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THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY SENTINEL FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 29 1885.
) RAILWAY SEWS. Cfcarce of Time on the I., B. and W. The Eee Line Llmltede Other Iteme. The fast freight line agents are cutting rates at Terre Haute. All the employes or the B Line haye been paid lor last month's services. There Kill be a meeting of the Local r3 tsnger Acents Association ta-morrow. The cifc of cutting down the "camel back" on the T. H, and L. will he fiaiahed nest neek. That portion of the I., P. and C. between 1h!e city and Hor!ar;d is in better condition than any other part of the road. Ilailrcad men say that the present de ruoialization of rates is due to the fact that the trunk lines ere carrying freight at less ifcan the coat cf transportation. President Devereux, cf the Bea Lino, 8ys that no arrangements have been made TPheieby the Erie will run cars from Dayton to Cincinnati ever tha C, C, C. and I. A rumor ha3 teen .afloat for same tini3 rast that Auditor Dickenson, of the I., B. and W., intends to tender his resignation at an early date. He has been ab3ent for sey- eiul weeke. The Mitchell, Orleans, Taoll, West Baden and French Lick Railroad Company has filed articles of incorporation under tha laws cf the State. The capital stock, i? $l:,C0O, and tho road is to begin at Mitchell, Lawrence County, and terminate at French Lick, Orange County, tho distance beinß tT enty-ttrco miles. Tfce affairs ot th com pany are to be contrslled by a board cf thir teen Directors. I; is highly probable that tha Bee Line peo ple will bsgln the running of buffet cars on their limiteds during the comisg we?k An official of the road in conversation with a Sentinel reporter yesterday afternoon said that the company would never have caasa to regret their having placed these trains on the line as they were already beginning to pay. The lies Line will no longer occapy a conservative position but will make a grand pmh fcr business in all directions. Commissioner Carman, of th9 Northwest ern Traffic, Central Icwa and Keck Island and Älcline Associations, h&a notified the rradsin these associations that whenever they find it necessary they may make sich rates aj will enable them to compete against Ziittissippi River steamboat lines, but should always try and secure tbe highes: rates ob tainable. The agents when making lower rates must so inform the Commissioner at once, so as to be able to inform othe roads in thoe atsodations ot what the rates are. On the New York Central they are putting a new style atep on all p:iienger cars that come in for repairs. They have nine inches lite, but there are no regular riser. The back oi the step is inclosed by a board set at an angle. The- platform is reduced eight iLchts in width. The top of the lower slep ccmrs witbin thirteen inches of the topot the rail. The step3 of the cars of this road have always been considered particularly caey to reach, from the rail level, bat the are htiil f asier. For stations where there are no platforms, and the cars have to bs reached from the ground, this is a great improvement. Aa the Dew steps do vQt project oav farther then the old etyie, there is no difficulty in csicg them on the main line. On Sunday there will bs a change of time on the Ohio and Middle division of the I.( P. and W. The principal change will be on the Middle Division. Train No, C, which has heretofore left Indianapolia at 11:20 a. m will leave at 0 p. m., with combination sleeping and chair cars attached, for both Sandusky and Columbus, connecting nt Bpringneld at 2:10 a. m. with Ohio Division No. G formerally 2; also with Bee Line ex piers from Dayton and Cincinnati, and far Cleveland and the East. No. G will reach Columbnsat5:45 a. m., and Sandusky at 8 a. in., giving pa3?engerj the advantage of all night rest, and arrival In Col ambus in time to get breakfast and take all early trains leaving that place, and at Sandusky in time to connect with morning boats for the Is lands. COURT-HOUSE LOCALS. Two Suits for Slander, Ono for Divorce, and One for Support Filed. Delcss Root has given $l,0C0 bonds as guar dian cf Henry Bennett Root, minor heir of Kate Root, deceased. Judge Taylor has refused to grant a new trial in the case of Mary E. Marsh vs. the Masonic Mutual Benefit Association. In the paternity suit of Ella Todd vs. Geo. J. Charpiot Judge Ayres yesterday reduced . the judgrxent heretofore rendered' to $!