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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 17 April 1885

l'HE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL FRIDAY MORNING APRIL 17 1885 5 Sdentiied the bod j at the morgue M that of Prller. An tpDlication will be xn&de to the Jnds bf the Criminal Court aa toon as the inquest ia concluded, for a special Grand Jury to Indict Maxwell, so that there may i an efficlal and lez&l basis for any future fcction in the case, in the natter of arreat, extradition, etc Preller Murdered for Ula Money. Xiw Yoa. April 1C Inspector Byrnes Mid to-day that his men who had been delailed to look up the New York end of the lit. I-oaia murder Lad ascertained beyond a doubt that Maxwell had ceter been in New "York with Treller. Mr. Schlesinger, a relatiye of Preller who lirea in this city, called Er on the Inspector and informed him that the identity of the man had been etab 3iLed. and that there was CO farther doubt lhat Freller fcai been murdered for his n-ior-y. Inspector Byrnes has telegraphed all J -i information to the police of St. Loni ami bin FraL...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 17 April 1885

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL FRIDAY MORNING APRIL 17 1885 flFANCIILABD COMMERCIAL SONSY XSD STOCKS. Haw York Fl asocial MrkU SCW T02K. April I-Msney Oa all conti v nei eay at llJi per cent. Closing at 1 per c-nt. rrtrne K-rtanui Faper p?.f cent. Bar Silnr-IOT;. Fortun ZxUise-Q liet nI Crm&t nnchansed otaüon: actual business U djne ax 4-53H7) Ealeof itotki today aggregated 221,0 li isr. Including the foilowin: Delaware, Uciioa and Western, 23.700; Lake Shore, 12. HOC; Northwestern. IS.OOO; New Vera Central, 6,?G0: PaciIs Kail. SC.eCO; St. Paul. 2.3öü. Union Paci3e, i"ft'J. an Western Union, t,;00. GOTernmcnt boads hare continued quiet and notations steady, except for the S, which are ' per cent, lower at iciJi bi J, an advance cl 2 psr cent. In quotation bid or PaciScGs; there waaa ale of the ts coupon at 1217; State Bonds Quiet, but the Alabamas ho Hebt advance in quotations, while Georgia 7a are a shade lower. Railroad Bonds have been strong for a majority of the l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 17 April 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL FRIDAY MO It NINO APRIL 17 1885. JOHN I5RIGIIT. BT LOCD LYU)N. ho. rfctlng yonder, from firm Hps nnlock Words, l:te chili zed ballaog thaltu,; lor reU&e Vhat iroat pngnacfoui! I'oth he rise to box . lhe huDU te taaiiUd, jour natural feara imj 'Ihn' Ltne at heart aa .-eftoaa ."!?htins corks, Hia creed is Pt-nn's, aLd üli voctt'u Peace. Ttioctuidy hits ray not aüult your n .m. Aul word jaukt veu; tue instinctive iah for bluws. .VIA). X'hanle;' Dicam, cr the CJol.l ia the Mdl Hill. t A tn? iurj b the M'l.Mi j nuiil Corrcsjoadtut of le r-..tittueLj Tor the past fw 3 tar ys, we raht taj, ior a quarter cf a century, there bare apper red at divers tirre fnaticnal stjrifs of the rol'l hd in the hills lhat surround thi3 ciit. Ia fact, it is azj o!d tradition handed dorn from the first settlers that, atone time. "when the savage Red Man roamed through lhe woods In this vicinity and paddled his own cacce on the beautiful Onio in front of the present ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 17 April 1885

