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THE DOCTOR'S COLUMN. . M. A. B., Westerly. H. I. I am troubled with catarrh of. head and stomach, also kidney trouble and nervousness. Take Natrollthic Salt, a tea?pooful in half a glass of water, half an hour before breakfast. Take Cerebrlne. extract of the brain, in three-drop doses, three times dally, on the tongue. Ijw I. For your palpAtatlon of the heart take Cardine In three-drop do?es three times daily. For the nervousness take Cerebrlne, extract of brain, in same dose, alternating. For your daughter's nervous condition give Cardine, extract of the heart. In three drop doses, morning and evening. n. O., Memphis', Tenn. For the hysterical Condition ar.-l th uterine difficulty take varine. in three-drop doses, three time3 dally, on the tongue. Mrs.. V.. 3Iobile For the neurasthenia t.k. Ovarine in three-drop doses on "the Ungu three times daily, and for the con stiraUon use Natrolithic Salt, a teaspoon ful in a half tumbler of water before break fa; t. X. J.. St. Paul. Minn. I have spent some yr-ira on the Mississippi river, have con tracted malaria. Please, state some remedy, Take Febricide nils, one three times daily. S. IJ Jersey City For thf eczema of the scalp use a pure cap with hot-water every rooming. carlolized vaseline every' evening. Ta Thyroidine. extract of the - thyroid Ldand. In three-drop doses three times daily. W. T. PARKKR, M. D. P. S. AH letters of inquiry on medical lurjects directed to the Columbia Chem ical Company, Washington. D. C. will be answrred free, cither in these columns or by mail direct. The Animal Extracts Tbe most wonderful therapeutic discovery since tbe days oi Jenner. CEREBRI? E, - - From tho Brain For Dieaes of the Iiraln and Nervous System. MEDULLINE, From the Spinal Cord For Eptlep-y, Locomotor Ataxia, etc. CARDINE, - - - From tho Heart For Diseases or the heart. TESTIME, - For Iremature Decay OVARINE, For Diseases of Women T H Y RO I D I N E, F or Eczema and I mpuri tiea of the Blood Dose, 5 Drops. ALL l)l:Uli(il.STS. Price, Two Drachms, $1 Send for Booi. FCDniCIDK PILLS For Malarial Affections and all Inflam matory Diseases of which Fever is an ac companiment. Of inestimable value in Neuralgia; for Sick Headache a specific. Price, per box of 20 pills, 50 cents: 100 puis. -v . . . NATROUTIHC SALTS For Habitual Constipation, Torpor of the Bowels or Inaction of the Liver, Head ache, Gastric Dyspepsia. Intestinal Dys- tepsia.- wait of Appetite, Langour and ebillty. As a mild, effective purgative it, has no equal. Price. SO centa per bottle, COLl.MniA CHEMICAL COMPANY, Waihingion, D. C. HENRY J. HUDER. Agent.. STRICTER BAR RULES SCPEIUOIt COt llT JUDGES ItEGlLA TIOXS FOR NCW LAWYERS. SInst Dc Examined by a Committee Receiver flutter, of the Wheel Trust, DlMehnreeil. The Superior Court, fn general term, yes terday, adopted the following rules govern ing: the admission of all applicants as at torneys at the bar of their court: "1. Such applicant, before admission and preliminary thereto shall establish his good moral character and other statutory qualifi cations by trial before and verdict of a Jury, to be empaneled for that purpose un der direction of the court, or, ' "Rule 2. Such applicant shall produce and file In open court a certificate that he. pos sesses all the necessary qualifications en titling him to such admission, signed by the following committee of attorneys, here and now appointed by this court as a stand ing committee' thereof, for that " purpose, viz.: Samuel O. Pickens. Charles W. Smith. John B. Elam, John S. Berryhill and Charles N. Thompson, the court reserving the right to place additional members upon raid committee, or to change from time to time the membership thereof, if occasion shall require. This order does not apply to attorneys of other counties In thi3 State, or of other States who may apply for ad mission to the bar' of this court." EXPRESS CO.MPAMES CASE. Realatlnic A in em for Taxation on Their Indlunn Routeit. The suit between the. three express com panies have agencies In: Indiana against the county treasurer to enjoin the collection of taxes was argued yesterday morning In the Circuit Court, Attorney-general Ketch am appearing for tho State. Tfce suit ap pears In the name of the Adams conirany, although all threo are equally intekesfed. They contend that they should not be taxed except upon the tangible property, and that their routes, or contracts, with certain com panies for exclusive business in certain territory ought not to be held for taxation. Mr. Ketchani argued that the principles of law in the case had already been settled by the Supreme Court of the United States in the Western Union and railroad case3, which were carried up several years ago. The argument was upon the motion to Ptrike out the answer rf the State to the complaint, and tho court took tha matter under advisement. TiOT PRE31 EDITATED Mt'RDKR. Absence or Testimony to This Effect In Stahicun , Cnsc. The trial of Iavid Stahlcup for the mur der of George Owen, In a barrel house on East Washington street, wa in progress yesterday in the Criminal Court. The de fendant was put en -the stand during the afternoon and the State then examined wit nesses to fhow the peaceable character cf 'Orron. There was an absence of testi mony showing premeditated murder. The jary will receive the case ttU morning. Pnlnied Oft n Child, He AIIckcs. William T. Potts yesterday nied a suit for divorce from Laura J. Uotts on the ground of unfaithfulness and desertion. He charges that at one time she pretended to give birth to a child, hut in reality was palming off the child cf another woman ,,ron him as his own. The defendant has left the State. He Just "Took" the