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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 January 1885

THE 'INDIAN AtfüLId JA1L SATURDAY MOßNINl JANUARY 10 1865 IRON HIGHWAYS. "Jhe General rasgcozfr Agents and SoCalled "Labor Bureaus." The Readlagr Directory Decision of me Illinois Railroad Commissioners Eright Proepect for the F.allrcada. rrccalatlon is do locger rife as (o what wl l become cf the To!d and Indianapolis ic&d. TLia line is awalticg a parcha:er. . There are very few of the Indianapolis Toads that do not demand that those of their -employes win handle large sans of money hau L.t inured in the Canadian Cua-antee Company and in fa:t reryfew lntne Jailed fctatea that do cot require thia. An Indianapolis railroad man hai just received a letter from a friend in Ne Orleans, etatlng that the General Pauenger Agent of lines leading from that pint have beei all nlons, and are at present, making desperate Horts to rid that city or scalpers, They are making little or no headway, however, the letter tays, and the reduced rate men coalinne to come in from all parts of th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 January 1885

6 THE IHDIAHAP0L18 DAILY SENTINEL" SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 10 1385 FINANCIAL AHD COMERCIiL. HONEV AND STdCKS. crw Torh riRar,il rzavrket, KKW YORK, Jan. 9. Money Ea.-yat par cent.; clcei oüVrel at 1 per cent. Prime Mercantile Paper 4;'j per cent. 4i veramcuta W'ere a fraction hinter. Railway Bondi Firmer. Plate Hecarl ties Qi let. Tbc loci market openM firm, and on parefcaw lor oat-town account pr'c-23 roe 'm to 1! per cent northwestern, fct. Paul, and Western Union were !.e most prominent. Union I'acifl? advanced l'-i lu 4'. The borrowing demand active. Lackawanna leading at 1 por cent. Before midrty, oa sales to retliia, a leitioa took luace. art atlll later on report! that the effort tr m tore east bound rate had not been successful, a weazcr feeling prevailed and a decline of Ja to 2 tr teut. ensued. In the laat floor of busin? 1-a.kawanDa was In brisk demand and returned to fr J; on covering ihort interest, there was a difference of yiC?Z per cent. bedtraen sale regular and Un...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 January 1885

THE INDlAWAPOLia DA1LX BEMi'lft 1, SATURDAY IlORNlftG JAKUAltY 10 Ittö a rncrrr fkofosal. l'T3 lost a heart. Ye, lost a heart I wonder who ha found it; Kot a trinket Uue, Of azura hue. With a baud of Ko'd around itHut a real, trcs hcirt, With Cupid's dsrt Pierced croell j through iu center. A heart Ui!f elf Willi canning stealth lias long tailed to enter. Come, eye of blue, Was it fouod ty yoa Thü test o! true bre'i token? You taj me ny? Then I'll away To find tail heart love-broken. sweet cyee ot brownNay, lock not down - Decp binshes do betray you. Since you'v? my heart We ne'er will part. II you will take me, to-what tay yoaT iWritten for tha Indianapolis Sentinel. META. WOODRUF. Ilj Mr. Addle Deitch Frank. CHAPTER VIII. Dinner was over, and all were again assembled In the drawing-room. Mr. Woodruf xcoael hira3lf and returned to his wife, lie found her up and dressed. 'Ab. Lina, I am glad you are feeling better ; are you abb to go down etairs?" Thej are getting along better witho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 January 1885

8 THE inDIAITAPOLIO DAILY DEnTIUEL SATURDAY IlOItniNG JANUARY 10 1S85 THE M W STORE (HHTABLlQnKD 18&34 TO THE LADIES: We desiro to make known to you tbo fact of our having marked down our entire itock of Cloaks. Wo havo made vorv low prices In order to close tho season and not oary over a garment. Our stock is not largo but very well assorted in tfowxnarkot, Circulars, and the new short Dolmans, and at prices which will suit tho wants of all. "ur Hisses' Cloaks aro also markod down. Ladies who aro about purchasing an outside wrap will find it to, be to their i a core st 10 examine oar stook at the marked-do wn prices. Prices ii Mi Twm ASSETT & Oik JOS. A. MOO CSB, 4 13. Zlarket at., Indianapolis lad Lurast allowed oadcpcslLs, in end of Hand Onrd. XLovej to Loa on InrroTed City and rrm rrarcrty In Indiana and GLIo. City, Conaty and Town Londnt nd Fnrcnuouvnty Jioie, bougct and sold. o loan made except inen ai ar teenred 07 fTrt mcrtjruge on rr al ct&am...

