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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 11 April 1885

Siffig i I F f I I 1 il 1 V VOL. XXXIY-NO. 101. INDIANAPOLIS, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 11, 1885. WHOLE NO. 10,165. 1 1VJ1EN INDICATIONS. FOR SATUKDAY.-Lccal showers, fol lowed bj flr and slightly wrmrwther, except la extrem weit portion; nearly stationary temperature: southerly, shifting to westerly wtn!: rising biuomcter lu weitern portion; falling, followed by rising barometer In ratteru portion. Every Department of tha lei mm Is being crowded to its utmost capacity vith the product of Our Factory, and wa tfo not vary from facts when wo say that our exhibit will discount any previous effort wa havo made for outfitting the myriads who trade at tho "v Tho Only Heine Sics for tho Skin and Blood Universally Commended TVra.T.Totten.C72 North Tenth Street, Phila delphia, reports that one of his customers suited to bim incidentally tbat he was feeling so well and had gained twoaty-ieven rounds In tho last year, all of which he attributed to a systematic course of tbe Cuticura Resolvent, w...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 11 April 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING1 APIUL 11 1885. (jraix chop rnosrrcrs. TTl&Ur TTheat Had 1 7 Damaged Thronjh out Illinois. ErEiKuiiiLP, 111 , April 10. Tha late r pcrta to the Illinois Department of A grl eli täre Itay no room for doubting thittbe growicg crcp m Isen severely damaged by the protracted cold drj weather in llarcb. la some localities the reporters assert that the wheat was darcaed in January when the ground was bare cf snoTT and ths plant wts cipcted to the extreme low tem perature that pervaded daring that period. The tables published to-d?y eboir that in April the condition of winter wheat in llinois has not been more unfavorable for years than this c&ion. The tables hare ben compiled from the reports of nearly GOO ex perience! . correspondents of tue Illi nois Department of Agriculture, who are to distributed throughout the State 3 to enable them to examine the condition cf growing crops In each locality. The wheat area of the State during t...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 11 April 1885

TUE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING, A PAIL 11 1885. 'S INDIANA LECHS EAT DHE. Onüsiom and curUiitietJs cf thii rrpcrt for oant of $pnct 'i thtte f.'uu tcill appear in on aprxviU to Yolum XXIII cf tKt Lrtvier Ltgiitative reports. Fr.ibaT, April 10, 183. IK SENATE, rciiooi. fdnd loas. On motion by Mr. WKIU the bill II. R. 4S to atari; i Stctiooi A 373 eod 4, 37-4 of the Kevised h:itutes wis read the thirl Usee AEdpiiHil by jeas -i. nays l'J. Mr. Wi:ii:xp!ined it allows the leaning of moneys to cit zsc of cthir chanties, end in anres ro. to xrtd the County Commi;sicn?r3 to appoint the appraisers; or not to exceed en fourth the value of the I loverly without improvements There are seventeen coanties in the Siata enable to loan this mobey. Toe csanty I liye In hai from :. löö to $20 CW it can cot loan. The county la rfrpousible for the money and his to pay the intcmt cu it. DAN(EEOrs TOYS. 0 n otion by Mr. S1IIVELY the bill H. II. li'i to prohibit the aale of dangerous toys...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 11 April 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS D AIL r SENTINEL' SATURDAY MORNING APRIL H 1885 SATURDAY, APRIL 11. OrriCK: 71 and 73 West Market Street. IUTES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Eodla.n. polls Peatlnel for 18S. Dally, San day and Weekly Editions. DAILY. Dellrered by carrier, per weet , 3 25 Daily, including Sunday, per week.. SO Pally, per annum, by mail. . . . 13 CO Dally, per annum, by nail. Including Sua- day. by m. 11 .......... ......... 12 00 Dally, delivered by carrier, per annum-. 12 00 DaHy, delivered bj carrier, per annum, ia eluding Sunuay.....-.. 11 CO Daily, to newsdealers, per copy ,.. 3 SUNDAY. Bnnday edition of ei?htv-four columns- 3 2 00 Bunday fitntlnel, by carrler.... ...... 2 53 To newsdealers, per copy . zy WtEKLY. Weekly, per annum. S 1 03 The postage on ubEcrlptiona by mail Is prepaid by the publisher. Newsdealers supplied at three cents per copy. Postage or ether charges prepaid. Entered as second-cla&s matter at the Pos to Sco at Indianapolis, Ind. Pass the tjlephone bilL Get the Sunda...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 11 April 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATUJIDA MORNING APRIL 11' 1885 5 LEGISLATIVE NOTES Import of XhQ Conference Commutes ob the General Appropria tion Bill. Tie Bill to Regulato trio Telephone Service Still Pending 'la the Sen ate Hoatffoinery County's Protest. The Democratic Senators will cancas im mediately after the noan adjournment, to day, to decide upon the leleetion of a norm nee for the pcaiticn of President pro tern, of lhe iSenate. The bill requiring township Institutes to held cn some dsy other than Saturday, and allowir? the teachers a day's pay for attending the tame, failed to pas yesterday ior want of a constitutional majority. Senator Brown's bill requiring the polls In -election prtcir.cls to be opened at Cr.zo a. m.., ai called up and parsed yesterday mornin in the House, the Republicans who voted against the measure before now supporting it. The bQl regulating the prica of telephone Service was called up in the Senate yester day afternoon, but no vole wai reached. Se...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 11 April 1885

