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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 8 April 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MORNING APRIL 8 1885 COURT-HOUSE LOCALS. The Overland Telephone and Telegraph Company In Court Henry Arnold Oeta Two Years North. The County Beard yesterday aliased bills amounting to f3.S72.23. Judge Howe yesterday diam'ased th diYorceiaitcf Etta.IUnger T3. Herbert Ringer. A new trial has been refused by Judi Howe in the suit cf Ehie Haßley and othen Ti. George Wood. Thoma3 E. Watts yesterday Rare $2,500 "bonds as administrator of the estate of William'H. Foreman, deceased. The Laborers' Saving and Loan Association with 5100,000 steck, and the National iBararian Mutual Benefit AS3ciation tiled articles for record yesterday. The will of Thomas II. Wood, of Uticj, 2J. Y.t was prafcatcd yesterday, there bains property in this city belonging to the estate. Uh estate is yalued at over $100 000. The damage euit cf Siiler t?. Landers, for 3,C00, on account of pertosal injuries received a year ago ty fillies thioQsh a breaking sidewalk on North Ill...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 8 April 1885

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MORNING APRIL 8 1885 WmLASDCQa9ERCi&L AND STÜCKS. New York ITluaactal Market. HEY? YOttü. Arm 7. Kcney-Oa call contlauei c sry tt 1 per cent. Prima LI ertantlla Paper 4 per cent. Par tilvtr-l co;. Foreign Exchange Is dull but firm at uncharccdqT;ouUor!S. 'jsotatioss for actual bastne-H aretetJiaud p;'3,. pos.e-d rate are 4ä5$ icdm Government Bond -Are quiet and unchanged. fctate Sft-cnrl.Ie. Have teen neglected. Tto Kail way Bond mar a has teen more active to-day, the iotAl fftlea bMug 1.421.C00, hq increase over yesterday of about and prices this tTtcins arc Irregular s compared wit list prevlout sates. lh c ban bowever, are in many Jfr i nly Iracuou-il amount. Erie seconds Hf.v continue active, and thr was r.nslo.eri(M; Tnuixe-a In t'fcesar,.f ake and Ohio lirtsand in Nk-iel llaie Crs. Mr. Ilamlcu.oa, President of the (orrpany. sys he thinks the jatert ou t e firs's vrill repaid at maturity, bat bei not nositit. lie nys ir.e ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 8 April 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MOllNING APRIL 8 1885. 7 A OCKER SUNDAY DREAM. I:Y GEOI'iECOor&iU lie jf, and dreamt that the kangaroo Had given a fancy ball: The eiepcant came with the festive gnu, The Eocw with the crunch tail. A funny KiraJTe, that ttll noi&inz not lau;;!). Dropped In wlih a centipede; .And a erlebt snd ilea that i.djut beeu to tei Waltzed round with remarkable reöd. A wmsp and a lnnb!e hoc b id a chad Jo-c over tli 1 tile nose: AnJ ale cocstri ;tr. upvn the cat. I5rci up la hl un-iy rlott.t. A crow and raccoon, in a tr j t Kllooa," rarritd over hi b;d to sins: And a neat iirinalill crcp: no on his pillow To üiat t-e ülüiuaU Hin.;. üben all, ero they loft, ind a sfaoc.'al bow, And out In tne mconlUht iped; IIxi a ;oncJtrou t ramie tow. Which kloppe 1 to stand ca Its hed. Tine little Loy dv, and Krluntd nt tbe joke: 8prMl out of his be 1 v tri Iii ; ""I tau drtam It alt oier." laid bo, "while they Cover lis ti with thi i crazy qui...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 8 April 1885

TUE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL "WEDNESDAY MORNING APE IL 8 1885 T8E OEW STORE DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. FOBTY PIECES Dress Goods, 40 INCHES WIDE, 25 GElffi I YARD. A Great Bargain. PETTIS BASSCTT& El JOS. A. MOORE, C4 E. Marhot Dt., Indianapolis, Ind Intern; allowed on depcslU, la sunj of 85 and Spwtrd. Money to Loan on Iraprored Cltj and Farm Property in Indiana and Ohio. City, County and Town Londs, and Purchased If oney Notes, bought and Fold. No loana made except auch t& are fecured by lint mortgage on real eute, with a large marzin ai security, or by collateral navinz a market Ine. Foreign Exc-mga for tale on all parts o! the world. SUMMER SILKS. & CO. Oiler To-Day 30 TIECES lew Sommer Silks, 45o to 75o. kstirkly styles, an J much better poods thau any offered lor scteril years at the iriccs. SUMMER SILKS, liko All Dry Goods, ARE CHEAP THIS SEASON. A. DICKSON & CO., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8. orriCEi 71 and 73 Weit Market Street. SENT INK...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 9 April 1885

