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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 28 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 28- 1885" Ö LEGISLATIVE NOTES. roYMom of th5 CM for Ercct 1 a s a Xmv Orphans' Homo. tfext (,f Senator Campbeirg Bill rro-ecutlnj Claims Against the State. for The Special Sen&te Committee Wakes a Report on Certain Charges Agralnet Employes. The ilrs. Edwin May claim wa? parked by i'ae Sonata yesterday by a rote of 21 to 17. The Homo has indeCnitaly postponed conid ration cf the Senate bill providing Iand3 for tfc8 payment cf expenses incurred in County Institutes. Several of ths Representatives who votod tiainat the Union I)pot bill Lave einei a 1 Trotzt agilnat the xr easire, aad Via .izi2 is been recorded. It was said last rJht cpor. trDDd aathsr'.iy that Mr. UnfTstetter would tender his resigns tioi to day in corcf qneice of tli9 report cf the special ccniniitieo regarding Sanale ßmptojte. JoJe Imdiay, of Howard. ha3 notified Speaker Je en that, owiu to failing health, Jie can not be ia attendance during tie r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 28 February 1885

c THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MOEN1NG EE BEDA KV s 1885 r FIKAHCi&LAllD MERGIÄL. MO.N'BV AND STOCKS. Nw York ITnatttUl Markat. NEW YOKK, Fib. '.7.-ronf7-Eay at V,'tlt i rut. lnd:a Mercantile VtLit4l vet cent. iourncKDt-wck lud jultt, wlta tho ClCv t M ül ncvotUttvl per ciuit.a, wftlta arc ' I r rnt. luwvr at IJPi. Mute )n ln-Tut bailiff J. cmpt North (,'aro 3 1! ta, bund aul huuth Carolina no-i-fundable, mi hiih an loiref. HuiUu'H to 4iJ wii iUl'.t. Vailoua t!jUU't ti.it ruir.or wtrr In circulation on Wall utm t by It tir c f -r tho op nip of th Mu. k lic'ianu tt.u i.k rt. In,; lurnota mada lor the Pt Ja jr or tto '.hut ny of th" National Lank ff I Mi city Mfi lu troub and the tatenent Dually took it'.tkutly !c :. u t. form to lu iü the bank. I e(e wa-alo a i;oo di I tal 1 about tho fatl'ire of the kilTir t ill in ti e House j ciicMy, mi 1 an tiU'fttlCd (t inLLou of Hl'ult neutrally was pifdirttd on that acount. Htorln abutit Frbr'a iroutlo wire rPM-wtd. A t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 28 February 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MOllNJNG. lEUltUARY 28 1835. doux souvemi:. The ron was ose of those harmonious little kicn often teen In these ? ithet'.c dsjx Nora bad f Pen la love with the description of ft vio'et bo'sdetr, ami when hsr tasters consulted abut her own loudolr the unhesitatingly declared It should bs Iiuer ana furnished in fcbarJcs o parpla from the dceptst to th palt, and It was done. On thh afternoon her own drcsj ha-mcr.-izsd with the rcoi. Vide: ti'Is and vehvt . trained over the purple cur tad a band cffjarklihg arr.otnjst vie.V..s bound -yidtr. Lair. Ilwn the air wai laden tint fragrance cl the fresh 'lo mr. her vfith Nora v,ss n-ated at the piano P?a v. hi!? PLilip Lcightcn lta:.?u J:is f.i'.r liiad chair, est the dark dacask of an d II t r ed v;ith half c'ois-l o ye II is yioand his I:n !ay lcnnIy ajairtt hi h'i:t ; r p, ticner "vic.m nana, sun carelessly L.tid lb bovr. "Play No. 1 of the leider' he said, as He isnstd, with a faint, inquiring; chor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 28 February 1885

