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DAILY HERALD.
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44TH INDIANA LEGISLATURE.
Kl e m r
tau a.e.l et A- B
. Mipiaa 1
Omission and cvrtaihntntM these -frf
f"r imX r pac in th't: lumns, yrill
IS SK.VATK.
TL'EjruV, iHCfTfkl'T 5, 10.
Tbe Pi:fIIr.NTT' f.ral!l the S-Tiate
t J ' Vi' TU ' (Al'X'k A. M.
Mr. Ilihmon!, .Mtn sn-1 riiUm vre
15- Ii.:-J IL Joint c'liuuiittea ou linrcll-il
BiM-s part 4 tJw .
.Mr. KLW'iAN r-ni,i i-titi'n prarlriir
f r th r.-! f-f t!ie nx-all-! llrk lawa.whlcb.
w. r f rre.J to the Comrnitt'-e on Ki.'dt an-I
ktpokth rao ooMMirrr.-.
3Ir. I'FEKlN, ff'tn tTi Oirniraitt Ajrrl
cu'.tarr, riturrifl Mr. Dunning Lül S Nu.
2;i. r '.in all jK.tfl.wa an! r!lin tli
Im t,f ,-;"; rtvmrn-nIiri that it Ii uu lUm
W!
on m'.thn by Mr. MOOKH tho r. i.rt anl
bül wt- nt'-TTfi to h !-1 4.'rn!iiitt? f flvj;
erli. ri th lKIIl'f'N'T prt . ni;.k U.
comi-t rf M-vir. M vof, Oh!, H.rJ, Wrijrlu
an-I Ii.' "n.
Vhn tun rTKrt v-a. rl Mr. r.'OHIt ro-
!!t"J it rfoniin.nIitiTi in rimirki;
an 1 aft r th" rn ti n to nf r u ;n rnviV. Ii' In-
it-i "n the r f' rice. l'ti th appointment
ftii'"- I' t il.mitt" Ii' :i-W-J t h y holiM
hu 1 f a!' na' tu ei n il-r th' on-1
m V' an imm!! it n pr.rt th'r-ni. II !'
ire.1 that ?U lup"rter -houM tiW not- .f
ti ist.T-'t in Ihi' Mil. l.nuzhtf r.j
Tu.; I'K'MOKVT pro fi. Th" ltp-rtr
will Iii'" rrurw of th .-.-nat. ir frtn law-
r-r Mr. !!' :in-l aIl at th ottum tint 1
L truly M,ii-ur fn Iii a ti'.n. u It l a lill In
w !)!?! I ar:i 1' 5 !- iiitfnt. .. IVticwol ra- r-riru-ut.i
Mr. ÜANNA, fr mtlio Committe e n t'or
poration. rcturii-.l Mr. lirnwn of U11' town-
-'Vi.r No. '2f; r. -ouiuK-n-ün it-i ; -
Tö: Iii!! U 3 p iMtV. to thf thin! rc uJin.'.
Mr. IIOIM. frirn th W mitte mit Im Juüt-
i.ir.ri t irnr.l hiilimltfrd prtiiT!iif IH!! N.
Ii.': r . i.'iiiiiii' nilini' it n-fiT'-n? t th? litn-tiiitt-i;
111 t'"rji"r.ti't).
'Iii1 rf''rt n rin.'urrr'l in.
yir. S, fri.m th .luiüriirv 4 'nuiiit-
t--, r t:irin 'l Mr. Iyk'.' tt!l . No. iiuml-
lr. - i ti -;i 1- tht'Vi 1 l uv T pviii-
Tti l-ill wm rvi-l th iMTfvn'l tin.
.Mr. M") IIK ih')cI t .trik. out " .' ntr
uil tiiTt i"
Mr. AKI-tU.V hopi'il t!if l:'ri'tiii t lvj
tit r-r t!ii arrviutit would til In tikt-n
a'iV ty from t p pl ; and irau' r' -i itM.
Mr. UK.S'N l'.'l T xi l.iln. d tint tili-, wan not
Ji-yiii ! t it liy u. Imt lc.in it ! tin- m
l'l" lnt-rt-d t ' t:iy wh th r th' V shall l y R
tat n .t txt'i-i- !in iiflv it-nti f. r tli r'iair or
tiiiil'iiu: of . Ii M)l Iki'i- .
Mr. .J yS thought Ihn liill -.''xmI nar;
m l opp.i.. ,; th am ndüK-nt. Iii would l
v Iiiin.-' t t fr .1 hihi-r mihi in tlii vw.
Mr. M';i:i! withdraw Iii- ano-n lio.nt. and
in'vr I t 1 hy th liill 0:1 the t iM. Il iindT
t'. d it w a f r tin ln-iu lit of t'iwni n d ini'or-
Ii,r4ti. at tit xM,n of tU- t.i nlii
K"r f
tu it r 'on h - o;i I t.
I ii1.' fn ti hi WH r.'ji-t U d l.y yra .", n i Hl.
Thi liill Mi thi-n paI t' th (und r: I-In.-.
Mr. COp.il, from tht JwYu iary Conunitt-',
leVjrri'il Mr. 'aiii'H Voluntary-:!"'" i:tioti-aiii"o-J
ni'-jii t ili, .. 'o. 2J1, ri-'ouinj'niHiif t4
i;l- U'-.
'Un; till m i'iti l to th tliinl rcadin.'.
Mr. N I l.t!, frmn t .?uli-i:irv f oiiitnitta-t
rf unid Mr. t y-r Mil, . '.' 'Jin, to inv-t
in tüH in uit Court i-xrliMvi ori.'in.il juri-tdic.
tion in ihvi.ri 'a-. with anivii ltnnt; ri''oni-
tui'O Jiu it JiiMi:izt'.
Thv miTiiinifnti wrT' tonirri'd in. !'jr ron.
"nt, fl:ii tin hill wat p.'ii d t tin- third' n-ad
Mr. DnWNIiY, from tin lu Ii- i iry r nit.
tfMvturni'd tlifl.ill. II. II. i:.. t lun-iii.' tli
law in r frreii t th :f iri-i uji-nt of im hnn
it'B In Ii- o a to auth'Tii: t tu- jIc of jrojw rly
withJut valiuti.Hi; rt-oin:in-ndiin it p.is-
l'hc t ill w:i f 1 to tin tliird nvidiar.
Mr. tilA'NK'l'l', from tin Ju liriiry t'oin
inittfi, n turm d tlo lull, II. II. Ill, t nin d.
ffcti? acknowli'.lfiiifiit in 1'' .U in rrt.ihi
an -; ivi'onmi -udiu ' it p i-- i-'i.
TU-' hill w p:ikiil ta Um tliird n i'linrf.
.Mr. IIOIM. from th- Judi'-i irv Couiinitto. j
rtt.irnr.l hi l.ill. N'o. '2l'. proiIin? f ir t ikinx
dt';ioitiou in i il tiuii of purlir in tin ir
own hthilf, with atufiiJini-nt-, rH!omini,ndiii
it p:l:t'.
On iiijti ou l.y Mr. DOWXCY, tb Lül w j.t
farther nnun l.'d o 11s ti lunkt- Jioitioui
ftlfijy taken an I on tile rnmprtfnt cvidcni.
Thjl itl w.n a. d tn th third rulin.'.
Mr. t'AiV, from th .f iido-Hry 'nimitt
rrturn-J Li lull. No. 'Ml.iu nl.-ttion t wit
iif. ti-tif lux In th'ir in 1h h ilf - i n itinT
partii' in uiM a.iint Ii iri -hall tcitil'y - n--i-oiinw
tiding lt pn?is.
The hill w.h pji to tin.' third road in.'.
Mr. Ri;FON.froTn theConumtt-ou Airri til
tur?, .Ttui nd Mr. !- lurir Idl4. . So.
rclicvi.iiT rounty ollli-fri from th d laf
pctultk'-i f..r tlu rtar 1m; ro.im'nou.hn in
pa ic?.
The b.ll vra pa-icd the third rradin?.
rlSTY WTMUNiiS.
