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14 Jul 1878

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14 Jul 1878

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Indianapolis Daily Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 14, 1878, Indianapolis, Indiana mob nine Flinty us i to lop emits la the Guowu of tempt Cam Yew Day the Matt up by i it re Jade pm Krliu. United st Tea Roarta. Circuit court. The ban. Washer q. Greaham judo. Irlea n. Boyer was tried by a jury on a of counterfeiting and found not Lily. It it a War it for a Anu and Bat had the Driver placed under arrest. Matter of principle or. Nelson was in the right As there is no us Quiring a Street car passenger to i form the a Tiea of a conductor. In fact the charter of the company obligates it Toh Yeaton Ductor on every car. Still custom u often stronger than Law and As the cars have a without conductors for so Long a time that everybody a acquainted with the fact the person who seeks a ride in a car and then Nuses a technical quibble about the manner in which his fare is to be paid thus ignoring the rules of the company is very Apt to make himself our ool omd people. A id Geier paid his special tax As a liquor what they car. Or and was released. Sph Eckard pleaded guilty to a charge lit distilling and was sentenced to a be Harrison county jail and to pay to act As the Jewell contempt Case in Given the Partick Jent for contempt by lease by order of judge rest by order of judge est a writ of Hareas Corpus a iwo in out a re judge Perkins of the eme court and made returnable in room a _ k the professor w. A. Bibb of no. 18 South Meridian Street will leave the City on tuesday july in it for a pleasure trip to Niagara Falls. A private and select fishing party will leave the City under the management of or. C Saunders on monday july 22, and arrangements have been made for a very pleasant time. Mrs. J. Q. Adams who has been visiting her friends in Landolph county returned on Friday evening july 5. She reports having had a very pleasant time and is looking very much improved in health. Or. James d. Bagby of school no 17, is visiting in Kentucky Tennessee and of. Or Southern states. He will possibly for a month or six weeks. Who knows but that he May bring Back a a outliers Belle. The Indianapolis sunday Sentinel by Rea i son of its having a coloured correspondent on its reportorial staff is fast becoming the e court h use cen popular newspaper in the City among before judge per i coloured people. It is now a significant a a in a 1 _ r a Ksenhorn. A Brewer of Lebanon. On a plea of guilty of Muu such a Way that one stamp i missioner Rixby. Rew w. Sharp for Selling t properly jumped was May. Courts. Court. Julian judge. Luce were transacted Kine business of the it but. Kirk. Judge. Cited. The court to admit Jay Voss Cobl us. For Tom Capitol budding of the state have Thor themselves by be Nai in Ime on Atid otherwise of uie Char ter of them a and the extent of the quarries of this state and also of some of the most a no Octant available quarries of several Jelkh Boring a re it Belner operative to confine the expenditure on the building to a Cost of you the commissioners to be assured before contracting for its erection of the Proback Cost of the required amount of Stone. Invited Ana received propositions for furnishing it Roca the various stated and a a a a whereas tie propositions for the Del Veit of the Stone from Indiana quarries being p r cent less than those from elsewhere there Quot if Olvid. That the architect be instruct to direct in his Specif locations that the building f Hall be erected of Stone from quarries m this state As follows Fob footings and foundations from the Limestone quarries of Decatur Hel by Jennings and Jefferson counties and Putnamville. For the sri or Structure the Ofil Lilc Limestone from the counties of Owen Monroe Lawrence Washington Aud Harrison. Siok or st. Louis. Howling Fob Hall i the been Lioan Convent iii for the seventh congressional District at Plainfield. Jolt of the terrible jowl nominated by acclamation with a whoop. Cass a god Deal of heated Elo Raenee Dis cars eds in Ysit to tie be form school. The Indianapolis base Ball club comes Home Defeated again