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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDA MORNING HÄUCtf 23 1885 LEGISLATIVE NOTES. Vie 2JI11 Concerning Prosecutors' Fees la Pleas of Gnlltj Defeated. ?he Appropriation Bill Finally Taken Up Tbe Brevier Reports Other Notes. The bill of Representative Klaus provid ing that In all saita by laborers for the re covery of wages the judgment ihall include a reasonable attorney's fee, and that no chaste of venue shall be allowed the defend ant except upon an affidavit showing fully tbe defensa, and that the tame was meri torious, was reported adversely from the committee Saturday. The report was laid on the table bad the bill ordered to a second jeading to-day. The bill ppci by the House some ten t'ays ago and afterward recalled from the fecate, providing that no prosecutor's fee shall be charged in caes where the defend ant enters a plea of guilty, was called up by i'a author, Mr. Robineon, aad a motion ms.de to recommit, with certain instructions, ere of which was that the provisions of the...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 23 March 1885

TUE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING MAftCIl 23 1885 HON Kl S STJCKS. Navt York riiucil irket. UEW YOttK.. March 21. -üouey 1?1K Cent. losed at 1 per f e.it. Prlrae Mereanum Paper -4 V per cent, doremmtnt Bv.id Quiet and firm, 4 1 i per t-.- ., showirg a advance of per c.nt. la the ltiee bid; others unr-hanped. Ka'.lro-t 1 Loads-Quiet except a few active, spc-ulatlve iiu'ie. Irie this aiternoou wert i.ene rally firmer. -täte Securi'lt-Qu'et and enerally stronc. The stock natktt wa active, feverish aa l i r-.-tilar to day, and foi ntne stocke very weak. P. l at tte oti.!:.g s!iv.v d only a slight cha ut from clca-.; ouo-aticn lat evening except for laeiCe Mail. bih juoted tirst at a decline of percent. . oieulug et 40. A decided weakue- Ii;:ot Immediately developed ia Ibis sork fct.-i in l'ntou I'aciti.', iiile the r.-maln.ler i i the l:.t continued firni throughout - of the ft"-uoon. (a ruraors thii the Central 1'sclf.c Company was about to isu- iuor.K4k for 110,0 0,tc, th...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MOltNING, MARCH 23 1885. P 1 f CHirjir.O MARKETS. Opinions as tn lh Kirnr Mors Hwllr Sllird Tii it aal. 8peci! t the fkntin--i. Chu Af.o, March 11. It ta notleen a week of heavy business la the ap-cuatlre market oa 'Change, tboajh valn have t'actuated actively within a fair raLge. Tte nldcn stoppage of all wirnewi tadcoDuqaeut latkof cxcltc-njat oa tht core seemed to Uke avray all outside Inter cut la the grain market. Tee boys to"), disliked to coue down froai talk cf bl conflicts and blood spilling to tinple weather influences, ana these M-cmed to be all tLt were left to fi-ire on. Iltnce tte tpentog was characterized by a gra'l'i&l settling Lack cf prices, caused more by neglect than anything cite. Later, however, when the visibie njpplj lncreace wm found to be considera bly lo'ow what Lad been estimated, many l.ort" tcok a cover nl there wü- an eajy rally, though wteu the imtaetue stock cow In tight &r,d the reircess of tte ttw crop...

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

JPitiAlt W. infiniter. Tiio. lIotniiiovnv 8 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING" MAUCH 23 1685 TUB IE' 01 STORE (E37 1883J DRESS GOODS Department. lew llr' Every Day. Fnces ii Plain Fipres. JOS. A. MOORE, 04 U. Markot Ot.t Indianapolis, Ind Interest allowed cn deposit, In turns of J5 aa l Upward. Money to Loan on Improved City and Farm Property in Indiana and Ohio. City, County and Town Bonds, and Purchased Honey Note, ton cht and Bold. No loAni made except such as are secured by am mortgage on real estate, wltn a large margin of security, or by collaterals having a market T'ue. Foreign Exchange lor sale on all parts of the World. A. 200 PIECES Dress Ginghams. "ITew and Doloot Stylos." IVE3W CORSETS. Best Fitting Makes. Our Ö51-00 ALL-WOOL JERSEYS. Fresh Lot Just In. A. DICKSON & CO., ' TUAD1B PALACE. MONDAY, MARCH 23. urriCEi 71 and 73 Wst Market Street. BKNT1NEL TELEPOONB CALLS. Iiiilsmi Oflce IG-l Editorial Eaoms......391 THE SENTINEL AT NEW 0 KLEAN S. To accommoda...

