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22 Jun 1866

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Indianapolis Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 22, 1866, Indianapolis, IndianaL1tbw wbb. A Gold Cloud in now York Zaater Dayan �150%. A thera we another death from cholera in new York yesterday. A the poet office department la Inoel Tutins suit Aga net All Post Mattera in the loan rec tonary Stetes who stand indebted to the government. A a fire occurred at St. Joseph Missouri yesterday which destroyed property to the amount of $300,000, which was covered by an insurance of $136,000. A the speech of or. Niblack occupies All our room this morning to the exclusion of much other interesting matter prepared for this Issue of the Herald. A judge cordon of the court of common pleas of new York has declared the excise Law . An Appeal Haa been taken from his decision. A the receipts on account of internal Revenue for the past year up to the 19th instant amount to $299,018,486, being less than one million to Complete three Hundred million dollars. A the Iron clause of the Tariff Bill is troubling the ways and Means committee. Interested parties Are not satisfied with a duty of ten dollars per ton but Are urging Twenty and even thirty dollars. A by the estimate made at the Bureau of internal Revenue it is now believed that the receipts of the fiscal year ending the 30th of this month will amount to $306,000,000 from taxes for internal Revenue alone. A evidence before the pry Conkling investigation committee Haa been taken. Among the witnesses examined yesterday waa or. Raymond who testified that Theodore Allen whom Conkling made such a record against was a creditable witness. A the judiciary committee with Only two or three members attending resolved lately to remodel the entire judiciary system of the country and make one less associate Justice of the supreme court but this action has since been reconsidered and next Friday is set apart for a revision of the matter when the project is Likely to be Defeated. A Covey minister to Peru has presented Bis credentials to the governor of that state and had a reception. Hovey always had a liking for receptions. We wonder if he entertained the peruvians upon the occasion of this last one with the horse and Chicken Story he always told the soldiers last summer 5�?i volume 1. Indianapolis Friday morning june 22, 1866. Number 200. Telegraphic. New York. Excise Law unconstitutional card from Bevi editors daily Hinr. Holliday. Taldo gentlemen Lead in the reported proceedings of the political meeting held at masonic Hall on tuesday evening last As they appeared in your paper an erroneous statement in reference to myself. Your reporter says that 1 prayed for Congress but not for the president. It is hardly presumable that your reporte r would make a wilful misstatement in reference to a prayer. And yet the following language did occur in the Raver a to lord bless the president of the United states and plentifully endure him with Wisdom for the discharge of the responsible duties devolving upon i hold it to be a Christian duty to Pray for our civil rulers and to inculcate a feeling of respect among All classes of people for rightly constituted civil authority. You will please publish this As a simple act of Justice. Yours Etc., f. U. Holliday. June 20,1866. We cheerfully give the above card from the Rev. Or. Holliday a Placo in our columns. When any one to whom we have had occasion to refer thinks he is aggrieved and has been done an injustice the Herald will take pleasure in making the proper correction. It la no part of a True journalist to misrepresent wilfully and when we have inadvertently fallen into error that error need Only he Point a i out to us in order to have a speedy rectification. But we wish to say to Rev. Or. Holliday and All others who habitually find fault with the press for its report of their doings and sayings that a reporter has generally just a9 Good opportunities of hearing and toting t Lings As other persons and it does not infrequently happen that individuals make assertion As we As omissions when under excitement that he has no recollection of making when he sees them next morning in his Newt paper. In the Case of or. Holliday other persons besides ourself noticed the omission in his prayer which he says did not take place and our attention was called to it after the meeting. Of course Rev. Or. Holliday is a truthful Naan but with All that he is just As liable to be mistaken As a reporter. We ire bin the Benefit of his denial while we most respectfully assure the reversed gentleman that if he did Pray for the president he harried through it in indecent haste. He was most fervent in his petition to the throne of Grace for Congress but if he did invoke the us saing of the lord on president Johnson he put it mighty Short. Peteh of head Center Stephens. He denounces the Irish senators. Roberts and Sweeney traitors. Chore in fiver of taxing the debt. Proposed increase of naval Squadron singular Accident at Valparaiso. 0.0.1. On the floor of the House. Re Daylight yester entered the House of Ard raiding be and killed run i As jus sister and Weed wards Mother an murder in Orange county. A Man wife and sister killed. His Mother fatally wounded. The murderers Are still at Large. Tha a of intr Haa of late become it need to the occurrence 3 the Moit cold blooded Mur Dera bit people my Reed of them with apparent indifference Pey inf Bat Little Beed to the terrible tide of crime trooping Over the lend. The Boon murder the Deer tug tragedy end Many others of almost equal Aero a to have already Paa aed out of the minds of the people and their horrors Are Pearly forgotten and jail Tho flood sweeps on Quot and the victims fair eur very Side without exciting special comment. We have some particulars of the mod terrible wholesale murder that Ever occurred in a out Bern Indiana which a gather from gentlemen who oame in on last night and this mornings trains on the Louisville new Albany and Chicago Railroad. The tragedy occurred in a Ranga Onur near two hours before a a a Day morning three men enl a Man named Jaap a a about two mile from Woodward his wife attempted to kill we Wuu. Usu Fri u. Old lady. Inflicting upon wounds from which it is thought she can not possibly recover. She was alive however at Fen of clock is one of whom Faa a Tail heavy nun and had on a Large Blue overcoat. They were disguised and she failed to it Nintze any of the cold blooded villains. When they bad Suco eded a they supposed in killing All tile occupants of the House the the premises and no Trace of them Haa been obtained. The scene of the murder is about thirteen Miles from Orleans on the l., n. A., c. B. R., and the first news or it was received there from persons who went to town to procure officers to Joscum if a claw. And pursue the guilty parties. We have Learned since the above was written that the object of the mar Strep a feb obtain a sum of Money which it a thought Woodward pose iwed. The officers and citizens in the neighbourhood of the murder Are using Kypry Effort to Dia Coyer the murderers and it is sincerely to be hoped they May Neve Albany Ledger. From St. Joseph Missouri. Beer Nottre fir e at St. In Eseuk lass �?