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

f I f a VOL. XXXIY-NO. 01. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 5. 1SS5. WHOLE NO. 10.12!). WHEN INDICATIOXS. FOR TIIURSnAY-Fatr weatbr In the Ohio valley, and local rates la Tenueee all; stationary, followed by riloc tern. lratar; variable wind. Extensive preparations ere 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 Vi i JM Clothing Storo. Rare Bargains now in Broken Lines in -Every Department. UnyUU Treafnirnt. with lohalrrjor every farm cf Catarrh, U. ASK FOR SANFORD'S RADICAL CUBE. Herd Colin, Watery Discharges from the Nose and Eytr, Ringing No!ses la the Bed, Nervous II apache and Fever Inataatly relieve t. Choking mucus dislodged, inernbrrne cleansed aed fcca'ed, trcath sweetened, smelt, taste, and tearing restored, and ravages checked. Cough, Bronchitis. Droppings Into the Throat, Inics in the Chest, Dyspepsia, Wasting ol Strength and Flesh, Less of Eleep, etc, cured...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 5 March 1885

2 THE IMIAKAIOLIS PA IIA SEKTIKEL THURSDAY MORNINGS MARCH 5 885. forit-eikhth cosuuess. The Senate. Wsbxxgto. D C, March 4. Karly ir the morning tbe report of the rema'nin committee on the amendments to the River and Harbor bill was agreed to. Mr. Jones, cl Nevada, said it was clear that farther ducawlcn cf this bill wu the merest waste of time. He, therefore, moved to lay it on tbe table. Tbe motion was defeated by yeas 17, cays 31. A message from tbe House announced an agreement in the Fostoifice Appropriation bill on every point of difference except that relating to the postal ten-cei. t stamps for let ters requiring ipecial expediters in delivery. Mr. Plumb moyed the Senate recede en this. Agreed to. Mr. Cullom called up his resolution to an thorize the Committee on Transportation Routes to the Seaboard to tit daring the re cess of Congress. Agreed to. The consideration of the River and Harber bill was resumed. At 7 o'clock Mr. Haid submitted the first conference report on the D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 5 March 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 5 1SS5. INDIANA LEOISLATÜHK. Gniuioni and curtail me its of thin report fir uant cf fpacc n ltte co'u'i'U uill appear i i on appendix to Voluhie 2CXII 0 tht rciicr XsgitUittic Reports. IN 8 ENA IE. Wednesday, March I, TIME OF IAL0059. Mr. BAILEY'i bill S. 130 to fix the time cl clctinj? up laloont in Indianapolis and EvanTilie at 12 o'clock midnight Mr. KAHM: It leave the lava In the ether prta of the State at they are, except t Ird!anapol!t and Kvansyille. These two eitlf 3 are metropolitan cities; trains arrive at til Honrs cf the day and night; these cities T under the Metropolitan Police system. It weuld bp no hardship upon other sections of the country. This woald leave election laws as they are. Mr. FO'YLEI.: I doubt very much whether su:h legislation is demanded by e.tl-er of the citizens of Indianapolis or Kiacsville. "Whilst there may be a very rerg element In lavor of sncn legislation, there is a strong element apains...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 5 March 1885

THE IKDIANAl'OLlS DAILY SENTINEL THURSDAY MORNING MARCH 6 1335. THURSDAY, MARCH :. OFFICE: 11 and 73 West Harket Streot. The g. o. p. Ii gone. Consent. Riad the inaugural. It is a gem. Dors it "look like Cleveland" over at the Journal of2ce this mornin?? Sectionalism will sleep for four years very qnistly, and we hope forever. A.n old man was present at the inanima tion yesterd.17 who saw the Capitol burned by the British in 1314. Tfie Illinois Legislature resumed ballot ing (or United Slates Senator yesterday, .'peiker Ilaines deserted Mr. Morrison. Pbesidzst Cleveland took the usual oath yesterday upon the Bible that his mother, now deceased, gave him when I13 was a boy. Thx old Democratic ship is under way, fly ing the stars acd stripes at the masthead. Let us hope for a bon voyage and many ol them. 7f?e Grant bill passed both Houses of Con gress yesterday and was signed by the Presi dent. What will the Blaine organs do cow for something to howl about? The craJ e is 1 mpty. Othel...

