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GALLER ES THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING MAT 31 1885
xnc Loosx or life,
AU day ai all nUü: I cm ht ar tho jar
O! the loom ofWe; and near aad far
It thtil's with its deep and rnaJJled sound
M tüe Urelts wheels go aiiuys round,
In the llsht of day and tbe laldalgafi glooJi
Aiie wneCiS are tcrmc? eariy ana laus
And too woof is wound la tlie warp of fat?.
Click! click! there's a tb read of love wore lti;
Click: click! another of wrong aad sin
"What h checkered thing will this life be
Whea vre&ee It unrolled la eternity!
"Whsu hall this wonderful web bo done? j
Iu a thousand Tears, perhaps or one (
Or to-raorrow; who knoweth? Kot you norll.
Bat the wheels iura on and the shuttles flyj
Ah. üad-ey ed weaver, the Tears ara slow.
But each one Is nearer tho end, we know,
Aai wine diy the last thread shall be wovjn
God graut Itbe love Initcad of s!a, !
Thea are wa spinners o! wool for this life wf;b
1)0 we luralsh the weaver a web each day? j
Jt were UitUr then, O kind friend, to spin
A beautiful thread not n thread of sin.
Vrlttea for the Sunday Sentinel. ?
THE TWO OLD LIMES; OH, TVlio
FOUND UNCLE JACK
&. DECORATION" DAY STOKY, Jt V MRS. ABBIE U.
"Then the mother thought of the days
Two stalwart boy from her riven; ,
How they'd knelt at her side and llerins.ly
Our Father which ort In Hcaveu'
; How one wore the qray and the other the bluej
How they parsed away from her eUht, i
And had gone to the land whero the blue and tfhe
a ray ;
Are merged into colors of light." '
The ailvery notes of a brjg'e rang oat clar
QQd sweet upon the balmy air of a loYcly
spring niornirg calling together the meja
bers of Geo. H. Thomas Tost of the G. A.R.
to prepare for the solemn services of Memo
rial Diy on the GOth day of May 133 -.
JJasintsa houses ere clcsed, the c'ty
schools v?ere aaspended and brlght-facijd
boys and girls pa3ed to and fro in hot haste
for there was to be a grand parade in Trhijch
the papil- of the graded schools were to ta,e
A prominent part upon tho programme, j
Keir the city in one of the cemeteries lay
Sleeping many of our Nation's dead, whyse
grav(Bwere to bo cKered with flowers pa
this Decoration Day. Many of tnem vrre
unknown, or nameless graves, but we cal-ed
them all "oar boy s" and scattered flowers
upon their graves year after yarfor tihe
sake of the absent wives, slaters or mothejrs.
Old batth-italned, weather-beaten fhg3
floated over the headquarters of the array
pOlt, while tho hading pablic buildings ajad
many private residences were appropriately
ornrated with bnntlDg. j
Oai;er3 of the day in fall uhi-
lorm and mounted upon spirited
horses ere swiftly pacing between
the City Hill and an old camp ground nair
to tho cemetery -which had been selected aa
the most suitable place for holding the
memorial services. There where loval thou
sands had met and passed through their first
experience upon the tented field, had learred
their first lessons iu military Ucttaj,
promptly springing at the found of reveitlle
.and patiently needing and obeying tin drill
o8tran8 and new until witn choking sabs
or silent tears they had been marched aVay
to the frcnt, up to the jaws of death. What
tlace mote fit for memorial ottering??
Several distinguished army men were the
guests of the city, and were expected to ad
dress the vast concourse of people who were
to unite In faying tribute to those who had
fallen in the lata war. Oa one of the princi
.palstrcets. and in the heart of the city stood
a building over which floated not only the
flag of our Union, but a banner bearing the
initials W. R. G. in greit letters which pro
c'alxnei it to ba the headquarters of the
Anxilliary to the Grand Army, a society of
wives, sisters end mothers or daughters of
Union soldiers who under this name were
baDded together under eolenia obligations
to aid and assist the soldier orphans or
widows, tte aick oratllicted, or any such as
are he Iplet? and in distress.
Here sirce early morning two score of
dornen had been gathered together, baslly
engaged iu preoarations for the day. Bovn
the centra of the long hall lunch tables were
bcuntifully spread with abundance of food
for hundred!; while la the room beyond
leads cf tbwers were being manufactured
into loyely designs acd significant emblems
or simple ooouefs for such as might wish to
purcha'e for decoration parposes. Klowerj
ard food were all the donations of the gen
rocs public, and the proceeds of salei were
to go tosarell the fund kept tor banevolem
work done by thia organiz ition.
