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Tili; INDIANAPOLIS I) AIL If SEtoTINKfj SUNDAY MORNING MAY Dl lÖÖC-MKUITHIJN PAOKS.
ß MUllOHIAIi HAY. ThMirAtf of the Hftiuteil Saldier Ap lrojrUUly DecorAtc!. WcLUater' AdrireMOrdtft of the rrociislori tlbtt. YcitervJf km Memorial paj, amlln th Interest nunlfestej by our eltUsns on iti aUnnal rtccrret.ce wm not an eicsptlojal on In I:;tllanar.olla. During iu moralng many of tho toiJnfii how tnJ prlfata rei!Jncf nets deconttd with tha natloaat emblem, and from 2 to 4 o'clock tha harness nctius were p,faraily cloisa. The tr.ata, county aaJ city cölcs wera without oc:a panti, tcJ the taoronshlares rreentJ the mppearasc of a well c barred clty'a Sabbath. TUa lite, the energj, the hart of Ioilianapo lit wir at Crown Hi!!, ami ths qalctaJa of lb silent city of tha ial was here. Tha tiatrp cf thonundi wa on tho conse crated proacd, tlii trail cf the few tru on thd ci'y'i thoroughfares. The tjirpatby of tbeloTerof his horns and country centered upon tbo Memorial Day observances, and he eto;d In respect and mirencd by the uJo of the graves of those who bad giTen tbelr lives in defenn of ccuntT. Few itood to look in the attractlte ahowlcdo7t on the street, for a nobler and better decoration was being pexfjrmed; the rxircbinti' art was rowerleis to attract wbca Ocd'a own emblems were being strewn upan tie graves of l Los who bad purchased fur xnllliots that freedom which is God's rnoit pre-iocs bon. Indian a poll. In spirit. In sympathy aud in heart was at Crowa Hill. The silence cl Crwa Hill rciscel ia Iadlav apnlU. The protr-ssion formed at 1:"0 p. m , the corner of New York aud Alabama bjln? the head, with divisions rcsticg In each direc tion. This arrangement enabled ths sac ctsifal asd iy LandllD o! thj fire depirt mint at headquarters, while at the eatn tlxue It was ccnvea!ent lo the six posts cf the Grand Army ci the Republic, the (Jer man Yettrans, the military onipsaies, aud the police force. With butllttle delay the pro cession moved, ths line of mirca b3inr foita on Alabama, west on Washington, north en jl;inoi, east cn Market, around t j Circle t the rijtut, north, cn Meridian to Xvrt'a, and "west to the Big Four depot, where the tralu waa taken for Crown Ilili. It is estlraitel that not !ei3 than 1.200 pemni were in th tare de. while alons; the entire line of march , the aide walks, business bouses and residences were crowded wilh the cltlzsns, who by their pretence save expression of their sympUhy in the ooieiranca of the day. The folio win ' was the order of the parade: BeUs(nbe:z'a Bind. Indiana roU Metropolitan I'ol!c3 Fore?, hedd hj Superintendent Lanr. CapUin Camo bell coianandinz. I. J. Bmock, Grand Marshal. J. . Scholl, Cbiefof Statt. Carris;e containing M. L. Brown. CapUin E. F. Bitter. Cer. John Alabaster. Chaplain, an t Hon. John L. Mc Matter, orator ot the dar. ätate, county and city o.'.iccrs in carriage,?, FIE5T DIVISION. t'en?ral Fred Kncfler. coramandinir. Aids-John M. Farer, William U. Tocaer, H City Auen, J. W. Feuicura. nton Kicatar, J. J. Barker. J. L, Hie'.er. - German Ye teraa Association Ilenry Albert ihardt, commanding. George II. Tbomas Post, G. A R. J. E. Haskell, cornmandine. I5ros Fost, G. A. K. illnor Gcodali coiuaianJ- J. T. Bccwie Poit, G. A. K. Hiram Plambjr coaa maDdinz. Ifrrjvr.le l'ost, G. A. K. Henry Mag?oti cam macdlnz. George II. CaspTnam Post, G A. R. John A. M. Cox com:nnine. Andtnoa Pöit, G. A. K.-0. K, WcaTcr co nmaui-" Eons Cl l aion Veterans Wilt Kin comnnudinj. fEONn MV1!N. win C. Dartd csmmandinT. . Aids Will KercbeYaLTien D. House, 6. K. Kietch er. C. J. Cosan. J. D. I2a?!e, John Parker, John It. Leonard, Henry I rant. Harry bnmn, v. . Swaim. Jol-n Baser. Band. Indianapo'.'s Light Infantry an l Dram Corp?, Major R. Ross coinmnndlnz. Kmmett Gujrd-. P. J. KclleLer couimsndln?. BUhardson Zouaves and Drum Corp. Captain Kicharaort commanding. Aid Ad n reth. William Cochran, John Clelanl, C. W. UrMci. C. WbeAt, James McHuh. W. E JefTrle. Frarik Ryan, J. K. Crarcnf, Ld P.Thomp- eon, o. J. Furselu Feter M. Parsal, 1. 