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

I i 1 ! J V- a IS ft ft W i -i W. rvt t Wil li MzU Ay ? vol; xxxiv-no. li. INDIANAPOLIS SUNDAY MOBNING. JANUARY II, 1585 TWELVE PAGES. WHOLE NO. 10,576 ill A fpoL ii 1 CNAB I PIAITOS ;tiirl Unrivaled in Tone, j Toucli and Durability. e n a no. S! js3 81 Jortb remmlYania St. -cc'&l attention given to Tuning, Repairing and t 10Vin iPIajnto I August Erbrich, tX3I.E AGENT FOR lA-UBORA LAGER BEER. Xxx IXock nsid Sottloi f 220 cd 223 notith Daltvtrt St B3EY nco. nanu 8 BEFORE EEMODEMNG. IPBILADELPHIA The Entire 76c. Oil THE Cloaks and Shawls, S Black and Colored Silks, j B osiery Dress Goods! i Velvets at Half Price. r Towels and Table Linen. PrMs at Two anil All Goods Less Than Cost. SULLIVAM 50 North Illinois Street. mm. ii l Second Week PLUNDER at IDAY Buffalo Shoe House, GG AAliinctou. St. AO Saknieii busy as bees selling show at 75 per cent, discount. To-Morrow tbo Plunder Sale disposes of 1,000 pairs Men's Shoes, 90e. To-Morrow the Plunder dale sella ten caea Women's Lic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 11 January 1885

THE UTDIAIJ APOLIÖ DAIL7 BEITTiKEL SUND AT II0BKIK6 JA I TT A KT 31 1S5 SUNDAY, JANUARY It. CUttCZU 11 and 73 TT it SUrket Street, AIIUSEIIENT3. Hh Coming Attractions at the Tarloaa Local Theaters for the Current Week. 'A Hoop of Gold" and "May-Bloesom" at the Orand Wilbur Opera Company and "Crimes of London" at English's The Museum and Zoo Notoa. "i hoof or gold'' at trbgka.iid. Hondaj, Tuesday and Wednesday evemliCT next, and Wednesday raatlneee, the ' cttraction at the Grand Oera House .trill be Lennox Jb Co.'a great spectacular melodrama, entitled "A Hoop Cf Gold," by the noted author, Horiimer Murdoch, Eaq. It comes highly recommended by the press of other cities, ft! d Has tke prestige of a 7GO-nlit ran In London, as 'well as several weeks in New Yorfc. This is Its second season in America ar-il its success is unabated. It will be predated here with many new and novel stage effects, a car load of special celery and a most excellent cast, including air ong others Messrs. George...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 11 January 1885

3 THÜ IHDIAITAPOLIß DAILY OEHTIHTTL 8UNJa7 IlOBNIHö JANUARY 11 18S5 Tromms WORLD. XI totstes fied that these coluraTas!r-s!l word sssn'l work la all the varied fields of ciefainc, rtzzzx ottnlcn rtrpectip women, iu:d voice the Tlcn and thoughts of wotu. It Is bored that tS7 Kay In some raearare ccconra.se and rtrenfUir ca wosen In eTcry worth j effort,aId then la ton fc3 the protlera ol self-support, protect fctbexa tfcrsttxh knowledge of form of borfnem and "law izzztn them to attain to ttclr ruutful position, ad thus thrctxgh enlightened, elevated woman j kcod ennoble the home, the ra"2, tin Nation. TVcreaa'a World" is wide. A s wire, ai mother, u fccrae-xcaker, m worker, as educator, es philaa-lircr-irt. u comrade, aa citizen, an 1 as a hinan belts, woman la everywhere bundles for herself and fcer feneration. From all sections ox this world, kßll rtport oflndlvidual an orru;lzoa work, etwa xtexna, thoughts, cjrieetlon and laqnüie ro tavited fer Uicms colsmni AtUreaaallscchajmrnnn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 11 January 1885

THIi nTDIAHAPOLIB DAILT SEHTinHL SUNDAl MOEHinG JANUARY 11 J5rWELVE PAGES. as Srtaj S entile la tha largest and best newjaper published In Indiana, CONTAINING 104 COLUMNS. Frte fraa Partita rollttra aid StfUrUa Ux On all subjects o! public Interest it expresses iia 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 mornihir, excluding only that which is prurient or Immorally sensational. In few words, the firNDAT SestisklIs devoted to that class of rews, literary and miscellany, proper aad nifcess&ry to mate it what it is, THE PAPER, FOR THE PEOPLE, rpecially adapted to the home. The Scsday Bentisjcl's inilauce wil be piven in aid ef the Elerallon and Advancement er Woman to the true position whicu la hers by virtue of natural justice. Price, 12 per year; twenty cents per month, delivered by carrier; five cents per copy. 9 TWELVE PAGES. SUNDAY, JANU...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 11 January 1885

