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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 23 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDA MORNING FEBRUARY 2::. 188. t; V TWO TEXA8 WOMEN. tTIif y Dae FbtoU !a the Hands of 3!anatlel Desperadoes, Who Shoot I Their Custodian?. Marshal Qoaling ond One of tho Vcmen and tho Depo radoa Killed. ILKUIBIX SIIOOTJXU AFFAIR In Kailroad Car-A Deputy Marshal Killed 1T Two Depriidoa Under Ilia Chart. Han Antonio, Feb. 22 Marshal Gosling, rccotnpanied by two of his tru-ted deputies, J. V. Manning :ind J. L. Lovinp, vrere coa ytjlv' tww United fcUtes prisoners from -Aaitin to Pan Antonio for safe-keeping. TLr prisoner were Jarsei Pitts and Charles "Ve gar, who have won notoriety in Lamp 3ss and Barnstt Counties as highwaymen t d Pctorlice rollers. Ths etiieers and 1n;r i riscners occupied tfats in th smofc Jr'.'carcn opposite tidss of the c&;t:'a The I r.o tera ere tecureiy handcuffed together. U I ?y vere escorted by 2dra. Jl. A. Drown, lie LläLtlniüthfcr of Pitta, and Miss Posa "Yejrcar, aieler o! one of the prisoners. The vcnun occupied scut...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 23 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 20 1S85 flRffliLAHDCQflaSflCIAL. SONEY AND STOCKS. vr-A tor::. Feb. iIo-".7-Uii;iPcr -at-: r'fs.il 1; rcr cent. Prtia Metre ntie Paper -4 V per cent. Governments-'i:l fctave s'ecur'. trcn-. Vhe stee k market as less active to- lay, but r ssin- J. es tcn well w.ii'V. 'it. I snd Dealer re port a i;r,o-l der.:. 1 i'c: all cia of securities, including rcme nhi'h ha btea neglected for n-i y r:oc?h rt. ril!7 low priced stock. I. 'qui. -atlon, wl.tch v ih- fer.ture of lat tral Jiii y:;erdy a.'trrneou, onilcatl Iiis morulas. t.:i'1 low.. :'.'.: was reocrdil for airr.T; ?TjHJr on the liit, th dpc'iu-i ranging fro'o 1 , Vi -;i-erccn During tbe forenoon the marke: t rtnlj ad Jrrejrular. bat a'ter the first itUf-hou: tone of the wftkM s'ocis oa tbe Pa lcudlng Su Paul an 1 Misv - ri a i;ic arcorcpnu'ed by I.s kaw-nn., n'ea p e promise of ajain being the leading f-Uir rr th day, heraa to move uparis, un by aoon fe.V.nr.ce ot 1 rr rent, or tr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 23 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MOUNTNG, 1 EBUÜA11Y 23 1S35. DAXYILLF, ILL. Concluded From S-in Vae. den and?, med this feature of ap-mal eater Vrhe ia Danville will b- nit th least prom inent of those tbe ripentd fruits of whose ilowerln are now Uuib.o reittiss. Mr. V. 11. Insley it a Hocsi?r tor. twenty eight ears old, and a native of Tippecanoe (Joan 2j. lie wm in the 1 v-ry basiaen, and owned the ba3 line at Cr f.r isvill. He ä!;o started o.i the hi'h roal to prosperity the omnibus basinesa Daavilld, bat he cld it at a prtce to tnjja?-9 in h s present cell-Be, for which, it woald appear, haiseni EMly Litt J. üb ia acqaaiuteJ with the t c i-nir.es -nerally, nud can tell a 503d torse on tight. Ke can al-o rite the line of ttr arlifet with one glance, and regulate hts pcrcbaiM or sale accordingly. H6 Kf.ft-i life at the bottom round 0! the la id r, and thou-h od!? a bey la jeirs, tie h-ii clirutei considerably high-r than most n en could c'.imb ar.ekr similar circa uv aarc3....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 23 February 1885