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

THE XA'JJIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL THL:KSDA MORNING MAltCII 5 1S35 5 LEGISLATIVE NOTES. If ho Houo Again Refuses to Con sider tho Appropriation DIU, Ine Apportionment Bills Awaiting the Signature of the GoTernor to iJecome Law. Senate Congratulates Messrs. Cleveland and Hendricks Talk of an Extra Session Other Notes. The Appellate Court bill a subatttate lor tiiit of Senator Weir was passed by the fctLHte jesterday afternoon. Mr. Eailey's bill permitting saloons in certain citieitobe kept open till 12 o'clock, 2-i Jniht, was defeated In the Senate yeater t?er by a vote of 27 to IT. The House yesterday concnrred in the v33nate amendments to tee Congressional and Legislative apportionment bill by a vote r,l f.H to Irs. To become laws the iaatnre only of the Governor is wantiDL- Tae llilitia bill was called np in the House :t i:"0 yesterday afternoon, and Mr. Helm spoie upon it till the afternoon adjonrn irint. when it went over till this morning. rI te fronds cf the measure have hopes ...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL THURSDAY MORNING MARCH 5 1665 7 MAMM AND COUOERCIiL. AND STOCKS. Nwr York Financial Market. Irw TORS, March 4. Money Easy at 1J$ per f ct , clocd at 1 j er teat. . Xrtc:e Mercantile. Pper-4 Pr cent. vrrtmtut Loads -Fours declined !J; ottcri nLCtanrel. P.ste Load -Dull and a shade lower. Kliway Fends Comparatively quiet. la tie stock market there was even less dolngla tte forenoon than In the rime hoars yesterday, n't the raaje of pri:es for the general list up to 12 c'clx'lc was on'y very sightly changed fron t nlctt'i closing Enures, la the lait hour the market rii weak, and in t e first half hrur there was ft decline of H to 1J. the latter on Lackawin xu, which, It iru rumort 1, was being tell out by ,i - Vitite tool. T:ar.sflCtlons cn ß'.ock Exchange ssyrf rated (t. tfcarcs, of which 57.CO0 were Lackatinna. . Ksr.as and Texas. 25 COO Lake sno-w 4.ol0 :.'f.rthweteru. 31.CC0 1'AClliC Ma'.I, 3t) St. Paul, r5.&XNew York Central. eovianxtsv sxcrRrrm...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL THUKSDAY MOllNlNO, 3!AIt('!I ö 1335. THE MAJOR'S INCONSISTENCY 'la th C"ne ol Common tlamanltj." ; t v:d lo'-vky. We were dfic-ssing early and imprudent marriages. M7 friend, Major Bract, at gen erös and nob a can as ever benefited bis kind, wa very tetere oa the early impru dent niarxiage. Araong other thinjrf, he averred that in caie a son of his should mir ry without fully deliberating upon auch a sericas ttep, he would cnt him off without a cent. Of coune we were loud in our re monstrances, bat the Major persisting in hi3 cold-blooded assertion, fortified himeelf anew by juotir g 1h eld saying, "When porerty corses in at the window, love files out at the door." "I do not believe it," said Arthur Lysle In a quiet tose. We all turned to Mr. Lysle he had little to say; was so avarse to arga zuent, that his positive statement, made toi, i; tn face of the Major's opinions sur I riied es. Wfceiner you believe it or not, that doas ret eilect the truth on...

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

THE BBS YORK STÖRE ICSTXIlIiiailEO 1SSS.I 8 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL THURSDAY MORNING: MARCH 5 1SS5. Flannel Department! ?ard Wide Embroidered Flannels! Colors and White. Tho Embroidery on theso goals ü done in Worsted, an3 therefore are very excellent for washin?. The combination!: of colors in Flannel and Embroidery era in great viri ety, and the patterns are all no ft and choice. Wo have opanod a laro Mfccrtment, rhch wö woull be llcased to show at all tlmoa. Prices Always ia Plain Tumi PETTIS,BlSSETT&CQ JOS. A. MOORE, 4 U.' Market Ct., Indicnapolis, Ind Interest allowed cn deposits, la sums ol I and Cprd. Money to I.oan on Improved City and Farm Frcrerty in Indiana and Ohio. C;ij, ror.nty and Town Eonds, and Purchased Üor:ey Notes, boughj und Bold. No loan aarte except auch as are secured tT Cm mortise ou real estate, with a lare margin of accurity, or by collateral navin? t. market Foreign Exctaage lor sale oa ail parts of tbe world. A. THIS WEEK HE OFFER A LARGE STO...