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

,,!!r, , VOL. XXXIV-NO. 83. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 21, 18S5. WHOLE NO. 10,118. 's v i WliEN INDICATIONS,. rou Il'FsDAT.-fJeneraily warmer and fair weather, followed In Ohio valley by local rains or snows; winds generally earn ing w eiterlj ; railing barometer. Just notice the Depart ment of the Ml Clothing Store That is devoted to t it Overcoats. Variety, Style and Price are the points to be noticed in particular. KNABE HALLES & DAVIS PIANOS Are Fuperior to 11 other? in peveral essential I-oints. which run easily te seen by anyone who will take the time to investigate. We solicit com jarisou. Theo Pfaffing Co. II vA 51 Korlb Ptnnnlvania St Tnning, repairing and moving given prompt attention- Satisfaction guaranteed. THE HAZELTOil PIANO Is a Special Favorite wit the Leading Musicians and Liii v Low Prices. Easy Terms. Two Hundred Good Second-hand PIANO', ranging In prices from JGj to 3100, for sale or rent. PEARSON'S MUSIC HOUSE, 19 North Pennsylvania St. Telephone ...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING MARCH 21 1885. TEAKS AT AN ALTAR. A YoaDg Klmtra lirld I)rtl on tha Kff of liar Marriage. Elmira, March 22 Mini Thereat Tash is a jonng lady of Hebrew parentage, about twinty years cf tzt, and the daughter of a merchant tailor of thla city. 8ae la a gradu ate of the Elmira l'ce Academy and has mada qnite a local repatatlon by her ability t as a pianist. Ehe possesses an abundance of fclacfc, wavy hair and the clear, dark com plexion of her race. Ob has moved In the t ?t circle of Eociet j. At the academy she acquired the reputation of belog a bright student, and Is withal a most estimable and 'popular young woman. Miss Tach met her fate in the person of Hiram Hopp, eon of Nathan Hoppe, a prominent . merchant of thi city. The young man wai born and brought up in Elmira, but a few years ago went Wen, locating in a small town in Mliäouri. The courtship with Miss Tuch, bgun before he went away, was con - tinned through correspondence. Fina...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MOltNING, MAItCII 2i 1885. INDIANA LKUISIiATIJItK OmUtUmt and curtail mrutt tf ti if port fvf vaul if ipn.ce (n ihtu alumni will uppott i t n awiulU U VuUii4 XXI 11 of Jirtvitr LtguUlHt i (ports, IN UKNATK. M'ruv, March 2.1, 1' The benaU met i J o'clock p.m., .uia nt to adjournment, Iht Lieutenant ttüQT (Ih n. Mthton I). Jdenaon) In the chair. tli ur.urr.NANT (juvkiinoj:, com- TiiindlDtr t rdr, annonnmJ prayer by a mmi. Ur of the Jluutu nf Rej-rMentailTe, l.iy, Thomas ßmlth, a J.'prtisntaUte from tic county of Warrick. iter. Mr. HmllU ni" the Divine ble-1 ln in Um Mbwln,: word,: 0 Lord God, onr JfeaTenlr Father, the Creator and 17 mver of nil thlnp, e meat solemnly In ok Thy ll-dnK to rest upon the iiiernbera t f this General Attetubly. Ami In nn fir., etil rtanntr, O Lonl, we ask TLy blessing to rett upon the prfaliUng e nicer of thli Senate, We realize ami bollere that it is through Thee we live uod move and have our being. Y.' nreltft under...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING MARCH 21 1885. til TUESDAY MARCH 21. Ori'ICI".: 71 and 3 Wft tlarket Street. kates of suifecnirriox. Indianapolis Pexflnrl for 18. Dally, San. clay and Weekly Kdltlocs. DAILY. Delivered by carrier, per week -..S 2 Daily, indudln? Scuday, per week....... 30 L'ally, rr aaoum, by call 13 00 Daily, per annuo., by call, h-clading San day, ty rnail............ 12 00 Daily, delivered by carrier, per aanan. 12 CO Dally, delivered by cariicr, per annum, In cluding Sunday . ... .. 11 CO Dally, to newsd toilers, per copy 3 f-CMUY. Kuüday edition of elLlv-four columns- 3 2 CO PunJay tfeotlncl, by carrier 2 50 To newbdea'srs, jer copy Z)i WEEKLY. Weekly, per nnun.... f l oo Tbe postage on subscriptions by mail is prepaid by tbe publisher. Newsdealers tuppllcd at three cent per copy. roslege or other charges prepaid. Entered es second-clats matter at the ros'.oSca at Indianapolis, Ind. Governor. McLase, of Maryland, will rep resent the Naticn at the...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING MARCTF 21 1885 AXALT7INO TIIE I1AKINO POWDERS. Bcyl' the Only Absolutely Pnr Halting I'ondtr Made-Action of the New York State Hoard or Health. Urder tb direction of the New Ycrk State Toardof Health cightv four different kiada cf baking powders, embracing 11 the brands that couC be fonnd ,for in the State, 'were submitted to examination and analysis fir l'rof3;orC. F. Chandler, a Member of the fctate Beard and President cf the New "York City Board of Health, assisted by Fre ie tor Edward Ü. Love, the well known late I'nited Etates Government chemist. The cihdal report shows that a Ursa nam-J-frof the powders examiced wers found to contain aiura or lime; many cf them to tzch an extent as to render them seriously objectionable fjr use in the preparation of fcrrcan food. ' Alnm was found in tvrenty-nine csmple. Thia dreg is employed in baking powders to cbearen their ccst. The presence of lime i3 attributed to thn impure cream of tartar ...