TOL. XXXIV-NO. 01). INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL !, 1885. WHOLE NO. 10,1(13. WHEN INDICATIONS. FOR TIIL'HSDAT. "Warmer nl ftr weather; wind i-htftloj; to eatrly and b. cendvg variable; lower barometer. Every Department of iho Hei Store mm Is being crowned to its utmost capacity with the product of Our Factory, and wo do not vary from facts when we say that our exhibit will discount any previous effort wo havo made for outfitting tho myriads who trade at tho TT3 SAKFORD'S RADICAL CURE. Tli Great llahiimie Distillation ofWtteh l!arl, American Fine, Canadian Fir, Marigold. Clover HloMom, Ktc, Förth immediate relief and permanent cure ol very form of Cubit rh, from a imple head col 1 or Influenza to tho lo ot mell, tu.. to sal hearing, ub,brochKH and Incipient consurtptlon. Rollet In fire minute In any anl every ass. N'ithlnn HkelC Grateful, fragrant, who!eoroe. (!uwbcKin fron first application, and la rapid, radical, permanent a.pl never 1aIuz. One bottle Pailral Cure, one box...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 9 April 1885

2 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL THURSDAY MORNING APRIL 9 1885.' GENERAL TELEGRAMS A Complicated Traa taction. Nashville, Tean., April 7. A. carious complication has aritf n In the State Lerjlsla tare. The Kepnblican numbers of the Benate, In order to prevent the paajo of the Honso bill providing for the registration ct voters in communities having 1,000 inhabitant", absented tbemsilrcs at roll-cill yesterday to preTcnt a qaomm. The Serjeant-at-Arns vraa empowered b7 the Speaker to bam dc on end, if neccs-ary, arrest absentees. The sergeant arrested Senator Rimzey, one of the absentees, last night. The latter applied for a writ of habeas corpus to Jade Heid, of the Circuit Court of this county, 'who commanded the Sheriff to have tha body of Senator Iljmce7 before him thia morclcp. Meantime Senator Ilameey was brcrjpht beforothe bar of the Ssnate, which had keen in executive session all tha foreneed, and tee Eher: if was refused admittance to servo the writ on the Ecnate officers. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 9 April 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL THURSDAY MORNING, A PAIL ) 1885 3 INDIANA LEQI8LATU11E. Omissions and curtail mtuis of this report fOr want of tpacc in these columns wilt appear in n appendix to Vclume XXI 11 of iht Mrnicr JjsgislaJLime reports. INT SENATE. WtPss'DAT, April P, 1S&3. rilSKSAL AI PROfRIATIO-N FILL. The ,Snta resumed conaiderutioa ol the bill II. It. 79. The item cf $8 000 far the bath, wish and dry home at the ßute Prisoa North beiDf lead Mr. rAKKEK: It taerns to rne 5.000 for a hath home is a big ;mre. I move to amend by lrsertlag tha word "four" iaiteid cf 'eight." The amendment was rejected. Theconioiittee amendment aJIing after Ice appropriations for tue ßtate Trlson North a proriio "that all ajecific appropriations herein made for additional buildings and machinery for the 8ate Prison North shall be paid oat cf the earnings of said prison," being readMr. WILLA11D: $118,C00 wa3 the amount earned last year by the Slate Prizon North. In this hill we have...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 9 April 1885

4 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL THURSDAY MORNING APJIIL 9 1885 c THURSDAY, APRIL 'J. OFFICII "i aud 73 ITeat Market Street. KATES OF hUnSCUUTlOX. Indianapolis Sentinel fur lHR.T Datlj, San. day and YVkly Kditlooa. DULY. Delivered by carrier, per wcci ...-S 2 pally, including Sunday, per weel.........-. S3 Dally, per annua, by nail . 13 CO Dally, per annum, by mail, lncladiaz San day, ty rr. a 11... - Dally, delivered by carrier. per aaium.... 12 CO 12 CO Joally, delivered by carrier, per anaam, Including Eun(l3y - 11 CO Dally, to newsdealers, p?rccpy 3 PC SPAY. Bunday eä!t!on of ehjhtv-four columns. Bunday Sentinel, by carrier To newsdealers, per copy- - WfcKKLV, cfely per ftnnTi?n, ...... t 2 CO 3, 1 00 The postage oa aubicriptlons by mall li prepaid by the publUher. Newsdealers supplied at threo cents per copy. I'ostagecr other c barges prepaid. Entered as second-class matter at the PoetoSSce at Indianapolis, Ind. Caeteh Harrison seems to have gigged the Chicago Kins. Francs has...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 9 April 1885