() on account of the death of the child. Building permits: J. S. Neal, $1,000 frame In West Indianapolis; TV. II. Kendrick, $1,X0 brick on Massachusetts avenue, be in cen Peru and Bellsfontamo streets.. Barney Boyle was struck on the head about three years ago, since which time he has teen subject to epilepsy, and has become violently insane. He was yesterday declared insane by a commission. Melvina Brennan has filed for divorce from David Lewis Brennan, alleging drunk enness, cruel treatment, failure to provide and abandonment. They were married in Angnat, 1834. Plaintiff lives at 125 West Pearl street. Judge Norton has received a letter from Judge Hord, of Shelbyville, announcing tbat the criminal libel suit of Ioca Wray aeainst Cnarles X. Matthews has been set tied and trat his services as Judge in the cate are therefore not needed. The jury in the Hecsley cass was instruct ed by Judge Norton yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock to be oa band this morning at 1) i ox:ocjc, at winch time Hon. John B. Llara will make the closing argument for tbe Srate. It is the general belief that a verdict will be rendered after a brief consultation. In the event of a conviction it is probable tbat an appeal wifl ba taken. Frank Catalan! has filed suit in replevin Glinst Sheriff Carter, S. B. Coibaley and John Schaffner te recover a lot of saloon fixtures and stock of goods which were in a room at 4'Jl Virginia avenue, the goods hay ing been levied upon by the bberiff on AVcdne?day. The Roods are valued at 51,000. Forcible entry and seizure is alleged. De mit d is made for the goods and $1,000 dam- Czvzh Ray has filed suit against John J, Ray, her husband, for support, making Lewis Ronton a co defendant.- Plaintiff was mar lied to John in October, 1S7S, and they have two children. Tbe complaint charges that ca tho 10th of this month John debited his family, leaving them notbin to support tfcjci. John is o palnUr, employed by Ben I'jt EziTX tj Ut J03 to ttunp$Jl t0 ray into conrt 100 fcr her irnrasdiate npcr titie. and asks fcr judgment lor?5we2tIy allowance. George P. Bifsell ban filed cult to quiet title against Joseph A. Mooio on lot 1, out lot 42. The complaint alleges the execution of a trust deed by defendant to secure $25,000 loaned to Moore, who, in 1S7G, was adjudged to bo bankrupt, and A. L. Wright became his asalgnee. who sold the property to Ingram Fletcher. When plaintiff s claim for 23,000 became due he sued on it, and afterward purchased the property at Sheriff's sale, when Irgram Fletcher gave him a quit claim deed. Tbe suit now is to secure a clear title to the property. Mrs. Minnie Stuard has filed euit a;ainst Adolphine Mueller for damages for slander, allegirg that cn the 20th cf the month de fendant said of and to her in the presence of divers gocd citizens, t4Youara drunk ;" "You were drunk all night;" "You lay drunk;" I can tell you more, too, I don't go out buggy ridicg with other men. I saw you get out of a siDgle buggy at my door with a strange man, so did my husband and so did Mrs. Sherman," Tbe complaint a!lege3that uthe defendant accompanied each ofithe fore- gciDg utterances with a tweak of her noss with seem inp contempt." Demand 3.000. Tho suit epainEt Jacob Mueller, alleging that alter his wife, Adolphine, had uttered the foregoing quoted words, he taid, 'You shut your mouth, I taw you, too," and at th9 erne time shook his first under plaintiffs nose, thereby affirming what his wife said. Demand is also made fcr 5,000 against him. Real Estate Transfers. The following deeds were recorded on Thurs day, May 23, as reported by Steeg & Eernhamer, abstract compilers. 12 and 15 Thorpe Block. Tele phone. i,0i8: Bertha B. Walsh and husband to John G. Scnwarz. warranty deed to lot 4 and part of lot 3, in block 8, in BngMwoocLS 200 CO William Wallace. IUceiver, to Lilly F. Morri. Receiver's deed to lot 25, in CJinoid Piace.an addition to the city of Indianapolis ...... 