Drill. Judge Stubba yesterday fined John EIs rneyer 510 and costs and sentenced him to thirty days in the workhouse for-stealing a corn drill belonging to his employer, a farmer.. He said that he had taken the drill to compel payment to him of money owed him. . Transcript of r,HH Pncen. Deputy United States Clerk Nichols has completed tho transcript In the case of Pope, receiver, against the Monon rail road The ca.e goes to the Circuit Court of Appeals. The transcript contains five thousand page. - THE COURT RECORD. Circuit Court. Edgar A. Brown, Judge. State of Indiana vs. The Adams Express Company. For taxes. On trial by court. er Suit Filed.. Peter Carpenter vs. Mary Carpenter; di verge. Position and Infidelity. Eleanor E- West vs. Joseph I. West; divorce. Cruelty. Sam C Cox. of Chicago, lowered the lowi State quarter-mile wheel record at !jvnrort. la., hi time being :2. Chris Boysehou, al?o of Chicago, clipped ijfty-one seconds rrom me i.re nve-nuie reeoru. placing It at 12:31. ft. P. Searle lowered the twenty-five mile record from 1:7 to 1:11:2.7 and established a new fifteen-mile reoord of forty-three minute, a new twenty-mile reo crd of r7:-".7 and an hour record of twenty til fUc-tljhths miles. NO DEAL YET CLOSED CAIRO SHORT L!!H HAS MOT SE CURED THE C.. P. & ST. L. Sale "Will .t lie Made for Several Months, If nt All Heavy Business Expected Iy Freight OHIcIals. The reports that a deal lias been closed by whjch the Chicago, Peoria & St. Louis railway passes Into the hands of the St. Louis, Alton &. Terre Haute company, com monly known as the Cairo Short-line, are pronounced premature and Incorrect at the former company's general offices m Spring field, 111. The sale will not be made for several months, if at all. There are sev eral matters that will have to bo disposed of if the sale is made, the failure to dL-poise of any of which might render the vieal im possible. President George W. IVirc-r, if the Cairo Short-line, has been appointed by Receiver Bosworth as his agent, more par ticularly to have a voice in the expenditure of $200,000 In betterments to the pixiity, the idea being that if the sale to the Cairo Short-line goes through it shall cate from July 1. In the meantime there will be no changes whatever in the odiciaU of the Chicago, Peoria Ac St. Louis railway, i.or in the methods of conducting the affairs of the property. t Mr. En can's Railroad Career. W. W. Fagan, general superintendent of the Kansas City, Fort Scott & Memphis, who resigned lately, is one of the best known railroad men in the country. Through merit and Industry he rose step by step from the position of newsboy to the general superintendence' of an impor tant railway system. He first entered the railway service in 1833, at the age of fifteen years, as a newsboy on the Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette railway. At the end of six months he became a fireman. He shoveled coal into a' tire box for seven months and then .went to work in the ma chlne shops of the road. He remained there for eight months, and at the end of that time was given charge of an engine. Dur ing tho following ten years he was locomo tive engineer and foreman of the roundhouses.- For a year he acted as train dis patcher and for another year as freight and passenger conductor. In June, 1SG9, he went to the Santa Fe road as conductor, out was soon promoted to the position of as sistant, superintendent in charge of main tenance of way and construction. From 1871 to he was general superintendent of , the Kansas .Midland . railway, . and for the next three years was superintendent of the Western division of the Hannibal & St.- Joseph railway.. He next accepted the position of assistant superintendent of the . Central branch of the Union Pacific. In July. 1SS3, he was made superintendent of the western division of the Missouri Pa cific, but In 1SS7 he accepted a flattering offer to act as superintendent of the Mem phis railway. It Is .said that Mr. Fagan has had offers from the Sania Fe and the Missouri Pacific" railways, but has not ac cepted.. It Is stated that J. H. Kmmett. di vision superintendent, with headquarters at Springfield. Mo., will succeed Mr. Fagan as general superintendent. ." . A Heavy Ilnslness Expected. Among freight officials it is thought that east-bound shipments this week will be very large, shippers cf grain and provisions taking advantage of the last week of low rates, as there are conditions connected with the late action of the presidents which carry more weight than have any former agreements. "When the syndicates which furnish the. money to build roads and to refund bonds as they fall due with the older road." said 'a general manager, "say that rate cutting muse stop or tho roads will go to the wall financially It Is a strung hint to railway managers that a halt must be called. ' and business. 1 carried at all, must be carried at paying rates." This move Is more effective than many would sup pose, as there are but few roads so Inde pendent financially that they can say to these moneyed syndicates. "We are running our roads to suit ourselves." Then, freight officials are becoming alarmed over " the turn matters are taking and begin to think that the officials who have made such large tonnage records by cutting rates are liable to be dropped 'When the presidents come to their senses. - On Monday next east-bound rates will doubtless be advanced to the basis of 2j cents per 100 pounds on grain and grain products, and to 30 cents per 100 on provisions. . v Receiver for the II., Z. fc C. On the application of the first mortgage bondholders of the Uellalre, Zancsvillc & Cincinnati railway, J. K. Geddes, formerly general manager, has been named receiver by the court of Eelrr.ont county, Ohio. The company yesterday defaulted in interest on prior lien bonds, and the action was taken for the purpose of forestalling any move ment of this kind on the part of the hold ers of these bonds. The road is closely connected with the Columbus, Sandusky.