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL "FRIDAY MORNING APRIL 17 1885 TO! DOT HI STORE (E8TA1JLI8IIED 1853.) BLAClfGOODS DEPARTMENT. Ladies mill find a very complete stock in this Department, and the newest styles yet sfeowd. We enumerate a few of the leading UUics: HENRIETTE CLOTHS in AllTTool and Silk Wraps, DRAP DE ALMAS in Silk Wraps, ALBATROSS an4 KYfcER CLOTHS, CAT CACHIMERE, OTTOMAN CLOTHS, SURAH SERGES, CANARY CLOTHS, BIARRETTS and ARMOUR i. LOTUS, GERSTERS and CORDURETTS, 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. Finish and Qn&llty are the essential joint carefully considered in all our purchases. Prices Always ii Plain Fipjes. JOS. A. MOORE, 04 JJ Market St., Indianapolis, Ind Interest allowed on deposits, In sums o! 85 and Bpwanl. Money to Loan on Improred City and Farm Property In Indiana and Ohio. City, County and Town Bonds, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 18 April 1885

: TO , rfT tU Ii! li Hi if 1 "Tfi sf 1 . Jl.t t-4 IV T la VOL. XXXIY---NO. 108. INDIANAPOLIS, SATUitDAY MOltNING, APRIL 18, 1885. WHOLE NO. 10,172. ill . M IM It V IU II I HI u WHEN INDICATION'S. Villi SATURDAY. Local raioiRnil pftrtlj lendy weather; variable wind; slight In temperature, except la west Tenneaaee nl tlie lower Ohio valley; fall tag, fblluwfil by rising temperature. Every Department of tho When MiHg Store Is being crowflsd to its utmost capacity vvitli tho product of Our Factory, and wo do not vary from facts when we say tijat our exhibit will discount any previous effort wo havo made for outfitting the myriads who trade at tho 2J J 1 r " i"4 4 n 4. -a Tho Only Eomedies Tor tho Ekln LEd Blocd TJntvorAally Coaaxnendcd. Wn. T. Totten. f72 North Tenth Street, Phllad li hit. reports that one of his customers stated to Mm Incidentally that he was feeliii? so wc-U ana had pained twenty-ieven t ounds In the lat year, nil ol vhlch he attributed to a systematic ronrse of the C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 18 April 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL S ATI! HI) AY MORNING APRIL 18 1885. II1XUED. irartlcaL&ra of the Horrible Crime for TT Ich n SafiVrl the Death Penalty. LiC05iA, K. II., April 17 Simon wai hanged at 11:00 to day. Tha particulars of the- crime for which Thomas 8amon was hanged tc-iay are as follows: Thonaas Samoa was the perpetrator of one of the znoet fiendlah crimes ever committed la New Hampshire, his vi:tims baln Mrt. Jane Ford, ag;d ab?ut sixty yean; John Ruidy, acd forty-five, end his little bo7 Franfc, aged thirteen months, who lo:t their lives November 24 and 23, 1SS. SimcD, then a married man, tad boarded with Mr. and Ifr?. Ford, hulug, it is alleged, been on terms of intimacy Mlh the Jailer for several months preceding the tregedy. Both were more or less addicted to drink. Samoa was well acquainted with the r.nddy family, having been quite a constant visitor at their house. Oa the afternoon of Saturday, November 21, be came there, having with hioa a Wheelbxrrow,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 18 April 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING, APAIL 18 1885. 3 THE JOHN HAUT IN CLAIU. The Ocveroor Haa rill buoSy to Veto It If Not Vetoed. the Auditor Vluet Draw Hia Warrant For the Money. The Attorney General yesterday submit' Ud the following opinion on the John Martin claim: ATTf,K5F.Y GISFHAL'S OFIK.T, I lsiikSxroLi. April 17, 1S&5. lion. Janes H. Rice, Andl'or ol State: em yon bar? submit ted to nie the following inquiry: Am I as Auditor of State authorized to t nirnat i:pon torn Treasurer ol ri'ate in jaTorof John Marlin under the provisions of an aa tniiikd "An a:t mania;? an approtriatha for trpajmnt of John Martia for work ml Urbor i icatersala furriitbed In ths conntracUoa of re new Hospital for the Insane Department lor V.'ortaii," vhica wss not ficned ty the Governor, but filed by him in the cttire of tse Secretary ot faeron the 13ta of April, 16S5. for the p.jineat of ice amount named ia said act? 1. A tutute nay bf come Talld without tha sigcataicacd ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 18 April 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILT SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING APHIL 18 1885 SATURDAY, APRIL IS. OrriCZi 71 and 73 West Market Street. RITES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Cndlanepolls 8atlnel for 1 S3 Dally, San day and Weekly Edition. DAILY. Delivered by carrier, per week I n Vtllj, Including Sunday, per week. . S3 Daily, per annua, by mail, . 10 00 Daily, per annum, by mall. Including Sun12 00 12 00 II CO 3 Dally, delivered by carrier, per annum-..--Daily, delivered by carrier, per annum, in eluding 8unday. Daily, to newsdealers, per copy 8CNOAT. Hnnday edition of eightv-four columns 1! CO Sunday Sentinel, by carrier.... . 2 50 To newsdealers, per copy-......-. M z "WEEKLY. Weekly, per annum. ........ l 00 The postage on subscriptions by mail la prepaid fcy the publijher. Newsdealers supplied at three centi per copy. l'oata8 or other charge prepaid. Entered a second-clasa matter at the PostoSce at Indian a pol la, Ind. TlMIOIUUWS'S SUNDAY SENTINEL. We are doing the readers of the Dally Bentinel good service...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 18 April 1885

