeting. "The filth anneal meeting of the Democratic E-U...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 7 January 1885

r THIS INDIANAPOLIS DAILY ÖJ3NTIKEL WEDKESDATf AlOERIflG JANUARY 7 18&5 LEGISLATIVE GOSSIP. ;ThftCnnt??t for t!i Hp'akershlp Dwarficsr Every Otfcor Interest Jiroitnln?' and SIcMnllen Withdraw Frcm the Kace Töe Frlendi or Uoodlaff and Jenett Sanguine. Tto Marion County Delegation to Support Jowctt Several Can didates for Minor OfUcea Drop ut. .Porter the Probable Nominee of the Republicans for United States Sen atorBoth Partlea to Caucus on Oncers tbU tvenlo J tm Seil, of Franklin County, cin li 'ae r DooTkerpfr of the Ioum, Lm withdrawn. Lieutenant (Governor MRuon wasefen in the corridors of the Grtnd, yesterday, sur rounded by a Ltat of friend. The Ii?pabllcani will hold their caucus at the Denison to ni'ht. CopeJaod will no doubt ba nominated for Kpeaker. L. R. Kargrare, Joint Representative for Tike and Dubois, comes up to the Legis'atura backed by a majority of l,C"j votes. The Democratic members of the House and Senate will meet In caucus la the Criminal Court icom at 7:30 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 7 January 1885

G THE I17DIAHAPOL18 DAILY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY HORNING JANUARY 7 1885 FINANCIAL APCOHsIERCIAL. MONEY AND STOCKS. Haw York Financial llarkti jKW YORK, Jan. Money Easy at l.lS p?r nt.: c!oed oJered a; 1 per cnt. Prime Mercantile Pa per-4 a 5 per cent. Governments Kirn. Railway Bonda Irregular. Ute Securities Quiet Ttf ro was Increased actiTliy ia the stock ruarxet lo-day, with a si.arp advance In p rites. Many o; rratort bavo chunked in their j-ositioas from the bear t the bull ills on the recent alyancj In wheat, and the likelihood o! a freer movement in grain aad ronsecjuent improvement ia railway t amines omo prominent beirs wer free buy ers and this assisted the op vard movement. The announcement that a large Western rolling mill would resume work snort!? had a good e-ect, ud wm accepted a indicating in Improvement In outside traJe. Delaware and Unison, rose 2; ter cent. to?:,fi. Lackawanna 1 ; per ecnt. tobHi. 8. Faul li per trat, to 75?;, New York Centn! 1'; per cent, to C II. and...

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

THE inDlAUAPOUü DAILY ÖEHTINEL WEDNESDAY HOBNINtt JAKUAIt 7 i8fcö tm J r IS ABCADIA. X.K fi. T. W. DCtC, JJt, Ke-aae I cfcooss to ktp rar seat. Nor join the giddy dDe2ra whirl, I tray yoa do no laugh, rav Rirt. Nor a.sk me why 1 And it sweet la ray old lue to watch your glee J, too, have teen in Arcady. And thrash full well I know I eea Uuite oct of place la scenes like tbl, Von can't lniasloe bovr mach bliss It give ne Jut to sit ad dream, As jcor fair fern goes :i f.lns ty, How I. too, dwelt in Arcady. Tor. t weelheart. In your merry eyes A vaaiahed lumntr buds and blow. And with the arr.e brieht cheekj of rose I free your rcother'a image rle. And o'er a lone and weary track My buried to) hood wanders back. Anita with tear dimmed eyes I cast a your sweet form ray swimming glance 1 think your -Bother used to dance -Tust as yoa do in that dead past. J-ons years a?o--yrs fifty three Wl.ea I, ico, dwelt In Anidj. And in the rauslc touching notes I eem to hear old voices rlne; That l a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 7 January 1885

THE iHDIAHAPOLIQ DAILY DEIITITIEL WEDNESDAY IIOH-HING JANUARY 7 1885 8 THE IIB! YORK STOßE (E8TAULIBUED 18531 CLOAK DEPARTMENT Tu THE LADIES: Wo dcsiro to mao known to you tho fact of our having marked down our oatiro atock of Clonks. Wo hvo xncda vorv low pricoa in orde? to close tho season and rot ctry ovtra garment. Our stock is not largo but vor y woll assorted in tlow markcta. Circular, and the new bort Dolmans, and at prices which will suit tho wants of all. our il'85c&' Cloaks aro also markod tiowD. Ladies who ara about par cnsBing an outsido wrap will find It to ba to thoir interest to oxamlno our &took at tho markea-docrn prices. Prices ia Piain Tmm. SSSETT 4 Ok JOS. A. MOO dB, 4 12. Market St., Indianapolis " t tatoeetfcUoTreilondcrosila, ia tasiio! S5an3 trd, xeney to Ia on Inrnrorcd City and rann rropexty la Indiana nl Ohio, Oity, County and Town Bondt nd PnrcHae weary Kote, bought tad pol l. Ho loaas made except lacA m are tectired by frit norue on real estate, ...

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