100 03 William Wallace, Receiver, to Mary o. Morris. Receiver's deed to lot 21, in Clii'.ord Place, aa addition to the city of Indianapolis .. 125 00 Nicholas McCarty et al. to Madison A. Kutiin, warranty deed to lot 80, in Mc carty's subdivision of part ol outlot 120, in tbe city of Indianapolis -.. 43) 03 Msrtha J. Tcdd to Jaco a Keeker, 6r.,et al., warranty deed to part of lot 2, in square 05. in the city of Indianapolis- 22.CC0 00 Edward F. Droeger and wife to Lizzie fcchuler, warranty deed to lot 9ü, in Daugterty's subdivision of c part of out lot w, in the city ol Indianapolis 1,533 00 Amanda Funkhouser and husband to Hiram W. Ml der, warranty deed to pait ot tue southwest quarter of the norm tet quarter and part of tne southeast quarter of tne northwest quarter aud part of tbe northeast quarter of trie sotuijwefet quarter ci etction 21', town ship 16 norm, range U east 5$ is 103 acres- - 4.503 00 Frederick Axt and husband to Chritsto poer Socitnerl&d, warrantr deed to lots 10 and al. In Thoma VVebo's sub Ji v;ion of part ol lot b, la Yandes su bdl vltion tfce Carson Farra 403 00 Nicholas McCarty et al. to Cnnries E tlatl. warranty deed to lots 5, 33 asd 37, in MtCartj's third West -tide adlitioa to theclty of Indianapolis C25 CO Nicholas MctJtrty et al. to (Jbarle E Hall, wananty deed to Jot SSMn MlCartv's thiid Vtst Side addition to the City of Indianapolis c:0 CO Eliza C. Henderson aad huaoaud to Richard Legso. warranty doed to lot I'd, la fcpann Co.' first Wood lawn addition to the citv Indianapolis G30 00 John T. Wcodaid and wife to "?arati C. rizly,-qnit cb1m tx lot C5, in Sp;un A: Co" 's rir&t subdivi.-lcn to the city of ludlanat-olis : 250 GO Sarah A. Can tie Id end husband to' Bridg et Davy, warranty deed to lot S, in Can field's Piace. in Uauphville.. 2j0 00 Tfce Citizess' National Bank of JndHn apoli to John Krber, warranty diei to lots 80 and 81. in James II. Ruddell'd Ulenwoad 200 CO Conveyances, 14; consideration 3 o2,4.0 03 Local Courts. ÜPEBIOE COU ET. Kcora No. 1 Hon. N. B. Taylor, Judge, Hary E. Marsh et al vs. Masonic Mutual Benefit Society of Indianapolis. Salt on policy. Motion for pew trial overruled. Joseph Deshler vs. William PfafiUD. Suit for ccmmUsion cn sale. Dismissed, einem court. lion. A. C. Ay re?, Judge, Ernest Kitz, Trustee, va. the Board of Com micsionera of Marion County. Claim. Special finding and Judgment for plaintiH for 140. State exrsl Ella Todd ts. George J. Char T?att, Bastardy. Judgment reduced to $150. Irwin Stewart et al vs. Allen Stewart et al. Report cf partial distribution of sale. Alb?rt W. Johnson vs. John Dany, gaard ian. Claim. Under advisement. CHIMIN al co ÜBT. Hon. Pierco Norton, Jndge. State v?. Charles S. Hensley. Attempting to pre cure ni if carriage and manslaughter. On trial by lury. Appeals Dismissed. The following cases were dismissed prior to the adjournment of the Supreme Court a few days ago: 11.178. Mary Z. Daran vs. James N. Tayton. Floyd C. C. 11.SG5. Rachel Atkinson vs. Charles Daily. Ben ton c: c. 11.19S. Loufcville, Evansville and St. Louis Railway Company vs. William II. II. Toney. Craw ford C. 11,705. Themas C. Ea?by vs. Evan C. Thornton et al. Jav CJ 12,101. "Nathan Foster vs. Lea A. Müller et al. Henry C. J. ll,It. I.. P. and w. Railway Company vs. Frances E. Cray. Hendricks C. C. 11. ?.61. a hariah Utputy vs. Robert F. Dicks et 11,302. Zartarlh Depity vs. Kotcrt F. Dicks et al. Jf-nnlnzn C. C. 11.K1. Ilcury O. Blisi vs. John Dauch. LTie C. C tiatnbllnc nt Ynle. i:o5ion Herald. It is rerorifd in New Haven tint during the rst lew rtontbs there has been a won derlnl increase in gambling at Yale College, nd tbat tbe police whose duty is in tbe vicinity of the campus have "spotted" a number of students' rooms in which parties play poker until almost daybreak. A lew wpfks aßo a prty of five "academies" clubbed togethar and bought a ticket in the Kentucky btate Lottery. They won $000 on it, end since this got noied about the can pna every young wan with a tendency to gambling has invested in the lottery tickets. An Editorial Heart llowcri Down. I Henry County (Ga.) Weekly. 