TBE DEW YORK STÖBE 8 HIE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL. .MONDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 23 1885; Gen's' FnrnfeWflE Beparimeat. One Hundred and Fifty Dozen FOUR PLY Gents' Linen CoUars 12 1-2 Cents Each. GO Cents HllF Dozen. This let of Collars aro tV FOUR PI. Y with II AN uMAOBBUri'Oa They wcro covr old less th?.n 20 cnTs- Siz-s 14, 14 1-2, 15 15 1-3, IC, 1C 1.2, 17, 17 1-12, a&d 13. -Prices Always to Plaia Fiio. Tiwm Tito Dicnpmmo IUI llü,LJiiüüljlI JOS. A. MOORE, 61 S m&rlsct fit., Indianapolis, Ind Int?rc: allowed oa deposit, In suras o! S"j an-I orard. Mc.'T to Iona on Improved City and lirii Ir. TTrty In Indiana and Oiilo. l.r.7, co"i't7 et1 Town Bon is, &;;i i'urdiarrtl NoU?, tor.-ii, rnd sold. Nu "Jort ma.ie tsc rt n ich as aro (ecirrd by Srti rc(,rt.ij,e on r"ffl estate, vIth in" tu cf security, o ty toilattrd.s . mr:t foreign Exchange Tor e on all par..s of tha .crid. -v" 9 9 L'-iK 5;:i scea the Grand DiLiy of MOiUI We are inakius: during our Spftiil Sik? Dojoa kno-y tbt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 24 February 1885

3 iti ss ' ; i! !l VOL. XXXIV---NO. r,i. INDIANAPOLIS, TUKSDAY MORNING FE IJItUA II Y 21, 1S35. WHOLE XO. 10,120. the V T 7 A v;1I r.s all who have looked into rhe W ASI CT. tr" inauffural c3 s well iD a n nil i It in the only direct line to Washington, and between Indianapolis 94 Miles Shorter and 6 Hours Quicker Than the fastest train on any other line in existence, not excepting the limited trains of am ild-h rivi' i utceoD 7hich eitra charges are expected, and upon which the Inaugural rouil tri. tick's :i fit I v nv v. ill not l)e accepted for panose. Itia fact very easily pubstantiated tliat on AL'j LINr3 BUT B. X: O TICKETS WILL EE GOOD ONLY ON" SLOW TRAINS. Thosa who content tt Viaj t Wi.sr.i ;-, i c ,tLcr than via the J5. it O. and take advantage of the lov rate will do vrisely to ex iit Uc: cMrifu!lv in I thus nave much annoyance after fctartin. NO PRIVELEGED CLASSES, NU EX TR VS, NO fiNVv"? TiONS ON TDK 13. O , "which is making the unparalleled low raten of Less Than One F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 24 February 1885

'HIE IMlANArOLlS DAILY SEKT1KEL TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 24 1S35. raocEEDi.os n congress. The Senato Passes the i'oatofilce Ap propriation Bill An Amendment GlTlcga hnljsiJy to Pa cific Mill!. Tito TJouso Aftor Consldorablo Dia cuEsIoa Passes tho Naval Ap propriation Bill. rOKlY-EKiliril CONGRESS. The Seoate. "VW-nr:?' -tos, Feb. 22. A resolution wa3 agreed to aathorizIaR th9 Committee oa In dian AiTatrs to continue, daring tha recess cf Congress, ita investigation regarding the leases of Indian lands. Another reflation W83 agreed to calling upon tbe Secretary of the Interior to fawnish information relating to the progress of Indian education. The Des ilointa Settlers' Titles bill was then placed before the Senate, and Mr. Lip ham resumed his remaiks. Tha bill wa3 passed yeas, 31, nays, I. A3 it ia a Eecate bill it now gees to the Hons of Representatives. Consideration of the Pcatcllice Appropriation bill was then icnrntd. The provision was stricken crt that wonld require the Secret...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 24 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 21 1885. INDIANA LEGISLATURE. Ch.is$iom.1 and cirtii!'i"i'i of thii rfport fyr want fjftva.ce in that c"'t'ii nppt-j in an apj'tndlx to Volurr-c AA' of L!u Urciur LeguMiUe Jicpori3. IN SENATE. fosruv. Feb. LM 1-5 10 a. a. Mr. FO'.TI.KE oifered a corcarrcnt resolu tion for ;i ameudmtat to the fc'iate Consti tution by striking therefrom Section 21 of Article 7. It was referred tn the Committee on the Jud c:ary. lr.NTY oiricrr. tekm. Ti:e joint resolution : II. E 1 See pi;e t I roicsir- aa amendment to Section 2 Article .of the h:a'e Confutation was read the third t:n.ft er.d pad by jea -, miys 12. Mr. CAMPBELL, of Hendricks, explain : . It proKifS t3 x ttl9 terms of the cl:e f Andiior. C:erk acd SheritTfonr year. No one to be eligible to more than one term in eicht jears, the terms to begin the first day of January after the election, and ap pointees to 11 vacancies eball only hold until the succeeding election, the object be i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 24 February 1885

