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THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SUNDAY MORNING MAY 31 1885 EKjJHTEEN PAGES.
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SATURDAY, May 30, we place
ONE HUNDRED DOZES
AT 25 OEHTO A PAin.
-Ihffcocrtire Tull Regular Made, 27 incii
)f)tv, cd Blilc Clorked. Tha colon ro lime.
Lrcoic. Wine and Green. Ttej are worin &u c;.
SATURDAY, May 30, wo place
on gale .
ONKIICNDKn) I) o Z KN
Gauntlet Lislo Gloves,
AT 12 1 2 CENTS A PAIS.
Thec giotci cot II CO csczcn to lrori.
Prices Always in Plain Fipras.
PETTIS BASSETT& CO
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JOS. A. MOORE,
C4 r. Uarket Ct., Indianapolle. Ind
Izlrrttx Allowed on (Sepotiu, la mini 0! S3 and
. Money to Lean on IteproTed CItj and Farm
rrerrty In Indiana and Ohio.
City, Connty and Town Bonds, and Parcnaaed
ttoney Nctei, bought and eoid.
No loana made except auch 1 are aecnred by
tret tccrtzage on rci estate, with a Urze martfn
Cf tcccrlty, or by collateral fcaTiag market
7cre!&a Zxclxanz lor t&le on all parti of the
TTrinklc, Moles. Plmitlea, Blackheads,
nt'-los" tn-t Furerfluorrs Hair Reraoyel. Ocn
piexioü Uaat:flfl. The Hair and Browi Colored
od Restored. Fleth Increased or Keduret.
Form Ixirelorment a Speci&Uy.lSTerT Toilet
XtinUit - Intmatlng circular, teitlmoniala,
4c. (;fnt bealed in plain envelope).
Mm. K. VET.4RO,
2013 Lexington Are., N. Y. City,
flow Under wear,
SilBRlGGAH, LISLE, AND ILK,'
f fret-class Gco!u and Lower Prices than et er,
'Ho. 4 V. Vaohlngton St.
EcUUhhed In 1SC2.
large selection of all kinds.
Hew Bohemian Garnet and Rhine-
sicAe Jewelry. Best go)ds. Always
.As. N. MAYHEW,
Jo. 22 West VTashicrtoa Street.
1 1. 7
SUNDAY, MiY 31.
O VriCEt 71 rd4 73 Wmtt Market Street.
Fnrwi Off,i-r 164 1 Editorial Ejnn... 291
CJd conditioned eld papers for !a!a at
thiu.oSf ce at only 40 cents per hundred.
h CITY IN CHIEF.
Ts Daughters of Rebekah are arranging
for picnic during the comin; month.
Indianapolis National Bank bsa'u
rrc-Äc? into iln new quarters yesterday.
Acan giving the name of James Smith is
ucr arrest for tbe alleged theft of a horse.
Echols r 'Rob Roy")of the Sentinel
bis gone East, to be abeat several
Tit members of the State Bmd ef Health
. nillibold their regular yearly me9ting on
T Furerictendent of Folica bai evidence
?a'yst tbe lotteries, and the iState is ready
to r;secute. "Why taad they idle?
i": co'ored man named Wiley Stanford
d!4 suddenly yesterday morning at his
residence on Indiana avenus froua heart dij
eat ritrnlleged pickpockets, Roberts. Holmes,
Viy,-rrs and Coleman, were released yester
day. rcn rayment of fines and promises to
lea the city.
Tfc courte cf Monday lectures in the
Glr Classical Schiol will close tomorrow
a lecture by Dr. Julia Holmes Smith,
cf CJicago, at 10 o'clock a. m.
TiT American Canal Company has ac
cepAjthe provisions of the law affecting
inci companies, and this r.:ceptance his
beeled with the State Secretary.
Ttv first prize in declamation ia the Girls'
Clascal School was won by Nellie Johnston,
and i he second by Eya, Walker, at the annual
prifj declamation Friday afternoon.
Tj Hospital Bjard bis let the contract'
for Spelles for tbe year, the breai bain? oV
cbtijned at two and one eighth rent! per
VciUi and the milk at eleven cents per
wb Dr and Mrs. EarUett, of Washingtoa
C.tWill be rrB.nt
Tc lirdies cf ths fourth section of the Ssc- .
end'tabyterian Church will glva a social
M George Stout, one of the bondsmen of
v Cc3. Harrison, has purchased the man
s:orn North Meridian street formerly oc
cup jd by the latter. Mr. Stout and family
wiLf cenpy it as a residence.
