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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 28 March 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MOHNING MARCH 28 1885 5 LEGISLATIVE NOTES, The floate in Committee of the Whole Still on the Turdae Appro prLatlon. Tba Bill Concerning1 tne Employment of Children in Mines and Manu factories Recommitted Other Notes. A letter wai receired bf Speaker Jewctt from Representative WiMinan yesterday, aayiag that hi physician adyisetl against his return to his legislative duties. He was planted indefinite leaTe of absence. The new State-touse bill which passed the House e tew days ago was read the first time Ja the Senate yesterday, and referred to the Finance Committee, with instructions to re jvozt it back tt 10 o'clock this morning. Senator Villard eaJd that he understood lrom the State AndUor that thsre was some question as to the constitutionality cf tho measure in ita present ahate, bat had no de sire to delay the progress of tee bill. Eonator Bailey's bill, prohibit the em jdoyznent of children under twelve years of ag. in mines and manufacto...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 28 March 1885

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING MARCH 28 1885 IIHANCIAliAHD OQSSIBCi&Ii. New York rlaaelt !Irkt. PZW YOKK, March 27,-r.Tcney-1 P'.r cent. Prime Mercantile Fapr 4;i p -"Tic Government Boa is -Qilet a?d uLCnn;oI. ex ret. tan advance of P-r eeat. in cr-ipo i t. Railway Bonds Marse: jilti ac 1 prices gen erally hgher. f-Ute SeTurlties-DuI! and steady. The rock market ia ve ry sensitive to E iroren wtrncF, all day tbe dispodtlaa being to buy. On reports that further complications between Fsgiand and Rnsii vrere prooable and so'.lou more preise statemca's. la regard to the trouble between those two co mute, the fact that sim i liters have faltainaa advan? in prices ia cite war should be deeiared is shown by the number of telegram received the rast two days by lea-Iinj commission houses ordering purcaajs o( fctcci ca the op3n decoration of wir A i the tame lime conrervatlve chelator, ia c'.adln some ot tiio leading financial man of t :ty, do cot hesÜHte to express th...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 28 March 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING, MARO II 28 1885. 8 TILL TTILL TVE TRUST. 3 .ill will wa truit, though earth teem dark and drery. And tbe heart faint beaeata HI chastening rod; Though rouza and steep our pathway, woru aaJ weary. Still will we trust In God : Oar eye see dtmly till by faith annolnted. Ana onr blind choosing bring uj griei and paia: Throush Ulm alone who hth our way ap pelated. TYe fini oor peaca again. Choaso for u, God! nor let our weak preferring Cheat our pcor souU of ood Thou hat; de tinned : Choofre for u. UodI Thy wisdom ii uanerrhip, And wo are fools and blind. So from our sky the nlzbt Sali furl her shadows. And day pour Rladntsa through his g-j.deu Our ronsn path lead to flower-enameled mead ows. Where joy our cociinz waits. Let ut press oa in patient self-denial. Accept tbe hardship, sarin not from thclos; Our guerdon lies beyond the hour of trial. Our crown bejoud the cross. -Christian Life. THE (ilFT. An Apiil day the aky all dappled with ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 28 March 1885

8 TBE INDIANAPOLIS DAILT SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING? MARCH 28 1885 TBE I1EÜ YORK STÖRE tSOXXJXIOIZSD 1053,1 Dress Goods Department. imllELTIES IN- OE3B3IVEJX to - jdjltz: A Choice 1 ine of Satteen?. Prices Always ii Plain Fipres. PETTIS BMSETT & CO JOS. A. MOORE, 64 E. Harket ßt., Indianapolis, Ind Interest allowed oa deposits. In suzis ol to and Upward. AToney to Loan on Improved City and Farm Property in Indiana and Ohio. City, County and Town Bonds, and Purchased Money Notes, bought and Bold. No loana made except such as are secured by first mortgage oa real e täte, with a larjje margin e! security, or by collaterals Having a market ta'ue. Foreign Exchange lor &ale on all parts cf tie world. 1 DMSOI 6a JUST OPENED 300 DOZEN Ladies' Linen Cote, "Latest St)lt!," at Sc, 10c and 12c. ALSO COMPLETE STOCK OP LADIES' AND MISSES' Spring Hosiery. "LalEstSWEs'atVenLowPilcts. A. DICKSON & CO., TKADK PALACE. SATURDAY, MARCH 2$. OrriCEj 71 and 73 West Market Street. BENT1NEL, TELEP...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 29 March 1885