11. Forbes A.C. M sr. Andrew Kramer, John Ejer, A. T. rifearre, T. N. Waton, W. F. Henley, Joieph J Brown, VVillUra n. Hartman, Mretf M R.'r'.e?, Dslos Setoi com:nnding. JKoss G cards. James T. ihompson comrnandini. Kicc ouave?, Jacob l ox commanding, classical caool Carets. Indlsoar-oIIs I-lsht Artlllsry. CapUIn J. B. Cartli commanding The f;re Jeparticent brought np the rear, BO as to be ready for work in the erent of an a!arni without distorbins the parade. Too mneh credit cannot be given Chief Wtbjter for the splendid showirg of the department at this es at all o her public parade. Ia ded. the entire arrargernent from be2in Dies to end was a inccgi, with less of jar, confnslon and delay than la generally itn at euch times. AT THE CEMETERY. The n:egnitude cf sch obierrance?, the hour for the exercises and the distance to the cetcel? ry can?e the consumption of too runcb time, aid it is to ba regretted that a better arrangement cannot oerntrCita. iMoiie?siaaa j,uw pepio ware at Crown Hill daring the afternoon, and there wer.ld denbteäa have been twice the nnraler bnt for tho threatening weather. It was a long and wtary time before the pro cets!cn arrived from the station, being after 0 o'clock when the exerc!s?a commencal. Arrived at tbe s!and Mavor McMaser, ac comraniid by Cc)l?cinr McKay, D;. Ala baster, State Auditor Rice and State Treas urer Ccoer, ascended the platform, fol lowed by the rcaster of ceremonies, John A. M. Ccx. cf Chapman Tost; Captain Eli Y. TJtter, Chaplain of the Dar, and Jam?s B. Tub, Officer of the Day. The Wh3n and Beiseenhcrz's Binds also ascanded ti the platform, from which point they rendered a medley of stirring eongs and battle hymna s of the ration. Dr. Alabister thea made an imprecslre praver, after which the two banc's united in the rendition of 'The Heavens Are Tellirg," on of the grandest antherus ever composed. Mayor ifc Master was then introduced to the audience, he bV ing the Orator cf the Day. THE MAYOR S AEI'RE?S. Jfr. McMaster rf fened to the loving trib ute paid to the ccursge and patriotism, ths bercic doing and dying of the common rasa in a great caste. They may have been bat little acquainted with the gracs of a draw mg icc-31, bat they knew how to d3 thu duty cn the picket line eo as to protect the great sleeping army ia tbe camp. By auch deeds tbe village blacktmlth and the farm er's bey became heroe?. Let the grave of the nc known cce here to-day be garlanded with the choicest Trrcaths. lie was same Tccthers boy. tome father'e eon, or same wile s LujbsEd. fcjrje one watched for bis return: some one will wo-der whether his grave will te decorated tc-2ay, and as that eorne cze h?Ip?, perchance, to Jecorato the grates cf others on this occasion, how nant terab!e will tie lodging to know where the grave of their oscn dead 1? located, and whether It will be honored or not to-day. "The men who lie here were not eolJiers by profession. They wc ie not men to whom war was welcome, aa opening a way to pre ferment and honor in their chesen vocation. 2t was net the lovecf martial cloryiarit! own sake that led them to casr aside the pur sTilta and pleasures of civil Ufa for to priva tion cf the camp, the fatigue of the march and tb dangers cf the fight; bat it was a ctnsj cf duty, born of love for their coantry, which was threatened to destruction, that lapelled them. - 'T6e so'dltr cf fortnne often stands ready toCt fixtny CsTtraneat tndandtrtny flaj, for martial !orr ! at e:d with tilm; but tti was itly 41 jvarnnieut and Ciie fl4 wftlrli cjtM ctuiu theta men to turn thair fans fraut te forr arid the truth, the tUw and the r r, (roiu H eir itomei n ( their iovdonai toward tb tenttd rlald, and that 1 lvarn inM was this GüTatiuuaiit, and that ti was tills i!s. They loved the walks of pa; Uy loTid ioiue and wife; thorl m llhs prattle cf ttialrbbrs; but when i 1 a! r n)na try tut nul.e t they knew that iword taint n.et swerd, boiouet meet havouat, and 'with a LeroUtu that was ptiloUc.' they on tried into a mTrusnt with ttrUi to hy down tbair Itva, if met be, that thair count!? might live; and thet K'n moindi ittttttl.elr hJtUiy with wMc'i thy kept that cotrunt. Ttif frav Mr ahniics of irvoticn (lom whUH t? draw inspiration tor Leroic etdcuor and drets of p.ttriot lrn.M Kefirrlng to General Grant, Mr, MclUitcr said: A i:d i.or 'hf rj ii iioiIim, i(rt ev3ry Di rtier' LtMt. 'li e Hait t j! SKtvim 1 rt'Mlii htv ij I'i'OH tt.c Kit-Hi ica Itr iti ult nti'MH. It.