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WEI.MIAY MiTS"I". NOVOIIlilll 2?.
Tn - h - et V 1 . newspapers pab
lah4 b Ia4.it. aad has s clr-itti im rvrpeseed hy
grj or yipf la U tata. It therefore sfJer 4.
ruU(H kick 17 will Mt Bnd eUewher.
a
jtaNaeetstento this Evening.
MITlOTOUTiS TBIATH.-M,. L. f. Emtt.
lMUij th &JU BalL
XASOTIC HALL Va. I. -.rT HtLua, fa fear
algatA
STATS rSSCKKteW Black, Iwt Washlagtew
twt, Open day 4 night.
CITY ITEMS.
--s-
jJ"".Vm stlo a year mo -rrrp al:bin; lot.
crs are now losing irr.
GTTheeap we wrar; it came from IiV-r
AMcIvrr; It is auif.
t3TB'iin WM Try brlk on the?strets
Tetterlay. A reat manj country svct
la tbeHty.
J5"Our market are rrow.JM with every
Tarietj f f rorlloni, but the price continue
at exorbitant rata.
t2TTbr I nothing so tprriMe at pernors.
anl nothing ao toothing as an approvlns' con- '
j7" The deliberation cf our City Council,
who meet in council to roun 1 top thcr, are
Dot alwaya cbara t-rid by unanimity of
eounaei.
2TThe Ili atbpuarU-ra in Indiana f..r Kancj
and SUple Iry fioola I the New York Store,
W, II. (ilenn proprietor, r.Inn Illoclc,
Indianaiolia, Indiana.
i -
2TE. May A. Co., at Uie Ian Office , No. ?A
Sc.uth Illinois street, will loan money on any
article of value, or buy the aime. Always on
hand, unredeemed pled-a for aale.
Pr roxj.- Mr. W. II. Hjtcher, of lifv
ette, of the exU ndve grocery houe of Karl A
Hatrher, and Colonel V. C. Wilson, of the
aame eity, were In the city yesterday.
WaXTF.n. The flrearm which the ,4youn?
Idea ueil when learning bow to "ohot;
al, the knittin? neille with which tho pirl
knit the M mitti-n that h rve to the yuiur
man.
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Cricket. A match panje of cricket will 1
played tkoH an ri.o-n. on the ground of the
IndlanapolU Cricket Chib. The wickets will
te pitched at 1 o'clock precisely. The public
are Incited to lie in attendance.
nTThe (irand Lodge and the Oranl F.n
eampnient of the Indt pcndr.t Order ff Odd
Fellow met In annual e-ion in Odd F How
Hall yeaterday. The (ei.n will lat for sev
eral days erhaps.
IROM'TIox-- The follow ng promotion
were made yeterday:
lVnh Ind. Vol., William II. Covert, Capt.
t . F. John S.CamplK ll, 1st Lieut., and Jo.
Uhulliken, 2.1 IJeut. Co. F.
JITTlie Iloardof TrtMtre of the Agricul
tural 'ollcge of Indian.!, were in Miii at the
Governor's room, in the State l!ue, on ye,
torday. They did notliin more than merely
to ratify what they had previously done.
The Sr.RLii Hillow" I the title of a
new piece of muie that ha been left on our
t-ble by J. A. Butterfi Id t Co., mu-ic dealers,
t No. Ti Faat Market ntret. (loci judges ay
that the muic 1 excellent, and th words r
fine. 3T Yesterday wa one of the brivhtct anl
mot genial days of the v ery lovely int r al of
bright days we hare beenhavinj; for th lat
fortnight It seem as If " eternity had reach
ed a corner of it mantle toward mankind, and
the breath of it wa in;? fringe wa like a f.ll
of Araby."
tlTThe forking Men's Convention I in
ession in this city, at the Tabernacle. The
discussion of the ciht hour system will bo one
f the prinzipal measure that will occupy the
attention of the convention. Lalior should not
oppreMl b; capital, and wc nrc glad to sec
it prwtecte.1. We hope good results will flow
from this convention. Ik-legates from all or
tlons of the state are in attendance.
57" The first grand hall U e given by the
friends of the teamer ttovcrnor Morton "
will come off at Mum. nie Hall, on next Monday,
the 27th Inst. It will be one of the grandest
affairs of the aeacn. On the neveral commit
tees of imitation, of arrangements of intro
duction, of management, tc, are some of our
best citizens and public men.
Personal. We yesterday had the pleasure
of a call from Mr. Ocorge II. Knapp, of George
II. Knapp t Co., proprietors of the St. IauI
Republican. Mr. Knapp looks as though he
was in a properous condition. There i no
reason why he should not lie, for he hail from
one of the moat flourishing cities hi the West,
ami Is chief conductor of one of the best jour
nals in the United States.
Billiards. A match game of billiards was
played at the Gem Billiard Booms lat night
tetween two knights of the green cloth, Mr.
Frink, of Chicago, and Mr. Geo. Mrri, of our
city, for ?JÖOO, he hundred point up, earom.
Mr. Morris proving the victor by the small
numbsr of thirteen points. The game was
closely contested and very exciting through
out. Average of the winner thirteen.
UT The Gift Bvok Store of J. A. llyan fc Co.,
No. tW North Illinois atrret. is proving itelf to
le what its proprietors several weeks ao told
u-"n.) humbug. The look are there in
endles variety, and at the regular market
rat The gifts are there, U of which we
have had the ocular proof, for a friend of our,
no longer ago than yesterday, went to this
same lux 1 tore and invested, perhaps, a Jol-
Ir fr a book of irmi; be mir Weil for a prtee,
drew au t levant raster worth ne t h than fif
teen dvllars, Thi l a gift look store in fact a
well a in name.
XJrrtiriiay, on the Madison train going
south, ük Ui-Hhvrtred soldier, not nlih-
Ing the company of an Ethiopian, who. by
aome nx-an or otber, had suci-stHlcd iu getting
t n the train, ordered, him to Into another
car. Tbc larkey r fused, and the oldier pro-cerd-d
to make a targ t of him by shooting at
him, it trying to sve höw cIom- t him they
culd shoot without hitting him. The larkey
was slightly woundesl. and b ft hi inhpitaMe
f. llow -tra lern at tho Crt stati n. It stm to
u that thi w aa rather a strong pr-- in the
rjs-tm nt line.
lln t ru, tue Mauician, in Li ck. Here is
vnu thing which rn fesior Hell r, who I to
appear Nf.re an IuJianapsli audience to
iiu rn w cnln-, will W glad to leant, if the
information ha n t n ached him In fore this.
We clip fr m the w York .Vr cf last Fri
day: Wm. Prr.-ott sirnitU. Master of Transpor
tation n the r.iiliui. re an l thii Kailroad. rc-
s orusi.n rir.i. M aanoutu m: that .Mr.
Palmer, kuowu as Pn f s..r i; u rt IMlcr,
the ms.Mii n, hs f i'.li n 1. ir t. a I ire fortune
tn lai.taud. Mr. .nntli l.td n. t --. n at.e lst
esmin: t lind out the w trrrN..in (,f j, u,-rf
wh' wa In Chicago at ly.
m
.raMunlralnt,
l.xrioox'iis, NovimiN-r 2J.
riirK IlKRtr: I herewith furttish f.r
put-ii. ati. n a rrj rt ef the numbs r of lisal-b-d
llitrs admitted it.t the IL.me ;a,-e
August Ut, tai. Ih- dal- ss U-li it w a o tird :
Total numt- r admttt d tv,
Total nuuilff Ii- harmed
Total nutuis r li-l l .