8 THE IMtlANArOLlS DAILY SENTINEL" SA TV HD AY MOKNING- FEBRUARY 28 1885. I m W STORE Gents Mlilw SspariiaBQt. i One Hundred and Fifty Dozen j Linen Collars i 12 1-2 Cents. Each. GG Cents Half Dozen. This lot of Collars cro til FOUu PLY with EAI ü LI A. 0 13 BUTTON IIOIiKi, and BA.UilD a: enda. Thy wcro nevr sold 13h iban 20 c?nr. 8izs-M, 11 1-2, 15, 15 1-3, 10, 13 i L', 17, 17 1-12, aLd 13. Prices Always ia Plato Mm. mmuimm JOS. A. MOORE, 81 23. Merket Et., Indianapolis, Inrt Interest allowed on deposits, ia sums of J" an i Money to Lean cn Improved City and rr.n XYn-rty ia Iudsan and Ohlx 1:17, 'o incy and Town Louds, and f'archacd Mor.cy Note. toi:ht end sold. No lofti:? rcaiie except euch . arc tec 1 hy rd rcortBgi oa real estate, with a lare m-iwin Ol Cicuriiy, tr by collaterals Having a iaarkct forelga f:xcliÄiir,3 fr rale on all parts of tüe A m lxUK i t k a 3 To Close. um wm Hand Mado 020 piocca of th353 nooda markotf at ccst and loss, to oloaa out quioh. Ccmo and acitho bar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 1 March 1885

f ) INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 1. 1885-T WELTE PAGES. WHOLE NO. 10 125. TOL. XXXIY-XO. CO. if i li 1 1 j im ri ,A i (to i tl h WHEN INDICATIONS. FOB SUNDAY Local showers; partly loody and slightly colder weather, vlth Mind shifting to west and oorthw sat; gen. rally higher barometer. E2 Extensive preparations are being made at our Factory for the Spring and Summer Trade, and when the season opens we will be in the lead regarding variety, quality and prices, at the W E Clothing Store. Kare Bargains now in Broken Lines in Evry Department. AHU83MENT3. DIGKSON'SCf Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, March 2, 3 and 4. Matinee Wedneday at 2. R.L..DOW IVIIY GiAS "HANK 3IOSK." la Jcs'inia Miller' Flctueffjae. Romantic, Musical Idyl, Entitled Supported by the Charminz Soubrette and Vocallit MISS IDA MULLE, And a Superb Company. S.FrIccs-15. 25, 5C, T5c aad SI. Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and Saturday Matinee. Maren 5, 6 and 7, "VICTOR DLR AND." fiVT? WCTTIT Begdnnin MONDAY, March 2. J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 1 March 1885