tester Day notes of the game. Fact vat Thev All read it on sunday As it the Only taper in which they can Imd out just what id going on Aiu Oug the coloured people. Jbv does prosecutor Heller keep that coloured woman ennui Evans in jail As an important witness in As much As it is a fore that Jay Voss is to be and u it i gone conclusion that Jay it Oss is lout a the Superior court o o the Ign a question that is very the Ufi finer was there at the appointed time in a custody of Deputy sheriff Reynolds. John t. Berryhill. Attorney for sheriff Pressley read the return to the writ merely reciting the. Fact that Thomas t. Ilide Woll was held by order of judge Julian of circuit court. Or. Davis attorn tested that he raise formal judge a Trius that he did not care to consider r merely formal matters As he wished to get at the fact. The attorn. Is tii ii with Little disagree ment eave a statement of facts which were it follow Thomas t. Glidewell was lated guardian of the heirs of James deceased in 1874. He made no september. 1s77, when the com Lavinn Ina Rietl brought suit him. Be then mad a report which proved. But after the suit was decided him Dedi Imohl to Correct his report. Snider the complainant then filed sex to the report Aud alter a hearing e Julian ii was ordered to be set motion for a new trial was granted estion of int r. St to be paid of the a Ward was not submitted to the ups ion of pm for maintenance und against , and his at a Yunmo the supreme court. The pig Fri to make an amended ii Iio in i ice rations As before for Sialei ent of the interest kinds of to lib Ward. The court and Ortle red hint into naturally asked. The coloured people Siy they will repudiate or. Heller at the polls i. This inconsistency is allowed to cont inn. Much longer. Professor b. D. Bagby of school no. 17, has gone on a prospecting tour through the in. for the prisoner Sug j comprising the states of supposed it unnecessary to Kansas and possibly Texas and in Quot View of the fact that or. Bagby is quite a Lover of the Western portion of this country it is Safe to say that his Many scholars May expect ii Rich and interesting treat on his return Home. The friends of Captain r. J. C. Pendleton Are very anxious to see him get the nomination for the legislature to fill the vacancy made by the resignation of. Parker. It the committee could he induced to make this nomination he would add strength to the ticket. He is very popular with All classes especially with the coloured people of the second Aldermani District. At the grand picnic which will take place by Kokomo ind., july 31, under the auspices of Gethsemane commander k. T., of this City the following Blue lodges will participate Central Aud Trinity Lodee of Indianapolis st. Mary s Lodge of sort wave corinthian Lodge or Marion and st. Marks of Kokomo. \ our Quot Quot informed that this will the directors of the Indianapolis baseball club have become sick of st. Louis and have made up their minds to return club and All to this City and will therefore play the Providence team Here instead of st. Louis. The Bostons again of cried them yester Day. Nolan was ineffective in his pitching and Mckelvey made an attempt to curve the sphere but Wright Aud his boys soon batted him out of position and the Only was put in again but the Boston lads Defeated them by a score of 12 to 4. Pools on All International games will be sold at Chapin so Gore s on monday. Tuic Steps is. Red Stockin. The Quickstep and the red stockings to h of Indianapolis met at the South Street Park yesterday Ai Vernoon and the pitching and catching of Jones Aud Kerins was one of the feat coif the game although the Quickstep were weakened by the absence of Wright and Crane. Wart republicans generally and the playing of or at second and / Harvey at third was All that could be desired. This was the d seven us game played by the Quickstep and they have lost one out of the seven. The follow is the score. Tricksters. Bren Nan 2b. Campbell 8. A. Keri us a. Harvey 3 a. Halm la. Tones a. Phiillips a. Murphy r of. Maxwell . Totals. 