1 Thf re are galled epochs in every nun's lifo "hen he would willingly divide his patrimony with a journeyman blasphemer In exchange for one boar's solid cuisln', ap plied according to directions. A fair in stance of justifiable exasperation and one tbat requires a vast amount of restraining grace to pre terre the orthodoxy of our relig ions system is whon a 1 cow breaks in and eats up a $10 earden for us in one night. The tumult tbat distracts and distort a man's soul under such trying circumstances is harder to control than the air pump of a wbr ezy hand organ.' Gentle reader, we haTa MOTHER'S DOUOllNUr3. EL PGR A CO, l ill. I've Jest bin down ter Tnompson'F, boys, N feelln' kind o bine. I tnought I'd look in a; The Ranch," Ter nnd out what wuz new; When I Feen this sign n hangin' On a Ehanty by the lake : 'Here's wear jer eets ver doughnuts Like yer mother used ter make." I'ye ren a prlzzly show his teeth; I've seen Kentucky Tete Draw out hi shooter n' advice A "tenderfoot" ter treat? But nuthlu ever tu me down 'N made my benders snake L'.ke that s!?n about the doughnuts That my mother used to make. A fort o' mist thut cut tV.e ranct, N' liandia' thar InsteaJ, I fcen an ol'l white Jarm-honFe, With its doors all painted red. A whit? came throuKh the open doer Wuz I skepfu' or awake ; The smell wuz thnl öl doiwhnnts Like my mother used ter make, Tr.c bees wuz humTa?n round the porch, Wnar honeysuckles crew; A vellow dish of apDie-saas . Wuz fettln' thar in view; on the table by the stove, An old-tlmc "iohuny-cake," 'N' a platter full ol dcughnnts Like my mother used ter make. A ratient form I seemed ter tee, Jn tidy dress of blacic; I almost tfconght I heard the word?, 'When will ruy boy come back''1 'N' then the oldsfgu creaked; Bit now it was the boss who spake: "Here's whar yer gets yet doughnuts Like yer mother used ter make.' Well, boy, that kind o broke me up, 'N' ez I've "struck pay gravel, " I ruther think I'll pack my kit. Vamose the ranche, 'n travel, I'll make the old folks jubilant, N'lf I don't mistake, I'll try some ot them doughnuts Like xay mother used ter mate. Harper's Magazine. The First Negro Minstrels. Ean Francisco Alta. "Hey Jim Along, Jim Along Josie," was sung in 1838 by John Smith, or "Xiggar Jack," as he was called. Smith was afterward identified with circus companies, and died a few years ago In Melbourne. He was the originator of the double eong-and dance busi ness. Coleman, Frans: Brower and Dm Em me tt did seme song-and-dance work at the Franklin Theater, in New York, in 1811. John 1. Gongh tang come negro songs and ccmic character songs at the same place of amusement. Iu 1S42 the first band of minstrels was forme J and gave a benefit performance at the Low ery. They then effected a complete organization and opentd ut the Chatham Theater. The artiste were: Frauk Brower, as bouts; Billy Whitlock, as banjoist; Dan Emmett, fiddle, and Dick Pelham, tambour ine. They appeared between tho play and farce at the Park Tüeaf.er a few nights and then went to England, but the tour wa3 a failure. Frcra tbia cru3e beginning sprane all the bands of later days. A circus agent, James Dnrableton, caught on to the idea and organized a band, consisting of Gil. Pel ham, 'White, Harrington, Stamwood and others. They, were called ,4rhe Ethiopian Minstrel?," and created a furor when they went to England. They were the first to pive a fiist part; that 13 to appear in fall drete, as it is dor.e at tbe present time. Christy than ceme to the front and main tained tbe palm lor many years. The Cbristy mirstrels were oranizad in Bafia'o X. Y., by E P. Christy. D.ck Hooley, Eirl Pieica and Geor&e Christy, whose real name wss Harrington, were members. In 1813 1 they roe.de the rounds of the cities, bat wisely located in New York. E, P. Christy made a fortune of 5109,000, but went insaa'e for fear the w.ar would sweep away his prop erty, and killed himself. George Christ7, after making a large amount of money, diad tu poverty. John Diamond was the fir si white boy who ever danced a jig witha black lace. P. T. Barnum picked him up and made a great deal of money with him. Dia mond, however, wa? a rascal and was ssnt to prison fcr theft, and fisaUy died a drank &:d. A negro boy, Juba. from