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

- TrfE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING MARCH 7 1S33 5 . ' ! 1. t HEADY FOR OCCUPANCY. Scß.catlon r One or the Finest High School Udldings In the Country. Speeches by Prominent Citizen, Among Wfcorn Are Ex-Governor Porter, J. W. Holcomb, Professor V. A. Bell and May or LIcMaster. The new Efpb School baildirg, coraer of 2k.'ickigaa and I'ennsjlvania streets, .wai dedicated last night, and. more than COO eopIe assembled to witness tbe exercises, vrere of a very interesting character. Hhe baildln?, a lengthy description ot which ha been given heretofore, was Lril lia: tly lighted from top to bottom, and a Jarze cumber Of persons were wandering Jhroogh the lower halls a3 early as 7 o'clock, at vrn!ch thus the doors were thrown open. The fro"dra8 not adnrtted to the lare ar.d t!-?ant tfsenibly tall on tbe second Slor ntH. nearly 8 o'clocfc. ITfhefa were in att? r.ftaac to leat everybody, and foar real 3i e rolicsmen were stationed at the door to jreveat a crash. This spacious...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 7 March 1885

G THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATVRDAY MORNING MARCH 7 1885 TO1CI4L AND COMMERCIAL. Hü.Vßi' AVI) STÜCKS. Nw York Fibaavial Market. NEW TORS. March f. Money Easy-at Pr cent., clecd a; I rer cent. Prime :ierc&a!le Paper -4 3 r'r cent. Government Kinds -quiet at IJ per cent. rejis trred ., higher at II'.;.; coupons, advanced t lid. Kailwsy Bond Prien in many cases thow & fraction lower. rtate Bonds -S'.ro i and quiet. The steck nitric: sw sirens and very aitle a cper.isK this moraine and Srt prices were s?-n r ally ?i to ?; higher than the close lt venia?, fron which there was a Hrther slight advance and oa which room traders rea'izid to tuen tu exteat that a reaction wa brought abo.;t, curj-iag qio Mt oii below the opouin price Tnia a fo lord by recivtrr, sud although the market wis k'l active alter the first hour it Continue 1 troJ2 until tetween 1 aLd 2 o lock, when the hlshjtt I n ot the day generally were reached. i.'icre vere several important modification ftnif the r...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MOUSING. MA IK.' II 7 1SS5. 11JE SAP.l'Y IJU05T. Jcup'a Sirpj ow&i ft fit? Jarm less than ft Joxeu tr.Ur from a grf at western city, and he tt liwt. if noonee'M. will bear teitl mooy to th trniL of tb: ghost itory; also ti tU fact that. previous to teeing tb ghost, he Jut uct brieve thro could be each a tbiuy. Altboca tbe owntr of a farm, he ii not i Ittu.tt in one tecs tf tho word, but Jeictis hit time to buying und Sellin utock. Th! offen ncfiltfttei long rldi into the snrrrnrdlntr. country, ftnd sometimes far ; f 1 1 ; the b' ;bt )ni prounrnt tialt In Mr. Sarpy's tin r itc-ter tnuit not to namr ntloned. He n fc,a;s cartful tt Impress upon Ms f rlcc?r that he wos an out and OQt temper nce man. II bel oved m temperance, bat not in Intemperance. The spiritual com mand: e je temperate la all tblngV he conilJertd applied to eating and sleeping as wM ai drl:ilng. On the other hand, tern l exance did not rnan total abstinence. This he wai cer...

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

i 8 THE INDlATvATOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING MARCH 7 1885. THE Ml M STORE ! i fCttXJLlSXjX&XXXJO 158) 1 Flannel Department! . Yard Wide Embroidered Flannels! IS- Colors and White. The Embroidery on these goo2s ii done in Worsted, and thcroforo are very excellent for washing The combinations of colors In Flannel and Embroidery are in great vari ety, And the patterns are all ne w and choice. Wo have oponed a lare assortment, which we wcull ba pleased to show at all times. Prices Always ia Plaia Fiprcs. ?ettis,bIsTett& CO JOS. A. MOORS, 64 C Market St., Indianapolis, Ind Interest allowed on deports. In rams of J5 and upward Money to Loan on Improved City and Farm Fropcriy ia Indiana and Ohio. City, County and Town Bonds, and Purchased Ifoney Note, bought and sold. No leans nade except such m are iccnrel by flrt mortgage on real estate, with a l&rxe margin of tecurity, cr by collaterals navine a market false. Foreign Exchange for tale oa all puts of the world. A. TH...