CHE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING APRIL 18 1885 5 lESTEHDAT'S FIRES. t'irrer A. Co.'g Ic Hocse Dtatrojed, iBTOlTlnff A L08S of ?2C,000. A $5,000 Blaze la the Establishment of the Indianapolis Foundry Company. Daring the etorm ytsUrday afternoon the 3c houses belonging to Math Us Garve: A, Co., situated near the west end of Seventh, ß Ire et, were struck by lightning and entirely JeatroyeU by the conflagration which ensued. JThe flash which set fire to the building oscurifd between 4:30 and 5 o'clock. The alarm of fire was tent In at once, and the eng. ae3 from Xos. 5 and 3 and 1 responded. JLTbe work, however, was very Inefficient, and for all practical purpoeei the Depart 3neM might as well hare remained at home. TLe ice homes which were destroyed were cwred by Mathias Oarver and Christian J)nnraeyer, anJ were built just north, of the 3evee cf the Eutech ice pond. Th-rs were ten houses, two of whici wer9 ballt 2woearsa?o, one at each end of thero. r.4achot them being...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 18 April 1885

t 8 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SAT Hit DAT MORNING APRIL 18 1885 Mm TTOCIALASB CQMMRCIAL 80NJ31T AND STACKS. Hew York ria-Aacttl Market, KIT TüRX. April 17.-!oacy-On call font! a e ttrj a! per cent. Cicwlcs at 1!. p?r cit Früac Mercantile Paper 35 per cent liar eilvtr ICT'-j. FortUn Lx;r-an,:e More active and strong, rae fr acal bueiocM aävanctng JJ? to 4Sfr;j3H ,4'. F!crf sto-.ks to-day regaled 212,sa sime, tscludingthe following: Delaware, Lackawanna and Western, .'4 2)0; Laic Shore, SOnOT; Northwestern. AMW; New Yc- Central, 8 8X. Pciac Mail, 27.CCO; SL Paul. 22 Out); Union Pacific, CO.üjO. tod Western Union, C COD. Government bonds art steady at ncbnjed quotations, except a farther advnee In :is to Ul bid. fc'tate Bonds Ha?? teen quiet, ana quotations In aoxne cases a shade lower. Tte rsilway bo::d market has Leen fomewhat k ore active, the business being well distributed wiih total sales of tl.013.lC5. Prices are Irregular thia evening, but In many cacs higher. Ihz p acefu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 18 April 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING APRIL 18 1885. US MSTER RNOWED. Oll Billy B. fu a ptoua mil, And Heaven, a Mi gcal; For, bin? a vtry hoj n-an. Of cuurw he'd mtI lu souL But, even In this, be und to ny. ,4One can't tco earful be;" AdJ he tc with a ftror tiuaumed, 'i'xa glad MivtUuJ i freer." ilui tbe mparts of trrscf , h e had to own. K-'jUircd gocd. iurd ari.eJ ROld; And b took tcu pew, an veil became TLe tkhtH of th loll, 'ile'aa iiebie rear-." tne ; readier crlei ; Our Ctr'.itian i;rjhT h." And IU.'.t arr i;ed as be a.M nlae Atil tot tt ou -k 'fi irte. la c'ss mcctlrz uext oll I i 1 T told Kcw ueaven had rrw ions been Vta, rvu back l'jbs a-n days when lie a man of am wa taiVdn' a tara ou nr river farm Ali I then had." be said; 'I' 1 :ua out o' beards au a- feldin' Lau Is Oa notbla' but cora bread. : J tell Jon, brethren, ttat I felt blue &unri a' tlrauer a:id ca-n id tho':2M I'd fie 7tm the Laaks then bust And l! xded ah my nash. 3 ;t the Lord wa needf...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 18 April 1885