The IncomiDg trains brought members of
ifiimy pcfcts and thsir friends from the nekh
boriug tcwns or country, and as the hour of
noon approached ths sale of flowers bacanie
immense, keeping the yonng lady clerks at
the counters down the sides of tile hall, busy
ts bees in a clover field, while the white
aprcned waiters at the tables wera equally
tctive in iillirg orders fcr tho hungry men,
womtn and children wlao flocked in from
everywhere apparently. When the great
town clock tolled forth the hour of high
rocn the lady President, who sat at her
dok near the door turned to one cf her as
cistants laying: 'I wonder where oar two
old ladies are to day; nave you seen them?"
'No, madanie," laid she, "thay hava not
been here yet."
"I miss them; they havo never failed to be
here since our organization until now. Bat
otccurse the time was bound to corns when
we should mfss them forever, for they were
growing feeble I noticed last year. I won
der wbö they are, and I often think there is
a romance connected with their history. No
-doubt they are sisters, and I judge them
to be cootfcun ladiia."
Kven while the President was yet speaking,
a bright faced young lad of apparently
twelve or fourteen years accompanied by a
-delicate and daiotily dressed little nirt of
five or six years walked into the hall and
alocd for a few moments as if uncertain
what next to do. Only fcr a fewmomsnt?,
however: then quickly doiBnghishat h ap
proached tbe lady at th desk with a defer
ential bow as he handed her a box, saying:
My grandmother tends her regrets that she
can not come and bay flowers of you to-day.
Gbe bes yon to accept thsse instead and de
sires jou to be eo kind ts to have them placed
upon ion: e of the unknown soldiers' graves.
Grandmothers sister died at an early hour
this morrinsr. and it was her dying request
that we should keep memorial day just as if
she were with es." .
Taking the box from his hand while he waa
speaking tbe President had lifted from it first
a magnificanUhlaM made cf cholcs white
flowers for the background, on which was
cntlined twocltsped hands in immortelle i
. above the word love, while from each emd of.
cf tho box she Drought forth a bouquet of
, Trhilo lilies tbd T7ttn soft cjray rlbbja. asi
cneof rcna iltd with blaa. "JJaautifall"
Superb!" ExquurW were iVo xc'amv
tions which burst forth from the lips of tne
ladies at the desk.
The blue and thp sray, with love, ami
fraternity for ashiaUi a beautifal thooght"
taid tbe iady President as she turned to tbe
& nllcicanly litila fellow wh3 s'ool watting.
"Tell your grandmother ha baa my sym
pathy in her bereavement, and that I will see
that her wishes are carried out in regard
to these memorial oderings to her di&JL
'They were not both her 8on ma'am."
'No, no, they were not bjtl'her bjyi."
aid the lovely little girl who now slowly re
tarded from a quiet sarvey of the lunch
t&bloi near at hand. At one iu particular
tie bad stood a long tiocc, and looked with
sorrowful eyes at the empty sleeva worn br
a gentleman, and now she wai a study for
an aitUt ca she stood looking up witti hsr
eftgrey eyes from bua;h their long lashe,
while )Ointing bT dslicite tinker she said :
Ose W8s Auut Dettie'a boy, aod two was
my granmuvTer'a bays. I, Ij roses for Ulb
ert, my lunk! who was shot wiv er Uaiora
an iss is lilies for lunkie Ja:k what was
ail!ed wiv e: rch3!3 He waja bsrry good
ie bei; my graamuvvee says so, aad my Aunt
Pettie jhe did say &o too. aad my nappy
rtys be believes them Joa't he L e? ' aa i
hich'ened at Lr oT?n leuz speech hha nov
s co3 swinjiiog her htnds back, aud forth in a
er.v embairaj-ed manner.
"Yes, darling," whispered her brother ss
he patted her tenderly on the shoold.r
"our grandmother had twr sons in the late
war,"eaid he, 1 one in the t'aioa army aid
one in the Confederate. Oar Aunt Baal
lost one on on the Confederate side, and
that is why thsv always decorate for the
BIuo nd the Gray."