fiMllrflljiliT VOL. XXXIV-NO. S8. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 2!). 1885-TWELYE PAGES. WHOLE NO. 10,15:;. I KNABE AS IIAILET & DAVIS PIANOS Are Superior to all others !n sever! csäenMal pnts. which can easily be seen bv anyone who will lake the Uoc to investigate. Ve solicit Com parison. Theo Plliii & Co. S3 icd 51 forth Pennsilrali St. Tuning, repairing and moving given prompt attention- Satisfaction euaranteed. GÄSÜLISE ASD OIL STOVES Cleaned and Repaired. Et brands cf Gasoiine and Oils always on Jband. TELEPHONE HIT. F.p.smTH&co., RRTAIL, I WHOLESALE. S5 Nortn. Illinois Etreet. 1 37 South Meridian Street. Cheapest, Best 'and Fafest OIL STOVE ever wad p. Oyer 1.CO0 have been sold lo this city. Ilia steed the test for 12 year. SECOND OF laughter The Buffalo Shoe House 13 popular "with every poor man or woman In the city and surrounding towns, owing to frequent special sale3, at which times every one obtains special bargains. The opening day, Thursday, wa9 a "rush...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 29 March 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 2U 1885. CHICAGO. Uli Laasham Hotel Fire and Its In. cldrnta. Comathloc Abaot th Flr DepA'tmeot of a Big City The Hau! CJrecad Fire Extloul!ir ira tttitl, Kir. CaicA'.o, Yarcb Ttli njominjjacrnri Cf peop. lint J the t:da of Wabash aveaas tnd Adams itrctt, opccsite the greit un canny skele on cf the Lan?hara Hotel, Trhich was destroytd by fire last Saturday night, and amaud vhich linger ttnsabtlle, morbid inflneccfs because ot the sad and fital Incident attendirg the blare. Aad a fclazs it wx:s. Kren before the clashing and Tattling fire araratns and the brave force of ths department mired the Ihmes spread hungrily. Ia a fer minutes, too few to dirt to etate, the loner apartments of tie t building were arrgiDgfurnactjbueTOtataea cfimeke poured from the uppr windows, tad th lorp. licking Sarntrs roltei tip the elevatcr thtli. ibere vrai birely time for escape. Koreans sere heard, and ai the ßiafuiot ootcf windows. Irls and wo mn wue...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 29 March 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING, 31 ARCH 2) 1885. 3 TTOHAVS WORLD. rt ti Intended thatthee rolnnca shall record tsa&'a work In all tte varied Sc'.ds of usefulness, TtlteX opinion tcepcctlaj wemea, aud voice tie lsm and Honshu ol women. It Is r.oi-eJ;tljat tiry Bay la some ncasureencourtger r' trength en women In every worthy trrort.aldl io t "tv 123 the problem cf self a irport, rroteo ttw tJarosch knowledge of forma cf business and law Irrplre them to attain to treir r!uh:fui portion, a3thu thronia en::gl:tcutd, elevated 'woman; feood ennoble tie home, the race, the Nation. Woman's '.Vor'.d' 1 wide. As wife, aa mother, aa bome-caicr. m worker, m educator, aa thilan tar put. aa comrade, aa cltlrrn. aud as a bumanrte- wcsiäa u everywhere billS for tcrstl! and fcer feneration. jrom all sections of tnis world, Uriel repotti or ladlTlJual n orsa.nlzed wor. era itenMLouK i-iecsuor.i ana Uicirlci are Invited fr thee cultasvu. Add reu ail sscb nnmunicA,.Iona to FlDRI.Vfl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 29 March 1885

4 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING MARCHS 2!) 1885---TWELVE PAGES. fil lie U the largest and best newspaper published in Indiana, CONTAINING 104 COLUMNS. free frn PirtUaa PtUtirs aal Sertarlaa Bias. On e!1 subjecta of public Interest it ex presses 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'c'ock Sunday morn trig, excluding only that which Li prurient or lumorally sensational. In few words, the Eckdat SrxTiKL is devoted to that class of j -j i f f necessary to make it what it is, THE PAPER, FOR, THE PEOPLE, specially adapted to the home. . The Scjtday 8e5Txxzl8 inaaence will be friren in aid of the Eleratlon and Advancement of TYoman to the true position whicn is hers by virtue of natural justice. Price, ?2 per year; twenty cents per month, delivered by carrier; five cents per copy. TWELVE PAGES. SUNDAY MARCH 2J. OFFICEi 71 and 73 Went Market Street...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 29 March 1885