Ts $10.000 draft sent to the State Treas
creJ rem Tippecanoe County, and auppossd
to fc-e been lost, was found yesterday in
tte rfare, where it had been placed on ac
couj t cf its arrival after banking hour J, and
THE SEW HOSPITALS.
Tte Bid for Furnishing1 Steam Bent
In sr, Etc , Submitted,
Tbc Heard ot Coraraltiloners of the nc
Iciace hospitals were In aesaion again yeter
dJ, and opened the biJi for tbe heating a p.
riratui'and plnmbing for the new boapIUI'.
h'tTral bldi were tubmitUU, the following
belrg tte lownt: For tbe steam beating at
Kratifille, $S,o, by S. I. Folk, of Chica;
at Lozaniport, 1 14,087. 40, by Kelly Sc Jonei,
of Pittsburg, and at Richmond, $:.(iiS 4 J. by
the tame firm. Fcr furninhlng water tube
loileri at the three hospitals, each 400 hone'
power, G. 0. Morgan put In the lowest bldi,
telrBT.1.: :; fcr each. For tubular boil
rs S. I Folk, of Chicago, pnt in a bid tit
for tach hospital. For famishing
purnf at Lcgan?pnrt Gordon .V Maxwell, of
Hamilton, O., bid j'TtiO, and J. It. Williams,
of Bt Lonif, bid $1,012.2:) for the tatae t
the other two institutions. But two bidj
were received lor tbe plurublnz. and both
are legarded fs high and will cot be av
ceited. With this exception the bids fall
etrtral thousands of dollars below the etti
natfs. The bca:d will La In icsioa aatn
on We dee. day.
The Revenue OClce.
Yesterday waa the latt day of Cjllector
McKij'b term, and tha work of Into'cln
the property of the Internal IterenneOtlice o!
this city wl 1 be begun tomorrow and the
prof erly formally turned oyer to 1). Ilnty
ter, the rewly-appn'nted Collector. It la
Bnpjcscd that tbe main office will be Imci"
diatelv (rarsfcrred to Lawrencaburg and a
deputy rjlacei in cnarge at this point. Tte
tew Collector has not yet glvea out tbe
aatcea of these to be appointed to subordin
ate pcrticnt, but it is presumed that . U,s
selections are made. !
Strawberry Annual Ealr.
The annual strawberry show of the Marion
County Agricultural and Horticultural Socie
ty will be held in the 100ms of the State
Beard of Agriculture on Saturday, the nth
proximo. Premiums are also offered on sev
eral kinds of small fruits and flower. At
the tame meeting the successful cnmootltur
will read an esesay on an "Ideal Kitchen."
the award to be made known by the coii
mitteeat the meeting. It is proposed to eat
the strawberries after the awards are mads,
and this ihould attract a large crowd.
A False Report.
A rumor reached the city yesterday that a
httl4 ion of Ja cab Bowman, IS I Bright
street, had b:ea drowned while C&hing ia
Eagle Creek near the I. and St. L brldgt,
Dut the rumor proved to bs groundless, as
the lad appeared at home safe and sound
'.) o'clock last night, with pole and line, bat
without any tiih. The family was willing
to brar the ill luck of his fishing when h's
sppcarance relieved their distress on ac
count of the reported drowning.
111 at Last,
About 11 o'clock last night Patrolmen
Uiftery and Wileon arrested Daniel 111 on, a
wairant charging him with asiault and b lit
tery with intent to kill. Dan is one of tbe
gaDg of potato peddlers who used John
Kiep, the South Illinois etreetsaloon keeper,
so roughly some time since. Immedla'ely
after the row III left the city, going tD Louh
vllle. whence he returned tbe other day. H
is taid that he assisted Mike Cain in his
murderous assault upon Officer Wilson last
Ready to Take Hold.
In view cf the notices issued by the Bell
Telephone Company concerning the pDssibVe
riEcinding of contracts with subscribers June
30, tbe Overland Company held a masting
atd determined to take ateps for securing
the plant if the present company abandons
the ßeld. W. 8. Byram, the President of the
Overland Company, was.Inatructed to corre
spond with the Bell Company and solicit ah
Ice "earn and strawberries at 8;haffnerN.
