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THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL SATURDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 11 1S85
A Solemn and Secret Lleetlnar of tee
Aeaociatlon of Western Passen
ger and Ticket Agents
Other Items of the
Trains are a?aln running on time oa all
TVork oa the new Depot will In all proba
bility be commenced within thirty days.
Work on the LVayetta, Partington and
"Western will be resumed about the last ol
There h no truth in ihn ramor that G2r
eral Manager Thomas, of the Uee Line, in
tends to rtaign.
The business of the Iadianapolia Wrecking
Xros Company Is increasing with wonderf al
rapidity. Thia frog is licg introduced on
B number of important Intern road3.
A local railroad man is of the opioionthat
Commisaianer Fink hw lost all control oyer
the trunk line:, and thinks that he should
pive way at once to some one more capable
of filling the position Le r.o hold. At the
present time it does eeera as tbona tha pwl
vculd get along just as well without a Com
n.ife:oaer It dosn't look as thonh Mr.
J ink or anybody else can d anything with
lhe lines comprising that conization, Ja
as toou as one cruel" war ia brought to aa
abrupt conclusion another, even more de
structive and fearful in its results, is in
augurated, and the railroad pirates continue
to grow fat and saucy. Another alleged
iron-clad' agreement is in order whereby
a line detected in the act of paying a rebate
cr commissioning a scalper will forfeit the
magnificent sum of fifteen cents. It is a
ieco?nized fact, cf course, that all of these
iron cUds have a tendency to prevent rata
entting. fco natter what anybody eajs, Mr.
ins Las made an excellent Commissioner,
and it will be a sorry day for the trunk lines
'v! n fce resigns.
ontheNew York Central Ilailrjad the
"Wagner sleeping and drawing-room cars are
Toeing sent to the shops as fast as they can
he spared. In the shops they are being ren
ovated and repainted, and whan they ap
pear on the line again they are lettered "X.
Y. C. Sleeping and Drawing-lLoom Car Com
pany;" at the ticket offices the "Wagner
Drawing-Hooni Car Company" sigm art. be
ing changed and the above new tula substi
tuted. President Webb, of the Cat CjrnpAny,
is going over the line in President Ratter's
private car on a tour of iaspection, and in
t;hcient employes are beingdropped. Orders
i.ave been issaed to have the conelacon run
through from Xew York to Chicago, of
o d; porters an no louger conductors and
general managers. Discipline is being en
forced and the new svsteni being made as
perltet as possible. Clean and tidy dravr-lcg-rooni
and Bleeping car will bs the rnlo
hereafter on the Central Hudson. The
change Is Tery gratifying to the traveling
THE TESTERS ASSOCIATION.
The Western Association of Pawengar
Agents assembled again jesterday morning
at the Gait House In solemn and eecrat con
clave to discuss the momentous questions
lLat brought them together. As the Presl
i'nt r a pied the meeting to order there wtts
3 bustle on the outside, lestapramütara mo
tion migLt prevail to dispense with ticket
and traveling agent, and leave the traveling
j.ublic to the care of the brokers, hat it wm
positively stated that there were t.o re.il
grounds Tor the uneasiness.
" We did nothing at all," eaid one who was
present, "became there was nothlDg to do.
The matter which some thought would be
tbe bone cf contention did not come up, aad
after agreeing unanimously that we were in
-sion, there was nothing else to cansi ier.
.It was suggested that, under the peculiar
cooditicn of the weaUier, it would beditfi
cult to determine 'weather' there wai any
thing else to do or not, bat it was fioally re
solved toadjourn. Afteradjournment there
-as an informal talk on the ticket cotn mis
sion business, and there was a disooiition
manifested to. Lave the cjmnimlon bmines
placed on a basis that would be understood
by all tne roadj interred, bat it w. thiüiht
httt to ltdve tbe que-tion open fur futuru de
liceratinii."' May 1'; was seggested ai the date of the
reit meeting, eudCl-veland named S3 tne
Viu'io mhPT at, a tna wtather at this
ih!s t'me a::d place will be more agreeable.
At that rtectiae rates to V. e encampment of
IheOrand Army of the P.epublic tn Port
land, Me., will famish f-oi for suggestive
Ibought Tne rate e'erks expest?d to hive
leavowork during the afternoon, but the
session dissolved so sraiKdhly that nothing
was left them to do. Louisville Courier
Journal. Eden Wins the Goal.