TUE iNDIANAPf LIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 29 188S-TWELVE PAGES 5 KLTRESEXTATI YE BROWNING, Huloalea in the House on the Life and Character of the Late Representa tive from Drown and Monroe. At 2 o'clock yesterday fiernooa the noose took up toe pcclal order, being the consideration of the xnesiorUl and resolutions on the leaiä of the Jate KeprefcenUliTe Browning. Mr. Smith, of Tippecanoe, aid that Mr. Crown ing wu ta honored clUen. He had buffeted with the care of Hie, but he fca.1 played life'a part well. It was a pleasure to remember Mr. Erownln ai 1be tpea'r rsnenbeied bin. There htd been -cxcltecsentof debate, but ihin was all I orsotten. 2Ie usa a representative man. a patriot, and la the days that a cloud rested uton the country he went forth to fight tae tattlea of hl country. Patriot Inn U the Mgbest ijpe of ohoo:!. and the de ceaf cd was Indeed a patriot. shall not meet our friend a?ain, for he has parsed to another lani. Tatrlot of old ma7 bare died with but Imp...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 29 March 1885

G THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENT12VEL hlKDAT GOTHAM GOSSIP, Tbe Komnntic Story of Miss Kats To C5ortfnW. llarnham, the Aged rhilinthroplat. A Glimpse of tbe Beautiful New Lyctum Theater That la to Rival tno Madison Square. Btr&lght Tips and Newpy iois1) Picke; Up Q t!ie Crowded emcntu of Ool ham. (New York l.tter l This city pref nts to the country this week the lights and shadows of a romance that is alrxoet a trtgidy. As I write, Gordon W. Eurnham, the well known philanthropist and millionaire, lies dangerously ill and protahly dying in his handsome residence on Filth avenue, the brown stone corner op posite Chicksring hall. Inside his five chil dren, there is amon tbe watchers by his bed Hies Kate Sanborn, who was ti marry him to-rxorrow. The bride expectant is jast thirty-eight; herfimce is nee.rly eighty-two a difference which will, to s;me minds, de prive the tragedy of its sentiment. But I don't believe there ever wai anv hurulmg or false pretense between the two. llaroham I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 29 March 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH lit) 1885. DOWN ON VI IM (HILT. CHICK. lim to Mil a ho'a wln br'a fU tH Faw. M.'itly. fr!' li Uff-itmr Down on Yril Crk k t-win tb y a no Vjuiro rvidin . in our Imiywick i No t rand Jurh a, nc r urftilpf, ?r net tn! rit l.ta ( tu Ik CMit tcr pri, i ra in an. I ;lt If lle'a onrttfc!: viuu. crita! Wr:io rU k tiAtut not no Uwta.' 'ir ml l IliII In in al f HO tili to til at .Pf lull out tirtiuo, tfrviifld fl W t fl I. '.km i 'liintr al no wannt r'Xi'i-l lor ir'i.i Nt r no pit'lti wUhcm f.ei. INrr m tiiä-N. a In -now i.earluV' 11 mho iw rmn I It aa fv; ' , Mrlll1- l!r IcK'Hn t-trtl I old J'.ltl'l CllllWrll Ka -out1.t 0, Iii f ! near U ' )t n whit la ilif 1 ' I Im l.ratl I Ild'fl'," (W m-linn-s n.i I. ma whral and lil.. It OIU (Ml IU and ttfcd.n III " !, Am4 siom II l'"1 tiUi toned ilf ummi rt '1 iU f o.tn It' t) l AM.t MUhaweu. I kit year tnMra aloli o'lrr fliiilr 'mi lain -Wt yr pu et and tili ttMhrcllcr, An ! ' !!(. ., j.m '1 lnkr'l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 29 March 1885

TVeil t tars 1 aad a rc- nwr Ci'' tita ea.Kii;l l UUci to treu, THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING' MARCH 29 1885--TWELYE PAGES. m hi ( STORE Cress Goods Department. DEÜEST WELTE IN ORE SS GOODS TO JDJkTZ A Choice line of Sattecns. Prices Always ia Plain Fipres. Mm BÄSSETT& CO JOS. A. MOORE, CI Z2 Zlarfcet ot.f Indianapolis, Ind Iztjrcrt allowed oa Cepo&lt, la nuns of 15 and Llsaey to Loan on ImproTed City and Farm IT: :rty In Indiana and Ohio. C-i?. County and Town Bonds, and Purchased Zir j Kote, bought and sold. Li lcmi made except luch uare lecuredbT 1 5 irxiFtaj?a on oute. with a lame margin t cjcoxlty , or by collateral Having a market . Exdianze lor &ale on all parti of the 3iLU TIT "rlxils. Xfois. Pimples. Blackheads, ! :r:rss,nd Buprnon8 Hair removed. Coa ' lruBeautlfleL The ilalrand Brows Colored J Ceetored. Flesh Increased or lieduced. m Development a ßpccUIty. Every Toilet . tvlsltsv-interesting circular, testimonials, ent sealed In plain envelope...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 29 March 1885

