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THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL WEDNESDAY MORNING APRIL 1 1385
3 1 LEGISLATIVE NOTES. Heprcsentatlre Staley Handsomely Re membered by the W. C. T. Ü. Passage of tbe Joint Resolution Coa cernloflr the Terms of State OScsra Other Notes. The Senate yesterday refused to pass a joint resolution fr.r an amendment to the Confutation, Increasing tbe number of Su preme Court Judges to seven. Beaatcr Weir's till to establish an Ap pellate Court, cDiii-tics of fire Juiz3t wai tafced up S3 unfinished business yesterday morning, and affr some three hours' dis cussion was ordered engrossed. The Governor yesterday ncned bills legal izing the election of the Trustees o! the town of Lleonier; amending: an acl provid ing for the election of Justices of th? PVace, nnd legalizing the collectioa of taxej assess ed by tha city cf Laicxeacburfr. The bill providing: that County Clerks and I'roeecutiag Attorneys may issue subpenai for witnesses during cpnri vsc.uicns, ti ap pear before the Grand Jnry wsa passed by the Senate yesterday. The" bill is designed lo ran h that cla!s of witnesses who make -visits to neihbohrjr cauctles every lime the Grand Jury meets. Senator Campbell's bill to enable parsons having claims azaintt the State to prosecute the same before theCiicuit and Superior Courts Kai ra:ed by the Ilcme yesterday by a very decided vote. Ths general senti ment Is that the meaure will prove an economic one, as runes, tirce in every session is consumed in di?pc&ing of this claw of business. A resolution, similar to that defeated In Ihe House some ten days was introduced in the Senate yrtterday, authorizing the pur chase of LOO ccp!es cf a reap showing the CongrepEional, Legislative end Senatorial appcrtionment cf tbe State, the satd copies to be distributed amont; the embers. On motion of Sf rator lien, ths resolution was laid on the table. The Senats yest2rdsy erjrro?ed Ssnator Howard's bill providing for the organization and maintenance o! a Eiste miiitia. It pro vides the same amount of mosey for equip ment and tho objectionable features pointed cut in the veto message on tbe bill that re cently passed. The minor details relating to drill and other matters are aho left out of the bill, the idea being to leave thesa to the judgment of the Adjutant General. The diecu3iion cf the General Appropri ation bill was continued yesterday morning, and wca ordered engro?sed. The friends of jPnrdue reconsidered their determination not to accept any turn le:3 than S1S.O0O for tbe purpose cf erecting nev buildings, and 2lr. Smith, of Tipprcano, ruovtd t'j make the appropriation $ 14. 7f0 An amendment makirjg the sdra ?J2,(Xkj v.-r vcted down, and the sum named by Mr. Smith was finally agreed upon by a voto of nsto22. An amendment tbst the money should b 3 called for mithin 100 days cr bo forfeited to the 8late wn3 defeated. The joint resolution fcr amending the Constitution by ifgalating tbe terms of State oHicers eo tfcat they shall hold for term of four years eech, and making thum ineligi ble to ie-electiou, was called up In the Housn yesterday aftemcori End pse J by a vots of 70 to The jomt resolution relating to county officer?, making like provisions, hai been passed by both bodies-, and tbe two amendments will dcnbtles be submitted at the same time to a vote of the people. The tmanimity with which theso resolutions have been ptree d in the two houses see 013 to indicate a demand on the part of "the people for such a chance, and the friends of the measures r.re talijhed that tha people will adopt them. IteDmentative Staley yesterdiy received a basket of hanthcrxe cut fbwprs from the ladies of the W. C T. U., 1 an evidence of their apj.rs-cii.tion of Lis eil ort in tenalf of the bill requiring that the eficts cf alcohol and other caicotica t pnn tho human system eiouM te t&ugbt in the public cloc!i of tbe State. A note eccompfinyin tb gift reads: ' P!a?e accept on b.