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

TUE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING MAJtCJI 24 1885 inUKGIALAliD COaSSRCIAL. HONEY AND STUCKS. New York Financial ttrkt. YORK. March 2L Money- 11; per cent., f lccd at 1 per cent. ttime Mercantile f sper A Pi5 re.r cent. Gavernment BaDd Strong, 4' end i'.; percent being c bUher. 3 j;c Lifter. Hate Ponds A tbade lower for cone Issues. Railroad Eoids Market fjuli-t and irregular. 1 ut In smiiece-ts decidedly lower. Pacific 6'aol UA ret tore d to 125 bid. The stock market was feverish, and very irreg ular and ac lve fcr a few leading stocks. All day jrit- were Influenced largely by manipulators vj.u cir: ula'ed rurrers which, when contradicted, cti- fOiiot'l ty other equally potent fir tie re t. iu?. and this modeof manipulation w is kn t up u-.it 11 late in t he afternoon. Pacilic Mail 'cd hell!, l-th lu ry.irit of activity aal alwi" in qnotexons aud tr-.e price xnocl itrl-UatlT upward wlthoit any rc-jarl to thf r t of the market, nar the opntn?. wriiu i; sold at 475 to cl...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MOllNING, MARCH 21 1885. C2 RUSSETS. BT A E. A late March twilight, with a bitter frost in the air, the new moon jnst dipping its golden horn behind the maple swamp in the irt, and the ground scnnding crisply ander foot. We had jnst come in from foddsrinj; the cattle "we" sounds rather singularly when yoa reflect that it meant Kitty and me. twocirls of seventeen and nineteen; but jou tee there wasn't any one else to do it. Father bad been bed-riden ever since that arack of jaraljaie, and we could alTord to hire no one to täte his place about the farm. I was in grtat spirits, paying with pas?y. who cane to meet cs with her pi a ray tail ?rect: but Kitty l?aned radly against the wcoden mantle and looked Into the with ticurrfci eye?, "Kittv,'' cried 1, at last, "what does make jon o dull?" To-n-orrow la the oi of March," eaid sbe, gravely. , "Wfc.jt of that?" I demanded. "Don't yoa remember? The interest on the icortage ccmes due to-morrow. "bo i...

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

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TUESDAY MORNING MARCH 24 1885 TI HEW M STORE DRESS GOODS Department. lew Dress Goods Every Day. Prices ia Plain Fibres. JOS. A. MOORE, 81 E. Harket at., Indianapolis, Ind Interest allowed oa deposit, In rams o! 35 and upward. Money to Lean on Improved City and Farm Property 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 large margin of security, or by collateral haying a market ralne. Foreign Exchange lor sale on all parts of the World. Dil U AT Very Lowt Prices AT- DICKSOF TRADE PALACE. TUESDAY, MARCH 21. OFFICE 71 and 73 West Market Street. SENTINEL TELEPHONE CALLS, taiiliess Offlce. 164 Editorial Bsong. 791 e. j THE SENTINEL AT NEW ORLEANS. To accommodate the throng from the Northwest who will desire to read their ia Tcrlte home paper while attending the "World's Exposition," the 8entinel has been placed on s&le In ...