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING APRIL 111885 MMAL AIIB COMCiAi. HONEY AND MrüCKS. Hew York Financial Zlarktt. JX2T7 TORE. April 10. Honey Oa call contin nea ej at 1 per cent. Closing at 1 per c int. Prlna Mercantile Paper-45 per cent. Bar Bliver-lCfi Foreign Exchange Is quiet and ftealy at un changed quotation!; actual hnine;s is doae at Government Bonds-Are quiet but Crm at un changed quotations. State eeciri.Iet ?low: a little more activity, with pri;i Lrc, except for Tennesices, which are keavy. Railroad bonds hare been active and price gen erally maintained. Tbe stock market continue subject to the latest Er -peaa war nsws. Tße opening prices to-dny were generally from J4' to y per cent, lower on account of a general iuiprejsicn tfcat the outlook for a peaceful o!ut!oa of the difllcaltles between England and Russia were rcors; favorable and the advance In Londoa of tie price cf Fritish consoX Some activity wa developed by an eiTort on the part of the speculato...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 11 April 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING APRIL 11 1885 trots aornER. lYoong Lilies' Journal! "Well, to j boy, I'll try and tell yoa all Acut it from the be ginning. Help yourself t4 a cigar first, und p&si the box tome, I knew yea would want to hear the particu lars, and I 1 have btea IrjiDg to put off the Til moment. Vr gettirß n old iuan now, Harry, and all this thoo ine a good deal'at the time. "Come here. Trot, ard tit on my knee. There, that's tetter, tiitzns odd, Harry, don't It, to tee an old buchelcr like me nurs ing a tiny bit cf a fctrl Iii T:ct? Four years old to-day, aren't yea, Tot? Haw the time Hies! "You see, my dear lid, you ought to bare told her before jou wfat etbj. She never ;2ueied that yen thoug'it of her in that way. It might have sa7ed her ho knows? 'It muat be nine years cinca yonr Uncle Will died and left Violet in my care. She was only fifteen then. Don't you think Trot Is Te?y like her? The tame lara brown eyes and !o2g laihea, tha ume loviDg ...

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

1?R rj va&na vk5 ssS 8 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING' APRIL 11 1885 TOE Dffl YORK STORE CEHTAIlLIBIIISn lN3:i.) BUCKGOODS DEPARTMENT. Ladies will find a very complete stock in this Department, and the newest styles yet shown. We enumerate a few of the leading jabiics: HENRIETTE CLOTHS in All Wool and Silk Wraps, DKAP DE ALMAS in Silk Wrap, AI.UATROSS an-l KYßER CLOTHS, CAT CACIII MERE, OTTOMAN CLOTHS, SURAH SERGES, CANARY CLOTHS, BIARIIETTS and ARMOUR C; LOTIIS, GERSTERS and COROU- KETTS, BROCADED SERGES and SVT. TINES, PLAIN and LACE BUNTING. NUN'S VEILINGS, RH ADAM ES, DRAP D'ETE. CORKSCREWS. Full line of CASHMERES in Clue and Jet Rlack, of our legular make. Color, Finish and "jnalitT ar the esuenUal joint carefully considered in all oar purchase. Priens Always ii flail lipres. PETTIS BASSETT & GO JOS. A. MOORE, 1U E. Market Gt., Indtanapolla, Ind Interest allowed on deposits. In sueu of 15 and Bp ward. Money to Loan oa Improved City f.nd Farm Fro-perty ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 12 April 1885