-I iu BLOifcif ltuir,iliou 1)1) null :na ho. fo, i.ny wit nd r.. lat iter. Bat a mute i i"? Ht ki:i,w H ut t o ill go with a fains i U ort. j ai-d Kicriuu. It aI, fur h i ,i ei v -..rtliui to n j liial tin - i no ot ,!.e Kroidu-i i )r.-M oi 1'ie ituturr, Uvhtr ItuM a:; i i'oppid t r.' ?aU j; j l 1 1 (; ah t t.c lit I :i i tt 'i fr. ii 'l.t a ItUsite : 'Jf i t nil iiiiH üi'cruc I t ha t rroh out trio i it laitu cl hh lo'.iairr, au I in tbit he wn :ii u eitablf a fan. Whether a romuanler o! a mlli:ry liltict. of tin roiy, r of ull Iba analen, tbis Inll-xiidrt turi-oo wi maniftcd. livery Hep and art of n:a grand tarier frira Don'd an o Apioii.attox in ro'o'ed vda IL lilt cue tho grLilet itiioi: tU-jul I tCnei I rut 1 toe iJiodctty sn l elniplictty of hit cnirat .r, no ruxpiets ke f abucgatloi f tho nac. lie TUiU the KAliant .-riorltn on the t of to Important bttt.e. he flodit tUe riitn of tbo battle arrange 1 with inch ak 1:1 thtt success iccms assured, and he at onre hatters away ho that his snbrllnate may not be ut-priveu ot any ol In ereilt by Jits neen- ecce. Mr. Lincoln Owts sata "uenerai tirant is the iKOht extraordinary raan in command that I knew ci. J heard notutcq; direct from lilm aad wrote to him to know hr, aua whetner I caM do aby ulng to j-rosioto his sucsiss aid tJraut ra n.ied thst be htd tried tf do trto bet ho could with what he had: tbat he ttlievel II he had ixre men and arm lie oulJ uj iron to aoid Hdinta;e ned Co nur? U an h l al I a?. tut h3 ; mpred 1 I done andmadoiu? a l I could; tli m t lr I couid do mere ha felt tbat I would do it." Tbo autborilies at Washington wera UDt bur dened Uh coaapUiata from tlraat. H imD".y did tue bet lie could with wbat he hal. Neither Mi Tet military farae, nor bis elevation to tho Chief ExfoutlTe o:Uce of t!ie Nation, nor tho honcrs that he received fro ncbles, 1'rlnccs an 1 Kng, destroyed this fimpllctty of character. It )is dene aa math rerhD ai any one thin in hli grand ciretr to forcrer endear h;m to tac hearts of j fcJG coontrymen. And now I whh to give you a nstsi from him. Itvras pirtlcuiany atdrcssed to the mam ttrtof t :e Gran l Army who are to meet at lKt laLd. Me., next jnontb. b;i It la none the lesj ap Tropilate bere. lie said: "Tell the bjyä that thoy wl:l p obahly never loox into my la:e aata, tcr hear ray voice, but they are enrayel uoau roy bcart, and I love them as my children. Wrut tbe cood Lord has t rared rnc for is more trim I cn tell, but It is perhaps to finish up iny bjo'c, which I will leave to the Boys In Bine, and la which ißey can notoalys?e me. uut fjllovr me in the acts in which tbey helped me." At the elite of his :tldre53 the Speaker, referrirg to the proposed Elate monument to the eoldiers, raid: Indiana rent more than two hundred thrmnd men to the field. Ihero was not an important bat (Ictield of tbe Republic In which their bioo i was not shed and on which their va'.or was no: era- iplCUOCS. Jodiaca Is a rich and prosperous Sttte. Tier fields yield bountifQl harvests 10 reward Hi? toil of the hustaadmsn. Her manufacturer and cam merce have assumed gigantic propiitioas. The tfrsnger TUUlng her capital city will flat a population of nearly a hanlrcd thousand people; he will find Its streets the b jsy msri of trade; he will flod ttere Isrgo a d commodious business blocks, and clecant residence;: he will s?e a ma nlficent Court house, already erected, and a Staie- bouse m process of erection: but be will loas around In am for any hint, or ausestion. tht j iLdlaca tore any part iu the war for tho L'nlaa. ! 'mere Is nothing, absolutely nothlns, topjrpjtu ate tbe memories ot the more tnaa 3fl,U.0ol her fcn who went lor never to ret irn; nothing, ahsj lutely EO'.hine. to gre;t tha eye or speak ta lti9 ngesofthe cacriiicetof tbe men who won lor the State tnch endurln; fame, buh imperishable Klory. This la a neglect bordaria? upon shame and di'grece, and it should bo speedily remedied. Then let lite enterprise be pushed; let the sol dier and clUen lake hold ot the wort. Taero are but fevr, whether soldiers or citizens, wäo can not contribute somcthlnz towarl such a Mructure. Almost every man would give sima thlnz if called ur.on. Let us have, then, a moa umental struc.ure that will be worthy ot the men whose memories it shall perpdtuite: worthy of tie great State which sent