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

r He VOL. XXXIV-NO. 81. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 25. 1885. WHOLE NO. 10,11!). WliKN IOTJCATIOXS. FOB WZISESDA.-Clearing weather In OLIu vallej; local ralni In Tennessee, tri b partly cloudy weather; wind becoming: VMlabU; preceded In Ohio valley by north iitti ly winds and slightly colder weather, 4 Just notice the Depart ment of the "W.H S N Clothing Storo That is devoted to n 5priBg Overcoats. ' Variety, Style and Price arc the points to be noticed in particular. Infantile Blood Purifiers and Skin Boautiflors. Absolutely Pare and Safe from the 31 amen of Birth. INFANTILE and Birth numors, Milk Crust, Scald Brad, Eczema, and every form of Itch leg, Scaly, Pimply, Scrofulous and Inherited Dis eases of the Blook,Sfcm and Scalp, with loss of Hair, from Infancy to Arc, enred by the Cuticura Insolvent, the new blood puiifier. internally, and Cuticura and Cuticura Soap, the er eat g&iu cares, externally. Absolutely pure and safe, and may be used from the moment of birth...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MORNING MAItt!H25 1885 GENERAL TELECUMB. Great SafTerlos 1b the Back Countlei of Wt Virginia. CnARi.rsTOjr, March 23. Reporta of great EUfTerins in ceTeral of the back counties, among the people and itcck for want of food, came to jcnr correrpocdent.bat not until to-day vere the reports confirmed. A man who baa traveled through Brazten, Gilmer and Calhoun Counties lays: A few days' travel in the counties named baa proven that destitution acd sufTering Indescribable exist in many localities, l'cople are on the verge of death frcxa starvation, and the stock are no better off. People and animals are dying for want of food. The suffering is great In Borne and Jackson Counties. In seme lections of Stricklen'a district people are subsisting on beans and gruel made from wheat ground in coCee mills, and great suffering exists in parts isolated fropi mil road 3, where supplies can not be obtained. For miles a store can not be found, and those that ar...

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

r 1 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 25 1885. 7 V 4 INDIANA LEGISLATURE. Omissions and curtail inenln of this report for want of space in these columns will appear in an appendix to Volume XXIII of the Brevier Legislative reports. IS SENATE. Ter. day, March 24. 1885. XirnjtgMOfTHIS ZXTBA SESSION. Mr. WHiUskfcd consent to callnp the bill 8. 537 to appropriate $10,000 for legislative expentes. The rrj:3TDING OFFICER (Mr. Rahna) heard no objection and ordered the bill taken up. Mr. FOULKE and Mr. YOÜCHE appealed from the decision of the Chair, to-wit: We, the nndersfgned, appeal from the decision of the Chair in directing the Clerk to read II. R. 537, npon the ground that no opportunity to object waa given, and that the Senate never consented to uca order. On motion by Mr. WILL ARD the appeal -was laid on the table by yeas 20, nays 11. Mr. FOULKE moved to postpone the con sideration of the bill till to-morrow at 2 o'clock. The bill waa read the second time. Mr. ...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAIL5T SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MORNING MARCH 25 1885. WEDNESDAY MARCH 23. OrriOEi 71 And 73 Wat Mark! 8trt RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION. Indianapolis Fenttnel for 1883-Daily, San. day acd WVIy Edltto&a. DAILT. Delivered by carrier, per week......,.......! 2 Daily, Including Sunday, yer week.............. 3 Dally, per annum, byjaall 10 0 Daily, per annum, by in all, including Sun day, ty mall........... 12 0" Daily, delivered by currier, per aunum..... 12 Co Dally, delivered by currier, per annum. In cluding Sunday. 14 0 Dally, to newsdealers, per copy s Sunday edition of eighty-four columns- 2 00 8undy Bentinci. by carrier.... . . 2 5f To newsdealers, per copy -. SX WEEKLY. Weekly, per annum, $ 1 00 Tbe postage on subtcrlptlons by mall la prepaid by tbe publisher. Newsdealers supplied at three cents per copy. Postage or ether charges prepaid. 'Entered as second-class matter at the Postoffiee at Indianapolis, Ind. No fost master jet. Hox. Jacob TnoMrso.v, of Bachaanan's Cabi...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL 'WEDNESDAY MORNING MAttCH 25 1885 A 1 IEJiDISII OUTRAGE. A. lieienFfiess maow iiragseu rruiu Her Ded ly Three Scoundrel., And Foully Outrage! Two Men Ar rested for the Crime Tho Vic tlm'a Statement. For the past three cr four days the town of Greenwood, John-cn County, situated ten railea eouth et thl3 city, has been In a hih itateof eicilemeDt cwier to the perpetra tion of an oaiMga upoa t defenseless widow, which could be conceived end worked oat only by villains of tee deepest dye. In the Tillage referred to lire lire. Mary E. Smith, a widow of one ve&r, and her little daughter .aoreUa, who is now in her eighth 3 tar. Mn. Smith and ter daughter cccnpy r. snail cottage in a sparsely settled part of tre tewn, tha nearest house being about 100 yards dittaDt. On Eatniday morning Mr. Cornelius Ic&lemaa was pas!ns the honse, and teaiicg the cries of the 1 ttle irl en tared to ascertain the canehs child jcrearn ie as though snfiTeriLR from some nn...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL' WEDNESDAY MORNING MAitOIl 25 1885 YiiiAllCiALAIlD BRClAu HONEY AND STÜCKS. Nw York Ftnaactal SIrkt. NE W YOSJC, March 2l.-Mney- J i 31 per xnt. Priae Mercantile Paper 15 pr cent -orernment Bnda-,V üiber for 4,1; per cent. Cf.iil-fiiH unchanged. F.MlrcM Eoads-Market quiet anl irregular lor everything except Nickel Plate nMs, tbe toti of which ft G-i2,COl) were over ball of tbe total Initios in 11 bonds traded in dunu? the day. Tl y ci ened at 75, ro?e early to 73, broke in the frrtueon to 71, and rallied ia tne afternoon to 7; 4, at which they closed. The break to-day was Kidtd by report that tep would be taken to p'ace the company in the hau ls cf a Receiver. W't-ht Shove was also weak, decllninj from 31 toi?, acd tloslcs with a lots of Jalf cent. at3iV.. rjfate Bonds Quiet and steady. The f tcek market was attain irregular, active Ld feverish. The atreet we9 well supplied with rumora throughout the day, sotie of which, upon inveMisation, proved to h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 25 March 1885