Mr. I0äVX"EY. I otT. r th- Wlow in' r In.
tion; acd I wih to say, f.r the purpose of cal
ling the attention of the Ominitte to w hieb I
have reference in the resolution, that I iuI r-
atand from coiin :y officer in one of th coun
ties I repiTM-nt that thero I at present no
pcrin wir.. duty it is t i have elur.'? of tlio
public bu. iliiur cf th" county. 1 think we
ne had a law which r'nuircl the hriIto
perform that duty, Uif , a I understand frotii
n- tf the member of the l.rd of County
CVru'i.UijnT of v.ne of the eoiu;tie I re pre
nt. there i tonv 11. law m that subject. He
1 a can ful jroe'd'tnan, and ha called my at
tention tail lr'juently, an 1 I then fore intro
duce thi resolutions ral!iii the attention f
the Committee on County and l't;wnhip lusi
ues ta that su! j- t.
J, Tsa is Comm tU oa Co. mlf tnl Tin.
VpB wn. tf I Turt-4 IT) tnij itr h further I-k-''
t "l. f aar, d( arr with ruferenc tothe (-
k't I 6 of ti j.ul. I ; hu IJjir of roiii'lo. and fc jxr.
or aam r.i luim (hi. duty ia r.UlrMl; aul
al 'b-j rvv rl by t !'.l er 1 p erwie.
The rcolutin was adopted.
aoRicn ti k 1. ci i.i;e.
Mr.r.ROWN.tf W.1N. in off-rin tin; f l-
lwin r.s.ldtlon. k aid he submitbd it with
all du- deference to the Com mitte to which it
rtf- r:
$lr l. TTiat tka r.uoiltti on i ri?nltoral Col-
1I b- n 1 in rt hirST tn rport ill m-.-
t-on t!.j.t ,ub.rct ro w tvrorf tLc ra oa Fr.daT the -,.i
t:..t.
The rcsoluti jii wa adopteJ.
n FW rr.rtrnsiTpixs.
r . vV . , . ... . j
-.''i's-iary I .-ninnttee,
to whuh wa rtfer red that porttm of the Uov
tm r tne-.s?,. n r. r. r. tic t. oin. ial l..nJ,
f'l" Tt.d a I ill l. No. -j.; for An Act to pr
viJo trthe acknowledgement f f the execution
f t -Hi. i.! bond-, und t declare the eff.-et and
vMI.'ati a . f su. h b. nd a between the obli.
k'or and th- tatc; which was read the liM
time HM.l p s..N t. the . e. nd n s. I'm?.
Mr. ALLls N intr. dreed . Mil '. No.
I t Au Ait 1. u, . rt.ia? h H.l hoUs'o, and le-i;-ur?
w ho shall ... i., v ,d control Ui.au. the
1 nist.r f tlo-city or town. It vtj n-n. th
ürt titne.
;m ti. n by Mr. .. lh. rr ntitiit.M.:il pro.
,!t nwas .!;.;-, :.s.. 1 with vca. nn s d
and ti.. b.'l w l r, . j the s,..-,",,, tinie.
Mr. MAsi IN mir. d.a. I a bid No. 2. I
f r An A t .reata-a.' th. J.iiioial circuit.
and d.'tltun? Wl;:t . ..tilitj. s shall constitute the
1 in net mri ,i;ir,i t,i ,r.-uM. .t-.. which
w a
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t.k, r itfi r,ti-t t.it whin tt ts' rr.C
u srir, f,i j u , v I j 1 1 . n
. it pt--i.lT.
t It, they vij
' S. No.' t- f An Art fummii rx-(t!on
SU of An Act to rroTlis for t smml lyitm
of .roroon chnot. Jri.,- afTrl Mtrrh 6,
li. ( Aiith nzio ILc omaiuO roun il of la
r.rporatti t'iwn t- pp.nt a hx)l xaniinr
1 1) oTratr in th' ir rorjrat limit. It a
rd tlo firt tiro.
Mr.Kl'NMMi. For ih yiirx X ynliinz
t'ii Uli in tuJi a ltuillcn that it taa w I'
1 I od th u.t raOlnjr. 1 rrn tocflav n with
o - ni. i,r ti. n.t ti,- t,f Lill mar lc
rrad tli? -'Cnd tilli" now.
Th motion w aj a-r.iJ to; y ". nr 1,
tivl th bill TMri'ltii'w'l m.
Mr. nrNNINO. nifN-uat T frcmi ?tc
T.Mr. Wixjti;. d.-ira to l l aj ropriat. ly in
th; Mil, proil-ion that th? -hool xarin r
may al.o rrant Ucru upon rrtTatt f.xamuv
ation at any tixn, and -hall make that privat
fxarnintitlon upon written applirat ton.
Mr. IlhNNKTT thou-ht that proposition, in
rff'Tt, would (! away with all th" U n fit f f
puhlii examination; the gr t arhT) will
le willinx f r there, liut tlo pror '.li-a will
d' tnand a iri.at rximinatlm. . .' ;
Mr. IH'SNIM; admitted the f roe rf the
anrunient, Imt, in t half f tle Smlr from
White, propo.J ti linJt the i:rantln,' of
Ii n- on private r xamination till the tiiii.- of
th puMi: examiitatir n.
On motion of Mr: WILLIAM tlir whole
tnattor wa ref rn d to th. Cwuiuilt'.-c on Kdu-
eatin.
Mr. AI.I.I-o.V Introlue.-,! a Mil No. ':
f t An Art toi-mpower inoorporaw d ciU , t'
r t and .iivtru.'t pa work. and iiu
bouU- for the purpov of prvenrlni the neei-n-t
ry inan, and in levy a tax for the patmeiit
of Kill liondi, and making the hondi a li n
upon auch work; whieh wa read the firt
tune.
Mr. THOMIVjON lntruilu4Hl a IIU
for An Art -irpplr-nrnitary t An Art n-
titll An Art di-tinin? felume und preM-rihinx
punishment thertfur, approvctWuuo 11, lCi
Vh rf a jury lixi the term of imprisonment
at one ye:r or le in the t if prison, th" I-.
fi-ndant in ly ! iniprioTiel at hard labor in
the j -ail f f the county, under the !irvti.n of
the jiilor. t wat read the lir-t time.
Mr. T. .ii l thi waa nn inijiort tut bill to the
t-ountie. , Wlini nom in I lruprivn' In
j til sly. h put t hard vfork; Irxi when a man
i linpri'x.in-d for ! than a year he i idle.
He m .,e. t!) vi tltj rule bv suH'tid'd and that
th bill here.! th.1 aeooafl tiuw. How.
Thi motion wa ultih'.I ti- yeaa III. nayaU
aud the bill wa priced tothe Curd ro.ulin.
Tending the Introduction of bill -
On motion bv .Mr. ISKNN LT T (at th; re
piest of the CI. "rk of the HU.' ) the bill ILK.
No. -To llxin the p. r di. ni and mili are of
: member d the (Jen.-ral AM'tiiMy, r-n t:irie,
M'lerks. Ioor-Iei per and otJi-r t lllplove -
tlp n-of. wa read tin hr-t time.
Ou hi furtli r motion the t 'outi tut loul ro
tri' tion w a lispii l with yea .V, naya O;
-the Mil w.h rt'.i'l titlf only aivl n forrcl to
the peelal t'ominitti n that subiect.
tm motion by Mr. WILLIAMS Mr. Itra.llej,,
Mato Axeivv, inkl Fund Comtnivsioutr,
and Mit I'-U Mil h. No. HT;, wa read l.y
title onl v.
Mr. I'LLL.V liiov.d to refer the bill to a
Committee of vn.' fr;n i' h Con'rosional
litri t.
Mr. WTLf.IAMS oppo-d the rai-inx 'f
many speei il eommitte , and moved to amend
by n'ferriu? it to th ConimltUs- of the Wholo
and make it th order for Saturday morning
at '.i o I n k.
On inoliun by Mr. Cl LI.LN.thii. auK'il'Imeiit
w a I ii 1 on th t able. '
Mr. WILLIAMS moved to r.-f.-r the bill to
the i 'oiiimitt' on Kdueatjoli,
I It, molb.n l.r Afr I f'l f VM t.l. n.nil.. .. ...
I laid ..11 the table.
The motion to refer t a special coimnltteo
j wa axr ed to.
' The Senate t.H.k a rees till 2 o'.'bx-k r. M.
akti:koo .sf,io..
Th Senate m't at two o'cloc k.