them forth. Let It he a structu-e to watch future eeneratioas may point with pride, aud mv tr.at that is which Indiana did In hoaor ot ner lallen sous. The address was closely listened to by the large audience, at the conclusion ot which tbe ci soldiers tcok charge of the services in connection with the ceremony of decorating tbe graves, at which time the complete ritualistic work of the Grand Army of the Ilepubiio was med with er at e fleet. NOTE?. The Sons of Veterans maTa their Grst ap fcarance yesterday in the procession. In epite cf the threatening aspect cf a heavy back cf clouds in the west there was no rain during the afternoon. Tbe Ladies' Itelief Corps met the pro cession ai Crown Hill and took part in the servicfs. They form & very efhsient aid to the veterars in this work. A largo Greek cros?, wcrked with fleers erd evergreens, wes carried by the German VeteiarJt. It bore tbe letters "O I. M. and fits placed cn Bccator Morton's grave. Tbe Emmet Guards, P. J. Kellaer cim mandinjr, and the Kice Guard?, Jacob Fox coELipanding. presented a very handsDne ap pearecce, and added not a little to the dis play. TL police force went in advanse of the prccejsiou to clear tbe line of marc'i. Tae cliict'is all wore white gloves, and wit!i tbelr neat rniforms presented a handsome appear once. D. J. uiocic, Grand Marshal cf the day, wes very successful in his arrangement of the crder cf the prosssijn, and the aiiist acce rendered him by his aidss should not be overlcoei. Mayor McMaster did not begin his addresi nntil after 4 o'clock. By that time it became cecetrary lor many parties to return home Hereafter It should be to arranged that the speaker of the day could begin at least by 3 o'clock. Major Board man met with & painful acci dent while leaving tbe northern linaits of the city. He was on horseback, and at a point near tbe canal his horse stepped into a bo!e and in its fail threw the Major. N3 bones were broken, bat the Major's thij;i was badly sprained and caused him consid erable päin. The following persons and schools made contributions of ilowers for yesterday's ex- eidies: Gecrje II. Chapman Ladies' Relief Corp?, No. 10, CT bouqoef. Public School No. 2, a large basket of flowers aud one bcdMuet Pchool u, a lr?e baket of ilower. North S'de HifrU öcool, one boaqnet. school No. 11. ore lare psa ot üowors and pot ted plants, to bo placed on the craves of comr i la of ueoree 1L Chapman l'ost, G. A. R., who have died in tbe psst year. Scuta Side üuh school, by Miss Collluj, threa c!othca-basketsfal oi liowerj. Mis Laura Benson, basket of flowers. fcchool No. 9, two wreaths and a basket oi flowers. Scnool Kb. S, a large basket of flower. Miss Uattie Harrana collected theoüerlajs Iroa the various schools. Resolutions on tho Death of Mr. Bur- At a meeting of the Indianapolis Passen fer Agents AtsocfRtion, held at tbe Bates Home yesterday, the following resolutions of sympathy were passed: Uhereas, It has plcasei Gol In ITIs Inrlnite wisdom to remove ftom ouriaidit our esteeaei friend and co-laborer. M. A. S. Lur?es. be it KtMJlTed. lhat in the death of Mr. Bürge our afEcoaücn Las uitattel a loia of a valued men Ler, a true friend and earnest worker. KcfoWcd. That the members of the Indianaro lis Parser re r A.ents Association attead the funeral in a tody. KefolTel, Thataccpy of th?sa reiolutJous be fornisbed to the: ramily of the deceased, to esch ottheclaily papers and also bare taeni spread upon the records ot tbe association. J. I. ilAZZAP.D ) OaCAE YaJDIE3H.T. tcommitt. L Mor.rjuv mmmee, F. T. llapar. I joan in: a itr. ; A North Ida Itealdeuit UUti- tli 1II- tury of t Faiuou Utmrttr. A North t:i! riiidbtit hai asoui J'ht itn itf Into I !le Irans, aitt the Hille '(lUw has devtlcptd lulta a fur h'.stor. The ) aitnts are naturally rroud of tut fast that the mind of their ton is tending tu such a ccn n.ttidab! direction, aud, in (t der b er. c cursfo hlni hfa qmatiuta are prJinj lly an mtrrd, aril trcry jojjlble aM 'A)y tut iitited. A few days a tli fa'tnj rn-t aoiua ton li)touah!e friends onWathlnj t jnstrret, aad tbenh h rarely Indult In anything trcnr er than a : d a , he was indoor 4 t j täte a f Uis of brer, 0..e i'.lan Jed t) ar.ither, acti this to itlll another, and so on. tilj the No ll Mde resiJent concluded that it wn tha prt cf prudence to get o.t th streot, kul, brrat Irg away frcm his cinips-nion, hb hurried hen e as rapidly as his unsteady step woall i erudt. Wester Jclmnie. as niu! was dep lyciiriy.id in studying a inj'J wh'cli h I tld ia tia hied, aud, ai tha fatttrr tatareJ, Who wit? Ji an rf Arc. p'." I ' Jcuncf Aik, my sou '.' Wdl,Vm hardly as dear m; tt.t p jini as I nrgh be, but I think Jean nan one of tho wouieA who were in the art with Noah during tlie dslne. Ncah, yon knuw, had tbrt-e sjn' who were cai.'ed &üdich, Meernach and 'Abeinej, Mil 1 ir.!L.k Jian was Jtha wife o( ALcJLtc, thoukU I wijl not be pciitive es to that". 