�300000-St. Job pfc thursday june 21. A fire occurred on Market Square three of clock this morning destroying property veined at about �66,000 insured for about #175, p90, in new York Hartfo god new Haven officer. The or papal Ibsen Are Wyeth a co., �101,000 Floyd 4 co., �25,0011 gabuaco., ��0,000 Frederick bean an �28,000 John Corby �80,000 Shloss 4 Kahn �20,000. The lira was the work of a a incendiary. From Louisville a Nat Ratee. June 21. Trial of sri Yama Vaai lag heard at Mem a Ai Louisville thursday j the Case or Berryman late of harpers Baad will be cob tinned till the next term of court. Twelve Hundred dollars bail was Galvea. Nothing has been Beard of Harper since he was released in May at Franklin and p. A. Till on from Tbs Bowling Green jail on the 13th. The gang is supposed to be in the Vicinity of Hartsville Tennessee. The Bell ease Tor boo tag Ortac has not been of afield up. Owens is rapidly recovering. New York thursday june 21 judge Cardoza in Tho court of court common pleas this morning declared the excise Law unconstitutional. The question will be carried up to the court of appeals. Another Case of cholera was reported to the Board of health this morning mrs. Malone dying at 104 East Broadway. Specials to the evening papers say the report just received from general Howard represents the freed men a affairs in Florida a in a very flattering condition. The freedmen Are Labouring diligently and appear to give satisfaction to the employers. General Walker takes a great interest in the welfare of the freedmen. At Apia Chocola they have two churches and a school All Well attended. The committee on ways and Means have agreed on a Bill for completely reorganizing the Treasury department. The Concord legislative reporter publishes the following extract from a private letter from chief Justice Chase to governor Blythe a i was particularly pleased by your protest against the new scheme to perpetuate an untaxed debt you May readily imagine that after All my labors and with so great Success to establish the principle of controllability of the Public debt by making in payment the six per cent at any time after five years and within Twenty years and the five Par cent at any time after ten and within forty years it was very painful to see a proposition for a loan not refundable at All till after thirty years. I can understand an argument for not taking a debt for which the creditor May take up after five or fifteen years for 1 can see the a country save More in interests than it will lose in taxes but 1 can imagine an honest argument for a debt for thirty years and exempted from no taxing Burden to which other property May be subject. A i got Money and All that was needed in the worst times on Short controllable Means subject to National taxation. Surely there is no reason now to depart from the plan of 5-20% six per cent 10-50�?Ts, 5 per cent when there it now no Money to borrow but Only the float ing debt be a morning paper says in View of the impending conflict on the continent of Europe it has been suggested that our naval Force be increased so As to Render thoroughly comp went to protect our citizens residing in Europe and in consideration of the suggestion the Navy department has assigned the gunboat swat Ara now ready for sea at Washington to that Section. Several other vessels Are also to be made in readiness. Among the vessels spoken of As Likely to be attached to the Europea Squadron Ore the new frigates Franklin Genesee and Chattanooga with the new sleeps of War Neth irjary and mad Wick. The attendance at the speech made by or. Stevens Irish head Centre at Washington on tuesday evening last was very meagre. A transmitted by Telegraph the Fuh text contained the following the import of my words that All irishmen be they whom they May who Are throwing obstacles directly la the Way of our country a Liberty Are traitors and Are from this hour despised by All irishmen in Ireland and they dare not for their live displace a Sod Over which the teen Flag should now in Triumph be waiving. To bal Wen who now propose to sell the Irish vote of this country to political demagogues Are traitors and i Here denounce them by name Roberts and Sweeney and the whole set called senators. It is time to speak in Plain language and i will do it now hereafter and forever by voice and through the columns of the press. I say they Are traitors to the cause of Ireland and to looked upon by not Only Iriah i hut a a american who sympathize with struggling irishmen. Again i thank you my countrymen for the compliment you have paid me to listening so patiently. Again i ask you to heed my admonition to be distrustful of the Senate party the horrors of Campo Bello and Canada and we May Goon have to add Mexico. A Panama letter relates a singular Accident which occurred it the Bay of y Al Para so on the 8dof May. Quot a German named flab having constructed a torpedo or submarine boat made several successful experiments in sinking and raising his boat in four fathoms of water. He then got a party of friends on on Board and proceeded some distance out in the Harbor and there again sunk the boat in thirty fathoms of water. No anxiety was Felt for the expedition for Sonie time Flach having stated that he could remain under water easily for the space of six hours. Unfortunately before going Down Flach was so confident of the Success of his Experiment that be would no tallow any buoy or rope to be attached to the boat and thus be search can be made for them with any certainty of Success. Every Effort to find them however was made by divers and others but be Trace was had until the 8th, when a direr discovered the boat. a ton fourteen years of age was Oue of the party. The United Stales consular agent at Bre Mont forwards to the department of state a letter from the United states Consul at Silon informing him that the merchants in that City Are collecting throughout the country Bones of animals to Send to Europe and other countries and in consideration of the act that the cattle disease raged for some time in that District the Consul thinks it More than probable among the collection the Bones of Are also gathered and in Selling them they would consequently carry the disease to the country to which they Are exported. A copy of the above was sent to burgeon general Barnes and he expire sad his opine in that importation of Bones of animals Ftp have died with the rinderpest or other i feted animals Are Cale noted to spread disease and should be prohibited. This communication will to sent to the committee on Coio Merce for consideration As there is no Law to prevent the importation of Bones. Receipts of internal Revenue for this fiscal year to this Date amounts to $8,000,007,904 it is probable that the death of James m. Humphrey of new York will be formally announced in Congress to Morrow James Stephens president of the fenian was on the floor of the House to Day in Eon. Suits Ion with Banks and Ether prominent members of that body. Thirty ninth Oon Gresso list session Washington thursday june 21. Sen . Sherman from the committee on agriculture reported adversely on the Bill to establish a National repository in Germany. Or. Wade offered a Resolution which was adopted instructing the committee on Public buildings and grounds to inquire into the