The l'KK'sIUKNT. vro Um announce.! tho
, consideration of the sj ial or.h.-r for thi hour.
iz: .Mr. . mhi 0111. .s. .o. 21, detinin who
shall be a competent witnesin any court in
thi Mate alj pel ,ou. witliout diatincttou of
color liein 011 the third ro.idiuir.-
Mr. l!i;oV., of Well, from a miiioritv of
j the t'ommitlee on Uiu'ht and Priv il. o. s, to
! uhi. h thi bill wa rtf. rre.!, ubniltted a mi
j nortty r'prt. urzuin the pi -sii m, ;ui. eh.
! in.' with a roeoiunpiiilatioii tint the bill lie on
I the table.
I It I ns follow-:
j Mn. rBi.AiPKjr: Tlx iin l. risrn-j, cf th
! Committee on Kidit and rrivile-e. of the in.
j habit ant ofthe r-taU-, beira .-Ht. aubmit the
1 following miiioritv rriivrt uikhi Snate bill No.
i 'IV.
I The bill eoiitetnplate such a change of the
i existing law in relation to w itnesses a will
I permit Indiana and Xfjrors to ttifv, with
out any restriction n u. urt of thi State.
far as the forun r raci; i eutu-ernv! the law
would Lave Mit little practical etleet. and it
probably wa not su posted bv any conid-Ta-lion
in b half of that fast reecdin.' but inter
esting' people. Tli philanthropy that could,
throij.'li so iii inv bm year, sleep over any
H'iht that niii'lit be deemed to have been
withheld from the red man would not now
awaken to keen a aeiisi of his supposed
wtoii'.'s. We may, therefore, ijuito properly
consider the bill with r tVrcnce onlv to the
IP'sTO.
I f the five different race Into who h lie bu
111 an family h a been classified, tliü Cau- tiau.
r white race, . resent tin hi;hest trpe .f
man. and the Lthiopi in, or black ra'e, the
lowest. It i in thi lowest elas that the no.
trro i found. Considering the ipiestion f hit
inferiority a a race, an eminent Ln.'lish au
thority hold the follow inir lanuac:
" While numberless r.urop. Mii and Asiatic
nations have attained to a hih st Ut of civili
zation, they, (the t.o'roMs) continue, witli
few exceptions In nearly primeval barbar
ism. It i in vain to pretend that thi is the
result of the unfa) oraMe circumstance un
l. r which they h ive Ixn-n placed. An intel
li.'i ut, cnt. rprisin people contend against
unfavorable circumstance under which they
are placed and male them Urome favorable;
but the Africaiis with tho yucsUonnblc exc s.
tion of the ancient inhabitant of the Nile,
have never ilis,overed any considerable
d.-irree of enterprise or invention, or any wish
to dintinicuish themselves eithT in act or arm.
From the remotest anti.uiitv down to the pres
ent day they have been hewers of woland
drawers of water for other, ami have ma.le
little or no pro-res; and the onlv legitimate
inference fmui.thia lotitlu-uod Intrutliution
. ui to be that they rr incapable ft iiiakin?
11 ;t;miine'i r.nor. or yetence. Lit. :
and Arr
p. 2..l Hut it necjs not this eminent authori
ty to establish the inferiority of the neirro;
s-i. nee, hitory, so-iety, hi ow n ind'iendcnt
ctr..rt and common consent, all combine to
pronounce him inferior to the white race,
..wlall.v. morally mid irtclleetually.
When the foundations of our pivernment
were LiJ, the mra ixxupied a tatu in the
e. un try of established Inferiority, w Inch irrew
out of. and was based upon, the n'o'id'd
natural inferiority alluded 10. He existed here
only in h st ate f slavery. Thi statu of sbive
j beinir inc.ii.st. nt with. anl r pu.'iiant to, that
; of citize n, the presumption i afford d that the
I fram. rs of the Constitution .f the Ctdt.-d
! states did not inten t neroo to 1. In. luded in
i the provision conuiucd in that instruuinit
t .1 .tin - ..;t I.. 1 . I .
o .", " in, lis. luiieu, somr (i nit- pris.
,i.i(.n, t.f ,i. NaU..,, c.tituti..n indicate
that the n ?r. was to be excluded from all
participation in the political ri.'hts therein
granted; or. if any doubt of this could exist,
the le?isatii n f the tirt Cn?resa under that
Constitution, t i f which Ci-ncn-ss many f the
franier efthat instrument were immtHrs.)
j iiaiiiii- 1 iu.i iiisiiiio
an 1 subvU nt lepislati
J nal principle. r idea, '
f vy.as tablish-d f r the v
lataoia exhibits a a cardi-
that tili rovcmuient
white race, aud to the
exclusion of the black race, or nopro.
I Lis. kin? at the constitution and legislation
i .f ur state, we tind thi idea even more
; prominently indlcat !. The prcsnt tatc con
. stitution. to piv eit effect prohibited the immi
1 j?rati-n f tu-?roe int the stab'. In aceord
, an. c w ith it w e laud the Utro dcuieU au and
' all priv ilexes the onjoymetjt cf W hU'h inl.'ht
j break itownthi d ftini'lhu. Our Slate lesri
1 I at ion from thecrtriiest period to the ircent
time, in n latiou to tbu ubj.vt rontetiiplated
; bv the bill, adapting itt if t. the idea mention-
1. has prohibited n.?r testimony in all case
. Ui re th-. interests . f tbe w bite ra-i alono it
tnva.lveti. if doubt ecuM be entertained t-l
mir t.ite lc-i!atr.jii !.dn; ndaptetl to the lUt
I!i;,t - '- n..i.r. g.'ven.ment. the
crt.iüly M t, the f.i.t that in 1n.'J
It. re w as an t.i;.; ti io 'i.l iti,.n urmti the
su'.jn t f tie.r.. tetini. :iv. w hich omission the
. rn. t s, ..i ,:i . x t!..' "legislature hastened
t supply.
I r. v. this U- f -Jy.iu. e at the hist. TV f our
- riuat nt., Ls.:ii lui. u.j .U1d s.t.4:c, u,. re
.iiwntih ;ki. lu.i i:;v -which tort lu)
iji but b,-. in-, s-stible t:p..n a , l,.,r and
t .... r . :,::Uii . tin , f that hit ry -thatthos.
: v.-rnm. nts an- gv. rnmet-ts ,"f th- white
r i "t.-Hh tit wath.Mifth. ir fram. r
::i I j e .im r to .r. .t:,:t in-urpas. i!.'. l,.ir.
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1 !..- tiia.i -rsi.t4t.l can n. t L-.it r- tr.l tli- till
::..i i.i. 1. 1 r.' i trrv tJ t;.,.
f.:::. i.t. It is t.Ut la,. 4a!!ll i
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pli.n-: .Hist, :,r..i . . ur f ,t!,. r.. an.lU th.ni
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Mitist.
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1m'
; nuiiitalsKil. . It; w.ist th- ! . n ,., .
tf-ruj Ist.sJ .y tin I. tit uti.l. r . in 1. r ri n. )
r if irij.i.üvii u. uupuiitic n J i nwi. .
It ia, LbiTtfjrc, rIVl!'L!J? i Ui'arti It- I
th t th.' I. ill li- up..n th.- t.!.!o'.
Mr.t l l.I.KN iii..i.tl tt-p stjn.r.t-tin' furtl:r
' 11114 rs ro of t!it bill. aud tujVf Itt )
I I r 1. r t -r t Tliur.J.tT . 1. at Ahn k,
A. M.
n Tiir.tin ,.f Mr. WILLIAM, th! tnoÜOU
wis Ui I ..n the tshl... U y.as p.. St, i
Sir. ULSSkA'l arWe .t lentn i favor f
th- pa..i.-v .f ihrl.r.1. Hi. sw.U Wlll
llMr UktiM ApHvtidi,.. ' u ;
Mr. rxJVVXiTirHöf tC t aiBa J the bill by
Jiinj to th Crt tion the fallow In? tv-ordi:
Pt3u1i1. Tkit u p'tm ba!nc - irhth
aaor of ar ot4, L la. x.i or -hall b
lot tfe Mat la to at.oQ ef jfc Tbl ertb Arocla af
tBC'jtstitaUra. r law. ra-tta ttrarry tb aoi In'u
tt5rt.tha'i b cantpateat tit-l frla iircu ta t-bxa
I a tb:ia rtMii I a part 7 la inter .
' Mr. VAN IiOKIKK i iove.1 1 j.stjone the
oui and arnenlmnt till next 'n,s,lay at t
o'cbc, and make it the p.-eul ord r for that
hour.