-ralf cf the V. C. T. II. cf Indiana thi slight tcken of our Imperishable regard for you as our cham pion ard as the vrorthy representative of the men who, with you, bare be?n loyal to us in oor unsuecicsful effort to Becnrn the aid of Jaw in enr work for the individual and national purify betokened by their white ribbon emblem." KAILWAY NEWS. "ToDay'a Important Meeting- at Chi cago President Invalid Ttieory A Testimonial Other Items of tho Rail. South-hound patsenger business is on the the decrease. Ii. B. Hammond, President and Receiver of the IM D. and S., yesterday Issued a circu lar announcing the appointments already made public. A3 stated in the Sentinel of yeteiday, ür. Hammond will assume coa trol of tho joad to day. Fatsezger rates from Cincinnati to New York have b:en restored to full tariff. The restoration was the result of an agreement between General ljusngir Agent E. A. l'ord, cf the Pennsylvania; General Passen ser Agett A. J. Smith, rf tue Bee Line, and Clark, of the N. Y.P.andO. It Is quite Toscible that tbe restoration is xnada pend ing the important meeting at Chicago ta- day. at which the differential theory and practice will -doubtless receive a thorouga dicas;03 and perhaps a final eettlement. Mr. G. W. Kinder, recently appointed "ouperintendtntcf the Indianapolis, Decatur and ßprin?, eld, tcTcrtd connection with the Kentucky C.-ntral yesterday after several ycartof eicient scrviosas its General Super intendent According to a Cincinnati paper, on Monday evening Mr. Pander was sum moned unexpectedly to r.n elegant sapper at the Arrlngton llousc, In Coviugton, prepared for hifa jy thsernpiojes of tbe road and sev eral prouiinr nt citJzens. After the elegint -spread had diisppeared Mr. Pender was pre sented vitb an elegant carved writing stand and m ngtii5cent ret cf solid silverware. President IL E. Ingalls, of the Cincinnati, Indianapolis, SL Louia and Chicago IIj.i1, pawed throcnb the city yest-rdaj, ea roule to Chicago, t.'pon the deliberations of lo day'agitheritj of railrca-l orhcials la that city haoRi tue most lmportont issues that have ar?an tn tha Wettalnca the railway system of the country has aiMimed its pres ent clganlic Proportion. The poiut to be decided ir,practiclly, shall the rail way man tgirs of the territory representedcontrol tbeir own roads, or shall their buiines ojotlnne to be at the mercy of what Is known as th trcnkline pcol? Tbe Chicago confereacs wiil be composed of me 1'residents and Traffic Managers of all roads lyinr between the western termini of the trunk lines east of the MiisiisippI, north cf tbe Ohio, and south ot the lakes, The meeting was called by Commissioner Fink upon the anncuDcecce nt of several Western lines that they were preparing to withdraw frcm tbe pcol. President Ingalls, of the Big Four, has been suggested as Chairman, but it is hardly probacie that he will consant to ect in this capacity, pieferxing to remain on the floor, where he can advance several ideas cf his own. Mr. Inealis has alwajsvheld that these of the railroad employes responsi ble fcr the revenue of a toad should bs re quired fo bo bena fide hohJers of its securi ties, nd it ia highly prchable that he will advance this theory amon others. Waeth er erect the meeting will take kmdiy to the jcrgtEtion remains to be seen. It is to ba hoped they will. THE GISEBAL 1'ASSKX.E!: AOFNTs. There was an impottaut meeting cf tha General Panenger Asents of the Western reeds at the Bates Houe jeitarday a!ter roo!i. Owen Rice pres del over the meet ir. rh'l st. H, Ktnt: as'd as Secretary. Tie fcPcwit-R 1;ls were rpresen'.ed' C. K I.C!1 end V. K. Jleppert, of tie Pallintoro atd Onio; X J. Smith, cf the Pe Line; A. E. Clark, oi the N. Y., P. and () ; Simuel StevBUSon, of th C, H. ard I.; 1J. N. Bro::ron, of the I , B ard W : E. A. Ford, of tbe Pan-Handle, Owsn Pice, of the Cincinnati, Wabash and Michin; A. L. Kimball, of the Nickel Plate; U. V. Amore of th L and N'. ; John Earan. B; Four; T. P. Barry, Cincinnati, Walah ftrd B.iltia-.ore; Clevelaad and Mart etta, J. c. Webb; E C. James, Cleveland, Mctir.t Yemen ard Delaware: W. B. Shattuc, Ohio and Mississippi ; J. M. Hall, Whesling ard Lake Erie. Telegrams assenting to tha ! restonab'e corc'uEiou e f Ihe meeting were received frcm W. P. Johnso , rteneral Pas set rer AentL. S. and M S. Boad: F. Chand ler, Wabash, and G W. Soaith, Pake Erie and enri), and o:her. After informal dicussiO" concarning the bt st means cf arriving at the restoration and mMntensnr of fnll tnfiff rite?, it was KfgrlTcd, That the Chair appoint a committee cf il.n e, c r iuore. to oatiin" a tei ntory to bo coa trclud fcy a ccutral association, nd submit &a ercc wei.t to rrstore rau to i-irltr in suco terri t ry. etui the penalty to be aj-plied for violatioa cl the'une. Tl e Ciisir appointed Messre. Ford.Atmore, Lord, l. J. Smith aud Shatluc as euch com mittee. On motion of Mesrs. Lord and Ford it was Kcfcivtd, That westbound ra'e. and rie bo twecii Inteiiof points in all direftloos. b;rc :orcd to full lorulir tariil oh April 5. lsij, In täo leiritoiy wtst of the truuk liac i.'rmlat And fertfce-r, on moiion of Mtsrs Steven ten ard Lord, it wai unanimously Resolved, that it is the s?r.se of thi meeting tLht rei rtfctntativcs of lines here present will re store raits on April 5, irrespective cf the action of my ccnipt titor not present. On iLOiicn of Mi&srs. Ford tad Soaith, it wro r.t 'olTec , That th Cocimtt' ot Orcanlzi'ion cf a Centn 1 Association, appointed Bt this me?c if cr, tc icstrru ted to r- prwat a 1 a'lioarn-:-l m-jt-'Ttg -oie Leid at the t'oütfcer:i Hotel. St. I.oul. oi Tluir-dy, April I;fc5, at l'J o'cloes a. m.: an l a so Kesn'.Tpd, Trat the rate rriCfitin? of tlie Weslr'i A -k,( jßtiou, CellC'd ior (.'hitaso.Tiihdaiy. Auril 7, fi.', is brrby r-Ulttl for the s-ouihorn 'ilatcl. S:. Lctii..-, April T, litb, nt 13 u El On motion ol ilttiri. Ford and Lard, it W3 Rosclrrd, Taat this mf t'n; a3,pum to m;et t tbe -outrrn Botel, i-r. Louis, on lhurdy, April IKS.', st löa. m., and that theChairmau anis ictury hall irairciia;el i.iail a cill for sai-1 neet ins, embracing; its oJecL 10 rsprestntaiives ol el' )h(.5 intensteJ, urgiu them to attend, prepared to nmnin two or inrtHi .la f. if nessHrv, to ao-tctipil'-h the result to mu ü leired by all a rts'.or iticn tnd ra&inttnauce of tari;r rates' oa pij Stüter trafäc DI&COYLKINK A COUPLE. A Nlfjht Watchman Makes a Horrible Discovery Earlier than Expected. Arcut v o'clock last nig'.t the watchman at B:yce's bakeiy, on East South street, dis covered what be supposed to ba the body of a rran hargicg in ceo of the out hcusss back cf tLo estiiblh-hrcent. Feeling certain that some peer individual, overburdened with care end trouble, Lad succeeded in ending hi weary existence at ths end of a piece of bemr, the watchman, without a n cmenPa delay, hnrried to tha tole ptcre and, callirg up the Can trfcl Station, told the police of tbe lleced suicide. They at once telephoned Manner it Hommown, and the ambulance as 5-ent out aftn- tha depd man. Thevehi c e arrived at tho bakery in a few minutes crly to find a very tough lcoking dummy IjiiiK on the tlccr. Several coHragcons par sesshsdpens into tbe outhouse to lcok at tbe alleged corpse, ard thi was the result cf the;r curiosity. Ev?rvbcdy, it eeercs. hsd f-rOtten;that this wai ""AlfFoob' Diy,M sco tLo wag who barged tha dummy no denbt thought that tbo watchman would ret find it until an early hour this morning. Local Courts. SCMRIOB COCET. Room 1. lion. N. B. Taylor, Jndjg. Frenk E. Benjamin et a I. vs. Isaac Thai msnetaL Dismissed. "William Morrison vs. Adolph Seidscstick- eretal. To quiet title. Judgment for de fer dante. Boom 