Citizens of this city and vicinity should
not pay from 10 to $00 for what they can
cbtun for 25 to 10. Neither should they
patron'ze establishments who invest in low
grade Eutim labor to tbe detriment 0! a
resident elaa of working people who make
atd spend their money in this community.
The Globe Tatlorin Company, at 22 West
WaahiDgton street, have all their garment?
made here by nrst clt3 workmen, aad taeL
prices ate much lover than you cm obtain
tne same grade of gocds and workmanship
for ehewhere. '
Strawberries and cream at SchafTner's.
Elecance In Dresstog.
It is a real c. sofort and delight to wear a
suit of clothes that are a perfect fit and
made up with t?ste and judgment. E e
gacce, etvle and artiatis finish are tha fes
tuiesof Ef,an Sc Treat's clolhing that cslcn
tte eje of our well dressed young men.
hell oysters and c'ams at SchafTner's
you might as well be out ot the
world as out of fashion, especia'.y as to hats
andbennets. Mrs. Habicg, 41 North Illi
nois itrcet, has all the latest styles of mili;
ncry, atd all should eee her who have next
provided themselves with a seasonable hah
Frcg hams and boneless basi, S;haffner'i,:.
The Shoottnc Feat. !
Tbe meeting cf this impor'ait societj,
commencing June 1c, is an important even?,
and all cf the mary thousands who attenil
should provide themselves with a new su jt
cf c.'otbes at L. Mueller's, ths artistic tailor,
at 'Ojuth Illinois s'reet, who3e prices ar-a
low acd fit unexcelled. Go leave you;r
mea-n:e in time.
Finest ojsteis, meats, Hah, etc., Bcha?"
ner's. CUT TO TH.il! BONE.
Oue rent each for large No. 2 fat Mackerel.
Uce ctnt for tfcree No. 3 Mackerel.
5c for U lb. cn oil Fardinef.
the fcr keg of Holland Htrrlo?.
12 c per cczen for Holland Herrin;.
Zvc tor tbiee cans of MactereL
fcr three 2 lb. cans of Cove Oyster.
Kc for 1 tan of choice table Peaches.
7c lor 1 can cf btst sweet Corn.
fc 'r 1 can of Llca Bean.
3öc for two l gallon cans of Apple.
5c per lb. for good country dried reaches.
15c per lb. for eraporated "Pcacüed.
2Cc per lb. for ctotce evaporated Peeled Peche
ICo per lb. for Persian Dates.
. tr lb. for choice liaisons.
tc per lb. for California Apricot.
10c per hex for Whmi Germ Meal.
lCc rr bo for rooked desiccated Oatmeal
fc per lb. for rholce rolled CoiSsti. '
ICr per lb. for Pickwick Ham.
Uc per lb. for Klnnan'a hhoalders. 4
"Kc ter lo for choice LarJ.ln nnill or larje
lie fct lb. for pure ground Allspice, Ciaaaoijy
CloveF, Oiager or Mustard.
12Kc per ir. for Laling Powder.
H per lb, for Royal Bakina: Powder.
'cfortbice 10 cent cansot Ucyal BAkinsPowdti
JCc per lb. for choice clean sreen Kio Coil sc.
70c for 25 ib. tack White Rose Flour.
(S'JSrcrbtl. for best Flour. Guaranteed ti
giTe satisfaction or mone7 refunded. ;
Per feed tea use nntolored Japan, 4Cc psr lb. j
Ce rer lb. for 1'eacb iTeservea. j
Jk li gcoda guaranteed. Order i delivered I
LI. LI. WILLIAHS.
s. m m. rr z
lack Silk Hos
At 70c. per pair aro
At $1.00 per pair would bo cheap at $2.25.
L. 8. Ay res & Go.
N. B. Silk Lace Mitts at Half Price.
A. DICKSON & GO.
Best Vate Ever Shown in His City.
tThe$e late purchases include good in all departments. Best
bargains are in Silks,Black Dre?s Goods, Colored Dress Go3ds, Whit?
Dress Goods, 13atistes, Satteens, Dress Ginghams, Parasols, Hosier aui
Lace Mite. We own them cheap and will let them gj cheap.
A, DICKSON & CO.
TO - MOB
WILL OFFER THE
nififdnom n iiati atht ai
Xlxixx z xi cl
Swiss Embroideries end
LACES AND PLOUNOINGS.