. 1 0 TWELVE PAGES. INDIANAPOLIS INDIANA, SUNDAY MORNING, MABCH 29, 1885. PAGE2S 9 TO 12 5jM TALMAGE. The Toid-rii hp, Love. Forbear ance of tüf Creator to the CreUturo. "as One Whom IIU Mother Cocifortetb, So Will I Comfort Yoa." At a Little Child He Loves, Look After ad Leads rh lr. rlmis'i Jiaaday Talk to IIU Urooalyu Congregation. Brooklyn, March 22. After aa ab?eace Gl two week, daring which time he spoke in eoare thirteen cities of the Wett. Dr. Talwage returned to his palpit in the Brooklyn Tab ernscle to day. Before the serxou he ex poanded tome consolatory paaags of Scrip tare. The opening hymn was: 'Come, ye disconsolate, where'er yoa latualsh, Come to the marc teat; fervently kneel." The subject of the sermon was: ''The mother of cs Isaiah xvi., 33: comforteth, so Talmage said: The Bible is all," and the text was froai "As one whom bis mother will I comfort yoa." Dr. a warm letter of affection from a parent to a child, and 3 et there are many who see chiefly the severer p...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 29 March 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING MARCH 29. 1886. ""'-TO MY V IFE. If you should come an 1 r. by rne, and stand, Or len upon th eHw t.f niV chair And pa.s your lovm nnsjerVthroriph this hair; And Use into your own, thin tired hand And whiopr nofl'.y in my hungry ears The phra to u. snd to im only known, And take this place as if it wer? tour own. Would jou be. welcome, welcome home? O, hten darlinz; enough the fet hare strajed. Ami now for weary day 1 have not felt Th touch of that ncfi han.l at which 1 knelt. Full oft unseen, bit knelt and prayed. Though fr my rrfar.t lamb hath arone. Fet, hands and lip. 1 lovM and kissed. Though you hare U-n o fr and lung away, No! darling, still you were not missed So, therefor?, tell me how could I Give welcome to thee hould'st thou come, From out my soul you're nver gone. And tt;a it is I nuke reply: Enshrined within my deepest heart. Embalmed and held, engraved and kept, Tbir e image stayed and never could depart, Whether I wande...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 29 March 1885

THE INDIAHAFOLIH i)AILY SENTHfEL, SUNDAY UOSNINvT MARCH 29,1885 tiii: oii man coi:s to school. I know I'm loo eld to Itarn, wife; my lessons and tasWs are done. Thd-of life eenin g'ntn in the light of life's tettm' snn. To the (rite by the tide of my father they'll carry me oop away; But 1 ranted to tee how the world had grown. o I hobbled to schbol to-day. I couldn't a told 'iai a school-house; it towered up to the skies; I lied on the noble structure till dim grew these old yet. My thoughts went bck to the log house the schocl-house of long ago, Where I studied and romped with the merry boys who sleep where the daisies grow. 1 was startled out of my dreaniin by the tones cf its rncnMrous bell; On theve ears that are growin' deaf the sweet notes rose and teil. I otered the mas&tve door, and sat in the proffer ed chair, An bid man, wrinkled and gray, in the inidst of the young and fair. Like a garden of bloouin" roses, the school room appeared to we . The children were all sc ti...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 29 March 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 29, 1885 CONSIDER. TO K. L H., BT W. 8. HA It 8,10. You say, 'Tis best that we should part. And never meat on earth ajatn. Yoa j that I hare broke jour heart, la place of lore brought pain. Instead of joy brought grief. In place of smile brought tears. And that my lote was brief. That all jour life through all the yeaxt We spent together was one dark day I'llled will toll and care, That all thy hopes brought no bright ray To break the clouda of sorrow everywhere. "Loot well within thr heart before You ip at the words gool Lye. Consider all thy hopes of future joy before You sever lore's own tie That joined our lire together. That life might be for You and I A dream of bap pin es fore Ter, Blest with ilfe eternal bye and bye. Consider all we promised. You and I. When we together took the tow That mad i as man and wife Hare you forgot It now T Yoa say good bye, that we must part Think twice before you speak ; Look dep within thy h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 30 March 1885