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

YOL. XXXIV-NO. 65. INDIANAPOLIS, FJUDAY MORNING, MARCH 6, 1885. WHOLE NO. 10,13. WHEN INDICATIONS. roil FRIDAY Fair weather; In Tennes see valley partly cloudy weather, followed by local ralos; In the Ohio valley slightly iaimrr and eoutherly wind, shifting wtit erly In the weitern portion. Extensive preparations arc 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 Clothing Store. Kare Bargains now in Broken Lines in Every Department. DON'T Forgot wo have thoronownol PIANOS In All Stylos- Grands, Squires and üprißhto. ThooPfoffliniCo. S2 sd S I Rorth Feoiisilv&nis St. Everett rianoi. Btoty & Clark Orcaca. Ttinln. rrpalrlnK und moving a specialty. BIRD PAGES. Milking 1 : rl , Red Pud, F.mott and Ca. iifliy Cep,e, Piceilinj; and h'.juitrcl Cege Springs ami I look. 'I lie t est Pird Seed aed tlravel. Trt tone; Ibid Food, CHARLES fclAYEK & CO., ta and SI VV. Waahlnixton...

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

2 THE IMlIAKArOLIS DA IIA' SENTINEL FRIDAY MORNING JMAKCH 0 1885. THE PEOPLE'S D.W. Transferring the Oorernment to Demo cratlc Hands The IloosUr State Tartlcl. patlug anil 8pctatlng; The lleeord of tier Representatives Oar Una 31. W. Carr Look on Through Editorial Glases. Wajshisgtox, March i. At noon to day the transfer was made of the people's author ity to GroTer Cleveland and Thomas A. 3fendrick to act In their respective capac Itya? Tresidentand Vice President of the United 8taUs. Nearly a half million free Hi en witnessed the deed and the ratification, and the pomp and splendor of the spactacle have co parallel in the hiatory of the Re public. This day Is pre-eminently ths peo ple's day, for their will silently expressed by the ballot has been duly obeyed and re ceived with all the formi of law and custom. The machinery of one of the greatest governments of the earth, with all its power, has quietly and peacefully changed hands, and all the passions, and Jove and power, and ha...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH G 1885 3 INDIANA LEUISIjATUKB. (hnifsioni and curtailment 9 of ti$ report for want of tpaee ix these euiu vill appear in kncpjulixto Volume, XXII of Vit lire tier Legumtiie HeporU. IN SENATE. TncRDAT MoRMSfi, March 5, 1S. DITCH LAW. Mr. SELLERS moved that the bill H. R. 1' to abolish the otSce of Ditch Coramls i:cner bn read the lirat time by sections and ibe f orr tlrr.e by title. Mr. WK.R: The present law it a system cf ro'ottry. Under the present law a man lüfav itart a litch scheme aol rcb the people of tbonsanda of dollars. We need some leg islation upon this question ; the people are expecting and demanding it. In one county of this 6tate I aai told there are over sixty executions that bare been returned, while the property ai3essl f.s benefited is not suf ficient to pay the execution. This is an in famous law and os-'ht to be changed. Mr. YOL'CHE: I hope that motion will not prevail. There have been bills Intro duced here ...

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

THE INDIANAJL'OLIS DAILY SENTINEL FRIDAY MORNING- MARCH G 1885. FRIDAY, MARCH C. OFFICEi 71 and 73 Weat Market Street. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Indianapolis Seatlnel for IHK. Dally, Sun day and Weekly Editions. da i:.v. De'.lTCied by carrier, per weei $ 25 Daily, Including Sunday, per week 30 VaUj, per annum, by mall. ..... 13 00 Dally, per annum, by mall, including: Sun da y, by mall 12 00 Daily, delivered by carrier, per laaom. 12 10 Dally, delivered by carrier, per annum, In eluding Sunday............. It CO lull j, to newsdealers, per copy 3 SUNDAY. fi-inlay edition of eUhtv-fuur column. 3 2 00 HanSay Bentlncl, by carrier 2 M) To new dealers, per copy CJ VEK.K I.Y. Weekly, per annum. S 1 00 The potai-e ou aubicrlptlona by mail U rrepald by the publisher. Newsdealers supplied at three cents psr copy. I'ot&ce or other charges prepaid. Entered as second clafs natter at the I'ostoßlco et I u dl ant pol la, Ind. THE IN AUG LR iL, ETC. We are prepared to farniah oar friends of the S...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILl' SENTINEL FItIDA MORNING MARCH' G 1835- 5 THE CABINET. Coraetbinjr of tba Democratic Opinion With Reference to Mr. Cleve land's Adyleere. The announcement of Mr. Cleye'ana'a Cabinet yesteidsy was well received by the local Democracy, and the opinion on all tides was freely expressed that he had called round him a clasa of men in whom ihe country as well as the party repose the TitiLOst confidfcce. Some thought that the Cabinet cfiicea could possibly Laye been f etter distributed, trat no one appeared to deel the least donbt regarding the ability, He jatriotiem or the epecial fitness ttf Mr. Cleveland's advisers for lfc! re?rective pcsitions which they iad been called npon to 11. With the ex- teptionof one or two, they are all men of 3org: experience in public life, arid are con lessedlv io the front rank of American statesmanship. The opinion prevaili amon tbe local Democracy that the selections of ihe President are an earnest to the people 11 ut Iiis administ...