& Hocking in a plan for reorganization, hut the naming of a receiver for one had noth ing to do with the receiver for the other. It la t Vi -ill ch t hv th mnnawnifnt that m plans for reorganization of the road will be j carrirsi oui a.f projecieu. J. H. Stewart, receiver of the Columbus, Sandusky fc flocking railroad, has appoint ed William Thornburg general manager. He was " general 'superintendent under the old regime, and 'was brought to the road by President (luerln about four months ago, with the view, it Is .understood, of making him receiver, should that emergency arise. It would-seem that the Guerin influence is still in control: Lovr-Rntes, hut no Freight. Said the general agent of the fast freight lines: "It Is a singular fact that during 1SJ2 and prior to that period, when grain rates were, maintained at a basis of 5 cents. Chicago to New York, local fast freight line agents were booking export flour in lots of 5,000 and 10,000 sacks., the miller cheerfully paying 'the rate of 23 crnts to New York ami Roston. and at the same time standing an ocean rate of from 8 to 10 shil lings from those- points, the flour rate to New York and Boston in now lo cents and the ocean rate from those ports to Liver pool Is from 4 to " shillings. The Acme and Pdanton mills are completely shut down, and Evans is running onlv on about half tim. The two mills at Fraklin. the one at Seymour, the three at Terre Haute, and others, are doing practically nothing in the export line. Thus, when it cost 112 to transport a car of flour to Liverpool, busi ness was booming and the railroads and millers both prospered, while now, when a carload can be delivered in L'vernool for 5i3.2o, scarcely a pound can be sold." . , Train Accidents of May," ThV monthly statement of accidents oc curring on the steam roads of the United States, published by the Railroad Gazette, shows that in May there were 111 accidents. In which 23 persons were killed and 127 in jured. Of the Killed, but three were passen gers, and only one was on the train when killed. ' Of the Injured, 62 were passenger. 63 employes, and three trespassers. During the month there were 47 rear-end and head collisions. derailments and 6 other acci dents. The accident record 13 again a com paratively small oi though there were a number of ind'.viduaPcases which were bad ones. , One of the singular features of the month is that more passensers were killed on electrfc lives in May than on the steam roads, anti nearly as many injured. In fifty six of th accidents which occurred on steam roads, no injury was inflicted on employe or passenger worthy of record, which is another remarkable feature of tr monthly report; Farther KiTecls of Cut Rates. Kast-bound shipments from Chicago last week amounted to .".971 tons, against 52, 402 for tho preceding week, and 42.1S2 tons for the corresponding week of last year. The roads carried ..tonnage as follows; Michigan Central. 4.30$: Wabash. 3.13T: Lake .Shore. 8.U73; Fort Wayne, 7.370; Pan handle, t,bll; Raltimore A: Ohio, 4.; Grand Trunk. 3,22: Nickel-plate. Vm; Erie. 6,l: Big Four. 2.Zlf Shipments were made up of the following articles in tons: Flour. 1.1S: grain and rntllstuffs, 7. 0o; provisions, "lard. etc.. 10.271: dressed beef, butter, hides, 1,.72; lum ber. 5,rt: miscellaneous, UV. Iike ship ments for the week amounted to 3J.797 tons. Personal, Local nnil General Notes. Th trunk lines will niak another etTort to bring about a money pooling agreement., The directors of the Central railroad of New Jersey have declared a quarterly divi dend cf U per cent. A local passenger men's associitlon has been organized at dan Francisco, with twenty-two members. The. inspection oi watches carried by em- P loyes on the Michigan division of the Big oi' began yesterday. Samuel Hice, agent .of the Big Four at th ' lower ticket ofiice of the company. was called to Greensburg yesterday toat ter.d the funeral of a relative, who died very suddenly on Sunday. , Charles Todd, train dispatcher of the Wabash, was married on Sunday to a young lady of Fort Wayne. The C. C. C. & St. I. earned In-the third week of June ?6t.GCW, an ' increase oyer the corresponding week, of 1S0I of 531,- "fhe Chicago & Alton is running to dif ferent points on Its system what It styles shopping excursions, which is proving fjuite a popular move. M. K. Ingalls, president of the Biff Four, left New York yesterday, and will spend this week at Hot Springs, W. Va., where his family is stopping. James .Watson, a veteran locomotive en gineer on the JJlg Four, who was relieved a few weeks ago on account ' of careless ness, has been reinstated. This is a busy week with the passenger men, all tho excursion business comins bunched. The teachers will leave on. Sat urday next on their Denver trip. The State of Illinois contains more rail road mileage than does any other State in the Union, and has the largest mileage proportionately of prosperous roads. C. 15. Brown, agent of the Rig Four at Fairland, IncL, has been granted two months' leave of absence. While, he Is away C. H. Colgan will act as agent. For the fifth consecutive time since the present receivership, the Philadelphia & Reading railroad yesterday defaulted on the interest due upon the general mortgage bonds, but paid all prior fiens. There has not been a week since the 1st of January that there has not been an In crease in passenger earnings on the Luls vllle. New Albany & Chicago as compared