8 THE 1KDIANAP0LIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MOIINING APRIL 18 1885 TOi QEG7 DK STORE CG8TAIILIHUED 1853.) BLACK-GOODS DEPARTMENT. Ladies will find a. very complete stock ia this Department, and the newest styles yet s town. We enumerate a few of the leading fabrics: HENRIETTE CLOTHS in All. Wool and Silk Wraps, DRAP DE ALMAS in Silk Wraps, ALBATROSS an-1 KYuER CLOTHS, CAT CACniMEKE, OTTOMAN CLOTHS, SURAH SERGES, CANARY CLOTHS, BIARRETTS and ARMOUR I LOTUS, GERSTERS and COKDURETTS, BROCADED SERGES and S AT TINES, PLAIN and LACE HUNTING, NUN'S VEILINGS, RHADAMES, DRAP D'LTE. CORKSCREWS. Full line of CASHMERES in Blue and Jet Black, of our tegular make. Color, Finish and Qaallty are the essential lolnti c&reTsiij considered In all our purchases, Frices Always ia Plain Figtres. Pettis mim co JOS. A. MOORE, 84 2. Mwrkot Ct., Indianapolls, Ind Interest allowed on deposiu. In nmi of J5 and upward. Money to Loan on IrsproYed City and farm Prcperty In Indiana and Ohio. City, Count...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 19 April 1885

s WWW 14 ) INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL-' 19, 1885-SIXTEEX PAGES. WHOLE NO. 10,173. VOL. XXXIT-NO. 10J. ' il 4 I 1 I 11 i: i irm ill iv, i iEfei-T r a i r r 1 (I i I 4 WHEN INDICATIONS. ' FOB BCNDA Y.-Gnral!y fair weather: ; vllghtrtseln temperature, followed la the went portion by local showers; light vnrla. I b!e wlcdr, generally from the northeast to ! obthat. , Every Department of tha la being crowded to its utmost capacity vith the product of Our Factory, and vo do not vary from facts when we say that our exhibit will discoint any previous effort wo hava mado for outfitting tho myriitls who trade at tha W lei nil Store : G AUTION! Xewire of unscrupulous dealers, who on account cl the Icn-establishd reputation of the Decker & Son Piano3, Are endeavoring to m oil' other instruments bearing aJmiiar came for OKSCINE DKCKtl .c tON pi ANCU, which have stool the test sice- isr.o. aJ-'all and see the superiority o! these old rel.'a,e itstrumtnta over any altera beaaL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 19 April 1885