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

VOL. XXXIV---NO. G7. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MOItNING, MA11CII 8, 1885---T WJ2IVE PAGES. WHOLE NO. 10,132. D O .N ' T Fcrget we have thorenownol PIANOS In All Styles Oracda, Equirc3 and Uprifihta. Theo PMin & Co. 32 ind SSNortb PennnlTania St. Everott Piano. Staiy & Clark Organs. Tuning, repairing and moving a specialty. SIMON BUNTS, AJTD Wholesale Liquor Dealer S4 W. Wahinsffln St.. Indianapolis. DREW, SACKETT & CO.'S uim Wcekoi MOIVOAY, IVXarcli Qtli. Greatest Show We Curiosity Hail: WEIGMAN'S Automatic Wonder ! The Clockmaker's Droam. BOZ Tbe Canino Paradox. He spells -vords given him bv - audience, lie oivea mcs la arithmetic e distinguishes colors. He tells the dayo. iii eek. mont!i or year. Thousands visited hini .au week. THE HUGE SERPENTS, From CentrI Tart. New Ycrk 25 feet in length, awallowins a whole sheen at once. 3P 13 0 INT ! Strengen Man of This Age. A Veritable Hereale. Lat Weelc ol Sir Joseph Lucasie, The Madasaucar Wonder. ISS JENNIE QUIGLEY, The Iiiliputi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 8 March 1885

1 t THE IMJJANArOMS DAILY SI-KTlKIil. SINDAY MOItKIKO JWAUOH 8 J88.r). i I I HUND AY, MA Mil i AMltHKir.Nr,". t IIARbOTTK TllUMr'UN AT K '!. 'h, This week the worahl; n at IhiShrlnoot Thalia will hnve Ui opportunity to llit-u to o) of hr tnottacs,mu!it'l leiteiui, Mim Ch.trlotta Thompson. C. U. if ral,t, oris of Vte best actors of the day, ti by lotting inpiort. To-moinw nL-ht thonei vanlou of MJnc i:jr." bo pWn, lth Mr. OmUm "Lord IIcchMttr," character ha portraya with wonderfnl power. iany who UTeiem thecll er.lon d this May will h surprised to ne the new Ideas ti at others left tindlicovered brought o it am- made to ahlne radiantlj-. For Instate, fit "tiro" icenr, lu which June r.jru reicoei "Lord llocbottr," It mad to itrm (so rctlaitj f ante aom time to eOapsa bsf-ir the audi or reallz that it la not irenulne cta. troptf, There are other ellaiti Jmt iti lit tercttnir ncl ai truthfully portrayed that are worthy cf beinr; withered. The following from one of the leading Lastern Jo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 8 March 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 1885. 3 rT tla Can day Sentinel. V W AIT II. Ca. je rich men, lend assii'.ince To the poor around you thrown : Ere 70a help the foreign aisilons Think of raiis'.ons here at hone. All round you they ere lirfnv, All unheeded tbey may die. Lt you fcjr your kindne help theo To rtnemoer Cüriit la nl?a. Uoatoat tn ttretts and Her. Wfcere Godi word ii r ever i&own ; There la nambtri yon wl I flad them. They, cor tcaitea here at home. Go there witboat worldly pride. Go with buiaole hearts of lore, Seek them, though In feir they hide. Tell theia of a life atove. Go behind the rr!oa wall. There you'd flad them low la crime. Tell them that oa Christ to call, Tell then cf II U lore divine.. Go withla the dark ncd cell. Do sot hsve a though: to shirk Labor that lica there before yoa. God will tless yea la ycur work. Oh. remher whea yon're siring To the heathens o'er the sea. There are wretched oacs around yoa That you do no: try to ec. 0 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 8 March 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 8 1885---TWELVE PAGES. m. wm in i! j n 17 It the largest and best newspaper published in Indiana, CONTAINING 104 COLUMNS. Free from Partitas PwIItl sal Sectariaa Bias. Oa all subject of public interest It ex presses its opinions accordins 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 mora tag, excluding only that which is prurient or Immorally sensational. In few words, the Bei? day Sixtikxl 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. The BrsDAT Scxtiscl's influence will be Riven in aid f the Elevation and Advancement ef Woman to the true position which is hers by virtue of natural justice. Trice, 2 per year; twenty cents per month, delivered br carrier; five cents per. copy. 0 V' C TWELVE PAG-ES. SUNDAY, MA...