expediency of purchasing the land Between Maryland Avenue nod Pennsylvania Avenue East of the Capitol for a National Park in which to erect a presiden tul mansion. At the expiration of the morning hour the tax Bill was taken up. . Rice of Massachusetts from the committee on naval affairs reported Back the Senate joint Resolution for the restoration of Ozlien tenant command Richard Law. Of the United states Navy to the Active list from the retired list. Which was read three titles and passed. Or. Morrill from the committee on ways and Means reported a Bill to reorganize the Treasury department and fix the pay of 1u employees. He said that the distribution of the $250,000 appropriated last year for extra compensation to the employees of the Treasury department had Given a great Deal of dissatisfaction j a similar measure had recently passed the Senate but from conversation with some members of the Bouse be was quite satisfied that a Bill giving such discretion to the Secretary could not pass the House still it was apparent that the employees of the Treasury deportment must have their pay increased and the committee on ways and Means denied it. It is beat to report a Bill fixing the matter definitely and legally. This Bill to said if the same number of employees were retained would Only increase the annual expenditures about $36.000. Or. Stevens expressed his Surprise at the measure being adopted from the committee on ways and Means a9 it properly belonged to Sun was now actually before the committee on appropriations. The Secretary of the Treasury reported that out of the $250,000 left last session to his discretionary distribution he Hod Only distributed $25,000 among the Heads of bureaus and High salaried clerks and had asked what was to be done with the $25,000. The committee Oil appropriations bad prepared a Bill for its proper distribution several months. Although that was within the knowledge of Unsung through the unwise clemency of the general government. The picture which he draws and which we reproduce below of the democratic party is not such a likeness As the members of the party will be Quick to recognize nevertheless it is the one which is to be taken As True by the stumpers and organs of the Republican party for the Campaign and democrats will do Well to make themselves familiar with its appearance who called thxm3klve8 democrats. A every unregenerate rebel lately in arms against hit government Calls himself s Democrat. A a every a Bounty jumper a every a deserter a every sneak who ran away from the draft Calls himself a Democrat. Bowles Milligan Walker Dodd Horsey and Humphries Call themselves democrats. Every a son of Liberty who Eon the Secretary he had Sloe gone and without a the Spires to murder Burn Rob arsenals and release rebel prisoners Colls himself a Democrat. John Morgan Suo Mundy Champ Ferguson. Wirz Payne and Booth proclaimed themselves democrats. Every Man who Laboured for the rebellion in the Field who murdered Union prisoners by cruelty and starvation who Consu de to bring about civil War in the Loyal states who invented dangerous compounds to Burn steamboats and Northern cities who contrived hellish schemes to introduce into Northern cities the wasting pestilence of yellow fever Calls himself a Democrat every dishonest contractor who has been convicted of defrauding the government every dishonest paymaster disbursing officer who has been convicted of squandering the Public Money at the gaming table or in Gold gambling operations every officer in the army who was dismissed for cowardice or disloyalty Colls himself a Democrat Ivory Weir in a heaps clothing who pro Toad to Pronto the gospel but proclaims Tbs rights end ass of mum Selling and slavery a every one who shoots Down negroes to the streets Burns negro school houses and meeting Bouses and murders women and children by the Light of their own flaming dwellings Calls himself a demo Erst every new York Ritter in 1868, who hum up Little children in coloured asylums who robbed ravished and murdered indiscriminately in the midst of a by Ajung City for three Days and nights called himself s Democrat. In Short the democratic 1 party May be described As a common sewer a and loathsome receptacle into which is Emp without tied eter7 element of treason North and South and every regard to it distribute the #28,000 a he i he duo bored thought proper. He cured tint Thoi Bill it ii Aud Ull party cd posed of the men and tarred to the comm Tateo on approx Riazon. Element by Defiance of truth the motion waa lot Oju u. Naya <0. The d decency aaa Erta Ita Faa the special Cham Bill was then read the second time and re a. A 7 a or committed to the committee of ways and Means and ordered to be printed. Ten thousand copies of the majority and minority reports on reconstruction were ordered to be or. Baldwin stated be Bod Ben charged with $80 More mileage than he had received and therefore asks leave to offer the following resolved that the committee on appropriations be directed to investigate and report in reference to the error in executive document number 125, and consider the expediency of a revision of the existing Law in a reference to mileage More equal and More in accordance with the actual Cost to and Iron the National capital than at the present. The Resolution was adopted. Or. Payne reported in favor of awarding the seat for the Twenty first congressional District of Pennsylvania to or Dawson the sitting member and gave notice be would Call it up next week. Prom Washington particulars of the fire at flays Fri a. M. from Toas. Warren. Washington d. C., thursday june 12. Com. Warren of the it. Steamer Bienville writes to the Navy department from Aspin Wall june 11th, giving tie particulars of the great fire at May onges already noticed enclosing copies of letters from the authorities of the place returning thanks for the services q the grew of the Bienville in the fire. Commodore Rogers communicates the information that the United states Steamer Vanderbilt arrived at Acapulco on the 30th of my with the Mon Duck after a passage of eight and a half Days from Panama. The town he says is occupied by the French with a single vessel the Lucifer of eight guns lying at Anchor before it. The Shore of the Bay Are Belea Gued by the liberals so that the Cocos nut Groves within Cannon shot of the town can not be approached. The Coal ugent deserted the Protection of the american Flag in giving Coal to the Monadnock. We shall the Commodore says probably be detained Here for this purpose three or four Days after which i shall proceed to san Francisco stopping at Mogn Adelina Bay and Transfer the col from the Vanderbilt to the Mona Duck. The average number of knots run by the latter vessel has been six and a half per hour. Among the recent contracts is one for service from Vicksburg to new Orleans in suitable and Safe steamboats the president has approved the Bill granting pension bounties to the widows of Soldera. The Bill to facilitate National postal roads has been approved. The Bill authorizes Railroad connections so As to form a continuous Une. Eton of the Constitution and the Union Wohleb Uta Short sixteen months ago it was in arms to destroy and proclaims to an astonished world that the Only effect of vanquishing Armad rebels in the Field is to return them to seats in Congress and to restore them to political Power. Having failed put destroy the Constitution by Fyfee they seek to do it by construction and assume to have made the remarkable discovery that rebels who fought to destroy the Constitution were its irus friends and that the Man who shed their blood and gave their substance to preserve it were us Only it would be very Idle indeed to take Issue with governor Morton upon the foregoing or any other portion or a compound of raisins higher and May be quoted at $5 to �5 50 per Box. Spices indigo madder in fact All foreign goods Are higher and will probably stay up or go higher. Ivou Xavius Jan $1, ims. Flour. A tote 13 to a apart. 