The ileridian-Columbns polo game at
Meridian Pink last n'eht was witnessed by
a larger crowd than oa the opening ni;ht of
lhe serf's. The came ws? started promptly
on time with Perry Wright acting as refere?.
Uoth tean,s played nervously, and as a con
st iueiice neither side scored any brilliant
plays excepting EJeta winning cal in the
fifth Inning. The firsc inning opened with
a decided scramble, which worked to the
disadvantage cf the Columbus team, as
tfce ta'.l continually jay behind the
liccgh, surroundiDg the edge of the sur
fs e. Basher finally get the ball and scored
Ur:dii a' lirfci coal in seven rainue3. Tae
cond inr.ingwasa repetition of the first,
eicepting that Cvlumbcs got the advantage,
ki ccJtirjft the ball "through" Murphy's up
lifted foot against EJen'a slick, who, in at
tempting to defend the goal, p?sed tae bll
ttrcnh Meridians' goal to the visitors'
credit. Here the home team clamored tor a
change of goal tender, and Edea re
tired to halt back. The third goal
"ras cade by Columbus in the same
manner, tbe ball striking Durgess' foot,
going pat Deitrich. Meridian in the next
icning scored the four goal, tieing the score
ca a quick play by Walker. As they were
row lie, the excitement ran high. After a
srood deal of scratching Eden got the bail and
iuliy redeemed himself, making the oalf
pietty play of the evening, getting the ba'.l
fcy a daring dash and making a baut'fcil
running coach direct through the Columbus
teal. The people shouted and Murphy stood
1 i king enviously on. Tne following is the
l erld.iü. ......... ...... .............. ........ 10 1 i 3,
C nznbu...... Oil U 2
Fou: Columbus, l.
Tine ol tiarae .'1 ir.inate.
Keftne 1'eiry right.
The clnba will play ths last game ot ths
1 he Police Commissioners' Meeting-.
Tfce Police Board met yesterday afternoou
Ld revoked the polJca powers of Merchant
Xo!icera?n Wilüaiu Bscoa, Williams and
Jacob bhutt; a!so the powers of ap?vlal
ifcets S&tncel Gerhr and Heury Mitten
brger. The former d d serv?c at the D mi
31 oaenrn, whild the latter wai on duty at
to Zoo. Special powers were granted
tf,,- r"i . . -, ...
George W. Donavan and Samuel ßahwartz.
The icaignation of Sergeant John Ried was
then accepted, and as the Sentinel predicted
jesterday, Patrolman John Low was ap
pointed to the position. As Mr. Low is one
cf the most efiicent and trustworthy men
connected with the Police Department, the
appointment eivos universal, satisfaction.
Extra C. A. Hines waa appointed regular,
and John Farrell was appointed extra.
At roll call last night the new Sergeant
was called nnon for a speech, and he re
sponded In his usual free and easy stv'e,
saving that h would strive at all timssto
discharge the duties of ths position in a sat
What Waa Accomplished at the West
ern League Meeting Yesterday
Phillips 81gna With De
troitNotes. Another meeting of me new Western
League was held yesterday, and after the
re-idiDg ot the imnutts cf Thursday's con
ference Messrs. Watkins and Loftus were
appointed ?chedu) Committee, and C. M.
Kipp, A. V. MoKunand Joseph Schwabacher
dltfttfS to thd ir.freting cf the Arbitra
tion Committee of the National League,
hi be teld on Acril 15. The Schedule
Committee molvcd to meet in St.
Louisen tfcetecond Wednesday in March.
It ws Birred that exhibition gamei
hculd I e played under the same terms a
chempionshit atoes A telegram was re
ctived from II. II. Diddlebock, Secretary o
the Arbitration Committee ot the Natioaa
Lesgne, requesting tbe Western League
people to forward their application for ad
mittance to tho National agreement with the
f 0 fte at once. The application and fee
were forwarded without delay. Secretary
Ipco wa then instructed tojgo to Columbus
ai.d p;ccure from Secretary WikofT,
cf the American Association, blanks to
be u'ed by him during the coming
tef.ecn. The league at present comprises but
rven c' .b?, and it is necessary that there
ehould .e e'ght. Several clubshave applied
for ad:.. ision and Messrs. Schv abachsr and
McKtm were appointed a cjmmittee to re
port favorably uon the application of one
of them. Pcf3re adjoornmeut it was re
solved that the next meating cf the league
should be held in Kansas City ou lha second
Tcislay in January, ISSa.