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

p 5 THE IN.DIANAPGLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 8 1885-TWELVE RAGES. t . , , OUn C3CIAL LIFE. 5As Seen la nL.tare TIotts cr Indba cpclb Pcopls. A. Complete Ilecord of Society Events, Together Wita the Comln and 1 Coins of the Capital City Denizens. : ITOe Society coluraa o! the Sttnday Sentinel li a special feature, and aa effort La made with each, edition to I urn lxl: auch a column aa will be o! inter est to all the readers ot the Sentinel. We hope the trlandi of the Sentinel will Uli I urniah cs with 'matter for this department, an assure them that all men Item are used If practicable. In prepar :ag society Item, pleaae use but one tide of the paper. All ltexni for this col a ran samt be tlsned :try the author, not for publication, bat for oui -own protection. I j F. 31. Ryan Is In Chicago. Fran Yallle la convalescent. J. D. Lyle. cf Columbus, is at the Bates. . Ex-hherlH Hess went to Chicago "Wednesday. $ "Frank Mal'.ory has returned home to Terra : Haute. 11. Council,...

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

0 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SKNTJKL frUKJMY 1.01.MIJ NAI.CII t$ gtfö JCIltf .BROWN AND CAPTAIN COOK. Emlalecencea of the Harper's Ferry Trials. The Daring Young Wandsrer Who Ordered 111 Own Cottln-Hts Apiarnnr In Jail. 'I hd lonq desired for a literary purpose, tTritts George Alfred Townsend la the Cincinnati Enquirer, to cbtain from Senator Daniel W. Vocrheea bis reminiscences of the trial of John Brown, where he was coasel for Cap tain John E. Cook, and made In Cook's be half one of the most remarkable peeche in causes celebres of hfslory. Mr. Voorhees Is 9 much employed in bli public avocations that it wts with as much difficulty as reine tance that he obliged me a night or two ago TTith this moat interesting story. I have un dertaken to jot it down for myself, bnt per n ips when I have finished it, it may ba bet ter preferred in print. I think there can be no Impropriety In the publication if I so conclude. Beginning slowly and with refaction, Mr. Voorncf s epoke to me, somewhat as...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 8 March 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY . MOIlNING, MARCH 8 1885. 7 I T70HLD. nil Intended that thtsa colunns shall record -S3l work ta 11 the varied field of cMfalnee izT.zji cpinloa rcrpectlne wonen, aad Toica the vtr4 and thought of women. It la hoped that tir7 raj In Mine xacaturc eacoaras r r.-1 treng th C3 TToata la every worthy e2ort,ald:' It i lv lz3 the problem of lelf-aapport, protec that, ttrsnxh knowledge cf forms of business and law Izrpfxa theia to attain to their rtthtral position, tzl tana ttrouga enlightened, elevated wonaa fcisd eaaoble the hone, the race, the Nation. 'YVomaa'a World" la wide. At wl.'e, M mother, CJ Lono-maier. m worker, as educator, M phllan tlrcplit. at comrade, at cJtUcn. and u a hunanibe tZZ WOUita u everywhere building for herself and tCX C32 oratio a. Troa ail sections of this world, brUX reporti of Individual and organired work, Etn Items, thoruhts. lupresUoaj and lüQüdrieJ era Invited f er these colanna, A&lxzz all such connunlcatlona to...

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

LCC i u W STORE iC3?A.r:xiorxx3i iocs i ' r I ' j 'the Sole Agency -TOX- LI'S BAZAE Glove Fitting' i PAPER PATTERSS. I ' I?errot Fitting. I Xuiiil' Uul;ritool. C2Evory stylo in every sizo noar In o:ocK. PETTIS.BASSETT CEE AMOL A. Will calQ tbo dirirst fkinsoft. emootn and fair. Wrinkles," Moles, Freckles, fit- ttzun, ElaciheoGa, Piraple removed; Ficsa In crefel or KeJnced: Hair and Brows colored and restored j BaperÖnous hair permanently re coved. The development of the form a spe cialty. Ia tcrcsllzg circulars, testimonials, Scaled), 4c?ntJ Mrae. K.VKI.AKO, 2012 Lexington Ave., N. Y. City. I JOS. A. MOOES, -Ol E. Market St., Indianapolis, Ind Interact allowed on deposit, in rams of 25 and upward. Money to Loan on Improved City and Farm Property In Indiana and Ohio. Cit7, bounty and Town lionds, and Purchased Honey Kote, bought and sold. No loans made except such as are secured by Crrt cortnsje on real estate, with a large margin ct security , or by collaterals naving a market Talne...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 8 March 1885