6 50to7 so extra hew wheat. T to 10 of old wheat it to Teto to beet family breads�?110� Tel of wheat Marlet tie at Tacsar flotation. Oho Osom White old wheal a a a. 146 come Proa we. I a. 44to 46o eit6-rar4 it if my. To. In Imi bagging Lineo Quot Tot Oife. Celtena eel ? a rabbi we quote dirt Flag. M to my 43 to me is to too Root Oil Fra qty. Oof tto Good the fair. �1 Tot Jjo m to Flo 13. E Rte a o Lair to Primo. To to Sec ohotae-.rttt.1 to o to 4se c ample Are has if i Tom. We oui Kirk a voviom.1� to toe Tao Wise. 8 Terinate. Star my. Is to me tallow. 17 to me. Me. To fatso Nuitt the Market to mod Stely Aeu Verad Price Arm. Him up. Ufos. Torlai prone per la. Dertod currant. ,9t. A 3 la. Kotb oyst1rs 1 la. 3 la. Sardis Etise tote so a 93 Otto 34 00 321 5 �6 94 to so �3 a 00 w �0 4 St so tests 15 4 25 tote 30c 04 the 50c f in my the wet torah me. 1, of Brt a bbl. What tech me. 8, bbl. Mackerel me. In fam new .1 Mackerel me. She Hora or. Maeker Lurse Tommy of bal saw. , kit. Sultos 60 0 00 Soo 8 00 Bank per to. Oat ofe Peers loan por a Feo. A Quot Loti uni a mme. It no. 1, por Hoe. Falsehoods and firebrands which he he Cut a a a too _. Foregoing is about an average specimen lit a tie u we respect fils motive we can i hardly pro you Al Pau of Prelve to believe that bad hid judgment been unde eared governor Morton would Hove been guilty of no gratuitous and unwise an act u Fiat of declaring a War of defamation p the prosecuted against one Jair of the people of is state of which he is the official chief magistrate if be we never too Good for such a performance the Day he been when he would have been droned from Bis Hospital bed chamber by a party in a Strait so desperate. That it we willing to take advantage of the hut Glimmer of an expiring memory stand Long forlorn Over the Grinfe of n dead conscience. Pollock per 100 iks"v.,.v in a a a Par so la. 10ss 10 00 s 75 3 is 5 85 a of 6 50 t to u is 00 to a a to 450 to tto a to it Ulso it a a a Perl Coon 1 is the Market is a not and . A 11 Tola m09a a Toto Max Janoso baled to. Lotoa Lap. Lutife urn. Poplar �?.3 to goal Eatol to hmm bag too. Gsmfimt.8 to pm after pab13.510 limb ii .4 m a 00 Wpm a Amdy Par Chi pulverized muck�?1 to quote bal. A a a he to Gatot and pro Arm. Attempted scholars at \ learn from judge Slaughter that the county clerk s office of Corydon was entered saturday night by burglars who attempted to Rob the Safe of its Content. The outside door of the Safe we pried open by mean of s Sledge and crowbar but the burglar proof door was not opened. The use contained $30,000, placed there by the county treasurer but the robber failed to secure it. Thirty doll an in a drawer outside the bit Friar proof we the amount carried away. The Sledge and crowbar were left behind a trouble of their exploit. The latter bore the stamp of the in Tubisville new Albany and Chicago Railroad Eom Fiany from whom it had probably Leen Albany commercial. It 9 a 19 to 9 a 9 to �8 from Bangor. A mow .1 my Nimmi a Tat. Can item. Bangor me., , june >1. It. Union convention met a inmate pah Letton o4 Ere am from Toronto. Expected rear Eta Jujj to. Toronto c. W., the Radey Jun. 21. The legislature of new Brunswick it is thought will adopt the conf Derston scheme. The delegates from Canada new Brunswick Nova Scotia and new Wui probably leers for England the last of the present month.,the English parliament will it is expected pass the Nec Cmary ret at the present Avalon in order to enable Uta of die provisos take completed in ageist. Quot a b 1 a an Ammi to or i to m Pic or. It Bouno of Flat kr.,from new Orleans. Market me Perth arrival a Cameral Feerl Nhym mexican Ftfe a Etc new Orleans thursday june 21. Cotton Euler sales six Hundred Bales at 86@37c. To Days receipts 284 Bales. New Nork Exchange Par@�?~4<�?� discount. Sterling nominal a 58c. General Sheridan Gregory Kidder and other Federal officers Havo arrived from Rio Gnade and Texas. They represent affairs u All quiet on the american Side. A House has been discovered in the heart of the City where shells were bought of the fed Rala and the powder extracted in a very careless manner. A Large Quantity of powder we seized which narrowly escaped explosion. Vera Cruz correspondence of Tho 13th instant reports the yellow fever raging in that pity fearfully and fatally. The Lut Steamer from Europe brought but 800 troops. The liberals released Twenty eight confederates who were captured near Cordova. All work on the Imperial Railroad to the City of Mexico is discontinued for want of funds. The imperialists have lost and abandoned most of their important Sites in the Interior. Maximilian is in great financial distress. The americana in the Cortona settlement Are disheartened and Are preparing to return to the states. Tampico pcs surrounded and closely invested by a Strong Liberal Force. The liberals Are very Active in the Vicinity of Matamoras. From the Cincinnati enquirer 31. A Sven or Marisa opens fee cams pm Lam. Governor o. P. Morton of Indiana he returned from Europe where he he been under treatment several months for a disease called softening of the brain accompanied with partial paralysis of the limbs decay of the Titues. Breaking Down of the nervous system and that anti mortuary dissolution and rotting above ground which seem to have become u Peculiar to the gubernatorial u bronchitis is to the clerical office. He he recently nude a speech at Indianapolis on the opening of the Campaign of 1866 in indians which indicates _ _ Lana we thanti according to the Law of Pya logical sympathies while his brain he been growing soft his Tongue Hod been growing foul and his heart Rotten. The speech he been published by both of our Loyal morning City co Tempo por Aries and if we May judge by their laudatory notices exactly meets the views of both s fact which of itself May perhaps be taken be pretty Good Priori proof that it is More than Orai Narv unclean in candid and mendacious. An my m a state of senile superannuation remember but the incidents of their youth so it would seem men Labouring under other forms of imbecility retain Only the foulest idea of the preceding Normal period and Reading the speech of governor Morton we Ore inclined to look upon Bis memory u a sink capable of retaining Only refute and into which All that at which better men have revolted had be indiscriminately poured for a preservation. It must certainly require a very weak head or a very bad heart to dig up All the nearly forgotten scandals and slanders of a series of years All the half decayed seeds of grudge and enmities All the fading memories