Mr. Finney, the delr gate from Nashville,
arrived yesterdav morning.
Manager Watkins will give Ramsay, a
you".g n an who made quite a "reo" as an
amateur pitcher la-it season, a trial this year.
Before returning home last night Mr.
Lawrence, of Cleveland, t:gnedPhil Coridan
second ard Willie Andrews lirst basemsn.
Both belcng here and are good plavers. The
latter was with Louisville la3t year.
All cf tbe delegates, with the exesption
cf Ted Sallivan, left for their homes last
f venirg Ted went East, but before going
pinned Veach, an Indianapolis boy, who did
great twirling for Kansas City last vcar.
The Ikid and genial countenance ofthat
qniet jonng man, Marr Phillip3, will not 18
seen ly Indianapolis pitro33 of the Xatloa-
al ame tlnring the season of 1SS3. He will
rever fgain dance about in the infield at
the Seventh Street Park after hot ground
ers, for he has signed with Datroit Man
ager Watkins is corresponding with Tar
tidy, who is one of the best ba?e-runners in
thft'eountry, and who played shori-stop with
Fay City last year.
Room 1. Hon. N. B. Taylor, JuJ?o.
Lizzie Langenberg vs. Frederick Bowling,
Breach of promise. Oa trial by jury.
Boom 2. lion. D. W. Ilowe, Jnde.
Charles Kruer vs. Charles Harris et al.
Damages. On trial by jury.
Amelia P.. Macsur, administrator, vs. Hez-
ekiah Ilinkson et al. Fureclosare. Judg
ment for f 13.CS".
Eoora No. 3. Ilou. L. G. Walier. Jadge.
Thomas I. Chilton vs Victor Sewing Ma
chine Company. Sait cn account. Judg
ment for 75.
Bridget JcanJan vs. tfce City et al. So.it
for damages Dismissed at plaintiff's co3t.
L!zz;e A. Catt V3. John II Priea. Sait in
attachment. On trial by a jury.
Hon. Pierce Norton, Jndze.
State vs. Jack O'Hara. Petit larceny.
Sentenced to the Reform School-
State vs. Thomas DeLorme. Petit larceny.
Sentenced to the State Prison for two years.
Stale vs. Henry Wilkinron. Petit larceny.
Sinter ced to jail for ten days.
Hen. A. C. Ay res, Jale.
In the petition of H. J. Miiligan, assignee
cf S. A. Fletcher, To sell certain stock,
State ei rel Mary Li!tner vs. To?eph M.
McCarthy. Bastardy. Vtrdict for defense.
Rev. W. W. Raymond
Rev. Alban Greaves h resigned es rectcr
of Holy Innccents Church, and will preach
his farewell sermon on Sunday morning.
Rev. W. W. Rsymond, of (ioahen, will suc
ceed him. The Gcshpn News says of this
Rev. W, '-V. F.aymoa 1 has terdorsd hisres!?aa
tion to the vcs.ry of fcr. jAin'j Caurch. to tifce et
ffci on tbe 16th ins t, Mr. Raymond re?Uns In or
Ccrtorcovoto Indtanapoli. where he will take
c-an:eof the church of tbe Holy innocents and
toutince ti:e rditorinl management ol the ChurcS
Worker. wDfch will bcrenfier be issued fron täat
city. Mr. lajiaond's resijraatlon wa a great var-pn.-e
to his pariah aDd ta oar citizens geaerdlly. to
whom bis practical atd Fterlin wortti aid creu:y
endeared hia. Durlns the four years and no.-3
ot bis ministry in (iohn bt. James Parish has
f rown to a etrcngta wbich it aid never before at
tintd. and in lcavinc it Mr. Kayaond ha,s goi
rtaon to ba proud ot the work be bas accom
plished for iL He and his excellent wife will
take with them to their new field ol labor the best
wish cf a host of oar citizens.
A weetly list ot United States patents ls
ssed to the invents of Indiana for the week
endirg February 10, 1SSÖ, and each patent in
the list will bear that date. Reported ex
pressly for ths Indianapolis Daily Santinel
by A. II. ETans tfc Co., Amertcaa and for
:gn patent solicitors, Washington. D. C.