i i Km irP" 7 i. 1 TWELVE PAGES. TAUIVGE. Oao llucdr. 1 and Hloty w M iub era llerelv the Klzht Hand of Fellowship from Dr. Talmag?. A Sermon on tho Flood Alas and Did My Savior Blood and Did My Sovereign Die?" rii Rloml of ChrUt lilt Hon Cieanseth from bin" ow ball W Km- cape If VFe tfeglect So Great liar- vest Home. Brooklt. March 1. There wa a gea "Harvest Ha na" la ths Brooklyn Taber nac!e this morning. Oae hundred and ninety new members stood u-- in the aisles and received the right hand of fellowship from Dr. Talmsge, and to each one an ap propriate word of counsel or congratulation wu addresdl Tbl iü a lea the communion member ship ot this church 3,201. Tbe open ing hymn was: Alas, and did my Bavlonr bleed, And did my forereign UleT The subject of tbe sermon was "the Blood," and the text was from I. John, 1. 7 ' The blood of Jems Christ, His 8on cleanaeth ua from all ain." Dr. Tal mage lid: Eighteen centuries ago there 11 red one Jesus. Publlus Lentulus. In a letter to the Ro...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 8 March 1885

i .. . "V a - 1 4 I i 4 i 4 7 f I i' ; t I C Jeanne oft t rit - ' bn n d jr t aUrt if etui' ! ! Mir Min, Hh p!rui?-l Ii r b"i! It, Inn I y, An-t anere. Irjlj, "J oti nine," Ah, dear, If I r mne f," I rn !, t "I VTy ",v "" if' "n nutn. ' Why, hat' II. in', r'" Ii" rrj.lil, J Ol frJM-te, Uf J l'U um." AI, why by er.Mne b you try To lrnh fro in niy b rt I fUtnf Why houl.l ji.u lay jonr klndneaa bj Ad l y rroiy, 'Jf m ainf "I merit tot o f 'r dt. I ha? not wraW. "f rank, or frn; put ynu ha t l Ii yu l'". , 1hn why tbia hauiM 'Je ou alme? Pul with fon'iiminnli" art ah flayed hörn momenta rnor hr running jprne, And on rnr lrt I burdma Uit H hrr Ulf-ntTing MJ im aim. Arn lot Into tT fentiirea f aine; Hb ktad n. rrtlni:. .Wd oit ak? O, mon mourf ) l'i"'. ) 'im." - (CMrnsu Tritun. ncncuAi TniL tiiii at lant. (Exchange) A ttout black-whikcrel man at lm cedlitel In front of me in tho railroad car, and indulged from time to time in th inwt strange and unaccountable EuncauTrcs. Everj now and the...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 8 March 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SEKTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 8. 1886. 11 OÄI.T A HOMAX. Only woman, shrivelled and tM. The prey of the winds fnl the rey of the cold, Cheek that are unken, t'yea that are shrunken. Lip that were nerer o'erboM. Only woman, forsaken ani poor Asking aa aim? at the bronae church door. Hark to the organ! roll upon roll TLe warea of im music go over the ouS! Mka rutlei past her, Thicker ani faster. The great bell eeaea it toll. J'aio would ahe enter, but not for the poor Swingeth wiie open this bronre chuchdoor. Only a woman! In far-off days Hope carolled to her happiest lays; Ho me bo. j misled her. Homebody kied her, Somelxxly crowned her with praise. Kornetxxly ftced up the battle of life. Strong for her sake wh was mother or wife. Somebodv lies with a tresa of her hair I-itchi on bis heart where the death-ahadowa are; Somebody waits for her Opening the pat a for her. Giving delight for despair. Only a woman nevermore poor Lea i in the snow at the bronxe church...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 8 March 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 8, 1885 12 HUNKf. M.OU Tilg fftKMCK OF VICT01 Ill'uO. Brown tTenlnz followed oa tht ilnklna inn n i a no R lorn nnrinou im ,m And touched an atvl wan, wtioe juarnev near i j aoni, Bat pensive look lug toward the weateru way. 1ft Uwolt aa paator ehepherd, en the moon tain And. lit til youth, from lw and coitom fr ee. iappj, tnoadi poor, wnen inmowi Mil, be piped . Coon bi fluu the charms of liberty. Wow f Jen and old, the peat Hoe deep within oil; bta vji many cninra m" iiu Yet. wane hl Dock return, at nltj. o'er pi In ana moil, . Detaahed froaicartb, hit ejee to Heauu a puti Tot day o aooti to end, it worth tht day Tot paauir'dreema beneath tha aiure dorn to Ctrort ntni, mcaiurttcM, u'e LtaebopeVoT Jiitt ntu at the unopened tomb. O solemn Ulmet the mountains trot) J I Uui To calna7the elaoroos wluda have euuk 1 ig ft Tbl o'd mn. llr,t. sai m tho ttlliu sun lt iun loo i ttt Mary lunol. In Horn Journal, TOO LITE. irtaCoruhlll Maa-...