taW It f I 1 I S .1 III 1! IZ1IF1 III II VOL. XXXIT-NO. 102. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1885-SLXTEEN PAGES. "WHOLE NO. 10.lCi.J- VtBES INDICATIONS. TOR El'NIAT.-Sllehtly folUtr acl f lr w.ath.r; lilgb.r b.r.ni.ltr; nortli.rlr ltc. Every Department of ths len Clollig Store la being crowded to its utmost capacity with Iho product of Cur Factory, and wo do not vsry from facts when we say that our exhibit will discount any previous effort wa have mado for outfitting the myriads who trade at the iÖ 4 KNABE PIANOS Arc tho acknowledged favorites of the best musician. " Theo Pfäfflin 4 -Co. Evorett nd Now Fncland Pianos. Etory & Clark Organ. Our Spring and Summer Stock 13 Complete. Every Advantage that Experience, Skill ami Capital ein Secure We Have. Call and Inspect. All the Rage. The New rUidi and Checks (or QUITINGS & TROUSERINGS. A Full Line of Mchtirs, Melton, the New Diagonals, Corkscrews, Etc., for SPRING OVERCOATS. 33 and 35 South IlllnoU Street, Open ETenlnga....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 12 April 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING AntlL 12 1885. 7AÜUITTGT0N. Letter Frca tta Satlosal Cipltal. EaUrrUw TTIth lh 22Ulitr From Oo&tt caaU Darrloe Ti Flag and Coat of . Ar ma of th Propod Central American I'&loa. Wa.bi5gto7, April 13 Dj you believe the reports of the death of General Barrios?" year correspondent asked of Senor Bitres, the Minuter of the Republics of Guatemala and Honduras, and personal friend of Gen end Barrios, as he sat at the Arlington jes ter da j. "o," he raid, with a niomeni'e reflection, f I do not At 1 hare already said in recent laterriewi, the cable from that country la in the hands of the enemies of General Barrios, and they will lend whatever they choose. Bnt thii Is not all. Nobody who hai any light to apeak on the subject, or who would be likely to do to if the atory were true, has intimated that it is true. The repreaenta tires of the United States in that section are bright and intelligent men, well posted as to their duties, and i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 12 April 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING, APA1L 12 1885 3 TTOXXAS'S 1TORLD. llts intended thattba colnzani tb)l record Ca'i work la all the ti rted fields cf useiolEea, rfTJtt opinion repectlcg worsen, and yoice the TtSwiaad thcaihu of worsen. It Is fcopd;tbat Cry raj la some ncnart eacocrise t r? trenita ca woven In erery worttj eirort.aIdl'n 1b t3 the problem cf tell rcrrort, protec tteu tlrscsa knowledge of form of bn!nets and law Etre them to attain to their rightful position, frsa" tarn troaa eniizhtenea, elevated Iworaaa feood eonob! tte fcozae, töe race, ibe Nation. Womaa's World" ! wide. As wife, as mother, C4 home-maker. a worker, ts educator, aa pnllan tlxopUt. aa comrade, aa citizen, and at a bumanbe XZZ woraaa IJ eTerjwtere building for Herself and fcex feneration. From a;: ection of tnii won 3 rial report! of icdtndnal an crgnlxe wort cm Items, iäoul. u?ct:c and tEqelrie art In Tiled fr Uee cciiicL.R. AldrtM all ice rw:r.:r.uaicaf.lcns to M. Aoxrxtos, ir, Elm St.,...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 12 April 1885

4 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNINGS APRIL' 12 1885 SIXTEEN TAGES. iaj SeiiM m Li the largest and best newspaper published in Indiana, CONTAINING 104 COLUMNS. free fron rarttiai rl!tln sal Seftsrlaa B!n. On all subjects of presses its opinions public interest it ex according to its best judgement, with a Tiew ti only of promoting BEST INTEREST OF SOCIETY. It contains the cream of the news from quarters down to 4 o'clock Sunday morn- zng, excluding only that which is prurientor j by aI the world, and England demands sat Immorally sensational. In few words, the isrtcticn in no uncertain tones. The captur Bojday SxsTmri. is detoted that class of j jD2 cf Tenideh places Herat in danger most news, literary and miscellany, proper and j necessary to make it what it is, THE PAPER FOR THE PEOPLE, specially adapted to the home. Tha Sckdat SEar-rixKx'a influence will be gWen in aid ef tha deration and Advancement of Woman to the true position which is hers by virtue of natural jus...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 12 April 1885