Charge for obtaining a patent, 21 A copy
ct tne patent laws sent tree oa application.
Allen, J. P. , Indianapclis, I05 boom.
Cochrane. W. F.. Indianapolis, and G. T.
Smith, Jacion. ilich.. Hour bolt.
Custer. G. M., Terra Haute, combined
whip rocket and rein holier.
Gllli!ard, J. F., Indianapolis, memorao
dum holder for telephone boxes.
Henry. A L . Lada. sifter.
Hull, N. A . IVru. lock.
MrOahsn. F. F., Indianapolis, lubricator.
Miller. G C, Fort Wayne, plow fender.
Sourwine, J D. and J. A. Ctront(r, Bra
zil. cntT and a'eeve holder and a ija?:er.
Strong Sutton, Harmonv. traasjai opera
tor Harrington, Jtnt, IaiiampalH, roller
Sale of $69,000 Worth of Atlas Eiglne
Works Stock Ordered Record
of the Courts,
Tfce Kruger-Harris damage suit is still
on trial in Room 2.
Thomas DsLonne was yesterday sentenced
to the Prison North for two years.
After beginning the trial cf Bridget Scant-
lin vs, the city, the plaintiff dismissed the
Henry Wilkinson was yesterday given
eighteen dar n jaU for stealing a Bible at
Bowen, Stewart 6c Co 's store. Perhaps he
was preparing for a change of conduct.
Henry Saiith and William Essman, for
selling liquor on Sunday, the first In two
cases and the last in three, were arrested
yisterday on Grand J nry warrants. They
J ck O'Hara was eent to the Reform School
yesterday Dy Jade Norton. The lad has
Lad an engagement nearly every month for
th past year with the Grand Jory and
Crimir al Court.
The Langenberg Bowling breach of prom
he fcuit still continues in Room 1. Xot less
tfcan 'JOO spectators listen attentively to th
evidence, half of whom are old gray-headed
cr bald-headed men.
The Commissioners of HendricKa County
yesterday filed salt against John H. Lewis
and James McMnrry to collect a note given
in Dftember, 1S70, for 2 250, on which
Sl.GGO has been paid. Demand, $1,200.
Judge Howe yesterday enterei judgmen t
in the foreclosure suit of Amelia B. Mansur,
administratrix, vs. Hezekiau Hlnkson, giv
irgthe plaintiff $13 037, of which amount
$7,1 87 was against Hinkeon and $ G.000 against
W. A. Wishard.
Hessie Cool wan is a divorce from Theodore
Cool, whom she married in Janusry, 1S33.
She charges failure to provide for cause. She
asks for a restoration of her maiden name,
which is Johnson. Theodore is a resident of
St. Louis, and I)es3ie lives in Wayne Town
ship. Tarlton A Co , of this city, have tiled suit
against De Rott t Daggett, of Boston, on a
c ntjach Ths Darties are fish dealers, and
th9 home Srm purchased a certain quantity
of sh upon an agreement for a change in
the price in cae the market changed. The
demand is for .$501.
In tbe bastardy suit of Mary Lushor vs.
Joeeph W. Wheatley, the Circuit Court jary
returned a verdict yesterday afternoon for
defendant, alter a five hours' deliberation.
This is the second trial of the case in the
Circuit Court, the first resulting in a judg
ment agaipst Wheatley for 400.
Harry Milligan, as as3ignee of S. A.
Fletcher, yesterday, in tfce Circuit Court, pre
rented a statement to the effect that after a
consultation with the creditors of Fletcher
S: Sfcarpe, and with their approval, he had
tucceeded in securing purchases f ir .W.UOO
worth of PAtlas Engine Works stock, at par
valne. the proposed purchasers being Jesse
end Charles I: (etcher. He also reported that
the 10,000 of stock In the Electric Llghtine,
Gas Heating and Illuminating Company,
riOFing to tbe estate is appraised as
' vcrthless," there being a $100,00J
mortgage oa the property, which b?r3
s per cent, interest. The assignee rep
resented that he had been offered f330 for
So SCO worth of this stock, by Judga Hines,
tud thought it a good offer. Jade Ayres
heard the petition, and ordered the sale as
ttbsve set out. The Gas Company referred to
is said to have ten miles of gas mains laid in
The Llaequerade Carnival at tha Wig-
The Wigwam Rink was taxed to its n'
mcst capacity by spectators and partici
pants in the grand masquerade carnival,
which was given last night. It was the first
afJa'r of the kind that had ever taksn place
in ihis c;ty, and lis novelty made it a graat
attraction. Every character of costume that
was ever worn at a masquerade was
shown on this occasion. from
thü rucst Mdecvfc tnd grotenjue to that of
the rocft elegant. Älany ot the costumes in
dicated that a menagerie was in the imme
diate vicinitv, 3 several of the aavage beasta
of tbe fore3t were present. In fact the cos
tume?! were such that it would be impo?s!ble
to rsrtlculerize. The management had of
It rd a fine Pst of prizes for the various
cbaractejs represented, and a committee ap
I cinted for the purpose made the following
For the most elegant lady's costume Sil
ver jewol caiket, to Miss Libbie Forby, as
tai-. bourioe girl.