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

Si YOL. XXXIV-NO. 08. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 9. 18S5. WHOLE NO. 10,133. 1 WHEN INDICATIONS. VOli MONDAY Fair anl warmer we th n winds becoming variable, and then shifting to aootherlj. Extensive preparations are 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 tun 7 lis JiiaJS Clothing Store. Rare Bargains now in Broken Lines in Every Department. Ccuplfte Trf-atnnit, with !nhaler,fer ever? foru cf Catarrh, SI. ASK FOR SANFGRD'S RADICAL CURE. ITfr.d Colds, Watery Discharges from tho Nose and Eye. Biasing Notses in tbe Head, Nervous Headache end Fever insUnily relieved. Che Ins mucus dislodged membrane cleansed acd healed, breath sweetened, smell, taste, and hearing restored, and ravages checked. Cough, Eronchtti?. Droppings Into the Throat, Pains In tbe Chc?t, Dyspepsia, Wtinz of Strength and Flesh, Lota of Sleep, etc., cured. Oce bottle Eadical Cure, one box Catarrha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 9 March 1885

2 THE IÄLIAKAPOLIS DA1L1' SEKTIKEL MONDAY MOKKIKG MAIICH S) 1880. FROM THE SUSDA Y SESTIXEL. THE NATIONAL CAPITAL Members ol Cleveland's Cabinet Are Ready to Assume the Various Po sitions Assigned Tüem. No "Lot Up" In the Numbor of Ca lera at thoWhtta Houso Grant's Commission. THE SEW CABINET. Ihej eernlly Take the Oath of Oilice In the Different Departments Notes and Incidents of the Occasion. VA?n:yr.TO, March 7 The formal transferor me Treasury Department from ex-Secretary JIo Culloch to Secretary UannlDg took place this mornln. The new Secretary was escorted to the Department by the retiiirg Secretary, who called at his house for him. Eoon after their arrival Mr. McCulloch presents Assistant Secretaries French and Coon to Secretary Manning, who had cot yet taken the oath, but who "aid he would probably daring the dav. As he did not propose to enter actively Into the buslaess of the office until Mon day, fce requested Assistant Cccretary Codu to sign the mall for him to day as Ac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 9 March 1885

TEE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 9 1885. i i r , t. 1 INDIANA LKUISL.ITUUK. Omission and oirtaihatnti of th'i report for tcant of pn.ee in these c ' iu will appear in cn appendix to Volume A AY of th ßraitr Lcgwaiivt JUports. IN SENATE. Saturday, March 7, lSv. I.EJCiTH OF SESSIONS. On motion of Mr. BRYANT the resolu tion EI. II 13 aee page 222 proposing an amendment to the Constitution increasing the regular term of the General Assembly from sixty ta 100 days? and tie extra from forty to ft7 days, was ta.cn cp. Amnd meets were oSered to substitute a talary for members in place ot per diem. Mr. WINTER niovel to pay members $3)0, payable quarterly. Mr. WILLARD moved to amend the amendment by making it 000. lie said: I believe the salary thonld be commensa- rate with the length o! the session. The State of XewYork rajs her representatives f 1,500. Every time that a fee and salary bill bill is attempted to be parsed we Gad protests gamst it- I state that the average...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 9 March 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING' MARCH 9 1835. MONDAY, MARCH 9. urriCEj 71 aad 73 West Market Street. rates of suntnurnox. Indianapolis Sentinel for 1HS. 0llj, San. day and Weekly Editions. DAILY. Delivered by carrier, per week ..S 25 Daily, including 6unday, per week SO Dally, per annum, by mail. 13 00 Daily, per annum, by nail, Including San diT. by m II... ......... ...... ...... 12 00 Dally, delivered by carrier. per annum ......... 12 CO Daily, delivered by carrier, per annum. In cluding Sunday ..... 11 CO Dally, to newsdealer?, per copy 3 SI'S DAY. Sunday edition of eighty-four columns- i 2 GO Bunday Sentinel, by carrier - 2 50 To newsdealers, per copy- ... zy WEEKLY. Weekly, per annum .. f l 00 The postage on subtcrtptlons by nail la prepaid by the publisher. Newsdealers supplied at three cents per copy. Postage or other charges prepaid. Entered as second-class matter at the rostoSice M Indianapolis. Ind. THE IXAUCUIUL, ETC. We are prepared to famish onr friend...

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