with corresponding weeks of 1894. The Chicago, Burlington & Qulncy yester day put on a line of dining cars to run be tween St. iouis and Denver. This com pany Is building up a fine passenger busi ness from St. Iouis to the Northwest. The Chicago & Alton yesterday short ened the running time of Its express trains between Chicago and Kansas City to fif teen hours, and has put on a midnight special to run between Chicago . and St. Louis. . The steam shovels have been sent by the Rig Four to Wabash to commence the work of filling up the old-canal bed, which will be part of the ground on which the new shops of the Big Four are to be erected. The business of the Great Northern road for June, it is said, was the heaviest of any month In Its history, and on the strength of it President Hill has ordered a number of new locomotives and five hun dred new freight cars. W. H. McDoeJ, vice president and general manager of the Iouisville. New Albany & Chicago, spent yesterday In the city look ing Into the terminal question. Now that the new shops at Iafayette are about com pleted he can look after otiicr needed im provements In their yards, etc., at' In dianapolis. . J II. Emmert, division superintendent of the Kansas City, Fort Scott & Memphis rofid, has been appointed general superin tendent of the Memphis system, vice W. W. Fagan, resigned. Mr. Emmert's headquar ters will be in Kansas City. Mr. R. R. Hammond succeeds Mr. Emmert as division superintendent. . , f. .,'. It is estimated that the quantity of coal now loaded on boats at Pittsburg and wait ing the rise of the Ohio river would load 2J.O0O cars, thirty tons each. .The- low stage of the water holding this coal back is proving a bonanza for the. Chesapeake He. Ohio, which is bringing to market. all the coal it can get-cars to haul. The Legislature of Ohio will be asked by railway employes to pass a law requiring railroad companies to pay interest on back wa?eH. Some of the Ohio roads are three months behind In their' pay. Fortunately, Indiana has but one railway company that is now behind . in its wases to-employes, and that will be paid within Elxty days.. A few months ago the freight bureau at Denver passed out of existence. The mer chants find that it wa3 a more useful Insti tution than they had credited it with be ing, and are taking steps to reorganize a n?w bureau. Indianapolis is another point where a- freight bureau. If properly oper ated, would be of great advantage to the shippers and aid to the roads. The St. Louis & Eastern railroad yester day made application to the federal court at Springfield, 111., for an order restraining Receiver Bosworth, of the Chicago, Peoria & St. Louis railroad, from excluding them from the use of the track between St. Peters and Glenn Carbon, which the lat ter railroad owns, but which both railroads use jointly. 'The St. Louis & Eastern rail road Is $20,000 behind in rent. M. D Hughes, general superintendent of the American Express Company, is in the city on official business. He frays it has been a good year thus far with the express companies, and had the fruit crops 4een as large as usual it would probably have been the banner year with companies. The popularity of the bicycle, and the great de mand for them has done much to Increase, the business of the express companies. ' Railroad managers.' in speaking of the demoralized state of the rate, situation, say that with th.e present volume of busi ness and normal rates the railroads would, he rloing exceedingly well as compared .with last year, tut the through rates now: rul ing are simply ruinous. The Pennsylvania people lay special stress on the -large tonnage carried and the ridiculous rates.,, Tbey-sav that rates are the whole trouble, with the railroad situation. , u , R. B. Starbuck, superintendent of tho Peoria, Decatur & Evansville, sends - at report of a run made by a . fast freight train on that road, which Is worthy oft note. The train made the run from Ev ansville to Mattoon (130 miles). Saturday' night, in five hours and thirty minutes, making stops for ten . railroad crossings, besides being delayed thirty-two - minuted taking coal, meet'ng tralnB and switch ing. The train consisted Vof perishable freight of seventeen cars. -. The sale of the Grcenileld & Northern railway, of Missouri, to the Memphis route, which has been rumored to have been pend ing for some time, has been consummated." The Greenfield &. Northern Is thirty-nine miles In length, running from South Green fielJ, on the main line of the Kansas City, Fcrt Scctt A Memphis road, to Aurora, on the Frisco line. The road was owned principally by John' Scullen. the St. Louis street-railway magnate, and J. A. West, of the St. Louis Trust Company. The road was bonded for $383,000. " Attorney D. D. Dykeman. of LogansportV fays that the lawsuits against the'. Eel; River Railroad Company and the )Vabash are now in the Supremo Court and will be decided this fall. A lawyer of national, reputation has been engaged to make the argument before the Supreme Court, and he. as well as Mr. Dykeman, anticipate an early victory. One of the cases is to de prive the Wabash of its lease of the Eel River road from Butler to Logansport, and the other Is to put the Eel River into the hands of a receiver and deprive it of its charter. The Western lines aro greatly pleastd over the practical settlement of the Ore gon Short-line receivership case. The' status of this matter has been uch that it was impossible heretofore for the Union Pacific to take any action in. the reorgani zation of the Western lanes Passenger As sociation. It Is now free to act as it choose, and there Is little doubt that It wlli f.Jon have rates placed on a stable basis, or take such a stand that