1 lr.e hca'd jt cr randp-i ttll the story quite often, but I don't rcixerubcr all the details now. Ncah got on a 'high lonesoaie' ono day with h J'jt cf fl!owa tbat aam to the irk durinc: tbt- hlth water perlcd, and, as "tsual with r.cti utder snch circumstances'- a 'racket' wbt tl n result. lb whole conatiy was In a Btu't . l t xciterr.t nt over the ail air? fur Noah'a fdriil'y r ItAäerj in scc'.ety atj that time, ard, of course, very h!gbly rtsf t-sd." "lir.tishat did the French killJoan for, ra?M "Why, joa tee that'e what caused th er citement." Jean said the ark was resting on a rat, and es there were but two rats ia the ark at lint, aud tha death ot one would put an cud to the ra,t bUMueji iu tkis "world, the raa very ambus to Lave the nrk mived oü of ILe ret and thus save its life. A French man, who was pment, ridiculed the ids of the ark retlicg on ary rat, and teuton to deinor.Mrate by philosophy that such a thing was Inipcjiible. When he sot tho b?stof th ergurutnt Noah's fatally took cfTcSse, and in the Dght tb3t ensced, Jotu was s'ract by a itray bullet and killed" : "Wis tbe Frenchman barged, pa?" "P.ially. Johnnie, I doa't know, bat it ttrik s n:c that the jury failed toDgree, and tfce ceee diapged on iorse7eral yifirs till ,al the witnems died end then, cit course, it had to be ci'inised. The tele&raphic re potts of the murder and trial were very con tradic'cry, and it is impossible to know the f iact truth concerning the affair. Yon will find ts you grow older that ther?ports al wsys exsfgerate the fact?, bntil yoa want to know anything else about thi sad affair, ssk your nuotber, my eon, for I m too ill to talk." : Jobrnie accepted h's father's version with on appealing to bis mother, and mentally determined to study hard that when he be came a man he might be ar thoroughly erted in LiEtory as was his fatbvr. Tho State Surprised The jury in the Uensley cafe yesterday mcmirg came into Court at 1 If o'clock and announced tbat there could bji no agree ment, two cf th? jurors rffasi-.tg from firsi to last to agree to a verdict of guilty. Jade Norton made some remarks on 'the ab)n:d attitude of tbe jary, and told them there was co reason which he could find fc a disagree rr ent, as the caee had been intei!g3ntly pre eented by the connect on both sides. He tokd of tho duty of juron with referenci to the ccet of inch cases and the r-gh's ot tax payers to expect economical trials, and that tbe ccst to the cennty v'ai a waste cf eo much money. Each jar-r was then qnestiored c'ceeiy by the (?onrt as to whe'.her'he bad any acquaintance with the friends of the prisoner or of tlie prisoner's deceaied wife, in escb ctse receiving a nega tive snswer. lie then gave the Jar to un derstand that It was responsible for the fail ure ot tbe trial, and it was dijc'arged. The cs?e will be set down for trial jfit an early t'a e, ard Hecslev'a bond has: been fixed egaiu at $2,000. The Stats expected not less than a five years' Bentecc3, with a possibility cf a ten-year term for tha prisoner. K of P. Notes. General K. cf P. Cooiruittee tret last even it in?, and all epec'al committei reported prcgre&s, and everything looks i5s though the giaEdeet time is to be had oil Wednesday and Thursday. General Jamefllt. Ross will pnblieh the line of march to-mrrow. Dickecn's Grand Orcra wil be insu9i ciently large to bold the audleJ ces on Wed- iKdey and Thursday from the present out lock. The Ffnance Committee !s doing well. Our citizens have responded noh'y.Jsaeral Shumate, of General CarnahftiTg staff, will take patt In the rarade. Govervor Gray and ttatl and State officers have arcip:ed the in vitation and