2. lion. D. W. Hoira, Jude. Harry F. Voieht et ah vs. J. I. Morris et ah Account. Judgment for $"S 41. fartha L. Dully vs. Alfred H. Duffy. Di Tone refused. jntel Wad dell vs. United States Home rrd Dower Aeeociation. Dismissed. Jcseph licDonough et al. vs. Herman Lauter et al. Dismissed. T. B. Brown vs. Marie Bown. Dismissal. Mary F. Burnwortn vj. iloa Barnworih. D;Jised. ' ary C Demmy vs. W. H. Deaimy et al. DtDiraed. Krowles Etrani Pump Company vj. Ltad ley Yinlon. Dismissed. Hannah P. Bigelow va. John Brennan. Disruisied. Room 3. nou. Lewii C. Walker. Jndzc Alice Sowders va, Iliaaldo Sowders. Suit for divorce. A decree granted on tbe grounds of fTur 1 treatment and failure to provide. Annie McGee vs. Isaac X. McGee. Suit f OM'ivorce. A decree granted on the grounds of abandonment and failure to provide. Irtua K. Cotrman vs. Peter T. Cotlman. Suit fcr divorce. A decree granted ou the gioutids cf cruel treatment CHIM15AL CXJCBT. Hon. Pierce Norton, Jud, State vs. Thomas Pevine. Assault and battery with intent to kill. Dismissed. L'tate vs. Pearl Vance. Peilt larceny. Sent to the Female reformatory. Trustee's Report for March, 1835. Xnmbcrof apr!!cat!oun 1,416 Nnm'jcr of appiit-auti ai'lett .1.1'0 Number of applicants refused 2t3 f OS trcerT onlers at f L. ZWi loals coal a l iZ.iJ half conla wood, avcrvi tl-"'... Trt aoortatlon. .. 31,610 00 . 7 4R 1 11 2 TS IS 1) 15 l)u:lal cou...M Total.. 1W I Court-house locals. The April Jurors The Davlna Suit Die missed Notes. Fre pay-roll for the last half of March Jnde Howe dimicsed a number of caes yesterday for want cf projecut'on. Judge Howe yesterday refused a divorce to Martha L. DnfTy frcm Alfred H. DalTy. Morris M. Ilo?s has siven bond as aiminis tratnr of the estate cf Ncrmaa M. Hois de cease d. J. L. F.'etcher has applied for a permit to rect a ?",0O frame on Meridian strest be E?'ghth and Ninth street?. .Leopold Weil t Co. have Cled suit on an open ncccunt cf $1 SO sg.inst Louis Haae. Bernard, SGoU. Piaiutiils live in .N'fw York. The will of John Henry Brcck?chtnid!:, deceased, ha3 been probated. The property is left to tbe widow, who la named as tha executrix cf the will. The suit of Frank E. Benjamin et al. vs! Ifaac Thalman et el. was dismifsd yester day in Bcom 1. TL p id tbe last of the suits grttwlr g out cf the quarrel over the Fire De partment. Judge Nörten yrsfeiday snt Tearl Vance to the Female I U for ui story till ehe becomes of age. Pearl ws a domestic at Dr. T. H. Lynch'e, acd while there stole two 10 go d pie ce3. She entered a plea of guilty. Judge Walker yesterday granted a divorce to Alice Sowders from Pinaitlo Sowders on prc'f cf failure to provide and cruel treat ment: to Annie McGee from Isaac H. Mc Gee on proof of failure to provid and of abandonment, and to Irena E Collaian from Peter T. Co So an on proof of cruel treat- 11: Lt. Tha Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance CcEirsny has filed a suit against Edward K. Tidd and others to foreclose a mortg:igs given by Tidd ou part cf lot ." in outlet GG, to secure a r.ote for SLOT) due infievears from date. This was in February, lSsJ. Soüq. of tha coupon ncti be earning due aud not being paid, demand 13 made for foreclosure, judgment for fJ.'X'O and lor appointment of a Beceiver to take charge of tlia rents and profits during tho vearof redemption. The firm cf Hulstnan Brothers has filed suit acain't Jchn Krupp aud wife to collect sn account cf $ls-' and interest thereon since 1S81, and to set asida deeds and subject real estate to the payment of the debt. The complaint alleges that Krupp was doing a genera! merchandise busin-??, buying soods cn credit, and held out to the p'aintitlis that he was worth eo roucb property. Afterward he caiucd to be transferred" six or ssvea lets to otter parties, but that it was understood they were to bo recon vened tfnin to Krupp's wife, and the Lcmiral consideration wpsntt