5 AN OLD STILL Captcred In 1S79 and Sold to a Coppersmith Idfcsly to Who LI ate Trouble for tbo Seller, ia Bald to nave Made tbo Good Confession. In W' the Govemrj2eiit"o2icer3 ;poancd down upon an illicit distillery in Franklin Coanty an i captured the outfit, which wai fcrotht to this city and stored away in the iourth itory of the Tost-cClce building List summer the cfS:ia!s of the revenue office were applied to by a distiller who wished to iay the epparatcj, and Collector ilsKiy asked aathcrity Iron Washington to sell the ame, in the meantime having the still, cap and worm, all of which are made of copper, appraised by "William Langenkamp, a coppersmith doing business on the corner of Delaware and Georgia streets. Shortly afterwards, the Collector was informed by the 'Washington Department that the still could 31 ot be sold in its condition at that time, as under the law it would havo to be broken up and cold a3 old copper. Thi3 put an end to the proposed sale, and nothing more ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 9 April 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL Till) It SD AY MORNING AHIL 1885 HHAKHALAHD CDflgiBCUk HONEY. AND STOCKS. Jfaw York Flnnclal IHarkct. HEW TORK, April Youey-On call coaiiivi cssj a: 1 per cent. Closing at 1 per aat. fitoo Mertanuia I"aper-4 ja per s Bar fll7tr-l C'Jr Foreign Exchange I quiet and unchanged, quotations far posted rates are 4 jJ3: .actual luv!n(u waa doae at 454i34it '4. and 4S6?iJ Government Bonds-IUvo been dull tut strong and thert is a jaln of 1 cent. in ths quotations ol the 3i and 4", both r;$iiered and coupon. fctater-'ecurMei Are quiet acd itrauq;, quotatioa iu many ce?c showing moderate gln. The railroad bead n2ri.1t h been more uniet to-di.y. The toMl sales being cmy 5 Jl?. 100. a ddree: from yesterday of xOS.GCOas measured b7 the number of shares bouabt and told. Late hbore um lh? moit active stock on fcxehange. the to'ai lraucv.o:.H looting up 30.01. J sis. re, but the extreme iSjciuatioui wcue ouly 7oflP;r nt, the hli tif .t priee'whlch was Teacneliu the uio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 9 April 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL THURSDAY MOltNING APRIL 9 1885 7 HEART, BAD HEART. Hf art. fod heart, for what are joa plpsdins? Tbe ioa has set and the right Iscold; To jo on hoping where ot r bold Iead is tie fire lorw.atct fceiiu. Ten are keeping your eyes from realln; Th ol J, ola story so olun told. Heart. m4 heart, for wfcst are you p'esdingT Itesan bu set and tne uigat is cold. The wind and the rain in tio dark ara breeding flioros to iwep over valley and world. Lote, tbe outcast, witn lotiloe bold. Tlamois and prays o a pa er iinbedin: iieart. nad heart, for whtt sre yon plfndln:: ? Louib? i;hadaltr iluultou. 1JAMU UL. Mr. Cramptcn was fccoi-Iookin-; young mac, andiülto a favente among tho girli, on account of Lis curly hair, laughing eyes, and "love of a rnustach ;' and, but for one thing, he would have be -ia.il right, but my hero was afllicicd with the most provoking of ailments extreme bibfulnci3 which excited alternately the pity and amusement of his various tcqcaintasc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 9 April 1885

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL TI1UESDAY MORNING APRIL !) I8S5 TBI m W STORE IASUanBD X8&34 DRESS GOOD: DEPARTMENT. FORTY PIECES Dress Goods 40 INCHES VIDE, 25 GENTS A TABD. A Great Bargain. FETTISMSSETT&GQ JOS. A. MOORE, 84 E. M&rkot Gt.t Indianapolis, Ind Interest allowed 3 deposits, la estcs of 13 and CP ward. Honey to Loan on Improved City and Farm fro-wrty In Indiana and Ohio. City, County and Town Loads, and Purchased Money Notes, bought end sold. No loans mad a except such m aro eccnred by flrit mort?a?e on real estate, with a larso man?ln ox accurlty, or by collateral! üavinj a market Talae. Foreizs Exchange lor ale oa all parts ol the world. i DIGKSOI & SB. GENTLEMEN'S PRIZE MEDAL" SHIRTS, Custom kiltie. TJrjIaund.ered a. 50c, 65c, 75o, 81.CO. LaucCercd at 753, 81.00 and 81,25. it tte Price tae Et Shirts ia America. CORSETS! CORSETS! CORSETS! At 50o, C 5c, 753 and 01.00. 'TFctir New Haie. Uncqa'ed for Pit ted Cnalltj. A. DI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 April 1885