38 Quot to 2 of. C u j t. R lib 2 \ 0 i 1 1 0 0 1� 1 1 1 i a 0 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 u i 0 0 u 1 0 2 1 1 4 Ispell al to the Sentinel Pic infield ind., july 13 a the Republican nominating convention for the seventh congressional District held Here this after noon was quite largely attended considering the weather. The Manon county delegation headed by colonel Holloway general Knofler major Gordon and Fred Baggs arrived Here by a special car shortly be. Fore 2 o clock. The convention was held in the Quaker Church Grove and was called to order by judge sol. Blair chairman of the state Central committee. An organization a effected by the election of the Hon. Delano a. Williamson f Greencastle As permanent chairman j. N. Scarce of Danville Secretary and vice presidents and assistant secretaries from the various counties. On taking the chair or. Williamson made a few remarks by Way of waking up the convention. xomln.\ted. Major Gordon then proposed the Hon. John Hanna As the candidate for Congress. He was nominated by acclamation amid whoops and yells and stepping Forward to return his thanks bellowed like the Bull of Bashan. Speeches were also made by major Gordon l. D. Campbell John v. Hadley and others extolling Hanna and the Stal then the convention adjourned. A visit to the school. The Marion county people left for Home shortly before 0 o clock and in the meanwhile sheriff Presley major Gordon Captain w. H. Hay and other. Visited the House of Refuge under the escort of Lewis Jordan e i., one of the Board of managers. S a me of the athletic members of the Narty in a game of base Ball with the boys one of the Quot Ian lilies Quot of the school entertained the visitors with songs Willie Victor an inmate from this City manifesting a remarkably Sweet voice. Maljor Gordon charts a. Walker the editor of the journal Captain w. H. Hav and others addressed the boys. Captain Hay s remarks were very felicitous. Aud greatly pleased the boys. All the visitors spoke in Praise of the management. Slave mer lot hit 120 and 122 South having Purchase a Fromi other Spring a warrant wheels As lol lasts. Allot he cles and Road repaired on Short Soh Weigele amp 424 a 426 e. Washing Indian apol Palace refrigerator. Nos. 61 and 63 West Street. Bri Izil bitters ii Beds. Spurt a who ba9 been Glidewell s at Foug Hout the Case read a part of off errors on the Appeal to the sure. When judge Purkins asked him Tidence rotifer red to the matter of in pm such a was As to have it in the a it a thought that it did not except exceptions taken to the ruling of Eaid that he would take the Lineys could hand in their thle e arc coming Quot is what of Honor say As they Sion from this City to August 1, 1878, to dependent daughters of ise of celebrating the i the fare for the round there will also be excur-11 Versailles Shelbyville Tucky. They also expect of pleasure in that City Louisville will spare no everything pleasant on that in ii Aubi ii Usa creditably informed that this will nil Cluny be caned he Bonanzi of the season. Quot Solil the fort of the Independent intend to run a Louisville i Gether with t Honor for the grand Annive trip will be $ Sion trains re and Stanford to spend three As the Peop pain 4 to m occasion. Bethel literary and mite society had quite interest a meeting on tuesday night Quot Quot f select Reading by or. George w. Who read an excellent piece of Reading entitled Quot Mortinie and 883,&Quot was Psi scially noted. After Little miss Ida b. . Of b Oom ton ind., who by the Way is Only Eilt Vears old Sang Quot old Black Joe Quot which in View of the fact of the Little charmer s size and age brought the House Down with enthusiastic cheers. After this the society 1 adjourned to meet again next tuesday one week. The Hon. J. S. Hinton is the recipient of a letter from the Hon. H. H. Thomas of Law Renic Kansas in which is enclosed a description j Liat. The Hon. H. H. R. Has had in regard to minister Row .iaiiqspeldab-1. Iava to iii cd a adore Riley. 