Itrnialnlnjr, N-v etn! r 1' -,
(f tlie bumUr rttuainin. nn-n Ihm l..t
tarb a lv. f r ti arm. tie an arm an l 1.,
one UIi f-H fr u .S in Ainl r.iiv i'.ie
TriH-n, nJ in j arsl)! i i-sr r. ,
trrtuetl'S. vsLUh Lis i!iall-v htm frvtu sal-- i
Inc f.r inorr than tvso jcara. The mnain-l. r
are UUaM-l lr 41 ar, Jie. ae vr iun.J.
Allcf tlx tiutuU r n nialniinf siilte J nna-t-eaat
U n ß. UHt-a lurliitf lif", with a srrr f w
erf j.tl. n. liavlii ttiliiit r hotne nor fri n-is t
go iu for iij'jx.rt. 1 1 i i ic yu III viveth
aUtte A .lace tn )uur roluiuua,
1 aia. rtj rt i-ttfully, tic.,
M. V. WlallAHt. siuirttttrbvleut.
Turm au luJjre? ulliTan, r,f MaIIcn, J.
J. ('ummins, f-., -f !!r.mninn D, lion. I.
IlickeU ami 4. J. H. MtI err- tbrr, cf J T. r
s"nt,'.l, an I M.ij-r ''. MMm..n cf New
j York City. arrive! In tltr city jtsterila anJ
are f 'piny at the Kit.'. Holl.
H'tt. I!. W. Il-rrint-n, ff Madison, IUy.
'jru Nut! an. I On. Morton C Hauter, cf
Rlof minyt.-n, an l U. N. Wrlr, K-q., of New
Albany, arr t H-lntf at thr Palmer Houm?.
Mayor's ( kt. Frl. Fl Min?, for drir.
inz r.n sl.vtalk, ku fined T 4"; pal.J. Peter
IHHa, f..r thrnts in filth in alle-r., . 40; paid.
Cterrjjr W. Mri Ut, ivter Murphy, Jerry
3frIVnl!, IL I'mitvan and J.bn Sullivan,
IdirrifT tli t'th -' rp, were :I a little too
( Jolly tn rrap th t Izllatit eyes of our police-
mn. In a word, thr were very drunk,
mad' it the paiofui duty of our worthy Mayor
to lmpo a fine r,f $.1 and costs earh. Two of
them paid, tli thr bad parket full of f mptl
n, and took r'in at the firidiron Hot1.
Two men win up fir earryinjf concealed
wei.Ton. and fin-d anl cot cah; pal J.
3Iry Iavancy, it w-in, ha auch an un
jjovcrnablc projn nity fr f nry, witt which
to adorn h r attractive pcrn, and not rcalLz
in the old I I a t hit iN-autr when unadorned
i adorned the mot, would steal. She had
teen hired to work in the family of Mr. Well,
in the Seventh Waj-d, and after b-injr there
two dsy, tole from Mr. Ruhannah Well a
Uk drt-iw, value-. I at ?i; a breastpin, ring and
collar, valued at from i-Vt to i. She plead
guilty, and In default of fcVjf) bail, was commit
ted f.r trial at the next term of the Circuit
Court.
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The Pkhatr on the Vin-jtitutioxal
AmexI'Mext ix the Htr The debate on
j the joint res.luti.ti which projMises the repeal
of the 13th Article of the Constitution of Indi
ana, and thus throw the State otn-n to black
emijrration from other Mates, wa made the
iocial orIT .f bu-iio-s yesterday at 2 o'clock
P.M. in the Hons'. The Hall was crowded
with v isitor who w ere drawn there by the im-portam-e
of the occasion and the announce
ment that Hon. S. If. Buskirk, of Bloomington,
would ojx-n the ball by a sp-ech against the
resolution. Mr. Buskirk has made many ex
cellent spec h, a the iK-mocracy of Indiana
can attest, but he never made a better one than
this, in which he put in a plea for the "Consti
tution a it I In all its part. Hi siH-rch was
carefully prepared, and he read it from the
manuscript, the first time that we ever mw
Mr. Buskirk r-ad a sj---h, or even use note,
for he Is one of the most effective cxtempora-
nous speaker in the State.
The HonoraMe MemlMT from Monroe pre
sented most coneluie reasons why the res(lu
tion should not prevail. It will l one of the
proul-st acts of Mr. Biiskirk's life that he
should enj-y the ditinguided eminence of
ing the first man in the I idlana Legislature to
raise hi voice agaiirt the measure which
would expo Indiana to a flood of colore! em
igration, ami could not but lower the Mx-ial
standing of our population. Mr. Buskirk'
sieech occupiel almost the entire afternoon,
and was litenel to with great attention.
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Amusement.
Metkuii.itan Theatre. "KoMtiale" wa
produced for the oconl time on last evening,
and afforded as agreable nn entertainment as
can well le rowd. d into a five a-t drama, or
embraced in the brif hours of one short even
ing. We know of nothing that we can say of
tin attra'tive novelty by way of praise. It is
a tragedy anl comedy combined. It i humor
ou and thrilling; serious and piquant. Like
Thackeray's IJoulibaisse, it I "a hotch
potch" of every variety of the Irama. What
can Ik more laughable than the bluff drolb ry
of " Kobb,'' more piquant than unpresuming
" Bose Leigh," or more grand than the noble
magnanimity of " Mathew Leigh." We weep
with the sorrow of the devoted "Florence
May," laugh at the quaintnes of "Tabatha
Stork," while quiet, quaint, slf-possess'd,
generous and heroic u Elliott Grey" is the"äd
mired of all who have a heart to fi-i or a sen
sibility to appreciate. Villainy is iersonified
in "Mile MeKenna' and "Colonel May."
The piece alound in strong characteristics,
thrilling situations and affecting tableaux,
w hile the dialogue i chaste, smooth and racy.
Mr. Barrett i Klliot (Jray" to the life
a generous, brave and adventure-loving Kng
lish officer. Impcrturable wlf-posscssion and
tenacity of purpose are the prominent traits of
theeharaet r. We hhall say nothing further
in praise of Mr. Barrett's performam-e,
cause it would be a work of supererogation on
our part. Argument is only needed in a bad
cause, and hence wc desist. The management
I entitled to great cretlit for the very credi"able
manner in which the piece has lieen put upon
the stage, as was remarked last night by the
audo-nce.
Uosodale" will 1h related bvnight.
3Iahnic Hall Roiiert Heli.eh, the fa
mous Pianist and Conjunor, made his Wow once
more to an Indianapolis audience last evening,
and to a crowded house, after an absentee of
some three years, during which time he has so
crfeeted his arts, both mUMcal and diaUdi.jue.
a to have raised himself to a position far le
yond anything yet achieved by the adepts w ho
occasionally visit tn.