For best lady character costume sason
ticket, to iliss Medaris, as milkmaid.
For best flower girl Twenty admission
tickets, to Mirs Daisy Katt.
For tiLet pert's resturne Diamond scarf
pin, to Lee Forby, as jockfy.
For best cent's character costume Season
ticket to y.r. I e'gan, as "Jc-I.."
For beftiud t wenty adu-iisioa ticfeets,
to Mr. ChativS Leo.
The iatiu2 as continued until mid
night, ai'd tech 1 el t with the feeling that the
tfiair tad been a msgui?cent success.
Tho Supreme Court.
The following cases were decided in the
t-nprc me Court yp5terday:
10,4.". Ilosina K3tner vs. the city of In
da: ajolis et al. Marion S. C. AiSrmed.
11.2:i. The EvsnsviHe and Ten- Hante
Iladrcad Company vs. Joseph Grillio. Re
Vfped. Mitchell, J.
12.12' Elizabeth Krue et al. vs. Isitc
Davis. Montgomery C. C. Atiirmai Kl
1 ott, J.
12.137 John M. Davis vs. 1h State of In
diata Bartholomew C. C. Affirmed. Z)l
11,025. William T. Mirdock V3. Maha'a
Ballard. Sullivan C. C. Appellee's motion
to di? nuts sustained.
11,002 Alexarubr Lesüs vs. William L.
Merrick et al. Pike C. C. Petitioa for re
Election of OScers.
Indisnapolis Division, No. 2. U. R. K. of
I'M held their annual election of oScers for
tbe ensuing term, February 13, 13S, and
rtsuJted es follows:
Sir Knizht Cocrcacder Joseph A. Forbes.
Sir Knight Lieutenant Commander George F.
rir Knitht IT raid-Charles J. ohniiit.
Sir Knicht Treasurer Ira C WeM.
br Knight Guarj uenry Elstro-lt.
Fir Kaiwht ßenünel wmun L&ft.
Sir Kcisht r.ccrdr W. F A. Ikrnhaner.
s:ir Knlsht Trusieca F. E. Beujaniia. A. 21.
I'reftnn, Fred Grosfurt.
Sir Knight Installlns Ofhcer Lee Wcntling.
State Health Board Statistics.
Dr. E. a EUler, Secretary of the State
Board of Health, has prepared a t ompara-
tive statement of the number of deaths
from infectious disea es In the various coun-
14 This report shows: Total number of
I deaths Lös d'ihtheria, 237; typhoid, 5?3j
scarlet feyer, 173; spinal meningitis, 117;
smaUpox, 100; whooping cough, 152;
measles, 124. In Lake County 21 persons
died of the first named disease. Marion, 23;
Vigo, 11; St. Joseph, 9; Boone, 13. Typhoid:
Alien, 2d; Marion, 43; Vanderburg, 20;
Vigo, 27; Wayne, 13. Ecarlet fever: Allen,
32; Laporte, 5ü; Marion, 10; Montgomery, j.
Spinal meningitis: Pike, 13: Hamilton, 0;
Marion, 8. Smallpox: Mar'on, 35; Clark,
13; Floyd, 22; Daviess, 7; Terry, 5; Hamil
New Orleani, Mexico, San Francisco.