the other roads will be ab.'e to cstahlish them. The freight men also are confident that .the turn things have taken will induce the. Union Pacific to restore freight rates to Utah common points, which It cut so deep ly when there was a prospect that it mlsrht lose the Oregon Short-line. The Northwestern road has decided to run on July 4 and 3 fast trains from t'hl cago to Denver, leaving Chicago at 12:C0 p. m.. and arriving at Denver at 5:30 p. m. next day. TEXT-BOOKS ORDERED REVISED. ' Slnte Schoolhook Conimtftloners Adopt a Formal Resolution. The State Board of Schoojbook Commis sioners held a meeting yesterday in the office of Superintendent Geeting and con-! sidered the question of the revision" of his tories. ' The briefs of the G. A. II. men and the publishers were before the board and under discussion for Fome time. This be ing the last day on which the hoard can give notice of requiring a revision, it was decided to adopt a formal resolution to that effect and consider what chansc should he made to-day. It was also decided to order a revision of physiologies in the same manner. The resolution also included notice to the present contractors for fur-' nishing language books and grammars that on the expiration of the contract new bids would be called for. Another meeting will be held this morning. Building: Permits. David Cline. frame house, corner Rovllle avenue snd Ohio street, JW. SMney Renlok, frame church, Barth ave nue, $1.C')0. RanKiim King, frame house, 1Z2$ North Pennsvlvanla street. fl.f. , C. F. S?h river, addition to barn, Oriental and Washington street. H. A. Kedson, frame house. Pratt street, between Meridian and Pennsylvania, t?2. V. Ostermever. double frame house, Ohio steet and Highland avenue. fc9. Dr. Price's Crcrni Dsklnj, Powder World's Ftlr Highest Medal tnd Diploma. GALA DAY OP RACES ENTRIES I P TO DATE IX THE TOt RX AMK.VTOX 'THURSDAY., A IlcRiilar All-Day ricntc to lie Held nt the State Fair "'Grounds. - Thursday; the Fourth, of July, will le a gala, day for bicyclers in this city. A pro gramme has heeni arranged: to continue all day. . Then? will be a large parade In the morning, in which an endeavor will be made to have as largo a per cent, of the wheel men in town in 'line as possible. The day's progranime at tho fair grounds will begin with a ball rgame'dh the morning at the new ball ground?, opposite the entrance to the fair grounds, -between the Waverleys and the Outings. This is the third game of a scries, -each team .having won one game. One ticket Tvlll admit to the ball park and fair grounds, and one grand-stand ticket admits to both grand stands. After the ball game two hours will be. spent In general recreation 'and eating lunches. For those who do not take lunch with them there " will' be oh' sale' light lunches at the refreshment stands. The ball game will be called at 10 o'clock and will be over about noon. The races will begin at 2 o'clock, but just before the races there will be a balloon ascension and parachute leap. The races and entries for them up to last night are as follows: One-mile novice Marshall T. Levey. Eu gene Buehler and S.-O. Watson, city, and Howard Long, Angola. Quarter-mile tate championship W. T. Hause, Greensburg; Marion Rlack, Fort Wayne: Kills Hunter, W. T. Rontield, city.- Half mile. Class B James Levy and A. E. Lumsden. -Chicago; W. F. Clemens and C. G. Fisher, city. Mile State championship W. T. Ronfleld, Ellis Hunter, city; W. T. Hause. Greens burg; Howard 'liOtiKV-'An-gola Huron Hat ton, Samuel - Singleton. -Attica; Marlon Rlack. Fort Wayne; Arthar P. Stone, Terre Haute. -' ' Half mile, boys tinder twelve George Hig glns, city: H. M. Muse, Mulberry. One mile, " Indiahapolis championship C. G. Sander, W. '-Tv-Ron field, M. T. Levey, Eugene Buehler. Kllis Hunter. One mile. Class IJames Levy and A. E. Lumsden, ChlcagoV'W. F. Clemens and C. G. Fisher, city. Two-mile . State ' championship W. T. Hause, Greensburg: 'Howard Long, Angola; Marlon Rlack, .ForU; Wayne;" Ellis Hunter and W. T. RonfieldVchy; Arthur P. Stone, Terre Haute. ' - . v One mile, boys'iinder sixteen Eddie. J. Figner, Falrmount; JL M. .Muse, Mulberry: S. O. Watson. Ralph Howland. J. H. Likens and Harry ;W. Deputy, city. . Half-mile States 'championship W. T. Hause.. Greensburgr JJuron Hatton and Sam uel Singleton, Attlcp; Marlon Black, Fort Wayne;. Ellisr.HuMr,:and W.T. Ronfield, city. ., -V . Two miles, ,CjaS3 .C James Levy and .A. E Lumsden, Chicago; W. F. Clemens and C. G. Fisher, city; ' . Five-milo. State " championship W. - T. Hause, Greeneburg;-(Howard Long, Angola; Huron Hatton antUSamael Singleton, At tica: Marion RJa', Fort -Wayne; Ellis Hunter and W. IV Ronfleld, city; Arthur P. Stone, Terre Haute. Following the race's there will be an ex hibition of trick riding by Rarber, who, it Is claimed, Is the. chajnpion of the world. Then will come.ajraee between a pacing stallion, Tony Boy, and a tandem mounted Dy Ellis Hunter, and Carl Fisher. The horse is In fine shape and Irv-a few trial heats has held the tand?m -nJowrti to an even race. It is expected that-tM3wijl be very close, and will excite great interest. It will be for three heats. . ' .... Nothing has been, left undone that will assist to make, thisva day of pleasure to bicyclists and others. It will be somewhat like a picnic at .the fair -grounds all day. There are - plenty rot pretty shady nooks wherein -parties can eat their lunches, or. If they prefer it, there are plenty of build ings with tables that can be used for this purpose. " j THE PAHADff TX : THURSDAY. ' It "Will Start front , the Stntchonse Early ..'iljfljt Morning;. The bicycle parade.of ifrhursday morning promises to be ono 'of .the features of the day. The affair Is-being boomed by tho leading wheelmen art! 