Aft r oth'-r pr"-"edina and r-tnrk -The
motion to jio-tjx'ne wa i-ro-d to.
jrfATK Ai.F.XCY sIXKIXfi ITXP-T KIT. bKUT.
The IMiKsIIiKN T j,m t'm. announ.-.-.! the
special Comtnittt'O t wbi h w a r f rr-l Mr.
nra llej'4 "tab A.'-noy. Niilin Fun I Com-
rni-b.ner. and State l. bt bill, S. No. iTO. i:
Mesr. Culleti, William-, Itradley. Alli-on,
IVnnttt.OTiVr. Hann'i, Culver. Wri.'ht, i'hap
maa.and lruwnf W 11,.
Exrr..Nr,s k tmk r.xt.rrTivE prriKTMrxT.
The rilKI!KT; ro fem. laid In f -re the
x nate a communication from the Actin? iov
ernor, in answer to a resolution of the se nate,
a'lopti'd yet rdiy, ctinccrnin the exj-enso cf
the Kxeeutive I partim nT, in which he states
that of the fT,'a contiri." nt fund ji,.i ha
l-en expended; of the fi.ioi t b -raph fund,
.!..' 0 ha Ih-i 11 exp. nd.il. and of the ?t2.0H
clerk hire fund. '.; 7! ha ln cxp-nd-d.
In hi judiftn nt, th contingent fund for I!
can be reduce.1 from to the t.-le-
rraph tund from ". to 2Jmi. and the cb-rk
hire fund from j?.'' to '. a, making an
ajrrcirat reduction In these appropriation of
The nftirnunie:Ulort arü . tri ft rBl t the
rwnattiT on Finanfe. " '
Ixave of abvnoo were (rrante to Mer.
Vau Uuskirk and lJ.-nn-tt till Friday inorn
in'. '
S Mr.TIloMIVON'.fromthespirlal C(.mmit-
I tee on that part of the (iovernor'a liiM.'e re
lating to the word fair f l"sjT, returned
, hi " Cnivt isal i:xpoiti..n" bill s. .o. ?),
without reeoinmen dati. n. It wa passed tothe
1 third rea.lin?.
I Mr. ( I'LI.K.N' iiitro.lu. cd a bill IS. No. 'Jf'S
1 for an Act Hxinz the tim s of holding court
, in the fourth Judicial ireuit lircuit, tc.,whi h
: wa read the firt time.
Tin: statk i'iuxrtx;.
I Mr. nitoWN, of Hamilton. frm the Com
mittee on rrintinz. nturiod Mr. Nibs' un-
authoriz.sl-printin bill s. No. 'Jsl, reconi
J mending it paa'.
I Tlia? bill w ai read thu second time.'- '
Mr. 1 F. INI V. Tbl Is a bill of preat Import
ance, and the sonn r it be.-ome, a law the b. t-
, ter it will be f.r all parties, except the tate
rilnb r. As I have not troubled the Sen.nt.;
inn. h with many motion. I a-W a susti.-n.
! sion of th rules that tla bill may be ral'the
; third tillie )oV.
The constitutional re-trictimi wa disMjis.d
with by vea .7., nay o, and the bill was read
I tip- third time.
The bill wa then finally passed the Senate
by vi as 41, navs o.
1 Mr. M Aso.Nv, from the Committee on I'ublie
, 1'rintin. returne-l the bill II. It. ITT, to amend
ctioii It'lof An Act to provide for the pub
' lioation of dt linijuent taxe, ajrovod May 31,
! la"il, roeommeiuliic its passage.
The bill wn read the second time.
TIIK IKMJ I.AVV.
1 Mr. COBIl asked that a short leave of ab
. aence I trranti'l the sr ial t ommltte to
: whom was referred .Mr. Iunnin's bill S. No.
Ml. repealing the .1.' law. Laughter.
The motif. n wa reji-cti-d.
Mr. 1 OHI5. I wish the IJ.-porter to notice
that thi i the aceoii'l time I have apjH'aled to
the Snate for b-av. of abnonco f.r thi Commit-
tef. lieliewt'.l laughter.
IX l' It A Nt K COM I' AX I KS.
On motion by Mr. THOMPSON' hi bills.
No. J1-', to amend o tion i'l of An Act for the
, lneorHration of Insurance Companies, etc.,
I approved June is, ls.VJ; was read the third
: time.
I Mr. COUniN could not allow this billto pas
! without enteriir.' hi protest against thfa kin.l
, of leirisl ition. He re-it.l the provision of the
present law eom ernan Iiisuranee Companies,
j This till proposes to strike out of .section -i:i
that portion vvhich nquire Inviratioo Jomia-
nlcs to deposit on. half of their capital in the
Auditor s ot!loi, und that the balance b paid
into the treasury of the corporation. The pas
sage f this bill would allow- tht companies up
j on a b iosit .f -j.'),!)!).) to profess that they have
; fifty thousand or a million dollar capital. He
I considered th law a it now stands a whole
some cheek aivj the only one that can protect
' the community from fr;iul. This bill simply
j authorize these companies to oon and dobusf
i ness w ithout jfivin the security the law re
' juire.
Mr. THOMPSON' made an earnest appeal in
favor of home as against foreign insurance
companies; and insisted that our home compa
nies shouid-.be placet! upon the same basi
with foreign insurance companies.
Mr. NILLS remarked that there are two
side) to thi juestion, and it was difficult for
him to w-ttle In hi own mind what I a par
f.ftlr safe and wise policy. He thought it
would be our policy, if we can lo it atelv, to
ent ourage the i.iill llnup of respondible ini.i
ranee oippatrtes at home; and it mlpht Im well
to letve the door tolerably w ide' open to them.
He had concluded that he eould vote for thia
bill, but not with entire satisfaction.
Mr. COltll could see no reason w hy honn in
surance companies should be repuirel to 1.
xsit sj oi.oou .f stock for the purpose of seeur-
in;' to persons insured tin Ir reme.ly under the
law, w hen companies from a ditance and from
other States an not required to Io the same
thin?. It is not the deposit that :isure the
insured, but it is the liability of the stock
holders and the amount of stock subscribed
and paid in.
Mr. IIOUO. If this bill is passed you pive
an opportunity for irresponsible companies to
be onran!z'd throughout the entire state; it
would open an avenue for every romantic in
dividual who may desire to pet up an insur
ance company without capital, to prey and
ilcpredate upon the public. He wa opposed
to this bill, and to thaw hole insurance system
a cnacte.l by the law of lv2.
Mr. THOMPSON moved to refer tho bill to
the Commit P-e on Corporations.
Mr. liUOWN, of Wells, was coin? to offer a
few remark in opposition to the bill, but if
there i a disposition to refer it, he would yield
the floor.
The motion to refer w e a?re'l to.
On motion of Mr. 1IAN.VA, his bill, S. No,
iK. repealing sections 4-1 and ti of An Act pre
loribin? who may make a will, etc., approved
May 31. 1J. was read the third time and
tin allv passe! the en;l(e ,v v-as "3, nays 3.
Mr." KICHMONT). from" the Committee en
County nnd Township Business, returned Mr.
Allison bill. S. No. 2'J. requiring County
Auditor to examine record in reference to
school funds, etc.; Teeommendin: its passage.
The bill was passed V the third reading.
Anl ilnn the Senate adjourned.
IMH VM10LIS R. R. TWE TABLE.
Colambua and Indianapolia entral Railway.
Trtint Lst.
4 .1" A. M
2 00 P. M
7 3j P. U
Traic Arrtv.
... SOO A.M.
.... 1 re p. m.
.... fas p. .
...Day Xtpresi.
Ma.l
.Xigbt Kapreta.
Bellefontaina
Tralr I. far.
m a. M
ni P. Nt
Railroad.
Traina Arrla.
9 15 A.M.
Iieort 5oon.
S45 P.M.
1:15 P.
.. ..Mall
Madiaon Railroad.
Tra!a.l.eara.
-. A.M
IPO P.M
Tra:o Arrlva.
... .1150A.M.
7 SC p. at.
...Mall.
JafTaraoayUIe Railiaai.
'' ri csLeiTt TrÜclArriT.
afornin K 101V A.M. JCitt K S 0 A. If.
Chicago Ki.. Vi0 P. M. Ch e n. 1J3'I M.