lf1 UM VOT- XXXIV-NO. 100. INDIANAPOLIS, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1885. WHOLE NO. lO.llil. K , JO .UK WHEN INDICATIONS. r FRIDAT,Flr weathar; notheatitv wUrir, becoming variable; alight tls lb iUi rat lit e. Every Department of tha Men Is being crcwled to its utmast capacity with tho product of Cur Factory, and wa tfo not vary from fact3 when ve say that cur exhibit will discount any previous effort wa hayo mado for outfitting the myriads who trade at tho Richmond; I O A K K T X K Nruokri who are iSlinz to pay a little more for Cigarette than the price char; rt iir m? orrtinmry irue Clarett. will find the EICHMOND STEAIT CUT No. 1 SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHILRS. Iney are maae from tne öntiiüuti Liicate!y Flavored, and Highest Cot ;o'd Leaf KTOwn in Virzin!, and are Absolctely Without Adulteration or Drugs. We US3 tha 6LNU1NE FRENCH KICE Straight Out NO. 1 tAi-Kli ol our own direct Importation, which is made e'pecial'.y tor u. wafr marked with the name oi tbefcrand.RICHMOND STRAIGHT CUT Ho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 April 1885

2 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL lTvIDAY MORNING APRIL 10 1885. GENERAL TELEGR,YM3. A Rndt of BladUoa Ktrs. Special to the Bentlnel. Madisos, Ind., April 0. Warrants wer issued yesterday for the arrest of Alonzo, Charles and John Renfrew and Charles Nichols, tsho, it appear, on the night of the lit of April, went to the residence c! Henry Dallhoover, about tea milea in the country, where all these parties reside, and heaa throwing recta against the house and through the window?, and awafcene l he and his family arose from their beds,when a ract came crashing through a window and atruci Mrs. Dallhoover on the head. The parties then fled this bcins about midnight. "William Dillhcover, a brother of Henry aho a farmer esides about two miles distant. Henry hurriedly drersed and repaired to his brother's residence to apprise him of the doings of the mob, but when he arrived there he found they had &Uo been there, having on direct from Henry's to William's boas and went throug...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 April 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL FRIDAY MORNING, APAIL 10 1885. 3 INDIANA LEOI8LATDRB. Omüfi&i$ and curtailiAentt cf li report fir vani ef tpau in these coumoj will appear in e appendix to TVurw XXI 1 1 IA Brevier LeguUlivi reports. IN 8 EN A TS. Tnup-SDAT, April 0, 18&5. rtjtcirsfi or railroad tracks. The Eenate requeued toe consideration of the bill II. R Ti pending at the adjournment yesterday. Mr. MAGEE withdre his motion to recommit. The qusst''ci bin? on tb amendment Mr. Willar l' to trikeout all that relit to attorn e'a fe?, it aa rejected by yen H, nays 22 Mr. BAILEY, ezpVnin; his vote: The law in reference to n e:'uan?c's Hen anrt in ether casefj rrovid3 for attorneys' fees, and I tee no reason by auch a provision should net be included in these casts, eo I vote 'TO." Mr. MAO EE: I den'tthinx we can mae ruch a provision apply to involuntary contracts. I therefore vote "aye." V.r. MclN'TOSII: If ihia attorney fee ia stricken out it will c:at the farmer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 10 April 1885

i THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL' FRIDAY MORNING APRIL 10 1885 FRIDAY, A PHIL 10. OFFICE: 71 and 73 West Market Street. rites of sunscRirnox. Indianapolis Sentinel fur 1883 Dally, San. day and Weekly Editions. Delivered by carrier, per week.. ...f 21 Dally, Including Sunday, per week 30 Dally, per annum, by mall. 13 CO Dally, per annum, by mail, Including San d&jTa Ivy m&llw mw 4M 12 00 Dally, dellTered b carrier. per annum 12 CO Dally, delivered 'by carrier, per annum, la eluding Sunday. ...... It CO Dally, to newsdealers, per copy 3 SUNDAY. Sunday edition of eighty-four columns- 3 2 00 Sunday Sentinel, by carrier...-.. 2 51 To newsdealers, per copy ... . ZY WEEKLY, Weekly, per annum... . S 1 00 The postage on subtcriptiona by mall la prepaid by the publisher. Newsdealers supplied at three cents per copy. Postage or other charges prepaid. Entered as second-class matter at the FostoSco at Indianapolis, Ind. Moxci'OLY ts. the People is the isim balore the Sen...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL FRIDAY MORNING APRIL 10 1885 5 characterized bj falicitoas ipoachei and proTed highly eKjojable to all present. At the rroTinco Convention of the Thl 1IU Theta Faterclty yesterday the following officen irre elected: J. W. LaGrange, Hanover, Secretary; O. R. Norman, FrankJin, Warden; J. C. Dayldfion, HilUiale Col3fgt, Mich., Treasurer; W. C Covert, HanCTer, Chaplain. The following speakers for ihe nxt convention were elected: Orator, "W. Snyder, DePauw; historian, C. M. Carter, Franklin : prophet, 0. IL McCaslin, Hanoyer; jpoet, F. E. Miller, Indiana University. THAT COPrEE STILL. Captain John Cahlll Beeponslble for the Qa'.e-Qla Beacons Therefor. The name of the indiTidual who eold the rrtnrr tili in William LprtrMnkamn. hnt which could net be obtained on Wednesday ?y the most persistent Inquiry, was learned jt:4T&&j, Captain John Cahill, the engineer jap.n vheaa the responsibility far the act Jest?. When thli fact wai learned,...

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

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL FTUDAY MORNING APRIL 10 1885 MAlICULAlfl) COMMERCIAL. nONEt AND STiKJKS. Kw York Financial Urkt. SIW TO BJC, April 9. -Money Oa 11 conti abm easy &t 1 per cent. Closing at 1 per cjdu rriine Meacaattle Paper 4v?y5 per cent. Bar Silver Unchanged at 1 C6)v Foreign Exchange ! quiet and steady: actual tujines-s is dose at 4Sl4'34-:6?;. Governxnent Bonds Are quiet and quotations unchanged, except for 3 per cents., which are op per cent. State Seen rie Are'qaiet. an J Alabamas generally a hade Jo wer. Otheri steady. The railroad toad market was strong, and the butixiesa was pretty well dimibuted. The total talcs were fl.56J.C0', but of thla Erie secoads, new, contibuted STTO.OoO, leaving 8793.COO for the remainder of the issues traded In. Trices are yentrally higher. The stock market opened strong and excited thli moraine on the European war news, and la the early dealings there wat a rush by the shorts te cover. First price were gecera'ly fron...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL FRIDAY MORNING APRIL 10 1885. AN ELOQUENT ADDBESS, Colonel diaries Vnhf at the U.A. R. Fair at Evansvlllf . TheVTur for the Cnlon and tbe TIeroea ho rougbt to It Oavllantry of Our rcldlery Oatilvallnc Greek and KomaaIht llllnc Incidents of the Great Strife. On the evening of the Gth tail, at KransTille, was opened a fair f r the benefit of the G. A. 1U Post of that city. From the Evansrille Tribune we copy tbe address of Colonel Cnarlei Denby, delivered oa tha osccaioa. Colonel Denby spoke as foIJovs: Laoik, Or.MLEMKa asd Comradfs It is mt expected of me on this occasion that I slnuld detain joa with a lengthy aiires. Tnere are other dm5es to be performed hers, and aocial pleasure awaiting you from which I mast not leng keep you. We are here to day at an interval of twenty years after the termination of the war of he rebellion. The question as to when the war began and when it ended, has frequently been before the Supreme Court of the United States. T...

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

TBE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL Til ID AY MORNING? AMI L 10 1885 TOE W I STORE DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. FORTY PIECES Dress Goods, 40 INCHES WIDE, 25 GENTT A YARD. A Great Bargain. PETTIS BÄSSETT& GO JOS. A. MOORE, 64 XL Harket Bt., Indianapolis, Ind Interest allowed on deposits, la rans of 15 and opwt.nl, Money to Loan on Improred City and Farm Property In Indiana and Ohio. City, County and Town Bonds, and Purchased Money Note, bought and gold. Ho loans made except tuen as are secured by flirt mortgage on real estate, with a larze margin 1 security, or by collaterals narins a market ralne. Foreign Exchange for aie on all parts o! the world. 1 GENTLEMEN'S "PRIZE MEDAL" HIRT Custom Sind. TJolatmdercd av. 50o, 65c. 7ßo, 81.CO. IauEdercd at 75tr, $1.00 and $1.25. At the Prices the Best Shirts In America. CORSETS! CORSETS! CORSETS! At 60c, 65c, 75o and $1.00. eFour New Make?. Uneoualed for Fit and Quality. A. DICKSON & CO., TRADE PALACE. FRIDAY, APRIL 10. OmCEt 71 ...

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