THE IMJIAKAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MOEKIKG 3LjUTI 1 1885. .4, 8 UND AY, MAIICH 1. OFFICER 11 nd 73 Weit Market Street. AM U SE 51 EX TS JIE. E. L. D0WXI5G IS TALLY-HO AT TOE CKAKT. Honday, Tatsday and Wednesday evenings next, and Wednesday matinee, the attraction at the Grand Opera Housa will be the talented and popular young actor, Mr. Ji, L. Downing, in the realistic drama in four acts, by Joaquin Miller, Esq., author of the "Danites" and ,;43," entitled "lallyEo," a play depicting fronteer lila as it is. Hhe story of the play is based upon the life end adventures of Hink Monk, tbe once noted stage coach driver, made famous by the late Horace Greeley. The Ecen?3. sitaations and ciimexea, are all dramatically Btron?, and wrought out in the mcst natural and elective manner. Mr. Downinz, who assumes thefctellar role, is one of the best young actors in the profession, and is veil remembered here a3 the leading support o! Edwin Booth, Mary Anderson and Jo3enh Jelferecn for several ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 1 March 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 1 1885. UOHAVÜ WORLD. 13 ft Intended that these columns ihall record xr. Vi werk In ail the varied fields cf usefulness, nlcci cplnlcn mpectln? worsen, and voice the Tim and thoughts of woceo. It la hoped that tC7 nay In some raeainre encourage and strength cn wonca la every worthy erort.ald them la aolv tzz tu probLm of self-support, protect thea threes fcaowluage of lomi of business and law Irr; Ire tLsxa to attain to their rlihtful position, tzl Ctna throuii enlightened, derated woman fisod ennoble the hone, the rsce, the Nation. 'T7cmia'i World" is wid As wire, u mother, U home-maker, as worker, m educator, as phUan ttrciLrt, u comrade. & cltlxcn. and as a hnmaajtctzz woman is eTerywhere tuiidln J for herself and Hex feneration, rroai an i cctiona of tnla world, trUI r porta of individual and organized wort, csws Items, uioniits. suggestions and inqalxlea are Invited fer these colamns. Address all saca communicati...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 1 March 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 1 1885--TWELYE PAGES. May Sentinel Iithahrgctndbert new?papr published in Indiana, CONTAINING 104 COLUMNS. fret ua rartlaaa Polities cd Sertarlaa Blas. -. On all subjects of public interest it expresses its opinions according to Its best Judgement, with a view 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 ia prurient or Immorally sensational. In few words, the Eukdat BijrrixxL Is devoted to that class of news, literary and miscellany, proper and necessary to make it what it is, ; THE PAPER FOR THE 'PEOPLE, specially adapted to the home, j The S cif dat Sestiszis influence will be riven In aid of the Elevation and Advancement of Woman to the true position which is hen by virtue of natural justice. Price, f2 per year; twenty cents per month, delivered by carrier; fire cents per copy. TWELVE PAGES. SUNDAY, MARCH 1. '' OFFICE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 1 March 1885

THE ItfJJlANAPGLIS DAILl' SENTINEL SÜXDA1' MORNING MAftCII 1 188o TWELVE PAGE!?- OUR SOCIAL LIFE. As Seen In HinUt&re Vierr of IndLmfipolls Tecple. A Complete Record of Society Event, Together Y7it& tha Coming and Oolnsr of the Capital City Denisens. rrae Society column of the Saaday Sentinel 11 special feature, end a effort Is made with each edition to tarnish auch a colaLiu as will e o! Interest to all the realen of tee SostlaeL We hope the frieada o! the Seatel will stUl f aroiia ui wlta Cutter for thlM department, aa assure them that all inch lieai are used If practicable. In prepay Inz society items, please tue bat one tide of the aper. All ileal for thii colana samt be sljne4 t7 the author, not for publication, bat lot oux ota protection. I Fleldirz Lee Is sick. Mrs. Ed Raichlg Is 111. Birr. Thomas Baker Is In Koior.10. Uiss Jessie Meek Is In New Orleans. Miss Myla Charlca is In Col u tab as, O. Hon. W. 1). Evnuia 1 la Washington. J. C. Paltoa has retur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 1 March 1885

c THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SLM1NLL SUNDAY MOUSING MAIU'H 1 1685 YICT1HS OF I Ii TIS H PIS lit AN C 12. Tbc ronerral Influence of Liquor Our home Men of Note. Heroea TT ho X7t VoabU to Conquer TU.tr Appetit rurUrlnkj. (CltTeland Uadcr.l i The history o( the numerous. Tlcijrni of In. tsrnperince, or for that matter Intemperance iUelf, is tne mct melancholy of all hlitorler, and ahci pne of the ruoit important, lntol?lng za It does, not only JixllTidoal' iuccesiei und failure, lat iheeoccfssei arJi failures of nation aa well. Keery rS l& charged with warning; every charter re'eali the folly of the world, anil tne world'e rehi men and ruier, audproyei it true tbaUheuwlno and wassail have taken mora atrori;; clacca than Run or it!el., Inteiuperanc's if habit and nothlupc but bablt, and a habit, too, against vrh Ich nature isriously :evo!ti at Crit, bet t9 which ihe In tbe conrrp of time tnd opposition lubmltf, and of :?hlth she finally becomes fond. It Ij only by this force of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 1 March 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MOUSING. MARCH 1 1835. ?nc ttidoyt nMnixirs butt. VThUt. there? Uarr ilarplrj, doa think ne lasae. Hat I'm dyin ter tell ye of v t-. ler O'Sisfjer fche t lire in tr attic rest mine, doa ye movr, Aa oea the lolne washia' ut ouid MivJwr thaow. vrti cirer chick nor a calM to track ia, litrki;cbnisalwyaä utexu piaj Ab' ber vsp en her pron is itlway tct cUne Oca. a- mohjfcty lo.ue carrot 11 tns Wilier O bfcaue. An u 1 ye belave toe. ci SathurJay d'zM Ve hrsrd a rouga ;ip co-nla over our t'.lcht: Au' .aiike rae ould ;uaa, I jM hollared to r.n: Lcck out ay the door and who It nobiht be-" Ar X U rked, Msry tfnrr-by, rt'ar9 me if there Ti:.'c 1 Lomai .Manui. i:i th upptrraon stIr 4. He's tbe landlord; j e re S3, a tua jeris.i, wil a cart). An" te knocked oa the doer of the Wilier O'sLane. An I whispered to M.'chal. "Now , what can it trthv That hi worship is cftltiDeoa Wilder O'Shaner :F. Im rtny corses ä Friday wld n, don ye e, .-o 1 ktfew that it wtea...

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

I 0 THE IMJlASAlOLlS DAILT SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 1 1885-TWELYE PAGES. at 3 o'clcct. A foil attendance o! the c?m zni' ii de lire d. HIN TIIE II H STORE A BIG BOOM MERD CLOT sni n r hah p I u ML III I I I I II Clannel Department! l?ard Wide Embroidered 15Colors and White. Tho Embroidery on ihcso gcols 1 done in Worsted, and thorefore are very cxoollont for washing. The combinations of colors in Flannel and Embroidery are in great variety, and tho patterns are all now and ehoco. Wo have opanod a lare tHjrrrmetJt, which wo woull ba I leased to show at all times. Frioes Always in flail Tumi CREAMOLA. darkest sfciaeoft, icootn and fair. Wrinkles, Mole, Freckles, Flttlnes. Black he Ads. Pimple rumored; Flesh Increased or Reduced: Ualx and Brows colored and restored; Baperfinoui hair permanently removed. The development of the form a specialty. Intereatlng circulars, testimonials, (eald), CCnt3 Mme. E. VKLAKO, 2012 Lexington Ave., N. Y. City. JOS. A. MOORE, 04 C Market Dt., Indiana...