TJIE IMiiANATOLlS DAILY SEKTIKEL Tl KSDAY MORNING" FEBRUARY 21 1835. rm 11 WHEN INDICATIONS. fOK Tl'f.8I)iVKlnaD'l mow; alight tU In temperature, with t-aaterly wind and Int r turmetT. mi is Peerless Shirt la tho Popular SUIIIT or this City. .Every Garment Warranted A h 1 i n m Or Hocor Hefundeä. 5 old at 75s, $1113, SI 25 and $1,50 AT THE- ri W I Qlothino Store. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21 OK FILE: 71 and 73 West Market Street. RATES OF SUIteCRirriOX. It .Man spoil Sentinel for 1 s.S." Dally, .Sun day and Weekly Edition. paily. JVlivered by carrier, per week $ 25 J'fii:y, incl'iding Sunday, per week SO Paly, per annum, by raall .... 10 00 Daily, per annum, by mall, lncIU'Un Sun da t, by nail .... .. 12 00 2iily, le'lverol by carrier, per annum .... 12 CO Juily, delivered b7 carrier, per an-iurn, In cluding Sunday ii CO luliy, to newsdealers, per copy M'NUA Y. fr'irtay edition of eighty-four columns- ? 2 CO F-mday Sentinel, by carrier 2 tO 'J it new 'Italers, per copy ... WKKKI.Y. v, h klr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 24 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL" TL'i:SDA MORNINGU'EBRUARY 21. 1SS5' THE MOODY MEETING. ArriTal of the Noted EraDgelht la tho Citj. goraetblnfir of the Meeting Held Yes terday at Roberta Park Churcb A Deep Interest Manifested. The Mocdy Convention, as it hai bees termed for several weeks past, ben jester ilay. r.er. DvrisM I Moody, tha noted evangelist, arrived yesterday moraine 01 the Irain frora Richmond, and went directly lo ihe (hunb. He immediately b?paa. tLe Services in true Y. M. C. A. fashion w'.thsut Viiti2;for any lormalltlea, by reqaesiln; It e and.ence to rite while the ICtb palm tetnc; tang. MR. MOCDY , is 83 well kDown to tbe people of Anier'ca- hi ititaps asy einer penon. me iiry o: nij werk, und especially that pirt tir; ii-i a b:re d witb Ixa D Eankey, ts f.ii'i in i- jote flLd Amtrica. The tfonriprlul v.c:c ituf-p two mea bate bn tue the-t. '. iü -uy 3 cenv citation, act a I ie ftnuiiir iu JJr. Mccdy 13 a man Ure ;rth. ivr ki 3r tbes under aix fet hijih, nd strja, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 24 February 1885