of personal Luj Urie committed Oft suffered and reproduce them at such a time u this when there Are already enough of differences and causes of saltation and the Only reason for a doubt whether governor Morten Haa changed from whet he wat before Hie european experience la that we do not remember in the whole court of i. Poll trial life whether in word or in action a a Ingle instance where be Baa not shown us Baad a weak and his heart a Rotten As Pes to would not to understood Aew Sung that the speech of the governor of Indiana had Basw Derent Mere temperate More True or More rational. The speech Upan the Oue hand and a acceptance of the other fax its Tarae for an. Foe standing of in author. It la not Ameri Arin which the minority in Indiana a eat. Governs Morton i commercial. Indian Pwll wholesale Market. Orrica Irma Marqua daily Hisanao. I Tell Pridat to Aniu Al i 90 Imu i monetary. L or Henrj i. Working Cloe banker Are Coni Ning their dam ont accommodation Nannt entirely to Dep Cotton Whone paper i. Peered at 10 per heat. Cute u Aud irregular. Banker Are Cau Loaa and in buying keep a Good margin liota Een their Burla rate Aud new York quotation. Quote baying. New York Exchange Par dry ,trtim4.a Tori Kip flt a -itas.lrtahma. To ii a Ana calf. 13 s the tour kit to-4aj i gnaw Aoa iks 4-me my by tur. Laflou Oak Kun Ehtor it to 49 Bof Laio Flag Attr a a it. St to 39 Haram. 19 to 48 Otow. 4a to to kip.m.l6h>f to to 139 Fortach Al pm a the sly. 1 to to 115 Franck calf. A. 1 71 to 1 35 a Damuc Caff-91 it to 178 Linton Par Acta. A m to 11 to oilb�?lia4 Oto d form m8 a Ato Ata Mato Al 119 �?�139. Cloar Rar to Ara an Aatif Anaka Agad. A a a Threa ugh Lou a extra Baria of Login Oil. To. 1 car Oil. Wed Oil. Lubck Tarrou. No. T a Tito it Ruu. Oak Oahu. Takao re Goh potatoes Sala Ara m sugars the Mark u. Porto rom Philadelphia Exchange Par Boston Exchange Par Gold 45 Silver 88 5-9�sh, old 5-90s, new i09v, 10-40 95 7 30s, August 101 s 7-30�, Jan 101 a 7-80s, july my Selling. V Premium a 43 103 4 �?o�5 Jsu mrs by Good. The decided a Bender Quot upon which Gold has been for the past week has thoroughly unsettled business which a been very unsatisfactory to both jobbers and retailers. The latter class have been striving to establish an Advance and failing or at least Only obtaining it upon a few items obstinately refuse to pay an elevated Price for Good claiming that on account of poor crop and Scarcity of Money consumer can afford to wait until an Over Supply causes a decline in prices. But towards the Olase of the week a better feeling seems to prevail and some retailers report sales of Good style prints at 23c. Consequently Are willing to pay agents prices. Wool ens being at a very Low figure Are Selling rapidly at fair margin and the Prospect for an Advance seems vary Good an idea which seems to to entertained by some buyers at least who have been buying Jean by the Ca a and flannels by the Bales a line of conduct heretofore in Nown in this Market. Pri��t8�?Good styles scarce. Prague 20c. Richmonds 19c. Arnolds 17c. Wauregan 18c. Wara Suttas 14 4 c. Sheet in g8�? axe in Good demand. At antics 95c. Starks 94c. Great westerns 21c. Cedar Falls 90c. Agawam a of a 19c. Indian Orchard a Abb Quot Fine 30c. Lawrence a a a Quot 38c. Washington x 15e. Bleached shirting a Are very scarce and High. Lonsdale bring 85c. Hills 34c. Reynolds 97>4c. Red Banks 95c. Do. I 81c. Canoe ticks Stripe and checks Are Active. Ever Ett ticks 36c. Pacific \ 37 4c. Omega a a he 53 4. Amos Keag a a c a fi5c. Whittenton a pc Quot stripes bring 37j4c. American 95c. Roanoke 39 pc. Foreign goods have been advanced to correspond with the Tilting of Gold and Are held at fell 45 per cent higher threads and Clarks $110 Hadley too. Wrlimantic90c. Green it Daniels and staffer do a 15c. Victoria 11 4, 68c skirt braids 95c. The notion Trade never was better. Groceries. The grocery Trade for the last few Days has been characterized by the most intense excitement on account of the almost unparalleled Advance in Gold. The Advance was never More rapid nor the excitement greater daring the palmy a Feys of the War. Gold reached the extreme Price of 18 4. Bat has receded to about 53 4, at which it seems thus far to be settled. Our merchants though compelled to Advance prices generally did not go up in proportion to Eastern and Cincinnati prices. In frequent cases groceries were sold Here this week at piss than actual Mew York rates. It to generally thought that prices will remain where they Ara now As Gold will probably not vary much from Al 50 for seme time to come. Coffees is steady to Day at 9t to 80 for fair to Good 30�31c. For prime and 81>4�32>4c. For Choice grades the utter very scarce. By Gars Are again higher. We quote raw sugars at 19tol5 4e. Tor fkr to Choice yellow refined Lutol fisc. Sex. C., my Tonjue. B Coffee sugar ltj4�nc. A sugar 17x�l8c. Hards 18 4� 19c. It will be noticed that sugars of All kinds Are up fully 1j4c within the week. Syrups and molasses Are unchanged and steady Low grades syrup a a very Dull at 80� 75c. Medium grades in better demand at 75c. To $1 00, and Fine scrape Quick at $1 90�i 80 new new Orleans molasses flu at $1 is is. Bice Higbee now am at 13� 13 4c. Teas Haa advanced 10e. Per Pound Best import of $1 90�8 00 to ngh Yson i 40�l Block Tea $1 00 to 1 60 Japan $1 40� 1 60. Soda at 114111 40. Starch steady and no change at 1�7c. 80 a p and candles Are unchanged summer pressed Are Arm at ibs. Star 13936c. Saw in a Shade lower and to new quoted at . Chi kit f Good Quality i. Scarce the Price to a Fifille. Tor to Mott togged. Fish stir scarce and High. The new catch o Iri Ifor will a Tob Iff if if. of Ost 41i in t a i a a Jill a Liso Qadi i it 4 s3 10 u 9 90 net in. 1mu140791 99 149 �?�6 6. 99119940 f 7550 to the. It 40 .190 to 1 3 at 199 to i Par Bash a. A. Is Taase 14 to my a. 15 to if a a 8�9r-6.13 to 14 a m. I. A Flaa it Pew read granolt4 18 Walt a. 17 Coda a. Mac Kat so. It tallow a. 11 4 Portland a a18 4 to 13 syrups a a steady sed aaa Haagar a Weate m. . A to 148 cab muu.s3 to 1 10 Porto Rico. 1 19 4 maw or Laos. 17$ Pella Delphi be Miv. 85c salritatus�?1 steady and firs. A quote bulb bitty a Hail Mitial 14 4 to 15 e Cottom a Duag 47 u4s. Low my gulag 45 the 44c a diary 38 to 44. Wool Market Qartet. Waft ote Fin Fuco. A Mer get Elf Etc. New York than Day Jon. 11. Quito Tuy it 5 86 por Otnel Burin go rather More to uly Teg lds unsettled and Lowar 01 Govi x08�� at #151j�, declining to #1 48x, and Quot Cloris a at get Stocki a without decided _ it to Liverpool Dull and drooping. Stock a a Dull beading 10844 Michigan outran 107h Cleveland and a Luburg 85j� Cleveland and Toimi 107 Bote Island 05k Chicago and Alton 88% Western Union Tel agr non 62 Atlantic steam help company lamp a Mariposa preferred 23 new York Central 86 Erie 58% Michigan Southern 78 Ull Noia Central Crip 120m Ohio and dual Alippi Cert Flatea 27 Meta our 8�?T., 84 Tenneseea o�?T., 77%. New Lafai Tii new York thursday june 6. Cotton dress lug sales at 8840c. For middling Upland. Floor loss Active and sales at 1020c. Lower. $0,4oa$8,00 for extra state and $6,00� $10,00 for outer brands. Whisky Dull and tales at $2,26. Wheat Dull and heavy. Sales nominal at 6�10c. Lower with soles at $3. Rye Guiet and More firm. Corny quiet and firm. Sales at 9l�99c. Sales of new mixed at 96�97c. Sales of old mixed in store at 97c. Oatas Dull and la. Lower. Sales at 51�clc. For new Western and 61c. For Wisconsin. Coffee Dull. Sugar Cuba ll�26c. Molasses Dull. Petroleum a Dull 25>4�20c. For crude 41� 42c. For refined in Bond. Pork lower but Active at $$33 18�33 67 for new mess closing at $33 25,Cah $23 for do., and $26 76�27 for prime also 3,250 barrels new mess for july Sellers and buyers option at $81 2a�88 50. Beef firm $16�2i for new Plain and $20 50�24 50 for new extra mess. Beef horns Dali and nominal. Bacone scarce and com anal sales of Long dear sides at 16wc. Cut meats firm sales of 250 packages at 184�l5c. For shoulders and i7 4�ls>4e. For hams. Lard quiet and heavy at 19 422%c. Butter heavy at 20�32c. Tor Ohio and 25� 40c. For state. Cheese Dull at 19�21e. New advertisements. Ice Bream. P. P. Cunt Lokham Kanun null , Cincinnati to Hurnley june 21. Flour Dull but Price . Note hinged aim of superfine it #8 99 58 extra �10 2561 �11. Us family it �11 50012 50. Wheat Dull and Price. 