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

I Ilk u J v y i 11 i i -Ii v .1 i i i y TWELVE PAGES. TALMAOE. rhio Babbath 1T Sacrrd to Kt. 'Remember the Sabbath Day to Keep ! It Uoij"-"Veril? My Sabbaths j Ye Shall Kep." ili Diji Shalt Thou Labor and Do All t Thy Work, but the seventh U Hin; Ou It Ye ball Du No Work.' I ;Booklt. Feb. 22. Dr. Talmsge preached j tbe Brooklyn Tabernacle to day on the sijbjeet. The War on the Sabbath." The opening hjmn ai: ' ! arm of the Lord Awake! awake I j Pat ou thy strength, the nations sbake! Vibe text nuUlen from Exodus xxxi , ll; Verily my Sabbaths ye shall keep." illawln la Dr. Talmage's sermon In foil. ije said: The wisdom of cessation from hard labor oh day oat of the seven Is almost universally acknowledgad. The world 3 has found o'ltthatit can do less work in seven dajs tanln six. and that the fifty-two days of tlie year devoted to rest are an addition rrjther than a subtraction. Experiments have been made in all departments. The gfeat Caatlereagh thought he could work his btain 365 da...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JAILY SENTINEL, 8 UND AY MORNING' MARCH 1, 1885 fftjmptotti of I.ov. Tex.a liftings., Pete Jackson, is t colored man working (or Tiff Johnson, on Onion Creek. Swuyback Lucy i alo employed by Tiff ai a house aerTtnt. They are Tery confidenI till with Tiff, and tell Lira all about their prirata affair. A few days ago Pete winked myeteriouily at Tiff, and taking bim off to one side, naid to bim:"Milter Johniing, I want ter confide a great secret to yer." "Whit Is it, Pete?" "Paffota notion ter ask Swayback Lucy ter marry me." 'Üo you think she reciprocates you Affection T" . "What did yer say ahe didf "Do you tbink ehe loTes you ai much uyouaoherH Dat'a what I 'tppicions." "Did ahe tell you boT" j "No, but ahe muut je as well hab tole me ao. When she was goin fru' de yard I punched her wid a pitchfor' and ahe aaia : 'G'way, yer black nigger. I doan want ter hab yer about me.' I tells yer Mister Johnsing dnt when a woman teil yer ter go 'way, she wants yer ter stay righ...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MOBBING MARCH 1, 1885. 11 ET EX Ol.! REED. Seven (tol.l r-U grew tall anl lim, Close bj the riter's tie(Jei brim. Syrinx, the naiad, ftttuxl pt; Fan, the ftoat-hoofed, followed fast. Oh. Ufh ft race wa"joy to ee. Swift a the flight of bird or be. A lightlj bent the girl' white feet They made strange mnic, low and sweet; So hesfil j tro-l the lit! Tan lilt hoof clashed loudly as he ran. He spread his arms to clasp her there (Just as she vanished, into air,) And to hi boom. wrm and rough, lrew the gold reed close enough. Then the wind' low voice hn To hum io the furry ears of 1'ao. Out of jrreen bark he made a tether, And bound sereo joints of the reeds together. And blew a tune so tweet and clear That all the wild things came to hear, o v Bo, to this day. the poet'a fire Sprigs out of his unlked desire, Whn Love on winged ft haa fled. And t.ten gold reeds are clasped instead! Maurice Thompson, in Harper's. ftomethlua Frettb. According to 'the S...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 1 March 1885

Tüll WDIAWAP0LI8 DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAECH 1, 18S5 . r TC3 I-CHD'S PBiTKR Tha Allowins. acroatical paraphrase of the LcrS'a Prayer wm written upwards of billicta-tarya-oby Tbomaa gtortevant. asoldWrof the Twesly-eixth Rejtnentof the United 8tats In- fcatry, when a prisoner of war In the Province j itpptrtuw; I Out Lord and Kiss, who a its enthroned on blah! Fathkb of Light I mysterious Deity! 'Vrnoartlbe greatl Am-iLe lot. the first; .btt ilxhteoos, boly.tnerclful end just. In realms of g ory, scenes where angel sing, 'llCAVBM is the dwelling place of God our Külte Hallowed th 7 came, which doth all names transcend: 'Bl thou adortd. our great. Almighty Friend. Tht glory ahtne oeyond Creation's apace, Kaxs In tbe Book of Justice an of Grace, ' Tht kingdom towers bejond the starry skies; KinoDous sataslc fall, bat Tbln ball Use. Cons, with in ine empire. O thou Holy One. Tht great and everlasting will be dene ! WiL3.God mate mown ills will, Uls power display? . Ex U the wo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 2 March 1885

Mm www INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 2, 1885. WHOLE NO. 10 12Ü. VOL. NXX1V-N0. (51. WHEN INDICATIONS. ron MOXDAY-Generally fnlr and slight. if muriner weather, with vrtsterly wind ard rising barometer lu eastern portion, Mod falling In western portion. Extensive preparations are being made at our Factory for the Spring and Summer Trade, and when the season opens we vill be in the lead -regarding variety, quality and prices, at the "V Ciotning Store. Rare Bargains now in Broken Lines in Every Department, CAT A R R H. Öl milE Great FAlumSc Distillation I. of Witcu-IUzcl, American i'iuu, Canada Kir, MitUoM, Clover Biossoms.,,ctC.1i,allQd Sr.nrorrt' Kadi chI Curf, lor the immediate relief ol O'.arrb, from a simple Cold in tto lied to Losi of Smell. Taste and Hearing, Cousn and Catarrhal Consumption. Complete treatment,consihtlngof one bottle Kadical Cure, one box Catarrhal öolvent and one Improved Inhaler, in in wi 0 i ' SAII fackase, may now be had of )ru3tilst lor J1.C0, Ask for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 2 March 1885