6 TJIE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING FEB11VAI1Y 21 18851 COMMEKCIIL. Ifce trade ia the 'ebbing dry goods line op-'a. tetter than it Kneraily reporter 1 oa Monday. Dry tooda are rcrj cheap, and when the leason is suitable a better movement ia confidently ex- IcclcJ. (irccir!ci remain fetc&dy and uncbinscl, ,U5inea good. The Ga market h IraproYed considerably with tha prospects of a good trade darin? L;nt, at least. Yecetaties are steady with the exceptloa of choice apple. wtilch, are act- van cd. Ke"c!p!s of e;s are oa tae Increase, aal the demand itilt l'at, pric2s birs asln down to oldfsur.j. letter, g'-K)!. sweet roll la great demand. Poultry active. ITie oi'Aijii tOi; luuws tb receipts of crala i tuts ro'nt for tm twuty-'cur hocn; ird '." ., ... rt. , ;' :i, C'l --. .'. t.C . K- h -i T" i ) I J. . -ti ii v.t rein:: Wa't 1 ura. Ov-. I -;,e. f eru?r a. "00 1 Pt.-i.C 2 10Ü t.7X w es rn Elevator.,..-.. I .. Elevator D ...'... Total I 6I.SM 4'U' 7-i.XC OX 13 oca Corn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 24 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING, ! II DIlUAltY 21 1S35. -W 1 a JUL it. URATE LITTLE TRUDE. Gertrr.de May In ray sister-in-law, a bright little fairy of nineteen, with a pair of eyes lika Stan, ami a merry, thrifty way about ter calculated to irate a man forget that tbij is & Lard, work-a-day ncrid, f all of rex i tion, ami disappointment, "When Aunfe ami I w-re rtarmd we took t'ertrnde to live with a; I onld not bear the thought of the lovel; z'it'. -jirp to ir.eet ih.8 world in tox taT.ii occupation, 3nd Annie was thank f.U to have hr sister irUh her. Oertra i' Trade,' we always called the .-nr ciJiii paid Ltr way, I ai-ur you. A':r !h birth of T.abv G r j-lv she toji the r'r.armnt of t?t hout-hoM u;nn her yur:; shoulders, aad. t!in-h t:v-.- -out, iu wife scar.teiv knew wait i' -ns t htve a care in th world. S j ?- v-rtt on fjr a ou;.!o of year a ' mii i- lurd'in a ne-t, m-itin muri uf th b f- r yi we had, thinkia- liu'.e or noth- i! u of our privations. a I x,v...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 24 February 1885

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 21 1885. !I m mi STORE (izTABJLiioiii:i mssi Gents' foiMm Aspartat. One Hundred and Fifty Dozen FOUR I?T-iY Gents' Linen Collars, 12 1-2 Cents Each. 60 Cents Half Dozen. Thii lot of Collars are tit FOUR PLYwlth DANOMAOUBürrOtf IIOLE3, and B1EUED a: ends. Thny wcro novr sold losa than 20 conti. SiZPS 14, 14 1-2, 15, 15 12, 16,112, 17,17 1-12, CLd 10. Prices Always ia Plain Fin PI lUJ. PETTIS.BASSETT& GO JOS. A. MOORE, 34 23. Uarict Ct., Indianapolis, Ind Interest allowed oa deposits, la sums of and apard. Money to Loan on Improved City and Farm Property In Indiana anI Ohio. City, rouniy and Town Bonds, and Purchased Money Notts, bought and sol J. No lorrs ma le exc.-pt such, an are eenre! by trst cortse oa real estate, with a larxe unrein fit security, or by collaterals having a market a'ae. Foreign Exchange for sale on all parts ol the world. To Close. WW IMC: Hand Made 320 pieces of thoso goods marked at coat tDd loss, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 25 February 1885

win VV.N 1 lrr? i 1 i r 111 i ! k s I Iii it VOL. XXXIY-NO. 5.1. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 2-1, 1S35 WHOLE NO. 10,121 X ' WHEN INDICATIONS. TOn WEDNESDAY Light rain and now; t artly cloudy weather; variable winds and lightly warmer in the eatt an1 rentral portion: ntntionnry temperature In the ex trem wettern portion THE Peerless Shirt I tho Topuiar SUIB.T of this City, ivory Garment Warranto! FIT, Or Money EorundeS. Ss'J st 15:, S1.00. $1.25 ad $1,59 -AT THE- TSrr IV) m.n Clothing Stora. a Infantile Blood Purifiora and Skin " Eoautifiors. a cnowru of hau:. "While uio jourCi Ti. i pa lot chapped hands It recurred to tie to try it for dandruif, iron which I Buffered a gieat deal, and it noton'y reedily curei the dnJruff, bat restored the hair to a Urge laid spot previously entirely destitute effcair. It is now an iuch In lfn?th. JOHN H. I'tP.KE, Master tark "Jchn h Chase," oston iiartor, SOKE HANDS. Your Oi tu i n x HEMiwEsare Justly receiving rrat recognition. The min...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 25 February 1885