Ni?M Ft.... 9 0i T. M. Fvenirgli.. :.3!)P.at.
Parn Kailroad.
rr.ia.Le. Train. Arrl.
12 M Sojn Chlcua Eipron 7.M A.M.
10 OJ P. 11 Chicago Kiprr. 4 35 P. II.
Lafarrtte Eailroad.
fralBiboaTa.
12 an No.o
7) r. it
!0 25 P. If
Tra!oiArr!.
.... 4 SO A. V.
, ..1J.10 A. M.
.... 4 50 P.M.
Terra Hante ani Richmond EoalroaJ.
TralosL.ate
Tra!c ArrlTa.
.....3:15 A. M.
. ,.l-aO A. at.
.... 40 P.M.
7.15 A.M.
f IS A.M Accorntnoilatlon. ..
ti.lji P. M . . v .0vaQoatl V xprra.
319 T. ..II 1 aid FiprtM .
.10 P. IL 5i?ht Ktpret....
Cincinnati Eailroad.
TraicsLav.. Tralai ArrlTe.
451 A. M V.tprea U 13 P.M.
l-r-vi . M Mail 7 -3 P. M.
t i) Y. M. GreeD.bu'e AccotnodatloB,..9S0 A. M.
T30 P. M Sijht Itpress 1115 A.M.
Louisville, New Albany ani Chicago Railroad.
Pxr.resGreencss:leJUDCticn je'xf oortla.00 T. M.
Gnu sooth 11.4? P- M.
DENTISTS.
! AI.I.V V AI.I.O ,
DENTIS TS i
Mtrktt strict, it fir I.t ( Cr,
Indianapolis. Ind.
flirKTH F JTRALTFD w thout pain. Allcperstiori
1 sj.pett... in to tt. pr-jfrija perfortjed i- th
tu.t a.- er.t :.r a:r.r,er
.t.frij,.ti c j.raoteed In all case.
noTl4-d3tn
OYSTERS.
IumrM Oysters.
Iliiy Vour Osatcr of
JtlüR afc AXDEQSO.i,
Xo. St W$t Washington Utrett.
fpaOSE r5RTTALEDiea-s.te, L Ä. M, aad T T.
M. Oy ra. racired daily, last ta U star Sat. Pm
p hj Man A Co, aWtaaaora. bavli Alas
- "I
-VlttIIlOll 1 alt.
SSIimiNG ON TOE FR0NT1EK.
LAM) OFFICE SALE.
It A URO AI) COLLISION
I.DIA. IIIFF1CULTIEN.
KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE.
ITA I L B AO STOLEN.
Etc., Etc., , Etc.
From N-w York.
January Canpan. Said 1 r ra ll.nn.
liri-Siiiu'f lln' n the f rontier
Jutlre C atron Obituaries NaTf
VarJ Workmen I)iaebarredLain4
fftee Salr. liatlraad Calliaiara
Indian lif (iciiltlca.
New York, iWmlxr .V-The TriUnf'i
AVashinirton sx-ial aaya: The payment f the
January coupon wall be anticipated ow injto
lari;e accumulation of coin in the Treasury.
Iii sable. ! aoldlera in various hpartment of
the (ioTernment will petition Conirres to al
low" thctn the same Mnanties paid to others of
their class not in (Jovernment employ.
A pr-at actuation waa cx-casionetl in W'aah-
lnjrtjn yesterday Ir a reart of, ihn prevalcni
of TellovT f.nTr on Voartl the Stonewall."
The Commissioner of Customs is convinced
from the character of the reports w hich he 1
daily reeelvinjf from the Canadian frontier,
that his action in c tuplovine female detectives
there was judacious, add w ill be of preat bene
fit in the expoaure and arrest of the female
mu??lcrs, who have recently been so exten
sively ena?etl in the eontraban! trade be
twfen Canada and the United State. Net
one . female oiu?ler now creates the line
where twenty crossed before, and the mer-
chantM alon the bonier, suspected of having
formerly been en?r(rd in the contraband trade
are closing their stores ami to-llin? out.
Another (mulin dodfe hai just been de
tected. An unusual number of coffins have
been brought across the line, of late, for inter
ment on the American side. Last week the
t'nited States Revenue officer insisted upon
fecin? the corpse after the eofMn was landed,
airainst the earnest protests of the stricken
relatives when instead of a defunct body, the
cotlin was found til leal with costly silks. '
Two per ceut. of all the fractional currency
rect i vel at t he Treasury, ia cou nterfc.it). This
comes to the department from bankers and
others deemed experts in Jud?ln? money, and
two per cent, oscapin? detection of such ar
ties.ifiics soup idea of the extent of this kind
of -ounterfeltlnr. " .
The Timift' Washington sieeial contains the
followin?: A motion has been tiled in the
Tinted states Supreme Court by A. II. Gar
land, Ksq., of Arkansas, to be p.-rmitted to
practice in the Court without taking the oath
ai Prtseribed by act of Congress of July 2. 12,
and January 24, 1-WU. The motion w ill be ar
piaed probably on Wednesday, directly after
the adjournment of the bupmne Court of the
t'nited States.
Yesterday afternoon a meetiirtr of the mcm
Ihts of the bar of that Court was convened
for the purpose of paying proper repect to
the memory of the late Jud?e Catron, who
died since the adjournment of the Court last
sprin?.
A further reduction, by the discharge of
ei?hty-six work tu, n. was made at the Brooklyn
Navy ard, veslerday.
Tlie ieTtpfa Charleston correspondent no-
tic-s the arrival of Commodore Sanmon, com
manding the Atlantic squadron. His squadron
is already reduced to ten vessels and will be
further redu--d by the sale of two more.
The WurltTt Jacksonville, Florida, corres
pondent says: Two delegates elected to the
late Convention, are supposed to have been
lost on the tUaiur I). IL Mount, Jud?c Fra
zIt. of Jacksonville, and .the family of Major
Week, of the Seeon! Florida Union cavalry,
were aln on boanl.
The HerahVa Washington special dispatch
say: The General Land Office yusterday re
ceived the fallowing returns of cash sales of
public land, during the month of October, at
Marysville, California, amounting to $T,000,
accompanied with an actual settlement on
l,töu acres under the Homestead Law,
In the same mouth at Voneaneyer, Wash
ington Territory, nearly 4, 00 acres were taken
up for actual settlement, together with cash
sales amountitu? to ?'J..'!TO.
The land ot'ice at lonia. Michigan, reports
the settlement, under the Homestead Law, of
nearly l.ooo acres of public lands, with cash
receipt amounting to upwards of ?-,100.
A collision occurred last evening Ix tween an
Adams Kx press freight ear of the Harlem rail
road and a city railroad car of the Thir.l Ave
nue railr.iad. by which one passenser in the
eity car wa Instantly killed, a nuinler of oth
ers severely injured, and the car broken into
fragment.
The lltralfa Vashln?ton dispatch says:
Commissioner Gooloy of the Indian Bureau
receive! thi morning" a communication from
the Superintendent of the Indian Agency In
Knnsai, fivan: decisive information of the bel
ligerent statiia-ajf thtj. trllna in that section.
The report that was previously obtained in re
gard to the burning of a stage coach by the
Cheyennes and Apaa on the Smoke Hill route
on tho 10th of November last, is fully substan
tiated, together with the maereof Frederick
Mervin of New York, with five others who
were traveling in the coach.
It is ab. represented that after committing
this outrage and murderlnsr the -whole force,
attaeked successively live mail station along
the route, which they destroyed, and takln
possession of the live atoek along the line of
their devastation, deparbxl in a southeasterly
direction.
The official details of the altove have a!o
been placed before flov ernor Cummings.
Hobbfrj- at Oil ClSy.'
Oil. City. Ieeember 5. On Saturday, atout
noon. Mr. Uhler, Superintendent of the Ocean
Oil Company, while on his way to Titusville,
w n waylaid androbbe-d of jJJOO in money, and
SlO.oix) in checks. Two persons fired at him,
one ball passing through his hand, and the
other, whi. h was aimed at his heart, fortu.
nately struck his watch, thus saving his Ufr.
One cf the r.bbers then knocked him off his
horse with a club, an! beat him till he was in
sensible. No clue has yet leen liscovered to
the guilty parties.