5c. Lower and More dlapo.1 Tion to Ell and Leas to buy Valre of no. 1 red at �2 33, and Spring at �3 15. Corny in Good demand the v3064c, Oatas Dull the 30c. In elevator. Rye firm at950#lo5, barley�?�1 00. Whiter Salea of 28birreii in Bond at �2 25, duty paid Mia Fork in Good demand Salea at �33. Bulk Mea Tel held at�14%0l7%c. And 19%c Hutyera offer Jdc. Leaa. Bacobi in demand at 10c. An 2lc�?z but it ii generally held higher. Butter firm at full Price. Gold closed at 1 48% Una tiled. Married. Tutew1ler�?duxn�?on the evening of the test instant at the residence of the Bride s father or. J. P. Damn by the Rev. P. A Hiday. Or. H. Tutwiler and mis Leo m. Dunn. All of this City. No cords. Died. Mckern an on the 16th instant St St. lambs Convent in this City mrs. Catherine Mckerns St the adv snood be of tight eix Yean. Deceased is s native of county Mons us. Ireland and for the last fifty Yean s resident of this county. We copy the above announcement from the Zanesville Ohio signal the deceased we be Mother of our most excellent enterprising and worthy fellow citizen James h. Mok Ernso Esq. We Zymp shoe with him and his family in their bereavement. Insurance. Ice Cream Man no a. S., Carrier of Market and Illinois streets. G o t o Cunningham a for ice Cream 1 a strawberries candies pies fruit nats Etc. I am now prepared to attend All picnics and excursions Preat and Small with Good thing. Largest cakes and French confection eries nectar soda water from in Ico Cream Fountain. Cunningham a. Junso dim contracts. S notice to contractors. Sealed proposal will be received by the 9o-i Perint Endert of alterations upon the United states court House Indianapolis the ads july 3.1806, St his office no. 36 United states court House Tor the following improvements to Brit for removing the Iron roof now on Snel re plating it by recovering it with the Best Quality of fourteen ounce Copper. The supposed Nunilo a of feet is six thousand five Hundred a 500 also for removing old Gutter which is Iron and replacing it with Oue of Stone. Separate proposals Are desired for one of Ohio free Mune and on of bed font indians Stone. The supposed number of feet of gutters u three Hundred and thirty one 831. Also for building Iron Fence and Gates of wrought Iron. Bidders to in Rebh drawings showing the style and dimension of the Tom e and Gates bid for. The number of feet is eight six feet and five inches. Flans and sign to be seen at the office of the a superintendent no. 96 United state court House. Contractors Are hereby notified that they most state in the proposals to do any of the above work How Tuen they will do it for to Complete the work second aug to plan and specifications in tree it superin tenant s office. Up Ropo six will be entertained by the superintendent a Nicas the same be accompanied he the names of the proposed securities. The superintendent Reserve the right to reject any or All Pruni Wals that May be received Tor the execution of said work Henry h. Nelson superintendent of alteration United states court House. Jun90 �i20t Goar. Woom link Wash Board solid Book to. 13-hoop Tab. To 33-hoop Tab. To. So hoop two. To. 1 chars. To. 3 Charos. a churn. By to nests of four. Half bushels. Doten med aos. Samos or food. Tim plate i. 19-14. 81eirzinc, per so ssh. Sheet Zinc per cask. A Rasters Copper. Pig tto. Toad. 6ce 58 to 55c Ato 58ctic 45 to so. To 19 the a to upor la. Flat Eldroa c to. 19 to 9t, por la. Bar i bomb por 19 aim Tenet Rock. Axes Graff potent. 44 american Spring steal Maila Lod. 8d. 6d. 4dso. 3d Fin. Glass�?8 by 19 10 by 11. Harl 450 16 09 13 60 19 00 14 0013001300 -----13 50.9 35 to 3 30 �00700 a Soto 13 00 is 90 15016 c43 c36 c10 a .8 4. 11 a to pc .$18 50 or Dot 15 30 14to 15 tt5 800 s 96 Solo �?�59 .0 75 67s �10 140 375 375 hip rope in Kim. Jut rope in real. Hemp bad Cord. Jut. 1$ 98 Lead. Hew York drop shot Western shot. Corday by 1am to. Is to a m to a a 3 50 Tosis in 399 to 609 m to 38 a. 48 to 89 a us. 14 4 to 13 a. 11 4 Teuk. 11 a _13 o a Alt Market quiet and decided Osage. To it. Moore Ohio River. Broom twin. Flos twin. Etna insurance company of iartf0rd, c0xv. Assets 94,�7,403. Loom paid to Gorijr Wisn Yean Over $i3,0uu,. Fire sir i last Isis Rosce at a favourable Toms a the hoards per Ali Tor Waliam �yl5d a. Ahr wet Ages Pfyl Csc Aetna building a a sep Indian apus a Rotono. Notice to contractors. Sealed proposals will be revived he the superintendent of alterations Apon United states court House Indianapolis. Saturday. June 80.1886. At his office. No. 36. United a fettle court Hon for she following in provenience to a it for furnishing and putt us Down curbing and flagging in front of the court House on Pennsylvania and haricot streets. The flagging to be tit Forth Flat Rock latrae Broue or Bedford Stone to be not less than three 1 feet wide and no be. Than five 5 inches thick. The attn a de dumber of vans of flagging is six Hundred Ami fifty .650 if the Flat r4>ck it tone is used the face of the Inge aug will be the natural surface of the Stone As taken from the Quarry. Curbing to be eight inches thick and two 3 feet win the supposed number of fret Lineal of curbing is two Hundred Ami ninety. 99u. A also. It furnishing and setting 8tou� liase and foots Tor Iron Fouce the l ote and base to be of Flat Rock or bed font Stone e ninety six 96 feet of base and Flat Rock or bed font Stone eight 8 Posto and Tuety six 96 feet of base and Sill. Plans and specifications to be seen at the office new advertisements. Ma80nic. Ilc a there will be a special meeting of Marlon Lodge no. 35, this wednesday evening at half past seven o clock Tor work third degree. By order of the w. Master. John m. Bramwell Secretary. Fruit cans Etc. G. D. Blocher. J Myers. 6. 1�. Blocher it manufacturers of fruit cans fruit Cam tops baft Tui 117 West Washington Street opposite the court Hoult a Indianapolis Indiana. Ask furnish Linnart and others with a fruit cans can tops and Bottoms i the. Is and j it wholesale prices. Having nil of the latest and most improved machinery known we Are lows a at a aau Pavlai Aall Hill a Aava y a ii c my prepared to make fruit cans and can tops that Are inferior to none in the United states. We also keep a Good selection of stoves and tinware and buy and sell second hand stoves. The Only place in the City that you can get your old stoves repaired. We warrant satisfaction. Give us a Call. Jess de Odom George d. Blocher it co. Kid cloves. A Par. 3 00i 10 . 