2 THE IMHAKATOLIS DAILY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MOUSING FEBRUARY 25 1885. rontr-Eiciirir cosuress. Th tfauata. Ytkimxmo?, Feb. 2t The Chair laid be fore the Senat a memorial from the Legis latureof Wis oisin urging the placing or General Grant on the retired list of the nrmy. Mr. Callom presented n nernorial from the Lezislature ot Illinois urging some early and satisfactory settlement of the Oklahoma land question. Mr. Dawes ailed and obtained unanimous consent to at once tae np Hi 9 bill hereto ore introduced by him to authorize the President to negotiate for the purchase of the remaining Seminole, Creek end Chero kee Nations of Indians their title to those Und. In less than fire minutes it was read and passed. It now goes to the House for th action of that LoJy. The Senate then toot up the pension bills upon the calendar, and those favorably re ported baring ba disposed of, Air. Coctrell called up tbe House bill already favorably reported by him from the Committee on JMiIitary Alf&...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 25 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25 1885. 3 INDIANA LEGISLATURE. Omu'JtOUJ Cid curtail noils of tMi rrp't for tcant cf space in these co' i' i-u wi'l a;pe f an apytndix to Volum of tt Brier Lcgis&tiit Ktports. IN SENATE. Tt tsDAY. Feb. 21, 185 " CO ft. m. AI riLLATE t OCE.T. Mr. WEIK moved to cenenr In the mi uority report on hi- bill S. 45 see page 103 forithe establishment of three distinct Ap dilate Courts of three Judges each. Mr. McCÜLLOtTGE moved to labstitile the majority report, iß favor of one Court of vs Jadges, to meat at Indianpclis. Mr. WEIH: Personally I am satisiei with eltfcer, bnt would like the Senate to de cide between then. Mr. KAUM: If we want a Court that will commend itself to the people, W8 osgot to favor the minority report. The difl'erenca in cost will ba trifling, bnt the eaving to lit igants will be a large sum. If it ehonld not prove eacce8ful the law can be repealed ia two years from now. Mr. McCULLOUGH: There are many ver...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 25 February 1885

:the injanaillis daily sentinel "wkdnesday morning' February 25 isss. WEDNESDAY, FKBRUAUY 23. OFUCr: 71 and 73 Wat Market Street. LUTES OF NUICllimOX. I ( Ih it poll a et1nl rr 1 KS. t)tl j, San BLd Weekly Kriltloba. DAILY. J)'.v rci by carrier, per week 1 Z '.i:T, i-.u'udiusr Sunday, per weelc 30 J'-d'y. p r annum, by mail. .. .... n oo 1 .', it-r annum, b mail, lnclaaln? Sun- 1t. t-.y rnsli 12 00 2' tily, !.: ive red by carrier per annum........ 12 00 Im-'.v. Pilfered by carrier, per lanam, ln- rP d:i: Sunday 1 1 CO I ; :;, to uew&dealers, per copy...-. H'NOAY. r .in.ir f -lltlon of eUhtv four column' -Jr -y fUtlncl. by carrier 'I i u ..'! caters, per copy m:ki.y. v.t !;!v. rcr annum i CO : no 1 r 'VI ..! 1 no Th potase on subscriptions by mail la prepaid by the suVdahcr. f.ewsdeaiera upplled at three cents p;r copy. Postage or olh?r cfcarge prepaM. l'.ntered as eccnl class matter at the Foslolücc t Indianapolis, lud. Whm would not John A. Logan give for the Ovid vote? The Chi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 25 February 1885

THE INJilAKArüLlö UAllalMUMliM, iumiimi siviumu nwiuuAiu THE 2100DY CONVENTION. Increased Interest In '.he 31tetlnjs at Huberts Park CUnrcli. Interesting Exercises Ccnducted Dur ing the Day by Mr. Moody. The Moody raeetinzi at Ilobirts Par were teaanied yeaterday, the first occurring be tween and 10 o'clock. After i song Büfice of fifteen minute. Mr. Moody called on the nnditnee to ling "Draw Me Nearer. and asked the people to aing It a they iid the previous evening, laying he had neyar heard it tuns better than on that occ:!od. Fol lowing the icnsj Dr. IU T. Drown opened the ji ecticg with prayer. Her. David Wak, of the Central Christian Church, evened the discus en on "The Bible h Christian Work." i! ca the eubiect f nndaiuenfal. Tup i: t!ei3tLe beck cf Gd Tne Old Teil a Lt was written to Uach th Jew wu Mist w9. Moses ard th 'aw and tn I 'cr -tts teitify 6f Cbri.L Tke Christ out f ha o;d Diblw and it is tuanindej r srca th Scriptures, fer in hru too thinfc j cii have eternal life....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 25 February 1885