1 a. Campbell 2 a. Landers 1. Of. Ii Arber in. Bus a. 3 a. Katin r. I. It Mley a. Lowe s. A. Garber a. Totals a 5 a 5 a 1 to i of r k u i 1 s 1 1 1 la i 8 0 2 0 1 1 0 y 0 1 0 1 a a a to pm Cal i Otto Etc. No wonder the world is sour lor the daily capacity of Prussing s vinegar works is barrels kor tie Young the aged and the infirm Sanford s Jamaica Ginger. pm Cal i Otto Etc. No wonder the world is sour lor the daily capacity of Prussing s vinegar works is barrels kor tie Young the aged and the infirm Sanford s Jamaica Ginger. of tub a of. Tto Andje iii Wand Quot my a who ius orders. Conto a no alcohol a do Flever. Sold by Raj bitters company. Proprietor incl Anapolle ind gifts. Soda Light healthy nutritious and palatable. No Tea table Complete without 1 innings quicksteps0 1 a Lindsi a 0 us Milkau Fps of to judge Fig some time us part a Talent ire.,first base on errors Quickstep 4 keds 1. Passed balls Remley 3. ,. A a time of Jauie-2 hours and 20 minutes. B4ueson called irks pm strikes called Oil Jones o0otl Barber .>0. The Kus where. Chicago july 13 a Chicago London ont., july 13�?tecumsehs, 1 Manchester 0. Cleveland Ohio. July 13.�?forest cites 3 stars 0 11 innings. Win close. The hardware dealers comprising the Fol lowing firms deem it to their own interests and to the interests of their their Olares of business at 0 30 o clock p. Saturdays excepted and have signed an agreement to that effect to be in Force on and after this Date Vajen. New amp co., Clemens Vonnegut g. A. Martin co., Hildebrand it Fugate c. E. Amp t. W. Tot Tatge d. J. Stiles j. Caylor. Empire Netlon stables. Nos. From 62 to 74 West Market Street. Auction Sale of horses buggies wagons Etc., every Day. New and second Han buggies wagons Etc., always on hand Aid for Sale cheap at private Sale. If you have a horse Wagon or Carriage you want to sell leave it with us. All kinds of horses to sell at private Sale. Remember we sell at auction every morning at 10 o clock a. M. Empire auction Aud commission stables nos. From �2 to 74 West Market Street near Illinois Street. Remember we guarantee every horse to the purchaser just As represented or no Sale. Pelieu Black auctioneer. Of for Low rate to st. Louis and All Points in Missouri Texas Kansas and Colorado apply to j. S. Lazarus general Eastern agent Indianapolis and st. Louis Railroad 134 South Illinois Street. Bryce s butter crackers 1 the Best diet for warm weather for 25 cents. A manufactured at Broft c Quot. A. Liv a a m.\. A a tvs a i s steam bakery 14 and 16 e. South Street. 9 tis the Best your grocer for it. Ask a to. Gr4? sacred concert Beissenherz orchestra at Crone s City Garden on sunday evening july 14, 1878. Í6 As Good As an imported Quot is Victory Quot regular 10 cent Cigar for 5 cents. _ Perry s for Quot 14-3 ii phe Only scent Cisar i Ever smok 1 that was Worth having Quot said or. B. About Quot Perry s Quot give me a Dollar s 5 East Washington Street. 14-3 t or al ack Dabbler with the jabbering Mother in err of for a report i a pref in is preparing want. Ins in the custody of the 1er orders. The estimates. Ion of the members of the talk about expenses. Ithe Board of aldermen and convention last evening to it images. Owing to the ener f the weather but 21 of the 35 present four aldermen and men being absent st of lighting the City was first de various suggestions being offered. Members wished to Cut off 1,000 s others wished to have the same Gas Yas now at a reduced Price while suggested a schedule of 2,200 hours ill a lamps lighted for that time. Invention finally adopted a Resolution for opiate but $55,000 for lights leaving it Smittee and the company to tight it Marsee said the question of the it of the City could never to definitely until the supreme court had once on it and the sooner that was done or for uie Day. Lution to limit the expenses for fire alluding the fire department Cater works was debated at said expenses could not be the estimate without reduce Crof engines. Said the proposition Conte three engines out of service. Was directed to Telegraph my 500 feet of Hose so that a st works could be made after ent action could be taken ion adjourned to meet on the Yor. Of a Irmi oar. Ites on North Illinois driven by Pat Owens Street yesterday afternoon his fare in the Box and posse Ger who had Given ipod ii saying that it was the bling in politics which is very much App re dated by the Hon. J. S. H. In View of the fact that the coloured ministers of this City have taken such an Active part in seeing to it that none other except he be a minister should or could be nominated on the state legislative ticket. Hence