While this low toned canforence was being
carried on at the desk, three distinguished
lcokirg men sitting at one of the tables not
far away, suddenly ceased th3u lively ciat,
atd as if with one accord watched this pecu
liar ecece, although not near enough to
c-"itch the drift of conversation. The signifi
cant combination of lilies with gray and
rctf! 3 and blue evidently struck them and
told their own story, for each face showed
traces of deep sn otion as they turned their
glances from tbn groap and looked qnes-
tioningly into each others oyes. Oae of ths
number in particular shots ed signs of bsing
deeply touched. He was the hanis3ni93t
olo cf tbe three a man of magmticent form
with a tins patrician face pcsiesslng great
dignity and gentleness of expression. Oae
empty sleeve and his halting itep tol-1 the
fad tale cf battle field experiences, while by
his accent and pronunciation we very saraly
kuew him to be from the Sunny South if we
had not already heard that General B - was
mtertaining two friends from Louisiana,
both lawyers of distinction his classmates
in college days aud both cx confederate
oflicers.with whom ha now clasped hands iu
peace and goca will."
"Well, well," exclaimed General B
'I do declare that lad lcoks enoush like you,
Cf ion el, to b ynnrown flesh acd blood; the
xy Imege of what you used to be when we
ih e nodded our sleepy heads overVirgii, or
played shinney ou the college campus. Hey!
ain't I right, Major 0-?"
'True I'd say. General," answered the Ma
j r with a hearty laub. How is it Jack is
it our treat or ours? '
The Colonel smiled, but it was a sad smile
eLd a fa? awy absent look that lit up his
fine fica as he answered: Well, boys, Pm
rot io sure but they are my flesh and blood,
the little ones; you may bare hit a truth
which I can not trace oat. Perhaps yoa are
not aware of the fact, but the one anxiety of
my life for years has bean to had my surviv
ing relatives, or to hear of thern if dead. I
would give yeare of my life to be able to solve
the grat mystery. My brother Kobert, as
jou will remember, General, felt oa tho
b ocdy field of Gettysburg ia the fiercest, the
most vindictively contested point of
ccnlllct. Ah! Bob wa3 brave
atd true, but you know the atory, Gen
eralhe was among yen boys In Mae, while I
wes on the other side under Ho:d.
"Away down in Termesee I got my dose
after the battle at Franklin when we run
Thomas in and held Nashville in siege for a
spell, until he finally led his army out
of the trenches and drove us sonth into Ala
bama. It as when on this wild retreat that
I as one of the rear guard fell bidly
shattered up, and lay along time at death's
door. In fact I was reported dead, and bs
yond a doubt would have been so but for the
tender care bestowed uban me by your Yan
kee nurses, General. It's ail right now, all
right boys," and the duly nana left him
bruthed away a mist from before his eyes
which were looking across the bridge of
years, long years. "When finally, after
many of the vicissitudes cf those times, I
wandered back to the old home ptaces.it
was to find all changed. My widbwed moth
er and only sister, feeliog unsafe, applied
for and received kind and carsfai escort
across the lie e9, and had gone away no North
somewhere, but no one could tell jast where.
You etc they thought me dead as they knew
Bob to be. The old plantation
bed charged owners, tho sale having ben
elfccted through an agent, thus leaving no
truc. No doubt they mourned for me am
c ely as among the dead, while I have never
ceased to grieve for them, nor to anxiously
watch and wait for eome trace by which to
fiLd them, living or dead."
"But," taid General B , "hava you tried
adveniiing? hava yoa resorted to every
mt ans in your efforts? Tell me, what have
yon dene, Jack?"
"Well, Tom, I think I have done about all
there ia to do in such a ca-e. You must ra
n ember that sdvertising for a member of
tl e Smith family is about like hunting for a
medio in a haystack. Beside?, my mother
may have died years ago, and my sister, by
mi rjir g and chaoiug her name, would
rmder the chances even Ies3 hopefal."
Tree," taid Major O . "Yetdoa'tdespair,
Colonel. You know the old adß28 the
U i g lane which soon or late has a turn; a id
yi ix may have come to the tura even now,
Atd, then, the darkest tour just bsfore dxj
am ays melts at sunlight. A guod Providence
my nave raided your lootatsps nere tor a
"See here, now," raid the General as he
sly iy wiptd tears ay ay; "don't you go to
pivmg up, old boy; why come! this'li never
do. Come on, Jet's do something, we'll
f nd cut who those little kidj are, anyway.
and then who knows? who knows?' nd
tpiiDg'ng to bis feet General B led oü at
t.cntle quick, followed slowly by Major 0
ana uoionei bmith.