equal to tbe vehie of the prop rty so conveyed, and that it was net paid. Hence the demand to 8tt sside tte deed? ard t object tho real estate to tbe tcyn:ciit of tbe debts. Ddmatd, $2f0. The suit sgaintt Thorns s Devine forasstJult Bud battery with intent lo kill was pat on trial before the Criminal Court jury yester day. After a partial examination of wit rersca the I'rctccutins; Attorney stated thst Pet ice bad been fined in the Mayor's Court fcr arsault and battsry, and that the intent to kill was only a lied to increseo tbe punishment in a higher court, bnt that it cs the eame assault for which he was fined. L'ccr.uco of the e facts a nolle wa3 entered, althcugh tha defense aiked fcr a verdict bv the jury under instructions of the Court. The Court allowed the nolle to be entered end defendant was eent back to jail to eerve out his time ucder the fi:,e in tha Major's Couit. Iu mak irg his ruling, Judp,e Norfou. took occasion to remark that there bad for many years been a practice in the Mayor's Court to enter fines against the pikoneri, and wnen their hearts Rrew toft they sent an order over to the jailer to dhchsne the prisoner. This is wronp, ami contrary to law. I have no right o rendt (xvs, and rither baj tbe Mayor or any Peace Jnstio. The Goyornor aloae can do Lat. Tbe jailer who, nmier such orders, :e!f ates pnscuers 13 himself liable to a crim insil prcttcution." The following ate tho jurors for the April term. Boom 1 Price Irwin, Center Township; Pan Moningcr, Center Township; J. C. Dal- 'cc, Center Township; Frank Hosbrook, Cenier TownshiD: Charles Johnson. Center TowEship; Dan Herren, Center Township; YalJ&ce Bhoids. Wayne Township; J. M. Thome?, Decatur Township; John Wilson, Franklin Township; J. W. Kennedy, Pike Township; 1). E Williams, Decatur Town ibip; Fird Beiiner, Center Township. Boom IL C. Campbell, Center Town ship; Conrad Gehrinj;, Center Township; Edward Carter. Center TowrshiD; Gaorze Pfau, Center Township; J. Y. Granvoot, Washington Township; John Smuman, Warren Township; Thomas Shall, Pike Township; C. B. Boardman, Washington Township; Alex. McCalpin, Perry Town ehip; Bcbt-rt Graham, Perry Township; A. Bcez, Perry Townthip; Jcseph Michael, Terry Tcwushlo. Bocni 3 J. T Lavnaan, Ccuter Township; J. H. Stewart, Center Township; Andrew Lewis, Center Township; Simon Yandes, Center Township; J. W. Blley, Pike Town ship; G. B. Vaofkkle, Warren Township: A. 8. Tripling, Decitur Township: Levi Greeh. Washington TowDship; Isaac Tom linron. Terry T jwnship: W. B Flick. Law rence Township; Jacob Whitesell, Washing, ton Township; S. T. Biley, Lawreccs Town ship. JOHN IS. DOltla' NEW MO.NSrEK SHOW CombiDcd With tri Great Coloanal Inter Ocrao, Three. Hing Circa, Mara moth Sfunenm, Dep-8a Aquarlnm, Elevated Theater btne and Ftrts-Cxe Menagerie. This inimenre attractivo aggregation, which h to appear at Indianapolis, April 17 and IS. is without a doubt the largest and iucst complste show traveling, and the ex citement Is already making itself manifest among car citizens. Everybody, or nearly everybody, is making preparations to go and take 11 the children to John B. Doris' New Monster Shows contolidated with the Great Inter-Ocean. Triple Circus in three serarafi rinvs, Museum. Aquarium, ElevateiTaeattr Btge, and Fiftj-csge Menaeerie twelve shows In one. ' More new novelties, attract ive features. cnriolte, aeiialhts, bicyclists, juglera. roller-skaten. athletes, gymnasts, eiaestriaua, eqaetriennes, rare an I to a la, h arris, coitumes. riders, chariots, csjres, wsgons. lordly birds, towering aolnail, mammoth beasts and overpowering and trnly tremendoc features than ever did ex iat, or can possibly be gathered together again in one show, arsrniuented by every tbirgof value and splendor that money could pujciae. The jrraDd free, princely stret narids on tbe rr.crcinz of tbe exhibition ii a'rare tight. Tventv caeee of vil 1 