his Hinton s an j others defeat. Or. Hinton says that he wishes that it was possible for every minister throughout the length and breadth of the land to read it. Just to show that governor Wade Hampton has not forgotten what he said two years ago during the contest for the governorship of South Carolinas said in a speech which he Hampton made to some Confederate soldiers tie other Day said that All the pledges made two years ago by him to the coloured people must be carried out the Indianapolis journal which is in the habit of throwing cold water upon everything said in Honor of the coloured people by anybody else except itself and what it says in defense of the coloured people is precious Little in shaking of what Hampton said was pleased to utter the following Quot this May be held to include the right to vote As they please at the fall election but let us wait and see. The state House. Chloride of Methyl acts Well As a freezing a ent. The apparatus used with it consists of Quot a double walled cylindrical vessel jacketed with Cork or other Good non conductor. In the Central part of the Cylinder alcohol or ovens other Union Gable fluid is poured. Be then a Waal Ulie Chloride is introduced wound the festoon of his tall. And treated the Dicka Dong s my Law a a to a Oblet of cold Quot Elneer ale 14-3 Washington Street. \dml88lon�?gents, 15 cents ladies 10 cents doors open at 7? concert Begina at 8 00 . Jacob Crohw s i grow oit to a Rebh open to night. Newly but with new furnishing and scenery full fire Nert s concert Ani it Alsi As. A Quot a Llyn druggist opposite Cooling soda. _ Post office has 14-3 e iter than a key West Quot is Quot Perry s Victory Quot do East Washington Street. 143 by Means of a Stop cock Narf it ii Ute Jhing Whei Quot sighed the Quot Jub Jub reduction of the Frt into ebullition and causes a temperature of the alcohol to 30 tial vacuum is formed a still lower ture is obtained. Mercury can Crystal Cpd in this Way. Sportino events. If a Parte m Pera be easily Salii Nelile or. Car Marfin Mansilp a a a Little de Slob Cono Elliis Feona. The state House commissioners held a very important meeting yesterday at which the qualities of the different specimens of Stone thus far secured by them an4 that they have seen in their extended trav is during the Pat six months were fully discussed. It was found that the Stone in several counties in this state is equal if not Superior in Quality to and out of the state that thus it will be 25 per cent lower than other Stone and As the Board believes in patronizing Home Industry it was decided that All Stone used in the construction of the state House should be from Indiana quarries. As the sentiment of the commissioners the following preamble and resolutions were passed whereas. By the Law creating this Board it has been the duty of the comm Woneis far As it is just and i to Cable with due regard to the material interest of the state. give preference to Indiana mater entering into the construction of the new state House and of sect the far. The fare several time Quot whereas i to place u in Tea theimin�aoe<aalwui4st<umojleary beaten by ver h wonderful san Laius match. Chica to july 13 a Tufie walking match in which Daniel o Leary challenged Schmehl to walk 250 Miles while he walked 275, came to a Cofre this evening. Some Mhz won haying completed the 250 Miles at 9 50. While o Leary did not finish his 275 Miles until York july 13.-dr. A. F. Carver today broke 5.500 Glas balls in eight hours and nine and one Balf minutes. He need at 6,154 balls. After breaking 3,000 balls the doctor rested thirty two minutes. Watertown n. Y., july 13.�?courtney to Ilay met Hanlon s representatives at Cape Vincent and a match was arranged tween these scullers the stakes to be $5,000, the distance five Miles place and time not fixed. St. John n. July 13.�?hanlon while practising in his boat the Quot colonel Sha to Dav struck a Rock damaging his boat considerably though she May be move Meata. Boston july 13.�?arrived Hindoo from Hull. New York july 13 a arrived steamship Spain from Liverpool. Mox Tkv a al july 13.�?arrived steamship polynesian from Liverpool. Lonnon july 13. A steamships Peliere from new York and bulgarian from Boston have arrived out. New York july 13.