The success cf Mr. Heller may le attributed
to several cause. First, his thorough F.nglish
education, which frlvs him a command of the
language enabling him to entertain hi au
diences with conversation at once uaint. to
the point, and as flavored with pun, jokes,
bon mots, etc., that it is always worth a visit,
if but to hear him talk. Then his original and
peculiar style of performance, remarkable in
genuity, rapid sleight-ofdiand, or prestidigita
tion, consumatc acting and thorough knowl
edge of the weak oint of comprehension to
be found in an audience, enables him ti play
so effectively upon the imagination that it re-
quires a tolerably firm reasoning Hwer to d--
t rmine wh th r that w hich ha astounded Us
ao greatly i a something emanating from the
pow ers inf. mal, or simply the result of certain
wily and adroit manipulation.
Then again. Mr. Heller's ability as a pianist,
gives a tone to the entertainment, which no
one ln-fore the public can ever htie to arhieve
for themselves, in the first rank of the iuMie
pianist, most skilful of the ht of conjurors,
and alone as a wit. punster and conversation
alist, Holmt Heller commands now the admi
ration of tlu s title world of amusoiui nt
Iouts. Iii May in our eity is limited to fiw
nights. The programme to-niirht includes
several novelti-, the Wool Minstrels anions
other things, which are said to le the funidot
troujM ,'f Mockheatla in the world. S-ats
should be secured early.
Inliisnisoll He tu 1 1 .Miirket.
aiicTKO it o trovT I sro.
loiarotia, Ti to Evam.o, 5ov. II.
ci.m itits
Java Coffee, per lb tu
hl do d' 3JtoS5
Tea . . . .
Äjfar, taa'ard brj
do Soft Cruhsl
do Brewa
yrsp, Gol Jen, per gal
de Sugar Uoae
X. 0 Mola-e . ....
Sorham Mulae
raovi.it an m eiern
.ft 50 to 3 50
35
30le S3
lte 1?
1 T5
I J
1 50
I 50
110 tail
.... 10 te 12
. J
V
Fleer, per kl . .
d) P.tkoheat, per lb . .
Core Meal, bol'eJ, prr lah
Htm, Sif ar Cored, prlb
i m k L
t rar a,je, m aei.
SkouUer. do
Lard, eew
10
u
50
Si
. .. . SOC I I 00
I 50
..It U to 00
...Ta. I 1 wo
Halter, Choice
. per d-....
Irb Fvla've. per bab
soeet de de
tolo d ...
Turn' pa 4. ... ..
route a 04e
Iiiwms Teikeys Pr
de ChUbea
U I 10
. ICO
i
de
Diht, per pa r.
tairrela. apiece
Isalb.lt de
.bt-uo, par lb.
de
de
4o
. 5 '
W
U I. so
oo
eotteeeeo. iJ
1 so
g.ai:, per d.
Ojif (Hi per raa...
d. (1X1) per aaa
ai rra.
Ural per 111 t0 to 3 00
1-exous da bet ., . . 00
App!e p.r tbltCäviv ., 10
Pittoes, per lb 15 le 40
Cherries I'ned 40
P. ach, de Ii
Applee, de Ute to
Craobemea. par IU IIS U tt
ATTEMrTrr IUtohrt.- s.rr.e r3 al!y
wou! d-be thief ff-te.l an entrar.ee into ahou i
on Virginia Av mo- n Tuesday morning about
3 o'clock and prj-cT-l-I t a nxm oecupil by
two ladi-. whih hn ernmened earchin?. j
v niif luus i n--si ,ts Land came In contact '
with the fare cf cn of the v who was
aWp at the time, who h amuvd hr, and she
screamed out, 4 th re 1 a thief in the liou,"
whih fri-'hUnel the ra-al s.- badly that he
jumped out of a window, taking with him a
part of the paper window blind that was at
the window He left I bind Lim nothing that
could lead to LI IdentiScati'-n.
BUSINESS NOTICES.
Ilumlln A. ItasK-hlfir have removed their
office to Kxcban-e Bulding, .13 North Illi
nois street, epposite Bates Hotjso. novlvCm
It I nlmost nn ImpossIIUItj to pro
cure a iure article of Bourlxn NTiisky. Se
cour, on Washington strt t, kp it fr sale.
Bcmcmli r thi.
C.'ultar)! nluns! ! I'arti s inter t
ed In irocuring a fine (iuitar, very cheap,
should not fail to examine the tine assortment
Just rec eived at Buttertl Id fc Co.'s. (iuitars
for i irt. A fine, patent head ( Iuitar for $7 50,
at 73 East Market street. 22-3
Tor Sale A Ilorv and lirht Spring
Waj?'n and Harness. Apply at Xo. 5, Bates
House Block. J. F. Srxoi'R.
22-tf.
lVliat Ilmonlco's is to New
York, or the " St. Nicholas is to Cincinnati,
so is the " Circle" to IndianaiK.lis. Nor is the
Circle far Ik hind either of them, In respect
to all that is jrood to eat or drink, or in rcsjioet
to its fine ami numerous apartments.
0 0
Tlass Ihinelng As-nslritiyr of Prof. B.
F. (Jrf.su, at I'nion Hall, opposite the Court
House, on Wahin;:ton street, opens this (Wed
neslay) evening, when and where he will W
happy to see all those who leire to learn the
Terpihorean Art. Hours for Classes of
Masters and Mi e, from 2 to 1 p. sr., Wednes
days and Saturdays. Hours for Classes of
Adults, from 7'i" to 1) r. M., same days. Terms
made known at the residence of the lrof ssor,
No. ) Kentucky Avenue, or, at the Academy.
m
The .Vw Cllyr lnpCnntlon.
We wish to caution all who desire a complete
Map of the City, to bo sure that Asher A:
Adams's name head the l'rospectu, as some
may fall into the error of ordering a map of
Marion County, under the impression that it is
the new City Map being published by us.
Our City Map will show streets, alleys, etc..
w ith shaic of lots, giving number and size of
ea. h In plain figures. This Map will be al)Ut
six f-et square, nearly twice the size of any
other of the eity ctcr made, and exclusively a
eity map. Ashku t Adams,
21-5 Publishers.
Mart inriülc V rnIlH have fitted up
most haiitlsomel) the rom formerly occupied
by the Tel jrraph Company, over the Bee Hive
Store, and nw o-ujy the same with the
I'nion Insurance Company as their Land and
Insuran e t mice. 21-H
?(M lo Ioan. A ro.Hnsiblo man de
sires a situation :is Bo k-ki-e r or Salesman.
Has :i knowledge f b jsines generally. Can
rive the best of eity references, ami w ill loan
his employer in ft. AMress I. o. Box o.V.,
or apply to .1 (rn IiLDKiixjK.
IJeal l'state A.cent, West Washington street.
2I-T
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InIi!onntI- l4(liler. Chicago
has its F.d ward F.lr, Cincinnati its Sprague &
Co., who maintain the lead in the manufacture
and sale of fashiuiiahl clothing. Indianapo
lis, with its flirty thousand souls and metro
politan style, lemamls the same facilities, and
our esteemed friends, Messrs. sholtz & Foltz,
have supplied the tlcsdratum in one f( the
most complete aiul liest appointed establish
ments in the State. Sec their advertised price
list in another column. Their stock is com
plete, from the plain but substantial American
cassimc res to th elegant ''Weise Treeot," of
French manufacture, and for which they have
the exclusive sale Lifojette Cvricr. 2'i-t
Families in the Aorlli ami llat
parts of the city are informed of five facts: 1.