Time is short. Train leaves St. Louis tbe
ISth Inst, at 0:10 a. m. Any ticket agent la
Indianapolis will furnish information in re
gard to the Grand Missouri PaciSc Ex
cursion to the city of Mexico and San Fran
cisco, leaving St. Louis as above in the new
and elegant Buffet palace cars ol the Pull
man Company. Tickets for the round trip,
gcod six months, only $HS.50from this city,
being but little over the regular fare one
way; 15 additional lor side trip to New Or
leans. Our excaision of December last wa
so complete a success (over 10D people in
four Pullman sleepers) that it has been de
cided to inaugurate one more, positively the
last of the season. For further particulars
and information in detail address Citv
Ticket Agent, or T. C. D?nny. District
rafseneer Agent Missouri Pacific Railway,
Advice to Mothers. MRS. WINiLOW'3
SOOTHING üYKüP ohouia always La uae 1 wh ju
children are cutting teeth. It relieves the llttlt
surerer tx once- It prodocca nitnrxl, aiet deep,
br relieving the caüd fron pain, and the lit tie
chemo awaxea a 1 ,rtnzht as a buttoa.' it is very
pliiant to twta. It soothes the child, tofteai tho
enzat. miayi ail pais, relieves wind, regulates the
toweu. and li ue best ruown reaaedy tor llir
rhcea, hether arisln? frca teethlsz or othsr
censes. Twenty-five cants a bottle.
c. 1: kukgklo & wuirsKrr,
Funenil Directors sad Embalmers,
Fo. 77 North Delaware street.
Tfleplioue c oneciloa to oliice xciJeuces.
Ctrriai:',9 for Wr-ltf'-' r.aJ Parties.
Fron Oat-thlitl! Corse 'oner I'p.
F.rricson's ?ev Ga'oric
OI All DcfCriptions on txhlbitJon and for sale at
Cost at ti:e cüice cf the
IMAHAPOLIS GAS-LIGET & COSS CO.
So. Yi South ftansjlfsiiia Street.
V.e ell to cah customers only.
Hotel "Windsor Rssianrant,
Orpoilte U. S. Government Bulldias. Exposition
IT St. fliailcs Avenue, Jew (Irleans, La.
This new elecant Hotel and Restaurant has the
rcodtru moroemeats, contAluinz E00 Bleeping
KOV.S, has ampacity for Sleepia? endfeedlns
1 Cfl People per Gdy. Is well lo:atd, both as for
Ktaith au1 convenler ce for people visitlnu the
ertat World's ixpt-itloa now beia held nere.
"io lines of csrs po the Hotel for aon town
every minute Raus both for Hotel and Restaur
JAS. LEONARD. GEO. M. TILTON,
Manager of Ilotaurant. Manager of Hotel.
bids m m mwm
OF A XKW KMSIXE HOUSE.
Head r-'ARTKR- Finn Dhpautmsst, )
I.NUiANAror.i, Feb, 12, 135.
Scaled propoFa's will be lecelved at thia aHice
null Uar h 'J l- for the erection of an engine
l.cr.se on Prospect, near Dillon street.
Tüo right to rejert any and all bids is reserved,
lans end fpeciticdtious can b3 seen at this
e tiice at any time.
.1. H. WKBSTER, Chief Fire Eagineor.
S. U. 611 KA.KEK, City Civil Eniacer.
COAL. WOOD AND KINDLING.
Prico of Wood Roducsd.
V.U.DS: 475 K. Bich, and 183 E. ?hrk&t.
ne Guudred Large Stands.
300 3-Sheet Board3.
i 5:eo CGutroIIinz tie Hate Eonse Fence
J .A.' BÖHLEN iÖN,
v Fjifit 'alilautea St., KDIAHPOLIS, IND.
Glendale Feinalo College
Tterecorid ee?!on of the THlRTf-FIRST year
will begin February 2tJ, wben there will be room
lor a few mora boardlns rupila. oarrlor ad
vantages in a 1 departments. Addriss
Kev. I- D. rOTIEK, D.D., Tresident,
i T OST A oIl tn and browa do. abo'it oae
I J-J jearoM very friendly and nwer, to name
of Mldee. Finder will be literally rewiriai by
jj,vn:ii:s W 21? Sou;h Me:: dUa uect, u z
r rii o
II V 14 if QW S A
1 1 B 9 1 ,
Seven Octave?, Handsome R ypwool D:if, a ml tno.lpyn iu r i
meEt?, FULLY WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS, :it $25 cU
and SI 0 per month, with interest ou lefVrrcd payments. Ties nr ju-t
the Piarcs wanted hj hundreds of f fa milieu. We guarantee th instru
ments will prove satisfactory. Call and examine tho.-e I'iaivjs, v.r t-eud
lor lull description and price list.