Kentucky I.eK'alat u re. f
I,oi-psvi! i.r, Decemlxr 5. The Frankfort'
(Kentucky) LgiUture orgauized vehterdav !
br electing Harrison Taylor. Speaker of the j
Hnu-e, anl J. It. Th5ma, Clcrlr. '
.Mall IIa Stolen.
CLKVTI.SXIS Lcember 5. The mail ba
that b ft New York on Pundny night for Cleve
land, was t-tolen in the depot here last night, j
MUSIC STORE.
Indiana .Music House.
A. M. IIEAIIA.TI Ac CO.,
Bates House Corner, Indianapolis,
caiLxxi ia
Musical Merchandise,
of i: v i :at v i LL it i in o .
Wholesale acd Retail Af ents for ,
i
Silfl n i 11 V A. faWkta'aw U'nn lo Ar 4 i
and other l"irt l'la
PIANO S
j Slate AeecU fa
Estey & Co.'s Organs, j
Th. best Reed Icttrument la ts.
, TTPAH tb. SLrael Railroad Line, pass oar Star.
l taovlS d m.
RAILROADS.
Hellcfotitsiine Railway.
i ii ax.i: or rmi'.
O
N Alt I) ArTEI M05DAT, N0VIMBH Jthf
iraUia tul leere Lnioa urpol aa iouow-
i 0 1. M , Bipreaa Mall.
4 00 P. M, Aorotnuvlatlon, ;fof Caloo .aly.)
T Vi P. M , XihtEspreea.
naiaa aaarva i
vaa aaar.
- 1100 A. M., Ki(h larraaa.
-It IS a. aocoBimoCaUv. -AO
p. M, MaiL
m. s. Eiowa,
ra waaarai trifartLtaadaiiL
aavl Al
Telegraphic ' Dispatclies
'RV.J- irrrn rxrr.rjvr rn RTnr nrRAt n.
JEVELRY.
jEMSOX,uXELsbx & CO.,
tSacaaMrs I W. B. Iaifcctt A C ,1
No. 24 East Washington St.
nDIA.XAPOLIS, I.XDIAXA,
auuu aD uria naai-aaa ia
WATCHES, JEWELRY,
Silver and Plated Ware,
II
AVK constant! B baad a larja and wall :cted
sicck or ens
Gold and Silver Watches,
. 's".
Of Aroaricaa aa4 Fatal ra Manufaotare.
FlaVK CsOLD JEWELRY
Of (no laiteat Style.
RUBBER ooors
or Patterns.
Pare Coin, Silrer and Plated Warf,
In Great Variety.
Watches. Clocks and'Jcwclry
Kcpalrad. aoi warraata4 by tLa Proprlatora, th.y bale a
pratrflcaj worktsoo.
010. M. JFJflSOX,
H. L. NKUSO,
11013 dim ALSX. F. JESISOX.
INSURANCE.
Indianapolis Insurance Co.,
Chiteiecl, 183Ö.
LM1ITAI. .... ft200,OO0.
OjTlce, Odd Fellotca' IlalL, Xorth Penn. &fn
IntllanapoIU, Indiana.
' DIRECTORS.
8 A.Fl.KTCHEB,8r., A. L. ROACHK.
T.A. MORRIS . W.U.TLBOTT.
OI.IVKR T US KT, E i. KECK.
AQl'lU.AJuSKsn. A.at.VIMOX,
WM. UKNDI" KSOS.
J7Insares all ktad of Property aaiiiat Loa by Fire
vTU.BRNDERSON, Piaaidcnt.
ALII. C. JAMKSON. arcrnary.
C A. Laa-Toa, Geocral irant.
fJ0TJ'C5-(l!j
o rth v e tern
MUTUAL LIFE
Insurance Company.
ASSETS OVER - - - - - $S00,000.
THIS ITTEBrRISINa COMPACT. IX A LITTLE
var ata rara. baa U.uad over Li.ooO Pollciea and
pa4 sear Q0,'ou io LotMa. It I prompt la all ta
:nes trsuiacUoDi, paying Ps loatea at cbesrfullj aa tt
raeelTea the prtBiamt m Its policiec. irpart'ng ia ho
r.pc from tba general principlca upon which a'l tb
irraat MiimI ILlfa Iaaraoc at Amaxlea have ba.l
.beir sacctaf. it claim laa adraatara ( teere ased
ratet o' Intercut od lta lotreatmeDts 0Tr Eastern Com
paaiaa; anJ, alao, Wa rata tt mortality than la cape
lieooad In tba East twa vary Important Itema to cun-
der la tbs aelecilon cf a Ui Ja.araoct Compaaj.
Orr Ivo hnndrad nl tha 5rihwterB Talxlas ai oaw
bald an Ina.aaapolJa.
8. S. DAGGKT, Prea't.
A. W. "KttUKO, 5Wcreta7 .
Principal Ofloa. 41S Mal Mtw. Milwaakea.
Chtcaco otStce, Vt Uearborn treft.
Qndnaatl OflJ?, M WsatTVN street.
MARTIN & HOPKINS,
But Axeats for loiliana.
OfTJc4. 7 Trmperance Hall,
IIIAAI-OI.IH.
nov is dtf
IaVSFRE WITH TI1E
Old ItellnUIr
jSSI "3L? 3NT ,
Of Hartford, Conn.
Cash Assets, - 4,000.000.
I Onico-ss-tiiivI3ixiiaintj.
aovl) 13 ra
A. A LEO MET. Aatnt.
RESTAURANT.
Brilliant Saloon and Restaurant,
.V 103 South niinoit Street,
CAJT. J. 0'XJELAJ.T, Proprittor.
At?D TUEST. Ö003E, BEF, MUTTOJ,
Cw4 PUh, MarcL aad all th. debcacara f th.
aa. aaaa ar til kHta, CWtceat Wiaaw. U.aorj
s4 Okfsn Alsrsji ta kAAA. tMfMdiss.
MILLINERY GOODS. ETC.
Millinery, Straw
AXD FANCY OOIIS
i
TBE
i
Tbe Largest and Most Complf te Slock
i iiia:v.
And tho Very Latest Styles.
J. W. COPBIiANB,
- - xroaraa i ;omi or
RiBBOrJS, SILKS,
-A5D
STRAW GOODS,
8 C. trash. St,,! 15 S, Meridian, St.
. . . . -.-
IM)Il.AroiiK
7"0ULD reertfnlrj- ttifera C ty aal Cmn'ry
W Buyers tbat b. f. tw rr-rart-ti ta b.ar th.
tnwa; comp'.rc. an4 baM aaaatl ttock X
3ITLLINERY GOODS
Tkat VmU Importad tuu thltcltj for nafry ra
BU .lock cf
STRAW O-OOXS
Will rD4conplM in aUatylaa for.Ladiaa ,kflM
andCJaUdr n. full ho. of root ia
Felt, Silk, Velvet and Straw Hats
and Bonnets,
r
TKUOIEI A."iD 1 XItIM.yii:i.
Tb. Steck f
French Flowors and Plumes
TTUl ba foand larga, well eelctad and at raaaonabl.
pricaa. In -
Buyers will find her. .very nomherln Plain, Plaid and
Faocy, and all of tbli aeaaon's latest atylea. 11a haa a
lara variety of .
Silk and English Velvets.
And Matin ortletl Mlks
I all eolor.
BONNET AND HAT BLOCKS
Always on bao.J, In all fashionable shapes.
3IILLIIVE1TS
WUl find at this boua. .very article naed In their basl
nea, and all of first qaahty. Call acd ae. thi Goods.
Order, from th. count -y will bar. prompt attention,
and satisfaction warratited. ' '
J. W. COPKLSSD,
, PKast Wahirjrtan street,
15 South Meridian street,
no13l'" Ind anaroll. Ind.
HOTELS.
AVELINE HOUSE,
Corner Calhoun and Berry St$., .
(Orroain Cocbt Bovsk.)
FOUT WAIWK, I.DIA.XA.
II. C. FOX. - - - - Iroprleior.
decS dlra
W 1VI . DELL'S
UNION II ALL,
last Washington street, opposite tb. Conrt Boom,
Indlanapolli, Ind.
nT TnOTOUGHLT RRXoVATIXa AND Kf LAK1.
13 'nit 7 house, I am enabled to offer my roeita a
c.imfotable borne.
ik. tea per hit, ajx
no SI dim
WM.
LiELLh rroprtetor.