I'HE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING APRIL 12 1B8S-SIXTEEN PAGES. 6 DIA2IOND SPORT. OTlte Cincinnati Americans Suffer Defeat at the Hinds of the Home Team. The Indianapolis Club for the Season of 1833 A Manager Sbows His Insignificance Diamond Dust. Opeclal to the BentineL Cisci!rATr, April 11. Indianapolis defeated the C.ndaaiti Americans to day by a icore of 10 to 9. AHLough the day w rather chlllr there was a Jarje crow 3 la attendance. HcKecn and Keenan, the battery lor the vhitor, did some rerj effective work. The tame nines will play a;aln to-morrow. THE ST. LOCH K'LMONAI&X OX TO?. The proceedings of the league meeting In New York I a-l week were not lvn to the public, but It now leaks ont that Dunlsp, Shafer anlSreeney are not only to be rel::r.ate3, but when the 6L IouU L?aue team appears on the Cel l against the chic?o tia on the mih innt.. It will hae aloas? with tbee playcra G:aEC0ck, licCorralck and UrirJy. the Cleveland contract breakers of 14. It 1 farth...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 12 April 1885

0 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MOliNING AVIUL 12 1885 OUH SOCIAL LIFE. As See In Slnlatnre Tlews or In31an apolla People. A Complete Becord of Society Event, Together Wltn the Comdnfr and Oclcff of the Capital City Denlseca. TLt Society column of the guady Sentinel li a rreclal feature, and an effort Is cia.de with eacn dltion to faraiih inch a col una m will be o! Inter et to U ihe readera of tM Sentinel. We hope the trtendi cf the SenUnel wM iUU farnUh uattn satter for this department, an aware thera that all lach itema are caed 11 practicable. In prepar ing society Items, pleaee ue bat one aide of the paper. All Items for this column taust be aljnel by the author, not lor pabiicati'-'n, but lox oar own protection. I Judge Tnrple Is better, airs. Stone la In Chicago. C. E. Qalnn is la Dayton, O. alias Lizzie McLaughlin la ill. illi Ida Ilau&h Is In Koicmo. Laura Ream la In Waablngton. L. B. Dopxlns is In Grcencwtle. alias fclla Wefcb U in Cincinnati. Mrs. P. T. Coate...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 12 April 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY LIOltNING APRIL X2 IbööT AW EASTffn STOttT. With the coxnlnc of the Easter A story comet to mf, From tbe lsnd of art and bcsaty Of song and Poer. That Und of skies unclouded, Of olive, myrtle. Tines Kitted by the Adriatic Watched by tbe Appeaiae, Tressuresof xaarreilouj kplenlor, nicies no man naa told. All that rsakcs life glorioos. IUi that iwet land of oi 1. i?tory and poem, acl legend Feebly her glories pslnt. Xxred hone of arti.t aal poet. Hero, martyr and taint. Clime hallowed by oM tradition. And jrand with past renown. When Rome wore on her forehead The world's imperial crown. Land cf the mighty sar. Of storied tomb and ahriaa. Of so gels, the glorious, And Eaphael, the divias. Under the Roman heavens. The grandest tenple stands. For the worship of the Lord our God, E'er ballt ty human hands. The great dome o! St. Peter's, In the soft Italian air. Rlwslaairfal beaut j, Like an embodied prater. When the holy wees: of passion Comes, and t...

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

8 Tilfc iKDIANAPOLIß DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING APRIL 12 188S--SIXTEEN PAGES. Ii ÖE'J W STORE (EÖTABLI8UED 1833.) P 0 ( DEP ART HE N T. Ladies will find a very complete stock in this Department, and the newest styles yet shown. We enumerate a few of the leading fabrics: HENRIETTE CLOTHS in All Wool and Silk Wraps, DIlAP DE ALMAS in Silk Wraps, ALBATROSS ani KYßER CLOTHS, CAT CACniMERE, OTTOMAN CLOTHS, SUR AI I SERGES, CANARY CLOTHS, BIARRETTS and ARMOUR CLOTHS, GERSTERS and CORDU RETTS, BROCADED SERGES and SVT TINES, PLAIN and LACE BUNTING. NUN'S VEILINGS, RH ADAM ES, DRAP D'ETE, CORKSCREWS. Full line of CASHMERES in Blue and Jet Black, of our regular make. Color. Finlh and Qualltr are the eentlU lointa carelnlly considered in an our purchases. Prices Always ia Plain Fines. PETTIS BÄSSETT& CO JOS. A. MOORE, D. Härtet Ct., Indianapolis, Ind Interest allowed oa deposits. In rami o! f5 and spwart. Money to Loan on Inrprored Cltj and Farm Property In Indiana and Ohio. City, Count...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 12 April 1885