D, H. BALDWIN &
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS,
Nos. 95, 97 acd 99 North Pennsylvania Street, enison Hotel.
KL.r3K YOU OOT
6ni Da You Need a Pair of SHOES?
Tsko ytur 07 centa nd go to tho ROCHESTER Ta-Diy.
Ycu osn get a pair of hiRh Boots for a man.
Vou an got a pair Iiidlos' Kid Shoes.
Ycu oan shoo tho bo7 or girl.
You can take your pick or
A3ST ITH I N G
Infrontof tho ROCHESTER SHOE HOUSE to-day (Saturday). Wn,tt.
ever they ccet. ail -will go at ono nrioa 97 cents. Some of thomnot Si.OO,
sc md 038162X0,0 c mo oost $3.00, but you can choose from them for only
To-Day will bo 97c day at tho ROCHESTER.
ROCHESTER SHOE HOUSE
jyJom 13 WoHt waolilnston ötroot.
i j vi r -a
Sell the City (Jas CO KI, always Dry and Clean, and .41! Kinds ot COAL
At jLowowt Prices
OFF1CK550 üorih Dolavrtro.lCO South Alabama, nc4 453 Ef3t 0!i:o
GtlCDtS. TolcDhono 441.
nABERNACLE cnüRCU-Corner ot Seeon 1 aad
.1. i.'eri1;an streets. J. Albert Roudtöaler, pls
tr. 10:20 morning services. Brief sermon, wltii
orairjstiou cf fcldeis und Peacors 2 p. ra. praise
-Mice. 2:15 1. in. S jaJr-Echc-olanl liibloclissss.
t-.iQ eveusug soiviccs. fc-eats Ires throagbout tho
ROBEUTS PARK M. E, CIIUKCH-Corner Del
aware and Vermont streoti?. Rev. 1. H. He
Cornell, pator. Clabs at 9 a. ra. and 6 p. ui.
rrvtxbiEg at 1Q:?.Q. m. and 7:"0 d. ni. Smiday
Khcol at 2 p. rj. 1'rayor rnc-etin at 4:.0p. ra.,
and revival tcrvicoR ev ry eveuit! during the
week (except Saturday), commencing at 7:c0 p. m.
SECOND PRKSBYTKRIAN CHDUCII Corudi
PencFTlvanla ar.d Vermont streets, P.e7. Jamot
McLeod, D.D., pastor, rreacliias At lü:rQ a. m.
and 7:15 p. m. Prayer tccctin? Sunday tnnrnln'jRt
2:?Q and Thursday eveninRat7:15. Käöbfith-n:hool
6r.d Hil le oJnw:? at 2:1.
Mrr.iL i an strei:t m. e. c:ick;h -comer
ev York aad Mcrliian etreet-s. Ktv. Joan
Alabsster, I). P., pstor. l'!&ss, s at 9: CO ;u ra.
Pitacbirsat 10:30. ra. by Mr.. Jcnni? F. Wl line,
ff CIpcbo. Prcaohins ot 7:3 p. ra. tr tte ptor.
subject: "Tbe L'ow in tbe Cloud" iuuiay
frobco. at 2p. ta. Service ol Soc; at C: 15 p. in. Vuu
are cordlaljy luited.
OK SALE Oae fine draft tbaliioa. RALSTON
I & CO. 15
r OV r'Al.f Houfp? and 'o ia all prM of the
X city. fA YLEc? it EENT i.V. 73 Ei.!-t Marti t S .
ort LE CIIKa P A mo I vhoicsi' mtlon
?.j.oa &ud tar1. JAMES IiAi', I'.uilial,
i. Oll S .LE Chpe.p A rood wli: r.ale notion
i r?rrr. tiia pH late-it iir.jrovcu.'.'ats. AÜ
a- -c i-'. VC G EI., CoUinbu. lud. 6
j4 or. SALE T;"o tliousnd IaCor.ts rn?ar trees
o:;e and two yi ars Otd; tbey will pro ia any
f 1 hi.d try ilir.-H'fj; tiey b- :Iu be.riu; when
t: rf o ycare ci 1, and wben fix to c-Qt yeirs nl
d. it uu to filtcca Lu?'ne'.8 pjr tree: I hv,e t.Z
t' r on my firm, near Sbeibyviüe, tv a ycjr o'd.