EHE IHDIATTAPOLIS DAILY OEHTIHEL SUNDAY LIOKNIHG JANÜATtT 11 IMG-TW ELTE PAGES. won higiiways. Jubj ßailrcsda are IntUled to l'rotec tJoa. . 2allrcevds That Have Oone Into tao Hat. da of Deceivers The Cülcayo and Ohio Hiver FooL Tbe üoRon KlU scon tecia pajln; lu employ! fcf check. - Tne Jotot W wtern Cl m ifiratlon Corasaitteo will V-Cfct In EL Louis February L Tno Indianapolis and EransTllle, old ander ?crtcl06rc lat year, -was CftT-reven mile In JsitSta. It landed debt wu I lüü.OüQ, and lt capa.al ttock txO UXi. It nag been found that cote will take the place -rf coal to a iood adrantago in firing locomotives, übe beet U comparatively greater, and there is no fsoot to annoy passengers. boat tli 3 last of April the freight department ttl the Air line will be Iocted in the C. It. and J. freisht depot. The Air Line' contract with the VYataAh expiree at that time. Negotiation for a transfer o! the control of !l.Wet Lboce to the Yanderbllt people hare stmened mich a point that a deüni...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 11 January 1885

EHE IÜDIAIIAPOLIB DAILY BBHT1KBL SUNDAY 210KNIKG JASlTARI 11 1365 JM'US OF DICKENS. jffc Jjfct for Ticket ml Boston aal w York. EtKtrtMiU f Life of the ftrett Aothor In r' book, "Charles Dickens M I Knew Him," wbich bus jnst been-published, Mr. Geore lklby gives an account of the famous reading tours in Great Britain and America. Ux. Dj:bj accompanied Dickens as manager olihetoun which were resumed in W3; therefore he has mach to tell that is bath Interesting and new about the experiences tt hii "chief" and himself darin;; those enterprise. During the American tour the demand for tickets for the readings was so great as to be inconvenient. Clerks and servants of intending purchasers of tickets for the opening readings in Boston began to assemble outside Iba ticket oilice the night before the sale begaa being supplied with straw mattresses, blankets, food, and drink. By 8 o'clock in la the morning the queue was nearly hall a mile long, and about that time the employers of the persons...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 11 January 1885

THE IZTDIAHAPOLia DAILY OENTIHEL SUNDAY riOBHIH Q JANUARY 11 1885 DXLAH LITTLE n Alt 10 3. P? little handi, I loved them so? And now they are lyiny uaier the wow--ender the anow. to cold and white. 1 can not see them, or toucti them to-nltbL 'Ttav an n . .nil , . . . 4lGw knj n 3 xscilcu they used to bo! .Bat now they cm naver reach up throe throc?a th4 3oir litUa 'hand, I loTcd thei k: lOear litt'e handi. I mm thcu nil .All tfironjh the day, wmr.Ttr I jr;o .411 throngh tfce night. Low lonely it teems. ? or no little fcandt wake me oat of my dream 3 raias tlera all thronen the weary hoar. U nuta them as other zaiM tun thine and tiowsr; Jay tine or night time, wheiater I jo. 3Hr little hands. 1 n4 Ike tu : '.Tetr little bind, tfcey Lava gone from mc aow, 2 ever aga! a will tQey rest on my brow NeTerajaln smooth my orrowlal face, iNever 2iap tee in a cfclldisa embrace. And now ny forehead trovri wrinkled with care, "Ihl'ikln? of little hanaa, once rettiac there. 3nt l know In a happie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 11 January 1885

0 mm YORK STORE TO THE LADIES: T7o dcaird tomato known to you tha fact of our having marked down our entire itock of Cloaks. We ha7e rnado Tory low pricoa in ordor to close tho season and not c&ry ovora fiarmont Our siook is not largo but very well assorted In ße wmarkots, Circular, and the now Phort Dolmana, and at pricoa which X7Ü1 suit the wanta of all. our Ulrica' Cloakii are also marked doCTi. Ladioa who are about porcn&zins an outside wrap will find it to bo to tholr interest to oxarnine oar stook at tho markoadown prions. Pfices is Plain Fibres. ASSETT & GO, JOS. A. MOO&S, 4 xr.ZIarket Dt., Indianapolls 111 MUrnt tllowad en deposits, in men of 15 and Uczey t3 Lua on larrotcl City sad rami rrtV-Ttr la Indiana and Ohio. City. County and Town Uonda, nd Purchasen,ney Novo, bought aad soil. So loaria made except tuch m aro aeesred by tt raartsag? cn real estate, with c tarne ciarvla cf secnity, or by collaterals haying a martet nice....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 11 January 1885