Lawns from to lOc.
A special lot of Summer Silks, plain and checked.
.25 pieces Black Silk at Half Price.
Tte Above Goods Are tte Bargains of the Season.
48 and 50 North Illinois St., cor. Market.
HEAR PROF. 0. S. FOWLER,
Ike Veteran PI1RIX0LOGIST, r
Zj U O T XT ;H 33
In aiAtOMO HAI L, HOXD4V, Juoo lt.
FhrDolo?T and Fe:f Culture FREE.
WtäntsJtiy. JaneS LOVK AND MAKP.I VGK
Friday. June 5-MAN300D AN VLY.2D AND
RESTORED to Male oaly. Admission, 2-.
tatordar. June 6. at i':C0 p. d. - FEMALE
HEALTH AND BLOOM, their cause aad Ees;or
atloa. To Ladles only. Adaissloa, 2c.
Monday. June S-CCCESS AND FAILURE IN
LIFE to both sexes. Admission. 20c
Consult him professionally at the Grand Hote
Ixom June 1st to Jane 11th.
Ii ait Chanoe! ITow cr Never!
Notico to Sower Contractors.
Sealed proposals for the extension of the aewcr
ia Crown Hill Cemetery will be recsirei up to 2
p. ta. Thursday, Jane 4th, 1SS-5, at thi Ceraetery
oiee, .no. 9 Fletcher A Sharps'i Block, Indiana
toil, flana and epecificatlons can be seen at the
emetery OiVice. 9 Fletcher A: Sharpe'a Block.
JJy order of tbe i:ai:dln? Committee.
titU T. ;-cretarj.
Jts a v . a .tj
really vorth Si.50,
WHEAT BAKING POWDER
It contains do injurious inre-
It Icavr rif lclf tfrion. milw
"f1 Pti:-- in t tie l-rea.J as h j.nw
i t mn . u . n- i mi mit .. w . . .....i
It rot-irc t tbe Finr the
liisrliiy iuiKirtant cnntutui'iil
rf-Hi ted in tLe bran ot tte
It mat" a letter inj lU-htr
l -.wtut tun kiiyctLtr liukiu
?IAIiTIX ICALIirrEISClI'S SOXS,
Established lsn NEW YOKK.
Trade Supplied by
ROBERTSON & PERRY,
26.2S and 30 MTet Georgia Street, InJIiaipolij.
Dost Boiler Scalo Puraative.
TO TRY IT 13 TO TJ8E NO OTHER,
J. P. SUlLTOllj A PEASE,
Office 81 Thorpe Block.
IndlTldual, County or eut right ol nanufi
tniti for tale.
Tex giMO'ii teller tux UiU article.
tm Iii a at
Full linrs of
Men's & Boy's
and the Nobbi
For ccmpelitora Yhen the ?.0DEL slashos riqht and loft into Prices as theyarno citing.
Vo aro the Leaer3 in this market or Low Pricos, ana although cur business fj tha month
cf May has been very large, ve propose to double our sales in Juno. Wc cxjcl to sacri
fice refits, but we must reiluco our steck. I
This wctk wo mako a cut in the prices of fine clothing that will carry (bnster.iatian
into Hie camps of cur competitors. Elsgant suit?, mado of Imparted Cassimere?and Carle-
icrtvss, regular $25 and S30 suitr, will now be sold at SIQ and $20. Vo w4.Il1 call oar- '
ticular attention to one lot of fine imported brown Corkscrews, in sacks and ftur button cutaway ,
suits, reoular price, $22, now being sold by us at il5. The HaVaTod Ciimaraiits
we are selling at $2.88 cEn net be matched under $6, and it would take $12 anywhere else
o buy a suit as good as tho all-wool one3 we sell at 57.
Splendid suits for chil ren at SI.58, 2 and $3. Ono hundred fine a!v33i suits,
worth $7 and SC. for $4 and $5. Sailor suits, 68c. Splendid suits for large joys, $2.65,
and fire all-wool Cassimere sui s at fG, $7 and S8.
Great b argsirs in Pants. Ken's working pants, 75c, $1 and H25, and fple.idid all-
wool pai.ts, i2, $2.50 arJ 3,
Bargains in Furnishing Goods.