South Carolina, was tbe greatest jig dancer that ever appeared before tne public, Charles E. "While is the oldest living performer who has made burnt cork a specialty. Dan Gard ner was a famous "nejiro" parformer and a favorite clown. Hie daughter married Ed win Adams, The first man who ever played on the banjo In public was Joe Sweeney, and his banjo was a gourd with four strings. In 1313 tbere was a show running in Pratt street, Baltimore; attendance, 12 tents; children half price. Edwin Booth sustained the bono end, Jchn Sleeper Clark banged the trom bone and Matt O'Brien was the middle man. Booth played solo3 on the banjo. Clark is now a popular comedian and manager in London, and O'Brien General Superintend ent of the Southern Express. Too Monotonous, i Pittsburg Chronicle.1 War news has not much interest for the man who has been married ten years and joined the club six months after marriage. It is too tame. Ltowurlght Cruelty To permit yourself and family to 'Sufier!" With sickness when it can be preventsd and cured so easily With Hop Bitters!!! Havirig experienced a great deal ot "Trouble!" from indigestion, so much eo that I came near losing my Life! My trouble always carte after eating any food However light And digestible, For two or three hours at a time I had to go through the most Excruciating paios, "And the only way I ever got" Belief!" Was by throwing up all my stomach con tained. No ono cau conceive tho pains that 1 had to go through, until uAt lat!" I was taken! 1 Sa that for three weeks I lay in bed and Could eat nothing! My sufferings were to that I called two doctors to give me eomething that would stop the pain. Their Efforts were no good to me. At last I heard a good deal 'About your Hop Bitters! And determined to try them." Got a bottle in four hoars I took tbs con tents of One! Next day I was out of bed, and have not seen a "Sick!" Hour from the tame cause cince. I have recommended it to hundreds of others. You hate no each 'Advocate as I am."-George Kendall, Allston, Boston, Mas. Columbus Advocate, Texas, Anril 21, '83. Dear Kditor: I have tried your Hop Bit ten, and find they are good for any com plaint. The best medicine I ever used in my family. H. Talikee. None canine without a bun eh oi green hops on the white label. Shun all tha vile, pobonoia duff Tfiih "Hop" ci "Hop" R3 FD IIS! PASTRY 0 Cream. ludd!rct.tic.."a delicately cmd not ttrallym the fruit iTrora wl.ir.b te.T ar-rne.t!cr i'ÜB STIiSLNOTH A:i TIICE FRDII rUTOU THEY STAXD 410NL'c Price Bering Powder Cüef Ghlcaßo, III. st. Lcuifl, f, Dr. Prlcs'G Grsaw 5afch:g Pender Br. Price's LcprJin least Gem Sect Dry Hop Teaet. WE IIAKU 2JT ONE QUALITY. Bestin'.tlieörT3. TBE mm OF l'FE. . 08 $1. UY MAIL, IOSr-tAID. msmuFEy I. E.V J I rv-w KHOW THYSELF, A GBEAT ÜEDICAL WOUK 03 nWHOOD, Exriansted vitality, rrervons and xnysical DehlUty. PremAture Decline In man, Errors of Youth, and the untold miseries resulting from Indiscretions or excesses. A booic lor every man, young, mid-dle-aeed and old. It contains 125 prescriptions for all acute and chronic diseases, each one of which is invaluable. So found by the author, wnosa ex perince for tvrenty-lhree years is such as probably never before fell to the lot of any physician. SCO pages, bound In beautiful French musiiu, em bossed covers, lall gilt, guaranteed tn be a finer work In every sense mechanical, literary and professional than any other worx sola In this country ior 52.50, or the money will be refunded in every instance. Price only 81 by mail, post paid. Illustrative sample 6 cents. Send now, Gold medal awarded the author by the National Medical Äociation. to the President of which, the Hon. P. A. Bissell. and associate officers oi the Board the reader is respectfully referred. This boot should De read by the younc: lor lr Rtructiou. and by the afflicted lor xeliei. It will benefit all. London Lancet There is co member of society to whom this book will not be useful, whether youth, pareat, gnardian. instructor or clergyman. Argonaut. Address tne Feabody Medical Institute, or Dr, W. H. Parker, No. 4 Bulnnch street, Boston, Mass., who may be consulted on all diseases requiring skill and experience. Chronlo and