animals will be ex hibited free ot charge on tbe public atresia. Advice to Mothers. Sir?, WIN3LOW8 JüOTHJNtf SYBDl' ahonld alirayi te csl whn eällrtrea are cnZzg teeth. It rCJevea Vis ItttU tirtret at ones. It proprio? natür?, c.let sleep, 7 retievtn caa chu3 froa: patu. 1210 uttia Cccrct)awi)fca";rU:MM Ebattoc' It Is vary ptttwntto iMie. ItKJOt&tvthacuCil, eof lezt the acis, a:iTs hi pia. reuertz wicl. realav?a tie bowel, aat u tae best tnora rciaütT tor car-rhu-, waether arin.7 frra teet.?rz or otaer c&VftA. Twfot-y-ftT cnti a bottle. SOGIETY NOTICES. Q MASONIC-AVAV SCOTTISH P.ITK-.Vd VV oniraui (jrr.i LoJzt d Fer ctioa; meet V iaz this (WeduessJay) CTeuia. at 7:4 o c:oCV. X. R. RUCKLE. T. P. G. M. C. F. ITc LT.inw, Secretary. C. K KKKOMLO & W IIITSKTT, Funeral iJirectois and Erubalraer, No. 77 North Delaware street. Telephone connection to otSca and residences, rnrrisecs for Weddince and parties. Absolutely Pure. Thts powacr never vanes, a xaarvel of puritj intngta aud wholesomeacs. More ecaoinica tnan tn ordinary ktnd., and can rot ba Kjld in competition with the multitude ol low t-?s:, sort weignt, alum or phosphate powders. Sldoa!v ncacs. Royal Baxino Fowdxb Cc- loa uii treet. New York. warn Eick nffaflacbe aad relieve all the tronV.!-s r! dsnt to a biiioua stato ot tho Fystem, eaco as Diz Isausca, DrowEins, Distress after eating, nia In tUe Kido, Ac. Whila their moat rtaiaik. abki Bucccsa has bcea ebowa n caring 1 rV A -rv rv ?v r AT? ''ia-hft, yrt Carter's Littl? LIvct PiTli eqc air i.n,ii n I "rnaf in.tion. rnrinir unit nrftvpntin' V3 1 ji jat'iQ in , . all d.Hordur t tho ttossüch, atimulate the liver aiidrcaliitlicLowcla, Even It ihey only curt Ace tb?7 vosld bfl filmest priceless to tho?e wfcd Bailor Iron thie dir tressin;; complaint ; but f orta. tr.tcly tbeir goodncf s decs netend here, and th033 who enco try therr. will tnd these Itttla pills va!a et Je la eo many waj 3 thst th?y will not d-j willing yd wi&gut iLcm. Ü-t zilir all tick hsd ES is the bane cf bo uiany liv?s ths.t bers h whra vü make oar preat fcoait. Our pUla coro it whila purge, but by the'r nnIo action please aU who use them. La is.a at 5 cent a; five tor 51. Sole y JmciBta everywhere, cr eeiit ty taaiL " CA-Krars üsd::ci3 co.. ?ev C.tyl FOR HALE. InOli BALZ Ono flue drait stallion. RALSTC5 I ACQ. T70R SALE Fixtures ior a iirt c!as rlear tUr.a iJ cheap. Call at 'J9 oouth l'eiiusyivuia btreet. JTtOR BALE Two thouFand LAOorie par trees 1 one and two year old : they will prow in any toil 8nd any climate; they ber.in bee ring when three years old, and when six to eight years old bear ten to clteen bushels per treo: I have 200 trcea on rcy farm, near 8helbyvllle, two yean old, doing finely: fend in your orders early; will de liver In March and April: terms reasonable. B. 8. fcCTTON. ShelbyvUle, Ind. 13 LOST. LOST Small (moue color) hairless dot. Re turn to No. ölt North West street and receive reward of 5. 1-2 : km : P7 ' : J i-- k.J. L A -J- i 53 3 a lia IM . Carter's Little Lier rilla are vrr7 traaii cna vr ry caJ7 to take. Ceb er two pills make a dce. Thf r tri't'w n-tl r r1 Hr fit fTlTW OC THY BEYCE'8 Patent nrr lacmne Jno. IIommoAVii, UNDERTAKERS, ft LJry anMM 4mmks mn w ?,Ianufncturcr. WM. O. DäyAY, President, 23 East MBryland SltovU i rrf r dcaq wrttrii tbefintlnlUfrlDUi I Iirntih4d bv thU Vmr WM. I. B I PLEY. Undertakers, Funeral Directors JVTSI PUACTICAL 1DAX U A. iL-XEJUH. CQTirat-olaBJ attocdEiioe at lovr prioos our motto. Onice and Warorooms, No 3. CO and C2 Wcat Market St,near Illinoi? Tol plxouo TSTo. QQ1 AilDSEhlENTh I'iople' Popular Pricff". sniyfiornon ftumif. Opra Co. this aki::kn3on at 2 p m . HPx'tx Diiwolo. TO MH . Xjrt XVlascotto I hur-day r-v-m:.;, Fridnv i2t-i?Il.LU: i Viaiä Fatnrdav Jlntlne: ÄILLIK T. YI.OR. Saturday Mäi t I'IKATtIS Or' FiC.NZA.NCE. April c, and 7. Henry Chsalrau in "KIT." Vi"ednedy and TbMr.Uv Kreai'u. April I aol the Accomplished Young Art'.