CHICAGO'S GMUTOrERl FESTIVAL ZJeblnd tbe Scene How Patti, Scalchl und Nicollnl Appear Between Acts. A repret entative of the Sentinel witned the grandest performance of a life time at Chlcsg last Tuesday evenln.', that o! Aid," withratti, ScalcM, Mcollal and Cberobinl asjtne principals. Through the courtesy ol Mr. 8. G. rratt, the projector and main manipulator of the Opera Festival Association, the writer tea permitted to Tie w lbs great audience from one of the wings of the stage, it was a grand sight, worth several Sabbath days' journeys to behold, and lurpteed in size and arrangement of seata similar festivals held la Music Hall, Cincinnati. The Queen set the Lrteside City the example, and the latter has eclipied ber. In point of stablenesj of structure Cincinnati's Music Hall is much superior, as the Exposition Hall is a tern porary anair. wmie sjpenor In arrange4 I .1 -4 1 11 i racufc iuu aiiuusk ituiwrn la mccou3wcs, u la a mere fire trap, hastily thrown together, with materi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 19 April 1885

3 TTOHUTOTTORLD. D lata tended that these colomne sball record 11 vat ia All the t tried fields c! csefulnces, ; elision reepectlag women, and voice the tlrrs and taoashta of women. It u "oped;uiat CX7 xnj in Mat neaaure tscouve r n-J trecf taca wozaen Is ercry worthy effort, aid tVc It C3 tia problem of self-support, prctec iHtn tlrczx knowledge o! form cf business and lm t"',!rt thera to attain to treir rizhtfnl petition, tz3 Qu Trcua eniigntened, elevated womaaj trod ennoble Ue Lome, tfce race, the Kation. 17caa's World'! wide. As wire, as notttr, CS aoae-maker. m worker. as educator. a philaa-trcr-Ut. m comrade, as citizen, and m a fcuinanltetzz, woxaaa la sverywtere tuiiaicg for nersell aa1 fcer ttneratloa. rrca an sections of ttls world, fcßsx reperta of istSlrldnai aa orsanize work, cm llama, ttour.hU. ideations a a 3 Inquiries AM invited tor tLtse cc lames. AAGsczm all saca wniraumcations to 7'J0K1SC M. ABXX5SCV. Id Ein St.. Indianapolis, Ial. TLe Sapreme Judicial Court of M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 19 April 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL' SUNDAY MORNING APRIL 19 1885-SIX-TEEN PAGES. 4 Tin SDH SmmuA Is the largest and best newspaper published la Indiana, CONTAINING 104 COLUMNS. frte fr a rartlssa rJItlti al Seftariaa L!u. On all saV.ects of presses its opinions public interest it ex according to it3 best Judgement, with the a view only of promoting BEST INTEREST OF SOCIETY. It contains the cream of the news from quarters down to 4 o'clock Sunday morntrig, excluding only that which is prurient or Immorally sensational. In few wordj, the Scjdat Sejvttsix Is defoted to that class of news, literary and miscellany, proper and necessary to make it what it is, THE PAPER. FOR THE PEOPLE, special j adapted to the home. The SniDiT Szrmnix'e influence will be given In aid of the Kl eT alio n and Adrancera? at of Woman to the true position which Is hers by virtue of natural justice. Price, 2 per year; twenty cents per month, delivered by carrier; five cents per copy. SIXTEEN PAGES. - BUND A. Y, AT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 19 April 1885

rilE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING APRIL 19 I8BE SIXTEEN PAGES. TUE DIA1IOND. IndlisdpolU SnfTera Defeat at the Ilands of tbe 3Iilrraukce?. An Important Factor in tbe LucasLeagrua Controversy Mr. Sp&ulülug Hale e a a StatementDiamond Qosalp. I'Ofwiibstacdlcg the threattes weither there was a fair attendance at tbe Seranth Street Pat V yesterday afterncoa ta wltce:s the first championship gam of the seaior, ncd the defeat of tne home team by their meat powexfal rirals, the Milwaafccej. Tas grounds were In rather bad shape and tbe spberawM hard to handle, bat noiwithBtaad&g thil It waa a very interesting conlest np to the eighth inning. The hiU on both aides were scattering and none of the runs were earned. The home learn led to the bat and jecared thsir nt nd cniy run in the first inning. Donnelly hit safe to center, stole tecond, and want to ihird on Pcorman'e sa-rlfica to first. Ttiaxp con strack out, and a sieg! hj Coüias to Jeff, enabled Donne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 19 April 1885