will take part ia tt:"e procession. The Light Infantry. Rice ZjuaVes. Fire Ds rartrnent, Kmmat Gnard3 aod Btrefght Rlii-'S have accepted ths invitation and will ba in lice. Mr. Thomas, roacaar of Lloyd's coai ccny, rcf t with the General Co'mniittes and exputsed hlmeelf in a manntr very favor able 3 to tbe success of the play on the two dajs. Butler TJnlversltv. CVinmencement week at Bat Vir University will cpen on friday, June 12, Knd continue til the i:th, inclusive. The fallowing an nonccements for tbe week are ?iade: Atbtnisn exhibition, Friday, 8 pra., June 12. Baciaiaureate address, by Presieut Everest, SiiDday, 4 p. to., June It. Iythonian exhibition. Monday, SM), m., Jane 15. l hiltkurian exhibiticn, TuesdAy. p. in., June 16. rfcmU P.utler exhibition, Wedne'5-iay, 10 a. m., June 17. i Cltup-day exprcires, We'ltiesdav. S p. m , June 17. Mlheilan exhibition. Wednesday , 8 p. m , June 17. Alumni reunion, Thursday, 2 p. v., June 13. Address before the literary societ.-, by Charles Emery Smith, of 1'hiladelphia, Pa Tnursday, p.m., June IS. "; Corcuencement, FrMay, 10 a. ra.-Jnnel'J. Ji for Sir. Great cut on tbe prico of due irapord brown corkscrew suit formerly sold at $22, now only 13 at the Mopel. JJnsicers men and the puhlic generally should remember that it is to tteir benefit to keep all the money they can Id! the city, and in this connection would state that when you can have garments made to your order at the same or lower prices hers by such an establishment es the Globe Tailoring Com pany, at 22 "Weit 'Washinstoastreet, it does EOt pay yon to crder garments fron coucsrns ' w V. r rafrniira VhIofi fKi- Tri Mlnln Tailoring Company, having ciU their ar rxerts mede bfre. Rive emiJoymsnt ton Jarpe number cf nfstcla3 Workmen, tinei their weekly pay-roll adda to the wealth ot this community. Sirawtemea ard cream at Shiffner'a. $- Iedie' popular dinclcgandcs crearu par lor. ScbsHcer' a.. En trance frofn Perneylv; Etreet by giand itilrway aid Odd Fcllom Bnildicg. We advertised fcr jesterday.G. A. R. suits at $5. CO. As many of our pat'ons were un aTe to take advantege ot it, we will continue the tale for tc-morrow only. , Model. II SJ I Ladies popular dining and Ise cream par lar tt Cchaüner'a. Eatrtnca from Fennsyl- I tania street ty grand staimey atidJ,l l ellcws' lUlldlnr. Ire f leintind atrawberrlat at Hidu.T.ie l ine r4nUr midi rs, worth niiS only 1 ' ents, at ti e Mot si., 'Itm 1 1 it in All kinds of harn, lap dtit'i ' I lioia rtquUltesat Tt olntiti a ( .'.' rtutu Uat Ulan afreet. Mi 11 oysters and i'.im at iihs l.iat'a. IPiy yenr straw !t at the Mi . j V.'Mte rstrlch fftlhwe cleaned liautlfni wbit. 1'itce, . to :n cuti I'aiU', 7t oith I'rid j Ivar la street. l'rr g ban s end bonehs- bass, Schairdei'', Jfcar Profor (. S l'olr's fre lept,v.t in Ma; Din Halt Monday eytti'ti, JanJ 1. tee advertise tr.ent. Kvtin lined ilia boarra worth 73 cJ tts, enly ! (-.Mils at the Mn i u Fhmt cjittrj, meaiij, hh, etc., HchiiT tcrs. A N-dtt I'Hitttou. There vl!l be iniltfttbine of succesfnl artl e'ea. and tbnt meet lewarkah'e of all 11 .or roTtr'r.Ft, Linoih m," n no exception. IU j dm all (air.'.vtrtv, th supirioriry of th Atxeiican rtake cf thc-ic goods Is prot en. 'Jhe ttt Kcglhh foods i.ever reec'j tlili r.arket, for the h'h quality o! tb Aai?rl ct pec a ccrnplftely superied-s theut. All c i-rx el dea'ers kfcp it. "COJIMMUIUU Tbc week his not been chur&c'.rld by a ruin ing tutlnefK, but rithtr b.a Mate of quietude. Itj Roods circles have not much to coian'.ain of, bavin ssrejatod a fa r voinmo of bunlne?s for tt.eufik. (iicc:rics hare teen in fair deaaiJ, and prices of all staple ail!c'os sre fully Kuti ieJ. 1 .aid oil hive declined. Es ;td poultry arj un cherted. A gcoi trade la erccu vct.'tables'rud ttrawtcnlcs has bcea dore this week. L1VK blOUii. Icdlncapolla Live Stock V)arvv Daics ETOCZ-Ta.B3, May3i OAiiti Eeeeipts, C O bead; ehlrxaata, 63J hta-1. Very llaht run ot Iccal. '2;:a lty only f ilr. Market dull on tuUberb' gride;, while saiipe nrc atout tteaily. Ctc-ts tsipylnst steers S3 "11' C3 Bice'lnn to rolCo i UCffS 10 Cccmon to lair do 4 i ) it f. Cho re ftederr 4 Wtl 90 Ctockcxa - 3 "jjjt r.5 Chc?ca cow; ana teuere i 2" t 75 Medina to c?HKt ccwssrcl hcPcrc.... 