The Capital Iru; Store, corner of Massachu
setts avenue and Vermont streets, is very near
you; 2. Mr. Woods, who keeps this house,
sells reliable goods at reasonable prices; 3. You
can have Pro-oriptioin prepared accurately at
all hours; 4. His goods are fresh, and seleeteI
with great care; 5. His sLu the "(Jolden Mor
tar," is plain to b- seen. nltf-Sin
l'or I lie 4'Iioi'rMt IrIIoarIe of the
season eall on Khotlius f f tlx Circle llestau
rant. Sliell (Kstcrs Fat ami I'liinip, s nel
ii all st Us. 13-1 m
m m
Oneof Uie tariillriarn from Hume,
Adams A ('..., with tho iur'h:ie of :i lnx.k,
r'' ivel a Silv r l':ist.r valuel at $1. Mrs.
Seott recti vetl : ilver lee I'itrher vahn-tl at
1., and scorees of (itlnrs are f.n e ret I with
Mich i'rizf, at th lls.k I'ublishtT-' rrenta-tit-n
I-it, M North Illinois street, (lo ami
se the ftre ami p t eatalo"ue and read the
explanation. Tlie sell l.oks at the lowest
rt tail iriccsanJ yivo a han lsoine . resent w ith
'in-! Ixx'k. Th-y havi Uasrd aiol fitted up
their heautiful Ston with tlio intention of
remain i iv.; h-r- U r j . ir- t j ei.me. All they
ak is a trial. "hUT
, -r "
'l'Iu lr'tiu:ion SnrprlM " is
tli.. tit!.. ..f .. I ,.;r..i . i ,
.... ..... i.. .i.iiiii.i iiiiiiif-i i i. i ;i 'n ( j
a t'i-nv uhirli xvitrretl up.m a e rt.iin a- ;
si. n in an I'lu'li'i I..L'.' m arly in. l;un lrcl j
vt-ar tio. '.
A full i'iiiral il'x-rjiti.in ;iY'iiinie the
I irture. Mailctt r'ic . r iit f .Vi cents t
lin k l lT. Iiiili:tii:i.li, In. I. novi-tf.
.ii. .t. xi. .'i. ."i. .ii. j
For Sale, t fny Adiiinces.- At the j
L;in (Mlice, X. ."1, South Illinois tmt, u:
l.iriro I. it cf New anil St-..inl-lian.l-,l Ifthin. i
uh as tine Ins t .at, twrf:it, runts
Yt. h:r.s ; aU . : liiw 1 t cf ilk lre-ss
f.r L:uli-s. Half -v ; al. I.u.Ii.-. W1J
Wati hes an. I t'h iins Kin., Tin, Pi.uiioin,
ati.l a vari. ty ( f urtl. f . i-ry il.-x riti.n.
AH sill Im- S4.1.1 to i.ty ji.H an.i. fall in ami
examine.
H. M. r.lsH,
N....M. on tl.- .-..rnrt f S.tith Illinois an.l
Marrl.tn! tnsts.
:l&t
-,., m'.m M- mm
.TIritllors l 4.n-rttl sm-IIK
m.Y, all mv M fri. n.is uvl tlv t'tll-lie in '. !i-
.r-.l ...r ...., .tl,. - , .... -. .C..IU.
f :r- r sm tfully
ini!.-.f t p itn iii.- tlv 11 t:Miliin. nt an. I 1
ntl!-kn"ti -1 ' iiit- .I Mits Iye.h 11 a:i.l
t 1. ailing Kt.i! liliu:-ut." No. - v.. nth rilii. i
tr t..t. j h II irri-.Tn jri t r. foat-.V. t.
.m.1 .'.nits tli'To ul.lv iliuii.. r- j.iinl an.!
m il.' to l.sik as -'"l a ii.'w.
"11 those new rn.oviie ssln v. r d.d U f..re.
Ab.1 tto-e who a'wy retf t.-.! :.i. renovate Ihe m re.'
Jvjuaro ile l i n r. rrr i!a' i liar-.-. an l roinj-t
attention to 1 r.in s tre 1 1 r I I fri. n-l Ilirri'
lll.'tt. 'S. 1'1-tf
PARTNERSHIP.
Notier of Copurlnorsliip.
'IHK ui.-'i t re I hate t!.i tiy f. r n-ed c tartt.ef.
I h p un let i! e nru f J;rn Kan t rar?
! t! bu.Liv. ufijaaaiinr. (.Si.aui) .ilt aU l'iai-t
taotie..
A!lori dure tyatwUlb t J't teel od4 dote at
ttelewe.1 rate
aak the pot 1 c ta W d a trial aod uliclt their
patroraf.
; c. vzyy.
JOlirt KAkMtT.
Iii .V la lit I. a.
and Mr.im TUtrrs .md riimihr r,
" ;! t' Ai Ht tfl y .IrrNHc.
VtX SOKTÜ OF rilTLkIS 0X BAND AT.ALL :
lisnes aid fdraUhvd at the lo.; rate.
wvl etr
BasawiHBssaBaBBasBvBawBa
WANTS.
A l.l.Vrs 4M I I), IN I H;T Ti vt 15
ib. Stale l. r Jul ;u, M.i.-i l.i-.i,-. War ASn.
! A KvA s4 tkt.li s Ii t.isi. a "Inn yf farts rs
Corded In aa history .f tj.r r, 1 i'r et prne licet t)
camp, on te tii. fril, Iii Ii. I. j.iial anlpruti.
Oirlavljiitf an a uiil ( itr ..Kii 's ur. at V i k
hurt m Li., running Ii. r!-l ts t-i,r,. ia In priw.
mmt et Ui!u, Jmt. k ti. Atlst.ia. I.tiiiuril i.J
SaU.t urt, 1. e 1 an 1 prrtivo J..! ..y if f.r l0.
ae.i uuirs 10 iL. 1 t.K'ii nur. .1 siivii:.i. io,a rtclu.
al!y by Agents. A 41'-.
tt. U CASK a. CO, I'ubUher.
ii Iat V?a.'.-;ttr. Street. bdlat.apvLs lud.
i:-uiaj
AMUSEMENTS.
Metropolitan Theater.
Corner of WaUn.jto and Ttnnnsef Strft.
.Manager
yir W II Hllejr. ,
CHA5GI0E TTXK:
Doors opt a at o'clock. O-ortaro bfn at to 8.
rfdnesdar trfnlnp Aoiembfr t2
Crcat snsatIon by
.Till. I. P. BAURETT, ,
-IX
R O S E D A L E ; i
RIFLE I3-A.X.I.,
J7'SaU ReserTt! tbr-o days la a J rate.
Paicaa or A-maio. Parqoatto asd all reaarred !
at. 73c. Drcaa Ctrelo fcOc; rnat Box, for six
pprsooa, tS 00; OrcbosUa sau, 75 ceoti; Gallery and '
Family Clrclo, 15 cat; Ca I Id r en In an&t, tlS. i
PAitTICUL-iB HUT1CK. Th. Hons Car. l.asa tbo i
Tbeator try otodIok at tbo cloeo of too performance.
Paoplo Urine at a d.aUDco caa rely oa this.
Wednesday Evening, Nov. 22,
Stood Night of tho Ingtremeat of Mr.