'Msdamp," eaid the General, approaching
tl e lady President, "Can you tell me w'ao
tr 089 little folks were tbat nave jast left the
flowers in your possession?"
"I can not, eir. I know nothing scarcely
in regard to them, tor iWe years twosffe5t
fared 8ged ladies have on every Decoration
Day. no matter what kind ot weather, pre
Stated themselves here to buy flowers to be
, p aced npon some of the nameless soldiers1
naves. They have always called for white
lilies tied with gray and roses tied with blue.
Tnev paid lirrllv for thAir bouquets, and
it it IQ their little con? vh&ston without a
word by wt ich we could trace them or upon
which to base an opinion. I have always
thoigbt they were sistsrs. and Southern la
dies. This moraine the young lad Whom
rcu noticed came with his little sister, tell
iotrmehis grandmother sent her compii
me nts and these emblems, which she dsired
abculd be placed upon some uumaxked sol
dler's grave. Ha also told me that bis Aunt
Be tie, the grandmother's sister, is lying
"Aunt Bettit! did heiav Aunt Battle?'
exclaimed the Colonel, who pallid lacaaul
glittering eyes now ahowei his iataase er
"Yes, sir, Aunt Bsttie was the name."
'It must bs them. My mother's only sister
wta named Bettie. Let's go to them immedi
ately, Tom," said the Colonel in a dazsd
way S3 if bd had been stunned by asuddan
"Go where Jack? go where? Now see here,
ycukeep ccol hold on den't get exsited,
j est let me manage thisalTalra little while
cow and we'll sea wcat can bs found out."
Then while he slowly lit his cizar he seemed
to be taking a mental survey of the situa
tion. Finally after several minutes spent in
rttleclion he motioned an Aid, who stod
near the deer, to come to him, and taking
out a note book ho lustily wrote oil a few
quistion8 to the different undertakers' estab
lishments of the city, by which he would as
certain if any eld lady had died sine the
hour of midnight; if so, her name, residence
and the location.
"Now," said he, "take thi3, Bso.aid when
you are ready to report you will fiod ms at
the old camp ground, on the apsiker's staai
after the parade."
' One word moro to you gentleman," ovd
tbe ledv president, "ths little g'rl also told
tee that her grandmother had t jvo sjns :im
who was billed cn the Union side, and one
whom she called a rebel, thft had f ithn on
the Confederate side, and I sospec: yoa ar
tbe rtbol.since I hsar General B calling you
Jack. She taid his name wai Jack, bat that
to was a very good rebel. The Unloa ol
dierthey called Robert."
That, Bob and me Now Tjm lets find
"ComeJECk," sa'.d the General, looking
into the pallid face tenderly, as he laid his
caressing hand softly upon the empty sleave
"we have done all we caa do just now, let
us go out to the camp ground for an hour or
to and wait. Tho boys expect us; don't let
us disappoint them." Shoulder to shoulder
they passed out to the carriage in waiting
for ihem; united again after many weary
yeais in the fond fraternal ties of classmate
Finally when the long hours of that beau
tiful Msy diy were past, when the marching
squadrons were dispersed and the last echo
of the xant'.Ied drqm and funeral dirge had
cfased to ibrate npon the air; whon the
toft ciIden light of the closiug day
wts bathing thsse lonely graves in
a halo o: glory, uncie jacu
Lad found his beloved aud venerable mother,
had found his gentle sister Angie aud her
noble husband with their two lovely chil
dren, Ilobert Lee, the image of his uncle and
tbe sweet littl Battie who prjudly claims
that she found Uncle Jack her "own solf,
eating his dinner wiv er Talons." He had
found a'so his dear old Aunt Bjltie, had
stood beeide the fcilent form wln?e p.ile
hands lay fo'ded in peaco acrjsa tho faithful
b;ca t which only death had pw:r to citll.
In the happy home of ber oul sister, aud
tbat tister'a daughter among Northern pso
p'e.the lonely, cnildiess widow had been ten
dfrly loved and cared for until in the f ulne?s
of time U13 pare spirit had left its clay tene
"Gone to that lAnd whero the gray aul the blue
Are merged into color of lijrht."
K .... ...... I u'V41
Our readers are itivaed to furnish original enls
mas, chraiea, rid lies, rubies and other "knotty
problems," addressing all communications rela
tive to this departmeat to E. ii. Chaibourn, Lew
No. 120 Covered Palindrome,
Old Farmer Gray is wont to say,
A9 ho stinke a doleful hea l,
Tut warning truths to growing youths
Are worih as much unsaid:
But this ooe rale he must impress
no im the an
Then with its brother comes another.