4 . r.s Snely; Find In your orders early, will de
ls ?t In March and April: terms reafoaable. B.
S TTTO.S, Sneiby Tille, lad. 13
TOR RENT Two or three ualurnLsocd roraf
' on Fast New York street. Apply at 97 Eat
Vashirston t-tieet. 25
Best Onalitv Velvet Oaruot - - SI 22 1-2
Jest Quality 5-Framo Body Brussels -Best
Quality Smith 10-Wiro Tapestry
Eest Quality All-Wool Ex. Supor Ingrain
All Goods Caih on Dltvry Dnrlog this Sal.
ao T'O oi south
VSil. I. RIPLEY.
Ucdertakers, Funeral Directors,
jTl) PUACTTCAL KMHALMEIW.
rvFirt.clasj attendanco at low prices our motto.
(Jllice and Warerooma. Sos. GO and West Market St.,near Illinoii
To phouo TCo. OuL.
ÄLDWIN & CO.
LOST Any article of value, net cxc-eiij'g
three lines, Inserted two times FREE.
Under ibe bead 4;Situatioa Wanted," four line
or lt'FF, Inserted FREE.
ANTED Petition as n:Klt watcliinan cr j4Ti
iter. WIlLMM !!., tals olbce. ID-
i ANTED A Situation by pn exlieat NTa
r.tJifl: pood waves tspecttd. Acttre JOHN,
Frntirud f ir.ee. 6 3
VI "ANTED ?iliition by m cxpcrkncc t rfres
t maker to tew in families, Caii or adlr sa
3i7 "ck Mkbivaa street. a
VITAVITED An active, experienced aul r
? beble njan wams cKrir! er any oib.tr rnri
txtnirj;. D. Pi ERC if , csro Kln&a o. Cj li
T ANTED :ituft'iion t y a f.rst-'-l1 CooW, Ja
l.rti.-l cr r'fHUiant. ft,! r.n or sli.-f-H
I! ATlilLüF. ALLEN.llj Nortn McCartnj tin c.
WANTED Ty youn Ip iyof CJr ?rle3ce, Situ
ation ia dressmaking 3op: rati.-r be
cl iiilst. Call or address D. A. II ,23 East Michaa
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V it or RfIstant ttiokkot per in som mcur
enre o"lce or whoitta'e hoas1. (Jnir-k in Clares
and a ptod writer, MAY, care Sc-atiatl.
ANTED AGEN'TS-New style i.f oalsr2".i
t Dietore. DlSerent from any evr-r n.dt'.
f'r-rrcct iiVc-nese. Imrable ana cheip.
9 5 SN YD EE' 3 LOrYINti HCLirE, iaiiaapolis.
THOSE polng to Hot Sprlnpsior te tr-rttri.':it.
of Fycbiiis, glett, fcrolu.H. et; l p it tut'.rc .s
ut blood di. taj'ts taa be cureJ for out t:i:rd tr
(tt cf f-ucb a t ip at the eld reliable 1 1 avo
'.c-n lfcatedbtre for twenty three ye", 1 w iib
te Edvaniage ol Icj z and ucrc.cfui xrx-rb nc-o
ff.n tirrnt a fiirp in nil r.xtcn- rj rrr At"-rrfA
aid inur'ei'cy, in all tteir f'&zl?. T-'-tely
enred. ofiice tour, 6 a. m. to 9 p. ra., i ; Virziai
enred. ofbee tour, b a. m. to 9 y-. ra., 1 ; Virzini
avtrjae, lndiar;npol;e. PiEs s-nt witi pill dirt-c-t'otisat
SI per toi. Dil. BENNETT, bucceor to
Fi. I- f
MONEY At tbe lowest rate of latercit. J. W.
WILLIAMS A. Co., 3 and 4 Vinton Uloclr.
TO LOAN Ueney wlta prlyitcre or r?ay
ment: terms reasonable. T1I03 C. DAY A
CO., 73 at Market street, IndlanawU.1.
Ccld Modal Parin. iGa.
U S Favcrlte Numbrs, 303, 404. 3U
So,d tMrou-ncut tno Werfet.
ELIJAH II EL jS,