ROBERT HELLER,
Whoso remarkable succe.t in tbo firrt performance
caused eo great excitement a to Induce many persoce
to deairo a repetition of tbo waooera. Tbia. boaever,
by reason of his limited atay, la bnposiJWe, icept in a
few loatinces. This sreniog the
Great Conjurer .anil Pianist
Willproeent ao t.rruuu.v xiw Paor.aiaac of S'artlinj
Wonder and Seo-atloBS, iocladiog tho groat
SECOND SIGHT MYSTERY,
The laaghabl
WOOD MINSTRELS,
An4 the
Phantom Cabinet,
Or the celebrated Cloaat of Spirit of tbo Darenport
Brother.
Also, a change of Music, IncluJiog the celebrated Fan
tasia of Prodeot on Aira from "l.ncia," and "Home,
fcweet Home" Thalberg.
The Grand riino Forte, rained at 11,500, from tbe
celebrated manafactory of Stelnway V 8ont, of New
Tora., la farninhed by Üeura. Beobam V Co., for Mr.
UelWe oko at thete entertaliimeats.
Admission 50 C ents.
secured seat a 73 Onto.
The aale of referred seata will coramenco a. A. M. !
Enham A Co.'s Maic Store, on Moodiy, Norember 20. !
K. B. An entire change of Frogramme will bogven I
everyeeenlnz. bot., d It I
Ivcusn, Tropriotor.
Tkost, Manager.
Indiana State Museum,
IIIA.VllOI.IS, I-M.
Three Albino Children!
ACHALLXXai OF TITZ THOUSAND DOLLARS
that the Alb'no (American) Children are the great
est Urlng Cnrtoaities now en exhibition
In tlicl'nlfcd Stairs.
The Mareum has been refitted and l0OOO new
Wonders aided.
ADMISSION so Cent.
novis dla
rutsr ;ir vi
BENEFIT BALL,
Given by the friends of the Steaaer
"GOVERNOR MORTON"
XT
MASOMC HALL,
.llondny i:vonIn, ?ior. 27, la5.
Muse by Prot, E. Atuiicr Ssirra'a Quidri I Band.
Ticket, (Admltllng one Gentleman anl
'j'') 3.00
DOT23 dt
DRUCS.
C I. RIGGS,
OCALEBU
IH.KJS AM) 3IEDICLES,
CHEMICALS. OILS, TAINTS, BECSIIES,
I'ERKCilKKY, Ac,
X. .'2, corner IJlinnig and Market Stnets,
Miller's Aeie Block,
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA.
Frefcriptions carefully compounded at all hour day
or night. nov3-dtf
REAL ESTATE.
a. x. (iou.
h. c. Horatss.
CiiOLD HOPKINS,
Real Estate Agents,
Have constantly on hand, for sale, all kind of
CITY PROPERTY
CONSISTING of Ilouse and Lot. Vacant Lota and
O.it-Lou. Cheap Home can alwaya be secured
by the payment of small cm,
CifUüi tinni and faVAr.KI. tlm, .aj.ii A I .if t.t..
j Property. Farm Ltnd and Villi property. Wiacon.in,
i Mi"neot, Iw and JIi.ouri Land for a'e low. '
I tlJice, No. 7 Temperance Hill, Indianapolis, Ind.
I novIJd.'m
i Jon.
rasscia nrn.
SIA aV S.TIITII,
Real Estate Brokers,
A"rfi-ercor. Washington ami Penn. Sta
lII AA1M)IJS, IM),
F OR S A I. K .
VTOVV. STORT BRTCK BrSI!tE3S IIOCSK OS
Wsinion street, betoeea l'ecDsf ivtnla sdJ iie
ri.lian treets.
Iusior I xjt oo Delaware street. opposite A. Wallace'
mammoth wboleeale grocery boose 110 per foot
An el'cant Hntfence on 'ortl li.ln. ls street; full
lot; IT.0. 0.
A ihr-e Jtorr It'Jaineu Block on S.intk atrawt: ront.
for 1 .(! per annum; Iii eil for 7.5oo.
! AtwoMJ Dsellkiir.Eeirnsgo.xl 4 Srallb's re;snJ
. W''?.'- .'nJ'r'u M" ' ?.r.',n'l'.,.0r r1-
j ween M ch'ffan and Ielwre tree'. at Irs than tlOO
t -' ui.Mwr-i 4 u ai ir i vi (.uey 1 1 1
Hollid.T Hlork. hr.
. per f.sot, in zet to suit.
I ecaui Lot In ell porta of the eity.
Seer.l iro ,d f arm at low nure., lo Marion and ad-
J-fning counties.
' .... ra.V MIHI,
, tvoeindlw
Ral Ktta'e Auects.
MILLINERY.
CITY M1I.1IM.HY
A5D
LUIIKS' n RMSIII(. STORE,
12 Ai.f Wtifhinjton trttt. X. K. er.rnr ff
THE ItKJT I't.ACE TO BIT TICK
no.Mri'sii.
II i i s,
i i ii ii
lltltMIIX.S nnil
I I ltls l.4Ml
"iiit up" in tbe l et ryle anl rery cheap.
Ourrtiy ai.d country frirn.la will find our aartm.tit
Ih. Wt an.l difipnt tn ta e!ty.
We C 'M.aae to Ucb, 'rea, C !or and d. op old
w.-rk. kilif. W. 9IKACY,
bo-lC-dltn
EXPRESS COMPANIES.
,;
American Express Company,
raa
i m i ud stti:si:xpri:ss comp'v.
i t1Ct 0 3 I1ST WAIItlSfllo STEHT,
" lodlaaapoll..
Tbr daily aiprs 1 w.w Tora,
Twodalylipr
to Ct ud na at L and i
Toeda.lt KipreeteChlcac9a.dSt.Lel. I
TS al- Cuaspaaa ae tha aly prrvtlaf ad Isar... 1
n lb. f ll-rinf fmAm. via I
i.nuiAMA cirriAU j
LAPATKTTK A CIIICAiiO. !
l5TslA5AIOUa A PlkC.
TIES. HAITKA a:CHM05I).
BH.I.IF0rTAI5I A 15DIA! Afül.if . j
M joey. packa-, ea!satbe aad fte'.ht carrt.d win
.f.iy aad tispatsvh, aod la chart f eperlolaad eSCM
S .tea, KUs sad Drafts will V prosaptly r.llorted aa
t -eJ. 'Mira ssede
i. BLTTIkf 1KLD. Af.at.
.öl dir
B A MCI RS wlU d S).U t. issalno lUar.h UmLi
aaadoatUo HKAAXD t-MIÜI.
DRY GOODS.
THE
HEADQUARTERS
IsT I IV ID I tV V
FOB
FANCY AND STAPLE
DRY GOODS
IS TUB
NEW YORK STORE,
AT.aScIX.
1 i 0 priol on
GLENN'S BLOCK,
I . DIA X P O Litt, IM),
BOtll las
DOARDINC.
FIRST CLASS BOARDING.
V' GKNTLFM-S AD Wirg. OR TWO L1PIR9.
raa hr of -el-atl boar- rg by a44re!m H. H.
i Boa 114, ptIin,'o'U. r.osSO dlv
BAKERY.
REDUCED PRICES
ATTHi
Union Steam Bakery.