obstinate dis eases that bare baffled the skill of other physi cians a f peclalty. Such treated successfully .with out an instance or talinre . HEAL THYSELF. BALDNESS CURED! Br Palace Hotel Uaivlcy irair-Giwing Co. Still continues to do nusiness at their old stand (reports to tbe contraty notwithstandiDg), whero they are pre? ai c d to sive, under tha personal supervision of MISS 15. II. II AW LEY, tbelr U L 12 11 11 A L K I J T K K AT ft! P X r For growlte hair on Glossy Bald Ilead, and cur ing pH öUALP DISEASES, mch a Dandruff-, Fall In? Hair. Intenfe Iichlog. Heat of Head, etc. CO vfcULTATION FIIEÜ. Kefcreuces tjlveu as to Pievioub remits by calHn? upon or addresfilag II AW LEY UAir.-UROWING CO.. Rcom 5, Bradford 3io?k, sixth and Vine, t;inciMijnt, Ohio. P. F. Tersons at a dlitanca can be treated with tbe fame RAtisfactory reaali.. w .rieud fctamn for circular. f STEES, i PEWO Unding Ncs.: 1 4, 048, 1 30, 1 35, 333, 1 Gl f ForSalabyall Stationera ' ?t)3 C3TERCR00S OTCCU PEli CO- ÜCfkS. Ckaden. II X 50 V ?. n K Ohio and SXlaalsalppl. et. Loutx........ s :10 an Vlncenncs.(MM K&it tu Louli. 6:S5 am Odlgw.w........10:siaia Mitch ell 2:47 pxa North Vernon.. 4:18 pn B-Amfiß flford M Room 5. mmm& Mim. mm mi IThefimt Ttprctentcd Ulow are tc noil itzunch cndrelxalle in city, and ere entirely worthy of the jKiironaae of Sentinel readers, A L.LRITTLNGIIAM, STEAM DYEING, Cleaninsr and Repairing. Lad es' Wearing Ap pwrel ol all kinds Cleaned and Dyed. Aho Lace and Damask Curtains EeSnished. 16 yorth Delaware Street. Y. FI6HEB, M. D., PILE SPECIALIST, S5 orth Telaware Street. CCce Days: Thursday, Friday and Saturda. rOTHECABY AUD D KU G GIST. DR. E. D. PORTER, 1-9 South Illinois St. Dr. Dendj's Cäerry Cou?h Cure. Eamplo froc, JgALLABD'S POPULAR Orders from Churche, Festivals, Parties. FIc n!c, and Adjoining Towns promptly supplied. Creamery, 1C2 Sörth Delaware. Telephone 410. QHARL8 P. JACOBS, SOLICITOR OF rATENTS. North Delaware Street. Terms reasonable. Send fcr circular. Fifteen years experience. QHABLE3 X, KICOLI. K14 sxt Uarkst ttrcct, eppcaite rcxtcSc: Indianapolis, Ind. QtfAS. E. E HOVER. PURE LAKE ICE. Off.cc: Ko. 174 East ilarkct Street, Telephone SC 6. Kot connected with ics combination companies D ENTIST, J. G. PARSONS, S0) West Wwhington Street, OVER NEWS Office Indianapolis. -QR. J. Y. WILLIAMSON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. 26 East Ohio Street up stairs. Treatment of Women and Children a Specialty. JgJ A. HERRMANN, WATCIDIAKEB, Clocks, Jewelry and Eyeglasses. Repairing Music Röxes a Specialty. 93 East Market Street. GC. FOF.S INGER, I'KAtmOAI. ROOFER, And manufacturer of Elack and Asphaltlne Var nishep.Tar.PJtch.RcsIn.RooflmrandKuildinpFelts. PITCH AND GRAVEL ROOFa Laid and Repaired. Tin, Iron and Shingls Roofs Painted and Repaired. Ofilce 42 South Pcnn. St. Telephone 417. H. O. ß7YEN2f NEW WALL PAPEK ä SHAD3 HCUßL, 4i Rist Ohio Eireet, Indianapolis. Oil-Cloths, Ru?gs and Mat2. Special deiljni 13 Window Shades and Interior lccorstlcni. pj ABNSSS, SADDL2CS, ETC 71 East Court St. and 6 East Wash. 8t. H. L. ÜMSTEAD. PRESCRIPTION DRUG STORE, Fo. 150 Virginia Avenue. JNDIANAPOLI3 BUSINESS UNIVERSITY. Bryant & Stratton College. A Live Commercial School. Catalogue Free. When Bloci, opposite Postoffice. JAILER BROTHERS. ADJUSTABLE IRON FENCE POSTS. Cheap as Cedar Posts. sAgent3 wanted. Send lor circular. Office and Factory, 96 South Pennsylvania Street jgINQ & HOLMES, IRON FENCE CRESTING, ETC. Reliable Acents Wanted. Office and Salesroom No. 12 North Delaware St. JEWIS C. GARRICÜi, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Thorpe Elocfc, Indianapolis, "Corporation and Insurance Law, State and Federal Courts. p HARITY, ' UMBRELLA And Parasol Manufacturer 46K Virginia Ave. BRcpairlng and Coverlna; Neatly Done. DOUDER'S CLEAN MI2AT MABKET3, 232 Ecst Wnhinton Et.,T5 North Pennsylvania H!, Stalls 1 and 3 East Market Uouee. 5-Sprinn Lambs a specialty. gCHEID & COMPANY, FRESH AND SMOKED FISH. Wholesale and Retail Dealers. No. 58 West Maryland Street. gCHWEICKLE & PRANGE. CARRIAGES AND BUGGIES. Manufacturers of Delivery Wazon and Sprinc Trucks of all kinds. Repairing promptly attended to. Wacon and Cairiogo Paintlns neatly clone, feallblaction gnarantccd. 