&'e, MINNIE MiiODSßS" ! fcopported ty Utnry Miller aad ;hs oriiaal New orkrn!iu RIC By llotrartt 1. Tnylor. !-,. , ro author of "May ßlofs-ora." I'opulnr Prift. L-aiH nowteiliai. Friday and Paturdsy, April .vlaud 4ta. and Sat- urd.-5 ljiHtiuee. ti.e McCquU Opera Corniquo Company, 50 A KT (-TS Mt John A. McCanll, proprietor ami rnana?er. iu the latest New YorK sucr??, "FALKA." Rf-'Prir.' ?ofa chairs and parqnette. SI; par Viett? circii und dres-i circ'e. TN -, adnilslcn. 'J"i .ud H: i-hIp oi teuts open this corning, .ril 1, :it the box olll t. L'o'dv. April c-Edwin Thome la "THE ß LACK FLA I. " M ERIPT..AT RINK! POLO ! POLO ! J'Z O U IZ O 31 13 H . 3JASOJTIES (Ififnetf) v. JILrllDHNS. Monday, TresJay nn-i Wp.iti day. Mireh ;o, 21, and April 1, AimijMON'.. -, (Uf, Ir.r.liiiItL'g !kHtH r iurf-. 68turoKV Af ernoon. Anril 4. Mnsiü nd Hh-p: for Boys. WANTED. LOT Any article ol valnc, not er".edr.j three l!u?c, Inserted t'.o times FREE TJn.ier tiia Lend "Situation Wanted," lonr llua; cr k8, inserted FREE. ? ANTED -iiuation To do up-stairs wois b7 gocdcirl. Kilereuccs aiveu. r, rcatmo! 1 TT)' AN'i'EI) Situation By an experienced bo t VV r'd sboe ealtsiaan. Address II A lit: i", i tln l ctllce. l WANTED Wr.ihin? and Ironlnu to d at bouioi or will go out. Call or aidre-s MRS. DOLDÄ1 AN, 47 Eifcke street. '2)-i WANTED Hoard und loeieinj? iu piivate fam ily: terms must te reaa'.iible. Ad;riSi YILL MANN, lndianarolls. 1 WANTKJj-Situation as honsckeeper or to d feirily iewinp, by a middlu-agc-d laly. Ad dress M. IL L., tcntiutl ollico. 2J-:', l "ANTED Drepgnialjint: to do in fAtai; ty Vv the week or dny by an cxp- ricccjd iler' Call at 22'J Nrth New Jersey street. 2s "TTTANTED An active, industrious, experi Vv erred and reliable i.;,in wants or':. Its: crenee. D. I'lEUCi:, 213 SjuCi Illinois strtct. WANTED Situation by a Rood custom snd ex rbanfe miller; pood renor.s for bvln oat of a job. Address R. b. RAlTEUilAN, Falcioath, Ruth Couty, Indiana. 27 WANTED Situation In ollice by an lutelli gent and competent t ccuuntan : Ions bu; Etf8 exrriencc; btst of recoinmr n Ja'1 cs anl chy rcieieace. Address a. B. , Sentinel olhce. 1 T ANTED Tartner: man with S5'0 to co in Yf ytlih practical workman and buy bafcerv, ccnffctircery and restaurant do'.tu' a ?ood bnsi tfs, in Lot;anFport, Ind. Address J. M. A'J'J'Jw I CS. Loeausport, lud. ANNOUNCEilENTö. ADAM GRIFFIN'S Tent and Awning K)or-,'..T W tt Maryland, moved to I U Est Wnshiue ton Ktrec-t. i-7 THOSE going to not Fpriupjior tha treatment of syphilis, gleet, RcrofuiA. si.fl ail tutincon or biood dlfeaes, can be'eured for one third tbe cost of such a trip at the old reliable stand. I have been located here fcr twenty three yep.rp, r.ni witb tbe advantage of long and successful experience can warrant a cure in all chm9. r?i)Cnnatorrnpa aid lmrctency, in nil their stages, poMtivelT cured. Office fconrs, 8 a. m. to 9 p. m., 41 Vireicl avenue, Indianapolis. I'ill sentwlta lull diroo tion at tl ptr box. DH. BENNETT, succar to Dr. Ewlng. TO MANUFACTURERS A rare opportunity for purchase or lease for a term of years. Tbe E. F. Ferry Lumber Company, of Montacne, MnskfEon County. Michigan, ons a larjze tliree 6tory buildir?, 50x100 feet, well lighted, aha'tlnq and pulleys full length, with tnzine-ruom 03x40 feet: ample boiler and engine: all In pood repair; rocmy grounds; convenient for water shipment, and also aloruhlde C. and vv. M. 1-Uilroa i tra? k. A idres. for price and terms, ROBERT CAITH NESS, Agent. 7 read. 7C ISJoi'ttx Illixxoia at. TELETUONE 611. PltOPRir.TORS OITY AMHULANCE. mm piper mum. ELIJAH II ED 3 3. Wi;rNi:SDAY EVENING, APRIL 1. l'rlze for tne atost Grecv;:ul couple SkA'.iii a rvairn? ilmlMi In iirh. B 0 U S i 1 tfiS C A Dii. St-'.ii Tu --I if in the c-t'j 'i t ."r.' vTfv "f t't : jo!ioi ie of r ii l rn.