TEE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MOllNING, MARCH 25 1885.' A OtOVK. -Ah, yesterday I found a g'ote Urown ababby, full of liny r'n. But dear to me because my lore Once tbrougb It tbru ber Lnger tip. A clove one would not care to we l pon bis im alocK tte treet; Yet here 1 own thtre Is for me No reucin the world m itt. .A faiat. rar fcent of lavender mart from It, a the ciovtr satlt Wfcert through the field f walked with h?r, And plucked the blobaoiaa for her bait. Faith' but I loved the little hau 1 That ud to wiar tbla time atained thin;. iu aliabteat gesture ef command Would et ray gad heart fluttering. Jr If it touched my finger, no. Or nacothed my fcalr why febouli I peak Of thote old days? It makes, jou know. Tlie teara brim oet on my cheek. Poor, auined. worn-out. long-wrUied glove! 1 think ltalmoit unden-tanD That reverently and with love 1 hold It in my tremblliu hands. And that It 1 to dear to me. With lti old fragrance, far and faint, r.ecaate xay mother wore it. s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 25 March 1885

8 THE IfcltfAflAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MORNING' MARCH 25 1885 TIE YORK STORE CGS2rAS:LiXOIXX3X 1C5BJ GOODS Department. tit , Mff press mm Every Day. Prices in Plaii Fipres. PETTIS BASSETT& Cß JOS. A. MOORE, Ol IL Market Dt., Indianapolis, Ind Internet allowed en depotlta, la sums of ?5 and Bp ward. Money to Lean on ImproTed City and Farm Property In Indiana and Ohio. Ci:y, Count7 and Town Bonds, and Purchased Hocej Notes, bought and eold. No loang made except tuch as are secured by first mortgage on real estate, with a large margin ot security, or by collaterals navlng a market Ylne. Foreign Exchange for saie on all parts ol the World. WW SPBIffi AT YBry Lowest Price s AT- TRADE ILiYCJE. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25. OmCKi 71 and 73 West Market Street. SENTINEL. TELEPHONE CALLS. Ecii!st8 CEce 1CI I Editorial Looms. 291 THE SENTINEL AT NEW OCLEANS. To accommodate the throng from the northwest who will desire to read their fa vorite home paper while attending the, '"World's Exposit...

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