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

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL I lilDAY MORNING 3IA1U II ü 18S5 llBilCUL AKD COMÖERCIAL HONEY AND STOCKS. Nrw York Financial Markst. NEW TORS, March 5.-Moae j-Ewy at 11J , per cent.. cloed at 1 per cent. Prine Mercantile Paper-4 35 per cent. Government Eondi -Four and a hall per cents y lower; others unchanged. Kailw7 Eondj-Fairly active. Prices generally firm. state Eonds -Quiet. Tbe stork market was feverish and irregular this morning, with prices generally to J percent lower than last even in. Most business of the forenoon was cod fined totaling in Lackwann. Northwestern, Ne York Central, St. Paul, Lake Shore and Fadiic Mail, all of .which were active, the total tales f oz the forenoon being nearly as large as for the whole o! yesterday. Although the excitement In tbe stocks mentioned subsided pome hat after midday and prices yielded, there was a renewal of the acti vity later In the day, accompanied by Increased strength In most of the stocks, which continued to the close. So...

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

1 UK Aal'.TiOr TIIIC fJOMIMNV Alt K A-t fOt.b').Vi Cali on band an t In tha daiida of erfüllte or Olio r pt-isiui iitniitoii iwuii im THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH ft 1835. DRATK IN ADVEUJilTT, At Mr. I.oiiidals'i irlitocritto mtnalon the tullat Uttera wr bronht In with tht ICUj tritt colle, to that Mr. I-onsdalawas J.itaulJljr eatlm or antra uiarmalada when her husband read out Ui rontanta of tha JttUr ilh a hUck (1x4 which U 1 juil coma t irons Woon Mountain, r l.tfi it tf o ? trhceit Mr. I'Oittilil. "And wtiti itt iSunttUrt What v-ryttn plÄnl rlremi!Unr!M "Ith wm my mitt rotiln,M mil Mr, l,t)M.i iU. MA brijtht a girl as i ever saw. t tll lf. Nmuiir-nlth 111(10 hMlUtidti". 'era couMu'l Uk .r lit here?" 'TiUliir In luftt?'1 m-mial Mrs, I. int Ula almost In ii scream. "Wtijr wtire tvtld i mU widow AinUii yowiitf woman? S lllly ItMVPli'l fei'MC lUMIUtl to 1 it miM(iltmintiVM7 ' 'Well, II. I'm sonr fur imr Mary," Mid Mr, I miNtUl "I think Imtt Iii Mut i I ye I ...

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

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL FE I DAY MORNING? MARCH (5 1885. TIE OKI YORK STORE IEDTABLI0III3O lOSSj Flannel Department! Yard Wide Embroidered Flannels ! -IK- Colors and White. Tho Embroidery on thoso gooia it done in Worsted, and thoroforo are very excellent for washing The combinations of colors in Flannel and Embroidery aro in great vari etyf and tho patterns are all now and choice. Wo havo opanod a laro assortment, whtoh wo would bo pleased to show at all times. Frices Always ia Plain Fiprcs. pettis.bIssett&co JOS. ArMOORB", 84 2. Market St., Indianapolis, Ind Interest allowed oa deposits, In lums of S and cpward. Money to Loan on Improved City and Farm Prox-erty in Indiana and Ohio. City, County and Town Bonds, and Purchased Money Notes, bought and sold. No loans made except such as are secured by first mortgage on real estate, with a lare mtrln of security, or ty collateraia caving a market alne. Foreign Exchange for tale on all parts of the world. A. THIS WEEK HE OF...