1 r id tum VOL. XXXIY-NO. 8. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 30, 1885. WHOLE NO. 10,153. ) WHEN INDICATIONS. FOR MONDAY. Fair weather InTennea. re allej; partly cloudy anl warmer weather with local rain In Ohio valley; tattles barbinetci; aoutherly viad. Just notice the Depart ment of the üi IM dotting Store That is devoted to Spring Overcoats. Variety, Style and Price are the points to be noticed in particular. sneeze! SNEEZE ! SNEEZE until your head seems ready to fly '(;yN Acute fatal ' ; Instantly re! "atarrh, and is jlieved by a and per- iH vOV) rnancatly curtd bynne I Tri?-;. bottle ol fcAVFor.n's trtlY-' " Radical Ccke forCa- f !N3 V TABI1H. Complete Treatment with Inhaler, 51.00. One bottle Radical Cure, one box Catarrhal Sol Tent acd. 6anford's Inhaler, In one p&cxacs, forming a complete treatment, of all drugeista lor S1.CO. Ask for Sanfoed's Raoicaf. Ccrk. Tee only absolut fpeelCc we know of." Med. Time. "Tho best we have found In a life time or sufferinj." Rer. D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 30 March 1885

THE 1MHANAP0L1S DAILT SENTINEL MONDAY MOEKIKG. MARCH 30 1885. TK02Z THE HÜXDA Y tyZZTIXZL. THE NATION'S CAPITAL. S. S. Ox, JliuNter to Tnrtej, Likely t bi the Democratic Caii4I date for Hnxrrnor of vt Yoik. South American Cb!o Company Ez-Sermtor IIÜ1 aud tho Spu rious Committor Report. 30 SUMUEK VACATION. I'realiietit Cleveland Nut (iiea to Saumier Trips. Epedal to the Sentinel. WAinisf Tox, March 3. An inquiry at the White Hoes? m to where Mr. Cleveland would likely go during tbe hot racaths of summer, was met by the answer "to work." The President has not been In the habit, his friends Bay, of goias away on summer trips, and aeldora takes recreation of any couIderable lenjth of time. He Is in the habit of takins walk an 1 driven of frequent and at resn lar interTals. II rises, (linen, works and has his amusement at certain Lours of the day. He is Tery steady in bis habits, and, bein a man of robust build and natural good health, he has never found it necessary to take the kind cf ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 30 March 1885

r THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 30 1885. 3 INDIANA LEGISLATORS. X&nitium and curtail 'metts cf tis report far leant cf tpace in thete columns will appear in sm appendix to Yoluvkc XXI II cf tU MrevUr LtfÜMiise reports. IN 8 EN ATE. Sat i r pay, March 2S, lh-5. lawre? tr.'. RG. On Kotfoa by Mr. JOII3TON, of.Dearborn, th bill !I R. .112 to leilizj the appraise ment of rl estate and aisessnient of taxes made by Coxmon Councils was passed through the three reading", under a dispen cation of the constitational restriction, aad finally pwsul by yeas nays 0. ilr. Johnston explaining that it is in tended to apply only to the city of Law lencsbcrr. claim or jor.L s ivwis. On motion of Mr. DUSCIS", of Brorn, his Uli S. 20! to rcfand to Jcel S. Davis cer tain damages pid by him into the Treas ury cf Bartholome wr County, was reai the third time and passed by veas 25, nays 0 after explanations by Mr. Dancan and Mr. Weir. TO : 5TA I N A N I V A r. P. V. X 1 OC r.T3. O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 30 March 1885

THE INDIANA rULIB DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING MARCH W 1885. MONDAY MARCH ."0. OTKICK: 71 anil 73 Went Market Street. RATES OF MJBSCRI1T10X. Indianapolis $eutlnl for IS", Dally, San. day And Weekly Kdltlons. DAILY. Delivered by carrier, per woo .J 23 Daily, hicludln:: Sunday, per week............... 30 Daily, per annum, by mail 13 00 Dally, per annum, by nail, luciullaz Sua- Dally, delivered by carrier, por anuuia..... 12 00 Daily, delivered by carrier, per aunam. In cluding Sunday 11 00 Dally, to newsdealers, per copy 3 SCX DAY. Sunday edition of eighty-four column?- 3 2 CO Sunday ftk-ntlael, by carrier 2 50 To newsdealers, per copy- '& vt;ekly. Weekly, per annum. .. I 00 The postage on aubtcriptloat by mail is prepaid by the puMlaher. Newsdealers supplied at three cen'J per copy. Postage or other charges prepaid. Entered as feeoond class matter at the PostoSco at Indianapolis, Ind. W ii y don't the Street Co uuiis3 loner's force clean up the streets? Tha gutters are reel ing ...

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