- roTz:-:cAi:T ad iRrr:sr. DR. K. I). rO'tTi;!!, oit.i t,::-t.! Dr. It-: !' ":ivrrj to'u-'j ' '.. -:r. r :r . A Iii IHCIAI, TCKTJI WITHOUT PLATE, At ZSft Ws.hln2ton rtiejt. Kefererrrs slvr-n to parti w-arins r.. W. FI?l!E!C. M. V.t tili: SPECIALIST. E3 North Delaware ctrcot OfUfeTars: Tnrlay. l'ri !jy n 1 Vir'7. ALL A ED'S rOhLLAlt icjc cr i-:a.?:. Order from Ch1Ir?, Festival, IWen I!0-nl-.. aud Adjoinms Tou- piom;;:y suiip.nd. Creamery, IK North Di.:T.i:. Telephoine 4,0. QilAiL2 A. N1COL1, SS It Slarket street oppo&ite F.;-.St; inlisnapoli, Ind. QUAS. E. SUOVEIt. IURE LAKE ICE. Ofice: Na 171 Eat Market Street, Telephone Not corrected with ice on, hi ha": 11 ojp-.t L N T I ST , " f. o. PAkSQ ZOy. West VfisM'ori Sir ret. OVER NM'AS ).rw liid:ar:rtj'o.:s. in 0. CTSV.' KK7 "WALL PAi'KS i SKlD.: HG-r.Zt 4i t Ohio rr.vi, lic'tiajMroJf. CL'-Clcths, .U.;;s iid ilat.-. r;Hici.u fv.vlcu i. ?.lrtdjw Sitdcs aad Interior DccotH.oa. A:-;N2-S3, BADJJLEli, X1XJ, 71 Fat Conr Pt. nr 1 t' Ea-t wo. Sf. 1- U MSI LAD. rRESCUIPTION DIIUC. STORE, ' No. 10 VirinlA Avonu?. NL1.A NATO LIS BUSINESS UNIVERSITY. A l.:ve Coni'i,erol.l I tV.; il iue Frt 0. Vi'ljcn Elccr. North lVuis?ivi!ii St., o;:Oilt roso:!'!'.'. JINÜ HOLME?, IRON FENCE CRESTING, ETC. lUiliV.e Asc::ts V.'ante !. Ofi'-coEcd -; ilesrco-n No. 12'. North Dlifr-j CLEAN MHiT Zil EfRt Wsfhhmton r-.TSNrth Pv".iyli-a-iU p. Etc Is i and Tast Merket llcuv.'. Ci ric; Laciba a specialty. Mertlrsi.UVE Klolt, Ltt.? Po-loCct. C.'a;H dya and r-.'p&ir peatlciaen's clotta:; t.tv, ladles' d.rtpsc3, ti.win, pv'it?, and eii n wcol.n gooua oi tvery Cr.-zni.tttz, ?;f! h finliiifvl: t'.d stlcvf.t- ties-lly clraocd 5.: ecu edr. Will 6'j mere 5mlsr. rc:l ici I.s v.- k an uxy hasr ci tti- si.-. 1 t-r'-tu. TvriiiftfrX i APAL-.S; eswäi an; gent u.U. oa:;l:i.w,-;i Y.ton 21 T3arnc b'rxu. Ir-una- VT S. BAWLS, OCIaypooI Block, cpi'G.tf J stv -' . - fl-eclal attoutioa n' ta te vrerft't.-'i: o.' ,: uatural ttcth. l'n-. r -.v. .. , Spt cia! Anncuncsinnt! HEN Ry"Ö E 0 II 0 K, AUTHOR OF" PROGRESS AND POVERTY, "Will L?ttiro sit PLYMOUTH OKUROH, tVclnt-nday Ilvt-otnir, Apt! ."Hi. No American bco'x Mice t'ne'e Tnm.' Ca.'i.m ts px clucid ft viWc an i J r? au -raloi n Ficgre-s and Foverty, End In the whole hivt irr o: literstuic no economic vorl: ":3s cvtr t ' :v:j achieved stich a circulation. It no'. nv:t ly btcn trauflatcd iota ti t.tl'Jc'iR1 !ai'g ih.'-.-.s '-.ut l as aircady cailt'd ort a )'.t,rr7 of ro itr-t-rl literature, prornitd a dinjssslou in tiiK-':, tu ablcit Eurcpcan p lhlijlss hv- t -'-:i rarniyeli-yl totak3 rait. nd ltd in (jr-v. ilriii.ii; ai lei;, 1 the formation ol povrrrlul t jririi s. nr. ? t j.l mote and others to j-revcut th j tprciid o.' u -tjc- ;rine?. lIKMlYCrOhCK IV I.v;r. Nt. The London Hues pays: cn datiy Mr. Gtonre's fertility of literary rc ojrto, hUcttcn sive command of honiely ;il ap: Uummtion, hli feryent Fjmpathli-. his power of vlij irous inrer tive, hlscapcity for vUorous !:lr1nc;,io., "St. Jamea' Ilall, thetrto-s; f-i-h: aibiti iu I.m den, va? crowded alnit to m:l'oc.:lo:i. Wh.ti picture it wns, tLIs pi-l'iro d a I r vt c'iior nia journalist tändln' nu t teeu political ifdcncfc to a Wet L::d Lcr.'i',n tu-ltcnr-', na the platform were r.:any ir.cn:h.;r ft l'arliamnt. a.i 1 the audlenca wai composcl cf k:i i'.rir. on I c-u-ditlon of men. Pf:l!o!:i hfv hca n.c'i a.i au dience in Fntland. Fcr more tMn m hour and a half Mr. George eld tt a;vtii audknee. The fpecch 11 not rambling: it wa, oj the contrary, condEe, and lu febort. tlo'ju-at " Lot.rt Latrl Ccllycr ia London corrüpndeueo to the Chic; Tribune. ux Adnivion cnt Feats rc-emd, be;ln nm Monday, At ril Cili. tlJAUClAl. M OXKY-At the lowest Tito of latcrtL J. W. WILLIAMS A Co., 3 and 4 Vinton Block. TO LOAN We have 5VCO to loan on Indian- polli TkAl estate Hi-NKV CÜK di CO . II Martin Jale Bloca. 8 r TO LOAN Monty wlta prlTilcire of prepay tneut: terma reaAonabla. Til Od O. DAT A VJ,t 7i rvt Mrkat aust, laliaajpoOs.