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL- "WEDNESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 20 1885? ?IH1HCI1L AHD GOSOERCIAL. ÄÜXKV AVU STOCKS. "mm Vork JTlcncclsl Barkel. NEW YORK, Feb. 2f.-Money la tetter r fucst at 1Q3 per ctnt. ; closed at 2 per cent. xttrae Mercantile taper iSo per cat. Governments Qoiet asd tron?, wlta a al t:niecl percen'. in I j ?r c:it. Other j io:a lions umha. t-t. fctate fcaritU Active and generally higher. Ncnti Carolina -pocl! Ux bonis toll as LI?a us "ZJv It was k:ioa before thb opening of tV t-'tock Fxctanse tni mornm?. vthich occurred an i.uki later tbaa usaal, ou account of yetterday be n C a holiday, that tbere bad been raateiial a3 - - o' America ncrurities on the f nndoa rair- since id U''1a:,&a J th:t was ued Citxt-n .... i ivt the .ait u;d loom wüicu tojt il.r! r.i .'urer oon in ncwlya?tive tock on trva üä. I ;rn pr cc were Kt-uerallr to 2 'a per c -ni. l,:hr tau taeyciy-.-;! ns nizat, aud I.t.-si wt;i a:a k-d in an upward movement by KlTi.'-'fii quickly t'i loj. ii t...

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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 25 February 1885

i I THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MORNING, 1 EDULTARY 25 1335. I DUTY. It was ft wild and rocky rjait, alonz wblca raa the path that led to the home of old Martin Frere. At ordinary tirnej the cot tag woald have possesatd bat little attrac tioa for a told, teriiag youth like Oirea Clean. Bat a yiaitor had cf late brightened np its precincts a joaag girl named Annis, naiafd after the aged zrandmother who !cze d by the health through the long even ir;:s, content to watch the bright flames asj tier shot up from the bread fireplace, and :har t" e visions cf the pa.?t with her Acria was a tall, alight girl, as Etra'gbt a n pice tree and as gracefol as a fawn. Her Yl!ow hair hang in a perfect maae cf shin-r-z curl? edl toat her ihonUers and fir -iorn below her waist. Imagine a Eweet, in- ocent face, lighted with great Innrous dark eyes, and red month almost always curvi&sr into rniies, and yon have some idea of Aonis. Owen Glenn had fallen head over hetls !n icve at his fi...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 25 February 1885

v.' 8 TUE 1KDIAKAP0LIS DAILY SEKTINEL' "tVJvTCNESD AT MORNING" FEBRUARY 25 1885. THE m M STORE (JSFVXMh.XiUl CI IXJÜD X6j Departat nit LU'U one Hundred and Fiflv Dozen FOUR JPIJY Linen Collars. 12 1-2 Cents Each. 60 Cents Half Dozen. Thu let of Collars are all FOUR PL.Y with D AN O IIA053 BUTTON HOLES, and B A.ÜHFID at end. Tnr.7 were rievr solfl loa t&aa 20 cn. Siz?9-M. 11 1-2. 15, 15 1-2, 10, 1:5 I 2, 17, 1 1-12, and 18. Prices Always ia .Plan Tims FETTIS.MSSETT& GO JOB. A. MOORE, 01 2. Harfcot Bt.f Indianapolis, Ind Interest aEowed on deposit, iu suras of ?" aal cpard. Money Jo Lrmn on Improved City and Farm Pror-erty ia Indiana ana onu. C!ty, 'oi:nty and Town bonds, and Purchased Money Notes, bought and f.o;d. No "'.ours made exo-pt nr.ch as are secured by Ert rsnrtage oa r?al estate, with k Urge mtrln cl security, or by collator a : n&vin a rnerkot 'ne. Foreign Exchange 'or wie oa ail parts of the world. m a n ! n vmru U To Close. Hand JIado 320 pieces of theso good...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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