'everybody who riles is asked to' join IrihV parade. Those per sons wh think the wheelmen, are capturing the earth wi;i be given an opportunity to see what a largo ariyf thr.e Is in this city. The number of. Inlianapclis wheelmen has been estimated .HfTfrom- four thousand to efsht thousand 'antne'.frosty old gentle man who linds.lt hArd work, keeping out of their way, swears t.here are twenty thou- sana o: menu in the para cipal lmprov rancy "riders. ,.sc riders. business '"mc'a."-tfoTnen and girls aro asked to fall In lih.. -or. it is the intention to fcimply paralyze ;yjsttars with the nura-, ber of Indianapolis. riders. . The parade .will .form at 8:31 o'clock'in the morning, on tfye; 'Mississippi-street side of the Statehouse. ,A: brass band, drawn by four horses, .will. Jeair th way. Those who do not care to frt wifn the procession, all the way to the ,f air, .grounds may fall out at Fall creek. A'mifnber of wheelmen are preparing decorations for their machines, and a liberal use oft bunting Is promised. DAILY VITA L-lSTATISTICS JULY 1. Deoth. John McGrath. beverUy'rsix years, 136 Fay ette street, apoplexy. .x. Elnora Cooper, forfy years, 140 Cherry street, rupture., -. t-: Daisy R. Lovell, ixten years, 32$ East Georgia street, obstipation.- Ida Meyers, nineteen '. years, 137 Church street, phthisis pulnionalis. Walter Pool, tw years, Eugene and Ra der street, dysentery. ; Edna . P. Sisson, one year, 67 Shoemaker street, pneumonia : C. T: Sullivan, eighty-three years, 410 North Meridian street, apoplexy. Margaret A. Rerry. -sixty-seven year3, 1 Park street, uremic -poisoning. : Birth. . ' A, and Sophia Dixon, 413 West Michigan street, boy. " ... Kd and. Mary.-Welsh rear 111 Minerva street, boy. ' . ; . . w. ' . Fred and E. Ilaskamp, 4f Last Llghth street, girl. ..':''' - Blnrrlnne Idcenaea. Joseph Goldberger and 'Bertha Izor. Earl Roberts aud Lillle MeKlnney. Henry T. Hustet and Jennie E. Modlln. Strawder R. .Ruffner and Lulvlda Cul lins. John J. O'Brien and Anna Dumas. Charles C. Stoner .and Rosa Knox. Alwavs patronize the home article. Specially if it's better. Cook's Extra Dry Imperial Champagne has no equal. the Education of plants. '-' More than a hundred years ago a Jesuit missionary found , a . certain bark (now called calisaya crr cinchona) In use among the tribes of Iru as a "cure for fever. This led to the discovery of quinine Its alkaloid and active .principle. Originally' containing tut a very small percentage of the active principle, the bark, of. this tree, under care ful cultivation, Toy yields several times the amount. k " ' ' . By the same method the Shakers of Mt.' Lebanon, N. V have developed, both as to quaatily and quality, .the medicinal prlncU pies of the herbs trom which the Shaker Digestive Cordial, fheir' well-known remedy for indigestion and! dyspepsia, is now made. They have persuade-4 nature to uo for suffer ing humanity vastly 'more than she at first intended. As quinine 'i without a rival in its own held so this- preparation of the Shakers is destined, to-become for all the aliments of the digestive tract now grouped under the general head of dyspepsia. . Some of tho symptoms calling for its use are as follows; pistress-after eating, sick ness and nausea, pains In the head, chest, sides and back, foul taste In the mouth and the rising of an offensive gas from the stomach, costlveness and irregular action of the bowels, variable appetite, sick headache, ringing in the ears, palpitation and heart turn, loss of, sleep. -the "fidgets.' a tired and weary feeling, sore muscles, mental de pression, etc. . ' . To relieve and cure this universal disease (the source of most, others the Shaker Digestive Cordial -is;, expressly auapiea. Ltk quinine, it is a specialty, a specific. Its' Rood effects are felt at once.. Fnlike qui nine. It is pleasant to the palate, always effective, 'never. tiarmful. For this the Shakers pledge their reputation as. herbal ists. And its success, thus far bears them cut. ...... . To settle whether It is what you need try a lfv-cent bottle. For. sale by nearly all , druggists. r rvyerrnooy js asKea to join le whiHiwul ride over. the prin- edliftjrW. .Racers, roadsters. rucr riders. Doys. ordinary THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS THIS IS AT IS AT STORE IS AT IS AT IS AT IS AT IS AT IS AT OIS: IVXEP3:' ' M-OOl: Savings Instead of $10 and $12, you pay $6.75. Savings instead of $10 and $12, you pay $6.75. . Savings instead of $16 and $15, you pay $9.75.: Savings instead of $25, and $22, and $20, you pay Attractive Attractive Attractive Attractive Juvenile Suits in town Juvenile Suits In town Prettiest Prettiest Prettiest Juvenile Suits in town Mother's Mother's Mother's Friend Shirt Waists Friend Shirt Waists Friend Shirt Waists 18 etndL "Alaska" Refrigerators, White Moutit<iFreezers, Water, Coolers and Filters, And all Hot Weather Goods. LILLY & STALNAKER. FLANNER & BUCHANAN FUNERAL DIRECTORS. W baTe removed to new and cominoclloas quarter, rerfect privacy and convenience assured. L'bapel and Morgue In charge of lady attendant. 172 North IHInoli Street. KUHLMAX Chas. I. died Sunday, at 10:50 p. m., at 253 West Washington street. " Fu neral from his late residence, 267 Shelby street, Wednesday, at 2 p. m. Funeral private. KNOX Mattie Knox, aged ten years, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. George Knox, 230 Olive street. Funeral at resi dence this rooming, at 9:U0 o'clock. In terment at Cherokee. la. BURTON Mr. George H. Rurton died at his home. 13S North Mississippi street, June 30, 1895. aged seventy-eight years. Funeral from residence, Tuesday; July c2, at 4 o'clock. Friends invited. . CARTER The funeral of Brtce. M. Carter, who died Sunday, will occur at 2 p. m. to-day from the residence. No. 434 Cen tral avenue. Friends invited. MASONIC Oriental Lodge, No. 500, F. and A. M. Called meeting this (Tuesday) even ing, for work in the first degree. EDWARD D. MOORE, W. M. HOWARD KIMBALL. Secretary. CARTER Members of the Builders'. Ex change are requested to meet at their rooms. 