I "utter Crackero, per bbl. g i.2r per lb
Pic Mr Cracker, per bbl.,9cper lb.
XrCKCM 6c PAF.R01T,
tKVrO clw y0. - 5ort rvnny;-cu rret.
RAILROADS.
InsltaiiapoIUnnd Cincinnati Itall
road. Thr-o raertrer Train leave Indiana', d.ilr.
. C L-rl-rreel5.Bt and Sup-rtiitew!ert;
J. F. R;cbrJoa, Assinant Scprlntendecu p. B Lord
(General Ticket rent: Thoaij C.
; Freiaht Aaent, Co-meat:; W. II. U Xotlel General
j A (r flit. Indisnapotia.
Colurabiis mitl IndlnnopolLs On
Iral Kallroasl.
Three Passecger Train leave Indianapolis daCy.
OFnceaa-R. E. Smith, PrMideat. Cclnmboj, O ; J.
M. bunt, aprlBUrdent; C. A. Smith, General Freight
Agent; J. W. Sklles, General Ticket Agent, Indianapolis.
I
Terra Haute and IndlnnnpoII
ICallroad.
Four Passenger Trains leire Indianapolis daily.
Of ticaas . J. Petk, rreJent; R. E. Ricker, Soper
I iotecdent; 8. T. cott. General Agent, lodianapolia.
-leflVrssonvIIIc Railroad.
Three Fassenger Trains leave Icdianapolla daily,
! umnas-u
i perititeu
Tbom
Thom
Iafisyettc and Indlanaitoli ICall
road. Three TassengerTraina leaxo ndianapoli dally.
Omctaa William F. Reynold. FreaMent and Super
lniendent. Lifajctte; Ilenry rann'ee. General AseLt,
Indianapolis.
Ilollerontatno ICallroad.
Three Tassenger Train leave Indiinapli daily,
OmcBKS SUllman Witt, President, Cleveland 0.; R '
N. Brown, General Saperit.tendent; Lnciea Hiils.Generai
Freight Airfrif, T. I). Hrloa, tieneral I'as-nger Airent. !
Indianapolis. ;
Indlaiia.xdl. IVru nnd t'lilcao
Kail road.
Three Paeogcr Trains leave Indianapolia dally.
Orrnw-. David Macy, Treaident and Saperlatendent;
D. C. Thompson, AsvMant SnperinteDdent; V.T.Mallott
General T ckrt Aent; L. N. Andrews, General Freight
agent, lLilisiisp i.s.
I'OuIosIllo, Acw Albany and s!'hl
eS Kail road.
D!rectBoute from LouUville to Chicago.
Orri ms ß. F. Mauten, General Superintendent. New
Albany, lud.
EXPRESS COMPANIES.
Adams. Kiprcft Company.
Indianapolia Office No. 12 East Washington atreet.
Alfred C.alther. Superintendent, Cincinnati: John H.
Ohr, Ageot, Indianapolis.
American IhprrsM Coiupanj.
Indianapolis Office No. 34 East Wasb.lr.gton street.
E. W.Sloan, Superintendent, Indianapoll: J. Batter,
field. Agent, Indianapolis.
In I tod Slntcsi Kipre, Companj.
Indianapolis Officc-No. 31 East Wastington street.
J BatterfleU. Agent. Indianapoll.
TELEGRAPH COMPANIES.
leesiicrn I'nion Telegraph Com.
puny.
Office In Blackford's Block, corner Meridian and
Wa-fcigton etrect;entranco on Sleridian atreet.
John F. Wallack, I:-Won SuperiDteadenl; Charlea C.
W hitocy, Manager; It.C. Duncan, Chief Operator.
I'nltotl States Tolegrraph Company
No. 14 Korth Pennsylrania street.
J C. Wilson, D;vUioa SaperinUndent of Indiana; 8.
MeComb, Manager
FOR THE HOLIDAYS.
HOLIDAY
THE nnlersigned bu Just opensl an entire net
steck of
; Toys, Fancy Goods and Notions.
t
j Am on i? the nearly endless varinty of goad will bo
found French China VASES, Ccffees, Mug, TOT TEA
i OVTS Cnv.r Dl.ri.1a Amnion- fil U.l
Water Founts, Mfrht Lamps, Match Taper, TARIAN
TASKS, Temperance Tumolers AIJIL'M.S, KTKRKU
SCjPKS, Stereoacep c Pictures, Marie Lantern, Ladies'
and Gents' DKESSlXU CASKS, SKCltSSAhlKS, Work
Boxe, AVritire; Desk , POUT MUSAIES, Pocket Books,
Wall-tü, PJKr FOLIOS. School Bars, MatcheU, MO
ROCCO TRAVELING BAds Mechauxal Toy. Uancio c
Wefrroes, MASKS of every description, LEATHEK
HOKSKS.Ki.lUr Toys, Loll. Doll Beads, Loll Bodies,
CKY1XU BABIKS, Draped Itolls, Embrutderiaa; Trans
prreot Slates, IJLL CKAlLKa, CookiiiR Stove, Ha-
reans 'Spool Stands, Psint Boxes, Cros Low, Baildinf
lUorka, brums, tiun. Tool Chests, Fifteen Hundred Pair
ofSK ATES for Udxi and U.nui. afiM. aod ttoya La
diea'TKATRLlMi BSSKtlS, Uten atyle; CHILD'S
CHAI1W, Kn:(e and fork; 11 Snrsiiig Wotk; Card,
Office, Ticket and Market B4SKITS; Table Matt,
OKK blANW, CHIUD-8 CABS. O.tra, T-y Carts,
IIOHJiY IIUKSK.S, Dull Cab, SLtUiUS, Vclorlpear,
Si'KLNO lJORSKN, LIKD CAüKS, U.üf.iig rLUWEtt
BAHKET: Memhanm. Rubber, Crier, Patent Tobe,
Cbma aod Turkish 8MOKK TIPF": Ciear Holder, CI
GAR CASKS, c ii a ff Kaxea, I'tiKrCMIiKY, I'OCKKT
CITLEKT. 5;sorsf K:or.,, CAKTSIIXJE HMUI.S,
I Game Kes fowler Uj-k, Shot Pouche, Pocket
. Kicketts. President: tar--. c.i . ' " "".r-y r N( II I l.Mf l 11 II I w I. v
dent; J.mea Ferrfer. General ifckVt a..n.- ! P"d Der : ' l rpt ".' XiV. L 1 1 1 V7X JllOIVl
aa Carte General Frelxht Arent J ff II iraivatiiooe, pijioa n . a. coeeriuuy n
aa CaraeGcneral Agent! indianapo'uaV TOVl"e: j premium, on it. rol.e. depmirg in tjo i A pplr. IVnrli nnd Commie llran-
s iauapoua. respect fton the general principles upon hich aU the . dir, ät Ine. fIn and af
! great Mutual Ufe lo-urance of America have bo-cd . " V,1": !! ,
i ibelr ueoec. It claim tbe adeaotaae of IncreaMsl ' 1 rols. 1CIIIM.
t 9 i rl, Otrreow.pir TunWfn, VIOUNA. btnsu ud
; FroLch ACCJeDtOSS, Meludeons, MUSIC BOXi:S,
. Htjn life, Violin sr.d Gnitar Strings, Violin Bows,
I WaLKISG CANKü with Kolid and Hatd (.old and
t SiUer Head, Loaded; Sword and Oua Can., Malacca,
j whalebone, I tony, Robber, liamboo, lxrsood and
H.ckory CASES; FIhKARVS, TQIU'EDO KS, FIRE
i WUKKai of every deMTi.tico, and t fa our aod f other
' artKle too numerou to tueoiloe.