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

VOL. XXXIV-XO. GO. INDIANAPOLIS, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 7, 18S WHOLE NO. 10,131 WHEN INDICATIONS. TOR SATUUDAY-Falr and slightly cold er weather, preceded In the Ohio valley by local loom; winds generally -westerly and Ktcerally higher barometer; preceded In the extreme northeastern portion by fe.ll It c barometer. Extensive preparations arc being made at our Factory for the Spring and Summer Trade, and when the season opens ve will be in the lead regarding variety, quality and prices, at the N H ria Clothing Store. Rare Bargains now in Broken Lines in Every Department. 20 Years f As Ended. The Cuticura Reme dies Triumphant. Ill AVE teen aff.Ioted for twenty years with an ctutlnate tkla disease, callel by some M. D's p-oriagis, end others, leprosy, commencing oa my alp. and in fpite of all 1 could do, with ihe help of the mo&t skilful doctors. It slowly but surely ex tended, until a year ago this winter it covered my ntiie person in the form of dry scales. Tor tbe last three re...

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

THE IMJAKAIOLIS J) AI LT SEKT1KEL SATLUDAY "MOKKIKG AI AUCH 7 iS85. A FATAL LOCOMOTIVE. Twice Wrecked t the Same Spot, and Now JFiplodlDZ Not Far Away From It. Wilcescari'.e, Fa, March 0. "I hear that a Itconiotire known as the Oakland Hew op the other day on the Sharpsrille Railroad und killed her engineer," eaid Abel Oariett, a veteran railrcad man, 'and that reminds me of two siPRnlail accident that happened to the (axe locomotive. In the spring of 171 Charley Greene was her engineer. He was backipg with her toward Bharpsville. Besides the engineer and fireman a weigher in one of tne mines named Jleiily was riding in the cab. When two miles from Sharps- vilif a cow suddenly ran oat of the woods and jumped on the track in front of the ten der. The tender struck the cow, and both it and the eDgine were thrown offot the tr&cV, the tender tumbling down the bank on one tide of the track and the engine on the other. She ro'.lea over and plowe J her dome into the ecft ground almost ...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING, 31A1K.'1l 7 1885. 3 INDIANA LEQlSUTCUti. lOnf.Mfoni ad virttil '' .''' report ftr vant ofipnce in Vast (it'll: !' Vjill (ipf't'lf t'i u . .utndiz I t Vo'uttu T.V uj t-'t i.'rner IN SENATE. Fmi4Y, March t, Wtp.HT AM MKAH'I.H. On n ction üf Mr. K0WLEI1. the bill II. ):. H'.! to Jf;u'a'e welgbta and ineaaurea was I f?d Ij yeas nays a i on i er.r.;,i. n motion by Mr DAY, the constitutional wm suspended, and the bill 8. c jn. . i I r f: ferrie was read second time by title, the third tirr.e by lectlons- Mr. 2LVCRUKK: This biil, ai a matter ol c,r f, Is gf Ler.tl in its character, bat local U its implication. It bat no' particular ap 1 icatlcn except In the city of Jefferson Tille. Tiereople in the vicinity of Jeifersonville I ave complained of the charge of ten cent i(t fco: paengcrs. The Conon.issioners of f.'ark County have ordered thera to carry plungers for live cents, but thty have re fused to accede to the demand of the Com r!ticner...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING" MARCH 7 18S5. SATURDAY, MA. RCU 7.. OrriCE: 71 and 73.Tet Market Street. KATES OF SUKtXRirriOX. Indianapolis Sentinel for 18S.i-DIij, Sun. day and Weekly Edltlou. DAILY. Delivered by carrier, per week S 25 2ily, including Sunday, per wee 30 Dally, per annum, bj nail 10 00 Daily, per annum, by nail, including: Sun day, by rnall 12 0Q Iuily, '".eiivered by carrier, per annum....... 12 00 Iuily, delivered by carrier, per annum. In cluding Sunday H CO I).iliy. to newsdealers, per copy 3 SUNDAY. Fnn !ir edition of elhtv-four columns- ? 2 00 Hur. iay Sentinel, by carrier 2 50 T. uew. lealers, per copy- Z WEEKLY. W eo'iiy, r er annum 1 1 00 The postage on aubtcriptions by mail is prepaid 7 tLe publisher. Newsdealers supplied at three etat pr copy. l'Crtase or other charges prepaid. Entered as second clas matter at the Tostoflice at Indknspolis, Ind. THE IXAU(iti:VL,ETC. We are prepared to famish our friends of the Stale press in supplementa...

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