8 31 1 ; 90 ttenrson to fa'r o-.w an.l hc'.:era....MMM 9 lOrjs co mbs.jxcd to cto'ce r, 2Ji3 cö l uiis ccxarron to fair. ...... '2 03 Jailkcre 20 COjtS 00 ncei-KCCQlpU, 2,100 head; shipments 1.53J head. Quality fair. Matket dull aud waak But sales at 75 for heavy, and 3i 80 for lUht, c'o.tas qnlet at the fol.owla quotations: Sehet heavy and jiht i 7f (ß t V St and common lichts 3 2:ct t 6) licaj roughs 3 Ct.t3 10 EE7XT Receipts, 100 head: shipment, 5Q0 head. Hut few here. Market dull nt the fol lowing quo'.aticns: oo3 to choice clipped Fair ro mediom clipped t'oa noa clirtcd .. Sprir sz laxnte ......MaMMM..M .3 69 . 2 90i3 01 , 2 2142 G3 . S 515 00 FUNERAL NOTICE. Kl KGKss-Thefmeral ot A. S. Bur?es. i:q . ill tf.ke place from Ch-Ht Church thi (j-uidayj ef ert.ccn at l p. m.. Iter. K. A. Bradley oilicia tin. S7J1TH A. O. II. Division Ko. 1. All mem tera are requested to meet at their call at 8 cYlreka. m Monday lo a'tend the funeral of our ate brother, Fdwird Smith, deceived: also meet at I'incll Hall at 2 p. ia. to-day to trakc arraegemeh' lor the funeral. W.M. DRODKRICK, Tresidont. M I.Yifor Rro?tirir t-p-r tav SMITH A. O. II. Division No 2. All mem ter of ÜiviMou No 2 are requested tomeo.at iheir Htil at 8 o'clock a. m. Monday toattead the ; uncial of Liether I nward Soilrb. of Iiivtrion No. 1 . I ETKK CARsOX, lTe3idiUt. Tr r."Ti:r.. Erroidicg Sicreiary. DIED. Fi;i JiLY Emca R.,aged 22, wife of Charles Torney. FiK.tial Juno 1, at 2 o'clock, from firstly resi douc , No. i2) Fss: IvRhth Urtet, Interracut at Cicwü Hill. Fritt.cs rcsjectfuliy lavitcd. C. E KKEflELO Ä WHITDETr, Funeral Directors and Kmbalcicrd, No. 77 Korth Delaware street. Telephone connection to office and residences. Carriages for Weddin&s and Par Lies. Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of pur.'ty. strength and whola omeness. Mo -e economical than toe ordinary kind, and can not ba sold In competition with the multitude ol low ten. sheu weigtit, alnra cr pbcephate powders. Bold only in cans. Rotal Bauko Puwoia Co 103 Wail street. Few York. FOR S ALE. . OR 8 ALE A pair of well tra'ned eoats. with ' banscin ggen and harness. For rartn lars ca.l at 1v" Noun Mi&sissippi st. J. A. GIVEN. j 1. CHDRCn NOTICES. RCE KI'liCO?AL CHURCH Corner of St. r Jcsej end Pentsylvania ttrea's. Riv. Argnetine rrentiss: rector. Service, 1D:3Q a. m. a i u " ;ro d n. gar-c ocol 2:C0 p m. FOR SALE. FOR SALE Grocery: central locttlca; about M.KO J. A. H ASM S. SttlnPl. $1 TO LET. TO LET Furnished rooms: also three enfara iibed rotns Ir oousekeepins at TS West ii i riet street. WALNUT BBD HOOM 8 U ITS, 3 Piocoa, fcA.F. Toilet Glass on Wasbstand - - S5-" J.1 ZJ w rcl. FAHLOll SUITS, PLU3II TIUMMED, CDQAI 7 Plnnnn ÜU! j sari Uinvnrcl' DECORATED COTTAGE DED-KOOM Ctqn SUITS, ;0FlecoR vpow. And XT All Pt-ror,3 Intending to Purcliasu Anythlnfl in tlio Way of I0USEH0 Stoves, Carpets, l'ce Chests, Refrigerators, Easy Chairs, Bed Lounges, Baby Carriag'33. P-c fl H V 9 ' SI M kliliii!cii Jtrtsl 'S mi BOT ifJVJQ sell acything: wohavo onEA3Y PAY MENTS, ora3 0heapas thoOheapost for UA.SEL Store Cpen until 8 o'clock. Saturdays, g o'clock, PUBLIC Fcr the benefit of some of our people who have been taken ia by one of our right 1 ar.d neighbors, and might by their rottce be under the impression that they are a branch to cur &tore, please notice that we Stand Alone, That we have co branch store, and claim relationship with n'ody . -rTv-i TVS -3 -5- r- CLOTHING- COMPANY, 5 and 7 West Washington St. The Lowest Priced Clothing and Goats' Furnisli- iDg Honso in Indiana. .h AWNINGS ' V 'rn And Waterpro.-) vf TJ.V VS - T '"C-,v of all widths and iJ0r,ÖV 1a weights. 194 Et Washlntou fet. STADLlanD 1631. Spring 1885. SAM'L GENTLEMEN'S OUTFITTER. Mmi Sparejew Yori City. W'onld JnTite attention to his full and complete lines of tte Rawest IJealgna and Latest Im pottfttlci a of Fancy Shirtings, Bilks and Flan nels I-r lennis, Travelim and Yachting. Etc.. ttc. Also, hi usual stock of Fma FurnisMng lor Geutlnuerj s OutfittlnRS. Suits male to order at the ahnrtctt notice. Samp'es aant on application. 7T-xfci rh "'':''" W'U i:-i "-' S f . ''1 'i-'h f i :!-:. ) .x'fl . 1 'Mi&'QsMlri S. BÜDD, W y Vi t-,-VK .r o r.i J PiMgpSim? TV L':4f i:a'V'::;' i. . ::Tv-:z--,y.r m ' ' . - -, .