35 Eapt Ohio street, Tuesday, July 2. at 1 o'clock p. m., to attend in a body the fuaerai of B. M. Carter. 11. C. ADAMS. President. CHARLES BLAKE, Secretary. t LOST. LOST 5,000 wheelmen, ladies and gentle men, to assemble on the Mis?ls?ippl street side of the Statehouse) at 8:30 on tho morning of the Fourth to take part In a grand street parade. The Indian apolis Military Band, in a grand band wagon, pulled by Bird's best, will head the parade. Come everybody and Join in a short parade Just to show how many wheelmen there are in the city. This in vitation is especially extended to ladies. Those who wish can drop out after the parade, the balance will continue on to the race track, reaching there at 10 o'clock, In tlnvj for the ball game. Please come. . " . ' . OtXIK FOUND 5,000 wheelmen, ladies and gentle men, to assemble on the Mississippi-street side of the Statehouse at 8:30 on the morning of the Fourth to take part In a grand street paacle. The Indianapolis Military Band, in a grand band wagon, pulled by -Bird's best, will head the parade. Come everybody and join in a short parade Just to show how many wheelmen there are in the city. This in vitation is especially extended to ladles. Those who wish can. drop out after. the parade, 'the balance will continue on to the race track, reaching there at 10 o'clock, in time for the, ball game. Please come. ' . AN:;OUNCEMENT-5,000 wheelmen, ladies and gentlemen, to assemble on the Mississippi-street side of the Statehouse at 8:30 . on the morning of the Fourth to take part in a grand street parade. The Indianapolis Military Band. In a grand, band wagon, pulled by -Bird's best, will head the parade. Come everybody and join In a short parade just to show how many wheelmen there are in the city. This Invitation is especially extended to ladles. Those who wish can drop out after the parade, the balance will continue on to the race track, reaching there at jft o'clock, in time for the ball game' Please come. AlCTIOX SAI.K. AUCTION SALE To the trade, of about 500 dozen assorted men's and boys' percale laundered and unlaundered white shirts at. my room. No. 7S Kast Washington street, on Friday, July 5. at 10 a. m., con sisting of table-linen, men's tine shoes, notions, red wool shirts -and drawers, ladies' and gents' underwear, 5U dozen men's and boys' percale laundered and unlaundered white shirts, linen collars and uffs. neckwear and other goods. The above goods are very desirable; clean in original packages, and are all regular sizes. Terms cash. Sale positive. M. SOI)MON. Auctioneer. .. FOIl nET. fuk uti.M-o,w wneeimen. ladles and gentlemen, to assemble on the Mississippi-street side of the Statehouse -"at 8:30 on the morning of the Fourth to take part in a grand street parade. The In dianapolis Military Band, in a erand band wagon, pulled by Bird's bet will head the parade. Come everybody' anrt Join In a short parade just to show how many wheelmen there are in the Htv This Invitation is especially extended to ladies. Those who wish can TlSn om after the parade, the balance wilf con tinue on to the race track, reachinc "therV. at 10 o'clock In time for the baU cam Please come. " Eame. Koit nRT.FrnxiHKn hoi nr. s. FOR RENT-Modern ten-room houe wTiT furnished, hot and roid water -wl from' Juwlh8 ,r;r fl?e 5hborh& from July 8 to fcepr. 1. Reference i-. quired. Rent low for right Dam- fi at SO Christian avenue. Parl Cail THE THE TOP! TOR! TOP! TOP! TOP! TOP! TOFM TOP! THE THE THE THE THE THE MEN'S ALL-WOOL TROUSERS, WORTH $5, NOW $2.25. MEN'S ALL-WOOL TROUSERS, WORTH $5, JNOW $2.25. MEN'S ALL-WrOOL TROUSERS, WORTH $5, NOW $2.25. your choice, $3.87. your choice, $3.87. your choice, $3.87. EXTRA CLEARANCE EXTRA CLEARANCE EXTRA CLEARANCE best In the market 48c. best In the market- 8c. best In the market 48c. 71 o m ,.vi 20 NortH TVlorlcilan Street - ii I v ir T HERE ARE MANY WAYS Some quiet citizens will entertain friend at home. .To add to the cheerfulness of the occasion our ' . ,-. - , - Is suggested sparkling", invigorating, delicious. Pints and quarts 44Pilsener," "Special Brew," 4tTonica," 4tBudwcisc.,,, . T jurrAGixTS. WANTED Picture agents wanted to sell high grade work. Call Rooms 5 and 6 Cordova Building, 25 West Washington street. . ' WANTED AGENTS SALESMEN We will send samples and pay good salary , and expenses, or big commission, to proper applicant; goods sold readily; experience not necessary. Address P, O. 13o4, New York city. WANTED Salesmen to sell to merchants by sample large line of office and labor saving specialties; every business man wants them; side lines, loo per cent. proMU. MODEL MANUFACTURING. COMPANY, South Bend. Ind. .WANTED AGENTS 5,000 wheelmen, ladies and gentlemen, to assemble on the Mississippi-street side of the Statehouse at 8:30 on the morning of the Fourth to take part in a grand street parade. The Indianapolis Military Band, in a grand band wagon, pulled by Bird's best, will head the parade. Come" everybody and Join In a short parade Just to show how many wheelmen there are in the clt3'. This Invitation is especially extended to ladies. Those, who wish can drop out after the parade, the balance will continue on to the race track, reaching there at 10 o'clock, in time for the ball game. Please come.. AVAXTElMlSCEIA WANTED Practical chair or furniture maker, with small capital. In an enter prise which means a fortune to a