0 THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUND AT MORNING APRIL 1 1685 CUB CCCIAL LIFE. U C::a b ÜL:tare Hani cf IndianapolU People A Complete Ilecord of Society Event, Tcgetber With tte Coming and Ootcff of the Capital City Denlitns. Tfc8 Ecdery colnsin ol the Bandar 8entlnel Ii ft CedJi leat&re. and an effort Im made with each eitlen to fcraiah tuclx column as will toe ol Inter Ct to all tho readera ci the Sentinel. We hope the fitenäa oX the Bentlael will iUU larcih n wlttt nuiter lor thla department, an assure them that all roth ltemi are ued If practicable. In prepartzj society Iteraa. ple&ee uee bat one tide ot the paper. AU ltemi for thu column aanst be algae i t1 the at dor. not for publication, tot for oar own protection. I J. II. D&tIs la coaTUfcea. Lew Ketthtm 1 In Plttibur y. lira. Eibbard Is In New Orleans. Mis Vom lea t soon for E-jrops. Mrs. Büley Ii home from CäI?&;o. Kn. B. T. Broshler is in Madison. Hrhll Jlannlag Is again ye...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 19 April 1885

THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MOllNING APRIL 19 1885. THE T7XXITB BOON TTASTETIT. BT AI Ixr.EIOTT. 1 be white mooa wat9th, Aal coM mora huteta Athwart the enow. The red can Luracta, And the tide taraita. Aal t&ou mut 50. Think net 1 r iti-r. Their story mli orer Who. cou3o from Nr, Once, in tbeaze. Won goodly w.s. Ltd by a r. Ose, for all duly. CU'.3aEC9 doli uu! aüloe at cf old. Opens for ine and theo Once opportunity 11 er gates of coil. Tatet'. Thy sUr is oat! 'lTTere. Dor faint nor doubt, rtfi'a ntre will; Item shi.lt Cni good and rust A found the Aigl blent That Dlrlne Child. The Independent. WIT AXD PLE&9ANTBT, "Man Is an extraordinary baine, gays rrotosor Yelland in Pro8rcs3. Yes, bat Jcck at Foman. Somerrille Journal. II tried to kits me and I just told hira Jxhave," eald an irat8 joung lady alter aiei2h ride last nfght. "Weir, d:a he ki you?" asked her iriend. NCi the idiot, ; He tried to kits me and I just told hira to a kiss he Jttbaved." ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis sentinel — 19 April 1885

THE 1KD1AKAP0LIS DA1LT SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING ATR1L 10 1885-SIXTEEN PAGES. 1 Era STOB E i.j" tili LJ rr:t3T-a.iiLiBnx:i 1533.) MOE GOODS DEPARTMENT. Onr Stock in thu Department far excel any TreyiOTii nupn la the thlrtj-twa yean ol our bwlatM. U a the opinion of ail merchants that thia will be a Uiue white goods eaoc ani therefore we hTO bought largely in Lace and fcroideriea in anticipation. Nottin? adds o much to lint tcanty and elejance of a mmmer costume at a prclaaion of EmtroMery or Lacea, nmbroidorioB. Wa Laxe White and Colored Ecabroiderie In 6 nii 'cronct.and Nftiniook, in variou widths and Ail Orer to match. Xjaocq. ' 6paa!ah &farll and Egyptian Flouncinz. with eti to match. Oriental Laces in White, Cream and Beise: Linen Lace , Medicli and Torchon Laces, machine and Land made. In thia Department will be found all the new color" In Fewin Silk Veiling!, rriina, Malinei and ilonlch hets. Prices Always ii Plain Fipres. PETTIS B ASSETT & GO JOS. A. MOO...

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