Vi IIS & DOUBLE NUMBER. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1885. PAGES 9 TO 16 ''S ItATES OF WA1IT8, FOB SALB, ETC. ßArtilUtvst nta of the following Claas, not ex conifc timelines. Inserted free: 'Named-Mile or female help Vnted Htnatlona. WanUd fcoarCers (by private boarding-bouse er fan11;ci). For Kent Lodging rooms (In private dwelling). Letter Found Any article of value, let socals Asking for Information. No business advertisement Inserted without iy. aU other Wantt, For Rents. For Salei, not trietiy of a bote Claas, tire cents per line each ia rti,n. WANTED, AY 7 ANTED Waihin; and Ironing. aUO Torbet street, o "YXf ANTED Colored waiter at JO West Weaning I 1 V IVU ilicei, it 7 ANTED-Female cook; white. II. GATES Uangbaville. o , AY 7 4 NT ED Teamster to diivo wagon. 27 Weg a can mi in. u W ANTED -Gardener. Addre COUtfTttY, tbls office 12 W ANTED White carder. T. LENDER, Gram caatle. Ind. 12 IT ANTED Dining-room girl. 131 South 1111 V V boss atrcet. 12 7 ANTED-aewing gi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 12 April 1885

Johann THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1885. 10 LOVE OR MONEY; OR, A PERILOUS SECRET. T CTIIRLZS READS, Mor o 'Tut Yourself ia IilJ Hace eic, etc, etc Now just before this, two qnicic. rm3 began to try and catch tlio conversation. Monckton had heard all that Colonel Clifford said, that warrior's tones were bo incisive; hut, as the matter only con Corned Mr. Bartley, he merely priimed at the disappointment likely to fall on his employer, for he knew "Mary Hart ley was at death's door. Ho said a3 much to himself, and went out for a sandwich, for it was his hmeh-tinie. Uutwhen he returned with stealthy foot, for all his movements were eat -like, he caught sijjht of Hartley and Hope in earnest conversation, and felt very cur ions. , Hut he could hear nothing at all until Hope's answer came to Hartley's pro posal. Then the indignant father burst out, bo that it was easy enough to hear every word. "I part with mv girll Xot for the world s wealth. What! You call ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 12 April 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL 8ÜNDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1885. 11 old crsTcms. OMew4omRl Well, ear erüllreo V jrj nlong without t!i m; But yoa ni I, denr, in our dy - oUv-r thoii2ht bout tbnu T"M 4erol J hatiti fifth tuit Icnoot choov 1 ivh them. Arvl nh think the wfrt i t lst 1m soared no high above Uv in. W had not, in th years fron hy. Our Kv-js wer cImer, you an i I We?j very simple lover. AjxI ho. r.nr dily H-iti Or, W tryei bei-fc U. rul,ea, Ti oly i?rn you tt orf . Wrtnhl ad blooming LIu?hfc Our rai ie wv was lvr. bit yet Some ;wl thre wa$ al-ou' it, An4 rnanr ills w now reeret Old hat t won I J hw rijt'-l IhoflwourchiUir-n Uli can nee "T. Fih f?nmTHTvlrn,nt'!' ruty My U- oU-y. O" did we. rrom rove and not from doty. Tb wortd to-dy is f.tr too high lo wisdom t conf-5 the;n. But knoiT, dear, yon and I, fr wht u Lave to bless tht-m. Though I't M ia th hurt of each, I trerobled to accot you; B! yon rqiird a polished ppfroch 1 1 tbiok I would have .ot you. ( Ho dooht onr minds a...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Sentinel, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel. — 12 April 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILT SENTiNEU SUNDAY MOENINQ5 APßlL' 12 1885 JENNY JUNE On How Women Should Dress. Tbe Artist Tell Tbem of Their Slna or Oinluion and Commission, Pointing Cut the Narrow Road of Art and Beauty. Thm New Hats mod Bonnets for Spring VTear Novelties la Materials IIow Spring Oowni are Hade. Special Correpoadenca. Niw Yosk, April 0. Mr. Eimuad P. Duisell, the rising joang artist, who has excited much interest of lato bj bis lecturer oa ait m It relates to dress and every day life, eays I s the dress of women is con trolled by tbe word "stylish," which means one thing to-day and another to-morrow; when as It ought to be governed by expres sion, which is the outward evidence of in terior taste and character. He declares that art is cot drawing, bat tbat it underlies all of life and brings ni into harmonious rela tions with all the forces about us. He dep recated the wearing of tight-fitting dresses by large women, -declaring that while it de prived them of majesty it vulga...

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