The patronage of the public Is reipoctfully solicited.
TU AICI.11S .llAVEIL
Xo West Washington Street,
ootI?-!Gw
HARDWARE.
1
tVILSiO.V A; OltftASj,
(Successors to J B. Wilaon,)
wifvLtaaiA aan asTau. uiuu r,
HARDWARE, CUTLERY,
XIlIllOIIlH9
Plated and Britannia Ware,
HÜLSE nii.USIIIXG GOODS,
AC, C, Cf
&9 "Vrt AVnslalnftn Sstre!,
INDIANAPOLIS. INDIANA.
D.s 11 (Uaa
WANTS.
WATTID-lO.fXSl ou Wine Pottle, at our Store,
!e. 3? Weal Pearl .lreet, fr wbtrh the hl heM
' M.rSet ptir will bo paid. 111 aoavl evr Uaa for Ivta
j ef 50 mat, oa being iioiined.
i tofU-dly MTIUs, JAKKS A PIAE0DT.
FOR RENT.
Liii't? iwi'iiiiiur
flni Boe Family sWiH.oc. e. 313 5orth Penneyl
J vaola atreet, c"ntaiLicj twelve rvotna, U foe roat
Uumediau:y, and asoat of the furniture, hkh Is c4
aad oaarly st foe aale with the Uaa.
Tat ho U w.ll arrncd aod r.parly Itaated for
keeping a BataVer of Srsl claaa boardara. Apply at
to
INSURANCE.
Indianapolis Insurance To.,
Chnrterctl, li:iJ.
!MII1'AI. .... fWMMMM).
Oicc, jhl PtllowM" HilU Xorth rrn. 7,
lud In tan pol Lav, lasdlsasan.
DI&ECTOKS.
. A. FX-TCHER, it
A. I. ROt-CHIt
W.H.TLBüTT,
E J. FECK.
A. K. VI5TCX,
I. A. M'Jiihl .
OUTER I USfT,
AQHIJ.A JONES. Sea.,
WM.Ht5DlJ.SO-.
XIj"lnure all kind of rroporty agaiaat I y Fire.
WLHKXDKIiSOX, Fronden.
ALIX. C. JAMfSOX. Secretary.
C A. Law-roa, Ocooial At.
noT66S-dly
IV O ! -L ll W K t O 1 11
MUTUAL LIFE
Insurance Company.
ASSETS OVER $S0O,00O.
a KxrEsrRisiNa coiirAsr. ix a litti.f.
i ioeir aaeceoa. it claims toe au-aotafe
raie ot loteref t on ita InTeatmenu, over Kantern ( mi
panics; and, also, a lesa rate of mortality than i eipe
rlerjced in t he Et tw o ve ry important item to on-
ider In tbe nelmtion of a Ute In'aranr Ctrmpanr.
Orer two handred o! tbe Kor:bw.teni I'uljcie. ar- now
held In Ind aoapoiia.
S. S. PAGliKT, Pre.'L
A. W. KrixofKi, Secretary.
Principal Office. 416 Vain street, Mllwaukre.
Chicago office. WJ Dearborn street.
Cincinnati Office, HJ Wet Third atreet.
MARTIN 8c HOPKINS,
State Agent, for Indiana.
Oflltro. -o. 7 Trmpernnrt Hall.
IMIAA1MI.1S.
nov!3 dtf
nsrui: avitii the
Old Kellas
E3 17 TVJ . ,
Oniarti'ortl, Conn.
Cash Assets, - 84,000,000.
Omce-KtnaI3uildiiir.
noTlS d3m A. A BROM ET, Afnt.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
CITYSHOE STORE
Ao. 5 .l est Washington street.
Keeps on band the most
Choice Selection of Goods
IX Tin: CITT,
VT PRICES thct can not fail to secare the patron are
cf all good jndfea. Cell aod eiamine cor Heck
and prices, and satisfy yotirseleet that what wo say ia
correct, THOMAS HUSTE K CO.
novJ3 dim
PHOTOGRAPH STOCK.
J. J. ?IERRITT,
PKALBB IX
Photograph and Amhrotypc
STOCK,
A"D KTERT THIITO nx-eary to the art. Alao,
Photoaraph Albnms of every variety. K special
attenticn irtreu to Frsninf Picture to crder in jcnalne
Gold Frame Gilt aad Eoseweod Monldingt wholesale
and retail. Photoxraphs, KDS.rar1nis, Stereoscopic Pie
tare and Stereoscope, to every variety, at wholesale
and reUil, No. 62 North Illinois street, Indianapolis,
Indiana. aevI3dlta
GROCERIES.
J. A. CaOOSLASD.
a. c.
lOf ousts MAKiaa.
. . CiLasiu.
w. j. axa-riB.
Crosslwd, Magiire k Co.,
sViioi.ixai.i:
GROCERS,
Cor. meridian and Maryland Mtt,
norl3 dtf lXDIATCAPOU, 1XD.
TODACCO.
D.K. mm,) lodtaaapolU.
I.DIAAP0LIS TOBACCO WORKS.
P. M. MAY & CO.,
Xaatifactartrs ef ail trades of
Chewing Tobacco.
CFFICB TO. S3 ZAST SOCTTI STUIIT,
Indianapolia, Lndlann.
BovlSdlra
RENOVATORS.
Cleaning ant Djeio? Establlvhnfnt.
TBI Ü5TTXD ITATII DTI-H0ÜI1. 50.11 10CT1
lUlnou street, Indianapolia, Indiana,
Attala oll aad wall -known eetablUhsaeat. tha ladle
bav atlka axS wwelaa ooda 4f4 I parnunl aasl
boaoufnkcolore; aad genta garment, theresjgkly renova
ted aod repaired.
Hew and eoeoad-kand clothing bht aad soM; als.
patic lar braack I a tb boataM. 4.atto Im 0rw
Ing btllla dtabl cloth, or tear ta any garaseat caa be
wroogbtlLSt It eaa sot b tiifbla to tho sal 4 tys.
sUssewthortho plaoo, He. SS Sotth llllHetrl
aovidtf iOSlPB aaBia.Prrise.
ASTROLOGICAL.
u. H T It OL O a Y .
Look Out! Good ISvw s for All!
939. Tr.Cii I.i;.II.tM, 93.
GREAT AM) KCAL ASTR0L0CIST.
Iii, kill by Iheoaaiid hai been triad.
Tee, thueaeod more be'Q at eel;
Fee In Aarol y all Boris '.a raw confide,
W:tk Vrt i-MdSSaa. Via Srrb 1.1 lasts ftr-C
HI TILLS T0L' Till ITIITa OF UPI, A5D
can never to surpassed ty any la 111, nyttkal
ecimc ofibeatara. Its U tk. asveoik a- ut ike savvata
eo Sor ittwrtiisnt, a4 b.ra wiub a vU f likt
lie has bea viaited by tbe Bioal otalaeat Ken rxjctues,
Lawyere, atielatera, I'rlbe'pala of the bS ThesdogWaJ
aad Pablst B-lart, Ctell, Ar4tala4 ckoul.