Which, heeded, oft ha aved a duel:
"lncush Falsehood's tongue your heart has
ln'e?s vou fast wonM aM npw frei.
And force th tire to flame tho htehar,
No. 150. A Charade.
The sua peeps out a little space,
hi gold the roses btteping;
A jealous clond obseurtä his tice,
ALd drotvns herseif lu weeoinr.
Balles and tear?, hopes and I ear".
And again the sua appears!
By no means dithcult to find
(For time arc all a round jou;)
If to the laut you were nm blmd, .
it would perhaps astound yon.
ALd you sours.-lf. I have no doubt,
May bo the one you're teeaias out.
A tub of nter iu yoar pith,
A n;ost intultinz letter.
A teutence trained 10 rouse your wrath,
A new. unheard of debtor;
li si ch of ibee to y'i should Tall,
Don't take oncuce; 1 is vJf
Vo, 1?0S A Numerical rulcma.
I listened 1, 2, .'J a v?ry lon time, but
heard nothing to lead ms to ml eve the 1,
0 was being drawn djwn the street, and as 1
7. S 0 mv iunr.h I thnrwht mvslf 1. 2. 4.
5, 0, 7, 8, 0 for net having depended upon its
- i 1
No. 1509. An Important Company.
V'c are banded together, by fate and by birth.
By ttstiug ourfkili you may judgeof our worth,
e are nrmiy unite l to help in ail worx,
Ana one of our number is ever a shirk,
All eager for servlcs, wo Ptretch out our hau l?,
in oar own native hoaes. or la faraway laids.
We vary lu figure, some bhortor. tome taller.
Some awkward, Eoae graceful, boino larger,
The stoutest moves foreniest, as the stronges
One, wise a a guide-board, points out what is
The next one oa duty wears a hat that is tall-
la work and la stature ouiranling us all.
And there are two others who do as they choose,
loo small ana too weak to be of inuca use.
bedeck them with jewels, we leave thm to
But, hiding and clinging, they help ia thsir
Ploase give us employment, we work with
Even tatJia, the fallen, would tcora to keep
But he by our labor Is often defeated.
Aud much that is worthy is graud.y completed.
lio. 1710 X Kiddle.
Hmall am I. a tiny creature.
Vei vast structures do 1 rear:
Wind and wavts can not destroy thaia,
And brave men of them tare fear.
My vrora is done iu tiKuce,
Oft in caverns submarine;
And what I form is sought or
With much laoor, too. I wetn.
But when gathered from tho ocesa,
And mace over with much care.
It uim a oeautiful ornament
Which the ladles love to wear.
II. A. P.
No. 1211 An Annsram,
By transposing the letters in the words
uJktt in rtyv" make the name of a relig
ious denomination. X. x. Z.
Ko. 1212 A Punning Quiz. (
Can any member of thaband
That lote to p.ay tn Paztleland
Tell why the people most we trns. .
. .. hoe worJa are ever true aad juH,
Can surely deal in false hood dark , '
ftotoacealoaef For they embark 1
TO THE GENTLEMEN OF INDIANAPOLIS:
Owing" to the liar d times arid dullness
of trade, I will make special prices for the
next 30 days in SUITS MADE to ORDER,5
On Falsehood's turbid tide with ease
Their pytuT tvlic oj-mh one seei.
The 3Iay L'rlze,
Pope's 1'oetical Works, nicely printed and'
bound in cloth, will be presented to the
reader furnishing the best lot of answers to
the "Knotty Problems" for May. The solu
tions lor each weex should bo forwarded
within alx days after the date of the Sentinel
containing the puzzles answered.
11 '.- Cleoratra.
iss. A. mirror.