4.'4 and 426 Fact Washington Street. J-LLLrZTL A AD AHB, EIWZR AND GENKRAL CONTRA CTOK1 Room 21 ITiorp Slock, Indiana pclli. B. RAWL8, a DENTIST. 6 Claypool Block, opposite Bates Houu, Special attention siren to the preservation ot Ut natural teeth. Pilcot reasonable. A cABDt to ail wno are tu renn g rrom er ron and lndlzcrttloni o! youth, ncrroui weak ncss. early decay, loss of manhood, etc. I will pend receipt that will cure yon, BJZB Of CHARGE. Thli treat remedy wti dlxcoTcred hi a tnlfilonarr In South America. Bend islx-ad d re wed envelope tcg&CTi JUirFIllT.IUiliAN, tii KILWAY TIHE TABLE. We tt 1st effect TaeAT fay 2C.1SS5. TSAI5S - EFÜ CT CENTRAL 8TA5DABD TIBI. Jeflerton dlle, Sladlson and Iiwdlanapoilv, Depart. ( AniT. Southern rx.d'y 4:10 an 'Ind. A II. Mall. 9;5arj L, & M. Ei, d'y. 8:15 anjlnd. A Cht Ex-J0:45 ara L. A M. Ma 1, dry 3:50 pm N.Y.A N.F1. Ex.. 70 rra Lonlfiv. Ac;..-. 6 :45 pnjSt. L. A C. F. L10:45 pa For tickets and full infomAtloa call at tlcxet OfSrc Penn'. Llncp, northeast corner Weahlntfoa and Illlnolt streets, or Cnlon Depot TJOct OrHce. 1 Vnndalla Line. I Depart, f ArrtTfi HanM.MMM.A.Mw. 7:S5 au New York Ex.. 8;50an N. Y. Llni'ed 7:15 am!Mail& Ac; 10:00 ara DayEjpre.d'yrOOamiCin. A I F. L.. S;35rxa Terre MauttAcx. 4:CC pa New York Ex 4:15 pra P&cif.c Ex..ify-I0: pralN Y. Llmltöd 5:0 psa Ind & S. Behd ex 7 :1C am 8. Bend A Ind cx.10 :55 ara lnd.&s. Emdex5:10pn S.Bcnd A Ind ex. 6:42pa For tlcktja and full infonnatioa call At ticket oCc? Penn Unee, northeast corner Waf hlntoa and Iillnolf t;rccts. or Union Depot Tlctct CCce. Clnclsn&t-, lzidiaunpoiii, M. Louli ana Chi i caso. cafcnrjfATi vttzioz. Depart CScInnaJ and Florida Fast Line, ddly, r. and c. c 4:WJaai Clr:., Ruthvllle and CoL Acc...ll:i5 ara Cln. and Lcaisville Mail, p. c .. 3:45 pa Clrdnnati Ace, dally. 6:55 pxa axrie Iniiancpoilla Ace, dally 10:t5aax cirt and St. Louis Hail, p. c...ll:M aa Incianapoli Acc .. 4:55 psa C'h2w;o ani St. Louis Faet Line, cwiy, t. and c c......a0:45 pa i Chicago rrvisio::. Pepart Chicago end Uoci Itl&nd Er 7:10 axa Chfcgo Mail. p. 12:10 pa V. c tern Erprera 5;10pxa Ch'rago, Peoria and Burllnstoa Lin?, b , r. c.....M 11:20 pra Arrive -C. ind L. Fast Line, d'y, c. c t S:S5 axa Lat.yette Acc ..........................10:55 ara Cinii. and Louirvillo Hall, p. c. 3:30 pra Cln-'incati Aec...... C:42rd Tbe time Tla C, I. SU L. and C and L. . and W. as IcIIowü: Lcavo IndeSpoIIs 5:00pn!Ar, Indla'polis lC:40aa Arrive Laffl-ette 7:25 pralLv. Lafayette. :C5 axa Arrive Blooli'tn 12:10 azniLv. Bloom'tn 3:55aza For map, üne tables, rates cl fare, and all in formation .fpply at Ticket Oflce. 1SG South 111 Inola street and Union Depot Tieket Ofilce. Chlcn;o, Kt. Loals and Plttsbnrg. (PAJI-H.NDLS AND LINK.) Depart. Arnye. New York.FhlMclp'a, WashlnijtJa, Balti more, Pirllburs:, and Colnmbtißl ExDrcf.s.. 4:10 a.m. 11:10 a,m. 11:45 am. 4;&5 p m. Dayton ACofumbns Ex, Richmond Accoruxo- dat!on....Mi n 9:40 a.m. New York.PMladelp'a, Weshinj?U3, Balti more, PltfeturR. Co lumbus A pay ton Ex N. Y. Limitdl. h 4:S5p.rau .1.1G n.m. io.20p.m. CHICAGO DIVISION. TIA SOZOMO. Lcu.rrn:e arid Chicasoi Fast Express 11:00 p.m., 4:00 a.m. LouisTlllo a d Chicago Express, rt c 11:15 a.m.j 8:S5p.a. Daily, pally except Sunday, e Bleeping car. n Hotel car. i For ticket and full Information call at ticket office Penn. 'Lines, northeast corner Washington and Illinois ätreeta. er Union Depot Ticket OSice. Wabash, 5 1. Lonlg and Faclülc Hallway. Depart! Arrivi Det. A Chi. vfall. 7:15amDeL Ex,, 8:0Cani ToI,Ft.W.AÄ.Ex 2:15pm Pacific Kx. .10:45au Deu Ex., d'y s.... 7:l5pm Det. AChl. Ml. 6:l5pra ToLFtWADetdyll:CC7miTol.FtWADetdy, 4:C0ara Fortickets and full lnfcrmation call at City Ticket Office-, 72 So. 111. it or Union Depot Ticket Q1SC3. f Indianapolis and Vincennes. Depart ArrlTO 10:4Caia EfL A Cairo .wX. 8:16am Ylncenncs Ac. Vlncennes Ac... 4:00pm ML A Cairo Ex. 6:o0pra tCnr t'kof enrt full nffrrrt!on rftll t tirrnt oCcf Penn. Lines, northeast corner Washington and Illinois greets, or Union Depot Ticket Oco. Cincinnati, Iiatutltou and Indianapolis. s Depart! Arrivi CinDayA tol. 4:C0am!Ccnnr.rfT, Acc 8 SCara C, D..T. AN.Y...ll:05amiCln., P. A St. L..ll:50ara ConnertY. Ate. 4.25pm!cin. Acc 5:CCpia C.,D.,T.ANiY. C:5pra!Cin.. P. A St. L..10:'Oi"- ludtaui. iUoomiiiStou aua j TEOPJA DIVISION, Derart. I Arrl7C Pacific Ex A Iail S:15am E.AS,Ex.r.r, a dy S:4ara K. &T.F. Lltfir-c 5:0pm Cincln. Srcc. r.cll:iCim BARJ.EX. d,?,r,cll:10pm Atlanüo ExAM. 4:2äpxa l EAsrniu; division. E"nKi.r.c8 ld. 4:l5am!PaclflcEx.r.c,dly 7:45an Day Ex 11:20am Western Ex.... 4:4Cpra Atl'c Ex.r.cilly. 