Hounc,
(FortnerlBontin Hoose,).
ti:rre iiAirri", i.i.,
rtiniRD STREET, two doors aoath f Ohio street.
M. Cole. Jamea and Bob Stewart, Propr a. Pre Bo.
to and fron tb. Boos, at all hoar, of th. day and night,
not Sdlj
ORIENTAL HOTEL,
ILLINOIS STREET,
One Square North of tb,e Union Depot,
Indianapolis. Indiana.
novl3 dim HOLLA M) A ftCUDDER, Prop'a
SHERMAN HOUSE,
Opp4aIte I'nlon Icp4t. '
IXDIAXAPOLIS IXD.
Scott, Hurgess cV Co., Proprlrtora.
nov I -d3m
MACY HOUSE,
Comer Illinois and Harket Street,
IaadIanap4ltM. Indiana.
F. T. FALXIR, X. FItTEC0ST, Proprittcts.
S
city
TRXET CARA ran to and boot ike doer of tb.
"Mecy" to th. Union Depot and all parts of las
P. S. Prom tha 234 of OtHober. IfsftS. tbo mvm af
Day Board will be rrducad to Sit DuUan per VoeA.
Dovl-djm
BILLIARDS.
New Billiard Hall.
GEM BILLIARD ROOM,
o. Vrl lVnishlnsrton Street.
SU 8CTREB TABLES, baina PhelaaUCoKbiMtio.
Poar Pocket Tabl.a, tb. bo.t In the city. Cen
trally locate!, aad easy of access, Taetac oa th. fro 4
floor.
Aa elegant Btr attached, which la suppl'ed with
chotc Ijqtora and Ciara. Open day and Blfkt.
vt3 dt
CLOAKS, ETC,
FORIlVTEn ate I.ILT,
StA-TTACTTlISI or
CLOAKS AAD JIAINTILLAS,
- an Jossa u -
Cloths, Silks, Cloaks and Dress Trimmings,
34 West Uaahincton SSroatt,
ISDIASAPOLU, I5DLAMA.
aovl . OpuaiiWs PalT Bot.
l&yiI5a aU deacrlptuaj at'r laasatThs
exeaxo office
JEWELRY.
HALF MILLICH DOLLARS WORTH TO EE CISPCSEO
I. "... CF AT CNE DOLLAR EACH, ,
j Witboat retard t. la.. 5ot U ta paiJ fsr aaU ja
! kocw what 70a ara ta rclT.
Splcutlid LUt of Article..
! All la av.ald farM: DOLLAH ratclal
j Milc Boies I 1 154 eak
HA dj aHtk Itfüi a&d Caa-
tiaa. . t t. m
j O0 aurtr TU and JTc Crni. 20 i. (4
i 3) da CotSnf r,ats 30 to 100
i IftO d lea Pitcfctra. ..... .. JO la au
fa
do
da
do
do
da
do
V . do SfrapCupa Ith SaJrarra Mu W
aooo do Gob:.u and Drlrwtrr
Cops.....
SOOO da Caattra.
JWOO 4a Fran. Car4 asd Caka
Baak 41..
5000 Doteo SJrtt Tea hpeoca,
10K) do da Table lpoocn aad
SM tat Coii Üan:iV'Ca4)
Watcles
Vi Itae Bol4 atv.1 Knaatri.4
H aotlng Cmm WelL.
500 Oent'a BaaUbf Cv S.lrer
51
Uta
SO io
lot
SO
50
SSta 40 te
50 to K"0 fach.
X5 to TO da
Waith. IPt It d.
SOO D itanaJ Klnra ia ta t urn a
50O Gll Vt and !fck Cbaina.... 4 ta 3u da
XJ0 da 0t&1 fUnd Bracal.u 4 M 8 Ha
Aal Jt aod intU B aciata. ft to 10 d.
20u Chatelaine Cfaaios and Guard
. ire S ta M d.
70.W iliiur. arid Go'J BroixieA... to U do
EiiOO Opal anJ If Derail Broochea... 4 to S do
aOOO Moaa e. Jet, Lava aad KlorwtiD
Kaid spa. .... ...
7500 ("oral, CVal aod L'meraU Ear-
4 to U
o'
4001 Ca.itorvla O-aRKaaa Rtm4 Pia 8 's ta
la
10
do
do
jtmni u..ia rt am vai .ica titjt j to to
do
sow r aid v.t rcbtKw s i ii
3io
a to
0
5o0 ft-ti ftoliulrt blr.T. limtont,
ftod-.etC
aooO Oa d TUIatbtM. Pencula, etc..-. ..
P-000 alai.turs Ia kei
k-O do 4a Magic 5pdn.
aaai -4d Tx.pcaa. Cr .. ic..
.' 0U Plain tiottl M ra
a
10
ro
a
la
10
II
10
da
.a
ii
do
o
!o
0
do
4 to
, JMto
10 to
a t
4 ta
25JU
4
10 0 9 cd. Stl and eUnet Ri. i
. .. . ....... a
llll D.MI.Oil Kit trt
in.. California Diamoud kiua
7 MO He a Latiea' Jfwj'rt-Jet aad
OelJ
ftVKJO Urb Lciir J.are'rjr C.meo,
Paa-t, Oal and tthr tone. .
10000 eil4 ID, Sitter Iitaoalon
!! der aad Peo 11
100OO Ool 1 P. nt acd GjI ! Muuoted
Ho d-ra
500 bold Pcna aad GuM Eat.ruion
11. der
5000 Lidiet'GiUandJatBuckl.a....
0U0 do da Hair Bar.
and Balla. . .......... . ...
S to
3 to 15 io
4 to IS do
4 to
4 to
IS to
ft to
10
10
li
do
do
di
do
3 to 10 do
Crti&eatea of tba varloaa u iri...M m..
Into
eoeclepea, aea'ed up and mixed ; ai.4 arbea oraarad. ar.
a.k. .a-T... a a . . .
ateu uuiwiKou rrgari to ccoic. an 1 S"Ct by mal,
tbua (irla. all a fair cbaooa. Oa reoslpt M tba eerl.B
catc, joa wUl aaa arbat yoa ara W bae. and Iben t i. at
your option t aend tba Uo.Ur and takath anie'e o'
not. Patcht$rs uif ttaisbtalQ a GolJW.'ei, Ds
atond kinf, or aa aat of Jewe.rj w onr liat lor UAK
Send S3 Cent for Certiflcnt.
la a'J transection, hy ina'l, we b.ll cbare f r for
warn tba CenlOctUaa, payin tha p:a. aod dome
th.bu.laes., 25 cent, each, w.Jc. mil t4 eoclotsrd
whea thereniflettei aent. flv Crt -ates wjl u
sant far 1; li for 12; 30 for 5; luO for IS.
Aoim -We w.nt a;.nta In every Rrfr.ment, ani In
erery town and county in tb Country, aod tb. actma
. - L. 1 1 1 . "
a. fua win v. a iow-4 iw ceou oa sery certirirt! or
der. by tbem. prorldel their rera'ittaar. amount, ta
Oaa Dollar. Affeota will cot oet Si cota fvr trrery cer-
Ufieate, aod rera.t 15 caoia to o. aber In C .ab o- Pot
ansStampa. BhTSRR0S V CO.,
novel d3aa 51 Libetty St., N.o York tit.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
CITY SHOE STORE
.o. 5 West Washington Street,
I
Keeps on hand th. tnost
Choice Election of (Joods
IM Tili: C1TT,
T PRICES that can not fail to scare t' patrouant
of all rooI Judges. Call sod etsm na f nr Hick
aud prices, aad salltfy yoar.elves that what we say Is
correct.- THOMAS UCSTKR A CO.
nov!3 dins
ASTROLOGICAL.
ASTR OL O O Y .
LookOut! Good cws for All!
233. YOl (J I.i:II4lS 233.
GREAT AXD REAL ASTROLOCIST.
Hi', aiill by thousands ha i been tried.
Ye. tbwu.aDds mora be'U meet;
For In Atrolir;y II mortal, can confine.