-1 y -y j v .1. I u -H n f . .it i . ' - i" -w nret ft () A T0 T Jj itaiAirnii b mm r. p ' J M i a i 9 IV Mi H and 15 Serö Mim 0 I FOTl RENT OK LENT C; l Wffi Vermont s're-et; five rooms; Arp'y 210 North West e'rect. 1 i 17? RtNT-Rctcorrtrh'ick store buiMIas on t J1 trt;m;ftavtnue. No. .,.,1. 2t I. OR LENT Good Hav.!e. !u lear of MJ Wet I ixtri MTMt; good lccatiou lorcouper op. Irrt i;e V.ih'n. 27 3 IjCR RENT Two pltBeiul and nicely rocms 117 Sörth MUsissippi bt. laru hhel Si 1OR I KNT De.'irRhle br.'ck residence. 1 roonif. In rod repair. Veit New Yo'lc st. Apply lo J U. LOUULSbi, "Jl North Meridian U :i A. CAYLOR, JD IT 1. JLi JEU, IN j. Jg 0H?cc: UJO North Vcst Street (Cor. Weit and Pratt Streets.) rcloplxono 0LO. J rJ; 2 i " 3 - a OS w3 WEEK OP' JUNE 1 ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINAUY OF MART Tho Kcted Apostle cf WoracnTa Rights. This diatinguiahed laiV will hold receptions, ana SIR WAL TER N. STUART, born without Arm3 or Leg:! LITTLE TOT, the Golden Wonaer! i THE BLACKSMITH'S DREAM! THE MARVELOUS EXPANSIONIST! IHeffeiman k McDonald's Majestic Combination. Fouitcen Bright Stars in a Great elude with the ow ÜliiPR I LEY 8 RECEPTI ONI rci.Hours of PerforiaancO, 4:15, 7:4 , 9:10 P, M. AUt;ni"Mi?Nl. 1 .. nr fj ( Helen Dasmond AM Ml.l j AN tWI'jJ.'.'V. 1 ur lj W a litt 4 mw 1 Vi i'CJ C O 1. L K II N H A W N . r A ttT4 i n - U v. J J t) ;i ' Ji ! )W ANll I 1IUA, iii Ha i.n.t rli .! u. r i;: V -' rJs . ..rI i.vjl! ;J JlU wi'cli i.l H p ri, :,'; r' 1" T r v a I . !j, .'i a. id ,ju'i: Muud j i vc nil'. J U's ? 1, rv.-r t;'.M di.rma i!k' wttk Mt.'t iue j-. i: u!'.i t jt.itiiB fat ft'.o j Ei'öuC'.tllatiiiclCele'rdiel CjCciii!?., Mt Mly v-niii an t i ay Mttl-i. ' V -tiiaii A ( t." V. rjjif ,:4v ai d Hum l!i ? t nu l.t of I. 1 , "lataö:i ai d t h i fk ' ly etenit.tr, Joiif 5. bewrf.i of John 11 Ajn Vroi mi wlilt h cc asion Uanlet" b?? i ; d. ilaru'f t, I'nucc of I-cumark," itt nui-.i M a - , liora lo. j. u. Aii-Kr-uu; ii;,K-;i. M. S:i Da l;ten f at ur 1 y crt'.j:;. "Im iitly at:d .-6!i;roy rt lti-t-, I .! tt att i I v rx i v. oi Lyoua." ICiifl iittV. Opnn lloitiv. T'JJ'.-JAY J ViNiS i, JUNli J, Kadnmo Ada Ifeiues GllAN Ii Ci X C ilX'r. Af'.'-tvtc i br !fr. I rc-d'-r.ci N. In;,, tt trt Tio:'irr;r.' Yir.noM Coi -n l!tiw ; lr"r, and (dl.cr uiiut t Ad?n;.id rn kc sir red n-et. L'.dco'-;cs 1 . ..... J "7 .c 1" an f theha'.l at Wu'.srhcct 'Az ',z S.. e, jcp joite To tc fiicc. ; Cn ilmore'M Iron yjo, wr.i i; of ji nk 1, Solon's Fienic CcÄlitt ! fith-cn i Kynn. P.:tch Mel I. Mil!.? ' a Va?, IVfsle I'.rach. Ku'd-.v. 1. t-lie, l):.imnl A MtUoi. k:if Cifiv-n, Mr..'..' SalKer. !t I. H n ' I?;. the ttcit'.'H ci nil nu-.'.c x xaoki. tho ä'iä. '.-jy. The Elevated Garden I tliecooct jlr c l i the ri'y. KvejjbMy ii In vited tin there after the tirfcr-innrc; t j hoirtii uatd free concert t y il.e '.?o lltnl. i TÜE ROLLER COASTER The Ro'.ler Ccat?r it row oj33 'o: ths s? oa at 4T5 Last V. at'alngtcu itreet. AdaiIfIu ar i two rUe. "c Coas ereribedy asl h.rj$ Ian. Ca cert in xt WedncbJay. , BASE BALL AT CLMLAKB vs. I11DUEEÖLI8. C;:e ra'lcd at r,.;o : . w. ttarp. Virginia Avonuo iRink 1 S'cp!ay, Tcesdiy aud Welaely Lr&aiaz Ju:k- 1, J a d 8. ; Goixlnll mid If i-n it !n exhibitions of LaGC. TticJr m i Burlcw' tt:i col c'.cJtug w:tai'cca"i Uil üoy and Ills Iacubiate. a t-Ri K.wiro-Piated Weil Po!.!.. WANTED. j AMFD-Fy a voue mart. Oj:L oa a farm xu ar tüc tiry. Aüdrw i'. 1'.. tila oSic?. 1 1 WANTI-D Tlj n ec 1 peamia. cpyias or aay k'nd of wiiTr; to do at l oare. eatlo:ei r.l'ftffd. He A'MnnL. J this d.'Vic;. M "A7"N1EU rositma as afs'.ttan bookkeeper ty a yo-irs 'aly no is a rradUteof ose of the toi C(.ramcrrial rol'.if e iu Oii.h; watfta not m) tj.uc1i ft rxi f!t.jff t a permau?ut pjsaioj. Addrt'f I.. M. J , tili? ol'.Ce. , 21 PERSONAL. PKOI OSAL3 1 1 be rcc2irel fordhepririlcsei at tio Kxpoiiticn Grojuda for? the Koint rf I'ytM Drill, etc. Ca'.l tt onre Ha C. H. BUT il.ftFIELD, Svcieury. '.1 Ncith Id ttrr'. EOARDINO. 10 A KMSG Nicely furnished ;roa. eool ) toflidire. la private fimily at M ptr wee. :-il Toutb Äteiidiau t. I A1JNOÜNOEUENT ANNOUNCEMKNT Mrs. Gerard. She nurse. La rcraovid Iroin l2 South cJcruy to ISJ Elm meet. i "1 L U B WALKER ! i i lecturo hourly. i i i Specialty Enlertaicmcnt. i 11 to con- Irish Comedy, entitled t Y-' -v; vi iv , f, j tV.s" i-'r'r'f.):A:''-l.-: S yr s 1 1: M t t i