lie 1 rrflil4iMr H I .I II ill If I TWELVE PAGES. ACCELERATION. "My Days aro Gliding Swiftly, Hfrifcly By, and I a Pilgrim Htrauger, 44 Weald ot Detain Themas They Fly Those Hours of Toll and Danger." 4 Tho King's Business Requires Haste' Quoted Dr. Talmage for His Text. worn Unto lie. All T That Labor and 'Arm ULmm-rj Lado, and I Will Give Ton Best." liooLTi, Jaa. 4. Dr. Talmage preached this morning In the Brooklyn Tabernacle on the subject, "Acceleration." The opening hymn wu; 'My days are gliding swiftly bj. And 1. a pilgrim stranger. Would not detain toem as they fly, l note dais ol toil and danger." Before the sermon Dr. Talmage read pas" saga a of Scrip tare, contrasting ancient Ion gerity with the brevity of modern human life. The text was L Samnel xxl., 8: "The King's business required baste." The fol lowing is the sermon In fall: The cradle of 1885 rocked on the grayed 1834. All intelligent people, whether Chris tian er unchristian, thoughtful about the closing of one volu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 11 January 1885

10 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 11, 1885. TUE moi,ii:n ulddixo. vi hut a grand orcl.e!ra! well ,h"u'i r,. r-ptl the chl 0:m hsppy nrnx- bril Th recordm anl turn! aide fm T,f,n fir your bride. ndrn,lH hol.l n humble ptlr, ua faded cheeka 0J b,r;r' "iVl.K 1 ?5OB Who,JV' - Pr erf!, "in that oldeo courle there; re frc TiLbIn.dMheir h,sirt in bond "Hufe wvurae ci me stars above." . Yr.tt''),t c,fbl0"' re fooneit to fade; And thoe of that Cir Toun? wife. Are im en oo vrmir's hsr laid, Ar.. cannot snrrlre through lif-; But the golden chain, inwoten by jwi Jr mutual forbearance, nd Tmpathy'e tears. I stronger than death, and sweeter than life. And turns to an ang-1 the silver-haired, wife. I rkanaw Traveler. Iter the UrmU ITouth's Companion. Tears ago, when a low standard of laoralj prevailed, the epithet Great waa bestowed upon any monarch who won battles and enlarged the territory and resources of hU kingdom. It mattered little then to the historian what might b...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 11 January 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS JA1LY SEN TUTEL, SUNDAY MORNING JANUARY 11, 1885 FAITH. With coniUnt fuh surpAMlnx dooU I Uod snd watch th tiJ- go out Th 'till tvrne trk I y to you 1 do not know, anl jet 1 do. Al-TetttM I the dy Put otf ht on ruri trJ go wir. Will rtionrnjr. crm th mist to woo! I d Dot knoj arvl yrt I do. X e the Mr thst luturn brin;r. Will verdu come with wakiDj? spring? Mt fith ton can nwr tru 1 do not know, o i v-t I do. - Wo our loTi on droop on J di. Hath H eaten brihtr hO on high 1 deth the tit that d thereto? 1 do not know; and jet I do. A Tallied Confidential Clerk. At'inU Coitin:tioa J I heard of a clerk once in a dry goods store who was smart and quick and a gplendid manager, and all that, but he ftupplty'iini.biggoty, and put on consequents! wire until he was very disagreeable, tnd he took occasion to say to his associates that the concern couldn't jossibly get along without him. So th old gentleman' who was the senior .partner, called him in th office one day, and says...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 11 January 1885

"Pi , J THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11 18854 thh esotr as gel. Tfce cU1h-bns danced that winter eight; Cid Eraitleboroagia rann with glee; Tbe windows overflowed with light: Joy ruled each b earth and Chritas tree. Cat to one the beh mad mirth were naught, Uta loul with du-per Joj was Iraught. II waited until the guets were gone: lie waited to dream hit dream alone; And the sight wore oa. Alone he standi In the silent night: He piles the snow in the Tillage quare; With spade for chiK:l, a ititne white From the cental qcarry rites lair. Ho Uxor, aTe the stars, to gn!de his hand. i-Jt ice 1 re age obeys Mi Kura command. ibeky is draped wüb fltecy lan. The lUti ktow in the early dawn, ' . Bat the lad toils on. And lot In the morn the peot'e came To gaze at the wondrous vllon there; And tb y called It "Ihe angel," divining lti name. For It csuie In silence and unaware. It teemed so mortal band nt d wrought The uplifted l.ce ol pryerfal thought; Bat :u featur...