compe tent man of good habits. Address "Openin g," care box 1005, New York City. WANTED 5.000 wheelmen, ladies -and gentlemen, to assemble on the Mississippi side of the Statehouse- at S:30 on the morning of the Fourth to take part In a grand street parade. ..The lndianapoli Military Band, in a grand band wagon pulled by Bird's best, will head the parade. Come everybody and Join In a -ehort parade Just to show how many wheelmen there are In the city. This in vitation Is especially . extended to ladies. Those who wish can drop out after the parade, the balance will continue ort to the race track, reaching there at 10 o'clock, in time for the ball fame. Please come. roil a a tE. FOR SALE Neat house, nearly new. ten rooms modern conveniences, good neigh borhood north, lot 40 feet east front, worth $5 200. If sold on or before July 1 ' will take $6,000; one-third cash, balance ten eaual annual payments, at 6 per cent., nd throw in piano, cost, HVQ; all carpets. nearly new, cook stove, bedsteads and chairs. 'IV A. GOODWIN. College avenue. FOR SALE $.000 wheelmen, ladies and centlemen, to assemble on th Mississip-td-street side of the Statehouse at 8:30 on the morning of the Fourth, to take rtart In a grand sreet parade. The Jn dianapolls Military Band. In a grand and wagon, pulled by Bird's bstr will heal the-oarade. Come everybody and Join in a short parade Just to show how many wheelmen there ire. In the ritv This in vitatlon is especially extended to ladles. Those who wish car,- drop out after the parade the balance will continue on to fh" race track, reaching there at 10 o'clock. In time for the ball game. Please come. ' NOTICE. NOTICE Wincna Assembly and Summer school Ansemoiy summer school 1 Au;. I, at Spring Fountain Park. Warrtw. "A wonderful plice cf v " Fc- rirticuiirs or ercurr'.cn near Vi a 1 1 rates adorers Li. C. t COTT, D. retary. Viz'- V., H: Every day business incrcascb, reiranlles;, of good or bad times. New customers from every section', of our citv and country cominif hero every day; neighbors and friends telling, tho story of satisfactory purchases, and- sending their friends. " .. ' ;i This season's goods will not do for fal Just to scurry them out we mark prices that ar sure to take them away during the months ordi narily counted dull. SUITS . $13.75. - SALE NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, 89c SALE NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, G?c SALE NEGLIGEE SHIRTS, 89c. N V7 V7 .pEVIHG CO . OF CELEBRATING JULY 4. FIACIAU LOANS Money on mortgages. C -. BAYLEs, 75 East Market street t-t . Tk'nr a t i ' c ...... on business property. TliOS. C DAY d CO.. "2 E. Maiket street.' . , LOANS Sums of &00 and over. City property and farms. . . C. E. COFFIN & CO- Si East ilarkrt street. . FINANCIAL Auction sale of tine paint ings. "Morlan collection." 29 Massachu setts avenue, S p. m., Saturday evening", June 23. ' MONEY TO LOAN On farms at the low-' est market rate;, privileges for payment before du. We also buy municipal bonda. THOMAS C. DAY & CO.. 72 Market . street, Indianapolis. LOANS Six per cont. money on improve! real estate in this city only. (No loans mart nutsiA) Borrower haa tha crlvi- lege cf prepayment semi-annually. N delay. Reasonable fees. JOHN 3. BPAHH & CO., kS East Market. FINANCIAL Bolce U. . Dark. Investment bankets. J'? North Mertlif.n street. Loans on real estate in Marion count made promptly. Bonds and otrer securi ties bought and scld. Those .seeking in vestments thould consult us. Charges reasonable. FINANCIAL 5,000 wheelmen, ladies, and gentlemen, to assemble on the Mississippi-street side of the Ststelioure at on -the morning of the Fourth to tak part in a grand street paraue. The In dianapolis Military Band, In a grand hand wagon, pulled by Bird's best, will head the parade. Come everybody and Join in a short parade Just to Miow how many wheelmen there are i:i the ritv. This in vitation is especially rxtende I to lad'.es.' Those who wish tan 0rcp out after the parade, the balance will continue on to the race track, reaching there at LO o'clock, in time for the tall gan,e. Please rome. - i.fiti vii t! on r vf ii i fi i . a ... - . - - ... FOR SAIJ: OR EX C H A N G I . A r.0.00 mtrrr ef Inthlr r H'itu f ii ff left in fu a good, clean Ktock. Will exchange mr good rental real cKtnte. Adlre. THE WINTERS CLOTHING COMPANY. Mun cie. Ind. . rOIt SALE OR EXCHANGE 5.0iJ wheel men, ladies and gentlem. n. to assemble on the MlsHisidppJ-ftrcet pi le cf the State house at 8 :i on the morning of th Fourth to take part In a grand Ftrcet rarade. Th Indianapolis Military Band, n a grand band wsKon. pulled i,y Bird's best, will head the parade. Com' erry bodv and join in a diort paraad Jut to show how many wheelmen there are In the. city. Tins invitation is especially extend ed to ladles. Those who wish can dror out after the parade, the . balance lll continue on to the race track, reaching; there at 10 o'clock. In time for the ball game. Please come. iii ildim; AM) LOW. BUILDING AXD LOAN Tim very loel rates on loans can bo obtained at the Building and Loan Ofllce, jtf liit Mar ket street, HOWARD KIMBALL, betre tary. BUILDING AND IAX T..")0. wheelmen, ladies and gentlemen, to as'enr'e ort the Mississippi-street fide of the Vtatehour at S::0 on the morning if the Fovjrtli t take part in a grand street parade. Th lniilanapolls Military Band, in a crani band wagon, pulled by Blri'a b st, will heal the parade.- Come everybody and Join In a snort parade Just to show h"w many wheelmen there are In th city. . Thla Invitation Ij .epechilly extended tu ladles. Those Th6 wi?n iati drnn ct after thp parale. the t :!-:. -e tlnue on to tho ra'-c trro';. t. : will c. at n o'clock In for t;.:- tall J'Icise tc3.