I 2 THE INDIANAPOLIS DA1LT SENTINEL MONDAY MOBN1KG .MARCH 2 1885. FROM TBS SUN DA Y SESTIXEL. TELEGRAPHIC HEWS. General Grant Said to be In a Very Critical Condition, Belog a Terj Sick Maa. .insolvent National Bank Dividends De clared bj the Comptroller of the Cnrrcncj The Treasurer's Opinion. Tito "Future Great" Greatly Flurried Over tho Break In Wheat Hendricks Narrow Escape. UE3EKAL UK A NT'S HEALTH. Ill Condition Kept From the Public to Keep Letters From Pouring la and Exciting Him. lvx Yoek, Feb. IS. Id rezard to General firant's health, Colonel Frederic Grant said to a 1'ost reporter this afternoon : My father Is a very Kick mas; there Is no use la lonscr denying the i-tt. We tare made every effort to keep the true fact from the public, because we knew that as icon as It ihould become known that he was dangerously 111 there would be hundreds of letters coming In with every mall, and this Mould only excite him and make a cure 2cn3 hopeful. My lather has had little rest for tbe ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 2 March 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 2 1885. 3 s ) INDIANA LEGISLATURE. OmisinM and curtailments rf this report fcr uut of space in tliese columns c7i appear i-t on appendix to Volume 2CXI1 of the Brevier Legislative Reports. IN SENATE. Eaiürbay, Feb. 23,1555-9:00 a, m, ASSISTANT iECEETAKY. The Lieaterant Governor laid before the Senate the resignation of Henry CHoffstuur, Ais!s:ant Etcretary of tte Senate, and statt d that by request of the Democratic caucus te would appoint J. D. Carter, of Orange County, to fill the vacancy. On ruction by Mr. HilHg&ss, John D. Carter was elected Asistant Secretary for the remainder of tbe session, the ballot resulting 12 votes for Mr. C, who was sworn in by Jade Pierce Nörten, of the Marion Criminal Court. COIff;F.FS:05AI- AI TOLTIOXMEST. Tte Apportionment bill for Congressional purposes H. K. 122 see page 20C was real the rst time. Mr. WILLAKD moved that it pass to the conti reading without reference to a committee. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 2 March 1885

V IRE IKDJANAl'OLlS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING MAIICH 2 1885. MONDAY, MARCH '2. OFFICE: 71 and 73 Weit Market Street. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Indianapolls Sestlnel for 1885 Dally, Sanday and Week! Edition. DAILY. delivered by carrier, per week S 25 Dailj, including Sunday, per week... SO Dally, per annum, by nail. 10 00 Daily, per annum, by mall. Including Sunday, by rnall....... 12 00 luily, delivered by carrier, per annnm. 12 00 Dally, delivered by carrier, per annum, InCiting Sunday. A n CO Dilly, to newsdealers, per copy 3 & UK DAY SsnJay eiltlon of eighty-four columns- 3 2 00 Hunday Sentinel, by carrier...- 2 50 To new s dealers, per copy .. zy WEEKLY. Weekly, per annum . f l 00 The postage on aubtcriptions by mail ia prepaid by the publisher. Newsdealers aopplled at three cents p:r copy, l'o-itace or other charges prepaid. Entercl as second class matter at the Tostoflicc at Indianapolis Ind. GRANT'S CONDITION. The General's condition at last midnight "WS3 reporte...

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