-arrived steamships Germania from Liverpool Cornwall from Bristol Vader land from Antwerp be National Camp Heel is. St. Paul minn., july 12.-the thirty fifth National Camp meeting is in session at Clear Lake Iowa. One Hundred ministers of various denominations Are present and a Large number of Lay attendants and sex cur Quot fris Powk pro Acileda Post Ifill Fenton big. Zilaro Hall. 66 East Washington st. Quot he finest furnishings of any similar Stab a Lish ment in the City. Art Elb Bibion of the through a Hole in there Psi has Hutu _ during Veather like this it is music to hear the soda fount s . Quot Best and coolest Quot in the City. Perry a �0 East Washiington Street. 14-3 ind Kril m ass Ogiamien by and evening. Fletcher amp pc Block a a Mussio n. 9s cen to. Personal a respectable Young girl May find a very pleasant Home 8 Miles irom the City. Three adults in fam ily ought work. State where an interview can be had next wednesday by addressing Quot surgeon Quot this office. Person air you Are invited to Call at 50 East Washington Street and Sample Perry s Victory Quot a regular 10 cent Cigar lor 5 cents. For rent a or rent at 94 North Meridian Street i an unfurnished room Wash room attached with privilege of Bath without extra charge. 11-3 Quot al anted smoke Perry s u-3 those persons desiring to Purchase wedding presents will find that our Seelal offers in solid Silver and Silver plated Ware Are unequalled. Call and see them. Bingham f Alk amp Hayiff u Silt knot. A ion of the meet clock. Kaasko aim a now. Sinker Davis amp co manufacturers olt i stationary and portable steam engines boilers and Sheet Iron work. \ Complete Ilon ring Mills pulleys shafting and hangers. Repairing promptly attended to. 101 to 149 South Penn. St Init. Rheumatism dropsy Abu Hoh Kudo by and liter disease All kinds of climatic fever skin and or tale diseases Are in ref care by taking turkish Baths Occam Sivay Milam Batlin Palace. Base by it i Why go tx3 a hot when you can get the same Benefit in this City All the diseases treated there a re cured Here such As rheumatism neuralgia Dys Clapp amp jul terr 38 Sontak Illinois Street dealers in All kinds of base Ball goods Duba furnished Utas Good rates As any House in uie country can give. Ulous cures. Venereal diseases the Only Radical cure. Warranted. These diseases a treated by the use of Baths Turko Rumba electro Thermal vapor and All other Bath i Ili Iov u rooiis�?15 and 16 Circle Halu o. W Bis Rine m. D. N. B. Hair grown on Bald Heads and warranted. Hundreds can testify to the fact. De.a60rn in snoes annl Boguist and Aurist Qatar Ali to croat heart a Kraal disc my toy Amielan. 19 years devoted exclusively to an off of notice whose wonderful cures Are kno throughout the United states now located at 215 w. Fourth st., Cincinnati 0. The treatment can be pursued by the patients at their Homes without inconvenient and those who can not Call can consult or. Aborn by letter. Send address and receive pamphlets. _ Hunter s rotary plonk amp meal sifter mixer weigher scoop. Measure Rice Washer a starch a Felt Strainer. The own. Jow Era in Chick Branna or cigars and tobacco. Beikle Luff Boom Fortl a papers from All league cities. Alao sport los papers. Reduction. Best Imperial Tea 80o per la. 2d goal it 50c per la. 3d Quality 40o per la Charles Wilso irs i3nortli Pennsylvania Street s Block. 6band excursion to Niagara Falls via the Wabash and Canada Southern railroads july 16,1878, under the auspices of the California Street m. R Church. Fare from Indiana Olts to Peru Ana return, fare from Peru to Niagara Falla and return �7.50 tickets Good for return passage till july 28. Hotel accommodations from tl.50 to 52.50 per Day. Privilege Given on re up. Trip to Stop at Toledo and make a visit to Putin Bay on the elegant Steamer chief Justice a flite at an additional Cost of Only 11. J excursion lists jul leave India Napolet Foi Peru arriving morning. For farther 825 West Michigan san incl Anapol Walte at an additional Cost i the excursion lists will leave Indianapol pm at 12 25 p. A july 1� Peru at 6-.m ., Nung at Niangua Kalis 7 80 the four wins tickets sold on the train. A i l

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