4:45pm B.AB.,Dc&r.c.d.l0:S5pra For ticketa'and full information call at the New Ticket Omca, No. 138 South Illinois street oral tbe Union D&ot Ticket Ofilce. 8, indicates ilcep er; r. c, reclining cars. Indianapolis Uecatnr aud Hpriugtield. ftfail A Day Ex.w SCamlMall A Day Es. 5:3.Jpri Local A Day Ex10:0pm; Local A Day Fjl. 3:5nani Montezuma Acc. 4:2Gr.mMontezuma Accl0:45ara IfOOiavllI. New Albany nnd Chicago. (Chfcaso Biort Line DiYkion.) Der4VrU Arrive. indlanap'iisM'U 3:15pra lad.N2'tEr.l.s. 8:85ati Indianapolis Acl0:0Cam Frantlort Acc. 5:00pm ChlcacoNK'tE.s.ll:2Cpa CAM. City 11 1-12 :45pm For tlcietsand Information, call at pot and 26 Son th Illinois street. union ie- Indianapolis ana St. Loals. Depart Arrive. Day Kxrresa rs. 7:10 am N. Y. A B, Ex.. 3:45 am Limited Ex..ll:55 am Locsl 1'ass ...10:00 am B. Aßt. L. Ex. 5:30pm;lnd'apoll8 Ex..-. S::;5pra N. Y. Abt. L. Exl0:f0 pmiDay Express...... 6:i pui For tickets and all Information call at city oSlce No. 2 Bates House Block. Cnlon Depot and chnsetta Avenue Depot. Cloveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and In dianapolls. Depart.! Arrive. N, Y, A Eo. Ri. 4:00 am L. NO AStLEx C:i0an. D. 8, A N. Y. Ex.10 :10 ami W. Ft. W. A 21 Ex.11 :2 im And. A Mich Ex.11 : 05 ami B. liar. A A. Ex. 2:t5prj W.FLW.AM.Ex 8:50 pm'B. Ind. A 6o Ex. 5:15 pa N, Y. AB. Ex.-. 7:2) pm N. Y. A S. L. KxlC;15 i EEI6HTVTOCD DlYIflON. Dspart. I Arrive. 4:03 axa............ 2:15 pm I 6:40 am to pra 10:10 em.. 3:50 pm 11:25 ara.--. s-.I-Scts 11:C5 aD...M 7:20 pm; 2:05 pm....10 :15pm For all infcmatlon, rates, maps, time tablet, etc., call at tho Union Ticket OSce. Bates Ilon& corner, aiaftachusetu Ayeuuo Depot cr at thi Union Depot. riTATE RAILWAY TIME TABLE. Ijvaiibvllle Hud Trre Haute laLiroad I Via Vandalla LIne.l Lve IndmapolLs.; 17:15 am;rll:55 am;s:0:43rta Terre Haute. 10:40 am 3:00 ipm 3:20 ara Arr Evansville..... I 4:00 pml 7:05 Lve EvanEvlle...it6:('5 am Pl0:30 ipm 7:10 ara am 8:15 pxa Arr Terre Haute..! 10:00 am 2:17 pm 11:59 pra pml 8:50 ara r Parlor car Indlanai-olis-l C:20 psi! 4:40 Dally. tDfdiy except Eunday, 8 Sleeping car. EybbstIIIa and Terre Haute Railroad IVla I. and St. L. Raiiway.l Lve Indlanapolis..:t7:10 ami I ll:S0pta Terre Haute.. ,10:40 am P 8:00pm's 3:20 ara An Evansville..... 4:00 pm 7:05 pml 7:10 am Lve Evansville-...;t6:05 am rl0:30 am s 8:15pra Arr Terre Haute.. 10:00 amp 2:17pm,s 11:59 pra Indlansf'OÜs. 8:15 pm! C :25pm I 8:45 ara p parlor car Sleep! uk car. IScI Hlver. LE1V2 KAPT. 1REJT1. 7:C0 pm 7:W am!7:10 in 1:0C pra Lofrtneport... Lenvrr I. P. A C. CrosEiri?..! S:C0pn 7:53 Rm"6:2Spmll:SJiira Columbia City 11:31 pm 9:45 am!4:4Spm 9:12 at? Auburn Juno. 1:12 pxa 10:50 pm 3:25 pm i:a in AP.IJVZ. I LCAVC. Butler. .J 2:00 tn 11:30 am 2:45 pm 6:30 ara Logansport, Cravfordsv..le and fioatb western vandaiia Line. Kirrn. a. m.'p. m. yckra. a. m.;p. tsi ll:3Ci 9:1 i two, ö:tvaep ..Tyiranrrort. ..ar 3:C5 0:40 8:52 2:05 4 rtpn-Cfilfx rix f. CA L ar 8:40 6:tf 6:S5 ar....IndUEapolI. lep 5:45 ar.Crawfor(2ivlllc. Cep 8 :00 ar....Terre Ilauto .dep 7:0C 8:14 6:40 5:23 1:10 4:ca Tort Wayne, Cincinnati and Lnclftvllle, (Leave mcianapoiui via xx,u I0UTHWAD. rOXTHWAJCV m. a. m. 11:15 9:2) m . m 6:00 pm 8:57 pm 12:58 pm Ar. Ind'napolls Lt.!4mo'10:10 Mnncle-. H6:COi UlSDrt .Hartford., -6:37 2:00 pra ...Bluff ton.- 7:30 2 pra t r. rcrt Wavna At 8rS0 4-0flnri t'.M 6 :60j 12 :03 pm! 6:50ill :co am M. rnnrtir.n at Fort Arno ulth L. CL and If. e. trains for all points north and cam. (jiuclunall, Wabash and Michigan, 1 W0 Line. Ind A Gr BExM 4:16 ami Wab A lad Ex..ll:C3 aa Mlch&BoBiJl:00un CinAIaa Ex-. 2:Wpa Wabash x 6:10 pml Ind A 8tL ILx 11:10 Pd Fron Lafayette Junction, censtcuns with L, Oi and I. Zxprco, west .ll:0Oamlll:U ami l:25r3 Hin. xzmm 'Midi itul tarn