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

VOL. XXX1Y-NO. 12. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 12, 1885. WHOLE NO. 10,577 WliUN INDICATIONS. ffOD BOSD1T-Cloudy weather with rain, followed bj colder, clearing weather. Any Individual interested in an odd Coat, Vcat, or Pants, to pieco ont the remaining portion cf tho winter, should coe what a very little money will buy from, among our broken lots, at tho WHEN. iMlnJ SAHFQRD'S RADICAL CURE. The Great I!alam!c Distillation of Witch llaxel, American Pine, Canadian Fir, Marigold, Clover UXonnom, Etc., For the Immediate relief and permanent car of every form of Catairh, from a simple head col 1 or Influenza to the loss of smell, taste and heirinj, tontfb, brochitia and laclptent consumption. Rollet In five minutes in any and every case. Nothins; like it. Grateful, frascrant, whoicome. Cure begins from first application, and Is rapid, radical, permanent and never falling. One bottle Radical Cure, one box Catarrhal BolTent and Eanford'a Inhaler. In ona picac, forming a complete ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 12 January 1885

THE 1NDIAH APOLIB DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MORNING JANUARY 12 1885 i wwmu uiw uww www i PBOCEEDIMS 13 CCSGRKS. The Sarai ipproprlatlon Bill Passed By the House The Consular and Diplomatic Bill. THE FÖttTY-EIÜIlTU CONGRESS. The Iiou4. Wasoisgtoit, D. CM Jan. 10. Immediately after the reading of the journal, ifr. Randall cored to dispense with the morning hoar, for the purpose cf pressing the navy appropriation bill to passage. This was atrongly opposed by Mr. Stockslager, who maintained that the House should proceed with the consideration of the special order in reference to public tmildincs. Mr. Randall pointed out the importance of passing appropriation bills speedily. Not to do so would be to risk an extra session, which would be of little good to the country and etill less to the party to which he belonged. Mr. Stockslager replied with some warmth that he was performln what he considered his duty iii contending for consideration of the special order. ' Quite a brisk and apparently p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 12 January 1885

THIS IHDIAIIAPOLia DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY HORNING JANUARY 12 18E5 HAILTUY Sepcrt of the Wabash Receivers Concerclcg tbe Earnings and Expenses of the Various Lines of That Syetem Diverting Freights From Chicago to 8t. Loula. The Baltimore und Ohio Railroad la arranging ttroDg tolls and tonnage at tidewater fcr Clearfield and Cumberland coala. Tte statement Is made on good authority tbat rates will ia the spring be from thirty to !ty cents a ton lower than those adopted a jrar so, and that of shipments at f. debater the Pennsylvania Riüroad will hay f ptr cent, and the Baltimore and Oaio 45 percent. At tbe Usee cf tin organization ol the fcfir,e Eailroad Commission there were aboat 4(0 rules cf railroad In this State; tt the prtnt time there are 1,148 52 10O milei. Daring the year there rere forty-six accident, aft follows: On the Grand Trent- 15, 3 fetal; Boston and Maine. 0. 4 fatal; Knox and Lircoln, 1; Maine Central, 18, 11 fatal; Portland and Rochester, 2, 1 f&tel; Por...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 12 January 1885

( THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL MONDAY MOENING JANUARY 12 5 MONDAY, JANUARY 12. OFFICEi 71 and 73 West Market Street. RATES OP SUBSCRIPTION. Indianapolis Dentinal for 1881 Dally, Ban day and Weekly Edition Delivered by carrier, per wee I 25 Dally, including Bnadaj, per we Daily, per annua, by cuIL Oelly.yez aonnm, by mall. InCladlnt BUndlJ, by da!! M-MMUMM.MM . Dally, deUvered by carrier, per annnn Dally, delivered by carrier, pe annum. Indall32 8 an day Dally, to newsdealers, per oopy . 12 03 12 00 II 00 t SUNDAY. an lay edition o! eighty-four columns. Bun day Sentinel, by carrier -.,1J 00 2 5C Ta newtdoalen, per copy. WXXXLY. weekly, per annnrt 1 1 00 The pcsUse on rnbscrifUonj by nail la prepaid er the pubuAhe? newsdealers supplied at three ccati per copy, Postage or other enjarea prepaid. Katered u iccond-clau matter at the FoatoSloe at lallanapol!, kid. AN IMPORTANT SUPPLEMENT. As soon as Governor Gray's inaugural i delivered, on Monday next, we will be prepared to famish a s...

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