8tarch- fxatmer3�? gin31hq�? 350 to 373. .9 it to 9 50 58 to 10 ii l i. Is a a if f i i r f r 1 85 1 47 4 a Mew York.1 75 1 37 98 philadelphia.1 60 1 37 4 �9 balitan1 to 1 17 4 83 Albany Troy and a a 80 1 s3 81 1 39 1 90 1 10 1 to Dunkirk. Clave god Sandusky and Toledo. I �7 4 1 13 9 a a a hew York. Albany Troy i Schenectady. Buffalo and Dikler. 1 83 1 33 1 90 .1 00 1 37 4 89 1 43 111 a a 75 55 1 to 1 19 51 4 1 a attain la Tark. Maw you Tenn Day Jun. 11. The. Pott Money article not the. Loen i but a a a Market 1. Eaty with rate for a offering of Rood Little inquiry. The a Billa rate for Cau Loana la 40. Groota papa la a a at the Lacount it. Of maeral Billa the Stock Market u ii and the Little activity Ali played Defoe Day in Home speculative dec untied he not been renewed. Government a Are Arm without much Changa the inva Tunit demand Yontl nning Good. Alter the Hoard Book Island we quoted at a Brin 18%, a Luburg 81%, North Eaura Karfo Emi Thiu weak opening at 8> and ol�ing.t68k. The movement in Pooka u much confined to Large Bloke and the outside la Niit in speculation u rather in actin. D a Overum wit Trocki Acura and la very fair an of do about Exham Aford. Ign sex Ebbace ii Rath amur the. Apply of borrowed mile which he kept the Market Down for the Lael flaw Day appear to in and St. Loon Woder Oftay Jua Al. Something new seamless kid gloves. Of the but and neatest fitting Glove in the Marx kit. Wholesale and retail at the agent s Smith it Foster s ladies and gent s furnishing House. No. It North Pennsylvania Street. Jett . Insurance. Cholera probable. If the cholera does not slay its thousands Many who read this notice will fell before the destry yer death before the year expires. A life policy will not prevent this Bat it will greatly mite Gate the suffering at your family to have a Small amount of ready Cash in Case of to Sod on a Yent. F our company is not the Best go where Jitu can do better. By All Means insure. J. 8. lop 4 co no. It Sorth Meridian Street. Urn be Todle wanted. Book keeper wanted. At the first notional Bank of Indianapolis. Mast be Well qualified of the Mast unexceptionable character willing to sleep in the Bank and devote his entire time and energies to business. T Jet Dot William h. English president. Medical. Medicated Baths Fob the Cuba of of Aahmes of the skim a Jug Tulc Aid Mammy other a Ofia Ryphe undersigned recognising the great want x of such an establishment in the West has eos seated to open an institution in which All the different varieties off medicated Botha can been. The remarkably our Iive action of thaae Whan used As the vehicular Means of i proper medical agents into Contact with too Well known to require extended it Here. The medicated a stirs of Paris France Are annually visited by thousands off those who Are the sum Ecie off chronic disco Eesi table to no specific once usage Hemund what trib Toble to con be Nied a ssh Comsa. Ass first opt a Miv Forf i attention Emo. Kirkpa Tolck 1>t thee of the superintendent no. 96 United states c ourt House. Contractors Are hereby notified that they must state in their proposals to do any of the above a. A Quot they will do it Lor to completo work Bow Nuch the work Doc Erding to plans and specification in the superintendents office. No proposals will he entertained by the superintendent unless the same be Accomma need by the name of the proposed securities the superintendent reserves the right to reject any or All proposals that May be received for the Exoo ution of said work. Henry h. Nel amp on superintendent of alte rat ions United states court House. Junto lot insurance. One of the Best. . co., of new York writing to Alford. Mills it co., by Quot the a be a Quot a / Wii Iun in Aji Viu. Mills it c�., an me Lorillard insurance company is regarded Here As one of our it insures at the usual Rutes and divides a portion of the profit with the insured. J. Do be Todle Slop it co a Uei no. 16 North Meridian Street. Soap. Soap factory. Soap Cam he wan a fact tired cheaper West than East loan of eight at heme saves freight. Soap bought at Home saves Money. Patrou ixe Homo and induce Ulsem to locate la ind Tail Apollo. Having met with Rea enable Success for the past three years 1 feel confident that i can Supply the wholesale Trade with As Good soaps As tube bought East Call for Bergman Ceries. Jela dim t or West .8o�p Ergmann soap. For Sale by All Gre Francis Bergmann South end of West Street. Notice. Removal. Thrash and saw. To Farmers and threshers do you know that Tor r less than $3,000 you can buy at Richmond Indiana a a Floom Thresher and portable Clr Colar few Mui combined the engine to rom the Mill and Cut Horn two to four thousand foot of lumber per Day Send for our circulars giving statement of customers who Are doing just what we. Jonah w. Yoko Richmond Indiana. A gov sufficient Power a a pretest. Address Jela flt lots at auction. Lots at auction. A cheat Heston will sell at auction on men. Pc Bay Jane 35, at two of clock on the premises thirteen 01e acre lots Aach fronting on a fifty foot Street and running part of l048 a % id farm situated three Quarter of it of the present Terminas of the avenge Street Railroad. One port fir of Sale. A one third Down a of Csc a two Wiki 40 in Iiran a a by a a a store. Van Gate a grocery Academy. Or Ter special of Lmarr session a a a a hum Tori a a Prihna loud Iteus w urn in the Romo pc Vlad to Ether Mhyl , a a Mcm i Ybo removal removal Browning amp Sloan would respectfully invite attention to the removal of their drug store to the new Stone front building nos. V a kid e East Washington Street Meridian St. And Glenns Block. T1iakfl l for the very Liberal patronage which we Jive Ever re swivel. Trust by con Iii Ute it a application to Basinet. And attention to the wants of our customers to retain a continuance of the same and a our facilities for doing business Are largely increased will be pleased to see All our old Friend Aud As Many new ones a will favor us with a Call. Of r stoc k Iti Larue fresh and Complete embracing All articles not rally kept in a first class we Itai of $b0 to food each to engage i lucrative brain eat Tori will pay $10 to Day to self one of the Best Domestic invent Ever offered to the Public uni it no hum but a genuine Bona Ada Money Makin Busic suck As every honest Man would be. Don t get to Call and learn our 9 of doing big we say is Oriental e be Idle i hex 108l jell def with a Small a a a a in a very it 50 per inventions Humbug business done to for our mods _ if that what 111 Innis a True to j. H. Nason. Sim or re it fill expenses raid. A Howwa Iino a a a foil a Foini of i 5. A in Flato life for Fantom Hariw toe aha. 3-7. Or ire a Tare Mart f in Tut a i ours por Sale. A Stock and business for Sale. of the death of my brother i will a Ell a Stock of hardware la a Harleaux 11u-Nola, with the Basic and Good will of the Bon. The Buiners a Tea loom and a re ii a of Pluhta with a Good run of custom and affords a Good Opportunity for Aper Soo with a few Thonan Dollar Teng be is re p�7 tag bad oms that will Ellua Ateiya Renalt in a to tune. To in to la Tinao