II h.. ywa tb l.kMe ( y.ur ffar. vt if. and It,
band, aod aodaretaad. tk. ioce of AMrotogyaa the
Irrt'ona. foratanj and Arahian. frata Uk. aa! at.
el-, co-taoUy relied by tb Kpre Napoüe,
. Sltaabsnh aad I. t, and aa-Mr. otbara.
UtMraSorUIiUaoUmes. Aslroleglreleonealta
uooi-Mvaa, on, iuar, uenueaiaa, tvesVaUan.
1 TTU1
RAILROADS.
nrllrfoiitniiic Kailiv.ij.
ii i.Xai: or nir
Ol A5D AfTTl atOXDAT, XOTrWFr. 8Mh,
traxa will lar Vaina Ixto aa follow-
4 00 1. V, Iiprras Va.'I.
4M T. M , Aeco-amodalio, to Catoo oely.)
I 4i P. M . 9iatKiprea.
fsaras aaajta r-ai rot tatr.
10 (S A. M . Xlaht Kirreaa.
IIIS A. A crom mod all, a.
ft U P. Va l.
b. k. rnowjt.
vldtaa General o--4r4at.
LIQUORS.
avim: house.
LOUIS LANG,
-o. Heaastk Merldlnis Sli-eet.
(SENTINEL BCILDINO.)
IHP0ETIR OF RflI51 AXDCnAVrA05K.WIFI;
Otard and Coca' ae Ilrandie; Iloliar4 Jataawo
kaaa east Cordial. Abe dealer la Catawt-a WitM.aull
aod park line, of the bck approrod trarda; Boarooa
WhUky; Feoch Fraody, Caab Bran.ly; flock lie;
Porter and kWr, aid Bittere of varioa almia. Tara ar
Udeo are all ottered fur aal by tho bottle or larger
qoeot!ue.
lMrOCTXD aOAHS anJ TOBACCO, of the cholcoat
fcrand. will be kept oonetaatly n band.
ir"""H.1c fltM op a cat t.b;'...tua'. mtti Per.
log for aale only pnro artlclea and of tbe tet quality,
tbe nhocrlber feopoe to rocelte, a ho ooliclta, a liberal
ab are ef tbe patronage ft the psbik
owrltf tXICltLAXG.
jaeoe rrri. otaixaraa.
ebawhaa. Barb eooaty, Kj:
J. Sc D. DUNCAN.
Wholesal fvaler In
No. South .llrridian Street,
t"!3dtf llIA..IkOI.Ii. IM.
us joh sn'i:i;fsi:iTai 'rö..ijs
Wbleaale feaWe la
Brandies, Ruin,
Gins,
WHISKIES.
IMPORTED CHAMPAGNES,
Native CaUwbe, and ther Wine.-,
.. I4 '! 1 njlit si at on Sfrrrf.
fotir lorN -ss( oTSlnlc Iloiir. '
Indianapolis, Ind.
U f'Agenta tot the bent brand, of KiLturky T. arba
Whi.'kl . iiol3d3ai
THO.TI AS Ki:i.lIoS I,
aVIiolcstalc nnil ICrfall
Liquor Dealer,
And Importer of
IRISH AA'I IISIC.
50. U) SOUTH ILLINOIS STKKET.
1LJ"A11 Liqaor warranted a, represented. 1 13 dtf
(Late Rdmod It KcXaaaaa,)
RKCTinCS A5D WHOLESALE DEALER 19
Foreign & Dornest ic Liquors.
.Mononihrla. Ilje antl
BOURBON WHISKIES
Portf V(fir7, 3ccf, Malaga Win-,
A.AI 4 H.'AItH.
52 S. Illinois St., Indianapolis, Ind.
o-l dtf 3. J. niU Aren!.
LIVERY STABLE.
Liverj and IJoardinprStahle.
CUTIZISS' UVfUT AKD BOARDING STkVLV,
1 Ho. 10 Iat reaM lreet, in rear of Barr jon'a
back, between lleridiaa and renasyleania atre.u.
Cairlaeea and P.ugclee for hire oa reasonable lenca.
Peraooa wUhtna; to b. conveyed to tho aJoiolr tuwoa
csa be accommodated at this table.
novl dtf BXLLIVAJf A DREW, Proprietor a.
N e av L i v ? 1 y
aim
SALE STABLES.
sr. 1. wooo. s. s. rrsaaiTT
1VCKI A. NTIIIKICirir,
Coart Street, in Rear of Post Office,
UATK JUST COMPLKTTD A LAKOK A5D WFLX,
arranged Livery and Sale Stalle, and fartl Led
It with the very best of.stock. They are also prepared lo
HOARD Hons ES,
Arid bavin; experienced Hostler will Insure the best of
attentioa. The patronage of the pel. lie ta solicited. Tho
takl I centrally axid eoovenleDt ly located In tbo Ke.r
of Talbott and Sew' Elork and tbe Poet OS-re.
Ismaesroua, Aagnt 81, li'i. novl dtf
Livery, Sale and Feed Stable.
a. i. iivul:,
KIIPo C05FTA5TLT on ti.d Hires nl Fan if s
for H.re, cn reasonable terms, aod keep a Urce
ana comfort. 1. 1 ht.ll. for boarülna vr lr.n4.t Hro..
0. TZ3 Rast Wahln(toD atroet, L-Ule's Botel biota.
AOS 13 63D.
. HOTELS.
StoM'iirt; Iloust.
(Formerly Bontln Doe,)
ti:rici: iiaiti', i"ik.
Ff STSFaTT. two door aoa'h cf Ohle etrssl.
X Cola. Jaaaes ar1 hob Stewart. pTcpr. fr Ho a
to and from tbe Bouse at all bears o tb day and tilr-l
novl3dlj
sDmTJTAL HOTEL,
ILmoi.H STBXKT,
Ose Snare S onh of the I'n'oa Iepot,
IndlnniiMlU. IntliaMH.
MvUdlsa U0LLA5DA KlltVf , Prop'a.
SHERMAN HOUSE,
Opposslies I'nion I-fMf.
JXJUAXM'OLIS. JXJ,.
X-oltf Uarge,, A 1,, I'rwprleiasr.
bcrl-dJa
2vl -A- C ri OTJSE.
(X-rnrr UUrvtit ami Market Arref.
lailüiiinpoll. Indiana.
! T. FALK I R, I. nyTICOST, . nopiet.re.
STstKKT CASJI ra to and frea tba darof kw
-Macy" to the I'ldew lpyt and oil pen. of tb
eite
r. a. rroea tbo Sad or Oct, l. tbo pr
ly iVMvrd wulboriocil 7 tee W-r tr a,
et 1-431
DENTISTS.
1MMI.I.V A. HVAI.Iä,
DE1TTISTS,
OJts-?. X$. T and S Men's Katt
Market Street, near I'vtt Oflce,
lnsHanapoUst Insl
TIIT3 tITtACTTD wtthoat patn. AU op-rat;)-ar-priaxa!iig
t lb profoaato FTfrwe4 la the
Bael ocisatiSa asaaaor.
wtlafasiUwa gaaraateod to all saaea. ovlA4Sai

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