Elcßniit renale blurts, open front cr back, to col
lars anl cullf, only 1. Geoil calico Ehirts, witb. cne
atd tvro ollare, 4bc aru 75c. lltndsouie hilk clockeO,
fancy hofcicry, sold all over at 05c, 19. Splendid j class this eeioa's
BUfpesdexs at 19c. Great bargains in neckwear, j any rc.tlar hat
Satin-lined silk scarfe, pufla and
stripes and check?, usually
Liren star dirg colls tf, 5c, six for
43 and 45 E. Washington st. 18, 20 and 22 South Pennsylvania St,
BBS'S? SC CIGAE, IIST AMBS.IOA
Universally acknowledged to be the ;
Vest medium-priced Piano in the
market, possessing all the qualities i
that go to make up a First-Class I
Pia'io Kverr one can affaid toj
poEEegs one at the Low Frice3 and
Easy Terms at which they ara j
19 North Pennsylvania St.
Hazelton Planes. Facarfl Orpi
BLEE & CÖEEMAK,
Ppaiküng Champagne CMcr, Western TrMe (.in
rer Ale, Seltzer ater 3d Ltttle Daisy Sola,
lortablo Fountains charged oa aLort notice.
Fount&lna for rent.
Sw. 5fC. 2:t0 and 232 S. Delaware St.,
INDIANAPOLIS. ... IAÜI1NA.
M. R. STYES, Manager.
CITY B5DERTJKIX0 ROOSS
66 North Pennsylvania Street,
Oppof ite Grand Opera House.
H. W. TUTEWILER,
Ntm.FIrft-c:tss throushont. Eeaaonatle rrlcct.
'i eiephone Rm. 41L
Telephone- K-esMeace 441.
Xj A.' MP
All Kinds and Styles.
Oil ard Gasoline Stores Cleaned
PURE GASOLINE AND OILS
F. P. smfTHQ CO.'S,
0 aa4 22 Irtk Illiuli Strtct.
y ill ft fi
that are wortli double.
tuoks ia pUicJe, i TIIAT'i OUll
?5c, onlj 35e, three j brifnmed, fine straw hats at 40c aid Ö0. Fin
iiiw'i iiuvo ub i
the same goods.
25c; Keen cje
bnmmfd hata, 2dü
hits at 5c and 10c.
H I h 1 B
(5) STORES IN
13. A-TISS Ac CO.'S
! ITor tlio Hot Weather.
LIGHT TJ2TTD BRWHAB.'
Fint Stocken the Cents' Furiiiihing Department, &t the OM Reliable House cf
P. GRAf.'ILIfiG S. SOW, 35 East Washington St.
ADAF.1S & VYESTLAKE
Oil & Gasoline Stoves.
Stores and Ranges, best in th: world.
Mantles, Grates and Tile Hearths.
1 AND 63 WLST WASHINGTOV ST.
lie Closlna-Out Sale
F THE LARGEST anfl BEST STOCK of CARPETINGS,
I WALL PAPERS, and DEC03ATIQNS, LACE CUR
TAINS, RUGS, MATTINGS, etc., in the Statet now
Inprcqrcss at our commodious storerooms, TSo.
-47 find Soutli 3Xeridimi St.
and at the BEE-HIVE CARPET STORE, at prices
away belov refjularand ordinary values, ta compel
the disposal of tho entire stock by tho 1st of July
next, offers everybody who has wants to be sup
plied ;in this lir.e a rare opportunity to serve self
interest. Come early in tho courso of thio safe,
while assortments are fullest.
aril Drap d'E to
Sit", or CDits
rtJl Vests, now
Hats and Caps. )
We are hiving a rousing trade in ?t'.w hats Ke
ine aibjr oars are all fresh new gooJif-no old stock
prices to deceive the public, but first
g-jods, at lo t) 50 J:r cent, below
store price, or moiey refunded.
MOTTO. Men's cfegaut broad-
unti V, uui ciuitl VillC (i.yj lOi
IJoya' and children's Viobby, brcad-
to $1. Men ä Acdtj3ts' harvest
Alpaca Coats and Yosts
Tte Litest ant? Mot Irrproved
Binglo liens rctcr
In the mMlet. Lights Like Gis, and every
burner a working burner. T"o fourth or
I luxiliary burner lejuireJ, üave 25 pc
nt. on fuel.
co JJoI'oro ISuyluyr.
' Rl. PURSELL & SUN,
8-1 East Washisgton BL