will find it to d. X. Hitchcock. Person desiring to a Gage Ihler int it to Call a is dam medical. Or. Farnsworth dispensary for private diseases so. 32 wat Maryland St., Between Meridie. And Nii Noie Indianapolis Indiana. From u imperfect knowledge of the nature and treat a eaten Janaf Lulal disxa3ks, end a Oatneal rehab Pray Doe the regular very generally Tara off i parents with a defect treatment to Para through the different stages of the disease with comparatively tue Elief while inc spot a fill 1st, who has devoted years Teth study Ami treat nil it of a nor Al diseases con readily effect a Eore. Sir try ave the patient pain and Money. Haring nude this Branch of the profession a special a Tody during e urge and varied practice of a Varrel years or. Farnsworth la now enabled to treat Syphom -. In All its Tagee open system different from any cd a talmud i Beeks and eee which be Auvaa Vas flirt Oval Al. A the doctors remedies differ widely from those in general Ose and originated in his own Iacove y. Be feels Folly to stifled in saying that he is the Only physician in the City who can remove syphilitic virus from the system and care disease in it latter stage. , go Noumea Gleet and etbictchk8 permanently cared without Pels or Looma vengence to the parents. Impose hot of Smihal weak ass attended with Darnal and to carnal emissions 111 Reneir special attention at this dispensary and a cube u guaranteed in every Case. Medicine comic ended and tarnished at this office. Thoes living at a distance can consult by Etter and a e their Medicine sent by express. All communications strictly confidential and should he addressed Teda. Fakn8fobtu, Box 1144 a pro jewelry. New jewelry store. Andrew Rehlek. Watchmaker and jeweler to. 90 Louth Delaware Elret Between in Swington and a Maryland its. Indianapolis a. In in drug House a a la kinds of watches to works and a jewelry of hand. Repairing done promptly and .i in at the lowest prices. Apt25 dim from our Long experience acquaintance in the i markets. Know Elt age of the wants of the Prysi clans and the Trade we Are enabled to present a a itch. In variety and detail is not surpassed by any Bouse in the country. Aud which to Aro prepared to sell agent. J. J. He Dex general insurance As Low As any Western House. I All articles a. . Orders j solicited i which will at All Tiitus meet with prompt attention. I a the Ronai to the in Fri in e l Ito i Iii ii. I it a Vos. 7 unit a knot 6v��hin ton Street. Between nil Erldean Reata and ulna a Loek. Vhaai., a a Nimms it i, Broh Ying it blog jcl9 Dot w3m druggists. Auction. By Wiley St Martin real estate brokers and auctioneers. Five new cottage routes on Northeast Corner of Illinois and Pratt streets on line of Street Railroad a t auction on monday june 35, at two of clock on the premises. We will sell of above five newly built and attractive dwelling houses in the most desirable locality in the City each finished in modern style Aud Well arranged for convenience and health. It to better Opportunity can be found to secure Good property for a Homo or for an investment m such property As will always command remunerative rents and Good tenants being the three new cottages Noe. 94, 96 and 88 Pratt Street just completed and ready for occupancy All built in similar style and each contains a Hall parlor sitting room bed room dining room Kitchen and pantry on first floor with closets presses Etc. Wood work grained marbleized Iron mantles with grates Gas pipes Etc., and three chamber rooms above stairs eight rooms in All Fine Large cellar under each House of sufficient height Lor basement rooms Yards levelled Wood Sheds Well Surap and Cistern same East exit to Alley in rear. Real estate agent. Represents a bionic insurance company of Hartford. I my Hartford insurance company of Hartford. Omi City fire insurance company of Hartford. Quot it. North american insurance Civ. Of Hartford i a uni. Putnam Lus Urance company of , Etna life insurance company of la Ritford. Ltd a us North american insurance co., of new York. New England Mutual life ins. of Boston office Over no. 18 East Washington Street of pm Sito the a a Harold Jeta �1 in dry goods. Cheap dry goods at Scott a Mitchells no. To wout Washington Street. A full in or Drin Flowre Sutlo Endroi Durics Whit of Odd also. The new two Story cottages nos. 463 and 457 North Illinois Street soon ready for occupancy each containing on first floor Hall porch parlor sitting room bed room dining room Kitchen pantry and Linen room closets presses Etc. Wood work grained marbleized mantles with grates Gas pipes front and Back stairway and five due rooms on second floor ten rooms in ally Large basement cellar nine feet High under each House. Lots Well enclosed each 47 Teet front by 120 feet deep to alleys Wood House Well Aud pump Cistern Etc. The entire inside finish of each House is of Pine lumber. The houses will be open each Day for inspection by purchasers. A terms of Cash one third in nine months and one third in eighteen months with interest deferred payments to be secured by mortgage on the premises. Wilt it Martin a Eliutt real estate auctioneers. Great auction Sale or pity lots by a. Seidensticker co., Vale away the 83th Day of Jaie. An monday afternoon at two of clock the undersigned will sell at Public action thirty six building lots in the Cincinnati Railroad company a subdivision of outlet no. 8l in the City of Indianapolis 11, 13,13l1< 15.16, 17,18,19, 80. 91, Sil 93, h93. 93,97 and 98, Foont on Lood Street and run Back to the Canei Amati Railroad track. Louisiana Street lot no. A amp 39,40, 41.49. 48, 44,45,46, 47, 4fl 49t 60, 61,58, 53, 54 and a sve Fronton both Harrison and Lood streets chef said lots has 80 feet front by 196 feet s inches depth. Tab Imp one fourth eos balance in equal instalments payable la one two and three Yean title perfect. All these late Are beautifully situated and offer rare advantages to the purchaser. The sole takes place on the premises. Jel6 Dot a. Seidensticker it cd insurance. Too Bench in set Nhat is the t�7 Rayaon Why you thou take i a policy on your life. A Small amount paid Sliv is be tier than Oure we Obj jei9 d6t no. 16 North Maridiana for Trade. One of tto beet fare Mario , a eally a grappa Iha Wii cloaks. 4 looking. Garda it Alire cloth hosiery notion Lite. Alexander kid gloves Madam be Moresti a corsets a Complete Stock of dress trimmings. Cleak ill dress making de Armert in charge of a competent person. Having bought our goods before the recent Advance in Gold and having no old Stock to a a work off a we Oan offer Superior ind eau Ion to purchasers. We respectfully ask a examination of our Good and Price. Scott it Mitch Hll so no. 10 West Washington Street. El6 dim for Sale. 0 3,0 0 0 off. To North Penu a Lyle aria i Root. Which Tho Owzar Wither to foil. To will the of #1,000, in to of Tho pm to Price of new House a j�19 49t ice of Gold and Hia wante nine room to North Kar Diau unit. Clothing. O. Hayr 8 whole data arid Latall Deahr a ready made clothing a a _ a Good of Niia Oit a by stay i Fiou la Nail Dinar of Uay i it of m isl Oil a a in i. A a a so a am of Bataan him it xxx Tok a to Ozum in. A i �n7 a j m the i go to 45 55

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NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!