CÜUIOU., USEFUL AND SCIENTIFIC,
Mr. W, L. Brown, of 6t. Petersburg, is said
to nave written a paper, to be published
shortly iu bock form, in which he makes a
tenous attempt to compile and utilize exist-
leg knowledge of wind and wind currents,
a-d the influence cf the moon thereon; so as
to found some Ecientific rules for n definite
It i3 a curious fact connected with deep
rriniug that frora the hours of 12 at night
till Sin tbe morning tho disturbing intla
tnce in the bowels of the earth obtains in
'teased activity. At this time it is observed
by rnineis that water falls from places where
none is observable during the day. The
volume in the water-wheel is perceptibly In-
creased, the atmosphere is charged witl !
gases, which often prevent the lignta iron
burning, and small particles of earth and
rock are observed to fall from the tops of tht
Profess: r Theodore von Oppolzer in a notf
writes: "The words midnight and noon have
a purely local charact&r, like the words ev
ening and morning. At a given metant it
can be 0 hours on the whole earth if we havf
agreed to designate this given instant every
v nere with this number, but there can bt
midnight only under one meridian at the
absolute inbtant, to the word3 midnight and
Looa are to bo avoided when speaking ol
universal time." He thinks that astrono
ornera are more inclined to over than to un
trer eetimata the tronblo of a transition pe
The difference between tho larval coi and
the young salmon just hatching, aays Pro
fessor Macintosh, is striking. , Tae young
cod is iu a very rudimentary condition, no;
only in &ize, but in structure, r or instance
the heart pulsates, but there is no visibh
blocd, end there are no blood vessels. Taose,
therefore, who eay that the heart in animah
contraca from the stimulus of its living
tiood wculd here find little support. Oatm
ether band, the x;ewly batched atlmon hat-
fcttatned great complexity ; mde3d, several
days may be spirit in delineating itse?a')oratt
blued vessels aloLC.
At a Iatemefticg of theGeoh g'ctl Society
Ljncon, Ur. H. Woodward read a paper oi
an tIn)0?t perfect skeleton of the Itayiinn
Kigp.j, ( tPh'ai's tea cow,") obiaU -d fro i
the rijistocene peat depcaiti cn Uibring
Itlncd. He spk of the interest which al
ways attaches io tuth animals a? are fcithf;
just exterminated or are now in coarae o
rap'd extirpation by man or other agents
and jt fprred to tbo present speedy de3truc
tlon t f the larger mammalia. xprcsuing the
opinion that the African elephant, the gi
r&iTe, the b;ou. Rnd many others would soor
be bictled out of ez'EtcncQ unless profectec
frem leine hnntod to death. The earnc ap
plied to tho whale and seal fisheries. He
then described some of tbe leading point3 cf
the anatcmy ot the Ilhytira, and pointel
rut the princiral characters by which th or
der is distinguished. He regarded the Ray
lira as a last surviving tpecies of the old
Tertiary group of Sirenians, and its position
bs marking an "outlier" of the group now
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bought, sold or taken in exchange for new. Send 5 Cents for all of abovo
catalogues, or 2 Cents 'or any one of th em.
In operation at tl West Maryland, Drlyra
WeU Storo 1 aad 2 horso power. Baler thxu
Ooal oU lamps. R. H4 JiOKJJJJ. state Agent,
cü.Eicctro Block Tin Plating a Specialty.
,9 r s? J&ZM:
Harness and Buggies.
U. fS Ea&tWaih. St. and 71 ut Cdnrt S.
c?)Tbo Largest Btocn or iiarncM, Uorso Blank
etg, ciothlnjr, Kobes, etc.. ever saowa la the State.
Mec&ut Iloorc and Elcsc&nt Good.
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WHEN BLOCK OPPOSITE P03T OFFICE.!
IucluJcä tlje 'oltl ami cstablsjlied
BRYANT & STRATTON SCHOOL;
Together with the
INDIANAPOLIS BUSINESS COLLEGE.
Commercial Students have daily practice
iu ACTUAL 11CSINK5S.
Lesions in Practical Knglish and Penman
ship. 81 ort-haud writing and use of Stenograph
Machine taught by Kxpert Stenographers.
Oncers and proprietors: En K. BiiowN,
President; Orrix II. Trook, Vice-President;
Km mitt J. Hlkb, Secretary; Wh. M. Ked-MANt.Trcasurer.
& IS East WnHhiugtoii.
St., Indianapolis, Indiana.
Kavo in Stock a full assortmont of
Rud3If'and Emrt Columbia iisjfe
Tho only first-class Boy's Bicyclo
rnaclo. Aironts for tho Star, Club,
Sanspariel, Facile, Kangaroo, and all
flrst-clacs wheels. Difficult repairing
and nicklins a specialty. Old Whoola
'78 I?cridlXotoi vcwuo, 1
I. S. Huey & Son,
Eanafadurers csd Deaif r io
Dtors and Sash,
All Honufactured Work for Ex
terior and Intorler Puralahtns.
ORN i- Gf
reoiuv and Dootblr PaYraonia
Ikst WiIiliiiica St.