With Prof LonMaa, JJJ North llrtnots street.
nt TELLS T0C THE RVIXrS Or LIFE, AXD
can never be aurpad by anv In ibs m.attc.
sei. i.e. oftbe stars. lie Is tha arventa son ol tha aeeenfb
on fur seven seoeratlora, and born with a veil of light
Q baa been visited bv tbe most eminent men tutors,
Lawyer. Minister. Pritvrtpale o tba best Tbeolirc J
and PuM c 8tnlnare, Collr;., Aradem'e. a. d fc ool.
ne show j ou the 1 keness of your future Wife and II i
and, and under.ta.id tb. aeieoce of A'trology aa tha
Eeyt an, Penians and AraMans. from book and ora
cles, censtaatly relied on by tb. Evperor Kapoleos,
Qaea KI tabetb and Dr. twe, aod num-roo. otners.
em's HS Sörth Illinois treet. A.trol.r'cal eonsul'a
t!on I.aOe., on. dollar; Geo t lernen, two dollars.
nntrlS dSm
CICARS, TOBACCO, ETC.
WALLACE BROS.,
Wholesale Dealra and Manofactarers Agents for tb.
aa! of
C I G A E S,
Leaf and
llA.MFACTLRED TOBACCO,
And all kinds ofotlons.
ALSO.
Genl Commission Merchants,
And Merchandize Rrolter.
aoxm f os
Bcrgnan'H Soap,
47 SOITH DELLWARE ST.
Just received from tbe Manofactarers:
&0 Kgi JI anna's Fine Cut Chcwln:;
2U) Boxes llanna's Fine Cut Chen In?;
K0 Kegs Fine Cut Chcwinf, ass't brands;
100 Half BWs. STKokinp;
1Ö0 CaJJks Virginia Natural Leaf;
2.'0 Cadiiei Missouri Tobacco;
WyiO Cigars, feevcn-Thirties;
fA(i0 Cisrs, Union;
100a Cigars, aasf.rteJ Brand a;
.) Cases X. York and Connecticut Leaf.
The a' tent loo of oar WboleaIa 0-ooer I. reeet
fatly aolxned to oar asmples of Soa;ar, Offee aod T-a.
which we ar daily receiving from Clnrlnna'l and New
Turk. DOrZ7d3rD
CLAIM ACENCY.
FREE CLADI AGEACV.
rrirnirjL'B uakriko,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND AGENT 0. S. SANITARY CCVfISSKN.
0ca, Room So. 3. uj stal-a, half aqsar. east Palaver
House, IS West Waiblctoo .treat,
INDIANAPOLIS, I IST TD.
Collects Soldiersiaarma. Fres sf Claarfe.
Blacka an4 lüatnMrttoo. for every deecrlpiion of Cija.
sect by tsail to all who apply or them. nov29ilai
RENOVATORS.
rieanin? and Djeln? Establishtalnt.
THE TT?nTEDITATESDTS-BOrSE.-O.S8SOCTB
lUltolittrMt,lianap4Ua, Ind.ana,
At thia 14 aad weU-lrnowu eatabll.haect. th. lad tea
cab have atlka aad sroolaa (ootta dyed ta perm an act and
b. a unfa Icolora; aad genta' gai inauu iboroa;aJy r.aova
ted ani repaired.
Mew and second-hand clothiag botutht and aaM; aJao,
a paUcviar branch In tha hnitaaaa dooomtpatod fin. draw
tna: billlai dt.bla doth, or tear ta any rarmant caa bo
aw wrwarbtlLat tt oan aot be nathl. to tt. Baked 7.
aUtB.tab.rth. laa. Ma. U loath iranaAsatreel.
novtdtf jnaara siarrib pains
MILLINERY.
CITY MILLINERY
ASD
LADIES' FURMSnLVG STORE,
152 East Washington Street, X. F. cerner cf
Alabama.
THE BEST fLACt TO BUT T07S
nomfTTTH. ,
HAT.
Xaii JA-Ti a. tü ana
r.LIt.I.siIIU4tOIS.
"CUt a ta th. test styl aad very cheap.
Jir rtry and cwaatry friend will find our aaeorUaa-at
beat ant cheapeat ta tb. city.
Wo oovUaa. to Iaacb, Prova, Color and do t old
wk. . MX a. W. EfEACT.
nrvl6-tlat . . .
POSTXTU baatly prinUd la colors, at tho'7
. . : . ' . . BXJLALÖ JUI &0CM1.
AGRICULTURAL WORKS.
IMotropolittin
Agricultural Works,
bs, Wl VrwS Wnwlalasslosa trwt.
INWANUrOLI-, 1.VDIA5A.
Clipper Drag Saw,
OTJR MAtTDIXE auals at tl. Laai ol th sia'kat,
hvir.f tSHs the Brat pm an .t car ta'. Btato
Vaur. et . t csaastl.o.; Aa to if p naii.aa aa
the Kentucky JJtata far. ai a ivtaeroai .a.tf fair.
t nniMii'i ifr-crb w.h pjrtit'inj, aJ ts, aeve-al
pa. auar A raaL.ee. akk Are aecarwi by liiaf Ta aat
Fartu and Sprin-; TCa?on
Qt superior male rial &J t-Uh, a'.trsj 1 oa hax4.
AU lVork Vnrrnnlcd. Send tor
Irlc I.Uta
UTA llharal dlacotnt t. th. trade.
tvlJ d;f
CSf E. M ABSII A WiGOlSrS.
TAILORINC.
STüLWüUTUV I PIERSÜ.V,
Mercliant Tailors,
-". 17 .".orth !Xerldlan Mfrec.
Xear the Journal 0J!?,
INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA.
BOTlSdtm
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
joiiv t. pAAeOKS. As'LstkCacur. iiManfLtrr
NEW WHOLESALE
BLANK BOOK
M IIOOI, nOOK, PAPER
A!CT-
STATIONERY HOUSE.
Papsoxs, Macailey k Co.,
Xo. 13 Wert Maryland tfu
INDIANAPOLIS.
O1
TTKR TO THE TRD a trn. f!rt n. of roods
at the lowe.t pic of CbarB.t 1 r.aiil or Maar
Toik. Our Lix. of SiAtiet-.r; co.Uu to artf
Envelopes,
Diaries for 18CG.
Cap,
Demy and
Medina Clanks,
Folio and Qnarto,
Letter Paper,
ote Paper,
Leal ap,
Reeord I an.
uui a.',
rail bo and and
En;. Blot. Partfr.hilf bntmtf.
En?. Riot. Pads, Memorandaas,
Arnold's inks, Pass Books,
French Cop. Inks, Bank Books,
Dai Id's Blue Ink. Pan er Fasttnern.
Daiid's Black Ink, Paper Clips,
rareiarmineink, Invoice Books,
Fabcr Pencils. Letter do.
Star Pencils, Scrap do,
Inion Pencils, Skeleton do,
carpenter's do, Portfolio,
Rabber Goods,
Balers Rabber.
Steel Pens,
Rolers, Wood,
Office Tape,
Eyelet Sets and
Eyelets,
Spring Tapes,
Snon? fane.
Pen Holders,
SealiD 11 ax,
Ink Stands,
Copying Presses,
Pea Racks,
P. O. Boxes.
Check Cancelors,
Envelope Boxes. Erasers.
Letter Openers, Propellors,
ibess Boards, Dice,
Crayons, Slate Pencils,
Slates, Rhodes' Mocllage,
Rhode' Oil Boards, etc., etc.
School Books of Every Kind,
At tbe Iowewt llceas.
MereoenU.loenraneo 09oaa, Coanty OÄca. Ealred
ktea, Baakara. aa4 ail ottaae. ta want of asaoda la ear
Uoa wui do well to call and a. er stock, borora Bar
chaicE e'aewber.
Oder by ak.il t2a4 prosaptly.
bovU dim.
BOOKS AIVD PAPER
AT
WHOLESALE.
500
VOZ13 fPELLXSX
ajOO D0ZI5 WEACEU.
OB DOZE5 GIOJAApinXa,
IO0DG2IS CaUatVlai,
a,ouo a exits warn, a parta.
1,000 REAMS WlkfTlM fArXK.
5s0 IE AMI fLST fAflEJi
1.000.000 EirTELOP.
ym 1 or is ttles ia.
jncana! H055ET 9Q-tZ.
OB D02H LATH
. JC,Sut SLATS PEaCHJ,
Ali. At
C.aAtmia.'i or CMcag WXqI-üU Priem.
At
JJOWCSB SlMWttrt At C4KtB
dtf ' IsDiAXAWLlI, If a
ffil BCKALD MSUEAT le rkr4 U UM
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